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The College of Nursing discusses a Master Thesis on (The Effect of Informative Perceptual Program on Patient Anxiety Level before Cardiac Catheterization)

At the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Kufa, the Master of Science (Cognitive-Informative Cognitive Program on the level of anxiety patients before the cardiac catheterization) was discussed by the student Wud lefttha Maseer.The researcher stated that coronary heart disease is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide Individuals with known coronary artery disease often exhibit symptoms of depression and anxiety, which are associated with poor development of the disease. Cardiac catheterization is a diagnostic and therapeutic process that allows a thorough examination of the heart and surrounding blood vessels.

The possibility of cardiac catheterization can be stressful because the procedure may lead to a definitive diagnosis of coronary heart disease. The high anxiety you experienced before heart catheterization may adversely affect the course of the procedure and show the increased need for anxiolytic medications during the procedure.

The possibility of cardiac catheterization can be stressful because the procedure may lead to a definitive diagnosis of coronary heart disease. The high anxiety you experienced before heart catheterization may adversely affect the course of the procedure and show the increased need for anxiolytic medications during the procedure.

The results of the study indicated an improvement in patients’ anxiety level before cardiac catheterization.

The study concluded that the sensory information program is an effective tool in improving anxiety levels in patients before cardiac catheterization. This conclusion is confirmed by statistical methods that show that there has been a significant reduction in anxiety levels after program implementation.

The study recommends further studies among patients with another chronic disease to use the perceptual information program to reduce anxiety levels. The Ministry of Health should use this study as a guideline in making plans on how to reduce anxiety levels among patients undergoing cardiac catheterization.

  The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research should encourage faculties of nursing students and trainees to use this study as a database to conduct other relevant studies in the future.

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