Hidayathillah, Ariska Putri
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Critical Medical and Surgical Nursing Journal (CMSNJ) Vol 4, No 2 (2016): APRIL 2016
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

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Introduction: Diabetes mellitus is a degenerative disease with high prevalence that happens in many countries and high risk of causing death. The objective of this study is to know the effect of decoction by Allium cepa L on blood glucose level regulation in mice with diabetes mellitus.Method: This study was used a true experimental pre post test design with 30 samples, 8-12 weeks old-male mice, and 20-30 grams in weight. The mices were divided into five groups (normal control group, diabetes control group without treatment, treatment group with 3 gram/kg of decoction, treatment group with 4 gram/kg of decoction and treatment group with 5 gram/kg ofdecoction). The independent variable was Allium cepa L decoction (1cc) as a treatment, which is given per oral. Furthermore, the dependent variable was blood glucose level after 7 days treatment with Allium cepa L decoction.Result: The result showed that there were some differences between the treatment group and the diabetes control group without treatment for blood glucose level after giving treatment with Allium cepa L decoction (p<0.005). in other hand, there was no significant result between the normal group and the treatment group for blood glucose level after giving treatment with Allium cepa L decoction 5 gram/kg bb (p>0.005). Allium cepa L contains many substances which has many function to regulate blood glucose level.Discussion: It can be concluded that Allium cepa L decoction (5 gram/kg bb in 1 cc) is adequate for regulating blood glucose level in diabetes mellitus mice after 7 days treatment
Parenting Culture on The Role of Father in Prevention of Stunting in Toddler Januarti, Luluk Fauziyah; Hidayathillah, Ariska Putri
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 2 (2020): July
Publisher : Babali Health

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Introduction: Prevention of stunting in toddler is one of the roles of fathers in protecting against danger. However, most fathers still play a passive role in this regard. Madura culture sees the role of father only as head of families and breadwinner in the family. The purpose of the research is to analyze the effect of parenting culture on the role of fathers in prevention of stunting in toddler. Methods: The research design is observational with cross sectional approach. Exogenous variables are parenting culture while the endogenous variables are the role of fathers and prevention of stunting in toddler. The research population is 230 fathers with a sample of 132 fathers using the cluster sampling method. The research instrument used is a research questionnaire. This research uses statistical test Binary Logistic Regression. Results: The results of the research with the Binary Logistic Regression test showed that the role of father significantly affected the prevention of stunting with the result of sig 0.001 <α 0.05. Parenting culture significantly influences the prevention of stunting in toddler with the result of sig 0.019 <α 0.05. This shows that the role of father will increase the prevention of stunting in toddler, parenting culture will increase the role of father and parenting culture will increase prevention of stunting in toddlers. Conclusion: Parenting culture is beneficial for father in increasing their roles in preventing stunting in toddlers and it is important for nurses to understand their culture before understanding transcultural nursing applied to society.