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Factors Influencing Rate of Chest Compression in Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) by Nurses as a First Responder


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1 Student of Magister Nursing Program, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia
2 Lecturer of Faculty of Medicine,University of Brawijaya, Indonesia
3 Lecturer of Magister Nursing Program, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia
     

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Introduction: Cardiac arrest is a condition of the cessation of blood circulation in the body. First aid cardiac arrest is cardiopulmonary resuscitation consisting of chest compression and ventilation. Chest compression is a factor that affects the return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) patients. In addition to the depth of chest compressions, the chest compression rate is a major factor that can increase the chances of the patient’s life shortly after suffering a cardiac arrest. Aim: The purpose of this study is to determine the factors that affect the rate of the chest compressions performed by nurses as a first responder. Method: The method used in this study is analytic cross sectional correlative to 107 respondents. Chest compression rate measurement using a chest compression CPR Help Zoll’s Real product was analyzed using an application Rescue Net Code Review. Finding: Preliminary study results showed that the factors that affect the rate of the chest compression is gender, age, BMI, education, the last time attend to BLS training and the last time giving chest compressions. Based on the results of the linear regression analysis, gender is a factor that most affects to the rate of the chest compression (β = -7.8). It explains that the male responder provide a faster compression 8x/min compared with female responder. Conclusion: In conclusion, gender, the last time attends to BLS training and the last time provides chest compression significantly affect to the rate of the chest compression

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Cardiac arrest, Rate, Chest Compression
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N.A. Moch. Sukron Prasetyo
Student of Magister Nursing Program, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia
Sanarto Santoso
Lecturer of Faculty of Medicine,University of Brawijaya, Indonesia
Tony Suharsono
Lecturer of Magister Nursing Program, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia

Abstract


Introduction: Cardiac arrest is a condition of the cessation of blood circulation in the body. First aid cardiac arrest is cardiopulmonary resuscitation consisting of chest compression and ventilation. Chest compression is a factor that affects the return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) patients. In addition to the depth of chest compressions, the chest compression rate is a major factor that can increase the chances of the patient’s life shortly after suffering a cardiac arrest. Aim: The purpose of this study is to determine the factors that affect the rate of the chest compressions performed by nurses as a first responder. Method: The method used in this study is analytic cross sectional correlative to 107 respondents. Chest compression rate measurement using a chest compression CPR Help Zoll’s Real product was analyzed using an application Rescue Net Code Review. Finding: Preliminary study results showed that the factors that affect the rate of the chest compression is gender, age, BMI, education, the last time attend to BLS training and the last time giving chest compressions. Based on the results of the linear regression analysis, gender is a factor that most affects to the rate of the chest compression (β = -7.8). It explains that the male responder provide a faster compression 8x/min compared with female responder. Conclusion: In conclusion, gender, the last time attends to BLS training and the last time provides chest compression significantly affect to the rate of the chest compression

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Cardiac arrest, Rate, Chest Compression



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi2%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F195010