Clinical Trial

Anxiety Reduction During Office Medicine Using Aromatherapy

Study Description

Anxiety Reduction During Office Procedural Medicine Using Aromatherapy

This goal of this study is to assess whether lavender aromatherapy during gynecologic and urogynecologic outpatient procedures is associated with a decrease in patient anxiety levels. Based on similar interventions in other specialties of medicine, the investigators hypothesize that patients exposed to lavender aromatherapy during their procedure will have less anxiety than those who are not exposed to lavender aromatherapy.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Lavender Aromatherapy

Participants in the experimental group will be passively exposed to lavender essential oil

Placebo Aromatherapy

Participants in the control group will be passively exposed to saline water aromatherapy

Additional Information

Official Study Title

AROMA Study: Anxiety Reduction During Office Procedural Medicine Using Aromatherapy

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04260399

ParticipAid ID

en5LDd