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Bahrami Ehsan H, Amjadian M, Rostami R, Vahedi S. Designing a Religous-based Intervention Theory Based on Islamic Teachings for Anxiety, Stress, and Depression Reduction in Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Patients. JRH. 2019; 6 (2) :40-52
URL: http://jrh.mazums.ac.ir/article-1-582-en.html
2- Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology Department, Kurdistan University of Medical Sciences, Sanandaj, Iran
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This study aimed to design and prepare a kind of religious-based intervention model called "from Ghalbe Salim (pure heart) to Ghalbe Salem (healthy heart)" in order to decrease stress, anxiety, and depression in coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) patients. The CABG patients undergo a lot of stress, anxiety, and depression after bypass surgery. Various interventions, including medications and common psychological therapies, were used to decrease these disorders in patients. In this study, what seemed to be a kind of innovation was to design and prepare a religious-based intervention for treating and reducing such disorders in CABG patients. A prefound review of Islamic and Quran texts showed that an intervention model based on Ghalbe Salim (pure heart) could help these patients to overcome their stress, anxiety, and dpression and consequently have shorter convalescence periods and healthier hearts. The study was carried out by reviewing Islamic and Quran texts about Ghalbe salim that was supposed to be the prerequisite for a healthy heart. In fact, the important factors that had a role in initiation, persistence, and treatment of the disease were investigated in Islamic and Quran teachings, as well as scientific texts. Then a theoritical model called "from Ghalbe Salim to Ghalbe Salem" was proposed. Finally, a special kind of religious-based intervention was presented in order to decrease stress, anxiety, and depression for coronary artery bypass graft patients in the present study.
 
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Type of Study: Review | Subject: medical Ethics
Received: 2019/03/16 | Accepted: 2019/03/16 | Published: 2019/03/16

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