PIJAT KOMBINASI ENDORFIN OKSITOSIN MEMPENGARUHI PRODUKSI ASI PADA IBU POST OPERASI SECTIO CAESAREA

MMJ (Mahakam Midwifery Journal)

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Title PIJAT KOMBINASI ENDORFIN OKSITOSIN MEMPENGARUHI PRODUKSI ASI PADA IBU POST OPERASI SECTIO CAESAREA
PIJAT KOMBINASI ENDORFIN OKSITOSIN MEMPENGARUHI PRODUKSI ASI PADA IBU POST OPERASI SECTIO CAESAREA
 
Creator Syukur, Nursari Abdul
Wahyutri, Endah
Putri, Erma
 
Description Latar Belakang : Pengeluaran ASI merupakan suatu  interaksi yang sangat kompleks antara mekanik, syaraf, dan hormon. Penurunan dan produksi pengeluaran ASI pada hari pertama setelah melahirkan dapat disebabkan oleh kurangnya rangsangan hormon  prolaktin dan oksitosin. Proses operasi section caesarea tidak memungkan ibu untuk dapat menyusui bayinya lebih fleksibel, maka ibu harus dapat dukungan tenaga kesehatan secara menyeluruh tentang proses laktasi.
Tujuan penelitian : mengetahui perbedaan pengaruh pijat endorfin, oksitosin dan kombinasi terhadap produksi ASI pada Ibu Post operasi section caesarea.
Desain penelitian : desain quasi eksperimen jenis post test only non equivalent control group design. Populasi dalam penelitian ini semua ibu post operasi section caesarea, sampelnya 10 orang untuk setiap kelompok.  Kelompok 1 : pijat endorfin, kelompok 2 (Kontrol) :  pijat oksitosin, dan kelompok 3 : pijat kombinasi.
Hasil penelitian : Pijatan kombinasi adalah metode terbaik untuk menghasilkan jumlah ASI yang terbanyak  karena nilai Sig paling besar yaitu (1,000) dimana tingkat signifikan < 0,05. Maka H0 penelitian ini diterima artinya terdapat perbedaan signifikan antara produksi ASI dari pijatan kombinasi dibandingkan dengan ke dua pijatan dilakukan secara terpisah.
Kesimpulan : Bidan dapat mengembangkan tindakan mandiri non farmakologis untuk membantu meningkatkan produksi ASI
Background: Breast milk spending is a very complex interaction between mechanics, nerves, and hormons. The decrease and production of breast milk production in the first days after delivery can be caused by a lack of stimulation of prolactin and oxytocin hormons. Caesarea section does not allow the mother to breastfeed her infant more flexibly, with adaptation to the pain, so she should be able to support the health worker thoroughly about the lactation process.
Purpose: to know the difference of endorphin, oxytocin and combination effect on breast milk production in Postoperative section of caesarea section. Research design: quasi experimental design type post test only non equivalent control group design. The population in this study were all postoperative mothers caesarea section, 10 samples for each treatment. Group 1 : endorphin massage, group 2 (control) : the oxytocin massage, and group 3 : the combine massage.
Results: Combination massage is the best method to produce the highest amount of ASI because the largest Sig p value is (1,000) where the level is significant <0.05. So H0 this study was rejected means that there is a significant difference between the production of breast milk from the combination massage compared with the two massage done separately.
Conclusion: It is expected during childbirth the midwife can develop and implement independent non-pharmacological midwife actions to help increase milk production
 
Publisher Politeknik Kesehatan Kementerian Kesehatan Kalimantan Timur
 
Date 2020-06-09
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ejournalbidan.poltekkes-kaltim.ac.id/ojs/index.php/midwifery/article/view/138
10.35963/midwifery.v5i1.138
 
Source MMJ (Mahakam Midwifery Journal); Vol 5 No 1 (2020): Volume 5 No. 1 Mei 2020; 51 - 63
2548-5229
2548-5210
10.35963/midwifery.v5i1
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://ejournalbidan.poltekkes-kaltim.ac.id/ojs/index.php/midwifery/article/view/138/88
 
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