http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/issue/feed HEALTH CARE: JURNAL KESEHATAN 2024-02-13T06:29:14+00:00 Kursiah warti Ningsih kursiahwartiningsih@payungnegeri.ac.id Open Journal Systems Health Care : Jurnal Kesehatan merupakan jurnal yang ber eISSN 2599-0357 dan pISSN 2301-5209 yang terbit dua kali setahun yaitu bulan Juni dan Desember. Ruang lingkup jurnal ini adalah di bidang kesehatan dalam hal ini meliputi ilmu keperawatan, ilmu kesehatan masyarakat dan ilmu kebidanan. Focus dan scope jurnal Health Care ini adalah Original article, case report dan review article. http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/368 The Endothelin-1, Nitric Oxide Levels And Roll Over Test in Preeclampsia and Normotensive Pregnancy 2023-12-31T13:43:47+00:00 Melicha Kristine Simanjuntak ks.melicha@gmail.com Indri Marasing IndriMarasing@gmail.com <p><em>This study aims to compare and analyze levels of Endothelin-1, Nitric Oxide and roll over test in preeclampsia and normotensive pregnancy.</em><em> This study was an analytic cross sectional research conducted in Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo Hospital, Barabaraya, Mamajang and Antang Health Center in February-June 2020. This study was financed by internal grant UNHAS in 2020 with contract number 1585/UN4.22/PT.01.03/2020. The subjects in this study were women aged 20-35 years with a single pregnancy, above 20 weeks gestational who were divided into 2 grups of 50 preeclampsia and 100 normotensive. ET-1 and NO levels was checked using ELISA Method and ROT was measured by mercury spignomanometer.</em><em> The research results show that ET-1 and NO levels serum were higher in preeclamptic group (42.27±9.24 vs 37.13±9,44; p=0.002 and 176.43±50.8 vs 152.75±51.3; p=0.012). ROT were higher in preeclamptic group (23.40±8.77 vs 19.70±8.69; p=0.026).</em></p> 2023-12-27T11:46:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Melicha Kristine Simanjuntak http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/294 Description of Work Attitudes and Positions (Ergonomics) Using the Ovako Work Analysis System (Owas) Method 2024-01-02T05:53:09+00:00 Umi Nadatul Annisa umiannisa13@gmail.com Musfardi Rustam MusfardiRustam@gmail.com <p><strong><em>Introduction:</em></strong><em> Ergonomics studies the relationship between humans and systems, this is one of the factors that cause musculoskeletal disorders. Nurses are one of the professions that have a high risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders caused by occupational diseases. Due to the an attitude of constant forced labor brought on by an imbalance between workers' responsibilities and talents, occupational disorders develop. This study aims to determine the description of attitudes and work positions (ergonomics) using the ovako work analysis system (OWAS) method for nursing professional students who practice at Arifin Achmad Hospital<strong>. Methods:</strong> This study uses a descriptive research design. Data were taken by observing using the OWAS method. <strong>Results:</strong> The results showed that the majority of respondents were 23 years old (60.8%) with most of them being female (84.3%) and the majority having the longest working mass of 7 months (66.7%). The majority of the results obtained after the assessment of attitudes and work positions using OWAS on nursing students when transferring patients needed to be improved (66.7%). <strong>Conclusion:</strong> most of the respondents after assessing their attitudes and work positions using OWAS on nursing students when transferring patients, it is necessary to improve. Suggestions from this study are to further develop and apply the OWAS method of correct attitudes and work positions (ergonomics) for nurses. Hold a special seminar for nurses on Occupational Health and Safety (K3).</em></p> <p><em>Keywords<strong>: </strong></em><em>ergonomics, nursing profession, OWAS, patient mobilization</em></p> 2023-12-28T08:14:28+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Umi Nadatul Annisa http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/289 Overview of Junior High School Students' Knowledge About the Covid-19 Vaccine at SMPN 6 Pekanbaru 2024-01-02T05:52:56+00:00 Pintha Ulina Damanik Pinthaulina@gmail.com Yufitriana Amir YufitrianaAmir@gmail.com Ganis Indriati GanisIndriati@gmail.com <p><strong><em>&nbsp;</em></strong></p> <p><strong><em>Introduction:</em></strong><em> Vaccination is a very important part in the series of efforts to overcome the Covid-19 pandemic. The Covid-19 vaccination is an effort to protect the public, including teenagers, from transmitting the Covid-19 virus, which can cause illness. The purpose of this study was to describe the knowledge of junior high school students about the Covid-19 vaccine. <strong>Methods:</strong> This research is quantitative with a descriptive research design. This research was conducted at State Junior High School 6 Pekanbaru by considering the inclusion criteria, 89 samples were taken using random sampling method. The measuring instrument is a questionnaire that has been tested for validity and reliability. <strong>Results:</strong> Most of the respondents aged 14 years amounted to 44 respondents (49.4%). The number of female respondents was 66 respondents (74.1%) and 23 respondents (25.8%), class VII with 44 respondents (49.4%) and class VIII 45 respondents (50.6%), all respondents have had the Covid-19 vaccine and there is data that from class VII as many as 10 respondents (11.2%) and from class VIII as many as 8 respondents (8.9%) had been infected with Covid-19. The results showed that the level of knowledge of Junior High School Students about the Covid-19 Vaccine was 71 respondents (79.7%) with good knowledge, 16 respondents (17.9%) with sufficient knowledge and 2 respondents (2.2%) with less knowledge. <strong>Conclusion:</strong> The average junior high school student is well-informed about the Covid-19 Vaccine.</em></p> 2023-12-28T08:17:55+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Pintha Ulina Damanik http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/347 Hubungan Pekerjaan dengan Tingkat Stres Orang Tua dalam Mendampingi Pembelajaran Anak 2024-01-02T05:52:27+00:00 Melania Wahyuningsih Wahyuningsih melania@respati.ac.id Luh Putu Dona Sintya Pratiwi LuhPutuDonaSintyaPratiwi@gmail.com Endang Nurul Syafitri EndangNurulSyafitri@gmail.com <p><em>Accompany elementary school children in learning is crucial because first-graders experience transition from preschool to primary school. During the transition period, parents might face challenges as they need to divide their time to work and accompany their children’s learning. This might result in stress as the changes or the demands of work and daily life can cause disruptions and thoughts. The preliminary study revealed that 80% of parents often have trouble relaxing, get irritated easily, spend so much energy worrying, get angry easily, find it hard to be patient, and get easily agitated. Research Objective to find out the correlation of work with stress levels of parent in accompany children’s learning at SD Negeri Sempu and SD Negeri Pokoh . This </em><em>study was </em><em>non-experimental quantitative research applied an analytical observational method with a cross-sectional design. A total sampling technique was used to obtain samples from 56 people. The research instruments were the DASS-42 questionnaire and closed questions relating to job classification. The bivariate analysis used the Theta Test. The results showed that parents who accompany their children's learning at SD Negeri Sempu and SD Negeri Pokoh 1 were mostly female, and they were helped by their mothers. Most of them were housewives and experienced mild stress. The result of the Theta test at SD Negeri Sempu was</em> <em>0.037 and at SD Negeri Pokoh 1 was 0.041. There was a very weak correlation of work with stress levels of parent in accompany children’s learning at SD Negeri Sempu and SD Negeri Pokoh 1.</em></p> 2023-12-29T04:13:49+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Melania Wahyuningsih Wahyuningsih http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/418 Knowledge and support from health workers are related to triple elimination examinations in pregnant women 2024-01-02T05:52:08+00:00 Fitri Dyna fitri.dyna@payungnegeri.ac.id Veni Dayu Putri VeniDayuPutri@gmail.com M. Zul’ Irfan M.ZulIrfan@gmail.com Rika Bazri RikaBazri4@gmail.com <p><em>Pregnant women are a population at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B and syphilis. The prevalence of HIV/ AIDS infection in pregnant women is 0.3%, syphilis is 1.7% and hepatitis B is 2.5%. 90% of these infectious diseases are transmitted directly to the baby which can occur during pregnancy, childbirth and during breastfeeding. Maternal to infant elimination from HIV/AIDS, syphilis and hepatitis B can be done with triple elimination. The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between knowledge, support of health workers and triple elimination examination in pregnant women. Correlation descriptive research design. Research was conducted in the working area of the Sedinginan Health Center</em><em> country Rokan Hilir. </em><em>The population in this study was all pregnant women in the working area of the Sedinginan Health Center. The study sample totaled 242 people. Data analysis using the chi square test. The results of the study have a knowledge relationship with triple elimination examination </em><em>(p = 0,000), </em><em>there is a relationship between health worker support and triple elimination examination</em><em> (p = 0,000). </em><em>It is expected for health workers to be able to carry out health promotion about triple elimination examinations, especially in pregnant women.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; </em></p> 2023-12-29T05:52:54+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Fitri Dyna http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/415 Analysis of the Quality of Liquid Waste at the Besemah Regional General Hospital, Pagar Alam City 2024-01-02T05:51:42+00:00 Maria Ulfah Ulfa ulfah.maria449@gmail.com Yugi Nurmansyah YugiNurmansyah@gmail.com <p><em>Management of medical and non-medical waste in hospitals is very important for the comfort and cleanliness of hospitals because it can break the chain of transmission of infectious diseases, especially nosocomial infections.</em><em>This research is a Quasi Experiment. The sample of experiment is 5 liquid waste sample. This sampling technique is using purposive sampling. This research was conducted in May-June 2023.The results of the study are based on the results of laboratory tests at BTKLPP class 1 Palembang from 5 samples and 4 parameters pH, TSS, Phosphate while those that did not meet the requirements were 2 samples in total coliform because they exceeded the quality standard limits set by the Minister of Environment and Forestry Regulation No. 68 of 2016.It can be concluded from 5 samples and 4 parameters pH, TSS, Phosphate and Coliform that meet the requirements in accordance with the quality, while those that do not meet the requirement is that there are 2 samples in total coliform because it exceeds the quality standard limit set by Permen LHK No. 68 of 2016. It is hoped that the hospital should need to add an indicator tub and fish in the tub, so they can find out whether the results of waste management the hospital does not contain toxic and radioactive chemicals, before being discharged into the environment around the hospital.</em></p> 2023-12-29T07:11:22+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Maria Ulfah Ulfa, Yugi Nurmansyah http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/424 Environmental Sanitation in Islam (Case Study of the Use of Healthy Latrines among Residents in the Lumpatan Community Health Center Working Area, Musi Banyuasin Regency) 2024-01-02T05:52:41+00:00 Rahmi Musaddas rahmimusaddas84@gmail.com Putri Carolina PutriCarolina@gmail.com <p><em>Environmental sanitation is an important concept in Islam which teaches to maintain cleanliness and health, because cleanliness is part of faith. Sanitation also refers to maintaining hygienic conditions through efforts to provide facilities and services for the disposal of human waste such as urine and feces. Poor sanitation conditions will have a negative impact on many aspects of life, starting from the decline in the quality of the community's living environment, contamination of drinking water sources for the community, increasing the number of diarrhea cases and the emergence of several diseases. In the Lumpatan Community Health Center working area, there are still many residents who do not have their own toilets at home and still carry out defecation activities in the river using bong toilets. This research is quantitative research, using a cross sectional method. This research was conducted from 8 to 13 June 2022 at the Lumpatan Community Health Center, Musi Banyuasin Regency. The population in this study was 11,141 families. Next, to determine the sample per village using purposive sampling. The results of the research found that 71 respondents (71.7%) did not have healthy toilets, 64 respondents (64.6%) had poor knowledge, 60 respondents (64.6%) had a supportive attitude, 55 respondents (60.6%) had low income. .6%), low education 61 respondents (61.6%), good role of health workers 59 respondents (59.6%), support from community figures who support 55 respondents (55.6%), and respondents who do not work 64 respondents (64.6%).</em></p> 2023-12-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Rahmi Musaddas, Putri Carolina http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/411 The Relationship between Stroke History and Patient Independence 2024-01-08T01:48:55+00:00 Giri Widakdo giriwae@gmail.com Naryati giriwidakdo@umj.ac.id Nuraenah giriwidakdo@umj.ac.id Aisyah giriwidakdo@umj.ac.id Ineke Kusumo Waluyo giriwidakdo@umj.ac.id Dian Rusdiana DianRusdiana@gmail.com Fathia Inasya Ayuningtyas FathiaInasyaAyuningtyas@gmail.com <p><em>The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between stroke history and self efficacy patient at the Jakarta Islamic Hospital. The method used is descriptive analytic with a cross-sectional approach. Multiple logistic regression analysis (multivariate) showed &nbsp;that patients with recurrent strokes are at risk of decreasing independence by 3.95 times compared to patients with first strokes.. Conclusion: there is a relationship between history of stroke and self efficacy after controlling for the patient's age, gender and cognitive problems. Stroke patients with a history of first-time attacks can anticipate and prevent recurrent strokes from various factors that cause them in order to reduce the decline in its independence.</em></p> 2024-01-05T03:03:07+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Giri Widakdo, Naryati, Nuraenah, Aisyah, Ineke Kusumo Waluyo, Dian Rusdiana, Fathia Inasya Ayuningtyas http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/398 Deep Breathing Relaxation Exercises To Decrease The Scale Of Pain in Mothers Post Sectio Caesarea 2024-01-08T01:49:33+00:00 Rina Mariani - rinadainang@gmail.com <p><em>The problem with postoperative section caesarean (SC) patients that often arises is pain.</em> <em>Pain is especially felt on the first and second day, so the patient needs help fulfilling their daily needs.</em> <em>This study aims to determine the effect of deep breathing relaxation on post sc patient pain.</em> <em>The research was carried out at Ryacudu Hospital in July-October 2018. The research design was a quasy experiment with a pre-post test design with a control group.</em> <em>The research sample was 78 respondents who were divided into two, namely the intervention group and the control group.</em> <em>The independent variables studied were deep breathing relaxation as the independent variable and pain as the dependent variable.</em> <em>The analysis used is the independent t test.</em> <em>The results of the study, 70.5% of respondents aged 20-35 years, 55.1% secondary education, 66.7% first parity, and 73.1% first surgery experience.</em> <em>There was a decrease in the average pain score in the intervention group from 6.23 to 3.41 and in the control group from 5.64 to 4.59.</em> <em>The result is that there is a significant effect of deep breathing relaxation exercises on reducing the pain scale of postoperative SC patients, p = 0.000.</em> <em>Provision of deep breathing relaxation is very appropriate for postoperative SC patients</em></p> 2024-01-05T06:08:18+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Rina Mariani - http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/291 Analisis Risiko Low Back Pain Selama Pembelajaran Daring Di Stikes Dona Palembang 2024-01-08T01:50:10+00:00 muhammad ariq dwi rizky paganini Ariq ariqdw12@gmail.com Nani Sari Murni NaniSariMurni@gmail.com Arie Wahyudi ArieWahyudi@gmail.com <p><em>The Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19) pandemic, the problems faced by various countries, is the main cause of education problems. In breaking the chain of transmission/spread of this virus, the Indonesian government has made various policies, one of which is about learning boldly. UNESCO (2020) implemented a national shutdown, leaving more than half of the world's students unable to go to school. This study aims to determine the risk analysis of Low Back Pain (LBP) in students during courageous learning at STIK Dona Palembang in 2022. It was carried out in May - June 2022. This study was quantitative with a cross sectional design, the population of this study was STIK Dona students. Palembang returned 90 samples. Data collection and retrieval using a questionnaire. The results of statistical analysis using Chi-Square statistical tests and logistic regression showed that there was a significant relationship (p value &lt; 0.05) for the variable stretching during college (0.000), length of time in college (0.038), physical activity (0.000), length of time virtual meeting (0.005), and body position during lecture (0.000). There is no relationship between sex variables (0.323). From the results of multivariate statistical tests, it was found that the dominant risk factor for LBP in students who survived studying was body position when studying (p = 0.001; OR = 8.328). It is recommended for the academic community to socialize to students during learning to maintain body posture when conducting virtual meeting lectures to teach how to sit in an ergonomic position.</em></p> 2024-01-06T07:59:55+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 muhammad ariq dwi rizky paganini Ariq http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/280 Analysis of the Risk of Dental Caries in Class II Students of SD Negeri 141 Palembang City 2024-01-08T01:50:54+00:00 lady meilarisa meilarisa.lady@gmail.com Ali Harokan AliHarokan@gmail.com Dewi Suryanti DewiSuryanti@gmail.com <p><em>The prevalence of dental caries in school-age children in South Sumatra is not known, as well as in the city of Palembang. Untreated dental caries can have a negative impact on student health. Quantitative research using analytic survey method through cross sectional approach and involving as many as 90 respondents with total sampling technique conducted in Class II SD Negeri 141 Palembang City. The analysis used the Chi-Square statistical test with a significance degree of p-value &lt;0.05. The results obtained from 90 respondents mostly female 55 (61.1%), working parents 88 (97.8%), high maternal education status 72 (80%), good cariogenic diet pattern 70 (77.8 %), good oral hygiene index 70 (77.8%), good toothbrushing habits 63 (70%), good dental plaque index 70 (77.8%), non-acidic saliva 65 (72.2%), knowledge 62 (68.9%), dental and oral examinations were the same as 45 (50%), had attended health education 80 (88.9%), and 71 (78.9%) did not experience dental caries. There is no relationship between indirect variables: Gender (0.638), Parents' occupation (0.380), and Mother's education (1,000). Direct variables: There is a relationship between oral hygiene index (0.000), toothbrushing habits (0.000), dental plaque index (0.000), salivary acidity (0.000), knowledge (0.045), there is no relationship between cariogenic diet patterns (1,000). Health service variables: There is a relationship between dental and oral health counseling (0.032), there is no relationship between dental and oral examinations (1,000). Oral hygiene index is the most influential variable (p-value = 0.000). The school can work together with the puskesmas or health institution to create a program for regular dental check-ups and dissemination of knowledge about dental caries and involve parents. In addition, students can be given interesting books, or posters that display about dental caries and the importance of maintaining oral hygiene.</em></p> 2024-01-06T08:11:26+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 lady meilarisa, Ali Harokan, Dewi Suryanti http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/388 Analysis Of Patient Satisfaction On The Quality Of Service 2024-01-08T01:51:28+00:00 Andi Pradana Putra andiperdanaputra.app@gmail.com Dianita Ekawati dianita_ekawati@yahoo.co.id Akhmad Dwi Priyatno akhmaddwi.binhus@gmail.com <p><em>The level of satisfaction from the quality of service depends on the expectations of the community. One of the government's efforts in measuring the performance of public services is to compile an index of community satisfaction with public services that has been established through the RI MENPAN regulation number Kep/25/M.PAN/2/2004 concerning Guidelines for compiling a community satisfaction index. This study aims to find out the analysis of patient satisfaction on the quality of service in the Inpatient Installation Room of the Sekayu Regional General Hospital in 2023. It will be carried out in May - June 2022. This is a quantitative research with a cross-sectional design, the population of this study is the number of patient visits in the Inpatient Installation room RUD Sekayu, totaling 1470 patients, a sample of 94 respondents. Collection and retrieval of data using a questionnaire. The results of the statistical test analysis used the Chi-Square statistical test and multiple logistic regression where the results showed that there was a significant relationship (p value &lt;0.05) for the variables of domicile (p=0.033), gender (p=0.005), age (p=0.029 ), tangible (p=0.022), and empathy (p=0.033). There is no relationship between education (p=0.233), occupation (p=0.586), reliability (p=0.864), assurance (p=0.886), and responsiveness (p=0.765). From the results of multivariate statistical tests, the dominant factor for patient satisfaction with complete basic immunization was the role of health workers (p= 0.001; OR= 3.795). It is hoped that health workers in the Sekayu Regional Hospital will maintain health services for patients, especially the tangible and empathetic aspects to increase patient satisfaction.</em></p> 2024-01-06T08:39:41+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Andi Pradana Putra, Dianita Ekawati, Akhmad Dwi Priyatno http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/402 E-Health Literacy Skills in Hypertension Sufferers 2024-01-08T01:52:12+00:00 Hapita Nirwani hapita.nirwani0409@student.unri.ac.id Wice Purwani Suci WicePurwaniSuci@gmail.com Rismadefi Woferst RismadefiWoferst@gmail.com Stephanie Dwi Guna StephanieDwiGuna@gmail.com <p>Hypertension is a type of chronic disease with high morbidity and mortality rates and can be reduced by implementing self-management. Success in managing hypertension can be done with the individual's ability to find information. Efforts to obtain information related to health care are carried out by utilizing information technology in the form of the internet. Individual efforts to access information related to treatment and health care through the internet is called e-health literacy. The purpose of this research is to determine the ability of e-health literacy in hypertensive patients in working area of the Rejosari Health Center. This research is quantitative with a descriptive research design. A sample of 90 respondents used a purposive sampling technique. The instrument used is an e-heals questionnaire which has been tested for validity and reliability. The results of the research illustrate that the majority of respondents had low e-health literacy as many as 51 people (56,7%) and high e-health literacy as many as 39 people (43,3%).</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2024-01-06T09:00:19+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Hapita Nirwani http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/404 Effectiveness of Range of Motion Exercises in the Upper Extremities on Muscle Strength in Post-Acute Stroke Patients 2024-01-08T07:31:25+00:00 Elpriska Priska Lppmgleni@gmail.com <p><em>Stroke is a clinical syndrome of disorders of brain function partly or wholly caused by interruption of blood supply to the brain. Stroke can affect bodily functions, such as motor deficits in the form hemiparese (weakness of one side of the body) a good treatment of the condition hemiparese can help prevent complications, improve patients' ability in performing daily activities and improve the quality of life of patients. </em><em>Treatment can be given to the form of Exercise Range Of Motion (ROM). Range Of Motion Exercise is an exercise isotonis used to prevent muscle contractures or the occurrence of atrophy, maintains muscle tone, strength and muscle function and prevent its problems occur due to reduced movement. This study aims to identify the effectiveness of the Range Of Motion exercise on upper limb of muscle strength in patients with post stroke in the Neurology Hospital Room</em><em> Melati Perbaungan.</em><em>. This research using this type of study Quasi-Experimental pre and post test without a control group. </em><em>The population in this study were all post-acute stroke patients who experience muscular weakness. The number of samples in this study as many as 10 people, the sampling technique is done by using purposive sampling. Range Of Motion Exercises are given as much as 2 times a day for a week. Evaluation research conducted on the first day and seventh for the group. The collected data were analyzed using paired t test test using a computerized program with α = 0.05. The results showed upper limb muscle strength increased significantly (p = 0.000) after being given a workout with an average increase of 0.90. This means Range Of Motion exercise effective against the increase in muscle strength of patients after stroke. This study suggested to the nurse to provide training for Range Of Motion as a standalone intervention nurses in nursing care of stroke patients.</em></p> <p><em><br>Keywords: Range Of Motion Exercises, Muscle Strength, Post Stroke Patients</em></p> 2024-01-06T16:24:47+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Elpriska Priska http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/405 Internet Addiction in Nursing Students 2024-01-09T04:15:21+00:00 Santi Rinjani santi.rinjani@bku.ac.id Winasari Dewi santi.rinjani@bku.ac.id Andri Nugraha santi.rinjani@bku.ac.id <p><em>Internet technology serves as a means of communication, business, health, learning and interaction and is equipped with various interesting features that cause users to linger in front of a computer or gadget. Excessive internet use has an impact, especially on mental health conditions. People with young age such as students have a more emotional relationship with social media, feel anxious when they cannot be online, have difficulty relaxing at bedtime for fear of missing out if there is a message. The purpose of the study was to identify the level of internet addiction in college students. This research method uses a quantitative descriptive research method design. Data collection using a questionnaire. Data analysis using univariate analysis. The results showed that of the 68 respondents, most respondents (60.3%) experienced mild internet addiction and a small proportion of respondents (19.11%) experienced moderate internet addiction. The conclusion of this study is that the level of internet addiction in nursing students is at a mild-moderate level.</em></p> 2024-01-09T04:12:09+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Santi Rinjani http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/275 Analysis of Clean and Healthy Living Behavior with the Occurrence of Diarrhea at Community Health Center 23 Ilir 2024-01-16T04:19:52+00:00 Amirah Dhia Nabila Sinum sinum amirahsinum@gmail.com Ali Harokan AliHarokan@gmail.com Dewi Suryanti DewiSuryanti@gmail.com <p><em>Diarrhea is still a major health problem in developing countries, especially in Indonesia. One of the ways to prevent diarrhea is by implementing a Clean and Healthy Lifestyle (PHBS) for the family. However, PHBS in Indonesia is still below the national target, as is the 23 Ilir Health Center. This study aims to determine the analysis of clean and healthy living behavior with the incidence of diarrhea at Puskesmas 23 Ilir Palembang in 2022. It was carried out in May - June 2022. This study was quantitative with a cross sectional design, the population of this study were mothers who had toddlers at Puskesmas 23 Ilir. Palembang returned 91 samples. Data collection and retrieval using a questionnaire. The results of statistical analysis using Chi-Square statistical tests and logistic regression where the results showed there was a significant relationship (p value &lt;0.05) for the variable exclusive breastfeeding (0.01) with the incidence of diarrhea in children under five. There is no relationship between the variables weighing toddlers every month (0.22), using clean water (0.069), washing hands with soap and clean water (0.072), and using healthy latrines (0.583). From the results of multivariate statistical tests, it was found that the dominant factor for clean and healthy living behavior with the incidence of diarrhea in toddlers was exclusive breastfeeding (p = 0.000; OR = 5,135). It is recommended for health workers to provide counseling about the importance of exclusive breastfeeding related to the incidence of diarrhea in toddlers.</em></p> 2024-01-16T04:13:38+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 amirah dhia nabila sinum sinum http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/406 The Relationship between Social Support and Physical Activity and the Quality of Life of Elderly People with Hypertension 2024-01-30T09:03:22+00:00 ruslan ramli feelsgood666777@gmail.com Teten Tresnawan TetenTresnawan@gmail.com Femy Melia Rahmawati FemyMeliaRahmawati@gmail.com <p><em>Hypertension is a condition where there is a persistent increase in blood pressure at systolic and diastolic pressure. Hypertension is suffered by Lanisa which can affect her quality of life. The research objective was to determine the effect of social support and physical activity on quality of life.</em> <em>Social support is an individual's way of interpreting the availability of sources of support that play a role in reducing or suppressing stress symptoms and events. Physical activity is body movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure. Quality of life is a state of how individuals respond physically and emotionally psychologically, socially, work and physically.</em> <em>This type of research is correlational research. The population is elderly people with hypertension in the Nyomplong Village, Working Area of ​​the Pabuaran Health Center, Sukabumi City with a sample of 214 respondents. The sampling technique uses proportional random sampling. Bivariate analysis using Chi square.</em> <em>The results of the hypothesis test showed that there was a relationship between social support and quality of life (p=0.000), there was a relationship between physical activity and quality of life (p=0.000).</em> <em>The conclusion shows that there is a relationship between social support and physical activity on the quality of life of elderly people with hypertension</em></p> 2024-01-30T09:02:33+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 ruslan ramli, Teten Tresnawan , Femy Melia Rahmawati http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/199 Relationship between the habit of consuming cariogenic foods and the incidence of caries in school children 2024-02-01T04:23:50+00:00 Donny Hendra DonnyHendra@gmail.com Ifon Driposwana Putra IfonDriposwana@gmail.com <p><em><span lang="EN-US">Caryogenic foods are foods that contain fermented carbohydrates, sticky and easily destroyed in the mouth, causing a decrease inplaque pH to 5.5 or less and stimulating the occurrence of the caries process. Dental caries is the destruction of the hard tissues of the teeth caused by acids present in carbohydrates through the intermediary of microorganisms present in saliva. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between the habit of consuming karyogenic foods with the incidence of caries in school-age children at SDN 101 Pekanbaru. The type of research used is quantitative by using a descriptive design. The population in this study was grade IV-A students of SDN 101 Pekanbaru with a total of 35 students. Sampling technique by meansof total sampling. Data collection using questionnaires, the collected data is then processed and analyzed using Microsoft Excel and SPSS programs. The results of the study on the habit of consuming karyogenic foods as many as 21 respondents (60%) high, 14 respondents (40%) low. The incidence of dental caries was 20 respondents (57.1%) caries, 15 respondents (42.9%) did not caries. Data analysis includes univariate analysis by looking for frequency distribution, bivariate analysis with Chi-Square test(α0.5) to find out the relationship between variables. The results showed that based on the results of the Chi-Square test obtained a value of p0.407The conclusion of this study is that there is a relationship between consuming karyogenic foods and the incidence of caries in school children</span> <span lang="EN-US">at SDN 101 Pekanbaru</span></em></p> 2024-02-01T04:20:23+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Donny Hendra, Ifon Driposwana Putra http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/127 Relationship of Passive Range of Motion (ROM) Exercise with Upper Extremity Muscle Strength in Non-Hemorrhagic Stroke Patients 2024-02-06T21:57:16+00:00 Havija Sihotang HavijaSihotang@gmail.com Endang Veronika Boru Purba EndangVeronikaBoruPurba@gmail.com <p>Non-hemorrhagic stroke is a disorder caused by ischemia, thrombosis, embolism and narrowing of the lumen. One of the impacts that occurs in stroke patients is experiencing weakness on one side of the body affected by the stroke. This weakness can cause imbalance and difficulty when walking due to problems with muscle strength, balance and movement coordination. Complications due to immobilization can be prevented and further disability can be avoided, one of these interventions is Range of Motion (ROM) range of motion exercises. The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between passive ROM training and upper extremity muscle strength in non-hemorrhagic stroke patients in the neurology ward at RSUD. Dr. Pirngadi Medan. This type of research is a correlation with a cross sectional approach with a sample size of 18 respondents. The aim of this research is to determine the relationship between passive ROM exercises and upper extremity muscle strength in non-hemorrhagic stroke patients in the neurology inpatient ward at RSUD. Dr. Pirngadi Medan. This type of research is a correlation with a cross sectional approach with a sample of 18 respondents. The research results showed that the muscle strength of respondents in the neurology inpatient room increased by 16 people (88.9%). Passive ROM exercises were carried out by 16 people (88.9%). Obtaining a value of p=0.000 (α=0.05) with a comparison of p&lt;0.05, it can be decided that Ha failed to be rejected, which means there is a relationship between passive range of motion (ROM) training and upper extremity muscle strength in non-hemorrhagic stroke patients in the room. Neurology inpatient hospital. Dr. Pirngadi Medan. It is hoped that nurses can increase ROM exercises more intensively in stroke patients in order to increase the patient's muscle strength, both hand muscles and leg muscles. Using standard operating procedures for special treatment using ROM so that the results obtained can be maximal and uniform for all muscle strength problems.</p> 2024-02-06T21:53:57+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Havija Sihotang, Endang Veronika Boru Purba http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/288 The Relationship between Perceptions about Covid-19 and Compliance with the Implementation of Adapting New Habits to Prevent Corona Virus Transmission 2024-02-06T22:42:55+00:00 Rahmat Hidayat rahmat.hidayat6601@student.unri.ac.id Bayhakki Bayhakki2@gmail.com Darwin Karim DarwinKarim@gmail.com <p><em>The purpose of this research is to determine the relationship between perceptions about covid-19 and compliance with the application of new habits to prevent the corona virus in sungaisibam village, pekanbaru city</em><em>. This research used descriptive correlation design with cross sectional approach. The Study was conducted in sungaisibam village, Pekanbaru city on 139 people who applied the adaptation of new habits and were taken through purposive sampling by taking into account the inclusion criteria. The measuring instrument was questionnaire that had been tested for validity and reliability. The analysis used are univariate and bivariate used alternative Chi Square Test. The Result of the study show that there is a significant relationship between perception and compliance with application of new habit adaptations to prevent transmission of the corona virus (p value 0,029). The result of this study recommend to the community in the sibam river to increase compliance with the adaptation of new habits, in the form of applying The 5M (Washing hands, using mask, avoiding crowds, keeping distance and reducing mobility)</em></p> 2024-02-06T22:40:37+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Rahmat Hidayat http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/292 The relationship between blood control and the quality of life of diabetes mellitus sufferers during the COVID-19 pandemic 2024-02-06T23:14:01+00:00 Windasari - windasari0290@student.unri.ac.id Yesi Hasneli yesi_zahra@yahoo.com Widia Lestari widia.lestari@lecturer.unri.ac.id <p><em>Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterized by hyperglycemia caused by the inability of the pancreas to secrete insulin, impaired insulin action, or both. The management of diabetes mellitus were blood glucose control and improve quality of life. The purpose of this research was to know the correlation correlation blood glucose control with quality of life in diabetes mellitus patient during COVID-19 pandemic. The type of this research was quantitative research with cross sectional approach. The sample were 143 respondents that chased by inclusion criteria used purposive sampling technique. Instrument used questionnaires. The analysis was univariate to know the frequency of distribution and bivariate used chi square test α (0,05). The result showed there was correlation blood glucose control with quality of life in diabetes mellitus patient during COVID-19 pandemic (p value 0,001). Based on the results of the study it’s expected for health services can provided information and identify family support issues, blood glucose control and quality of life with efforts to improved health care in diabetic patients. Therefore, it can improved optimal treatment.</em></p> 2024-02-06T23:11:27+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Windasari -, Yesi Hasneli, Widia Lestari http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/298 Case Study: Application of Seft Therapy (Spiritual Emotional Freedom Technique) on Sleep Pattern Disorders in Post-Op Laparotomy Patients 2024-02-06T23:36:56+00:00 wira sasmita wira.sasmita0423@student.unri.ac.id Misrawati Misrawati@gmail.com Sarina Dewi SarinaDewi@gmail.com <p><em>Laparotomy is an operation performed to open the abdomen with an indication of a mass in the abdomen or bleeding. Post laparotomy surgery can cause complications such as infection and bleeding. The process of disease occurrence can affect sleep so that it prevents sleep and has an impact on sleep patterns. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of SEFT (Spiritual Emotional Freedom Technique) therapy on disturbed sleep patterns in post-laparotomy clients. This research method uses a case study with a nursing care approach to Ny. M with sleep pattern disorders includes the provision of SEFT therapy interventions. Several studies related to SEFT therapy in sleep disorders have proven its effectiveness. The provision of nursing care is carried out on post-laparotomy clients with disturbed sleep patterns which is carried out for five days with a duration of 15-20 minutes of therapy, by measuring the results of sleep quality using the PSQI questionnaire before (the first day of therapy) and after (the next day after therapy). ). After the administration of SEFT therapy showed that the client's sleep quality improved. Based on the results of the application of nursing care, it is recommended that the next case study is expected to be used as a reference in similar case studies and be used as a reference for improvement in further research, as well as evaluations to focus more on clients when giving interventions so that therapy results are maximized.</em></p> 2024-02-06T23:33:46+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 wira sasmita http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/367 Qualitative Study of Complementary Management of Pregnancy Constipation at TPBM Banyuwangi 2024-02-07T00:07:19+00:00 Nuristy Brillian Ainindyahsari Winarna nuristybrillian02@gmail.com Linda Anggrahayu LindaAnggrahayu@gmail.com <p><em>One of the complaints during pregnancy that is often experienced is constipation, this is due to the influence of the hormone progesterone which affects intestinal peristalsis. If left untreated it can cause hemorrhoids during pregnancy. This study aims to analyze the causes of constipation in pregnant women in the Sukowidi Banyuwangi area. The method used was qualitative with a phenomenological approach from 14 participants, namely 5 mothers, 5 husbands, 3 biological parents, and 1 midwife using in-depth interviews and then analyzed manually. The interview results obtained from the 5 participants said they had experienced constipation during pregnancy, during constipation the mother said she rarely ate foods that were high in fiber so that constipation took longer to resolve. Mothers feel sad and anxious during constipation because they cannot do normal activities, but mothers get full support from their husbands and parents by easing the work that mothers do every day at home such as washing, cooking, and cleaning the house. Efforts to overcome constipation during pregnancy, pregnant women increase water consumption at least 12 glasses per day so that the digestive process in the intestines becomes better. In addition, mothers should eat more high-fiber foods such as apples, pears, kiwi fruit and papaya fruit. Providing comprehensive education can prevent constipation during pregnancy</em></p> 2024-02-07T00:02:33+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Nuristy Brillian Ainindyahsari Winarna http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/383 Corelation Of Age And Parity Of Pregnant Mothers In Trimester III With Knowledge Level Of New Birth Care 2024-02-07T00:36:25+00:00 Norwidya Priansiska wiwid.cia@gmail.com Fitria Sri Wulan HadiNingsih FitriaSriWulanHadiNingsih@gmail.com <p><em>Background One of the signs that a healthy baby is a baby who is experiencing growth according to his age. Growth is more emphasized on increasing physical size, which is becoming bigger or more mature in shape, such as increasing in weight, height, and head circumference. Therefore, newborns need optimal care for future survival. Research Objectives Knowing the Relationship between Age and Parity of Third Trimester Pregnant Women with Knowledge Levels of Newborn Care at at Public Health Center Baamang unit I in 2022. This study uses quantitative methods. Which was carried out at at Public Health Center Baamang unit I in June 2022 with a sample of 31 people using accidental sampling technique from secondary and primary data. Independent variables and dependent variables.</em></p> <p><em>Results The factors for the age of pregnant women, namely 20-35 years were 18 people (58%) and the age of pregnant women &gt;35 years was 6 people (19%), parity of primiparous and multiparous pregnant women, each of which included 14 people (45%) and parity of grande multiparous pregnant women is 3 people (10%), the level of knowledge of mothers with sufficient knowledge is 15 people (48%) and the level of knowledge of pregnant women with good knowledge is 4 people (13%), age with knowledge level of pregnant women pregnant women aged 20-35 years with sufficient knowledge as many as 9 people (29%), pregnant women aged&gt; 35 years with good and sufficient knowledge as much as 1 person (3.2 %), parity with knowledge level of primiparous and multiparous pregnant women with less knowledge and 8 people (25.8%), while the minority of primiparous and grande multiparous pregnant women with good knowledge were 1 person (3.2%).</em></p> 2024-02-07T00:34:36+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Norwidya Priansiska http://jurnal.payungnegeri.ac.id/index.php/healthcare/article/view/152 Description Of The Characteristic Of Family Planning Service Users Regarding Continued Use Modern Contraceptive In Riau Province 2024-02-13T06:29:14+00:00 Mustika Hana Harahap MustikaHanaHarahap@gmail.com Tengku Hartian TengkuHartian@gmail.com Siska Mulyani SiskaMulyani@gmail.com Afrida Sriyani Harahap AfridaSriyaniHarahap@gmail.com <p><em>According to BKKBN, active family planning among PUS in 2019 was 62.5%, a decrease from the previous year, namely 63.27%. Meanwhile, the RPJMN target to be achieved in 2019 is 66%. The 2017 IDHS results also show a higher figure for active family planning, namely 63.6%. The highest active family planning was in Bengkulu, namely 71.4% and the lowest was in West Papua at 25.4%. This research is descriptive with a quantitative design using secondary data, namely the 2019 SKAP Data for Riau Province. Based on the 2019 SKAP data, it can be concluded that the majority of acceptors are aged 35-39 years, amounting to 268 (18%), acceptors have a high school education, namely 487 (39%), the acceptor's occupation is non-working/IRT, namely 770 (61.7%), the upper wealth index is 484 (38.8), the place of residence of the acceptors is in rural areas 735(59%), 557 (55.9%) of the WUS acceptors who have ≥3 ideal children, do not know any modern contraceptive methods/methods is 144 (11.5%), EFA acceptors do not know any modern family planning tools/methods, namely 6 (0.6%), EFA acceptors obtain family planning information from the mass media 93.2%, EFA acceptors obtain family planning information from the mass media namely television 91.1%, officers who provide family planning information are midwives/nurses namely 725 (77.5%), EFA acceptors get information about family planning through institutions are community organizations 64.1%, WUS acceptors use 3 month injectable contraceptives namely 170 (13, 6%) and EFA acceptors use injectable contraceptives, namely 87 (17%). The majority of acceptors' ages ranged from 35–39 years, totaling 268 (18%).</em></p> 2024-02-13T06:29:14+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Mustika Hana Harahap, Tengku Hartian, Siska Mulyani, Afrida Sriyani Harahap