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Pengaruh Health Education mengenai Penyakit Hipertensi pada Lansia yang Tinggal di Panti Jompo Rahayu, Dian Yuniar Syanti; Usman, Reni Devianti; Nirwana, Nirwana; Firnawati, Firnawati
Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian Vol 10 No 2 (2018): Desember
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari

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Hypertension is still a health problem in the elderly group. As a result of rapid development and a prosperous standard of living, health services can increase life expectancy, so that the number of elderly people increases every year. the increase in age is often followed by an increase in degenerative diseases and other health problems in this group. The general objective of this study was to determine the effect of health education regarding elderly hypertension on the knowledge of the elderly living in the orphanage. This research is a research with a Quasi-experimental approach through the design (Pre-Post Test) One Group Design. The population in this study were all elderly who live in the orphanage. The sample of this study was 57 elderly suffering from hypertension who were taken by total sampling. The results of the research of respondents in this study were there were differences in the effect of health education regarding hypertension on knowledge of the elderly. It is suggested for nursing home nurses to continue with structured health education so that elderly people with hypertension can be treated early.
Tingkat Pemahaman Aseptor KB tentang Penggunaan Alat Kontrasepsi Hormonal Usman, Reni Devianti; Nurfantri, Nurfantri; Indrayana, Maman
Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian Vol 9 No 1 (2017): Juni
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari

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The results of interviews conducted on mothers of hormonal contraceptive users in Lapulu Village working area of Abeli Care Center that they do not know what hormonal contraceptives are and do not know about the contraceptive methods they use in terms of Hormonal Contraceptives, Hormonal Contraceptive Advantages and Disadvantages, Indications and Contraindications of hormonal contraceptives. All they know is just how to delay pregnancy so that the distance of pregnancy is not too close to the low cost. This goal is to obtain a general overview of Family Planning Acceptance Knowledge about the use of hormonal contraceptives in Lapulu Village, Abeli Health Centre, Kendari. This type of research is a descriptive study with a sample of 49 people. The results of this study obtained respondents knowledge about the benefits of hormonal contraceptives obtained results as many as 23 people (46.94%) knowledge while knowledge is less than 26 people (53.06%) while respondents' knowledge of hormonal contraceptive side effects was 16 people (32.65%) knowledge is good while knowledge is less than 33 people (67.35%).
Gangguan Depresi Mayor: Mini Review Hadi, Indriono; Rosyanti, Lilin; Wijayati, Fitri; Usman, Reni Devianti
Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian Vol 9 No 1 (2017): Juni
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari

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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.
Kajian Teoritis Hubungan antara Depresi dengan Sistem Neuroimun Rosyanti, Lilin; Hadi, Indriono; Syahrianti, Syahrianti; Usman, Reni Devianti
Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian Vol 9 No 2 (2017): Desember
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari

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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.