I Kadek Artawan
STIKES Kesdam IX/Udayana, Denpasar, Indonesia

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Journal : Babali Nursing Research

The Effect of Basic Life Support Course on Community Knowledge Level I Kadek Artawan; Yupin Aungsuroch; I Gede Juanamasta; I Made Sukma Wijaya; Komang Agus Jerry Widyanata
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 2 (2021): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (315.356 KB) | DOI: 10.37363/bnr.2021.2252

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Introduction: Cardiac arrest is the most pre-hospital emergency cases. Approximately 30.000 people have cardiac arrest in pre-hospital and about 33% have treated with bystander. Basic life support (BLS) with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a first aid procedure that needs to be performed in this case. Death could occur within minutes if the first aid does not adequately performed. The study aimed to know the effect of BLS courses on the community knowledge level in the North Denpasar District. Methods: The study was a pre-experimental study with a pre-posttest design. Study participant selected by cluster random sampling technique and 199 participants chosen as study participants. To collect the community knowledge data, a questionnaire employed in this study. American Heart Association (AHA) guideline for the public published in 2015 enrolled as a reference in organizing ten questions in the questionnaire with Guttman Scale. Results: The characteristics of respondents were 27% participants were aged between 30-39 years, 56% graduated from senior high school, 55% work as employees and 90% never attended BLS training program. There was a significant mean difference from the pre-test and post-test data. The mean difference before and after the BLS course were 8.38 and 9.74, respectively. There was a significant correlation between the BLS course and the level of knowledge (p = 0.000). Conclusion: The level of knowledge about BLS before the course was 63%. It classified into a good knowledge level. The level of knowledge about BLS after the course was significantly improved. It increased to 97.5%.
Family Experience Dealing with Relapse in People with Mental Disorders Ni Made Sri Muryani; I Gede Yudiana Putra; I Kadek Artawan
Babali Nursing Research Vol 3 No 2 (2022): July
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Introduction: Recurrence is a problem that often occurs in patients with mental disorders. Families who have family members with mental disorders, said that relapse can be caused by not taking medication regularly and when they relapse the family is afraid to face the patient, because the patient is angry and throw things. This study aims to explore in depth the meaning of family experience dealing with relapse in people with mental disorders. Methods: This study uses a qualitative research design with an interpretative phenomenological approach. This study used purposive sampling, with total 15 participants with inclusion criteria: families who have family members with mental disorders who have experienced a relapse in the last six months and are willing to become participants by signing the participant's informed consent form. Exclusion criteria were families with family members with mental disorders who also had other illnesses. The data collection strategy used in-depth interview techniques with semi-structured interview guidelines. Researchers conducted data analysis using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA). Results: There are four themes in this study, namely (1) Always pay attention to prevent recurrence, (2) Families are able to recognize signs of relapse in family members with mental disorders, (3) Families use medical health services when a relapse occurs, (4) Feel emotional and fearful when the patient relapses. Conclusion: The results of this study indicate that families feel emotional and fear when the patient experiences a relapse, and the family also knows about the signs of relapse in patients with mental disorders.
The Effect of Prone Position for Increasing OXygen Saturation of COVID-19 Patients I Gusti Ngurah Putu Jaya Antara; Ni Wayan Erik Juniantari; I Made Adi Ariawan; I Kadek Artawan
Babali Nursing Research Vol 4 No 1 (2023): January
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37363/bnr.2023.41159

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus that attacks the respiratory system, Oxygen saturation (SpO2) is one of the indicators of the severity of COVID-19 infection. Prone position is given as a nurse's self-intervention in COVID-19 patients which can evidently increase oxygenation in patients characterized by increased oxygen saturation. This study aims to determine the effect of prone position for increasing oxygen saturation of COVID-19 patients. This study used a pre-experimental design with a one-group pre-post test design without a control group. Researchers measure oxygen saturation before (pre-test) and after (post-test) to perform prone position in COVID-19 patients. The study population was all COVID-19 patients treated in the Isolation Room of a hospital in Bali. The sample in the study was 30 people who met the research criteria using purposive sampling techniques. The results of the study were obtained before prone position the average oxygen saturation was 94.90% while after being given the intervention prone position became 98.40%. Based on the Wilcoxon test analysis obtained p-value = 0.001. It concluded that there was a significant effect of prone position for increasing oxygen saturation of COVID-19 patients. Nurses are expected to provide education about prone position for COVID-19 patients, and the patients is recommended to practice prone position exercise to accelerate healing and reduce mortality
Stress Level In Ensuring Health Measures Compliance in Local Religious Ceremonies During COVID-19 Pandemic Among Pecalang in Bali I Gede Yudiana Putra; Yupin Aungsuroch; Anak Agung Restu Anggara; I Kadek Artawan
Babali Nursing Research Vol 4 No 2 (2023): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37363/bnr.2023.42167

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Background: The global covid-19 pandemic attack, especially on Bali Island, is not only causing significant loss of life but also has profoundly transformed the way of living. This situation eventually restricted the participation of Hindhus in religious ceremony activities in Bali due to strict mass gatherings measures. This study aimed to examine the stress level among pecalang (local security officers in a native administrative area in Bali) in ensuring health measures compliance in faith-based ceremonies during the Covid-19 pandemic. Method: This was a quantitative-descriptive study involving 292 pecalang in Susut District, Bangli. A purposive sampling technique was employed to select eligible participants. Fourteen stress-scale statement items in Depression Anxiety Stress Scales (DASS 42) Questionnaire used to collect primary data from the participants. Data were then analyzed using a univariate analysis in SPSS version 25. Result: The majority of participants, 184 subjects (63%), were aged between 25 to 39 years (early adulthood stage). Sixty-two percent of the participants (181) graduated from senior high school. The majority of them were also working in private companies (141: 48.3%). Findings revealed that the majority of participants were experiencing a normal level of stress (180; 61.6%). Conclusion: The majority of participants perceived normal level of stress in ensuring health measures compliance in local spiritual ceremonies during the Covid-19 pandemic.