THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SPIRITUAL ABILITY AND ANXIETY LEVEL IN PREOPERATIVE PATIENTS
Keywords:Spiritual Ability, Anxiety Level, Preoperative Patient
AbstractAnxiety problems of patients who will undergo surgery such as fear of pain after surgery, fear of physical changes, becoming ugly and not functioning normally. Spiritual needs are basic needs needed by every human being. If someone is sick, then the relationship with God is even closer, considering that someone in a sick condition becomes weak in every way, no one is able to revive him from healing, except the Creator. This study aims to determine the relationship between spiritual abilities and anxiety levels in preoperative patients in the surgical room at the general hospital Tgk. Chik Ditiro Sigli. The type of research used in this study was analytic with a cross-sectional approach, the sampling technique in this study was accidental sampling with 67 respondents. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that the majority of respondents had moderate spiritual abilities, namely as many as 34 respondents (50.7%), the majority of respondents had severe preoperative anxiety, namely as many as 53 respondents (79.1%) and there was a relationship between spiritual abilities and anxiety level in preoperative patients, (P-Value = 0.041 ≤ 0.05). Conclusion There is a significant relationship between the patient's spiritual ability and the level of anxiety in preoperative patients. It is suggested to the employees in the operating room to provide information and input for health workers as to the need for preoperative patient education.
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