THE EFFECT OF CLASSICAL MUSIC THERAPY TO INCREASE GLASGOW COMA SCALE IN MODERATE TO SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY PATIENTS AT MARDI WALUYO BLITAR HOSPITAL
Brain injury begins with brain function are accompanied intersitial hemoragic which may cause interruption of the continuity of the patient's brain and aggravating circumstances that can reduce the level of consciousness, causing death. Music therapy as a nursing intervention that can be performed by nurses as sensory stimulation can improve the awareness and potential for rehabilitation in patients with brain injury. This study aims to determine the effect of music therapy on the increase in the Glasgow Coma Scale in patients with moderate-severe brain injury. This study uses a pre-experiment design with One-grouph-pre-post test design and the technique accidental sample obtained 10 respondents in the bougainvillea and the ICU in Mardi Waluyo Hospital Blitar. Descriptive analysis with paired simple test illustrates that classical music therapy after an increase in Glasgow coma scale significantly to patients moderate to severe brain injury is Pvalue = 0.000.Conclusions from this study that there is the influence of classical music therapy to increase the Glasgow Coma Scale in patients with moderate to severe brain injury in Mardi Waluyo Hospital Blitar. Based on the research results suggested that the provision of classical music therapy can be applied in hospitals, especially in patients with brain injury.