Ilkafah Ilkafah
Study Program Of Nursing, Faculty Of Vocational Studies, Universitas Airlangga

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Journal of Vocational Nursing Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): May 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jovin.v2i1.26377


Introduction: Fracture is a condition which will cause interference with mobilization and pain in patients. In a fracture patient, the patient will be surgically operated or operated on. Complaints that often arise in patients due to after surgery is pain. Pain is a major nursing problem in fractures. The purpose of this study was to carry out nursing care for patients with acute pain in patients with Sinusra Radius Fracture Post Surgery in Dr. Soegiri Lamongan. Methods: This research used qualitative research case study approach. The research subject used was one patient with a nursing problem that is Acute Pain in Post Sinusra Radius Fracture Surgery. This study used 1 patient as a participant on 26 September 2019 to 28 September 2019 in Bougenvil 1 room Dr. Soegiri Lamongan. Data collection uses assessment by interview, physical examination, supporting examination and supported by other documentation. Data analysis with this research was carried out while still paying attention to research ethics. Results: The results obtained are acute pain nursing problems, with priority nursing actions efforts to overcome decreased pain in patients. After doing care for three days, there are decrease in pain scale as evidenced by the pain scale on the third day, the client improved with the original scale of 5 to 3. Conclusion: The conclusion from the research conducted found that deep breathing relaxation technique is one of the effective non-pharmacological  pain management methods to reduce pain. To overcome the postoperative incident Sinus Radius Fracture, patients should take medication regularly, and control health services.  
TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE AN NISAA’ QURAN RECITATION GROUP RUNGKUT IN UTILIZING TANAMAN OBAT KELUARGA (TOGA) INTO HERBAL PRODUCTS Rini Hamsidi; Dwi Setiani Sumardiko; Ilkafah Ilkafah; Edith Frederika Puruhito; Ratna Wahyuni; Maya Septriana; Myrna Adianti; Ario Imandiri; Taufiqurrahman Sidqi
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): DECEMBER 2020
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Background: The corona virus pandemic (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly in a number of countries, including Indonesia. In order to deal with the increasingly widespread COVID-19, the government has established health and safety protocols by staying at home and maintaining distance, washing hands frequently with soap with running water or using hand sanitizers and increasing the body's immune system. One way to increase the immune system is through the use of Family Medicinal Plants (TOGA). Purpose: Transfer of knowledge and technology to An Nisaa 'study group partners through counseling on the use of TOGA by using appropriate technology to produce natural Hand Sanitizer products and instant herbal empon-empon in powder form which makes it easier to use daily. Methods: Methods of extension (lectures and discussions), training and mentoring using the Good Traditional Medicine Manufacturing Method (CPOTB) in producing natural Hand Sanitizer products and instant herbal medicine. Results: The expected result of this program is the use of TOGA by the community, especially partners to produce immune system-enhancing herbal products that are safe and can be stored for a long time to maintain health, especially families during the COVID 19 pandemic. Conclusion: This program increased knowledge and the skills of the An Nisaa 'Rungkut recitation group seen from the enthusiasm and ability of the participants in following and practicing the making of herbal medicine and hand sanitizers.
Journal of Vocational Nursing Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): October 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jovin.v1i2.23566


Introduction: Patients with congestive heart failure usually have problems nursing chest pain. To reduce pain problems, there are several therapies that can be done, namely deep breath relaxation techniques, guide imagery techniques, and environmental management. The preferred therapy in this case is nonfaramcological, which is a deep breath relaxation technique. The purpose of this study was to provide acute pain nursing care for Congestive Heart Failure patients in the Heart Room at Dr. Soegiri Lamongan Hospital. Methods: Case study used to explore this study. Data collection is obtained through: interviews, observation, physical examination and documentation study. Analyzed case study results. From the discussion between literature review and case review, it is concluded that there is suitability from diagnosis to evaluation. Results: the case studies show an agreement between theoretical review and case review in patients. Evaluation of the Acute Pain nursing diagnoses, the problem was resolved on the third day. Conclusion: from the research conducted, found that deep breath relaxation technique is one of the effective non-pharmacological pain management methods to reduce pain.
NURSING CARE OF CONTINUOUS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN THE ELDERLY POST-ISCHEMIC STROKE A CASE REPORT Anestasia Pangestu Mei Tyas; Fatimahndya Maulitha De Arisandy; Ilkafah Ilkafah; Amellia Mardhika; Emuliana Sulpat
Journal of Vocational Nursing Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): MAY 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jovin.v3i1.35938


Introduction : Continuous urinary incontinence is the continued and uncontrolled passing of urine without distension and a feeling of fullness in the bladder due to neurological dysfunction. This condition is often found in the elderly post-ischemic stroke. The study aimed to describe nursing care of continuous urinary incontinence in the elderly post-ischemic stroke in Lamongan. Methods : This study used a case study approach (case report) on a participant through the nursing process approach. The sample in this study is one patient, an elderly post-ischemic stroke. This research was conducted in 2021 in Lamongan with three visits to patients' homes for seven days. Data collection techniques include interviews, observation, and physical examination. This research instrument uses the gerontic nursing care format and sandvik severity index. Results : Continuous urinary incontinence nursing care with the main intervention for urinary incontinence treatment (I.04163) and the supporting intervention is pelvic muscle exercises (I.07215) can be applied to elderly post-ischemic stroke according to the expected outcomes. The continuous urinary incontinence has a partially resolved on the third home visit. The client can hold urine several times when the bladder feels full, reduced the frequency of night urination, and rarely wakes up because of wet diapers. Sandvik Severity Index shows a value of 4 (moderate incontinence). Conclusions: Improving nursing care need for collaboration between patients, families, and health workers in performing pelvic muscle exercises independently, continuously, and regularly to increase the strength of the detrusor-sphincter muscles and showed improvement in urinary continence.
INEFFECTIVE BREATHING PATTERN NURSING CARE WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASES PATIENT Ilkafah ilkafah; Eka Fatmah Fujiyah; Cucuk Rahmadi Purwanto; Joko Susanto; Cherlys Tin Lutfiandini
Journal of Vocational Nursing Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): MAY 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jovin.v3i1.36056


Introduction: Patient with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) will get a failure to breathing because of fluid accumulation in the lung. Patients with CKD will not be able to breathe normally, so the main problem that often occurs is an ineffective breathing pattern.  This study aims to explore nursing care for patients with ineffective-breathing pattern in patient with CKD at Soegiri Lamongan hospital. Methods: The design of this research is qualitative with a case study, the methods of data collection through interviews, observations, physical examinations and documentation studies. The data obtained were analyzed by comparing case reviews and literature reviews. Results: The results of the problems for nursing diagnosis that arise are CKD with ineefective-breathing pattern. Interventions that are emphasized and carried out in the field in the case study are providing a semi-fowler/ fowler position, and maintaining oxygen therapy. Final evaluation of nursing diagnoses in patients with problems resolved and goals achieved according to the specified time criteria. Conclusions: The study indicated that ineefective breathing pattern can be solved by positioning a semi-fowler or half-sitting position, decrease fluid intake and correcting anemia. Suggestions for nurses to focus in developing science and technology to be applied to all nursing personnel in providing nursing care for ineffective breathing patterns for patients with chronic kidney disease.