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Contraception Reduces Breast Milk Protein Level of Breastfeeding Mothers in Jember, East Java, Indonesia Nuzula Irfa Nuriana; FX. Ady Soesetijo; Candra Bumi
Health Notions Vol 4, No 5 (2020): May
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (HNST)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (60.317 KB) | DOI: 10.33846/hn40504

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The protein level of breast milk affected the growth and development of infants. Protein has special function which is irreplaceable by other nutrients to form and protect the body cells. Protein also plays a role as antibody, functions as the body defense mechanism against various diseases and infections. Infant death in Indonesia is mostly caused by respiratory tract infections and diarrhea. Breastfeeding can help to prevent the occurrence of morbidity and mortality of infants and toddlers in which the breast milk contains many essential nutrients needed by the body, one of them is protein. The aim of this research was to analyze the effect of contraception on breast milk protein level of breastfeeding mothers in Jember regency. The design of this research was observational analytic with cross sectional approach, using statistic test of logistic regression. The result of the research showed that the effect of contraception on the protein level of breast milk obtained p-value=0.021 with Exp(B)=566.263. Based on the research, it can be concluded that there was an effect of contraception on breast milk protein level. Keywords: infection; breastmilk protein; contraception
Pelaksanaan Wajib Notifikasi (WiFi) TB di Dinas Kesehatan Kabupaten Jember Fiya Wadudah; Irma Prasetyowati; Candra Bumi
Pustaka Kesehatan Vol 8 No 2 (2020): Volume 8 No. 2, 2020
Publisher : UPT Percetakan dan Penerbitan Universitas Jember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19184/pk.v8i2.20360

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Indonesia mengikuti target eliminasi global yaitu Eliminasi TB 2035 dan Indonesia bebas TB 2050. Tantangan dalam program pengendalian Tuberkulosis di Indonesia adalah banyaknya kasus tuberkulosis yang tidak terdeteksi maupun kasus yang sudah terdeteksi namun belum terlaporkan, sehingga perlu dilakukan perubahan pendekatan penemuan kasus, dari secara pasif menjadi intensif dan aktif. Rumitnya pengisian form TB oleh dokter swasta, membuat rendahnya notifikasi pasien TB. Maka dibuat aplikasi berbasis smartphone yaitu Aplikasi Wajib Notifikasi TB (WiFi) TB yang lebih sederhana dan mudah digunakan. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menggambarkan pelaksanaan wajib noifikasi (WiFi) TB di Dinas Kesehatan Kabupaten Jember. Penelitian ini menggunakan jenis penelitian deskriptif. Sampel penelitian adalah 2 petugas TB. Penelitian ini dianalisis menggunakan analisis deskriptif. Hasil dari penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa gambaran dari aspek input, proses, dan output dalam pelaksanaan wajib notifikasi (WiFi) TB
Evaluasi Cold Chain Management Vaksin di Puskesmas Kabupaten Jember Abdul Syakur; Christyana Sandra; Candra Bumi
Jurnal Manajemen Kesehatan Indonesia Vol 9, No 1 (2021): April 2021
Publisher : Magister Kesehatan Masyarakat, Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat, Universitas Diponegoro

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/jmki.9.1.2021.21-27

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Immunization is the most cost-effective health prevention method to suppress the incidence of vaccine-preventable disease. Immunization Program in Jember district is still not optimal with many vaccine-preventable disease cases found. Another problem found in Jember is the management of logistics vaccine that is still not optimal. Based on the activity plan report of ORI Difteri 2018, it is known that the logistics needs of some vaccines do not comply with the allocation received by Jember regency of the province. This condition This was a descriptive study using questionaire and observations data as well as the documentation study of the annual Report of Health Pharmacy Installation (IFK) year 2019. Respondent to this study were immunization officers at primary health care of Jember District. The result of cold chain management evaluation is known that the most are good enaugh. In some primary health care are still hampered insufficient means so that the maintenance of vaccine is still not optimalBased on the result that cold chain management evaluation, the knowledge officer on cold chain management is still lacking good. In the some primary health care, it is known that the equipment canstraints are unavailable. While in the conformity of temperature only one primary helath care is not recommended. And stirage activities are mostly in accordance with SOP.   
Role of secretome mesenchymal stem cells as immunomodulator in periodontal diseases Desi S. Sari; Ernie Maduratna; Candra Bumi; I-Ketut Sudiana; Fedik A. Rantam
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol. 6 No. 3 (2021): (Available online: 1 December 2021)
Publisher : DiscoverSys Inc.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15562/jdmfs.v6i3.989

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Objective: The purpose of this review literature is to look at the mechanism of mesenchymal stem cell secretome in the regeneration of periodontal tissue.Methods: This literature review was collected from several journals and research that has been done, where the application of Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) promises a favourable result for cell-based therapy in inflammatory diseases, immune system disorders, regeneration, and tissue repair.Results: MSCs possess a potent immunomodulatory function, paracrine effects, and the ability to differentiate into different cells. Not only mesenchymal stem cells can replace damaged tissue or cells but also secrete secretome namely bioactive ingredients such as cytokines, chemokines, growth factors, pro-inflammatory, and anti-inflammatory which play an essential role in regulating the host immune system. Periodontal disease is an inflammatory disease that occurs in the teeth supporting structures. Lately, many therapies for periodontal disease utilized MSCs from gingival tissue and periodontal ligaments. Secretome activates endogenous MSCs to improve the immune system in periodontal disease that might create a better microenvironment of periodontal tissue.Conclusion: The secretome of MSCs has attracted a lot of attention and has the potential to repair and regenerate tissues including periodontal tissue
The Factors of the Contraceptives Selection at the Sumbersari Public Health Center, Lumajang Yulistiana Yulistiana; Ancah Caesarina Novi Marchianti; Candra Bumi
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 3, No 1 (2020): January
Publisher : Alliance oh Health Activists (AloHA)

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Side effects of the use of contraceptives have always been a problem complained by family planning acceptors. The side effects of family planning such as irregular menstruation, weight gain, nausea, dizziness, and vaginal discharge. This research was conducted in July-August 2019 to determine the factors causing the selection of contraceptives by family planning acceptors at the Sumbersari Public Health Center in Lumajang Regency. Researchers used a cross-sectional design. The sample were 98 family planning acceptors at the Sumbersari Public Health Center, Lumajang Regency, selected using cluster random sampling technique. Researchers used statistical regression tests to data analyze process. Statistical test results of factors that had a positive influence on the selection of contraceptive devices for family planning acceptors in the working area of Sumbersari Public Health Center were the number of children, knowledge of family planning, availability of tools, attitudes and husband's support; counseling performance in the majority of acceptors was good, and the majority of acceptors had a negative family planning history. Husband support and the number of children were the strong influence on the selection of contraception. Keywords: family planning; acceptor; contraceptive selection; factors
Family Health Behavior Against Alleged Acute Respiratory Infections in Preschool Children Hayyu Putri Utami; Farida Wahyu Ningtyias; Candra Bumi
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 2, No 12 (2019): December
Publisher : Alliance oh Health Activists (AloHA)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33846/aijha21204

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Acute respiratory infections is the main cause of morbidity and mortality on children. The incidence of ARI in Indonesia is still high. Family health practice is one of the factors causing ARI. This study aims to analyze the effect of family health practice on suspected ARI in preschool children. This study uses a quantitative approach by type of observational research and cross sectional research design. This research was conducted in kindergarten in working area of Kedungrejo Muncar Health Center and conducted in August-September 2019. The samples of this study were 103 preschool children in a kindergarten in working area of Kedungrejo Muncar Health Center, Banyuwangi Regency, East Java Province. It used random sampling. The analytical method used was logistic regression analysis. The analysis results of this study was for family health behavior that had an affect the suspected ARI in preschool children practice, they were opening windows every morning and evening (p = 0.037), hand washing behavior (p = 0.014), behavior of not closing mouths and nose when coughing (p = 0.004). Family health behavior that did not have an influence on suspected ARI in preschool children, they were behavior of smokingg in the home by family or guests (p = 0.545), behavior of wearing masks when coughing or during a cold (p = 0.337), behavior of burning trash near the home (p = 0.955), the practice did not immediately bring the child to a health care facility if ARI was accompanied by fever (p = 0.378). Keywords: family health behavior; preschoolers; acute respiratory infections