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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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The Survey of Food Consumption Among Traders with Hypertension at Bantul Traditional Market Hidayati, Ririn Wahyu
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1849

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Hypertension is a non-communicable disease which ranks in the top 3. Untreated hypertension will have an impact on increasing the incidence of stroke and coronary heart disease. The prevalence of hypertension in Indonesia is 25, 8%, while the incidenceof hypertension in Special Region of Yogyakarta is 25,7%. In Indonesia in 2017, 77% of people with a history of hypertension had a stroke. Therefore, in 2025 it is projected that 29% of the world's population or as many as 1.56 billion adults will experience hypertension. This is influenced by several factors, one of which is an unhealthy lifestyle. Efforts that have been made by Indonesia in the prevention and control of hypertension with "CERDIK" behavior. This study aims to determine the types of food consumed by traditional market traders in Bantul who have hypertension. The study used a simple quantitative descriptive design with cross sectional approach. The population in this study were 87 traders. Samples were taken by purposive sampling method, namely all traders who have hypertension and are willing to be respondents as many as 50 traders. This research is expected to increase public awareness independently and research data can be used as basic health data for traders and follow-up for health workers for appropriate hypertension management in the community.
The Relationship Husband’s Support and Exclusive Breastfeeding in the Work Area of Umbulharjo 1 Public Health Center, Yogyakarta City Efriani, Rolita; Astuti, Dhesi Ari
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1836

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In order to reduce Infant Mortality and Mortality Rate (IMR), The United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) recommend that babies only be breastfed for the first six months of life (exclusive breastfeeding). The coverage of exclusive breastfeeding in the Special Region of Yogyakarta is 73.3% and the lowest is in Yogyakarta City at 59.52%, this achievement has not reached the government's target of 80%. Umbulharjo I Public Health Center is the health center with the lowest exclusive breastfeeding coverage in Yogyakarta City at 39.15%. Exclusive breastfeeding can be assessed for effectiveness from the Health Technology Assessment (HTA) aspect. This study aims to determine the relationship of husband's support with exclusive breastfeeding at Umbulharjo I Public Health Center, Yogyakarta City. This research is an analytical survey with a cross sectional approach. Samples of 64 mothers were taken from a population of 179 mothers who had 6-12 months old infants. Data were analyzed by Chi-Square test. The results of the analysis of the husband's supportwith exclusive breastfeeding obtained a p-value of 0.019 (p 0.05). Conclusion, there is a relationship between husband's support and exclusive breastfeeding in the working area of the Umbulharjo I Public Health Center.
Spirituality and Depression with Self-Moving Trends in Adolescents: (Empirical Evidence in Yogyakarta, Indonesia) Setyowati, Sri; Suyatno, Suyatno
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1848

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Indonesia is the 14th country with the highest suicide rate in the world and the 8th highest country in ASEAN. Yogyakarta is the city that places the second rank in Indonesia with the highest child and adolescent suicide rates. The purpose of this study is to analyze spirituality and depression with suicidal tendencies in adolescents in Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta. The method used is of quantitative research using multiple regression. This study found that there is a significant relationship between depression and suicidal tendencies. This study suggests that the need for the role of counselling guidance teachers to improve their guidance and counselling as well as the role of community nurses to optimize their nursing care, especially in adolescents.
An Overview of Sexual Activity Perception Activities in Pregnant Women in Sleman Hospital satriyandari, Yekti; Sulistyawati, Sri
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1745

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Pregnant women and their partners' perceptions of pregnancy will greatly determine their behavior in sexual intercourse. There’re some people who consider the sexual relations of husband and wife during pregnancy as taboo, even though sexual life is a necessity. This study aims to describe about pregnant womens’ sexual activity perception in Sleman Hospital. This study is descriptive research. Data analysis used univariate analysis. The statistical tests results showed that most pregnant women had sufficient perceptions of 68 (70.83%), 14 (14.58%) of good perceptions, and 14 (14.58%) of less perceptions. The descriptive test results for pregnant women were dominated by ages 21 to 25 years with sufficient perceptions. Pregnant women are dominated by housewives with sufficient perceptions. Parity is predominantly in 1st time pregnancy with sufficient perception. The suggestion is that the research results can be used as a reference and learning material as well as science in midwifery development.
Stunting Knowledge on the Prevention of Babies with BBLR in the PKU Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Hospital Mawarti, Retno
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1847

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One of the problems suffered by toddlers is stunting caused by low birth weight (LBW). The number of stunting incidents in Indonesia in 2016 was 27.5% (Ministry of Health, 2016), while the incidence of stunting in Yogyakarta in 2016 was 14.4% Stunting can lead to poor motor and mental development at an early age, as well as poor cognitive presentations and school presentations in advanced childhood (Nutrition Section of the DIY Health Office, 2014). One of the efforts to prevent stunting is to see the knowledge of mothers about stunting. The purpose of this study was to determine the Knowledge Description of Stunting Prevention in mothers with LBW children at PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital Yogyakarta. This research uses a descriptive quantitative method. The study population was mothers who had LBW children with a total sample of 25 respondents who were drawn using a purposive sampling technique. The research instrument used a questionnaire and the analysis used a percentage. The results of this study show that maternal knowledge about LBW in the moderate category is 14 (56%) and the poor category is 11 (44%). The maternal knowledge about stunting, in the good category is 209 (80%), and in the fair category is 5 (20%). The maternal knowledge on prevention of stunting in LBW babies in the good category is 22 (88%), and in the poor category is 3 (12%). In the future, it is hoped that mothers with low birth weight babies can increase their knowledge of stunting prevention.
Relationship of Parities with Benefits Knowledge of Maternal and Child (KIA) Book for Pregnant Women at Public Heath Centre 1 Gamping 1 Estri, Belian Anugrah
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1669

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Public awareness about pregnant women health’s still a determining factor for MMR and IMR. Although there are still many factors that must be considered to deal with this problem, one of the causes of death is the ignorance of pregnant women and their families in recognizing danger signs of pregnancy, to solve this the government is trying to improve awareness and knowledge of pregnant women and their families with maternal and child health books (KIA). This study aims to to determine whether there is a relationship between parity and knowledge about the benefits of the KIA Handbook for pregnant women at Gamping 1 health center. This research is a quantitative study. The data collection method based on the time approach used is the cross section method. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling, namely taking samples according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria of 45 respondents with the Chi Square relationship test with a significance level of 95%. Chi Squere test results show that the p-value is 0.020. Therefore, the p-value α (0.05) means that there is a relationship between parity and the knowledge of pregnant women on the KIA Handbook at the Gamping 1 Health Center in Yogyakarta. Pregnant women are expected to continue to use and read the KIA Handbook during pregnancy in order to increase mother's knowledge.
Midwives Complience, Mother And Child Health Book, And Mother’s Health Cahyawati, Fitnaningsih Endang; Nurmalitasari, Septiana
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1846

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The Maternal and Child Health Book (MCH Handbook) contains maternal (pregnant, childbirth and postpartum) health records and children (newborns to 6 year old children) as well as various information on how to maintain and care for the health of mothers and children. Based on the 2012 Indonesia Demographic Health Survey (IDHS), the maternal mortality rate (related to pregnancy, childbirth and childbirth) was 359 per 100,000 live births. This study aims to determine the compliance of the MCH handbook by midwives in early detection of high risk of pregnancy in the Kasihan 1 Health Center, Bantul Regency. This study used a descriptive quantitative research design. The variable in this study consisted of one variable, namely compliance with the book of MCH handbook by Midwife in early detection of high risk of pregnancy. The sampling technique in this study was total sampling, with a sample of 9 midwives. The results showed that the compliance of midwives in completing MCH handbooks at the Puskesmas Kasihan 1 Bantul District was mostly obedient with 6 KIA midwives with a percentage of 66.7% and not complying with 3 midwives with a percentage of 33.3%. The suitability of midwives in filling MCH books at the Puskesmas Kasihan 1 Bantul Regency was mostly according to 41 MCH books with a percentage of 68.3% and not according to 19 MCH books with a percentage of 31.7%. The next researcher is expected to be able to conduct a complete research thoroughly the factors that influence the completeness of the MCH handbook by observing and interviewing midwives.
The Series of Leaflets as Media for Education, Promotion and Monitoring of Exclusive ASI Rahayu, Bety Agustina; Maria, Debby Yulianthi; Hariyanti, Dwi
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1128

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Mother's knowledge about the importance of exclusive breastfeeding is a problem that determines the success of exclusive breastfeeding. Information support is needed to increase the mother's knowledge. This research create an acceptable media for increasing mother's knowledge of exclusive breastfeeding. This research uses the action research method. There are 5 stages including diagnosis, making an action plan, acting, evaluating and learning. The informants of this research are the baby mothers, posyandu cadres and the ASI counselling team at the Pleret health centre. Data collection instruments and techniques using questionnaires and interviews. Credibility test with technical triangulation, which was analyzed using theories from Milles and Huberman. The creation of a series of leaflet media about exclusive breastfeeding guidelines consisting of six series. Leaflets are made attractive in terms of design. This series of leaflet media can be used as an educational and promotional media about exclusive breastfeeding.
Article Review Case Analysis of Post-Placenta IUD Expulsion Nurhidayati, Evi; Setyoningsih, Dewi
International Journal of Health Science and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1845

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Indonesian Government has launched various programs to overcome population problems. Postpartum Family planning program is included in maternal insurance program, so every partum mother can immediately insert Post-placenta IUD for free. The failure of inserting IUD contraception in Indonesia reached 37.75%. The result of this review can be taken into consideration regarding goverment policy about Postpartum Family Planing Programe.  The design of this study is literature review. The selected articles are those relating to IUD Post-placenta expulsion. Database PubMed used to cellecting article. We only take article that published from 2010 – 2018. The analysis of 11 journals showed that the IUD post-placenta have rates of expulsion varies from some article, the lowest 1,4 % and highest 24 %. Then delayed insertion of IUD have expulsion rates 0 % up to 37%. This review supports the evidence that insertion of an IUD Postplacenta after vaginal delivery or caesarean delivery is safe. Expulsion rates should be further studied in larger randomised controlled trials.
Anxiety and Maternal Fetal Attachment Wahyuntari, Evi; Puspitasari, Ika
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31101/ijhst.v2i2.1850

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Maternal Fetal Attachment and fetal growth are strongly influenced by the emotional state or anxiety of the mother, this can be seen from the psychological condition of the mother before giving birth.  The psychological condition of the mother will have an impact on the health and development of the fetus. In Indonesia, there are about 28.7% of pregnant women who experience anxiety in the third trimester. The research objective was to determine the relationship between anxiety and maternal fetal attachment. Cross sectional study. With a population of pregnant women in the third trimester aged 20-35 years as many as 42 respondents. The sampling technique used non probability sampling with a total sampling of 42 pregnant women in the third trimester. The anxiety measurement tool uses the Zung self-rating anxiety scale (ZSAS) questionnaire and the MFA uses the Prenatal attachment inventory (PAI) questionnaire. Pearson analysis (product moment). The p value is 0.023 with a correlation coefficient of -0.350. The conclusion is that there is a relationship between anxiety and maternal fetal attachment at Gamping II Public Health Center with weak relationship closeness, it means that the lower the anxiety score received, the higher the maternal fetal attachment score. Suggestions for pregnant women in the third trimester to be more active in seeking information, both electronic print media, health workers and others about maternal-fetal attachment since pregnancy.

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