THE DESCRIPTION OF THE NEED FOR HOME CARE FOR POSTPARTUM WOMEN WITH CESAREAN SECTION DELIVERY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Ni Ketut Ayu Sugiartini, Putu Krisa Lila Samhita, Andini Mbati Anahida

Abstract

Background: Childbirth requires a physiological process, but pathological conditions or complications can arise from pregnancy to delivery such as Cesarean Section. The purpose of this study was to identify the description of home care for postpartum mothers with Cesarean Section during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Methods: The design of this research is descriptive quantitative, was carried out at Udayana Hospital Denpasar with 30 respondents post Cesarean Section. The sampling technique is purposive sampling. Data was collected by questionnaire and data analysis was carried out by descriptive statistics

Result: The results showed that half 50% of respondents needed vital sign monitoring during the postpartum period post Cesarean Section, most of the 60% respondents needed physical examination monitoring during the postpartum period post Cesarean Section, most of the 66.67% respondents needed psychological care during the postpartum period post Cesarean Section, almost entirely 86.67% of respondents require treatment for mobilization needs during the postpartum period post Cesarean Section, most 53.3% of respondents require treatment for family planning services during the postpartum period post Cesarean Section, almost 90% of respondents require breast care during the postpartum period post Cesarean Section, almost a total of 83.33% of respondents require wound care during the postpartum period post Cesarean Section.

Conclusion: Based on the results of the study it was found that the postpartum women who had Cesarean Section, needed a  home care during the pandemic.

Keywords

Home care, Post Cesarean Section, Covid-19

Full Text:

PDF

References

  1. Kemenkes RI. Hasil Utama Riset Kesehata Dasar (RISKESDAS). Jakarta: 2018.
  2. Kementerian Kesehatan. Riset Kesehatan Dasar. Jakarta: 2018.
  3. Yusri V, Febri Y. Gambaran Kebutuhan HomeCare Selama Masa Pandemi Pada ibu Nifas. J Menara Med 2020;2(2):119–27.
  4. Büyükkayacı Duman N, Karatas N. The effect of home care services on maternal health after cesarean delivery in Turkey. J Nurs Educ Pract 2012;2(4).
  5. De Sousa L, Pitangui ACR, Gomes FA, Nakano AMS, Ferreira CHJ. Measurement and characteristics of post-cesarean section pain and the relationship to limitation of physical activities. ACTA Paul Enferm 2009;22(6):741–7.
  6. Dhar H, Al-Busaidi I, Rathi B, Nimre EA, Sachdeva V, Hamdi I. A study of post-caesarean section wound infections in a regional referral hospital, Oman. Sultan Qaboos Univ Med J 2014;14(2):211–7.
  7. Nasirin C, Wahyuningsih S. Personal hygiene and its effect on the treatment of after cesarean section debridement in NTB general hospital. Indian J Forensic Med Toxicol 2020;14(3):1746–50.
  8. Martha Raile. Nursing Theorists and Their work, 8th Edititon, Singapore. Elseiver 2014;
  9. Anifah F. International Conference on Applied Science and Health 2017 relationship between early mobilization and first International Conference on Applied Science and Health 2017. 2017;198–203.
  10. Anggraeni EW, Indasah I, Koesnadi K. Analysis the Implementation of Early Mobilization, Breast Care and Oxytosin Massage on Production ASI in Primipara Post Partum Mother in Dongko Health Centre Trenggalek City. J Qual Public Heal 2020;3(2):357–64.
  11. Putri A, Dewi S, Setianingsih NJ, Maesaroh S, Sulasih U. The Role of Early Mobilization on Wound Healing After Sectio Caesarea. 2022;1(1):7–14.
  12. Jyoti V Dube N. Effect of Planned Early Ambulation on Selected Postnatal Activities of Postcaeserean Patients. -. Int J Heal Sci Res 2013;3(12):110–8.
  13. Taha W, Elgzar I, Ghattas VN. The Effect of Non-Sugared Gum Chewing With Early Ambulation versus Early Ambulation Only on Recovery of Bowel Function after Elective Cesarean Section. Am J Nurs Res 2019;7(6):965–73.

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.