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Abstract

EFFECTIVENESS OF BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS) TRAINING ON THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN PROVIDING ASSISTANCE TO CARDIAC ARREST VICTIMS

Ayu Wahyuni Lestari* and Zulkarnain

ABSTRACT

Background: In improving health development the main part is in emergency services. In order to realize the improvement of the quality of services in the treatment of victims or emergency patients is necessary a system of victim care that is carried out in an integrated and integrated manner by engaging several parties because it does not cover the possibility of emergency conditions can occur in areas that are difficult to reach health workers, then in those conditions, the role of the community to help victims before being found by health officials becomes very important. Pulmonary cardiac resuscitation is one of a series of life-saving measures to improve the survival rate of sudden cardiac arrest patients. Objective: The purpose of this research is to find out the effectiveness of BLS training on the knowledge and skills of high school students in providing assistance to cardiac arrest victims. Methods: This study used quantitative pre experimental method with one group pre-post test design. The sampling technique uses simple random sampling technique with a number of samples of 30 respondents. Data collection techniques using paired t-test. Result: The average value of knowledge obtained by respondents before being given training is 1,2667 ± 0,44978 and the average value of knowledge after training is 2,5000 ± 0,68229. The average value of skills obtained by respondents before being given training is 1,1333 ± 0,34575 and the average value of skills after being given training is 2,3667 ± 0,71840. The results of the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test on the knowledge variable obtained a value of Z of -4,604 with p value = 0,000 and in the skill variable obtained an Z value of -4,344 with p value 0,000. This shows there is a significant influence between BLS training and the knowledge and skills of high school students in providing assistance to cardiac arrest victims. Conclusion: There is an influence of basic life support training on the knowledge and skills of high school students in providing assistance to cardiac arrest victims.

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