Randomized controlled trial in advance stage breast cancer patients for the effectiveness on stress marker and pain through Sudarshan Kriya and Pranayam

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Kumar, Neeta; Bhatnagar, Sushma; Velpandian, T; Patnaik, Santosh; Menon, Geetha; Mehta, Manju; Kashyap, Komal; Singh, Vishwajeet; Surajpal,;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Medknow Publications
  • Journal: Indian Journal of Palliative Care, volume 19, issue 3, pages 180-185 (issn: 0973-1075, eissn: 1998-3735)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC3853397, doi: 10.4103/0973-1075.121537
  • Subject: Treatment | Levels of evidence | Chronic renal failure | Disease reporting | Yoga | Non-compliance | India | World Health Organization STEPwise approach | Journal analysis | Original Article | Hemodialysis patients | Evidence analysis | Pranayam | Hybrid regimen | Stress | Cardiovascular disease | Pain | Psychosocial stress | R5-920 | Emergency department | Chronic disease model | Data collection | Cervical cancer | Psychiatric morbidity | Evidence hierarchy | Functional status | Pain perception | Medicine (General) | Radiotherapy | Cancer | Risk factor surveillance | Depression | Sudarshan kriya | Induction chemotherapy | Socio-demographic factors | Radioresistance | Evidence-based palliative care

Objective: The objective of this study is to examine the effect of a cognitive, behavioral stress management module of Sudarshan Kriya (SK) and P on levels of serum cortisol and pain among the women suffering from advanced stage breast cancer. Materials and Methods:... View more
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