Martono, Ilham Setyo Budi
Kementerian Kesehatan Politeknik Kesehatan Surakarta Jurusan Keperawatan
Abstract: Wound Healing, Circumcision, Ring, Conventional. The purpose of this study is to describe the level of wound healing by using the ring post circumsisi and conventional, and know the difference in wound healing post circumsisi patients using couter techniques and conventional techniques. This is a quasi experimental study conducted at the landfill (State Education Qur'an) Muhammadiyah Kauman Klaten at mass circumcision event. Sampling technique study using purposive sampling. Total sample overall 16 people (8 persons circumcision done with the technique and 8 ring circumcision performed using conventional techniques) that meet the criteria. Parameters for measuring wound healing variables is to use the observation sheet indicators inflammatory phase, proliferation and maturation. Statistical analysis study using Mc Nemar test with significance level of 95%. The results of this study indicate that post-circumcision wound healing using conventional techniques faster than ring technique is evidence of statistical test results values ρ <0.05 (ρ = 0.012).