Cutaneous stimulation of slow stroke back massage to reduce the pain of sectio caesarea

Ema Wahyu Ningrum, Dwi Novitasari, Murniati Murniati

Abstract


Background: Labor with sectio caesarea may result to an impact after surgery, namely pain. The pain reduction technique that can be done is cutaneous stimulation of Slow Stroke Back Massage.

Objective: This study aims to determine cutaneous stimulation  of Slow Stroke Back Massage towards pain in post sectio caesarean patients

Methods: This study used Pre Experimental Design with the One-Group Pretest-Posttest Design approach. The samples studied were 20 patients of post SC surgery by consecutive sampling technique. The instrument used a VAS scale observation sheet. The research data were analyzed through Wilcoxon test.

Results: The results showed that the average pain intensity before the intervention was 6.10, the average intensity of pain after the intervention implemented reached 3.90, there was a difference of pain intensity in post sectio caesarean patients before and after cutaneous stimulation technique of Slow Stroke Back Massage (p-value = 0.001)

Conclusion: there is an effect of cutaneous stimulation of Slow Stroke Back Massage on pain in post sectio caesarean patients.

Keywords


Stroke; Back; Massage; Pain

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DOI: 10.30595/medisains.v17i1.4549

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ISSN: 2621-2366