THE INFLUENCE OF PARENT PRESENCE IN INFLECTIVE INVASIVE MEASURES OF INFUSING ON RECIPRENT ACCEPTANCE OF CHILDREN AGE PRE SCHOOL IN CHILDREN HOSPITAL ISLAM SURABAYA

SULASTRI, .

Abstract


The invasive intervention in applying infusion to children is a painful experience. It is said to be
the stressor for them, which makes the nurse difficult to apply the infusion. The parental
accompaniment can overcome the problem that occurs when doing this in order to make
children accept the infusion. The researcher tried to develop a research about the influence of
the parental accompaniment in the invasive intervention of applying infusion toward the preschool
children 's response in accepting infusion in the pediatric ward of Surabaya Islamic
General Hospital. The design of research was cross sectional. The total populations involved in
this research were 30 samples. The independent variable was the parental accompaniment,
whereas the dependent one was the children's response. To find out the influence among the
variables, the researcher used the rank Spearman statistical test and the SPSS for Windows with
the significance level a < 0. 05. The result showed that 60% of the pre-school children's
response toward the invasive intervention in applying irifusion was good, whereas 80% of the
quality of parental accompaniment was good. The good quality of parents' presence illustrated
that 75% of the children's response was also good. Furthermore, the research revealed that p =
0. 00. Therefore, the hypothesis of the research was accepted which meant that there was an
influence of parental accompaniment in the invasive intervention of applying infusion toward
the preschool children's response of acceptance in the pediatric ward of Surabaya Islamic
General Hospital. Therefore, the nurse should give the children time and opportunity of being
accompanied by their parents during applying infusion. They should also explain them about
what they should do when accompanying their children by showing their relaxing feeling and
support, as well as teaching, loving, and caring for them so that the quality of their presence
increases.
Keywords: invasive intervention, pre-school children.


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