Description of Anxiety Levels of Pre School Children With Thalassemia Who Will Get Blood Transfusion in the Thalassemia Poly at Al-Ihsan Baleendah Hospital, Bandung

Lisbet Octovia Manalu, Budi Rustandi, Budi Somantri
2021 Proceedings of the 4th Forum in Research, Science, and Technology (FIRST-T3-20)   unpublished
The nursing process carried out by nurses in the hospital creates anxiety for patients, especially in children. The anxiety that is often shown by children when they are in hospital is when they get treatment in the hospital, especially when they are going to be doing invasive actions in children. The purpose of this study was to determine the description of anxiety levels in preschool children with thalassemia who will receive blood transfusions in Thalassemia Poly at Al-Ihsan Baleendah
more » ... l, Bandung. This study used a quantitative descriptive method with a sample of 30 respondents. The results of this study were analyzed using the frequency distribution formula. The results showed that 19 respondents had severe anxiety, 10 respondents had moderate anxiety and 1 respondent had mild anxiety. The conclusion in this study is that the largest presentation that appears is severe anxiety, namely 63.3%. Suggestions that can be given are to further improve the FCC (Family Centered Care) as an optimal nursing care approach process.
doi:10.2991/ahsseh.k.210122.009 fatcat:6izilcz4yfb7jb2krh2hk3kzxy