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The Design of Antenatal Care Visit Behavior of Pregnant Women in Public Health Center of Jember Regency Lailatuz Zakdiyah; Sri Hernawati; Ristya Widi Endah Yani
Health Notions Vol 2, No 8 (2018): August
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (HNST)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (218.628 KB) | DOI: 10.33846/hn.v2i8.243

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Antenatal care service is a health service which is carried out by medical staffs to pregnant women while pregnancy period is based on the minimum service standards. Antenatal care examinations are very important for women's pregnancy health from first trimester to the childbirth. The purpose of this research was to examine the determinants of the antenatal care behavior of pregnant women in the work area of the Kalisat Public Health Center. The respondent 77 people were taken by proportionate stratified random sampling. The instrument used was check list of knowledge, behavior, family support, cadre support, health officer support. The result of logistic regression test showed that there were influence of determinan factors on antenatalcare behavior of pregnant at public health center.Keywords: Antenatal care, Health behavior, Pregnant women
The Development of Web-Based Geographic Information System for Leprosy Prevention Program in Jember Regency in 2019 Yudhi Tri Gunawan; Sri Hernawati; Saiful Bukhori
Health Notions Vol 5, No 12 (2021): December
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Leprosy is a chronic granulomatous infectious disease caused by the obligate intracellular organism Mycobacterium leprae. It affects mainly the skin and peripheral nerves. Moreover, it can cause severe physical disabilities and abnormalities. Jember Regency has not reached the Leprosy Elimination status until 2019 because the prevalence rate was still above 1 per 10,000 population. Based on data from the District Health Office of Jember, the findings of leprosy cases in Jember Regency fluctuate every year. The research objective in developing a web-based Geographic Information System was to display information on visualization of leprosy cases; therefore, it could become the basis for policy considerations for leprosy prevention efforts in Jember Regency. The research method was a Rapid Application Development (RAD) system. The research data and information were collected through interviews and document review. This system was designed for helping users have more accessible access to input data and automation of processing into information for users and visitors. Epidemiological interpretation of leprosy on a visual map could determine the magnitude of the case problem and Primary Health Care’s reach in leprosy prevention.Keywords: geographic information system (GIS); elimination; leprosy
Factors Related to Utilization of Traditional Massage on Elderly in Case of Myalgia by Employing Theory of Anderson Puspita Adie Kurniawati; Rudi Wibowo; Sri Hernawati
Health Notions Vol 3, No 5 (2019): May
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Background: The rate number of myalgia in Bondowoso District is on the fourth ranking (7.21%). Myalgia is commonly suffered and found in elderly people. Some patients of myalgia consumed painkiller for a long time. This consumption might deliver risk of side effect like to cause obstacles in erythrocyte (red blood cells) formation, gastritis, or even osteoporosis. The side effect of chemical medicine causes to most of myalgia patient need to have non-pharmacological therapy, particularly traditional massage. The utilization of traditional massage on those elderly patients which aims to resolve complaints of myalgia in District of Bondowoso is lesser than their medical visit to public health center in approximately 1.75% or about 86 clients per month. Methods: This research was conducted with a cross sectional approach and using chi-square test. The sample size this research was 110 informants and taken by purposive random sampling. Results: The results of this research were 69 informants using traditional massage. Further, informants who has as much income per month > 1,801,406 65 people (59.01%). Most informants know as much informnation abaout traditional massage are 68 people (61.08%). Most informants stated that access to traditional massage sites is easily accessible are 93 people (84.05%). Informants who stated that traditional massage facilities meet the requirements of 62 people (56.4%). The informants stated that the quality of traditional massage fulfilled the quality requirements of 65 people (59.01%). Conclusion: Overall, both the factor of probability and need have relation to the utilization of traditional massage. Moreover, the probability factor (service quality and information) has greater determinant relation to this utilization of traditional massage on elderly people in the case of myalgia in District of Bondowoso. Keywords: traditional massage; myalgia; elderly
An Evaluation on Implemention of STBM Program Pillar 1 to Decrease of Diarrhea at ODF Village (Reinforcing Factors on Precede – Proceed) in Bondowoso District Titit Pramiasih; Sri Hernawati; Isa Ma'rufi
Health Notions Vol 3, No 7 (2019): July
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Diarrhea is still a health problem which is found in almost the whole world, especially in developing countries including to Indonesia. National Strategy Policies of STBM refers to a strategy of acceleration which aims to pursue targets of SDGs. STBM is an integrated action to decrease number of diarrhea incident and to improve hygiene and optimal quality of society life. This research aims to evaluate implementation of program STBM Pillar 1 by identifying factors that are able to influence to behavior of free defecation in ODF Village, Bondowoso District. This study uses a quantitative approach. This type of research is observational analytic using cross-sectional design, to identify the factors that influence the behavior of free defecation which is the cause of the high incidence of diarrhea in ODF villages. The study population was all diarrhea sufferers in the ODF village in Bondowoso district, with a population size of 3293 people. sample size is 350 people selected by cluster random sampling technique. Data was collected through interviews and observations, then analyzed using logistic regression tests. From the research findings, it shows that there were effects of the role of health officers (p-value = 0.006) and village head support (p-value = 0.000) on the behavior of free defecation. Next, the factor of public figure contribution (p-value = 0.304) and religious figure (p-value = 0.268) did not affect to the behavior of free defecation. The researcher recommends that within implementation of STBM program in Bondowoso District must be more focus on the improvement of health officer role and more support from the village head which is completed by clear and appropriate advocacy and regulation. The program of STBM is taken as a program which highlights that society empowerment must keep heading toward STBM principles where the government should completely mobilize existing resources in society, so it will realize independent society to improve their health degree. The village head must also get advocacy in order to be more aware of society health problems. It is hopefully able to make them realize that their duty is not always due to routine activities such as road construction, paving installment, or other physical activities. Keywords: STBM; behavior; ODF village; diarrhea
The Influence of Bioinsecticide Granules of Srikaya (A. Squamosa) and Betel Leaves (P. Beetle) Extract Extracts on Kidney Histopathology in Mice (Mus musculus) Wike Rosalini; Sri Hernawati; Dwi Wahyuni
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 3, No 1 (2020): January
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The use of chemical insecticides in the long term and high frequency will suppress insects (mosquitoes) and vectors to be tolerant until resistant. Reports of resistance from various species of mosquitoes found in multiple countries even occur in Indonesia in Surabaya. This study aimed to analyze the effect of granules bioinsecticides on the mixture of srikaya seeds (A. squamosa) and betel leaf (P. beetle) on the histopathology of mice (M. musculus) using true-experimental (the post-test only group design). Sample taken by simple random sampling and grouped into each control group and the treatment group totaling 25 mice. Data were analyzed using simple linear regression test. The results showed an overall p-value >0.05, meaning that there was no bioinsecticide effect of a mixture of betel leaf granules (Piper beetle) and srikaya seeds (Annona squamosa) on the histopathology of the kidney of mice (Mus musculus). Required safety testing of target animals in addition to mice and a preliminary examination is needed before the research is conducted so that the results are valid Keywords: bioinsecticide; histopatology; Mus musculus