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Open Access Health Scientific Journal
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Open Access Health Scientific Journal (OAHSJ) is an international open access journal (e-journal) which publishes the scientific works for health practitioners and researchers. The focus and scopes of the journal include Nursing, Public Health, Medical Science, Pharmacist, Nutritionist, Health Community, Mental Health, Health Management, Health Education. The OAHSJ Editorial team welcome and invite researchers from around the world to submit their papers (original research article, systematic review, and case study) for publication in this journal. Submitted papers must be written in English for initial review stage by editors and further review process by minimum two reviewers.
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The Use of Paper Toys in Supporting Fine Motor Development of Children with Moderate Mental Retardation Sofia Esterina Pong; Erma Retnaningtyas; Eva Agustina Yalestyarini
Open Access Health Scientific Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Open Access Health Scientific Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (250.772 KB) | DOI: 10.55700/oahsj.v1i1.1

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Background: Mentally retarded children are children who have intellectual decline. Children with mental retardation cannot coordinate well with small muscles or fine motor parts, for example: folding fingers, and so on. Method: This research uses Pre-Experiment One Group Pre Test Post Test Design. The sample of mental retardation in SLB C1 Putera Asih Kediri City was 30 respondents using purposive sampling technique to meet the inclusion and exclusion criteria, there were 28 respondents. The independent variable is paper toys and the dependent variable is the fine motor skills of children with moderate mental retardation. The instrument is an observation sheet to determine the effect between the variables used by the Wilcoxon test with a significant level of 0.05. Results The results of the study, before being given paper toys as many as 20 (67%) children experienced inappropriate fine motor development. Fine motor development of moderately mentally retarded children after being given paper toys as many as 21 children (48%) children experienced good fine motor development. The results of the statistical test show a significant value with a p value of 0.000 which means p value <0.005 so that H0 is rejected. Conclusion: the use of paper toys at SLB C1 Putera Asih, Kediri City shows that there is an influence between the use of paper toys and fine motor development, because paper toys can make children concentrate, explore or stimulate children to coordinate their small muscles or fine motor skills
The Impact of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Video Learning Media on Skills Improvement in Nursing Students: Literature Review Halimatus Sa’diyah; Novita Ana Anggraini; Dedi Saifullah
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Background: Understanding and skills of CPR are very important to be applied correctly and correctly, especially the understanding and skills that must be possessed by all health workers, including nurses. At this time, one of the skills that must be possessed by nursing students before becoming a professional nurse is cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). To achieve this ability, appropriate learning methods are needed, one of which is using the audiovisual method. Method: The search for relevant articles or journals is carried out using a database through Google Scholar, Google Scholar, and Pubmed Central (PMC) in the period 2010-2020. The results of the search found 15 articles using nursing interventions but only 12 articles that met the inclusion criteria, namely according to the keywords. The analysis of these 12 journals was carried out based on the design, population, sample, sampling, parameters and conclusions sections. Results From the literature study that has been carried out on research or writing on the same topic, it can be seen that the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) video learning media greatly influences the improvement of skills in nursing students. recall, it will tend to disappear over time. Conclusion: With this, learning media using video can remind what they have learned and can be played over and over again so that they are able to improve the skills of these nursing students
The Effectiveness of Wet Cupping Therapy and Giving Noni Herbal Medicines Against Blood Pressure in Hypertensive Patients Rizki Tri Ramadani; Lingga Kusuma Wardani; Sutrisno Sutrisno
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Background: Cupping and noni herbal medicine can lower blood pressure. With wet cupping therapy and consuming noni herbal medicine regularly, capillary dilatation will occur, causing an improvement in the microcirculation of blood vessels. Method: This research is quasi-experimental using the type of research design Control Time Series Desgin. The sampling method used purposive sampling, the independent variables were wet cupping therapy and noni herbal medicine while the dependent variable was blood pressure. Due to the limitations of the researchers, only 18 respondents were divided into two groups, namely the intervention and control groups. The subjects of the study were patients with mild hypertension, aged 20-60 years, residents of the Work Area of the West Singkawang Health Center, Singkawang City. Respondents were observed by measuring blood pressure before and after therapy. Results: The results of the measurement of systolic blood pressure in the intervention group experienced a decrease in blood pressure by an average of 15 mmHg as many as 4 people (44%). Meanwhile, diastolic blood pressure in the intervention group also experienced a decrease in blood pressure by an average of 10 mmHg by 5 people (56%). The results of the measurement of systolic blood pressure in the control group also experienced a decrease in blood pressure by an average of 5 mmHg by 5 people (56%). While diastolic blood pressure in the control group experienced a decrease in blood pressure by an average of 5 mmHg as many as 4 people (44%). Conclusion: Cupping therapy and the administration of noni herbal medicine have no difference in effectiveness on blood pressure due to many factors that cannot be controlled, namely diet. But for the clinical results, cupping and this herbal medicine can lower blood pressure
The Successful Implementation of Early Breastfeeding Initiation Judging From The Level Of Knowledge and Family Support At R.S Prasetya Husada Karangploso Malang Mutmainah Mutmainah; Suci Anggraeni; Nur Yeny Hidajaturrokhmah
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Background: Early Initiation of Breastfeeding (EIB) is the process of letting the baby suckle on its own after birth. The baby is placed on the mother's chest and the baby himself with all his efforts to find a nipple to feed immediately. Method: The design of this study used an analytic observational method with a cross sectional approach. The number of respondents was 55 people. The instrument used is a questionnaire. The results of data analysis from statistics show that respondents have good knowledge of early breastfeeding initiation as many as 44 people (80%), which provide good support as many as 45 respondents' families (81.8%) and 50 respondents (90.9%) implemented early breastfeeding initiation). Results: the results of the chis-quare analysis between the knowledge variable and the success variable early breastfeeding initiation obtained p-value = 0.002. it means that there is a significant relationship between knowledge about early breastfeeding initiation and the success of implementing early breastfeeding initiation. the results of the chis-quare analysis between the family support variable and the success variable early breastfeeding initiation obtained p-value = 0.001. Conclusion: there is a significant relationship between family support with the successful implementation of early breastfeeding initiation. the existence of a relationship between knowledge, family support and the success of early breastfeeding initiation can be influenced by age status where the majority of the respondents are early adulthood and can also be influenced by the level of education where the education level of the respondents is high school is also influenced by the parity of the respondents where most of the respondents are multiple parity
The Effect of Home Care Service Innovations in Increasing Patient Loyalty and Satisfaction Yohana Rangga Bela; Joko Sutrisno; Aprin Rusmawati
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Background: The increase in health care costs, large budget cuts make home care services a tool to reduce costs and length of care. As a result, home care services have developed into a complex issue and must be addressed with great care if one of the goals is to provide the best possible outcome for each individual. The purpose of this study was to find out "Study of Home Care Service Innovation in Improving Patient Loyalty and Satisfaction in the City of Kediri". Method: The design of this research is observational analytic with a cross-sectional approach. The sample size is 79 respondents. Sampling research using random sampling, data collection using questionnaires and the calculation process using the Wilcoxon test using SPSS 18.0 error 0.05. Results: The results of this study indicate that most of the respondents (72.2%) with good home care innovation are 57 respondents, most of the respondents (87.3%) with good loyalty are 69 respondents. more than half of respondents (59.5%) With very satisfied patient satisfaction, 47 respondents out of a total of 79 respondents 0.000 which means it is smaller than = 0.05, thus it can be said that H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted. Conclusion: Researchers can conclude that when there are good services carried out by nursing staff or home care services, good results will also be obtained, including patients who can trust and will continue to be loyal in using home care services at Gambiran Hospital, Kediri City
Knowledge of Supplementary Foods on Behavior in Infants 0-6 Months in Sigenti Village, Parigi Mautong Regency Central Sulawesi Province Erma Retnaningtyas; Ririn A Mardjengi
Open Access Health Scientific Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): Open Access Health Scientific Journal
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Background: One of the problems that are often encountered in the community is the provision of additional food to infants before the baby is 6 months old. There is a community habit to give rice, bananas at the age of a few days, there is a danger, because the digestive tract in infants is not yet perfect. Method: The design of this research is correlational research with cross sectional approach. Respondents were taken by accidental sampling technique. The population studied were all mothers of infants 0-6 months in Sigenti Village with a sample of 30 mothers. Results: The results were analyzed using the Spearman Rank statistical test. The results showed that knowledge about food additives was known to almost all respondents in the Good category as many as 25 (83%) respondents. Behavior in Infants 0-6 Months, it is known that almost all respondents are in the Good category as many as 23 (77%) respondents. The results of data analysis show that the significance level is 0.000 < = 0.05 so that H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted. Conclusion: There is a Relationship between Knowledge of Supplementary Food and Behavior in Infants 0-6 Months in Sigenti Village, Parigi Mautong Regency, Central Sulawesi Province
Physical Activity Patterns on Quality of Life in Chronic Kidney Failure Patients With Hemodialysis: Literature Review Zeferino Ximendes de Almeida; Sutrisno Sutrisno; Dedi Saifullah
Open Access Health Scientific Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): Open Access Health Scientific Journal
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Background: Patients with chronic kidney failure require appropriate therapy to optimize kidney function. This therapy is not a drug, but as a substitute for kidney function. Renal function replacement therapy, such as hemodialysis is a routine medical treatment for chronic kidney disease. Method: The research design used a systematic use of several research journal articles published on the basis of Health. the health databases used include: Google Scholar, the national library and Pubmed with a time span of 2012 to 2020. Results: The results of this study are that there is an influence of physical activity patterns on the quality of life of patients with chronic kidney failure with hemodialysis. Conclusion: Patients with chronic kidney failure who undergo long-term hemodialysis therapy often feel worried about unpredictable disease conditions and disturbances that occur in life due to the disease they are experiencing. The patient's mindset changes because there are activities the patient does besides thinking about his illness
Analysis of the Supervision of the Head of the Room at the Ahmad Dahlan Muhammadiyah Hospital on the Performance of Nurses Emeylian Dhea Prisantika; Anita Restu Korbaffo
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Background: The problem of performance in hospitals is the center of attention because it involves the efficiency and effectiveness of human resources in achieving the goals and vision of the organization. Many factors affect performance, including supervisory factors from superiors which ultimately have an impact on overall performance results as an organization. Method: The design of this research is correlational with the population of all nurses in the inpatient ward of Muhammadiyah Hospital Ahmad Dahlan Kediri totaling 67 people. The sample is part of the population with a Stratified Random Sampling technique of 57 respondents. The data that has been collected is processed with the Spearman Rho statistical test with a significance of = 0.05. Results: The results of the analysis of the spearman rho test obtained a p-value = 0.000 which is less than the value of (0.05), it can be concluded that H0 is rejected, meaning that there is a relationship between the supervision of the head of the room and the performance of nurses at Ahmad Dahlan Hospital, Kediri. Conclusion: The results of this study also prove that supervision is able to improve the performance of nurses because when carrying out supervision there are certain actions that are evaluated by the head of the room against nurses, so that if the evaluation is corrected by nurses, it will be able to improve the performance of nurses
Factors Associated with the Incidence of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) at the Suruh Trenggalek Health Center Tri Adi Putra; Agusta Dian Ellina
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Background: Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is one of the public health problems in Indonesia which tends to increase in the number of patients and the wider its spread. The purpose of this study was to determine the factors for the occurrence of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) in the Public Health Center in Suruh Trenggalek. Method: The research design used is quantitative with a "cross sectional" approach. The sampling technique used is Simple Random Sampling with a sample of 108 respondents. Data analysis technique using Logistic Regression. Results: The results showed that there was a relationship between the habit of hanging clothes with the incidence of dengue hemorrhagic fever, with a p-value of 0.000 < = 0.05. The results showed that there was a relationship between the frequency of bathtub draining and the incidence of dengue hemorrhagic fever, with a p-value of 0.000 < = 0.05. The results showed that there was a relationship between the presence of larvae with a p-value of 0.000 < = 0.05. Simultaneous test results also show the influence of all variables on the incidence of dengue hemorrhagic fever with a p-value of 0.000 < = 0.05. Conclusion: It is hoped that there will be cooperation between local village government health officers and the community in order to minimize the incidence of dengue hemorrhagic fever
Analysis of Nursing Care Documentation on the Performance of Nurses in the Inpatient Room of Muhammadiyah Hospital Ahmad Dahlan Kediri Dwi Wulan Ningtyas; Muhamad As'ad Efendy
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Background: The behavior of a nurse related to performance is related to nursing tasks that must be carried out, this is the importance of recording nursing care documentation and improving nurse performance in health services. Method: This study aims to identify the analysis of nursing care documentation on the performance of nurses in the inpatient room at RSM Ahmad Dahlan, Kediri. The sampling technique used stratified random sampling to obtain a sample of 56 respondents. This type of research is quantitative using the Spearman rank test. Data collection using a questionnaire. Results: The results showed that of the 56 respondents, most of them had adequate nursing care documentation, 44 respondents (79%), most of them had good nurse performance as many as 32 respondents (57%). Conclusion: The results of the Spearman Rho statistical test have a significance value of <0.05 with a significance result of 0.038, which means that it can indicate that there is a relationship between nursing care documentation and the performance of nurses in the inpatient room at RSM Ahmad Dahlan Kediri

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