Differences in the Effect of Various Intervention Cream Sprouts (Phaseolus radiatus) Extract to Wound Healing Process on Postpartum Mother

  • Wiulin Setiowati Graduate School of Diponegoro University, Semarang,Indonesia
  • Hadi Section Forensic Government General Hospital, Semarang, Indonesia
  • Supriyana Jl. Tirta Agung Semarang Pedalangan Banyumanik,Indonesia
  • Bahiyatun Jl. Tirta Agung SemarangPedalangan Banyumanik, Indonesia
Keywords: Healing perineum wound, Postpartum mother, Sprouts (Phaseolus radiatus) extract

Abstract

Bacground: Midwifery care in the puerperal needed to prevent incidence of infection the other complication in puerperal, especially with perineal rupture. Application of using ointment with sprouts extract helps the perineal wound healing process after childbirth. One of the natural alternative ingredient to help the wound healing, easy to get, and can avoid the risk of organ damage cause of consumption anti-inflammatory drugs. Methods: Direct observation by measuring the wound healing process parameters include the level of pain using a visual analog scale, percentage of wound size with a measuring tape appliance, and marked their wounds heal epithelial tissue (all parameters are measured every day, from day to day 10 days). Interventions using self-made bean sprouts extract. The study was conducted in 52 puerperal women were divided into four groups: Group intervention same dose of 0%, 2.5%, 5%, and 10%. Analysis of data using Kruskal–Wallis H-test and post-hoc using the Mann–Whiteney U (P < 0.05). Results: Intervention cream sprouts extract at a intervention dose of 10% can heal the wounds of the perineum on 5 days, and there are differences in the effect known significant values <0.05 at the parameter level of pain with the control group, the percentage parameters of wound size reduction with the control group and old parameters of wound healing. Conclusions: From this research note, there are differences in the effect of several doses ointment bean sprouts extract (Phaseolus radiatus) on wound healing of the perineum in postpartum mothers.

Author Biographies

Wiulin Setiowati, Graduate School of Diponegoro University, Semarang,Indonesia

Post Graduate Student, Department of Epidemiology, Faculty of Applied Science

Hadi, Section Forensic Government General Hospital, Semarang, Indonesia

Thesis Examiners and Lecturer

Supriyana, Jl. Tirta Agung Semarang Pedalangan Banyumanik,Indonesia

Supervisor Thesis and
Lecturer, Health Polytechnic Semarang Ministry of Health, Department of Obstetrics

Bahiyatun, Jl. Tirta Agung SemarangPedalangan Banyumanik, Indonesia

Supervisor Thesis and Lecturer, Health Polytechnic Semarang Ministry of Health, Department of Obstetrics

Published
2016-03-30
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