EFEKTIFITAS TEKNIK RELAKSASI GENGGAM JARI TERHADAP PENURUNAN KECEMASAN PADA IBU BERSALIN KALA 1 FASE LATEN

  • ritna udiyani

Abstract

Anxiety in labor causes excessive release of the catecholamine hormone resulting in a decrease in uterine contractions that allows the emergence of prolonged labor. So the need for non-pharmacological management of hand-held relaxation, because grasping a finger accompanied by regulating breathing can reduce anxiety. The purpose of this study was to find out the differences in finger-held relaxation between health workers and family. The research method uses a quantitative Quasi experimental design with Time series design, the sample used was 20 latent phase maternity mothers in which the implementers of hand-held therapy were health workers and families, consecutive sampling technique. The instruments used were ZSAS questionnaire and SOP. Bivariate analysis used Wilcoxon, Man Whitney, and Kruskal Wallis test and Cohen's effect size d.. The results showed that on average before relaxation of finger grips by health workers and families most of the mothers experienced severe anxiety, then after the relaxation of the first finger hand held mothers still remained mostly worried, but on average after relaxation of finger grips the second & third almost all maternal women decrease to moderate anxiety. Wilcoxon, man whitney, and kruskal wallis analysis test results obtained p-value (<0.05) and Cohen's effect size value d 0.8 which means h0 is rejected and h1 is accepted. The conclusion is the effectiveness of reducing anxiety between hand-held relaxation performed by health workers and family. It is recommended for health workers to be able to apply and teach families to apply hand-held relaxation to reduce anxiety in mothers during the latent phase of labor

Published
2020-01-10
How to Cite
UDIYANI, ritna. EFEKTIFITAS TEKNIK RELAKSASI GENGGAM JARI TERHADAP PENURUNAN KECEMASAN PADA IBU BERSALIN KALA 1 FASE LATEN. Jurnal Kesehatan STIKES Darul Azhar Batulicin, [S.l.], v. 9, n. 1, jan. 2020. ISSN 2581-0596. Available at: <http://jurnal-kesehatan.id/index.php/JDAB/article/view/178>. Date accessed: 12 aug. 2020.