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JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
ISSN : 27460851     EISSN : 27457877     DOI : https://doi.org/10.31539/josing.v1i2
Core Subject : Health,
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health published by Institut Penelitian Matematika, Komputer, Keperawatan, Pendidikan dan Ekonomi (IPM2KPE) as an information and communication media for practitioners, researchers and academics who are interested in the field and development of Nursing, such as pediatric nursing, management of nursing, medical surgical nursing, maternity nursing, psychiatrics nursing, community nursing, emergency nursing, gerontology nursing, and family nursing. Beside, Health includes biostatistic, epidemiology, health informatic, reproductive health, health insurance management, health information management, health service management, hospital management, health promotion, occupational safety and health. The journal is published annually two times every June and December that first announce in 2020.
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Obesity and Heredity for Diabetes Mellitus among Elderly Setyawati, Asih Dewi; Ngo, Thi hai Ly; Padila, Padila; Andri, Juli
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (365.702 KB) | DOI: 10.31539/josing.v1i1.1149

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The study has a purpose to determine obesity and heredity in diabetes mellitus case among elderly in Bengkulu. The method in this study was descriptive correlation design with the total samples were 42 elderly in Primary Health Center calls Sukamerindu, Bengkulu. The data has collected from January until March 2019. The results of unvaried study shows there were 21 people (50%) of elderly who are obese, 21 people (50%) of respondents with heredity,14 people (33.3%) with diabetes mellitus. According to the results of chi-square test, it found there was a significant correlation with obesity and genetic factor for diabetic mellitus among elderly in Bengkulu with p-value 0.003 and OR 12.667. In summary, obesity and genetic factors can increase the case of diabetes mellitus among elderly in Primary Health Center, Bengkulu. By giving an enough education and counseling by expert that will reduce the incidence of diabetes mellitus among in Primary health Center Sukamerindu, Bengkulu. Keywords: Diabetes Mellitus, Heredity, Obesity
Hypnobirthing Pain Management for Maternal Pain Adaptation along Labor Process Andriani, Yessi; Primal, Def; Delima, Mera
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of hypnobirthing pain management on the adaptability of maternal pain spontaneously. This study uses a quantitative approach to the design quasi-experimental design with treatment replications ( pretest posttest with control group. Research results showed the existence difference in pain adaptation in mothers who are given hypnobirthing pain management intervention is 1,00 (able to adapt). No differences in pain adaptation in women who were not given pain management interventions hipnobirthing ie -0.62 (not able to adapt). Bivariate results revealed the influence of hypnobirthing pain management on the adaptation ability of maternal pain that gave birth spontaneously (p=0.002). We conclude that there is an influence of hypnobirthing pain management on pain adaptability. It is expected that medical services are able to apply hypnobirthing pain management to maternity mothers, and expected to make standardized services procedures on hypnobirthing management for pain relaxations. Keywords : Hypnobirthing, Pain Adaptation, Pain Management
Stimulation of Preschool Motor Development Through Brain Gym and Puzzle Panzilion, Panzilion; Padila, Padila; Setyawati, Asih Dewi; J, Harsismanto; Sartika, Andry
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of brain Gymnastics and playing puzzles on improving the motor skills in preschool children in the work area of the Basuki Rahmad Health Center in Bengkulu. The Quantitative research design used the quasy experiment design, one group pre-post test equivalent without control design. The results of the univariate analysis with brain gymnastics and playing puzzles intervention showed the 15 respondents before doing brain gymnastics and puzzle, there were nine children (60%) experiencing motor skills deviations and after giving therapy ten children (66.7%) experienced standard motor skills. The bivariate results of the Wilcoxon test have a significant effect between before and after brain gymnastics and puzzle intervention with p-value = 0.001 on motor development at the preschool children. It can conclude that an increase in the average motor picture before and after brain gymnastics and playing puzzles interventions in the Basuki Rahmad Community Health Center in Bengkulu. Keywords: Brain gym, Puzzle, Motor, Preschool
Education about Early Asking and Bounding Initiations Attachment Against the Mother's Readiness Delima, Mera; Andriani, Yessi; Putri, Rahmatul
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of education about early breastfeeding initiation and bounding attachment on maternal readiness for the breastfeeding process at BPS Bunda Bukittinggi. This type of research uses the Pre-experiment method with the design of one group pretest and posttest. In this study with the mean value of the readiness of mothers to breastfeed before doing education was 57,33 which then increased to 63,80 and the value of p Value 0,000 (p <0.05), meaning that there is an effect of education about the initiation of early breastfeeding and bounding attachment to maternal readiness for the breastfeeding process in the BPS Bunda Bukittinggi in 2019. It was concluded that education about early breastfeeding initiation and bounding attachment can increase knowledge in readiness for breastfeeding in pregnant women. Keywords: Bounding Attachment Early, Breastfeeding Initiation, Maternal Readiness For Breastfeeding
Treatment Under the Spotlight and Kanguru Mother Care for Body Temperature among Premature Newborn Pole, Jasper Suinite
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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The purpose of this study was to find out how the comparison between kangaroo cares methods and treatments under the spotlight to control the body temperature of premature infants in the perinatology room port moresby general hospital, papua new guinea. This type of research is an experiment with a posttest only control design. The results obtained Mann-Whitney value of 0.589, which means the value of p-value> rather than α (0.05). Conclusion, there was no significant difference between the control group (under the spotlight treatment) and the intervention group (kangaroo maintenance method). Keywords: Kangaroo Mother Care, Premature newborn, Spotlights
Discharge Education for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Patients at Emergency Department Songwathana, Praneed; Nurhayati, Nurhayati
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 2 (2021): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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This study aims to review the literature on educational interventions for the discharge of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) patients in the Emergency Room (IGD). Database searches were performed based on PICO queries and keywords. using ProQuest, ScienceDirect, Scopus, and PubMed for the period 2012-2019. Ten studies were reviewed. The findings revealed the contents of discharge information for mTBI patients including diagnosis, signs and symptoms, treatment and medication, pain management, home care, and ED return instructions. Four methods of discharge intervention are commonly used in the ED; written, spoken, animated and moving videos, and printed instructions measured over two time periods, either pre-discharge in the ED or follow-up 1-2 weeks post-discharge at home. In conclusion, combined teaching was more effective in terms of level of knowledge, understanding, and ED repeat visits. Keywords: Discharge education, Emergency, Minor Traumatic Brain Injury
Guided Imagery Technique Implementation Reducing Primigravida Pregnancy Anxiety Before Childbirth Delivery Andriani, Yessi; Amalia, Endra; Primal, Def
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 2 (2021): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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Anxiety is the most common psychiatric condition found throughout the world. Anxiety in pregnancy is an emotional reaction that occurs in pregnant women related to the concern of the mother with the welfare of herself and her fetus. Guided imagery is the development of mental functions that express oneself dynamically through a psychophysiological process involving all senses and bringing about changes in behavior, perception, or physiological responses with someone's guidance or through the media. This scientific case study aims to determine the application of nursing care to primigravida mothers in dealing with the labor process using guided imagery techniques. The data collection techniques used were interviews, observation, physical examination, and documentation study. This scientific paper shows that there is a decrease in the level of anxiety in the patient after doing the guided imagery technique for 3 meetings. Based on these results, it can be concluded that the intervention from journals related to nursing care in primigravida mothers who experience anxiety has been implemented well. The results of this scientific case study are expected to be implemented as a basis for developing nursing care management and assisting nurses to increase client’s satisfaction with caring provided. Keywords: anxiety, guided imagery, primigravida pregnancy.
Mothers Awareness of Pneumonia and the Toddler Breastfeeding Duration Affect Pneumonia Incidence Primal, Def; Jafri, Yendrizal; Fernandes, Andrye
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 2 (2021): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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This study aims to determine the relationship between the mother's level of awareness about the pathology of pneumonia and the duration of breastfeeding under five with the incidence of pneumonia in DR. M.A. Hospital Hanafiah. This research is a retrospective analytic descriptive study with a cross-sectional design. The results showed that mothers' awareness of pneumonia was lower by 71.8%, they breastfed their babies for less than six months (71.8%), and more than two-thirds of children under five (76.9%) were diagnosed with pneumonia. Furthermore, statistical analysis significantly correlated the mothers' awareness of pneumonia and the duration of breastfeeding they performed on their children with pneumonia. The conclusion is that the mother's understanding of pneumonia has a linear effect on the incidence of pneumonia in infants and toddlers. The duration of breastfeeding has a significant impact. We assume that non-exclusive breastfeeding in infants stimulates underweight and immunological disorders that accelerate the incidence of pneumonia. Keywords: Mother's Awareness, Length of Breastfeeding, Toddler Pneumonia
Changes of Blood Pressure in Hypertension Patients Through Isometric Handgrip Exercise Andri, Juli; Padila, Padila; Sartika, Andry; Andrianto, Muhammad Bagus; J, Harsismanto
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 2 (2021): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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This study aims to identify the effect of isometric handgrip exercise on changes in blood pressure in people with hypertension. Quasi experimental research design with two group pretest postest research design on 16 respondents. The results showed that there were changes in systolic and diastolic blood pressure after the isometric handgrip exercise intervention (t = 8,279, p = 0,000), (t = 6,154, p = 0,000). In conclusion, there was a difference between the decrease in systolic and diastolic blood pressure in the isometric handgrip exercise intervention group. Keywords: Blood Pressure, Hypertension, Isometric Handgrip Exercise
Intervention of Numbers Puzzle Against Short Memory Mental Retardated Children Panzilion, Panzilion; Padila, Padila; Andri, Juli
JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health Vol 1 No 2 (2021): JOSING: Journal of Nursing and Health
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The purpose of this study was to see the effect of number puzzle intervention on increasing short memory in children with mental retardation in SDLBN 05 Bengkulu City. This study uses a quantitative approach using a Quasy Experiment design, one group pre-post test with a nonequivalent control group design. This study uses a digit forward questionnaire by remembering the numbers from front to back, the digit forward numbers are 9 digits. The results of the univariate analysis of the intervention of 10 samples 7 (30%) with a less short memory and 3 (30%) short memory samples are good and after being given number puzzle therapy, it is known that out of 10 samples 8 (80%) have a good memory and 2 (20%) with the less category. The paired test results showed that there was an effect of puzzle therapy on increasing short memory in SDLBN 05 Bengkulu City with a p-value of 0,000. In conclusion, there is an effect of number puzzle therapy intervention on increasing short memory of children with mental retardation in SDLBN 05 Bengkulu City. Keywords: Number Puzzle, Mental retardation, Short memory

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