Pengaruh Slow Stroke Back Massage Terhadap Kualitas Tidur Ibu Post Sectio Caesarea di RS. Bhayangkara Bengkulu
Mother with sectio caesarea needs sleep for recovery and treatment. Mother with sleep disorders have a negative impact on quality of maternal health. Purpose of this research to determined effect of slow stroke back massage on quality of post-sectio caesarea mother's sleep. This study used quasi experimental with pre-test and post-test with control group design. Samples were taken mother with sectio caesarea at RS. Bhayangkara Bengkulu with 2 groups of consecutive sampling technique and each group obtain 15 respondents. The analysis used independent sample t-test at α <5%. The result of intervention group and control group before being given a slow stroke back massage were each average of sleep quality scores 10.27 and 8.00, meanwhile the result of intervention group and control group after being given a slow stroke back massage were each average of sleep quality scores 8.80 and 7.60. The slow stroke back massage teraphy need to restore the quality of post-sectio caesarea mother's sleep in RS. Bhayangkara Bengkulu.
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