Masyitah Wahab
STIKes Bina Generasi Polewali Mandar

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Journal : Jurnal VNUS (Vocational Nursing Science)

The Effect Of Play Therapy on Drug-taking Behavior In Toddlers In Pediatric Care Room Masyitah Wahab; Nur Isriani Najamuddin; Niar
Jurnal Vocational Nursing Sciences (VNUS) Vol 1 No 2 (2019): JURNAL VNUS (Vocational Nursing Science)
Publisher : LPPM STIKes Muhammadiyah Ciamis

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Background: A hospitalization is an event that often causes traumatic experiences, especially in pediatric patients, namely anxiety, fear and tension or hospitalization stress. Objective: This study aims to study the effect of play therapy on drug-taking behavior in “toddler” children in the pediatric care room. Method:This study used a pre-experimental pre-test-post test one group design approach. The population of this study were toddlers (2-3 years old) taken by accidental sampling and 30 samples were obtained. Data collection uses secondary and primary data. Data analysis used univariate and bivariate analysis. Result: The results of the study were: (1) The average behavior of taking medication before playing therapy was done was 16.77; (2) The average cooperative level after playing snake and ladder therapy is 22.67 and (3) the results of the Wilcoxon Sign Rank test obtained a value of Z = -3.827 with p-value = 0.000 <0.5 meaning that there is an effect of play therapy on behavior of taking medicine while carrying out treatment for toddlers in the Asoka Room at Polewali Mandar Hospital. It Conclusion: There is an effect of playing on the acceptance of toddler age children in the act of giving oral drugs. Hospitals, as health service institutions that provide services to all levels of society, especially pediatric health services, should design and facilitate rooms that are familiar to children and prepare play facilities according to the growth and development and health conditions of children. Nurses who focus on pediatric care should pay attention to aspects of child growth and development, where toddler-aged children should apply aspects of play to achieve therapeutic goals.
Correlation Of Birth Weight With Stunting In Babies Aged 6-24 Months Nur Isriani Najamuddin; Masyitah Wahab
Jurnal Vocational Nursing Sciences (VNUS) Vol 2 No 1 (2020): JURNAL VNUS (Vocational Nursing Science)
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Background: Stunting is one indicator of chronic nutritional status that describes stunted growth due to long-term malnutrition. One of the causes of stunting in children is family and household factors, namely maternal factors and the home environment. Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between birth weight and the incidence of stunting in infants aged 6-24 months Method: This research was conducted in an analytical descriptive manner, namely research that tried to explore how the health phenomenon occurred. The population in this study was a number of infants aged 6-24 months, namely 48 infants. Considering that at the time of the study, there were 15 infants who were unreachable and, not in place at the time of the study, while the researcher's time was very limited, so in this study the researcher used a sample of 33 6-24 month old baby. Result: from the analysis test results with Fisher's exact test, a significance value of 0.023 and an odds ratio of 18.75 was obtained. Conclusion: The conclusion of this study is that from 33 infants aged 6-24 months, there are 7 babies who are LBW and 4 babies who are stunted. There is no relationship between birth weight and the incidence of stunting in infants aged 6-24 months where LBW babies are 18 times more likely to experience stunting than babies born with normal birth weight.