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ARTERI : Jurnal Ilmu Kesehatan
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27154432     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37148/arteri.v1i1
Core Subject : Health, Engineering,
Cakupan dan ruang lingkup Jurnal ARTERI terdiri dari: Kebidanan Keperawatan Kesehatan Masyarakat Gizi Epidemiologi Farmasi Kesehatan dan Keselamatan Kerja Promosi Kesehatan Rekam Medik dan Informasi Kesehatan dan lainnya yang serumpun bidang Ilmu Kesehatan
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Karakteristik Hasil CT-Scan Kepala pada Penderita Cedera Kepala di Rumah Sakit Dr.H.Abdul Moeloek periode Januari – Desember Tahun 2018 Yunus, Muhamad; Wahyudi, Alfi; Febriyani H, Arti; Romiza, Rona Asla
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37148/arteri.v1i3.56

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Computerized Tomography (CT) -Scans examination are the main choice modalities in patients with acute head injuries because they are able to view the entire brain tissues and accurately distinguish the nature and presence of intracranial lesions and Extracranial. This study aim to determine the characteristics of results CT-Scan head on the patient's head injury at Dr.H.Abdul Moeloek Hospital January to December Period 2018. The research is a descriptive study with a crosssectional approach. The samples in this study were all records of medical head injury patients at Dr.H.Abdul Moeloek Hospital in January – December 2018 based on the formula Slovin as many as 182 respondents. The sampling techniques in the study used purposive sampling techniques. Data analysis using univariate analysis. From 182 respondents known prevalence of the age of the patient's head injury is 16-25 years as many as 82 respondents (45.1%), male gender 119 respondents (65.4%), a mild head injury of 105 respondents (57.7%). A normal CT-Scan overview of 99 respondents (54.4%) With a valid description (subarachnoid hemorrhage) as much as 25 respondents (13.7%). Characteristics of results CT-Scan head at the head injury sufferer of most ages 16-25 years, most male gender, most dominant mild head injuries and CT-Scan results most commonly present normal results with description SAH (subarachnoid hemorrhage).
Hubungan Curah Hujan dengan Kasus Demam Berdarah Dengue di Bandar Lampung 2016-2018 Triwahyuni, Tusy; Husna, Ismalia; Andesti, Melisa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37148/arteri.v1i3.58

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Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) is disease caused by dengue virus through mosquito as the vector, which spread rapidly. Meanwhile, since 1968 until 2009 WHO determined Indonesia as a country with the highest DHF incidence in South-east asia Departement of Health of Bandar Lampung City. The study aim to know the correlation of rainfall and dengue incidence in Bandar Lampung City Periode 2016-2018. This analytic study performed correlation approach. Secondary data sources from BMKG and Departement of Health of Bandar Lampung City were obtained. Analyzing data was using SPSS 19. This research was done during January 2020 until February 2020. There were 36 samples from BMKG and department of health of Bandar Lampung city periode 2016-2018 taken using total sampling method. Result show the heaviest rainfall in 2016-2018 recorded in February with average 218,3 mm. The most DHF incidence recorded in March with average 136 incidences. The correlation test shown r= 0,451, N = 36, signification 0,006. There is a correlation between rainfall and DHF incidence with average correlation strength in positive direction.
Hubungan Antara Ibu Hamil Usia ≥ 35 Tahun dengan Kejadian Labioschizis Yunitasari; Sani, Nopi; Febriyani , Arti; Budiarta , I Nengah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37148/arteri.v1i3.60

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Abnormalities lip and palate or cleft lip commonly called congenital abnormality or labioschizis is a gap between the right and/or left lip. The incidence of cleft lip with or without cleft palate is one per 700-1000 births worldwide and Asians have the highest risk. Infant death or disability, even the mother died during childbirth in pregnancy aged 35 years and over. Giving birth at the age of 35 years and over, babies who are born susceptible to genetic abnormalities. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between maternal age of ≥35 years with labioschizis incident. This study used cross-sectional design: Retrospective, data was collected from the medical records during the period 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2018. The number of samples of 138 respondents, data was analyzed using the chi-square test with a significance level of ρvalue < 0.05. The results showed that most respondents had labioschizis namely 65.9%, while 34.1% of respondents experienced palatoschizis and labiognatoschizis. The lives of most mothers with children experiencing labioschizis are ≥35 years of age is 57.1%. The results of the study there was no correlation between a maternal age ≥ 35 years with the incidence labioschizis with value 0.793 ρvalue means sig >0.05. However, based on the data that researchers get the respondent with maternal age of 35 years tend to have labioschizis, meaning that the older a pregnant woman would be more risk of having babies with labioschizis.
Hubungan Pendidikan dengan Pengetahuan Tentang IMS pada Gay, Transgender, dan LSL Panonsih, Resati Nando; Detty, Ade Utia; Effendi, Arif; Aini, Zulfa Yusdinar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37148/arteri.v1i3.61

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Sexually Transmitted Infection is an infection mostly transmitted through sexual contact with a partner who is already infected. This infection can be transmitted through sexual activity that involves vagina, anal, penis, and mouth. Type of STIs with the highest prevalence is syphilis that is 6,0% (range 0-36,7%) in gay and MSM and regarding more than 40% - 50% transgender’s population in the world. Gay, transgender, and MSM are high risk group of STI transmission. This is because they have different sexual life. Prevalence of STIs in gay, transgender, and MSM is still high also due to lack of knowledge about STIs. Knwoledge affected by several factors including education. Someone who has higher education will be easier to receive information so that his knowledge increase. This study objective’s was to determine the relationship between education level and knowledge level about sexually transmitted infection in gay, transgender, and MSM in Bandar Lampung 2019. Methods: This is an analytic survey research with cross sectional research design. Sampling technique is total sampling. Subjects in this research are all 35 members of Gaya Lentera Muda (Gaylam) Organization. Research instrument is using questionnaire. In this research was obtained the highest distribution of education level is middle education of 19 subjects (54,3%) and the highest distribution of knowledge level is enough knowledge of 17 subjects (48,6%). The result of spearman statistical test obtained a relationship with the result of p= 0,007 (p<0,05). There is a meaningful relationship between education level and knowledge level about sexually transmitted infection in gay, transgender, and MSM in Bandar Lampung 2019. Suggestion fot next researcher, take a larger number of samples so that the result are more representative.
Hubungan Pendidikan dan Pekerjaan dengan Kecemasan pada Gay, Transgender, LSL Bandar Lampung Panonsih, Resati Nando; Detty, Ade Utia; Effendi, Arif; Arianofela, Rika
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37148/arteri.v1i3.62

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Gay, Transgender, and MSM are group that experiencing detention in their health. This group susceptive of anxiety due to negative response from their environment especially from education and occupation. From the other research, showed that 44% from 277 gay having anxiety disorders. This condition becomes very impotant because the higher of anxiety will impact to their physical and physicological condition.Objective: To determine the relationship between education and occupation with levels of anxiety to the Gay, Transgender, and MSM in Bandar Lampung 2019. Methods: The types of research is an analytic survey with cross-sectional approach. The type of data obtained are primary data. The method of collecting data is by given quesionnaire to get answer from subjects. This research was conducted during November 2019. In this research, the samples taken included all member of Gaya Lentera Muda organization of 35 subjects by total sampling technique. Results: It is known from the results of this research that the subjects (gay, transgender, and msm) mostly have middle of 19 subjects (54,3%), mostly have an occupation of 18 subjects (51,4%),and the subjects with middle education have mild anxiety of 7 subjects (36,8%) and the subjects with an occupation mostly have mild anxiety of 9 subjects (50,0%). Conclusion: The final results showed that there is a meaningful relationship between education and occupation with levels of anxiety to gay, transgender, and MSM in Bandar Lampung 2019 (p-value = -0,547 and p-value = -0,595). Higher the levels of education and if the person has an occupation, levels of anxiety will higher.
Hubungan Pendidikan Dan Pekerjaan Dengan Kualitas Hidup Gay, Transgender, dan LSL Panonsih, Resati Nando; Effendi, Arif; Artini, Ika; Permata, Putri Eka
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37148/arteri.v1i3.63

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Gay, Transgender dan Men Who Have Seks With Men are individuals who are prone to problem both in health and in the environment such as education and work that will disrupt their lives and will have an impact on their quality of life. The study aim to know the relationship between education and occupation with the quality of life to the Gay, Transgender and MSM in Bandar Lampung 2019. The research using analytic survey with cross-sectional approach. The type of data obtained is primary data. The method of collecting data is by distributing questionnaires WHOQOL-BREF whose results will be categorized. This research was conducted from September to November 2019. In this research, the samples taken included all member of Gaya Lentera Muda organization with a total of 35 people, taken with total sampling technique. The report for quality of gay, transgender and MSM in Bandar Lampung who has middle education mostly have mild quality of life of 12 subjects (63,2%) and the subjects who have occupation mostly have mild quality of life of 12 subject (66,7%). The final results showed that there is a meaningful relationship between education and occupation with quality of life to gay, transgender and MSM in Bandar Lampung 2019 (p-value = 0,003 dan p-value = 0,414). The higher the level of education and the person has a working status, the higher the quality of life.
Hubungan Faktor Risiko Depresi dengan Tingkat Depresi pada Gay, Transgender, dan LSL Panonsih, Resati Nando; Artini, Ika; Effendi, Arif; Kumala Azizah, Aradhea
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37148/arteri.v1i3.64

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Health problems experienced by gay, transgender, and MSM (Men who have Sex with Men) one of the psychological problems such as depression. The social problems that they often experience are stigma and discrimination, including access to health services. The risk factors of depression are genetic, age, and psychosocial factors. This study conducted to determine the relationship between risk factors of depression with levels of depression to the gay, transgender, and MSM in Bandar Lampung 2019. Methods: The type of research is an analytic survey with a cross-sectional. The samples were taken using total sampling. The subjects in this research are all 35 members of the Gaya Lentera Muda Organization. The type of data obtained is primary data. The results of this research that from 35 subjects is obtained the subjects with middle education mostly have mild depression of 7 subjects (36,8%). The subjects who have an occupation mostly have mild depression of 6 subjects (33,3%). The subjects who have genetic factors mostly have severe depression of 13 subjects (72,2%). There is a meaningful relationship between genetic factor (p value= 0,000) and psychosocial factor (education level p value= 0,040 and employment status p value= 0,050) with levels of depression to the gay, transgender, and MSM (Men who have Sex with Men). There is no relationship between age factor (p value= 0,856) with levels of depression to the gay, transgender, and MSM (Men who have Sex with Men).
Hubungan Status Gizi dengan Proses Penyembuhan Luka pada Pasien Post Apendektomi Siswandi, Andi; Wulandari, Mardheni; Erianto, Mizar; Mawaddah Noviska, Azahrah
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Appendicitis is part of the emergency cases that often occur in the abdominal area. Appendicitis is a prototype disease that takes place through inflammation due to obstruction and ischemia with the main symptoms which is pain that reflects the state of the disease. Appendicitis requires surgical appendectomy to reduce the risk of perforation. Apendectomy surgery is one type of wound that is an incision wound. The time of wound healing can be determined by the distinguishing between types of acute or chronic wounds. Appendectomy that does not have a post-surgical infection is categorized as an acute wound, physiologically the acute wound will heal ± 0-21 days. However, if the provision of nutrition is not fulfilled properly it will be almost the wound healing process. One factor that can influence the wound healing process is nutritional status. This study aim to determine the correlation of nutritional status with the wound healing process of post-appendectomy patients in RSUD Dr. H. Abdoel Moeloek, Bandar Lampung. This study used observational analytic with cross sectional approach. The sampling technique used was accidental sampling. The data were analyzed by using Chi-square test. From the Chi-square test found a relationship of nutritional status with a significant wound healing process (p <0.05) which is obtained p = 0.004, and the value obtained (OR = 10.5) can be said that adequate nutritional status is 10.5 times more likely to experience good wound healing when compared to undernourished nutritional status. There is a correlation between nutritional status and wound healing process in post-appendectomy patients.
Hubungan Jumlah Viral Load dengan Kejadian TBC pada Pasien HIV/AIDS yang Mendapatkan Terapi ARV Baedowi, Andri; Zulfian; Rusmini, Hetti; Prasetia, Toni
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Viral Load (VL) is a direct indicator of the total amount of cells produced by the virus in a person infected with HIV. TB becomes a challenge for controlling Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) because it is the most opportunistic infection in people living with HIV / AIDS (PLWHA). TB can increase HIV progression and the risk of death for people living with HIV. Immunosuppression can increase the likelihood that dormant TB germs reactivate. The pathogenesis of TB infection in HIV patients is directly related to the decline in the immune system, specifically CD4 T lymphocytes. HIV infection will cause a decrease in CD4 T lymphocytes thereby reducing the immunological response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This will result in reactivation from the latent period of TB to an active infection. This study conducted to discover the relationship between the amount of viral load and the tuberculosis case in HIV / AIDS patients that undertake ARV therapy at RSUD Dr. H. Abdul Moeloek Lampung Province in 2019. Observational analytic approach with cross sectional design was used in this present study. The data taken is secondary data from the medical record of HIV / AIDS patients in Dr. H. Abdul Moeloek Lampung Province in 2019. The sampling technique used was a purposive sampling method and it was obtained a total sample of 196 people. The data was analyzed through Chi Square test. There was a significant relationship between the amount of viral load in HIV / AIDS patients and the tuberculosis case (p-value = 0.004). From the analysis above, it was obtained OR value = 2.52 which represents that patients who have a viral load ≥ 10,000 have a risk of 2.52 times to encounter TB. A high amount of Viral Load can cause immunosuppression in the host and increase the virulence of TB microbes.
Hubungan Tonsilektomi dengan Umur Keluhan Utama dan Ukuran Tonsil pada Pasien Tonsilitis Kronik Mustofa, Festy Ladyani; Susanti, Femina; Aziza
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Chronic tonsillitis is a recurring infection that most often occurs in the throat, especially in children and adolescents. Tonsillectomy is one type of Ear Nose Throat (ENT) surgery that is most often performed on children, adolescents and adults. Tonsillectomy is also a procedure that can be done if there is a chronic infection or a recurring infection. Factors that can affect tonsillectomy are age, major complaints and size of the tonsils. This study was conducted to determine the relationship of tonsillectomy with age, major complaints and the size of tonsils in chronic tonsillitis patients in RSPBA of Lampung city in 2018-2019. This study uses cross-sectional, quantitative, analytic methods with secondary tonsillitis data collection. Sampling uses a total sampling technique. Data collection was done by recording data in the form of major complaints, age and size of the tonsils and analyzed using the chi-square test. The results showed that 109 tonsillitis patients showed that the majority of tonsillitis patients were group: age ≤ 18 years as many as 73 people, tonsillectomy was 66 people (90.4%), main complaints >1 were 90 people, tonsillectomy was 83 people (83 people) 92.2%) and T3-T4 tonsil size of 70 people, with tonsillectomy of 65 people (92.2%). The results also showed that there was a relationship between tonsillectomy between age (p = 0.01, OR = 3.626), main complaints (p = 0.00, OR = 13.175), tonsil size (p = 0.00, OR = 5.778) in chronic tonsilits patients at RSPBA Bandar Lampung in 2018-2019. This study concluded that there was a significant relationship between tonsillectomy with age, major complaints and the size of tonsils in chronic tonsillitis patients in Bandar Lampung RSPBA 2018-2019 with a p-value <0.05.

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