Non Pharmacological Therapy in Case Study Obstacles to Physical Mobility Post Sectio Caesaria

Sri, Wahyuningsih and Nurul, Hayati and Hesti Adi, Safitri (2021) Non Pharmacological Therapy in Case Study Obstacles to Physical Mobility Post Sectio Caesaria. Nursing and Health Sciences Journal, 1 (3): 8. pp. 219-222. ISSN 2798-5059

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surgery, early mobilization can support the patient's wound healing process because moving the limbs will prevent the stiffness of muscles and joints, reducing pain and can accelerate blood circulation to parts that have injuries that wound healing processes become faster. This study was to explore nursing care in postoperative Sectio
Caesarea with problems with physical mobility barriers through lavender aromatherapy in the Teratai Room RSUD dr. Hayato Lumajang. Qualitative descriptively through case
studies. The population in this study was postoperative mothers with Sectio Caesarea in the Lotus Room at RSUD Dr. Haryoto, Lumajang Regency, with a total of 10 patients
in June 2020. The use of aromatherapy dripped onto an oxygen mask for 3 minutes, after 3 hours of analgesic administration. Both the inhalation method with an oxygen
mask and directly inhaled prove that lavender essential oil aromatherapy can reduce the pain scale of post-section Caesarea. This research is expected with this case study report to increase knowledge and insight in applying to patients and patients families about postoperative Sectio Caesarea in the implementation of early mobilization, as well as innovations in giving lavender aromatherapy, can also be done to post Sectio Caesarea patients. And it can be used as a new experience and information to reduce pain with aromatherapy.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: lavender aromatherapy, physical mobility, sectio caesarea, wound healing, postoperative Sectio Caesarea, pain scale
Subjects: Medicine & Biology > Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, & Rehabilitation
Medicine & Biology > Surgery
Depositing User: - Elfrida Meryance Saragih
Date Deposited: 26 Sep 2023 03:58
Last Modified: 26 Sep 2023 03:58

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