GAMBARAN NILAI MONITORING HEMODINAMIK NON INVASIF PADAPASIEN SEPSIS DI RUANG INTENSIF CARE
Sepsis is a syndrome of physiological, pathological and biochemical disorders caused by the body overresponse to infection. Rapid assessment of sepsis can help treat and prevent worsening of the patient
condition, in addition to monitoring the condition can be done by using non invasive hemodynamic
This study aim to determine the description of the value non invasive hemodynamic monitoring in sepsis
patients in the ICU Ulin Hospital Banjarmasin This research method uses descriptive research with a
sample of 30 respondents and purposive sampling technique and use observation sheets as a data
The results of this study showed that average age of respondents was mostly the elderly and female sex
categories, for the results of non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring value for systolic blood pressure
values ranging from 90-130 mmHg to 19 people and distolic blood pressure with a range of 60-90
mmHg as many as 23 people, the mean value of the arterial pressure (MAP) of the respondent is 60-100
mmHg as many as 26 people, the most respondents' heart rate was> 100 x / minute as many as 16 people
the respiration rate of the most respondent was> 24 x / minute as many as 17 people and the peripheral
oxygen saturation value (SpO2) the most respondents were ≥95% as many as 24 people
Keywords: Sepsis, qSOFA, non invasive hemodynamic
Sepsis merupakan suatu sindrom kelainan fisiologis, patologis, dan biokimia yang disebabkan oleh respon
tubuh berlebih terhadap infeksi. Penilaian sepsis yang cepat dapat membantu perawatan dan pencegahan
terhadap perburukkan kondisi pasien, selain itu untuk pemantauan kondisi bisa dilakukan dengan
menggunakan nilai monitoring hemodinamik non invasif.
Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui gambaran nilai monitoring hemodinamik non invasif pada
pasien sepsis di ruang ICU RSUD Ulin Banjarmasin. Metode penelitian ini menggunakan penelitian
deskriptif dengan jumlah sampel 30 responden dan teknik pengambilan sampel purposive sampling dan
menggunakan lembar observasi sebagai lembar pengumpul data.
Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan rerata usia responden sebagian besar adalah kategori lanjut usia dan
berjenis kelamin perempuan, hasil nilai monitoring hemodinamik non invasif nilai tekanan darah sistolik
dengan rentang 90-130 mmhg sebanyak 19 orang, tekanan darah distolik dengan rentang 60-90 mmhg
sebanyak 23 orang, nilai Mean Arteri Pressure (MAP) responden yang paling banyak adalah 60-100
mmhg sebanyak 26 orang, Nilai heart rate responden yang paling banyak adalah >100 x/menit sebanyak
16 orang,nilai respirasi responden yang paling banyak adalah >24 x/menit sebanyak 17 orang dan nilai
saturasi oksigen perifer (SpO2) responden yang paling banyak adalah ≥95% sebanyak 24 orang.
Kata Kunci : Sepsis, qSOFA, hemodinamik non invasif
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