Introduction: Screening in pregnant women by performing a triple elimination test to prevent transmission of HIV/AIDS, syphilis and hepatitis B, as well as a Roll Over Test (ROT) and Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP) to detect pre-eclampsia became really hard during the COVID-19 pandemic due to many restrictions on almost all routine health services. Adaptation is needed in responding to changes that can overcome physical and mental health problems in the community, one way to overcome this is through self-hypnosis. For this reason, there is a need for research on the effectiveness of triple elimination, ROT and MAP examinations as well as self-hypnosis in high-risk pregnant women in an effort to manage emergency pregnancy.
Method: A cross sectional design was used. All samples were selected by simple random sampling at PMB Ika Mardiyanti. Data were collected for completion of triple elimination, ROT, MAP, as well as the outcome of the emergency treatmentin the high-risk pregnant women.
Results: There were 30 pregnant women involved, in which 17 of them were at low risk and 13 of them at high risk. Most respondents with complete data of triple elimination, ROT and MAP had good emergency management (73.3%). Those who received self hypnosis seemed to have better emergency management compared to controls (p=0.001).
Conclusion: Doing the triple elimination examination, ROT, MAP and self hypnosis could be the strategies for handling emergencies and lead to better outcome in high-risk pregnant women.