Murottal Therapy Reduce the Level of Anxiety in Patients Pre Operating Sectio Caesarea in Klaten Islamic General Hospital


Sri Sat Titi Hamranani
Fitriana Nurkhayati

Pregnant individuals undergoing cesarean section surgery (sectio caesarea) elicit heightened anxiety levels, which can have physiological effects such as increased heart rate, blood pressure, and uterine contractions and potentially impact the mother's and fetus's well-being. To address preoperative anxiety in sectio caesarea patients, a study aimed to investigate the impact of murottal therapy at Klaten Islamic General Hospital. This research employed an experimental design with a single-group pretestposttest approach. The study population consisted of 45 patients who underwent sectio caesarea at the Islamic Hospital of Klaten, selected using consecutive sampling. The PASS questionnaire was utilized as the assessment tool, and data analysis was performed using the Wilcoxon test. The respondents had an average age of 27.52 years, with the majority being housewives (51.1%), having a high school education (53.3%), and being primigravidas (75.6%). Before receiving murottal therapy, the preoperative sectio caesarea patients exhibited moderate anxiety (48.9%). After undergoing murottal therapy, anxiety decreased to 37.8%, with an increase in the number of individuals who did not experience anxiety, rising from 11.1% to 26.7%. In conclusion, murottal therapy had a signi􀅫icant effect on reducing anxiety levels in preoperative sectio caesarea patients at the Klaten Islamic General Hospital (p-value = 0.001).


Keywords:Murotal therapy, Anxiety, Pre operation, Sectio Caesarea

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