3.5 Ethical Consideration

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3.5 Ethical Consideration The patients who will be able be part of the inclusion criteria was asked to participate in the study. The purpose of the study, potential benefits and risks, right to confidentiality and right to withdrawal, even without explanation and retrospectively, has been explained through their mother tongue and clarification for any doubts was given through proper explanation. All participants was given a written, informed consent, and they had the chance to ask about it. In addition, they received a copy of the said consent. All records and forms was utilized only by the researchers for data purposes only. Any decisions by the patient due to inconvenience, like increased in pain, experienced from our study was respected. Confidentiality and anonymity was strictly observed by utilizing number allocations for each subject. Proper briefing, which includes: orientation to the intervention, expectations, purpose, and significance of their participation, and debriefing, which includes: thanksgiving, reassurance of confidentiality and anonymity, and providing the participants with the researcher’s contact details in case of concerns, was…show more content…
The data that will be shown will be as mean values, and standard deviations. Descriptive statistics was computed. T-tests was used to examine the two population means of each variable. One-way Repeated-measures Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was used as the statistical tool in order to analyze pain score, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, pulse rate, and respiratory rate over time between the two groups. It is a requirement if the subjects will be exposed to three, or if greater, treatment conditions and/or when multiple measures of the same dependent variables, in which are collected longitudinally, to use repeated-measures. (Polit & Beck, 2003) A statistically-significant level of 0.05 is
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