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International Journal of Health Science and Technology
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26858673     DOI : 10.31101/ijhst.v2i1.1833
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International Journal of Health Science and Technology published since July 2019 with ISSN Online: 2685-8673 by LPPM Universitas Aisyiyah Yogyakarta. IJHST Published third a year in January, July and November. This journal contains research papers as results of research which have already been reviewed by reviewers in the field of health, science and technology. Every article that goes to the editorial staff will be selected through Initial Review processes by Editorial Board. Then, the articles will be sent to peer reviewers and will go to the next selection by Blind Review Process. After that, the articles will be returned to the authors to revise. These processes take a month for a maximum time. For each manuscript, peer reviewers will rate the substantial and technical aspects, peer reviewers who collaborate with International Journal of Health Science and Technology.
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Determination of ordering acceptance using decision support system on metal casting industry in sub-district of Ceper Klaten Muhsin, Ahmad; Muafi, Muafi; Hasyim, Fuad; Kusumawati, Rizqi Adhyka
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 1, No 2 (2019): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1102

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The largest center of metal casting industry in Indonesia is located in sub-district of Ceper, Klaten, Central Java. The companies of this region open orders for manufacturing engine spare parts and any other engineering needs. The research aims to provide a media accelerating the process of estimation and decision making on product ordering acceptance in the form of Decision Suppprt System (DSS). The method used in this research was System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) encompassing system analysis, system design, and system implementation. The contrive of application used basic programming language with visual Studio Community 2017 software and Microsoft Access basic database software. The testing result of Decission Support System on consumer ordering acceptance using alpha test method and black box test showed that the application program is proper to use and in accordance to the needs of corporate managers to take decision on ordering acceptance.
The correlation between anemia and the incidence of premature rupture of membranes (prom) at regional Public Hospital Panembahan Senopati Bantul Indriani, Suciana; Puspitasari, Elika
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1097

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The incidence of premature rupture of membranes ranges from 5-10% of all partum. Preterm PROM occurs in 1% of all pregnancies, 70% of cases occur in term pregnancies and 30% of occurrence of PROM causes of premature birth. This study aimed to determine the correlation between anemia and the incidence of premature rupture of membranes at Regional Public Hospital of Panembahan Senopati Bantul in 2016-2017. The research design was analytic survey method using retrospective time approach. The sample technique used total sampling of 172 mothers with premature rupture of membranes. Based on data analysis it was found that partum women with mild anemia, as many as 155 respondents (90.1%), had premature rupture of membrane PROM 37 weeks, while partum women with moderate anemia, as many as 6 respondents (5.0%), experienced premature rupture of membranes PPROM 37 weeks . Chi Square statistical test results with a significant level of 0.05 obtained p value= 0.001 (p value 0.005). There was a correlation between anemia and the incidence of premature rupture of membranes at Regional Public Hospital of Panembahan Senopati Bantul in 2017. Health workers should provide good ANC services in order to prevent anemia that affects the incidence of premature rupture of membranes.
The effectiveness of red ginger extract to decreasemenstrual pain level in adolescent at Al Husna 2 Islamic Boarding School Kediri year 2016 Afindaningrum, Rochmanita Sandya; dewi, Rahma Kusuma
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1108

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Dismenorea is menstrual problems that is oftenexperienced adolescent and is caused by the occurence of uterine contractions due to increased prostaglandin. The content of gingerol in ginger red can overcome dysmenorrhoea by blocking prostaglandin. The purpose of this study was to know the effect of red ginger drink to the decline in the level of menstrual pain (in adolescent at Boarding school Al Husna 2 Kediri. Pre-experimental research design used by the approach of one group pretest posttest design. The population of this study was all students who experience dismenorea. Sample of adolescents who experience dismenoreawere 17 people with accidental sampling. The average pain score before treatment was 2.53, after treatment average pain score was 1, 59 based on the description, it shows that there was a decrease in pain scores of 0.94 or 37.1%. Normality test is known that the distribution of data in pain scores before being treated distribution is not normal with a p-value of 0.05 while after treated with distribution data is not normal P 0.05, making the results statistically using the Wilcoxon test showed the value of P = 0.000 (p α = 0,05). There is an influence of red ginger drink to the decline in the level of menstrual pain (dysmenorrhoea) in adolescent at Boarding school Al Husna 2 Kediri. Respondents are advised to drink red ginger when dysmenorrhoea.
The influence of parenting patterns on adolescent sexual behavior Sholihah, Andri Nur
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1103

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The relationship between parenting and sexual behavior in adolescents is the main topic of this study. The research employeddescriptive correlation research method with cross sectional time approach. Respondents consisted of 80 adolescents and the sampling techniques used wastotal sampling techniques. Data were collected by using questionnaires and analyzed by using univariateanalysis, and bivariate analysis with chi square test. The results of the study showed that democratic parenting was 67,5%, permissive parenting was 11,25%,authoritarian parenting was 7,5% and for the application of mixed parenting was 13,75%. The correlation test results obtained p 0,05 (P=0,00) and coefficient value of 0,628 which means that there is a significant relationship and close relationship between parenting and adolescents sexual behavior.
Soy milk and avocado juice: what is the best to reduce cholesterol among obesity children? Purwaningtyas, Rizki Agustin; Kustiningsih, Kustiningsih
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1098

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Children with obesity have high risk to have abnormal cholesterol rate. Obesity and high cholesterol rate can cause cardiovascular disease at a later time. Children have normal rate of cholesterol if the cholesterol rate in the blood is 170 mg/dL, the threshold category between 170-199 mg/dL, and high category is 200 mg/dL. Soy Milk and avocado juice are the ways of non pharmacological care that can be applied to reduce cholesterol rate. This study aims to compare Soy Milk and avocado juice giving toward cholesterol rate in children with obesity in State Elementary School 1 and 2 of Katerban, Central Java Province, Indonesia. The study used quasi experiment design with non-equivalent control group framework. Samples of the study were 30 children taken by use purposive sampling. Soy Milk and avocado juice effective to reduce cholesterol level in obesity children (p value=0,000, p 0,05), but neither soy milk and avocado juice there’re no one that more effective to decrease cholesterol level (p value=0,902, p 0,05). 60% of respondent were male student age 11 years (36,7%). Father education were high. Soya milk and avocado juice are able to reduce cholesterol rate. Parents must give attention to children’s dietary intake to reduce cholesterol and obesity, also motivate them to do physical activity.
The influence of job stress and working environment on job satisfaction toward job performance Maulidka, Roes Aldi Asaddiari; Isfianadewi, Dessy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1109

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The purpose of this research was to gain information on the influence of HRM practices especially job stress, working environment on job satisfaction toward job performance at Bank Mandiri as state-owned companies in Indonesia. The samples of this research were permanent employees of the company. The questionnaires were distributed to 150 respondents and the employees properly filled 115 questionnaires. The analytical model used in this research was multiple linear regressions. The results of this research proved that job stress significantly influence over job satisfaction because the value of significance is 0.019 (p 0.05). Work environment with significance value of 0.000 (p 0.05) is proved to have significant influence to job satisfaction. Job stress also proved to have significant influence to job performance based on the significance value of 0.008 (p 0.05). Besides that, work environment with the significance value of 0.000 (p 0.05) is proved to have significance value to job performance. Lastly, job satisfaction with the significance value of 0.000 (p 0.05) is proved to have a significant value to job performance.
Breastfeeding peer support affecting early complementary feeding in babies ages 0-4 monts Prastyoningsih, Aris; Astutiningsih, Rini Sumiyati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1104

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One step in the success of breastfeeding is to refer the mother to the Breastfeeding peer support after the mother returns from the health service. the existence of support group for breastfeeding mothers is an important factor that can support the success of mothers for breastfeeding. (Bevan and Brown, 2014). The existence of peer support for breastfeeding mothers can also increase initiation breastfeeding, the duration of exclusive breastfeeding and the satisfaction of mothers with breastfeeding (Vari et al., 2000; Lawrence, 2000). The aim of research is to determine effect of breastfeeding peer support on early complementary feeding in infant. The type of research used is case control research. This research is carried out in primary health care of Ampel 1, Boyolali District, Indonesia. The sampling method using quota sampling technique with a total sample of 30 respondents. The analysis used is the Chi Square formula. The results showed that breastfeeding peer support had an effect in reducing early complementary feeding. OR values showed 11,000 (95% CI: 1,998-60,572) this meant that breastfeeding peer support had a risk of 11 times lowering breastfeeding mothers' behavior in giving early complementary feeding. Conclusions: breastfeeding peer support affects the reduction of early complementary feeding in breastfeeding mothers.
Attitude and family support to family members who are having mental disorders at Community Health Center, Central Java, Indonesia Sumarsih, Tri; Wakhid, Irfanuddin; Asti, Arnika Dwi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1099

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The phenomenon of mental disorders is currently experiencing a significant increase and always increase every year in various parts of the world. Family support is a form of providing support to other family members who experienced problems. The family influences the client's values, beliefs, attitudes and behavior. Based on data at Kutowinangun Health Center related to mental disorder patient visited in 2016 totaling 330 patients, the average number of monthly visit was around 11% or 28 patients. To find out family attitudes and support for family members who experienced mental disorders in Kutowinangun Health Center. This research is a descriptive study with a survey approach. The method of taking respondents in this study uses purposive sampling from the results of sample calculations obtained 75 respondents. Based on the research conducted, it was found that family attitudes toward family members who experience mental disorders in Kutowinangun Primary Health Center, the majority of the category is very good as many as 54 respondents (72,0%) and family support in the majority of good categories as many as 46 respondents (61,3% ). Nurses motivate families to invite family members with mental disorders to exercise control at the Kutowinangun Health Center and families to monitor medication regularly.
Factors that influence suffered of Low Back Pain (LBP) in MRI examination patients in Hospitals Semarang City Mulyati, Sri; Indrati, Rini; Kartikasari, Yeti; Ardiyanto, Jeffri
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1110

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Low back pain can be caused by a variety of musculosceletal diseases, psychological disorders and mobilization. Patients who performed MRI examinations were mostly caused by indications of Low Back Pain (LBP). LBP became an important problem in the United States, in Indonesia an estimated 40% of the population of Central Java aged over 65 years have suffered from low back pain, the prevalence in men is 18.2% and in women is 13.6%.  In recent years, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been used widely, including for diagnosis of LBP. This study aims to identify factors that affect the suffered of low back pain in patients undergoing an MRI examination which consists of personal factors covering : age, habits, smoking  exercise habits, height, obesity, and work factors (tenure, work duration). The research categorize as a quantitative research with cross-sectional design. This study used a sample of all cases of MRI examination with complaints of low back pain as many as 60 patients. Statistical tests using chi square and non-parametric Mann Whitney tests. From the results of the study found that those who suffer  of LBP are mostly from personal factors covering :  men, have jobs that have more burden (weight), more at the age of ≥ 35 years, no smoking, no exercise, height ≥ 163 cm, overweight / obesity, with tenure of ≥ 10 years, with a work duration ≥ 8 hours a day, and type of LBP suffered in the chronic categorized. The factors that caused LBP in this study were personal factors in the most dominant sequence is caused by age, smoking habits, exercise habits, height, BMI, tenure and work duration and type of LBP chronik.
The effect of social support to postpartum depression in postpartum mother in 2018 Hertati, Dessy; Nurhidayati, Evi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v1i2.1105

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The Effect Of Social Support To Postpartum Depression in Postpartum Mother. Post-partum mother have the potential of depression. Their new role as mother gives a higher burden on their mental health. According to the American of Pedriatrics, a retrospective study conducted by nursing found that one of seven women was hospitalized for depression during pregnancies up to one year after childbirth. The prevalence of maternal depression in 2 weeks after delivery was 80-85% and more than 8-15% will develop into postpartum depression. Pregnant mother who did not receive social support were associated with the incidence of postpartum depression with an OR of 2.12 to 3.38 as well as postpartum mothers who received less social support associated with postpartum depression with OR values of 2.06 to 9.64.The study was conducted by literature studies on 10 previous studies about social support variables and the occurrence of postpartum depression. It was found that social support is essential for post-partum mothers in order to keep their confidence to take care their babies and adapt to new things. The social supports were expected from husbands, families, health professionals and environment. Several factors such as culture, education level, demography, and birth experience have the effects on the potential of post-partum depression. Low level of social support increased maternal depression and reduce maternal mental health within four weeks after delivery. High levels of depression can lead to self-harming, acute depression symptoms such as sadness, crying, irritability, anxiety, concentration difficulty, lability of feelings and sleep and appetite disorders, even at an advanced level, it can lead to suicide. In order to minimize and overcome postpartum depression, midwives are expected to provide promotive preventive care on mental health both in prenatal and antenatal periods.

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