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KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science
ISSN : 28087380     EISSN : 28087178     DOI : https://doi.org/10.54543/kesans.v1i1.2
Core Subject : Health, Science,
KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science provides a means for ongoing discussion of the relevant issues that fall within the focus and scope of the journal that can be examined empirically. This journal publishes research articles in the medicine, Nursing, Midwifery, Public Health, Health Technology, Occupational Health and Safety, Pharmacy, and physiotherapy. Articles published are the results of research, studies or scientific studies on important and current issues or scientific book reviews.
Articles 15 Documents
Analysis Of Time Analysis Of Outstanding Medical Records To Improve The Quality Of Services At Dustira Hospital, Cimahi Rosadi, Imam; Iqbal Purnama, Muhammad
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The provision of medical record files depends on the availability of data, clear and accurate information. The speed of providing medical record files is one indicator of the quality of service in medical records. The purpose of the study was to determine the achievement of the Minimum Service Standards in the medical record unit in providing medical record files. The research method uses descriptive methods with a qualitative approach. Data collection was carried out for 5 days by recording the hours the patient registered in the outpatient registration section until the time the medical record file was found, located at the hospital. Dustira Cimahi. The result is as many as 2090 or 86,1% of medical record files with a provisioning time of ? 10 minutes, 340 or 13,9% of medical record files requiring a provisioning time of> 10 minutes. The conclusion is based on the provision of medical record files at the hospital. Dustira has met the minimum service standards with the set waiting time standards for outpatient services which is an average of <60 minutes, it is recommended to maintain and improve the quality of service.
Review Of Returning Medical Records In Outpatient Medical Record Minda Kusumah, Raden; Putri Meyliyan, Jessica
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In returning the outpatient medical record file to thesection of the Medical Record Unit, Assembling there was a delay. This is because the return of medical record files has not been carried out according to Standard Operating Procedures, as a result, causing delays in the reporting system. The method used is qualitative using a descriptive approach. Data collection techniques by observation, interviews and literature study. This study aims to determine the return of former medical records of outpatients at Dayeuhkolot Health Center. The results of the study prove that the delay in returning outpatient medical record files at the Dayeuhkolot Health Center with presentations during the 1 week study amounted to 63 or 22% of 285 medical record files. Efforts have been made to disseminate information to all officers related to the efforts made by the person in charge of COVID-19 patients in returning medical record files on time.
The Relationship Of Pregnant Women's Knowledge And Attitude To The Implementation Of Delivery Planning And Complication Prevention (P4k) Program Ruhayati, Ratih
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Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) and Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) are indicators to assess the health status of the community. Based on the Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey 2017 IDHS, the maternal mortality rate in Indonesia is still high at 302 per 100,000 live births, while the infant mortality rate is 24 per 1000 live births. The decline in MMR and IMR cannot be separated from the role of community empowerment, one of which is carried out through the implementation of the Childbirth Planning and Complications Prevention Program (P4K). Most mothers, husbands, and families have less active role in the implementation of P4K, even though there is an effect of implementing P4K on neonatal mortality. This happens because the mother's knowledge about P4K is still lacking, so her attitude is still not positive. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between knowledge and attitudes of pregnant women towards the implementation of the Childbirth Planning and Complications Prevention (P4K) Program. The research design used "analytic descriptive" cross-sectional, with a total population of 126 pregnant women, while the sample was taken using purposive sampling technique, with a total sample of 96 respondents. The results of statistical analysis with the Chi-Square test showed that for the knowledge variable, the results of the P value = 0.005 concluded that there was a significant relationship between the level of knowledge and the implementation of P4K, while for the attitude variable the P value = 0.001 concluded that there was a significant relationship between attitudes with the implementation of P4K.
Medical Record Storage System Analysis On The Effectiveness Of Patient Services Muchsam, Yoki; Rizkiana Muharam, Ilham
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This study aims to determine and analyze the medical record storage system on the effectiveness of patient care at the Cikole Public Health Center. The research method used is quantitative with inferential statistical analysis techniques. Data collection techniques by means of observation, interviews and questionnaires. Cikole Lembang Public Health Center is one of the first level health care facilities. Based on observations, the storage system used is a regional storage system in which each region starts from the first digit. There are 2 officers who work in the medical records section of the Cikole Public Health Center. With the storage system used, there are several shortcomings, namely the occurrence of misfiles and duplication. To find out whether there is an analysis of the medical record storage system on the effectiveness of the service, the author gives a questionnaire to the Cikole Public Health Center officers. The results of the questionnaire also show that the highest percentage level is found in item no.7, namely the decentralized storage system is in accordance with the target of 71%. Then the second is item no. 8, namely a decentralized storage system that allows the provision of medical record files on time by 61%. From the results of interviews with medical records officers, suggestions and input were given: (1). The storage system used was changed to centralization so that the alignment system was not duplicated; (2). The use of bindex as an additional tool to make storage neater and easier.
Analysis Of Outside Claim Fragmentation On BPJS Claims In Hospital Rahayu, Tiny; Rahma Tika, Mia; Lestariyowidodo, Sapta
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The Social Security Organizing Agency (BPJS) has provisions regardingfraud in which one form of fraud is the breakdown of service episodes that are not in accordance with medical indications (serviceunbundling or fragmentation)it is done by health care providers in Health Facilities Referral Follow-Up (FKRTL) the action is done intentionally, to get financial benefits from public relations. Health Insurance program in the National Social Security System through fraudulent acts that are not in accordance with the provisions of the laws and regulations. The purpose of this study is to analyze the occurrence of Fragmentation in Hospital X. This research method uses quantitative methods from the data obtained. The results of this study of the Hospital conducted fragmentation in february 33 files and march 24 files and the number of fragmentation in mountax services. The hospital argued not to experience losses because the claim package that has been arranged by the Health Insurance Organizing Agency (BPJS) Instead of the Health Insurance Organizing Agency (BPJS) prohibits fragmentation because it includesfraud. In this study, the hospital can fragment because it is not applied standard operating procedures properly and in accordance with PERMENKES Number 16 of 2020 the hospital must have a fraud prevention team in order to conduct early detection.
Recognizing Sexually Transmitted Infections And Their Treatment Septiana, Nabilla; Ramdhani Kusuma, Dinie; Hapsari, Yunita
Jurnal KESANS : Kesehatan dan Sains Vol 1 No 2 (2021): KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science
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Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are diseases that can be transmitted from one person to another, can be caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi. STIs can be transmitted through vaginal, anal, and oral sex. This article aims to identify STIs and their management. The sources used are scientific journals and textbooks. Source searches were conducted on the online portals of journal publications such as the National Center for Biotechnology Information / NCBI (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov) and Google Scholar (scholar.google.com). Transmission of STIs can occur due to interactions between agents (disease-causing factors), hosts (humans as hosts), and the environment (environmental factors). The increase in the incidence of STIs is influenced by several factors, including demographic changes such as very high population growth, increased community movements due to work or tourism, advances in IT-based technology (Technology Information) and socio-economic improvements.
Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (PARDS) On Pediatric COVID-19 Patients Rahmah, Siti; Wahyu Alfian Muharzami, Lalu; Akhdani Almaesy, Lastri; Nurhayati, Putri; Sasmitha A, Ridha
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At the end of 2019, there was a pandemic happening in the world, called the novel Coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19). Various spectrums of disease from COVID-19, one of which is ARDS. The incidence of COVID-19 in children is not as much as in adults. However, in children under one year of age it can get worse. The main characteristic of worsening infection is the occurrence of ARDS. Objective: To find out the best treatment for PARDS in COVID-19 patients. Method: The writing of this article uses various sources from scientific journals to government guidelines and related institutions. Search articles using the keywords “Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome”, “ARDS”, “Pediatric Respiratory Distress Syndrome”, “PARDS”, and “PARDS on COVID-19” Result and Discussion: PARDS was defined based on PALICC in 2015. Pathophysiology of PARDS in COVID-19 patients is still unclear. However, there is a theory that explains the way SARS-Cov-2 enters cells, namely through membrane fusion, giving rise to ARDS. The difference in handling PARDS for COVID-19 patients is that the handling technique is more alert to the risk of aerosols. Conclusions: There are differences in the handling of PARDS for COVID-19 patients in the technique by reducing the risk of virus transmission by preventing leakage when using a ventilator and using a bacterial/virus filter, as well as rescuers and staff using complete PPE during the procedure.
Preliminary Study On Latent Membrane Protein-1 (LMP-1) And Bcl-2 Associated X (BAX) In Exosomes Of Patients With Nasopharingeal Cancer In NTB Provincial Hospital Angrayany Sapar, Puput; Kadriyan, Hamsu; Yudhanto, Didit
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Nasopharyngeal cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in Indonesia, especially head and neck cancer. One of the etiology of this cancer is infection with Epstein-Barr virus. Early diagnosis is difficult to establish because the early signs and symptoms of nasopharyngeal carcinoma are not specific. Examination of latent membrane protein-1 (LMP1) oncogene expression and BCL2-associated X (BAX) gene expression proved to be useful in the identification of nasopharyngeal cancer. LMP1 oncogene is an oncogene that functions as a tumor necrosis factor receptor (TNFR), so that apoptosis does not occur and promotes invasion and metastasis. The BAX gene is a pro-apoptotic gene that inhibits cancer development, but its regulation will be downregulated by LMP1 because LMP can protect B-cells from apoptosis.
Bekasi City Government Policy In Financing Stunting In Children Hanifa Muslimah, Rifa’at; Subhandi Bakhtiar, Handar
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Currently, nutritional problems in Indonesia are still in the spotlight, one of which is the problem of stunting in toddlers. The government shows its commitment to tackling stunting by making regulations regarding the acceleration of stunting reduction as stated in Presidential Regulation No. 72 of 2021. The health financing system is an effort to fund the health sector to support the implementation of health with the aim of achieving the highest health status. This study aims to provide an overview of the Bekasi City government's policy in financing stunting prevention in Bekasi City. The research method used is normative juridical, with a statutory approach. The policies issued by the Bekasi City Government regarding the Prevention and Control of Stunting are contained in the Bekasi Mayor's Instruction No: 440/1914/Bappeda and the establishment of the Task Force for the Acceleration of Stunting Prevention and Control is contained in Decree Number: 440/Kep.277-Bappelitbangda/V/ 2020. The results of this study show that the participation of the Bekasi City government has been very good from issuing policies related to stunting reduction efforts, forming and implementing 8 integration actions by involving multi-sectoral roles in government which is an effort to prevent stunting. The financing used in the stunting prevention process is funded by the Bekasi City Government from the Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget (APBD) and or other funds that can be utilized by the relevant government sector to be in charge of 8 integration actions.
Dry Eye Due To Millet Diabetes Febriya Moestafa, Rizka
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Eye dry syndrome or dry eye is a multifactorial disorder that causes reduced tear fluid, causing discomfort to the eye. Several risk factors that cause dry eye such as history of medication, meibomian gland dysfunction, age, gender, systemic disease and immune disorders (Mark, et al., 2021). Diabetes mellitus is one of the risk factors for dry eyes. The International Dry Eye Workshop II (DEWS) divides dry eyes into two parts based on etiopathological criteria, namely due to lack of tear production or Aqueous Tear Deficiency (ATD) and excessive evaporation or Evaporative Tear Deficiency (ETD) (shimazaki, 2018). Prevalence This article aims to review Diabetes Miletus, one of the risk factors for dry eye. The source search was carried out on the online portal of the publication of the journal Nation Center for Biotechnology Information / NCBI, Google Scholar with the keywords "Eye Dry Syndrome, Diabetes Milletus, Eye Dry treatment".

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