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Development of Psychosocial Telenursing Education Stigma of Suspected Covid-19 (Rapid Reactive) Patients Tri Wahyuni; Parliani; Kharisma Pratama; Tutur Kardiatun; Nita Zulfia; Paudilah; Gmeliana Adha Sari
Britain International of Exact Sciences (BIoEx) Journal Vol 3 No 2 (2021): Britain International of Exact Sciences Journal, May
Publisher : Britain International for Academic Research (BIAR) Publisher

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/bioex.v3i2.457


In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, there is one social phenomenon that has the potential to aggravate the situation, namely stigma in patients suspected of Covid-19 or rapid reactive results. The lab results have not actually confirmed that the patient is positive for Covid-19 but the social environment or negative associations of a person or group of people who experience symptoms or bear certain diseases result in stigma against a person. This study aims to find out how the experience and stigma in patients suspected of Covid - 19. This study uses qualitative approach method of phenomenological studies and in-depth interviews with telenursing. The number of participants in this study was 10 participants. This study obtained 5 themes, namely physiological experience, psychological experience, biological experience, sociological experience and spiritual experience. The high positive number of Covid-19 in Indonesia makes the emergence of negative stigma of society to patients exposed to Covid-19, not even just Patients who are positive of Covid-19 who get negative stigma, therefore for diagnostic enforcement it takes examination by Molecular Test: Real Time PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) method. The sample types used are bronchoalveolar lavage, nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swabs, sputum, tracheal aspirate, nasopharyngeal aspirate or nasal wash, and biopsy tissue including from the lungs. Real Time PCR check method is the golden standard for the enforcement of diagnostic Covid - 19.
Jurnal Keperawatan dan Kesehatan Vol 13 No 1 (2022): Jurnal Keperawatan dan Kesehatan
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Keperawatan Muhammadiyah Pontianak

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Background: Anxiety is a feeling of uncertainty and helplessness that afflicts almost everyone at some point in their life. in clients who will undergo surgery, often experience anxiety. Clients who will undergo surgery can only sleep approximately 4-6 hours/day due to anxiety and pain and others, including shortness of breath, sweating, flatulence, hot or cold air and discomfort. The client experiences anxiety before undergoing surgery, one of which is laparotomy surgery. Objective: To determine the effect of spiritual guidance on the anxiety level of pre-laparotomy clients at the central surgical installation of RSUD Dokter Soedarso Pontianak. Methods: This study used a quasi-experimental pretest-posttest design with two group design, random sampling technique, the number of respondents was 32 people divided into treatment and kontrol groups. Samples were taken from the population of preoperative laparotomy clients in the central surgical installation room at RSUD Dokter Soedarso who met the inclusion criteria. Collecting data using a questionnaire. Data were analyzed using the wilcoxon rank tests. Results: The study showed that there was a significant relationship between spiritual guidance (praying, tawakal and motivation) with a decrease in anxiety levels of pre-laparotomy clients at the central surgical installation of RSUD Dokter Soedarso Pontianak with a value of =0.008 (p<0.05). Conclusion: Spiritual guidance in the form of prayer and tawakal has an effect on the level of anxiety in laparotomy clients who will undergo surgery so that the risk of delaying surgery can be reduced. Keywords: spiritual guidance, anxiety, preoperative laparatomy.