Effectively Pursed lips breathing therapy improves oxygenation status in preschoolers who experience Pneumonia including: temperature, respiratory frequency, pulse frequency, and oxygen saturation. The description of the respondent's characteristics, namely the majority of male sexes in both the control and intervention groups. The oxygenation status of respondents after being pursed lips breathing therapy increased by 0.2 in the variable temperature, 1.89 on the respiratory frequency, 4.95 on the pulse frequency, and 0.55 on oxygen saturation. Oxygenation status in the intervention group had a higher mean compared to the control group.

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