THE EFFECT OF GIVING COMMON SNAKE HEAD (CHANNA STRIATA) ON PERINEAL WOUND HEALING IN POSTPARTUM MOTHER IN BPM NY. TITIN S. MUBIN KARANGGENENG LAMONGAN
Perineal wound is a wound caused of the birth canal laceration well as in episotomy or not, at the time of birth the fetus. One of the way for fast perineal wound healing is gived common snakehead. The aim study for knowing the effect of giving Common Snakehead (Channa Striata) On Perineal Wound Healing In Postpartum Mother. The design of the study uses Quasy Experimental. The population is all of postpartum mother in BPM Ny. Titin S. Mubin, Amd. Keb in February to April 2014. The sampling technique uses consecutive sampling. Sample are taken by 30 respondents to include inclusion criteria. The research data is taken using observation sheets and SOP. Processing data using editing, coding, and tabulating, and then analyzed using the mann whitney test with a significance level α = 0,05. The result showes almost entirely or 80% perineal wound healing fast category experienced of postpartum mother is given common snake head (Channa Striata). While, almost entirely or 86.7% perineal wound healing slow category experienced of postpartum mother not given common snakehead (Channa Striata). The results of statistical tests obtained results are the effect of giving common snakehead (Channa Striata) on wound healing of the perineal with a value of Z = -3598 and with a significance level of 0.000 (p <0.05). The conclusion, giving common snakehead can used as alternative for perineal wound healing.