PENGARUH ACUPRESSURE PADA TITIK HOKU TERHADAP INTENSITAS NYERI PERSALINAN KALA 1 DIRS.TELOGOREJO SEMARANG

Diffa Risqa Arisdiani, G2A214060 (2016) PENGARUH ACUPRESSURE PADA TITIK HOKU TERHADAP INTENSITAS NYERI PERSALINAN KALA 1 DIRS.TELOGOREJO SEMARANG. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang.

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Abstract

Childbirth is a natural process that will be passed by every pregnant woman, where the products of conception occurs expenditure in the form of a baby and the placenta from the mother's womb. Labor is generally accompanied by pain due to uterine contractions. Labor pain that is unbearable encourage birth mothers looking for some alternatives to treat pain, including use of pain medications such as analgesics and sedatives, these drugs can give adverse side effects include fetal hypoxia, the risk of respiratory depression neonates, decreased heart rate and increased as well as the mother's body temperature can cause changes in the fetus. Acupressure is one of the most effective non pharmacological techniques in the management of labor pain. This study aimed to identify the effect of acupressure at Hoku point to the first stage of labor pain intensity research design with one group pretest posttest. This study was conducted in March 2016 with a sample of 16 respondents using accidental sampling technique. Bivariate test results using Wilcoxon shows that the p value of 0.000. P values <0.05 so that Ho refused. This means that there is the effect of acupressure at Hoku point to the intensity of labor pain when I. Recommendations from this study were nurses can choose an acupressure intervention in Hoku point to the intensity of labor pain when I. Keywords : accupressure , pain intensity , Hoku point

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: Faculty of Nursing and Health > S1 Nursing
Depositing User: Users 1 not found.
Date Deposited: 03 Nov 2016 04:21
Last Modified: 20 Dec 2017 04:18
URI: http://repository.unimus.ac.id/id/eprint/63

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