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Global Health Management Journal (GHMJ)
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ISSN (Online) 2580-9296
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  • Predisposing Factors Related to Four ANC Visits (K4) on TM III Pregnant
           Women at Danurejan I Primary Health Center of Yogyakarta

    • Authors: Linda Yulyani; Menik Sri Daryanti
      Abstract: Pregnancy may cause problems or become a complication at any time. However, complications of pregnancy and childbirth can be prevented by regular antenatal care (ANC) visits. Four ANC visits (K4) are indicators used to assess the quality of health services for pregnant women. Four ANC visits (K4) are also the indicators to see the frequency that refers to the trimester period when conducting a pregnancy check. Nationally, performance indicators for the coverage of four ANC visits (K4) on pregnant women in 2014 did not reach the target. There are various factors that may contribute to an unsuccessful four ANC visit (K4) of pregnant women that come from predisposing, enabling and reinforcing factors. The objective of the study is to investigate the correlation between maternal age and four ANC visits (K4) on TM III (trimester III) pregnant women at Danurejan I Primary Health Center of Yogyakarta. It is an analytic observational study design with cross-sectional approach. The sample was taken by accidental sampling technique with the inclusion and exclusion criteria as many as 30 TM III pregnant women. The result of this study shows that from four factors that analyzed, only two factors have a significant relationship with four ANC Visits (K4), which are maternal age (pv=0.000) and parity (pv=0.000). Meanwhile, education level (pv=0.155) and occupation (pv=0.210) have no correlation with four ANC Visits K4). Therefore, it can be concluded from this study that the maternal age and parity are the predisposing factors related to the four ANC Visits (K4). As a result, it is clear that promotion and prevention efforts such as health education about mature age at marriage and improving family planning programs are essential to increase four ANC Visits (K4). Future studies are expected to be conducted on larger sample sizes and different epidemiological approaches.
      PubDate: Sat, 29 Aug 2020 10:45:06 +070
       
  • Combination of Polythylene Tereftalat Nesting and Prone Position at the
           Standard Box Care to the Vital Signs and Length of Stay on the Low Birth
           Weight Babies

    • Authors: Meli Deviana; Noor Pramono, Ari Suwondo
      Abstract: Background: The use of nesting and position prone facilitates Low Birth Weight Babies by conditioning it as in the mother's womb which aims to facilitate Low Birth Weight Babies in the development of physiological functions and achieve physiological function stability.Aims: This study aims to explain the effectiveness of design nesting with material polyethylene terephthalate and the position of prone with standard care using a box of baby warmers for the length of stay which is observed from the achievement of the stability of vital signs on LBW.Methods: This is a Quasi-Experimental Design study with non-equivalent control group design. The study population was all LBW treated in the Perinatal room with a sample of 36 LBW and consecutive sampling. This research was conducted in the Perinatal Room at RSUD RAA Soewondo Pati and RSUD Dr. R. Soetrasno Rembang. Statistical test for paired groups using Wilcoxon and for unpaired groups using Kruskall Wallis.Results: The combination of nesting polyethylene group with position prone achieved faster vital signs stability and shorter duration of treatment compared to the control group with p = 0.001 for temperature, respiration and oxygen saturation.Conclusions: The combination of polyethylene terftalat nesting and prone position is effective to reduce the duration of treatment duration, and may achieve the stability of vital signs of low birth weight infants. This intervention can be used as LBW care during hospital and home care. Keywords: Nesting, Position Prone, Polyethylene Tread, Length of Stay, Baby Vital Signs.
      PubDate: Sun, 28 Jun 2020 14:31:07 +070
       
  • Global health initiatives to reduce malaria morbidity in school-aged
           children

    • Authors: Andrew John Macnab
      Abstract: Aim: To review global initiatives to reduce the burden of disease from malaria on school-aged children. The focus is on approaches with potential to reduce mortality and morbidity, improve the health and ability of children to attend school, avoid malaria impacting their potential academic achievement, and minimize the risk of short- and long-term cognitive impairment.Methods: Literature searches using defined terms related to malaria and education, and a scoping review of the key literature selected,  to provide a narrative summary of the challenges and potential solutions identified.Results: There is robust evidence that school-aged children are particularly vulnerable to malaria, and need special measures to protect them; calls are widespread for better diagnostic approaches and program innovation because of current levels of malaria-related morbidity and mortality. School-based programs that educate children broadly on causation, prevention and care required can improve access to timely diagnosis and treatment; however, currently national malaria control interventions do not specifically target school-age children. The literature describes intervention strategies that include seasonal chemoprophylaxis, intermittent protective treatment and antimalarial therapy linked to mass drug administration for neglected tropical diseases. Recently, a community participatory intervention model based on WHO-endorsed diagnostic and treatment principles has taught teachers to screen all children sick at school using rapid point-of-care diagnostic testing and treat promptly with Artemesinin combination therapy; morbidity and absenteeism are significantly reduced. There is no consensus on the optimal intervention strategy; approaches will need to vary, but  evidence of ‘what works and why’ exists to guide constructive implementation measures in each endemic region.  Conclusion: Malaria exemplifies how health inequity negatively impacts a child’s health and ability to benefit from education, yet simple and effective school-based approaches exist that positively impact morbidity, provide access to WHO-endorsed diagnosis and treatment, are applicable worldwide and can  increase the capacity of children to learn.
      PubDate: Sun, 28 Jun 2020 12:07:15 +070
       
  • Understanding community’s behavioral responses towards Covid-19: Who
           comply, who don’t and reasons of incompliance

    • Authors: Dyah Anantalia Widyastari
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: Sun, 28 Jun 2020 11:44:39 +070
       
 
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