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Jurnal EduHealth
Published by SEAN INSTITUTE
ISSN : 20873271     EISSN : 28084608     DOI : -
Core Subject : Health,
The EduHealt journal contains articles based on research results or equivalent in the health field. The research includes research related to the community environment as well as in the general public. Articles published in this journal have never been published/published by other media.
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The relationship between unsafe acts and the incidence of work accidents in welder workers at PT Lintech Seaside Facility Al Khiqni Mochammad Aqwam; Sestiono Mindiharto
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Unsafe action is a behavior or action taken by workers in carrying out their work so that these actions can increase the possibility of work accidents if not changed. Unsafe behavior (unsafe action) that still occurs a lot such as not using personal protective equipment (PPE), improper use of personal protective equipment (PPE), less careful or careless, lack of experience and knowledge. This study aims to analyze the relationship of unsafe actions to the incidence of work accidents in welder workers at PT Lintech Seaside Facility. This type of research is quantitative research with a cross sectional approach. This research was conducted by distributing questionnaires. The sample in the study were 38 welder workers at PT Lintech Seaside Facility. The sampling technique is probalility sampling with simple random sampling method. The results of research on welder workers at PT Lintech Seaside Facility who have experienced work accidents and have a high level of unsafe action are 92.3%, while those who have never experienced work accidents and have a high level of unsafe action are 7.7%. The results of the Coefficient Cotigency correlation test show that the p-value = 0.001. The results concluded that there is a significant relationship between unsafe actions and the incidence of work accidents.
The influence of knowledge and health service in the usage of oral rehydration salts in diarrhea management for children under 5 years; case study in Balikpapan, Indonesia Tri Murti; Muhammad Hanafiah Juni; Hejar Abdul Rahman; Salmiah M.S
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Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS) solution can contribute to a substantial reduction in infant deaths from diarrhea. However, factors affecting the use of ORS is not known at Balikpapan City, Indonesia. This study aims to establish the determinants of ORS use in children under-five years with diarrhea in Balikpapan City, Indonesia. To examine the Influence of Knowledge and Health Service in the usage oral rehydration salts in diarrheal management for children under 5 years among mothers attending health clinics in Balikpapan. A cross sectional study was done based on 3 health clinics. Four hundred three mothers with children who have diarrhea 2 weeks episode and are under the age of 5 years. Definition ORS used sachet package and salt sugar solution. Data were collected using structured questionnaires, including demographic information, knowledge about diarrhea, health service factors and cost in health facility the management of diarrhea. The prevalence of mothers used ORS for the management of diarrhea was only 68.7%. Factors associated with ORS used were knowledgeable mothers about danger signs of diarrhea (adj. OR: 170.49, 95% CI: 41.38, 702.46); obtain of ORS from public health facilities (adj. OR: 22.7, 95% CI: 6.93, 74.41). Health seeking behavior, knowledge, source and mode of obtaining ORS significantly increases ORS solution use in children under-five with diarrhea in Balikpapan District.
The role of decision makers in the use of long-acting contraceptive methods in Indonesia Diny Nahrudiani; Kemal N. Siregar
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An effective contraceptive method for preventing pregnancy is the long-term contraceptive method (MKJP), but more women of childbearing age choose short-term contraceptive methods. The aim of this research is to analyze multiple logistic regression in analyzing the role of decision makers in the use of MKJP in Indonesia in 2017. This research uses secondary data which is the result of the 2017 SDKI with a total of 18661 respondents. The results of this study show that the variables that influence the use of MKJP are the decision maker (p = 0.000), age (p = 0.000), education (p = 0.000), place of residence (p = 0.001), visits by family planning field officers (p = 0.665), explanation family planning officers (p = 0.141). The conclusion of this research is that decision makers, age, education, and place of residence influence the use of MKJP in Indonesia. Meanwhile, visits by family planning officers and officers' explanations about contraception do not influence the use of MKJP in Indonesia.
Description of resilience in patients Cancer at Haji Adam Malik hospital Medan in 2022 Vina Y.S. Sigalingging; Friska Ginting; Helinida saragih; Luber Nia Halawa
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Cancer is defined as the abnormal growth of cells caused by several changes in gene expression that cause dysregulation of cell proliferation and cell death. The type of research design used is descriptive with a purposive sampling method and the instrument used in this research is a resilience questionnaire. Result: 47 respondents (85.5%) were female and 8 respondents (14.5%) were male, Early elderly (46-55) were 28 respondents (50.9%) and late teenagers 17-25 were 2 respondents (3.6%), married status was 49 respondents (89.1%) and unmarried was 1 respondent (1.8%), housewives work as many as 21 respondents (38.2%) and civil servants as many as 2 respondents (3.6%), slam was 25 respondents (45.5%) and Catholicism was 8 respondents (14.5%), the Javanese were 22 respondents (40%) and the Padang tribe was 1 respondent (1.85), diagnosis of mammary cancer was 43 respondents (78.2%) and melanoma was 3 respondents (5.5%), the duration of cancer > 6 months was 42 respondents (76.4%) and 13 respondents (23.6%), 13 respondents (23.6%) had very high resilience and 4 respondents (7.3%) had very low resilience. Conclusion: It is hoped that cancer sufferers will become more aware of their ability to increase resilience, especially for patients who have low resilience.
Human resource planning management in the construction of mitha pre-marriage healthcare and aesthetic clinic Rani Damanik; Unggul Kustiawan; Rian Indradewa; Muhammad Dhafi Iskandar
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This research aims to analyze the role of human resource planning management in the development of KLINIK MITHA, which specifically focuses on pre-wedding and aesthetic health services. The research method involved a qualitative approach by conducting a detailed case study of KLINIK MITHA, which involved in-depth interviews with the human resource manager, clinic owner, and relevant staff. Data analysis was conducted using content analysis techniques to identify key patterns related to human resource planning management. The results showed that effective human resource planning management plays a key role in the development and operationalization of KLINIK MITHA. Aspects such as selective recruitment, staff training and development, and targeted performance appraisals have a significant impact on service quality and business sustainability. In addition, alignment between staff needs and the clinic's strategic goals is also a key factor in successful human resource management. The conclusion of this study is that well-focused and integrated human resource planning management contributes positively to the development and operation of KLINIK MITHA. The findings provide business practitioners and clinic owners with an in-depth understanding of the importance of effective human resource management in managing health and aesthetic clinics. The practical implication of this study is that careful implementation of human resource planning management practices can improve clinic performance and provide a competitive advantage.
The relationship between the cholesterol-low density lipoprotein/cholesterol-high density lipoprotein ratio with the incidence of acute coronary syndrome at RSUD kota Bandung in 2019-2022 Feranika Feranika; Jihan Saskia Nursyabani; Primal Sudjana
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The purpose of this study was to understand K-LDL levels with the incidence of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) in patients at the RSUD Kota Bandung Regional General Hospital (RSUD). The method used is a descriptive analytical method through a cross sectional approach to observe the Correlation of K-LDL/K-HDL Ratio with ACS (Acute Coronary Syndrome) events. The results of this study show that there is a correlation between the K-LDL/K-HDL ratio and ACS events at RSUD Kota Bandung in 2019 – 2021, this result can be concluded because it obtained a p value = 0.045. First, the majority of ACS patients at RSUD Kota Bandung in 2019 – 2021 are men, 65.6% of the total patients. Second, as many as 70.8% of the total patients of this study were active smokers. Third, the type of SKA that dominated in this study patient was APTS with 63.5% of the total respondents. Fourth, the average age of patients in these patients was 55.70 years. Fifth, the average ratio of LDL / HDL to ACS sufferers at RSUD Kota Bandung in 2019-2022 is 3,271. Sixth, the maximum and minimum values of LDL/HDL ratio in ACS patients at RSUD Kota Bandung in 2019 - 2022 are 7.037 and 0.215.
Level of knowledge general practitioners about filling medical certificate causes of death at Gunung Jati regional hospital, Cirebon city 2022 Andri Andrian Rusman; Ali Taufan; Linlin Haeni; Moch Nabil Yazid Nastiar
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The Medical Certificate of Cause of Death (SMPK) is an official letter that contains the identity of a person and the causes that caused the person to die. The cause of death listed on the SMPK can be used for epidemiology, prevention, and management of certain diseases. Data from the SMPK itself becomes the main data to determine the epidemiology of certain diseases. The format for filling out the medical certificate of the cause of death generally follows the standards issued by the Ministry of Health through BALITBANGKES based on international standards issued by the World Health Organization (WHO). This study aims to determine how the level of knowledge of general practitioners about the medical certificate of the cause of death and its filling in RSDGJ. The research method used in this study is descriptive observational, this research approach is a cross-sectional approach. The sample of this study was a sample that met the inclusion and exclusion criteria using consecutive sampling technique. The sample size in this study was in accordance with total sampling of 42 respondents who worked as general practitioners on duty at Gunung Jati Regional Hospital, Cirebon City. The majority of respondents in this study were female, namely 61.9% with the most age range of 26-35 years by 76.2%. The results of this study showed that most respondents showed a good level of knowledge as much as 66.7%, respondents with sufficient knowledge were 28.6%, and respondents with less knowledge were 4.8%. Based on these results it can be concluded that the level of knowledge of general practitioners at Gunung Jati Regional Hospital, Cirebon City about filling out the Cause of Death Medical Certificate is good.
The effect of sleep hygiene on sleep quality of people with type 2 diabetes mellitus Theresia Jamini
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Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM) have clinical symptoms such as polydipsia, polyuria, and pain, which also occur at night and can cause sleep disturbances. This sleep disturbance will increase the frequency of awakening, difficulty falling asleep again, and sleep dissatisfaction, which causes the quality of sleep to decrease. Sleep hygiene is a method to improve sleep quality in the form of a list of things that can facilitate and maintain sleep initiation. This study aims to determine the effect of sleep hygiene on the sleep quality of people with type 2 diabetes in the working area of Banjarmasin Indah Public Health Center. This quantitative study has a pre-experimental research design and a one-group pretest-posttest design. The sample in this study amounted to 29 respondents and was selected based on inclusion criteria. The measuring instrument used the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) questionnaire to measure sleep quality. In addition, the data was analyzed using the Wilcoxon test. The analysis results showed a significant difference between before and after sleep hygiene intervention (p-value = 0.000), so it can be concluded that sleep hygiene affects the sleep quality of people with Type 2 diabetes. Based on these results, community nurses at Banjarmasin Indah Public Health Center expected to include sleep hygiene in health education given to people with type 2 diabetes and their families.
Management of musculoskeletal in accident victims through simulation of evaluation in the community Linda Linda
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Musculoskeletal injury is an injury to one part of the musculoskeletal system that can be acute or as a result of gradual overuse, which usually causes dysfunction of surrounding structures and the structures that are protected or supported, resulting in not being able to function appropriately in muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints or bones. The general purpose of this study was to determine the level of cedar musculoskeletal management skills in accident victims in the general public. This experimental study uses a Pre-Test-Post Test one Group design approach through testing research hypotheses. The population of this research is the cloud community, totalling 48 respondents—paired statistical test using nonparametric Wilcoxon test. Based on the results of the Wilcoxon analysis test, it can be concluded that 48 respondents who received training in the Management of musculoskeletal injuries in accident victims through evaluation simulations in the general public can conclude that the majority of ordinary people have good knowledge in terms of the ability to handle musculoskeletal injuries in accident victims through evaluation simulations. With a p-value of 0.001, there is a significant difference between before and after training with simulation. Education and training on musculoskeletal injury management actions for accident victims through evaluation simulations in the general public continue to improve the ability of these action skills.
The relationship between ineffective peripheral perfusion and Anemia: case study Heni Kusumawati
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Anemia is a condition characterized by reduced hemoglobin (Hb) in the body. Hemoglobin is a metalloprotein, a protein containing iron in red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. Anemia is a condition in which the body experiences a lack of red blood cells, causing the body's organs not to receive enough oxygen, making anemia sufferers have pale skin and get tired quickly. The general aim of this scientific paper is to examine the relationship between ineffective peripheral perfusion and Anemia through nursing care. The research design used was a case study which explored the problem of nursing care for patients who experienced Anemia at Misi Lebak Hospital for three days for Mrs. S. Data collection can be done through interviews, observation, physical examination and documentation. The results of the assessment obtained were that the patient complained of weakness, nausea, and vomiting. Assessment results: anaemic conjunctiva, blood pressure 80/60 mmHg, breathing 20x/minute, pulse 87x/minute, body temperature 36.8°C, could only eat food ½ portion, BW before illness 45 Kg, BW during illness 44 Kg, TB 156 Cm, BMI: 18.33 with underweight interpretation, laboratory examination results show, Hemoglobin 7.6 g/ dL, Leukocytes 18,960 /µL. Problems that arise are ineffective peripheral perfusion, nutritional deficits, activity intolerance, and risk of infection. The implementation provides educational actions, teaches an iron diet program to improve circulation, recommends small but frequent meals and monitors food intake, monitors physical fatigue, and monitors signs and symptoms of local and systemic infections, in addition to collaborating with the medical team in administering transfusions, antibiotic therapy, and anti-nausea as well as collaborating with the Nutrition team in providing an iron diet. Nursing problems can be resolved on the third day with the criteria for Hb results increasing to 10.2 g/ dL, systolic and diastolic blood pressure improving to 120/80 mmHg, the portion of food consumed increasing to 1 portion, complaints of fatigue decreasing, the patient being able to carry out activities, white blood cell levels improved to 10,500 /µL.