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JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH RESEARCH
Published by Universitas Airlangga
ISSN : -     EISSN : 2723035X     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.20473/jcmphr.v1i2.21693
Core Subject : Health,
Public Health Research (JCMPHR) publishes articles in the field of community medicine and public health focusing on family health care, epidemiology, biostatistics, public health administration, management of health, national health problems, social medicine, nutrition and enviromental and occupational health, as well as a variety of other fields related to those disciplines.
Articles 24 Documents
CORRELATION OF GADGETS ADDICTION WITH SLEEP QUALITY IN 4th – 6th GRADE STUDENTS AT SDN 01 SRIGADING LAWANG IN 2019 Niro, Agustin J Nanda De; Pawitra, Annisa; Faizah, Novia Nurul; Putra, Rendra Dwi; Arfiputri, Veikha Fakhriya; Sihombing, Renata Violia; Rachmi, Shabrina Noor; Nuswantoro, Djohar; Martha, Ledy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jcmphr.v1i2.21699

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The use of digital technology has increased rapidly. In Indonesia, gadget use by children has become very high and requires special attention. Many effects may occur due to gadget use, one of which is sleep quality disturbance. This study aims to analyze the correlation between gadget addiction and sleep quality in children grades 4-6 SDN 01 Srigading Lawang. This research is an analytic observational study with a cross-sectional design in a population of 4-6th graders of SDN 01 Srigading Lawang. A total of 126 students over 130 students were included. Data were collected using two questionnaires, which are Smartphone Addiction Scale and The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, and tested using RxC Contingency. Gadget addiction has a significant correlation with sleep quality with a weak correlation. Children with mild levels of addiction to gadgets had a potential of 2,013 times to have good sleep quality, compared to children with moderate levels of addiction. In contrast, children with severe levels of addiction to gadgets were at risk 12.04-fold to have poor sleep quality compared to the mild level of addiction. There is a significant correlation with a weak correlation between gadget addiction and sleep quality in children grades 4-6 SDN 01 Srigading Lawang.
OBSERVATION OF THE BENEFITS OF EAR MASSAGE THERAPY SKILLS IN EAST JAVA Purnami, Nyilo; Suhariningsih, Suhariningsih; Adianti, Myrna; Septriana, Maya; Frederika, Edith; Puspita, Dwi Indah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jcmphr.v1i2.21694

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The high number of patients who come for ear therapy with massage skills, the P3T Center intends to carry out an observational screening of ear therapy. This screening aims to find out how the diagnostic method and application of ear therapy with massage skills and the benefits of ear therapy to overcome the problem of hearing loss (hearing impairment). This screening design uses an observational method in which the researcher makes observations and interviews with respondents. Data collection techniques were carried out by looking at the results of the examination of respondents' hearing tests and the results of interviews with respondents. Patient therapy results in 18 people (60%) no progress or the same as the original condition. this shows that therapy can be said to be ineffective in curing ear disorders. The results of the audiometry examination of the right and left ear stated that none of the patients was normal. Even though there are patients who claim to be able to hear loud sounds in the questionnaire, it is not supported by audiometry results. So it can be concluded that ear therapy with massage skills has no impact on patients suffering from hearing loss.
THE DIFFERENCES OF THE DURATION OF FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAM REPORT BETWEEN USING GOOGLE SHEETS MEDIA AND MANUAL COUNTING METHOD AT PUSKESMAS SONGGON, SONGGON DISTRICT, BANYUWANGI REGENCY Erlangga, Wildan Anugrah; Septiana, Fitri Nurina; Arrianti, Emilia Eka; Qualisa, Prafidina; Hakim, Lukman; Meitavany, Estya Nadya; A'yunin, Ulinnuha Qurrota; Lamara, Ariikah Dyah; Fatimah, Niswah Silmi; Adi, Pandu Satriya; Dewanti, Linda
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jcmphr.v1i2.21700

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Based on the results of interviews with the coordinator of the family planning program at the Puskesmas Songgon, their data collection system was still written manually in the Kohort book which must then be classified and processed further to obtain processed data that describes the situation and conditions of the family planning program application in Songgon District. The aims of this research to determine the effectiveness and efficiency of the family planning program report duration between the use of Google Sheets media and the manual counting method at the Puskesmas Songgon. The implementation of the program were 23 May 2019 at Puskesmas Songgon Hall. This program was designed based on the needs of the field of family planning management at the Puskesmas Songgon. This program was created using a computer, the Google Sheets application, which is an application that resembles Microsoft Excel, but is managed by Google and accessed via a browser. It creates two types of formats, namely forms for data entry and automatic calculation reports. The results of this study, it can be seen that the program used by group 2 is 10 times more efficient in calculating the achievements of the family planning program.
DETERMINANTS OF PERINATAL DEPRESSION IN LICIN BANYUWANGI 2019 Putra, Achmad Januar Er; Nurrobi, R. M. Yusuf Aji Samudera; Prasetyo, Danang Mukarrom; Akbar, Muhammad Vildan; Oktaviana, Novita; Fatimah, Aliya; Hikmahwati, Wandya; Fibularis, Alma Pustika Kartikananda Retina; Zahro, Fatimah Az; Azwan, Zahwa Afdhilani; Karimah, Azimatul; Dewi, Nira Ista
Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health Research Vol 1, No 1 (2020): Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health Research
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jcmphr.v1i1.20295

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Perinatal depression is a mood disorder that occurs in pregnant and postpartum women. To determine the magnitude of the risk of perinatal depression, this study uses the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) screening tool. This study uses primary data in the form of a questionnaire to collect data on screening for depression in pregnant women and postpartum during the last 12 months. This research is an observational descriptive study with cross sectional research design. Sampling was done by cluster random sampling in Segobang Village, Jelun Village, and Banjar Village in Licin District, Banyuwangi Regency. The number of samples obtained was 31 samples. In the EPDS screening results of the pregnant women group, the results showed a very high risk of 18,75%. Whereas in the postpartum maternal group, the results showed a high risk of 6,67%, and a very high risk of 6,67%. Based on the results of the correlation test with Spearman's rho correlation, it can be concluded that there was a significant corellation between maternal age of postpartum with the risk of perinatal depression (α = 0,03).
NEWBORNS HEARING SCREENING WITH OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND AUDITORY BRAINSTEM RESPONSE Hamam, Kusumagani; Purnami, Nyilo
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jcmphr.v1i1.20287

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Hearing loss in newborns is a serious matter, if it is not quickly diagnosed and starts early intervention, a child will experience social, speech, language, cognitive, and academic impairments. There is a method of hearing screening in newborns, which is divided into two types, universal newborn hearing screening, and targeted newborn screening. Both of these methods use OAEs and ABR as objective examination tools. The hearing screening method varies in each country, this difference is based on the test equipment used, age, frequency, professionals involved in screening, referral procedures, funding, and coverage areas. Indonesia uses two stages of screening, while Italy, America, Nigeria, France, India, and Poland use two to five stages of screening. Hearing screening of newborns using OAEs and ABR has a sensitivity of 100% and specificity of 99,3%.
RESISTANCE PATTERN OF Escherichia Coli AGAINTS ANTIBIOTICS IN URINARY TRACT INFECTION PATIENTS IN RSUD DR. SOETOMO SURABAYA Ariana, Novi; Pestariati, Pestariati; Sasongkowati, Retno; Kusumaningrum, Debby
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Pathogenic bacteria cause Urinary Infection imore or lessi about 85 - 95% are bacteria Escherichia coli. The treatment of Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) requires adequate supportive therapy and antibiotics, but antibiotic resistance is an obstacle in UTI treatment. This study aims to determine the types of antibiotics that are resistant to Escherichia coli in patients with UTI. This is an observational study with a descriptive method to determine the type of antibiotic-resistant to Escherichia coli in patients with UTI in the Laboratory of Clinical Microbiology RSUD Dr. Soetomo. Antibiotics that were resistant to Escherichia coli in UTI patients were cefazolin (80.49%), Amoxicillin Clavulanic Acid (73.17%), Ampicillin (73.17%), Tetracycline (68.29%), while antibiotics that were resistant to Escherichia coli ESBL was Amoxicillin Clavulanic Acid (100%), Ampicillin (100%), Cefazolin (99.7%), Aztreonam (99.7%), Ceftazidime (99.7%). The prevalence of Escherichia coli in UTI patients was 27.5%, while Escherichia coli ESBL was 72.5%. Based on the results of the research that has been obtained, it is better to do research on antibiotic resistance patterns periodically.
ELDERLY SCREENING IN SONGGON BANYUWANGI 2019 Hakim, Lukman; Erlangga, Wildan Anugrah; Adi, Pandu Satriya; Septiana, Fitri Nurina; Arianti, Emilia Eka; Qualisa, Prafidina; Lamara, Ariikah Dyah; Meitavany, Estya Nadya; Fatimah, Niswah Silmi; A, Ulinnuha Qurrota; Sulistiawati, Sulistiawati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jcmphr.v1i1.20300

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Health care efforts for the elderly to keep the elderly healthy, independent, active and productive socially and economically , to realize this, the government is obliged to guarantee the availability of health service facilities and facilitate the development of the elderly group. The aims to identify factors that affect the achievement of health care coverage of the elderly.  This  was a qualitative descriptive study. This research was conducted in Songgon District . The target sample was the elderly residents and elderly Posyandu cadres. Data collection instruments using questionnaires. This study used primary data. Univariate analysis to determine the distribution using SPSS and Excel tools.  84% of elderly people knew about screening. The coverage of elderly screening was still low. From the results of research on community therapy that could be done was cadre training, reporting of the elderly, and Extension of Posyandu Elderly by Cadres for the Community
DESCRIPTION OF GADGET ADDICTION, SLEEP QUALITY, AND STUDENTS LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT AT SD NEGERI 1 SIDODADI LAWANG IN 2019 Wibowo, Dimas Cahyo; Fitriani, Della Wahyu; Kimresti, Ananda Febina; Ahkami, Alfan; Nastiti, Isna Sandria; Auliani, Syarifah Dwi; Ermawati, Siti; Andriani, Sabrina Rizki; Sulistiawati, Sulistiawati; Raharjo, Priyo
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jcmphr.v1i2.21698

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In this globalization era, technology is increasing rapidly. One of the technologies is a gadget/device. Gadget users come from various backgrounds, ranging from adults, the elderly, and even children. The Daily Mail reports that 70% of elementary school-aged children can easily use a gadget. The use of gadgets can have both positive and negative effects on children. The negative effect of using a gadget is affecting the quality of sleep and learning achievement on children. The study aimed to describe gadget addiction, sleep quality, and learning achievement of children focused on grades 5th and 6th at SD Negeri 1 Sidodadi Lawang. A descriptive study method. The total population of grade 5th and 6th students at SD Negeri 1 Sidodadi Lawang are 96 students. Data were taken by using Smart Addiction Scale, Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index questionnaires, and students’ report cards. The distribution of gadget addiction levels in this study was 21 people (21,9%) with a low level, 72 people (75%) with a moderate level, and 3 people (3,1%) with a high level. There were 73 people (76%) with poor sleep quality and 49 people (51%) with poor learning achievement. The level of gadget addiction in 5th and 6th-grade students at SD Negeri 1 Sidodadi Lawang was dominant in the medium level, sleep quality was dominant in the poor level.
CASE REPORT: UNCONTROLLED HYPERTENSION CONTRIBUTES TO WORSENING OF PRESBYCUS SYMPTOMS IN THE ELDERLY Saputri, Faradila Budi; Firdha, Azizah Amimathul; Rahma, Safira; Alda, Rieza Rizqy; Inayasari, Syahwina; Purnami, Nyilo
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jcmphr.v1i1.20298

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Presbycusis is a disease that can befall the elderly, caused by a multifactorial process that should be allowed to disrupt communication and social life and cause mental disorders. According to WHO the proportion of the elderly population rises rapidly which is estimated in 2025, there are about 1,2 billion elderly people with a risk of presbycusis. Mr.S was 84 years old, married and had 2 children, complained of hearing loss since 10 years ago on the patient's left ear. The decline in hearing occurred gradually, giving the last 4 years after his wife's death. Patients was taken to Otorhinolaryngologist and expressed age-related hearing impairment and was advised to use hearing aids. Patients are not routinely using hearing aids. In addition, patients have hypertension and heart disease. Patients consumed Captopril 2x1 tablets, Fundifar 2x1, Furosemide 1x40 mg and Fargoxin 1x0.25 mg. Patients do not routinely consumed cardiac medicine and used hearing aids. From the results of heteroanamnesis, physical examination, and audiogram examination conducted in Mr.S patients, it can be concluded that Mr.S suffers from presbycusis with hypertensive and congestive heart failure. Mr.S was advised to routinely have their hearing check to Otorhinolaryngologist the as an evaluation and routine control to Cardiologist. 
DESCRIPTION OF RISK LEVELS OF GADGET ADDICTION, BULLYING BEHAVIOR, AND DRUG ABUSE IN ADOLESCENTS Anandayudha, Rama Bagus; Noveriana, Calseries Rizki; Wulandari, Ewin; Tjahjono, Felicia Alvita; Wisnawa, I Wayan Weda; Tiara, Zahra Fadhilazka; Sari, Laprianika Retha Haphita; Dewi, Nurin Kusuma; Alkausar, M. Ramadhan; Augustya, Binnari; Dewayani, Anisa Rahma; Karimah, Azimatul
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jcmphr.v1i2.21695

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Gadgets can be interpreted as a tool that can easily be connected to the internet. If the use of gadgets can be done wisely, humans will get many benefits from using gadgets. But if the use of gadgets cannot be controlled, it will have a negative impact. One of the negative effects obtained is dependence or addiction to the gadget itself. Apart from the use of gadgets, bullying is also common today. Approximately three million teenagers become drug abusers in Indonesia. The data was collected using primary data in the form of a questionnaire to collect data on gadget addiction, bullying behavior, and drug abuse among junior high school adolescents at MTs Nahdlatul Wathon Licin. This was a descriptive observational study. The population was students in 8th-9th grades at MTs Nahdlatul Wathon Licin. Sampling was done by total sampling. The number of samples obtained was 93 people. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistical methods which are presented in the form of frequency distribution tables. It was found that 8.6% of respondents had a high risk of gadget addiction, 48.4 % of respondents have a high level of bullying behavior, and 2.2% of respondents are addicted to drugs.

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