Emotional Freedom Techniques for Anxiety Patient before Cardiac Catheterization
Keywords:Emotional Freedom Techniques, Anxiety, Heart Characterization
Coronary Heart Disease is a disruption of heart function due to lack of blood due to a narrowing of the coronary arteries. Invasive action taken to treat CHD is cardiac catheterization. The problem that often arises in pre-cardiac patients is anxiety. This anxiety must be handled because it can interfere with the patient‘s hemodynamic condition to become unstable. One way to deal with anxiety is the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). This study aims to determine the effect of EFT on patient anxiety who will undergo cardiac catheterization at Awal Bros Hospital in Batam. The design of this study used a quasi-experiment with a one- group pre-post test with a control group approach. This study aimed to determine the effect of emotional freedom techniques on anxiety levels in patients before cardiac catheterization in Angio Rs Awal Bros Batam in 2021. The population used in the study There were 30 nurses in the Angio Rs Awal Bros Batam room. Data processing and analysis were done manually and computerized using statistical programs. The results of this study are there is the effect of emotional freedom techniques with anxiety levels in patients before cardiac catheterization in the Angiography Room of Rs Awal Bros Batam in 2021 indicated by the chi-square results which show the value of value = 0.003 (> α 0.05). used as information for future researchers who will examine the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) by observing the presence of confounding factors such as age and environment.
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