Terapi Oksigen Hiperbarik (HBOT) semakin sering digunakan di berbagai bidang medis, perawatan, dan praktik kesehatan. Menjadi intervensi penting dengan mekanisme tindakan yang tidak dipahami dengan baik. Terapi Oksigen Hiperbarik adalah salah satu metode pengobatan yang dilakukan dengan menyediakan 100% oksigen murni yang dihirup oleh pasien di ruangan khusus dengan udara bertekanan tinggi. Tekanan udara yang meningkat pada ruang Hiperbarik menyebabkan paru pasien menyerap lebih banyak oksigen daripada biasanya, yang dapat membantu menyembuhkan berbagai penyakit. Diharapkan adanya kajian ilmiah, ulasan dan diskusi tentang terapi heperbaric dan pencarian literatur tentang penggunaannya dapat bermanfaat bagi tim medis baik perawat, dokter, pekerja kesehatan lainnya dan masyarakat, sehingga mereka dapat meningkatkan pengetahuan, berdasarkan fisiologi, patologi, fisika, farmakologi, manfaat, indikasi dan perawatan tentang terapi hiperbarik sehingga dapat diterapkan dalam berbagai bidang yang diperlukan.
Religion is one of the protective factors that provides positive results by preventing individuals from engaging in drug abuse. Religion and spirituality can inhibit addiction, and maintain self-control in drug abuse clients. Narcotics that are used continuously will result in a fairly high tolerance, and if the use is stopped it will cause with drawl or withdrawal syndrome. Healing is by means of medical and non-medical rehabilitation, non-medical rehabilitation, one of which is by means of spiritual healing techniques including prayer and dhikr, appearing as a valid Islamic spiritual healing method which is carried out by getting closer to the client to his spirituality and religion. The results of this study, on the pretest measurement results 16 respondents had negative self-control and 12 respondents had positive self-control, then after being given prayer and dzikir therapy treatment for two months, 26 respondents had positive self-control and 2 respondents had negative self-control. Mc Nemar statistical test p value <0.001 less than the value? 0.05, which means that there is an effect of the provision of prayer therapy accompanied by dhikr on client self-control of drug abuse.
Aging reduces physical, psychological and social functioning. Cognitive impairment causes disabilities in daily functions and limits quality of life. In the elderly there is often a partial or total dependence on external assistance or care. The importance of a study to conduct a study on Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) on the Cognitive Aspects and the Level of Independence of the Elderly with a Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) measurement tool, in elderly people living in coastal areas who are part of the assisted blood of the nursing department. The type of research used is descriptive research, in August-December 2018 on the coast of Toronipa. The population in this study were all elderly who live in the Toronipa coastal area of ??Konawe Regency, an assessment instrument that functions to measure functional independence in self-care and mobility and is also used as a criterion in assessing functional ability for 10 minutes and assessing cognitive function in the areas of orientation, memory, attention and calculation, language construction and visuals. Patients score between 0 and 30 points, and cut-offs of 23/24 are usually used to indicate significant cognitive decline. Research result; Analysis on cognitive function: normal category 20 people (40.0%) while cognitive function disorders as many as 30 people (60.0%). The category of the independence level of the elderly, independent in carrying out daily activities as many as 48 people (96.0%), while those who experienced dependence amounted to 2 people (4.0%). The results of the analysis with the Chi Square test, the value of p = 0.510, meaning that the P value is greater than 0 , 05, so that there is no relationship between MCI from a cognitive aspect with the level of independence of the elderly in the coastal area of ??Toronipa.
Depression is an affective, physiologic, cognitive and behavioral disorder that affects regular behaviors and reactions. Depression is an inflammation. Psychoneuroimmunology is a discipline that explores the relationships between the nervous system and immunity and behavior and wellbeing. The emphasis is primarily on the immunological and psychological stress response. The reciprocal direction of contact between nerve, endocrine, and immune systems is suggested by psychoneuroimmunologic studies. In mental illnesses, the immune system is active. Cytokines can develop into depressive disorders in susceptible patients. In infancy trauma as a depression vulnerability. In certain regions of the brain, including the hippocampo, there is an increase in glucocorticoids that is more likely to cause damage in the presence of disturbances in the control of neuro endo cratic responses of patients with depressed HPA axis hyperactivity triggered by hypersecretion of the hypothalamic hormone peptide corticotropin (CRH). The complex relationship between stress, immune and neuroendocrine has been shown by inflammation and the cytokines, which play an important role in controlling the association between stress and depression. The pro-inflammatory cytokines that respond to stress and answers in patients are increased by psychological stress.
Schizophrenia is a major psychiatric disorder characterized by changes in perception, thought, affect, and behavior. Some therapeutic approaches in schizophrenic patients are psychoreligious or psychospiritual therapy. Psychoreligious / psychospiritual therapy will generate self-confidence and a sense of optimism. These two things (self-confidence and optimism) are important for healing from a disease in addition to drug therapy and other medical measures. Al-Quran therapy is a healing therapy and solution for physical, spiritual and social diseases for Muslims. Listening to and reading the Qur'an scientifically has a calming effect, promotes relaxation, and eliminates negative physical and mental disorders, stimulates the release of endorphins in the brain, which has a positive effect on mood and memory, focuses on positive thoughts and experiences, distracts negative thoughts , reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, become a non-pharmacological treatment to complement existing therapies.
Depression is a condition of a person feeling sad, disappointed when experiencing a change, loss, failure and becoming pathological when unable to adapt. Depression is a condition that affects a person affectively, physiologically, cognitively and behaviorally thus changing the usual patterns and responses. Major Depressive Disorder is a heterogeneous disease characterized by feelings of depression, anhedonia, changes in cognitive function, changes in sleep, changes in appetite, guilt that occur over two weeks, described with a loss of interest or pleasure in the usual activity and is a disease with neurobiological consequences involving structural, functional and molecular changes in some areas of the brain. Maladaptive neural responses, social, psychological, and physiological rejections interact with each other with other susceptibility factors, such as a history of depression, life stress levels, genetic factors, will increase a person's susceptibility to depression.
Patients with terminal kidney failure report limitations and physical changes, psychological functions, and weaknesses that have a negative effect on health status and a decrease in survival. Progress in dialysis technology and disease management still raises many complaints both physically and psychologically by increasing the mortality rate of patients undergoing hemodialysis. In 2008, there were about 1.75 million patients worldwide who regularly received kidney replacement therapy in the form of dialysis, about 1.55 (89%) million underwent hemodialysis (HD) and around 197.000 (11%) used peritoneal dialysis (PD). This research explored the experience of hemodialysis patients with physical changes and emotional turmoil. This was a descriptive qualitative research that aimed to reveal broadly and deeply the causes and things that influenced the pattern of life behavior of patients from aspects of sexuality. The study found two categories of themes (1) physical changes and physical complaints: black facial skin, damaged teeth,body thin, body weak, and fatigue. (2) feeling and emotional turmoil: not accepting and fearing death, feeling helpless and useless, apologizing and suggesting that the couple remarry. The exploration experience of physical changes and emotional turmoil of hemodialysis patients were influenced by physical, physiological, psychological, social and spiritual aspects as well as values, cultures that exist in the lives of participants.
When a woman is imprisoned, she will experience a lot of pressure. Prisons create feelings of fear and unpleasant feelings due to bad assumptions and pressures experienced such as beatings, torture, sexual harassment, poor health and very minimal facilities, besides that there is a stigma that will remain attached to someone when they are out of prison. The length of their sentence and isolation from the outside environment has a considerable psychological impact on the mental health of prisoners. The purpose of this study was to determine the anxiety level of female prisoners in prison using the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale (TMAS) Questionnaire. The sample in this study were all 30 female prisoners in prison. Using the descriptive approach method carried out in May-June 2016. The characteristics of respondents with the highest age were 26-35 years (50%), most of the respondents have formal education in SMA (53.33%), and have marriage (87%). The cause of imprisoned is drug usage (70%). The mean and deviation standard of the level of anxiety of female prisoners in prison are moderate anxiety (22.93 ± 3.58), severe anxiety (29.20 ± 5.52) and average mild anxiety (14 , 60 ± 1.14). This is importance for nurses and prison staff to give attention to the anxiety level of women in prison to prevent physical and psychological problems.
Stress and anxiety are reactions to threatening and unpredictable situations such as in a coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Health workers are the most vulnerable to this. Stress-related reactions include changes in concentration, irritability, anxiety, insomnia, reduced productivity, and interpersonal conflict, in subsequent cases, they will experience more severe psychiatric conditions, separation from family, abnormal situation, increased exposure, increased exposure exposure, fear of transmission of COVID-19, feeling of failure in handling a poor prognosis, inadequate technical facilities, PPE, tools and equipment, to help treat patients. Health workers have difficulty maintaining physical and mental health conditions that are at risk of experiencing psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety, severe stress, and fatigue. Other risk factors identified are feelings of being unsupported, concerns about personal health, fear of bringing infections and transmitting them to family members or others, isolated, feeling uncertain, social stigmatization, excessive workload, and feeling insecure when providing care and health in COVID -19 patients.
Wet cupping (alhijamah) is a therapeutic approach that can cure ailments and promote well-being. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of cupping therapy while listening to the Qoran on changes in blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and uric acid. The design used was pre-experimental with One Group Pretest-Posttest design. This research took place at As-syifa Cupping Clinic, Kendari City. The number of research samples is 30 samples of healthy male and female subjects aged 30-60 years. Blood pressure before cupping therapy averaged 10 ± 13.4 after 1 week of therapy, being 4.33 ± 10.72. Then the cholesterol level before therapy was 1.53 ± 507 after 1 week of therapy was 1.03 ± 18, the glucose level before therapy was 2.30 ± 535, after therapy was 2.00 ± 263, the uric acid level before therapy was 1.63 ± 556 after therapy. 1.03 ± 182. The results of statistical tests on blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and uric acid with the paired sample t-test p = 0.000. Cupping therapy while listening to the qoran can reduce blood pressure, cholesterol levels, blood glucose levels and uric acid levels, so it becomes a recommendation for maintaining health.