Effect of Head Elevation of 30 Degrees on Oxygen Saturation and Sleep Quality in Stroke Patients

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Title Effect of Head Elevation of 30 Degrees on Oxygen Saturation and Sleep Quality in Stroke Patients
Pengaruh Elevasi Kepala 30 Derajat terhadap Saturasi Oksigen dan Kualitas Tidur Pasien Strok
 
Creator Pertami, Sumirah Budi
Munawaroh, Siti
Dwi Rosmala, Ni Wayan
 
Subject Head up 30 position
Oxygen saturation
Sleep quality
Stroke
Elevasi kepala 30 derajat
Kualitas tidur
Saturasi oksigen
Stroke
 
Description Stroke is a cerebral injury or brain attack that occurs due to a lack of blood flow and oxygen to the brain associated with obstruction of blood flow to the brain or rupture of cerebral blood vessels so that the disruption of oxygen flow to the brain causes hypoxia and the patient experiences sleep quality disturbances. The aim of this study was to ascertain the effect of the head on the 30o position on oxygen saturation and sleep quality in stroke patients in Dr. hospital. Soedarsono, Pasuruan. The study design was quasi experimental with Nonequivalent control group. The population was 34 patients with stroke from 14 January-9 February 2019, the sample was used consecutive sampling. The results on the Mann-Whitney test obtained values ??of P = 0.000 (P <0.05) and P = 0.001 (P <0.05), which means that there is an effect of giving the head a position of 30o in the treatment group and the control group that was not given intervention to improve. oxygen saturation values ??and sleep quality in stroke patients. Based on the results of this study, it is expected to add 30 º Head up position therapy in nursing services to increase oxygen saturation and sleep quality of stroke patients.
Stroke adalah cedera serebral atau serangan otak yang terjadi karena kurangnya aliran darah dan oksigen ke otak yang terkait dengan obstruksi aliran darah ke otak atau pecahnya pembuluh darah serebral sehingga gangguan aliran oksigen ke otak menyebabkan hipokxia dan penderita mengalami gangguan kualitas tidur. Tujuan kajian ini adalah memastikan efek kepala atas posisi 30o terhadap saturasi oksigen dan kualitas tidur pada pasien stroke di rumah sakit Dr. Soedarsono, Pasuruan. Desain studi ini quasi eksperimental dengan kelompok kontrol Nonequivalent. Populasi adalah pasien dengan stroke pada 14 Januari-9 Februari 2019 jumlah 34 pasien, sampel digunakan sampling berturut-turut. Hasil pada tes Mann-Whitney memperoleh nilai P = 0,000 (P < 0,05) dan P = 0,001 (P < 0,05) yang berarti bahwa ada efek memberi kepala posisi 30o dalam kelompok pengobatan dan kelompok kontrol yang tidak diberikan intervensi untuk meningkatkan nilai saturasi oksigen dan kualitas tidur pada pasien stroke. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian ini diharapkan dapat menambahkan terapi posisi Head up 30 º dalam pelayanan keperawatan untuk meningkatkan saturasi oksigen dan kualitas tidur stroke pasien.
 
Publisher Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari
 
Date 2019-12-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-Reviewed Article
Artikel Reviu Komunitas
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://myjurnal.poltekkes-kdi.ac.id/index.php/HIJP/article/view/133
10.36990/hijp.v11i2.133
 
Source Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian; Vol. 11 No. 2 (2019): Juli-Desember; 134-145
Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian; Vol 11 No 2 (2019): Juli-Desember; 134-145
2622-5905
2085-0840
10.36990/hijp.v11i2
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://myjurnal.poltekkes-kdi.ac.id/index.php/HIJP/article/view/133/85
 
Rights Hak Cipta (c) 2019 Sumirah Budi Pertami, Siti Munawaroh, Ni Wayan Dwi Rosmala
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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