Warm Pad Reduces Anxiety, Somatic Pain, Strain Pain, Perineal Rupture and Post Partum Blood Volume in Normal Delivery (with Normal Baby Weight Range)

Authors : Dr. Jenny J. S. Sondakh, Dr. Budi Santoso, Dr. Hari Basuki Notobroto .

Volume/Issue : Volume 3 - 2018, Issue 10 - October

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Labor is the end of pregnancy, this process is very complicated involving organ activity, as well as the skills and experience of the helper. This study aims to analyze the effect of Warm pad to reduce anxiety, somatic pain, strain pain, perineal rupture and to reduce postpartum blood in normal delivery care. This research was done using randomized post control group design with the number of subjects 60 according to the inclusion criteria. The Mann Whitney test showed that between treatment and control group: (1) there was significant difference of anxiety level, (2) there was significant difference of somatic pain level (3) there was difference and (4) there was significant difference of postpartum blood volume. Overall it can be understood that warm pad administration has a significant effect on strain and anxiety pain. Decreased strain pain will decrease the degree of perineal rupture which may eventually decrease postpartum blood volume. So it can be indirectly said that the administration of warm pad can lower blood volume of postpartum. Provision of warm pad during inpartu, can decrease anxiety, somatic pain, strain pain, and also minimize perineal rupture and postpartum blood volume.

Keywords : Normal Birth, Warm pad, Anxiety, Somatic Pain, Strain Pain, Ruptura Perineum, Postpartum Blood Volume.


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