Elza Dwi Zuvita
STIKes Muhammadiyah Ciamis

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Terapi Bermain dengan Media Playdough untuk Meningkatkan Motorik Halus pada Anak Usia Pra Sekolah di TK Angkasa Langensari Sandriani Sandriani; Metty Nurherliyany; Wulan Permatasari; Aditya Nur Wahyuni; Elza Dwi Zuvita; Riza Nuraeni Putri; Rizky Perdana Susanto; Tiara Cahya Rinukti; Andan Firmansyah
KOLABORASI JURNAL PENGABDIAN MASYARAKAT Vol 2 No 4 (2022): Kolaborasi: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat
Publisher : Yayasan Inspirasi El Burhani

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (985.995 KB) | DOI: 10.56359/kolaborasi.v2i4.140


Introduction: Play therapy is a form of counseling or psychotherapy using games. There are many kinds of game media that train fine motor skills, one of which is assembling the shapes of numbers and letters using playdough media. Playdough media is a toy dough or plasticine toy made of clay (flour), as a learning aid that is easy to shape and very good at training hand and eye coordination in early childhood. Objective: The purpose of this play therapy activity is to improve children's fine motor skills through play therapy using playdough media. Method: This service method is collaborative, with a play therapy approach involving writers and classroom teachers. Data was collected by observing, interviewing, and documenting preschool children in grades A1 and B1 at Angkasa Kindergarten, Langensari District, Banjar City. Result: The results of this activity showed that all participants during the play therapy activity were able to form numbers and letters with their fingers according to the instructions, using playdough media and the children were very enthusiastic and felt happy in doing this play therapy activity. Conclusion: Based on the evaluation of the KPSP questionnaire from this activity, it can be concluded that overall children aged (4-6 years) in TK Angkasa Langensari have fine motor categories that are in accordance with their age development.
Nursing Care for Unstable Angina Pectoris with the Intervention of Foot Massage Techniques to Reduce Pain Scale Iif Taufiq El Haque; Asep Gunawan; Nur Hidayat; Elza Dwi Zuvita
Jurnal Vocational Nursing Sciences (VNUS) Vol 3 No 2 (2021): JURNAL VNUS (Vocational Nursing Science)
Publisher : LPPM STIKes Muhammadiyah Ciamis

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52221/jvnus.v3i2.315


Unstable angina pectoris or angina sitting is a chronic syndrome in which the client gets a typical attack of left chest pain, which is like being pressed or stabbed. Based on data from the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2015, it showed that as many as 17.5 billion people in the world died from cardiovascular disease. Indonesia ranks fourth as the country with the highest number of deaths from cardiovascular disease. The main symptom that often appears is chest pain, and one of the non-pharmacological techniques that can be used to reduce pain is non-pharmacological foot massage. The objective of this study is to present care with foot massage technical interventions to overcome chest pain scales and pain scale measurement tools using the Numerical Rating Scale (NRS) for unstable Angina Pectoris clients with acute pain in the Memory Room of the Banjar City Hospital. The research design method used is descriptive analysis with a case study approach. Subjects in this case study were adult patients who experienced unstable angina pectoris with acute pain problems. Data collection techniques include interviews, observation, physical examination, and documentation studies. Result The results of the case study at the assessment stage found that the client complained of chest pain. The intervention and implementation used to reduce chest pain is giving foot massage techniques for 60 minutes when chest pain complaints occur. After the intervention, the client's pain scale decreased from 4 (0–10) to 1 (0–10), while subjective data from anamnesis showed that the client said chest pain had decreased. Conclusion The conclusion of nursing care for patients who experience unstable angina pectoris with chest pain problems is well resolved. Intervention with foot massage technique is effective against pain scale.