The Effectiveness of Neobil Caring Support Therapy on Changes of Serum Bilirubin Levels of Total Hyperbilirubinemia Neonates at Dustira Cimahi Hospital

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Title The Effectiveness of Neobil Caring Support Therapy on Changes of Serum Bilirubin Levels of Total Hyperbilirubinemia Neonates at Dustira Cimahi Hospital
Efektifitas Terapi Caring Support Neobil terhadap Perubahan Kadar Bilirubin Serum Total Hyperbilirubinemia pada Neonatus Di Rumah Sakit Dustira Cimahi
 
Creator Heriyanti, An'nisaa
Widiasih, Restuning
Murtiningsih
 
Subject Bilirubin
Jaundice
Neonates
Physiologic hyperbilirubinemia
Bilirubin
Hyperbilirubinemia fisiologis
Neonatus
 
Description Less breast feeding and slow treatment of light therapy can strengthen the accumulation of bilirubin in the blood. The purpose of this research is to know the effectiveness of caring therapy NEOBIL to change the value of bilirubin levels of serum hyperbilirubinemia total physiological in neonatal in Dustira Hospital, Cimahi City. The research design uses a quasi-experiment with a non-equivalent control group design pre-test post-test. Samples were taken consecutive divided into intervention groups (29 respondents) and control groups (29 respondents) following the criteria of inclusion. The research instrument used is the action observation sheet and machine tool of TMS 24i & 50i. Data is analyzed using a t-test paired and independent t-test. Results showed average levels of total serum bilirubin after intervention in the intervention group (9.17) while the control group (11.23) between the two groups was a meaningful decline (P-value 0.002). Based on the results of Caring therapy Research support NEOBIL more effectively statistically help light therapy lowers the value of total serum bilirubin.
Pemberian ASI kurang dan lambatnya perawatan terapi cahaya dapat memperberat akumulasiilirubin di dalam darah. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui efektivitas terapi caring support NEOBIL terhadap perubahan nilai kadar bilirubin serum total hyperbilirubinemia fisiologis pada neonatus di Rumah Sakit Dustira Kota Cimahi. Desain penelitian menggunakan quasi experiment dengan non-equivalent control group design pret-test post-test. Sampel diambil secara consecutive terbagi menjadi kelompok intervensi (29 responden) dan kelompok kontrol (29 responden) sesuai dengan kriteria inklusi. Instrumen penelitian yang digunakan berupa lembar observasi tindakan dan alat mesin TMS 24i & 50i. Data dianalisa menggunakan paired t-test dan independent t-test. Hasil menunjukan rata-rata kadar bilirubin serum total setelah pemberian intervensi pada kelompok intervensi (9,17) sedangkan kelompok kontrol (11,23) antara kedua kelompok terdapat penurunan yang bermakna (p-value 0,002). Berdasarkan hasil penelitian terapi caring support NEOBIL lebih efektif secara statistik membantu terapi cahaya menurunkan nilai kadar bilirubin serum total.
 
Publisher Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari
 
Date 2021-04-13
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-Reviewed Article
Artikel Reviu Komunitas
text
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://myjurnal.poltekkes-kdi.ac.id/index.php/HIJP/article/view/154
10.36990/hijp.vi.154
 
Source Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian; Vol. 12 No. 1 (2020): Januari-Juni; 30-37
Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian; Vol 12 No 1 (2020): Januari-Juni; 30-37
2622-5905
2085-0840
10.36990/hijp.v12i1
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://myjurnal.poltekkes-kdi.ac.id/index.php/HIJP/article/view/154/150
 
Rights Hak Cipta (c) 2020 An'nisaa Heriyanti, Restuning Widiasih, Murtiningsih (Author)
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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