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  • Nursing of Hypovolemia in Patients with Melena’s Hematemesis: A Case

    • Authors: Gracia Christy Fanuel Dian Ayu
      Pages: 152 - 157
      Abstract: Background: Hematemesis melena is a patient’s condition with black stools or stools caused by upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Hypovolemic patients with hematemesis melena usually experience nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. This study aims to describe nursing care for hypovolemia in patients with hematemesis melena. Methods: This research method uses a case study design. Data collection started from assessment to evaluation in the Kasuari ward of Simpang Lima Gumul Hospital in December 2021. The hematemesis melena patient was observed or treated for at least two days. Data collection techniques were carried out through interviews, observation, and documentation. Data analysis was carried out using narrative analysis. Results: assessment of Mr. P with the main complaint complaining of vomiting blood for ±10 days, abdominal pain, weakness, black stools for ±10 days, and urinating for five days. The nursing diagnosis in the case of Mr. P is the actual diagnosis with priority hypovolemia related to functional fluid loss (D.0023). Nursing intervention for Mr. P was compiled based on the diagnosis of hypovolemia using pharmacological techniques such as antibiotics. Conclusion: The patient showed a not-so-significant decrease because the patient still had time to vomit blood and bloody stool.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.40
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Nursing Acute Pain in Patients With Bladder Cancer: A Case Study

    • Authors: Frans Zizka Hervira
      Pages: 158 - 163
      Abstract: Background: Severe pain in the lower right abdomen is often found in bladder cancer patients. Bladder cancer is a complex disease associated with high morbidity and mortality if not treated optimally. Patients who suffer from bladder problems say that the influence of medical personnel influences the most significant role in pain control. Nursing care for acute pain in patients with bladder cancer is still unknown. This study aims to describe nursing care for acute pain in bladder cancer patients. Methods: This research uses a case study design. Data collection from assessment to nursing evaluation was carried out in the Punai room of the Simpang Lima Gumul Hospital, Kediri Regency, in December 2021. The bladder patient was observed or treated for at least two days. Data collection techniques used were interviews, observation, and documentation. Data analysis was carried out using narrative analysis. Results: Mr. R, the main complaint felt by the patient is a pain in the lower right abdomen penetrating to the back. The nursing diagnosis in the case of Mr. R is the actual diagnosis of acute pain associated with physical injury (D.0077). Nursing intervention for Mr. R was compiled based on the diagnosis of acute pain using pharmacological techniques. Conclusion: The nursing problems Mr. R resolved after 48 hours of nursing intervention. The patient shows a decreased pain level with a pain scale of 2, and the patient plans KRS after 2 days the problem is resolved.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.42
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Parents' Knowledge of Genetic Care and UTI Events in Toddlers in the
           Children's Ward

    • Authors: Pria Wahyu Romadhon Girianto
      Pages: 164 - 171
      Abstract: Background: Infections of the urinary tract caused by bacterial invasion are known as urinary tract infections (UTI). The ability of parents to Genetalia’s care can be seen in how to clean Genetalia, cleaning during urinating or defecating, habits of disposable diaper changing, and habits of anal cleansing. This study aimed to investigate the correlation between the parents' ability to care for their children with the incidence of UTI in toddlers in the children's ward of Amelia Hospital Pare Kediri. Methods: The design used in this study was cross-sectional. There were 81 respondents in the research of toddlers who fulfilled inclusion criteria. This was done using purposive sampling. The independent variables were the parents' ability to take care of their children and the dependent variables were the incidence of UTI in their children. Data was collected using respondent observations. Results: The result showed that almost all respondents have a lack of parents' ability to care for their children (65.4%) and almost all toddlers have an incidence of urinary tract infection (63.3%). After analyzing the data with the cramers v contingency coefficient test and obtaining = 0.000, H1 was accepted and Ho was rejected, indicating that there was a relationship between family support and quality of life. r = 0 to 79. Conclusion: In order to prevent the increasing incidence of UTI, it is recommended that hospitals increase the preventive efforts of ISK events in infants by providing counseling to parents using media such as leaflets, brochures, or video screenings.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.56
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • The intervention of Lavender Aroma Therapy to Reduce the Pain Intensity of
           Dysmenorrhea In Adolescent

    • Authors: Intan Kumalasari, Bambang Soewito, Maliha Amin, Maksuk, Viona Ovaliandari
      Pages: 172 - 183
      Abstract: Background: dysmenorrhea is a common problem for women in Indonesia and the world. According to WHO (2017) it is estimated that 90% of women worldwide have experienced dysmenorrhea, and 10-15% of them have experienced severe dysmenorrhea. This condition requires pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment. One of them gave lavender aromatherapy. Objective: This study aims to determine the effectiveness of applying lavender aromatherapy procedures to clients with dysmenorrhea. Methods: This study used a qualitative design with a case study approach to describe in-depth information and explore clients' problems with dysmenorrhea in fulfilling their comfort needs by using lavender aromatherapy. Variable independent was lavender aroma therapy. The dependent variable was pain level. Results: Giving lavender aromatherapy for three consecutive days within ± 30 minutes as much as 2 x 1 day in the morning and evening was proven to reduce the intensity of dysmenorrhea pain in Ms. B from a scale of 6 to 1, while Ms. Ra experienced a decrease in pain intensity from a scale of 7 into 2. The difference in the final results of the decrease in pain intensity was more due to the difference in the initial pain intensity in the two patients. Conclusion: Non-pharmacological methods with lavender aromatherapy are effective in reducing the intensity of dysmenorrhea pain, so this method can be widely implemented to reduce cases of dysmenorrhea in adolescents.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.61
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Health Workers' Job Satisfaction in the Era of National Health Insurance:
           Services and Working Conditions

    • Authors: Dwi Noerjoedianto, Dian Meisafitri, Hubaybah
      Pages: 184 - 192
      Abstract: Background: A person's perception of their level of justice (equity) at work is reflected in their level of job satisfaction. The nature of the work, salary, supervision, and relationships among coworkers are all factors that affect how satisfied one is with one's job. The number of patients treated by the Puskesmas in the National Health Insurance (JKN) is rising, with 586,893 persons (94.55%) in Jambi City enrolled as JKN participants at the Puskesmas. This study aimed to ascertain the relationship between services and working circumstances and the job satisfaction of healthcare professionals at the Jambi City Health Center in 2021 during the National Health Insurance (JKN) era. Methods: A cross-sectional design method was used in this investigation. The study's population comprised six hundred fifty-three healthcare professionals, and 92 respondents were nurses. Services and working circumstances are the study's independent variables, while job conditions are its dependent variable. Questionnaires are measurement devices. Univariate and bivariate data analyses were performed (using the chi-square test = 0.05). Results: Determine the association between the independent and dependent variables using bivariate Chi-Square analysis. The findings indicated that the relationship between job satisfaction and services had a p-value of 0.037, where 0.05. The correlation between favourable working conditions and job satisfaction is 0.023, with 0.05 as the reference value. Conclusion: In conclusion, there is a correlation between the services provided and the job happiness of healthcare professionals at the Jambi City Health Center and between working circumstances and job satisfaction.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.70
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • The Effectiveness Of The Use Of Decision-Making Tools And WHO Wheel
           Criteria In the Selection Of Contraception For Post Partum Mother

    • Authors: Iva Gamar Dian Pratiwi, Nailiy Huzaimah, Ratna Indriyani
      Pages: 192 - 203
      Abstract: Background: According to the World Health Organization (WHO), family planning is a program with several objectives, including regulating the number of children, regulating births between children, and anticipating unwanted pregnancies. According to data from the Central Statistics Agency for 2019, the number of contraceptive uses of all types in East Java was 66.24 percent, lower than in 2018, 67.88 percent. The number of contraceptive methods used at BPM Kiswaniyah for postpartum women in 2021 is higher than Long-Term Contraceptive Methods, which is 90 percent, compared to the MKJP method, which is only 10 percent. This study aimed to determine differences in the effectiveness of using the WHO Wheel Criteria and Decision-Making Assistance Tool (ABPK) in the selection of contraception by postpartum mothers.Methods: This research is a type of pre-experimental research, using a post-test-only control group design approach to determine differences in the effectiveness of using the WHO Wheel Criteria and Tools. The location of this study was at BPM Kiswaniyah during the time of the research from July to September 2022. The population in this study were all postpartum mothers (0-40 days), totaling 40 people. The independent sample t-test formula is used when the normality and normal distribution of data is tested to find the difference in the mean value between one group and another. Results: Data analysis A significance value of 0.002<0.05was obtained, which can be concluded that there is no significant difference between the effectiveness of using ABPK and WHO Wheel Criteria in the selection of postpartum Conclusion: contraception.ABPK and WHO Wheel Criteria have the same effectiveness in helping clients when choosing contraception after giving birth. This is possible due to several reasons, including the insufficient number of samples, the ability of each midwife to use contraceptive selection tools and the different understanding of respondents.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.98
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Correlation Between Insomnia And Primary Headache In Final-Year Students
           Of Nursing

    • Authors: Bambang Setia Kesuma, Feri Agustriyani, Septika Ariyanti
      Pages: 193 - 196
      Abstract: Background: Adolescents' irregular sleep patterns, use of technology, gadgets, and gaming are among the causes of insomnia. Primary headaches are regarded to be another symptom of insomnia. In this study, ordinary nursing students in their last semester will be examined to see if there is any correlation between headache frequency and insomnia. Methods: This study uses a cross-sectional approach with a quantitative descriptive correlation research design. Total sampling is the sampling method employed by 71 students who, according to responses, reported having sleeplessness. The Independent variable is insomnia. The dependent variable is Primary Headache. Instrumen use kuesionare. Results: According to the results of the univariate analysis, 60 people (84.5%) and 64 people (90.1%) had primary headaches, respectively. The bivariate analysis with the Gamma test revealed that 64 students (93.8%) at Aisyah University of Pringsewu had both primary headaches and insomnia with a P-Value =0,002 ≤ 0,05. Conclusion: it can be concluded that there is a significant correlation between insomnia and primary headaches. Students are expected to improve their sleep patterns to prevent primary headaches.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.97
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Determinant Model Of Early Marriage On The Promotion Of Reproductive
           Health In Adolescents In Mandala Village

    • Authors: Dian Permatasari, Emdat Suprayitno, Cory Nelia Damayanti, Dian Ika Puspitasari
      Pages: 204 - 214
      Abstract: Background: Early marriage is a problem at the national level and in East Java because the number is still high and continues to grow, and the impact poses a health risk to adolescents. Sumenep Regency is a district in Madura that has a high rate of early marriage and is ranked second from East Java, and Mandala Village, Rubaru sub-district, is the place with the most land for early marriage rates Methods: This research method is a survey with a cross-sectional design. The sample of this research is 80 married teenagers in Mandala Village, for the data collection tool uses a questionnaire, and the sample collection technique is multistage proportional random sampling and then analyzed using univariate, bivariate, and multivariate methods. Then a model is created Results: Based on the results of the calculation of Nagekerke R Square on the dominant variable, the value of r2 = 0.135, which means that respondents who promote adolescent reproductive health can be affected by knowledge of 5.749 times greater than respondents who promote adolescent reproductive health, with a 13.5% chance of being unaffected. Conclusion: Based on the results of the research and discussion that have been described in the previous chapter, it can be concluded that several vital things in this research are as follows, There is an influence of knowledge, attitude, the effect of Parenting, and culture on efforts to promote adolescent reproductive health in Mandala Village in 2022.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.100
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Analysis of Contribution Assistance Recipients' Utilization of National
           Health Insurance Participants

    • Authors: Dwi Noerjoedianto, Adila Solida, Arnild Augina Mekarisce
      Pages: 215 - 223
      Abstract: Background: Contribution Assistance coverage for National Health Insurance Participants Participation among recipients is greater than that of non-participants, but the use of health services by National Health Insurance PBI participants in Indonesia remains relatively low. This study aims to determine in 2021 which factors influence the utilization of health services by National Health Insurance PBI group participants in Jambi City. Methods: This study is a quantitative cross-sectional investigation. The sample consisted of 106 random samples collected using the technique of accidental sampling. In this study, the independent variables were education, occupation, knowledge, attitudes, perceptions of health conditions, affordability, and information, while the dependent variable was health service utilization. Respondents filled out questionnaires to generate data. The data analysis consisted of univariate and bivariate (chi-square) tests. Result: This study's findings indicate that the majority of respondents, 61.3%, do not utilize health services. Knowledge (0.000), attitudes (0.003), perception of health conditions (0.012), and information are associated with the utilization of health services, according to this study's statistical analyses (0.000). In addition, there is no correlation between education (0.147), occupation (0.295), affordability (0.787), and the utilization of health services among National Health Insurance (JKN) PBI group participants. Conclusion: There is a correlation between knowledge, attitudes, perceptions of health conditions, and information and the utilization of health services by National Health Insurance for the PBI Group participants in Jambi City.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.104
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Effect of Infant Massage on Sleep Quality Of Baby 3-6 Months

    • Authors: Dewi Taurisiawati Rahayu
      Pages: 224 - 230
      Abstract: Background: One of the problems experienced by babies is poor sleep quality. This study aims to determine the description of sleep quality in infants who received infant massages. The purpose of this research was to Description Of Sleep Quality Of Babies Aged 3-6 Months After Infant Massage In Pmb Lilis Suryawati, Jombang Regency Methods: The design used is descriptive. The population in this study was 54 infants aged 3-6 months, and a sample size of 36 was obtained. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. The instrument used was a questionnaire about sleep quality. Infant massage is a routine procedure used at the research site, namely PMB Lilis Suryawati Jombang. This study was conducted on July 7 – August 29, 2021. Results: The results of this study indicate that the sleep quality of infants who were massaged almost entirely (52.8%) had good sleep quality. Baby massage relaxes baby's body muscles and improves sleep quality. Conclusion: Education to get Good sleep quality in Baby massage relaxes baby's body muscles and can improve sleep quality.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.105
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Knowledge regarding
           Menstrual Hygiene among Adolescent Girls

    • Authors: Nidhi Maurya, Rina Bhowal, Komala Sesha Kumar
      Pages: 231 - 239
      Abstract: Background: Menstruation is monthly uterine bleeding for 4-5 days, regularly coming every 28 days from puberty till menopause in a woman’s reproductive life. This study intended to assess the knowledge of adolescent girls regarding menstrual hygiene in selected senior secondary schools with the implementation of the structured teaching program. The study was conducted to assess the pre and post-interventional level of knowledge, evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programs, and determine the association between the levels of knowledge with selected demographic variables. Method: Using a quantitative research approach. The study used a pre-experimental one-group pre and post-test design. Sixty samples were selected by using a non-probability simple random sampling technique. The Variable was adolescent girls regarding menstrual hygiene and knowledge. Result: The results showed that in the overall knowledge level of adolescent girls regarding menstrual hygiene, in pre-test there were 37 number (61.67%) adolescent girls with inadequate knowledge, 23 number (38.33%) of adolescent girls with a moderate level of knowledge, whereas in posttest 21 number (35%) of adolescent girls had moderate knowledge, 39 numbers (65%) had adequate knowledge regarding menstrual hygiene. The posttest knowledge mean percentage was found higher (knowledge mean percentage was 76.12% with SD of 1.57 when compared with pre-test mean percentage knowledge mean percentage which was 52.04% with SD of 3.07). Conclusion: Knowledge mean percentage enhancement was 24.08%. The statistical paired ‘t’ test implies that the difference in the pre-test and posttest value was found statistically significant at 5% level (p<0.05) with a paired ‘t’ test value of 14.27. The study's overall findings showed that the structured teaching programme significantly improved adolescent girls' knowledge score regarding menstrual hygiene.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.106
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Social and psychological effects of circumcision: A narrative review

    • Authors: Bahattin Aydoğdu, Mustafa Azizoğlu, Mehmet Hanifi Okur
      Pages: 264 - 271
      Abstract: Descriptions of penile circumcision have focused primarily on disease, dysfunction, or sensation, with relatively little consideration of the psychological and psychosocial implications of the procedure. It is also reported to be of interest regarding potential qualitative changes in the subjective experience of sexual activity following changes in penile anatomy (removal of the foreskin) or related sexual biomechanics. Circumcision indeed has psychological, psychosocial, and psychosexual effects. The differences in circumcisions performed during infancy, childhood, and adulthood are remarkable. There are also potential psychosocial effects on parents who may or may not choose circumcision for their children. We argue that additional attention should be paid to the potential for long-term effects of the procedure, which may not be appropriately considered when the patient is an infant or child.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.110
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Asfixia Event Based On LBW History And Early Children's Fertilizer

    • Authors: Maryne Hucek
      Pages: 272 - 276
      Abstract: Background: Asphyxia neonatal is a newborn condition that fails to breathe spontaneously and regularly immediately after birth. This condition is at risk of infant death, one of the causes of infant death. This study aimed to determine the relationship between LBW history and premature rupture of membranes with the incidence of asphyxia. Methods: The research design is case-control. The study population was all infants. The sample is a portion of babies totaling 64 respondents, using accidental sampling. The independent variable is infant weight and premature rupture of membranes. The dependent variable is the occurrence of asphyxia—statistical tests using Chi-Square with a <0.05. Results: The results showed that respondents had average birth weights, as many as 48 respondents (75%), had negative Premature rupture of membranes as many as 46 respondents (71.9%), and did not have Asphyxia as many as 44 respondents (68.8%). Statistical test between birth weight variables with asphyxia (p = 0,000 with Pearson chi-square 31,621) and between variables premature rupture of membranes with asphyxia (0,000 with chi-square 31,418) which means that the relationship between premature rupture of membranes and asphyxia is stronger than the relationship between birth weight with Asphyxia Conclusion: The greater the risk of premature rupture of membranes, the greater the likelihood of asphyxia, and the lower the birth weight, the greater the risk of asphyxia..
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.111
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Classic Mozart And Murrotal Alquran Therapy Music For Increasing Body
           Weight In LBW Infants

    • Authors: Nur Jaya, Salih Kadhim
      Pages: 277 - 282
      Abstract: Background: Low Birth Weight (LBW) continues to be a significant global health problem. If there is LBW, then there must be an effort to increase the baby's weight. One of them is by giving Mozart classical music therapy. Besides that, you can also use the Qur'an's total therapy. The voice of Al-Qur'an (Murottal) has benefits that can affect health. Objective To find out the differences between Mozart's classical music therapy and Murrotal Qur'an therapy to increase body weight in LBW infants aged 0-28 days. Methods: The design used in the study was quasi-experimental. The population is all infants aged 0-28 days. The sample size is 30 respondents using the Purposive sampling technique. Independent variables of the study are classical Mozart music therapy and Murrotal Qur'an therapy. The dependent variable is the increase in body weight in LBW infants aged 0-28 days. Data was collected using a questionnaire, and then the data were analyzed using the Wilcoxon test with a significance level of α ≤ 0.05. Results: The results showed that respondents had a weighted average of before Mozart's Music Therapy of 2242.0 grams, and after Mozart's Music Therapy of 2431.3 grams, weight Before Koran Murotal Therapy was 2049.3 grams, and after Koran Murotal Therapy of 2496, 0 grams. The results showed that p = 0.023 where H1 was accepted and H0 was rejected, which means that there were differences in Mozart's classical music therapy and Murrotal Alquran therapy for weight gain in LBW infants aged 0-28 days. Conclusion: There are differences in Mozart's classical music therapy and Murrotal Alquran therapy for increasing body weight in LBW infants aged 0-28 days.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.112
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Behavior Of The Elderly In Preventing COVID-19

    • Authors: Lilik Setiawan
      Pages: 283 - 290
      Abstract: Background: The pandemic makes the elderly adapt to the behavior of implementing the protocol health. In this New Normal, many older adults still do not wear a mask, wash their hands or use hand sanitizer, and do not keep their distance. The purpose of the study was to determine the behavior of the elderly in preventing Covid-19 in Ngrejo Village Tanggunggunung District Tulungagung Regency. Methods: Descriptive research design, population 377 respondents and sample 38 respondents using purposive sampling technique, research instrument questionnaire sheet. The research was carried out on February 28 – March 26, 2022. Variable of Elderly Behavior in Covid-19 Prevention. Data was analyzed using the mean formula and interpreted quantitatively. Results: The results obtained from 38 respondents showed that most of the Majority (63%) have positive Covid-19 prevention behavior and almost half of the respondents (37%) have negative Covid-19 prevention behavior. Conclusion: Behavior in influenced by knowledge, attitude, and live together. Through this research, it is expected that respondents who have positive behavior to maintain health protocol hebavior, and respondents who have negative behavior to improve behavior according to recommendations from government regarding health protocols such as washing hands. Wearing masks, and keeping a distance
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.113
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Phenomenology Study: Experiences Of Community Living Near A Road In
           Providing Help To Accident Victims

    • Authors: Vela Purnamasari, Nove Lestari, Nurul
      Pages: 291 - 297
      Abstract: Background: A phenomenon that often occurs in the community when a traffic accident occurs is that those who provide first aid (first responders) are mostly not medical officers but ordinary people around the scene. Of course, ordinary people will have unique and profound experiences that need to be explored to describe rescue actions when finding accident victims with all their limitations. Methods This study uses a qualitative design with an interpretive phenomenological approach to explore the meaning of the experiences of ordinary people who live close to the highway in assisting accident victims. Data saturation was achieved with 7 participants. The instrument in this research is the researcher as the core instrument, and other supporting tools in the form of a netbook equipped with a voice recording program (Camtasia studio ), ballpoint pen, and paper for field notes. Data collected through in depth interviews processed into transcripts and then analyzed using Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) . Results: The results of the study found three major themes, namely trying to help victims as best they could, hoping for the best for victims and hoping for cooperation between the rescue team and the health care system. The three major themes are built from several sub-themes.. Conclusion: The conclusion is that people who live near highways will have the potential to become first responders in helping accident victims in the prehospital phase . With good cooperation between the general public and special lay parties and assisted by health services, it will greatly assist the process of first aid and follow-up assistance to accident victims, so that morbidity and mortality in accident victims can be minimized.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.114
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • The Role Of Parents In Meeting The Basic Physical Needs (Love, Nurture,
           Hone) Of Children With Down Syndrome In Tunge Village

    • Authors: Dodik Arso Wibowo, Wahyu Tanoto
      Pages: 298 - 304
      Abstract: Background: Down syndrome is the retardation of physical and mental growth caused by the developmental abnormalities of chromosome 21 that impact physical and mental barriers that experience the barriers of intellectual development and difficulty in adapting to the environment in everyday life. Children with Down syndrome have distinctive acceptable motor characteristics and other characteristics based on the degree of obstacles it has, which are coarse-hand fingers, stiff, weak muscles, emotional conditions that are difficult to guess and poorly restrained, dependence on adults, and often reject others. The research aims to know the parents' role in fulfilling the basic needs of physical (love, nurture, hone) of children with Down syndrome in Tunge village. Methods: The design of this study uses descriptive, a research population of 16 respondents, and a large sample of 16 respondents with the technique of "total sampling." This research was conducted using a single variable, that is, the role of the parent in fulfillment of basic physical needs (love, nurture, hone) in children with Down Syndrome in village T with instruments in the form of questionnaires then the data is analyzed with percentage and interpreted quantitatively Results: The results of the study gained that of 16 respondents, half respondents had a good role, eight respondents (50%), nearly half of the respondents had a sufficient role of 7 respondents (44%), and a small fraction of the respondents had a less than one respondent (6%). Conclusion: It is influenced by several factors namely age, gender, occupation, last education. The results of this study are expected that parents can improve their role in fulfilling the physical basic needs (love, nurture, hone) in children with Down syndrome, and add insight in the process of fulfilling basic physical needs (love, nurture, hon
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.115
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • A Description Of The Patient's Perception Of Leprosy In Kediri City
           Leprosy Hospital

    • Authors: Wahyu Tanoto, Nurul Laili
      Pages: 305 - 311
      Abstract: Background: Leprosy is a disease caused by an infection of germs/bacteria that first attacks the peripheral nerve, then attack the skin, mouth mucosa, upper respiratory tract, reticuloendothelial system, eyes, muscle, bone, and testis, except central nervous. Perception is preceded by the process of sensing, which is the process of receiving the stimulus by the individual through the sensor device, or the process does not stop, but the stimulus is continued, and the following process is a preliminary process of the perception process. Methods: The purpose of this research is to know the description of patient perception of leprosy. Descriptive research design, as well as a large sample of 18 respondents who meet the criteria of research by using purposive sampling technique, instrument in the form of questionnaires, by using a single variable that is Patient Perception Perceptions About Leprosy Kediri. Data are measured and analyzed using percentage formulas and interpreted quantitatively. Results: In getting all the respondents, as many as 18 have a positive perception. Moreover, none of the respondents had a negative perception. This is caused by several factors influencing the patient's perception of leprosy: education and work. Conclusion: The discussion results found that education and occupational factors can affect the positive perception of patients about leprosy, and it is expected that leprosy patients diligently perform treatment and still perceive leprosy disease towards the positive.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.116
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Boron and orthopedic implants: A review of the literature

    • Authors: Emin Özkul, Recep Tekin, Sait Anıl Ulus, Ramazan Atiç, Şeyhmus Yiğit, Mehmet Sait Akar, Fatih Durgut, Sait Dönmez
      Pages: 312 - 318
      Abstract: A material created to interact with biological systems to enhance, treat or modify a tissue, organ, or body function is called a biomaterial. Sutures, dental fillings, needles, catheters, bone plates, and orthopedic implants are the most commonly used medical biomaterials. With the increasing use of orthopedic implants worldwide, there remains significant interest in developing new technologies to improve the effective clinical performance of contemporary treatment modalities and devices. Biomaterials used in orthopedics often require revision due to problems such as wear, corrosion, and infection. These revisions have become a significant burden for the patient and the healthcare system. Boron, with its unique properties, is an element that has the potential to overcome these problems. Therefore, in recent years, the importance of boron elements in the health field as well as in the industrial field has been noticed, making the use of boron in medicine very popular
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.117
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Relations Between Stress Level With Recurrence Of Hypertension Disease To
           Patients Aged 40-60 Years Old In Community Health Center Level II
           Municipality Lospalos, Timor Leste

    • Authors: Alexandra Maria Pires, Maximiano Oqui, Virgilio Soares, Benito Oliveira F. Xavier, Tata Mahyuvi
      Pages: 319 - 329
      Abstract: Background: For people who get a kind of disease, the medic diagnosis of Hypertension is when their blood pressure is >140/90 mmHg. Those factors that influence added blood pressure are lifestyles, such as smoking, salt intake, obesity, physical activity and stress, genetic factor, inadequate vasoconstriction modulator, vasodilatation, renin system, angiotensin, and aldosterone. The objective of this research is to analyze the “Relationship between stress level with recurrence of Hypertension disease to a patient aged 40-60 years old in Centro Saúde Comunitária Nível II Lospalos, in 2022 years”. Methods: This research uses the quantitative method and cross-sectional approximation conducted in Centro Saúde Comunitária Nível II Lospalos in 2022. The population to be sampled is Hypertension patients aged 40-60 years old, and the sampling result is defined as 91. For technique data collection, the researcher uses a questionnaire. Analyze data technique uses the chi quadrat statistic test. Results: The result of analyzing Chi-Square defined by this research is a significate value of 0.016<0.05 significate unacceptable Ho, and also results by Shi-Square Linear-by-Linear Association of statistic 0.399 meaning less relationship between stress level with recurrence of Hypertension disease to the patient with aged 40-60 years old. The results of Chi-Square have a relationship between stress level and recurrence of Hypertension disease to patients aged 40-60 years old. Conclusion: Stress level is the main risk of recurrence of hypertension. When stress to the patient's recurrence of Hypertension will occur another complication, hypertension is also a kind of disease that is very dangerous to distribute and cause mortality. Hypertension sometimes, other people call silence killer.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.118
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • The Effect Of Giving Okra Fruit-Infused Water On Recreasing Cholesterol
           Levels In Hypercholesterolemia Patients In Payan Pabean Sidoarjo Village

    • Authors: Denis Farida, Heri Nur Cahyanto
      Pages: 330 - 334
      Abstract: Background: In such a modern era, many experiencing society _ an inclined shift _ push for a change in the pattern of a healthy life, where many vote society _ for consuming food ready eat, eating fatty foods, and rarely sport. This _, if done in a manner that keeps going continuously for a period of long time _, will have an impact on the body, one of them i.e., the buildup of cholesterol. Study this aim to identify the influence of giving okra fruit-infused water to decline cholesterol in patients with hypercholesterolemia in hamlets pay customs Methods: The design study is a quasi-experiment with design non-equivalent control group design. With the use taking sample purposive sampling for one month. The population in the study is patients with hypercholesterolemia, with a sample study of as many as 32 people with 16 groups of treatment and 16 groups of control. Data collection using sheet observation and data analysis using paired t-tests. Infused water is given in 1 week. Results: A significance mark p 0.000, more diminutive than 0.05, is appropriate, with the base deciding the paired t-test. Conclusion: it concluded that there is an effect of okra fruit-infused water on a decline in cholesterol in patients with hypercholesterolemia in hamlets Payan Customs Sidoarjo
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.119
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • The Effect of Combination Of Progressive Muscle Relaxation And Nature
           Sound Music Therapy On Sleep Quality Of Menopaused Women

    • Authors: Alvina Cornelia Sugijantoro, Rahayu Anggraini, R. Khairiyatul Afiyah
      Pages: 340 - 348
      Abstract: Background: Introduction. Menopause is a critical process that every woman will experience. Decreased function of female organs occurs because they cannot produce the hormones esterogen and progesterone, causing psychological and physiological symptoms. One of the physiological symptoms is sleep quality disorders, which if not handled properly will cause decreased concentratio, anxiety and stress. Pharmacological and non pharmacological theraphy to help postmenopausal women reduce their sleep disorders. The study aimed to determine the effect of combination therapy of progressive muscle relaxation and nature sound music therapy on sleep quality in postmenopause Methods: Quasy-Experiment research design. Population is menopause with a total of 220 people. The sample size is 102 respondents, the sampling is simple random sampling. The treatment group in combination therapy of progressive musc;e relaxation and nature sound music therapy 15-20 minutes; the control group was not given any intervention. The wariavle studied was the value of sleep quality obtained from the results of the questionaire(Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index). The analysis used the Wilcoxon Signed Test for pre and post treatment and the Mann-Whitney test to determine the difference between the experimental group and the control group with a significant α <0,05. Results: The results of the sleep quality analysis using the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test, p value 0,000 in the treatment group and p value 0,215 in the control group. The results of the analysis using the Mann-Whitney test obtained a p value of 0,000 on the value of sleep quality between the treatment group and the control group Conclusion: Combination therapy of progressive muscle relaxation and nature sound music therapy is effective for reducing the value of sleep quality disorders in menopausa women, ang this technique is easy to do, so it Can be applied as a nursing intervention at the puskesmas for the development of nursing knowledge in services
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.107
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Anxiety, Age, and Gender in Agitation Patients Installed Conventional
           Restraint in Inpatient Room

    • Authors: Heru Suwardianto, Sandy Kurniajati
      Pages: 349 - 355
      Abstract: Background: Some variables that may influence age and gender. The study aimed to determine whether there is a relationship between anxiety and gender in Agitation patients with conventional restraint in the Inpatient Room. Methods: This research method uses the correlation method with a cross-sectional design. A research sample is several patients who receive restrain intervention, totaling 27 respondents. The sampling technique was purposive, with the patient inclusion criteria on the RASS scale of +1 to -1. The family agreed for the patient to be a respondent. The independent variable is anxiety, while the dependent variable is age and gender. Anxiety instrument using FASS (Face Anxiety Scale Statistical Test using Spearmen rho with a <0.05. This study has received Ethical Approval from the STIKES Kediri Baptist Hospital. Results: The statistical test results on anxiety with age obtained a p-value of 0.051 with a <0.05, which means there is no relationship between anxiety and age in respondents with anxiety in patients with restraints. The results of statistical tests on the anxiety variable with sex get a p-value of 0.551 with a <0.05, which means that there is no relationship between anxiety and type gender in patients with restraint Conclusion: Age and gender have no relationship with anxiety in patients. Agitation is installed with Conventional Restraints in the Inpatient Room. For further research, it is necessary to use a more significant number of respondents to see the broader significance.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.108
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
  • Spiritual Benson Relaxation in Pre-Dialysis Chronic Kidney Failure
           Patients with Anxiety Problems: Case Study

    • Authors: Tata Mahyuvi, Dian Tukirahmawati
      Pages: 356 - 363
      Abstract: Background: Chronic kidney failure patients say they are worried because they see the intervals flowing blood, costs incurred each time undergoing therapy, anxiety because invasive measures will be carried out, and uncertainty about recovery. This case study aims to carry out nursing care for patients with Pre-Dialysis Chronic Renal Failure Patients with anxiety nursing problems at Islamic Hospital Surabaya A.Yani. Methods: This type of research uses qualitative methods with a case study approach. The subjects were 1 Pre Dialysis Chronic Renal Failure patient with nursing problems for three interventions (1 time a day for 10-15 minutes) with data collection methods including assessment, determining diagnosis, making interventions, implementation, and evaluation. Results: Results of a case study of the Spiritual Application of Benson Relaxation in Pre-Dialysis Chronic Kidney Failure Patients at Rumah Sakit Islam Surabaya A.Yani with anxiety nursing problems three times. After carrying out nursing actions 3 x Pre-Hemodialysis Interventions in Chronic Kidney Failure patients, anxiety nursing problems can be resolved. Patients experience changes from initially having an Anxiety score of 78 (anxiety ) to 40 (not anxious). Conclusion: Therapy Spiritual Benson Relaxation effectively reduces anxiety, so it can be used as an alternative to reduce anxiety in patients with chronic kidney failure and for room nurses to be able to implement independent actions by implementing quick response actions so that patients can achieve optimal action.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      DOI: 10.55018/janh.v4i2.109
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022)
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