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JIKI
Vol 1, No 1 (2011)
DIFFEERENNCE EFFECT OF ANTIBIOTIC TOPICAL AND NaCl 0,9% COMPRESS FOR WOUNDED LEAD PROCESS POST OPERATION IN ANGGREK III ROOM RSUD DR. MOEWARDI SURAKARTA
Supartono, Supartono ( Program Studi Ilmu Keperawatan Universitas Sahid Surakarta Jalan Adi Sucipto No 154 jajar Surakarta 57144)
Suwarni, Anik ( Program Studi Ilmu Keperawatan Universitas Sahid Surakarta Jalan Adi Sucipto No 154 jajar Surakarta 57144)
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
12 Dec 2013
 
Background: Knowledge about prevention of wound infection is very important for health care professional and other worker in clinical setting.  The prevention program of nosokomial infection developed in RSUD Dr. Moewardi had not yet show efectiveness of the decreasing. The number of nosokomial infection optimally. Number of nosokomial infection because of operation event still occufy. The aim of the research is knowing difference woundlead infection among antibiotic topical and nacl 0,9% compress in Anggrek 3 room in RSUD Dr. Moewardi Surakarta. Research Method:  This research include an descriptif research with quantitaive approach that aim for giving illustrate of description aboutcondition objectively. This research is carried out in RSUD Dr. Moewardi Surakarta. With takes sample 10 patient in Anggrek 3 room. Data collecting method use observation. Data collected then analyzed with descriptif analysis and t test. Research finding:1) 1) Wounded lead process post operation in patient with antibiotic topical is good (93,3%), and wounded lead process post operation in patient with NaCl 0,9% is good too (88,9%); (2) Process post operation in patient withantibiotic topical founded that is not good for lead connected (40%) but infection is not found. Processpost operation in patient with NaCl 0,9% founded that is not good for dolor (40%) but infection is not found. (3) There are not difference wounded leadquality between antibiotic topical and NaCl 0,9% compress. Conclussion:  Wounded lead process post operation in patient withantibiotic topical is not good enough than NaCl 0,9%. Comparation analysis found tstat= 1,043 with p=0,328 not accepted for 5% significande (p>0,05). Wounded lead process postoperation in patient with antibiotic topical just more faster than NaCl 0,9% compress. Wounded lead process average in patient with antibiotic topical 93,3% more higher than NaCl 0,9% (88,9%).
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