STUDI DESKRIPTIF HEMODINAMIKA PADA PASIEN DIARE ANAK DENGAN DEHIDRASI DI RSI MUHAMMADIYAH KENDAL

Ardyani, Diyah, G2A216107 (2018) STUDI DESKRIPTIF HEMODINAMIKA PADA PASIEN DIARE ANAK DENGAN DEHIDRASI DI RSI MUHAMMADIYAH KENDAL. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang.

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Abstract

Background: Diarrhea often attacks children and infants, if not addressed further then it will lead to dehydration resulting in death. The cause of death from diarrhea is diarrhea with severe dehydration with shock. Patients with hopovolemic shock can be seen from the hemodynamic status often found to decrease blood pressure, pulse, respiration and saturation. Aim: Describe hemodynamics in diarrhea with dehydration. Methods: Type of descriptive research using retrospective approach. The sample was 60 respondents. Results: Most respondents were 1-3 years old as many as 26 children (43.3%), male gender as much as 32 respondents (53.3%), persistent diarrhea of 40 respondents (66.7%). For the degree of dehydration was as many as 36 respondents (60.0%). temperature of 10 respondents (16,7%), respondent's nad as much as 35 respondents (58,3%), respiration rate as much as 10 respondents (16,7%) experiencing tachypnea. normal saturation 95-100% with persistent and acute diarrhea. Conclusion: Respondents who experienced persistent diarrhea were 40 respondents (66.7%). Suggestion: It is expected that nurses will improve the quality of health services especially in dealing with diarrhea patients with mild, moderate and severe dehydration Keywords: Hemodynamics, Diarrhea, Dehydration References: 2007- 2017

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Call Number: 045/ S1 Kep/VI/2018
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: Faculty of Nursing and Health > S1 Nursing
Depositing User: perpus unimus
Date Deposited: 04 Jul 2018 04:18
Last Modified: 05 Jul 2018 08:20
URI: http://repository.unimus.ac.id/id/eprint/1769

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