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GAMBARAN KUALITAS HIDUP PENDERITA KANKER SERVIKS: LITERATUR REVIEW Nunung Nurhayati; Sheilla Dwi Rahmadani; Dewi Marfuah; Astri Mutiar
Journal of Maternity Care and Reproductive Health Vol 3, No 3 (2020): Journal of Maternity Care and Reproductive Health
Publisher : Ikatan Perawat Maternitas Indonesia Provinsi Jawa Barat

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36780/jmcrh.v3i3.141


Kanker serviks terjadi pada leher rahim. Kanker serviks disebabkan oleh Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Kanker serviks adalah salah satu kanker yang menyebabkan kematian utama pada permpuan termasuk di Indonesia. Kanker serviks terjadi permpuan usia produktif 25-54 tahun, terapi yang dilakukan membutuhkan waktu lama dan resiko menimbulkan berbagai efek samping yang mungkin mempengaruhi kualitas hidup pasien.  Literature review ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui gambaran kualitas hidup penderita kanker serviks. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan literature review.  Kualitas artikel diukur menggunakan format dari JBI critical for cross sectional study. Pencarian artikel menggunakan databases: Google Scholar dan PubMed,  dengan kata kunci Quality of Life AND Cervical Cancer. Didapatkan 117 artikel dari Google Scholar, dan 315 artikel dari PubMed.  Kriteria inklusi  termasuk artikel yang di publish dari tahun 2015-2019. Hasil analisis artikel ditemukan gambaran kualitas hidup penderita kanker serviks sangat beragam. Hal tersebut dipengaruhi oleh beberapa faktor yaitu usia, tingkat pendidikan, pekerjaan dan stadium. Faktor lainnya adalah kesehatan fisik, lingkungan sosial dan keluarga, emosional, fungsi dan latar belakang budaya. Terjadi perubahan kualitas hidup pada setiap pasien yang menjalani pengobatan terapi. Diharapkan penelitian ini dapat dijadikan sebagai acuan bagi institusi pendidikan, tenaga kesehatan dan bagi peneliti selanjutnya mengenai kualitas hidup penderita kanker serviks.
Journal of Maternity Care and Reproductive Health Vol 4, No 1 (2021): Journal of Maternity Care and Reproductive Health
Publisher : Ikatan Perawat Maternitas Indonesia Provinsi Jawa Barat

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36780/jmcrh.v4i1.174


Gynecological cancer is one of the most common reproductive health problems. The morbodity and mortality rates of women with gynecologic cancer were increasing. Women with gynecologic cancer have symptoms burden over time. Treatment are needed to support patients in the adaptation process and maintain a balance of well-being while symptoms occur. This article used a literature review with the narrative review method. The article searched were performed on databased PubMed and Google Scholar with the keywords symptoms burden AND management OR intervention. Studies published from 2010 to 2020 are considered for inclusion in this review and using Indonesian and English. Assessment of study quality is carried out in accordance with JBI's critical appraisal and grade recommendation analysis based on EBM. There were 6 articles that matched the criteria, one was a systematic review and the other five had an RCT research design. The results of this review suggest that the most article highlighted psychological symptoms burden. The intervention used to reduce the symptoms burden range from actions that provide a relaxing effect such as reflexology massage, progressive muscle relaxation, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness-based therapy. And there are interventions that focus on developing self-management in handling symptoms such as guided self-determination, psychoeducation and leadership and coaching for health. Thus, nursing care is recommended to be able to make these various intervention happen consistently and developed according to patient needs. 
Effectivity of Mobile Health as Progressive Muscle Relaxation Training Media to Premenstrual Symptoms in Adolescents Dewi Marfuah; Dewi Srinatania; Nunung Nurhayati; Nuraini Fauziah
Risenologi Vol. 6 No. 1a (2021): Seminar Nasional Keperawatan-STIKEP PPNI Jawa Barat
Publisher : Kelompok Peneliti Muda Universitas Negeri Jakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47028/j.risenologi.2021.61a.221


Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a disease characterized by mood or emotional, bodily, and behavioral symptoms of reproductive women that increase in the menstrual cycle during the luteal phase and disappear within a few days after menstruation. Approximately 50% - 80% of reproductive women suffer from PMS (approximately 3% to 8%) can cause severe mood swings, which interfere with their lifestyle and quality of life. Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) is an effective way to achieve a balance between the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous system so  reducing the impact of stress on the body. This study aim to evaluate effectivity of progressive muscle relaxation by mobile health to premenstrual syndrome in adolescent. A quantitative study using a Quasy-experimental with two Group Pre-Posttest design. Samples are 52 adolescents have experience PMS, have reguler menstrual cycle, are able to communicate well, can read and write, have cellphones/other communication tools, and willing be a respondent. Instruments using PSST for Screening of PMS and DRSP for evaluate PMS at experimental and control groups. Experimental Group given PMR by mobile health during 10 days. Bivariat analysis using Mann-Whitney test. The result of study found that grade of PMS at pretest was 15% mild, 38,5% Moderate and Severe among 48,5%. The Mann-Whitney value showed that there was a significant difference found between experimental and control group at level of p <0,001. This is reveals that there was a significant decrease to premenstrual syndrome in the experimental group after PMR. This study showed that there is a strong need for further reproductive health education. So there should be a regular service and health education programme on premenstrual syndrome and  progressive muscle relaxation or exercises at all hospitals or clinic and nurses or another caregivers have an important role to do it.