FEATURESEffect of Music on Fatigue, Comfort, and Vital Signs in Patients After Liver Transplant Surgery A Randomized Controlled TrialDemir, Bilsev PhD; Kapιkιran, Gürkan PhD; Özkan, Meral PhDAuthor Information Surgical Nursing, Vocational High School of Health Care, Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey (Dr Demir); Surgical Diseases Nursing, Institute of Health Sciences, Inonu University, Malatya, Turkey (Dr Kapιkιran); and Department of Surgical Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Inonu University, Malatya, Turkey (Dr Özkan). Dr Demir is now with the Department of Surgical Nursing, Malatya Turgut Özal University, Malatya, Turkey and Dr Kapιkιran is now with the Department of Surgical Nursing, Bingöl University, Bingöl, Turkey. Correspondence: Bilsev Demir, PhD, Department of Surgical Nursing, Malatya Turgut Özal University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Campus 44210, Malatya, Turkey ([email protected].com). The authors have disclosed that they have no significant relationships with, or financial interest in, any commercial companies pertaining to this article. Holistic Nursing Practice: May/June 2021 - Volume 35 - Issue 3 - p 150-157 doi: 10.1097/HNP.0000000000000444 Buy Metrics Abstract This randomized controlled clinical trial was conducted to determine the effect of music therapy on fatigue, comfort and vital signs of the liver transplant patients. The study sample comprised 120 adult patients (60 in the experimental and 60 in the control group) who met the inclusion criteria and agreed to participate in the study. In the experimental group, the researcher performed music therapy. After applying music therapy once to patients for 30 minutes, their fatigue, comfort, and vital signs were evaluated. No treatment was performed in the control group. According to music therapy follow-ups after liver transplantation, mean scores of fatigue levels were lower, comfort levels were higher, and vital signs were normal, with a statistical significance in the experimental group compared with the control group in all measurements before and after music therapy (P < .001). The study should be repeated using different parameters. © 2021 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.