TINGKAT KECEMASAN PREOPERATIF PADA PASIEN YANG AKAN MENJALANI TINDAKAN ANASTESI PADA OPERASI ELEKTIF
Based on the studies that is conducted in Canada, Sri Lanka, Saudi arabia regarding the level of preoperatif anxiety, its
appears that the overal prevalence of preoperative is very high. Low preoperative anxiety level are expected towards any
kind of dangerous situation or life thretening situstion, especially for patient that is never been through surgery before.
To determine the level of preoperartif anxiety patient that will do anasthetic procedures. Preoperative patient anxiety is a
pervasive problem that can have far-reaching effects. Among the effects of these effects are increased postoperative pain,
increased risk of infection and longer healing time. Many factors influence preoperative patient anxiety, including the need for
surgery, loss of perception of control, fear of postoperative pain, and body image changes. According to Wawan Rismawan
et al., 2019 the level of anxiety in preoperative patients at the Dr. Soekardjo Hospital, Tasikmalaya City was mostly anxious,
was 21 people (50%). All preoperative patients at dr sokardjo Hospital have never been given hypnotherapy to treat anxiety.
Preoperative anxiety is common and the reported prevalence of preoperative anxiety among patients undergoing various
types of surgery was found to be as high as 60% to 90%. It has been reported that in hospitalized patients for nonsurgical
reasons 10% to 30% experience anxiety, this anxiety incidence can increase to 60% to 80% in patients waiting for surgery
and 5% of patients who are anxious before undergoing surgery.