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Journal : Jurnal Ners dan Kebidanan Indonesia

Zalacca fruit consumption to reduce nausea and vomiting in trimester I pregnant women in Banjarnegara District Umi Fajri; Dian Nirmala Sari
JNKI (Jurnal Ners dan Kebidanan Indonesia) (Indonesian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery) Vol 9, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Alma Ata University Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21927/jnki.2021.9(1).11-15

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Introduction : Nausea and vomiting occur in 80-85% of pregnancies during the first trimester with annoying vomiting symptoms in 52%. The way to deal with nausea and vomiting is pharmacochemical by consuming fresh fruit, namely zalacca. In 100 mg of zalacca fruit contains B6 0.2 mg which can reduce nausea. Objectives : To  find out that zalacca fruit can reduce nausea and vomiting in pregnant women in the 1st trimester. Methods : The research used was a quasy experimental design with a pretest posttest control group design. The variables in this study were zalacca fruit, nausea and vomiting. The number of samples is 30 respondents. The treatment group received 100 mg of zalacca fruit and B6 3 x 10 mg per day for 10 days while the control group received anti-nausea therapy, namely B6 3 x 10 mg / day for 10 days, before the intervention, the control group and the treatment group would get pre-test (assessment of nausea and vomiting) and then continued with the intervention for 10 days and ended with a post test (assessment of nausea and vomiting). Data analysis was univariate, bivariate using the Repeated Measure Anova (Test of Between-Subjects Effect) test. Result :  Showed that there was an effect of consuming zalacca fruit to reduce nausea (p = 0.000) and vomiting with a value of p = 0.012. Conclusion : Consumption of 100mg zalacca can reduce nausea and vomiting in 1st trimester pregnant women.
Video how right breastfeeding through smartphone can affect breasfeeding self efficacy on public mothers in the Regency of Banjarnegara Dian Nirmala Sari; Umi Nur Fajri
JNKI (Jurnal Ners dan Kebidanan Indonesia) (Indonesian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery) Vol 10, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Alma Ata University Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21927/jnki.2022.10(2).110-115

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Background: The lower confidence of mothers to breastfeed can have an impact on inadequate breastfeeding and can cause nutritional deficiencies in infants so that babies are vulnerable to disease, especially newborns. With  increasing mother's confidence in breastfeeding, intervention is needed, one of which is through videos on how to breastfeed correctly. The low level of mother's self-efficacy or mother's belief in breastfeeding illustrates that there is still low commitment to breastfeeding, low endurance of mothers in overcoming obstacles that arise during breastfeeding and mother's focus on negative aspects of breastfeeding so that it has an impact on inadequate breastfeeding and can lead to deficiency. nutrition in infants so that infants are susceptible to disease.The magnitude of the influence of mother's belief in breastfeeding requires various interventions to increase this belief so that success in breastfeeding is achieved. One of the interventions given to increase confidence is to provide videos on how to breastfeed correctly.Objectives: The goal is to find out which breastfeeding video media have an effect on breastfeeding self-efficacy. Methods: The research design used was a quasi-experimental design with a pretest post-test control group design. The variables in this study were videos on how to breastfeed correctly, breastfeeding self-efficacy. The number of samples is 30 respondents. The treatment group received the intervention to get video education on correct breastfeeding techniques using an application on a smartphone, while the control group received education from maternal and child health books. Data analysis was univariate, bivariate with paired t and unpaired t. Results: The results of the analysis show that there is an effect of the video on how to properly breastfeed the effect on the breastfeeding self efficacy p value 0.003Conclusions: Giving videos on how to breastfeed correctly can increase the confidence of mothers to breastfeed their babies.