Hubungan Antara Faktor Usia dan Budaya Suku Tolaki dengan Mobilisasi Dini terhadap Proses Penyembuhan Luka Post Op Sectio Caesaria
Sectio caesarea is an operation to delivere the baby. Post-op mothers have to do early mobilization to maintain independence as early as possible. The wound healing is influenced by age and culture. This study aims to determine the relationship between age and culture of the Tolaki tribe with early mobilization of post op sectio caesaria wound healing. The design of this study was descriptive analytic with cross sectional study approach. The study was conducted on October 16 to November 5, 2019 at the Kendari City Hospital. The sample was 54 postoperative caesarean patients which were taken by purposive sampling technique. The independent variables studied were age and culture and the dependent variable was early mobilization. Statistical analysis using the chi square test. The results of this study showed that there was a relationship of age with early mobilization to the process of healing post-operative caesarean injuries in hospitals in Kendari City with p = 0.005 < 0.05 and a relationship between the Tolaki tribe culture with early mobilization to the process of healing of post-op injuries in caesarean hospitals Kendari City with p = 0.027 <0.05. The conclusion of the research is the relationship between age and culture with early mobilization of the process of healing post op cesarean wound in Kendari City Hospital. Suggestions to the hospital to improve the implementation of education about the importance of the implementation of early mobilization in the effort to cure post op sectio caearea wounds so that conflicting patient and family cultures can be adjusted for patient healing.