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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Research Fields in Detail

Gynecology

Menstruation Cycle

Vacuum Aspiration

Vacuum Aspiration

Vacuum Aspiration

OPH Syndrome

Operation

OPH-Syndrome

Kariopicnotic Index

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Risk Characteristics

Hormone Status

Fetal Heart Activity

Somatic Disorders

Calming of the Fetus

Immune Status

Faster Recovery

Faster Recovery

States of Mind

States of Mind

Anxiety

Contractions

Cortisol

Stress

Anodyne Drugs

Headaches

Headache Attacks

Sleep

OPH Syndrome

Sleep

Sleep Disorders

Reduction of Pain

Stress

Cortisol

 

 






Increased Strength and a More Harmonic Rhythm of Uterine Contractions
One of the feared complications during labor is insufficient strength in uterine contractions.

In this study three groups of women with an initial uterine inactivity were investigated:
one group (11 women) was treated with re­lax­ing Medical Resonance Therapy Music®, a con­trol group A (11 women) listened to music of Mozart – Symphony No. 28 and Coronation Mass – and a control group B (11 women) did not listen to any music at all.

The music treatment was started in the first phase of labor. Strength and rhythm of uter­ine contractions were measured three times for about 10 minutes: shortly before listening to the music, in the middle of the one hour music treatment and shortly after finishing the treatment.


Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

Significant changes could only be docu­mented in this group: the initial weak con­trac­tions of the uterus increased in strength by 60% on average and got more harmonious in rhythm.
Control Group A and B


No significant changes in strength and rhythm of uterine contractions were found.






 

Investigators:

Prof. Dr. med. A. Reznikov
Prof. Dr. med. S. Leush
Dr. med. V. Reznikov




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