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Journal of Health (JoH)
ISSN : 23558857     EISSN : 24076376     DOI : 10.30590
Core Subject : Health, Science,
Journal of Health (JoH) (p-ISSN 2355-8857 | e-ISSN 2407-6376) publishes research articles, conceptual articles, reports field studies (See Focus and Scope). The articles of this journal are published every six months, that is on January and July (2 issues per year), and published by the Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat STIKES Guna Bangsa Yogyakarta Indonesia. Journal of Health (JoH) is a semiannual journal, published in July and January, first publication is in 2014. The journal contents are managed by the health analyst (medical of laboratory technology) study program/department, midwifery department, nursing department, technology of blood transfusion department, and technology of radiodiagnostic, STIKES Guna Bangsa Yogyakarta. The objective of the journal is to provide a forum for lecturers, researchers, students, and practitioners to present their ideas, concepts, and new theories in health and to disseminate theory, research, and teaching reviews to the academic community of health studies in Indonesia and abroad. Journal of health presents articles based on research in the study of health. Focus of Journal of Health (JoH) publishes articles based on research from researchers, lecturers, students, and education observers. Scope of Journal of Health (JoH) are: 1. Hematology 2. Clinical chemistry 3. Bacteriology 4. Parasitology and mycology 5. Toxicology 6. Immunoserology 7. Cytohistology 8. Emergency midwifery 9. Management in midwifery clinical practice 10. Management in midwifery education 11. Safe pregnancy and normal childbirth 12. Adolescent health 13. Reproductive and development health 14. Community in midwifery 15. Family planning 16. Menopause 17. Psychosocial and ethical aspects of women’s health 18. Maternity and neonatal health 19. Technology in midwifery care 20. Complementary therapies in midwifery 21. Serology 22. Blood transfusion technique 23. Transfusion transmitted disease 24. Biology cell and molecular 25. Epidemiology 26. Radiology basic science 27. Radiation protection 28. Radiology management 29. Basic radiotherapy 30. Radiology technique 31. Basic MRI & CT-Scan 32. Basic nuclear medicine techniques
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Hubungan Kepatuhan Minum Tablet Fe dengan Anemia Ibu Hamil Yustina Ananti; Muthmainah Muthmainah
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 3 No 1 (2016): Journal of Health - January 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (304.752 KB) | DOI: 10.30590/vol3-no1-p52-61

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Background : Anemia in pregnant women is a national problem. In Indonesia, the incidence of anmia in pregnancy is quite high. Anemia prevention program does is provide iron tablet that preparations Fe. How to consume tablets Fe followed by respondents as important to follow the advice given by the researchers then the tendency will increase in hemoglobin levels as expected. Objective: Given the relationship between adherence Fe tablets in pregnant women with anemia Puskesmas Grabag II Magelang regency. Methods: This study is a correlational research analytic, using a cross- sectional survey design . The sampling technique used was purposive sample of the number of samples in this study were 134 respondents. Results : There was a relationship adherence Fe tablets with maternal anemia status in Puskesmas Grabag II Magelang regency with p value of 0.000 (0.000 < 0.05) and the relationship is strong enough that the value of the Contingency Coefficient 0.556.
Hubungan Tingkat Pengetahuan Remaja Tentang Kesehatan Reproduksi dengann Perilaku Seks Bebas pada Siswa Kelas XI SMA Negeri 6 Surakarta Febry Heldayasari Prabandari; Tri Budi Rahayu
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Latar Belakang: Angka aborsi di Indonesia diperkirakan mencapai 2,3 juta per tahun, sekitar 750.000 diantaranya dilakukan oleh remaja. Dari hasil penelitian pada remaja pada sepuluh SMA di Surakarta tahun 2005 ditemukan bahwa 30% laki-laki yang berpacaran telah melakukan hubungan seksual, sedangkan untuk perempuan sebanyak 5 %. Kurangnya pemahaman tentang perilaku seksual pada masa remaja adalah salah satu penyebabnya. Tujuan Penelitian: Penelitian bertujuan untuk mengetahui hubungan pengetahuan tentang kesehatan reproduksi dengan perilaku seks bebas di SMA Negeri 6 Surakarta. Metode Penelitian: Penelitian menggunakan desain observational analitik dengan rancangan cross sectional. Teknik sampling yang digunakan simple random sampling dengan jumlah sampel 177 siswa. Analisa data menggunakan uji statistik korelasi Kendall Tau (τ). Hasil Penelitian: 125 siswa (70.6%) memiliki pengetahuan yang baik tentang kesehatan reproduksi dan 52 siswa (75,0%) memiliki perilaku yang baik dalam pergaulan seks bebas. Dari hasil analisa data dengan Kendall Tau diperoleh zhitung (9,96) > ztabel (1,96). Simpulan: ada hubungan yang signifikan antara pengetahuan remaja tentang kesehatan reproduksi dengan perilaku seks bebas.
Analisis Kualitatif Rhodamin B pada Kue Ku yang Beredar di Pasar Tradisional Kabupaten Sleman Yogyakarta Siti Fatimah; Dian Wuri Astuti; Suryani Dwi Lestari
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Background : A food additive used to obtain food products that taste delicious, attractive, durable, easy in its distribution. Food additives that are often used in society is dye. Many fraud by producers to attract consumers such as the use of non-food grade dyes or food grade with doses exceeding the rules. Rhodamine B is a dangerous synthetic dyes are often added to foods as a dye. Kue Ku is made from a mixture of potatoes, coconut milk, glutinous rice flour, salt, sugar and red dye. The red color on my cake due to the addition of the dye rhodamine B. The use of rhodamine B can cause negative impacts on the health of consumers, thus attracting researchers to examine the presence of rhodamine B dye on my cake circulating in traditional markets Sleman, Yogyakarta. Method : The method is a descriptive study with the aim to describe or illustrate the existence of rhodamine B on kue Ku samples circulating in traditional markets Sleman, Yogyakarta. The method used for laboratory test is by thin-layer chromatography. Results : In this study showed 15,38% of Kue Ku samples have been investigated positive for rhodamine B. Conclusion : There dye rhodamine B on Kue Ku circulating in traditional markets Sleman, Yogyakarta.
Behavior Change After HIV/AIDS Diagnosis of Female Sexuality in The Yogyakarta City Dwi Agustiana Sari; Yanri Wijayanti Subronto; Wiwin Lismidianti
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 3 No 1 (2016): Journal of Health - January 2016
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Background: Anxiety, panic, inability to accept the conditions and low knowledge about good sexual behaviour can worsen HIV status. Purpose: assess changes in sexual behavior before, the time of diagnosis, and current and causes. Methode: Qualitative research phenomenological, semi-structured interviews with in dept interviews in 6 Participants women of reproductive age, diagnosed with HIV between 1-2 years before study, has been or ever married. Analysis using Collaizy. Result: before diagnosis frequency: rarely and still routine, sexual behavior: oral, anal and masturbated to couples, sexual desire did not a decline. Causal factor that changes sexual behavior is a condition of pain, impaired self-image, increasing socio-economic burden, and change partners. Dicussion: Hankins (1997) the majority of women after hear of HIV positive status will experience a significant disruption to the desire, arousal and orgasm function, is due to physiological and psychological factors. Recurrent pain during sexual intercourse can lead to avoidance. Psychosocial factors (stress, financial crisis, depression, anxiety) inhibit the production of liquid lubrication. Working full- time cause fatigue and decrease sexual desire for women with HIV.
Helminth Infection of Children in Ngemplak Seneng Village Klaten Fitri Nadifah; Desto Arisandi; Nurlaili Farida Muhajir
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Helminth infection remains one of health problems of Indonesian people for years. The tropical condition of Indonesian climates with high level humidity has believed to be the one of factors that increase the number of this infection cases. Based of many studies, the number of helminth infections is related to the poor of hygiene and sanitation. This study is conducted to know the percentages of helminth infections among 0-14 years old children in Dusun Ngemplak, Desa Ngemplak Seneng, Klaten and also their personal hygiene with questionaire instruments. To know helminth infection in subjects, we examine faeces sample with simple method and 1% eosin dye. As the results of examination, we found Trichuris trichiura egg in three samples. This might related to the poor of their hygienic behaviors. Some of the behavior such as wash hand before eating and after defecation, use sandal or shoes when playing, consume helminthic drug for last 6 months, and defecate in toilet has shown percentage under 70%. Other behaviors such as cutting and cleaning nails and use a spoon when eating has shown percentage above 70%.
The Correlation Between Social Support and Emotional Distress on Diabetes Mellitus Patients at Panembahan Senopati General Hospital Bantul Aan Devianto; Abdul Majid; Siitni Siitni
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Background: Diabetes mellitus in Bantul occupies the second position after hypertension with 10.32% prevalence among non-contagious diseases. Social support is important for diabetes mellitus patients because it influences their behavior towards reaching the desirable health status. The data obtained from 30 patients show that 15 patients received social support because no family members were there to accompany them, 5 patients suffered an emotional distress because they were anxious about their disease, and 10 patients did not have either social support problems or emotional distress. Objectives: To determine the correlation between social support and emotional distress on diabetes mellitus patients at Panembahan Senopati Hospital Bantul. Research Method: This is a correlational non experimental research which uses a cross-sectional design. The sample collection used a purposive sampling technique. The analyses technique using Kendall’s tau Results: The descriptive analysis shows that 3 respondents received low social support (10.7%), 15 respondents received medium social support (53.6%), and 10 respondents received high social support (35.7%), 8 respondents experienced low emotional distress (28.6%), and 20 respondents experienced medium emotional distress (71.4%). Conclusion: The results of Kendall’s tau correlation coefficient test show that there is a significant correlation between social support and emotional distress on diabetes mellitus patients with a p value = 0.000 and a correlation coefficient = 0.788.
Faktor-faktor yang Mempengaruhi Kesiapan Perawat Anestesi Melakukan Tindakan General Anestesi di RSUP Mataram Nusa Tenggara Barat Titiek Suharti; Yustiana Olfah; Abdul Majid
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 3 No 1 (2016): Journal of Health - January 2016
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Background : The provision of the type of anesthesia in patients undergoing surgery can be performed under general anesthesia, and with the anesthetic to a specific body part (regional anesthesia). The type of anesthesia used in surgery, either by using general anesthesia or regional anesthesia with each having its own complications. Readiness of each participant looks diverse, there is no action in the first prepare medications and tools so often happens unpreparedness in implementing the action. Readiness of nurses in providing anesthesia is influenced by various factors such as age, education, work experience, knowledge and gender. Methods : The aim of research to explore preparedness for nurse anesthetists in general anesthetic action. This study used a naturalistic qualitative research. Participants in this study is a nurse anesthetist who is still on active duty in the department of West Nusa Tenggara Province. Intake of total participants performed the sampling technique. Data collection was conducted in natural conditions, the primary data sources and data collection techniques through observation, in-depth interviews to the participants to explore the role of a nurse anesthetist does and documentation. Data obtained through the data collection process immediately processed and analyzed by the researchers. Results of the study : The study states that the age of anesthesia nurses between 21 to 59 years, that the longer the period of employment will be more and more experience and better prepared for the patient, not the readiness of gender and all have the same roles and functions. Suggestion : Readiness nurse anesthesia before and during work is crucial to achieve satisfactory results in implementing the anesthesia.
Identification of Malaria Parasites in Chasan Boesoirie General Hospital Ternate East Nusa Tenggara Desto Arisandi; Sofvirah R. Sohy; Fitri Nadifah
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Background: Malaria is still a global health problem especially in tropical countries, such as Indonesia. Based on survey 35% of the Indonesia population were live in endemic areas of malaria, such as Provinces of Maluku, North Maluku, Papua, West Papua, North Sumatra, and East Nusa Tenggara. Malaria is caused by a mosquito bite of female Anopheles sp. containing Plasmodium parasite. Generally it bites humans at night or dawn. Such malaria parasites are Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium malariae, and Plasmodium ovale. Malaria is a disease of both highest in Ternate and mostly occur in general hospitals of Chasan Boesoirie General Hospital. This research aims to identify the type of malaria parasites in the Chasan Boesoirie General Hospital Ternate. Method: This is a descriptive research conducted in Chasan Boesoirie General Hospital in Ternate, East Nusa Tenggara in March 2015. Research data obtained include: age, sex, education, and employment. Identification of malaria is carried out based on an examination of the existence of Plasmodium in preparation of thin and thick blood apus. Descriptive analysis using STATA programs for Windows version 12.0 (Stata Corp LP., College Station, TX, USA) are presented in the form of tables and narratives. Result: This research subjects were 69 people suspected with malaria infection. Suspected malaria to be infected by Plasmodium is more are young age group 94%, 88% were males, 100% have a poor education or un-educated, as well as the of 100% were fishermen. As much as 54 people (78%) were infected by Plasmodium parasites consisting of Plasmodium falcifarum 48 people (89%) and Plasmodium vivax 6 people (11%). Conclusion: The incidence of malaria infections in Chasan Boesoirie General Hospital amounted to 78% and the type of infected parasites were Plasmodium falcifarum and Plasmodium vivax.
Hubungan Kepatuhan Prosedur Tetap Perawatan Ulkus Diabetikum dengan Kepuasan Pasien Diabtes Melitus Pengguna BPJS PBI di RSUD Sleman Widuri Widuri; Dwi Agustiana Sari; Akhmad Faisal
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Background: Satisfaction is the degree of one's feelings after comparing the performance or results which felt with expectations. In this case the patient satisfaction as a benchmark the quality of Sleman hospital where the vision and mission is a quality health service delivery. Especially for compliance using SOP, the Sleman hospital is part of the process of achieving Satisfaction Patient Diabetes Mellitus User BPJS PBI at Sleman Hospital. Objective:Knowing the relationship between compliance procedures care diabetic ulcers with satisfaction the patient diabetes mellitus user BPJS PBI at Sleman Hospital. Methods:This research is research non experiment using the design descriptive correlative.This research was at Sleman Hospital, from May to July. With the methods samples being used were a total of sampling and the number of samples in this research is 26 of respondents. Result:Of the 26 respondents there are as many as 23 nurses (88.5%) carry out the action in accordance with procedures still make a high percentage of the level of satisfaction. Conclusions:There is a correlation between compliance procedures care diabetic ulcers with satisfaction the patient diabetes mellitus user BPJS PBI at Sleman Hospital,with the result Asymp.Sig(2-sided)0,001<0,05.

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