International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Biomedical Sciences | Indonesia | Volume 6 Issue 4, April 2017


Relations Acupressure on Acupuncture Heku Point (Heku L.I.-4), Ciliao BL-32 and Sanyinjiao Sp-6 with Pain in Phase I Stage of Childbirth Active in Raden Mattaher Hospital

Indarmien Netty Ariasih | Titik Hindriyati | Ajeng Galuh Wuryandari


Abstract: All maternal active phase of the first stage cannot adequately treat pain, for example straining before the complete opening, the patient looks anxious, nervous, exhausted, in pain. There are no adequate effort or action taken to reduce childbirth pain can result in an extension of the first stage, intra-partum infection and the effects to the fetus can be caput succedaneum. Impact which will result from childbirth pains them psychologically, fear and anxiety, but it can increase blood pressure, increased O2 requirements, decreased blood flow uteroplacental and acidosis due to hypoxia in the fetus, it is, if not immediately addressed may be harmful to the mother and fetus so that the best solution that can be done medically secaria section. This study is a pre-experimental approach one group pretest posttest design, implemented in maternity Raden Mattaher Jambi hospitals in Year 2016. The population were all normal mothers delivered during the period from July to October 2016, with the number of samples of 145 people. Mechanical harvesting accidental sampling. Analysis of the data used are univariate and bivariate with Wilcoxon test. The results showed there were 134 respondents to the results of the level of pain after taking action acupressure lower and 7 respondents his pain level remains, and four people have a pain level that is higher than its prior actions do acupressure. Values obtained significance 0, 000 (


Keywords: Acupuncture Point, Acupressure in Heku Point Hegu LI-4, Ciliao BL-32 and Sanyinjiao Sp 6 Pain in Phase I Stage of Childbirth Active


Edition: Volume 6 Issue 4, April 2017,


Pages: 2090 - 2097


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Indarmien Netty Ariasih, Titik Hindriyati, Ajeng Galuh Wuryandari, "Relations Acupressure on Acupuncture Heku Point (Heku L.I.-4), Ciliao BL-32 and Sanyinjiao Sp-6 with Pain in Phase I Stage of Childbirth Active in Raden Mattaher Hospital", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 6 Issue 4, April 2017, pp. 2090-2097, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20172657

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