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Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27228274     DOI : https://dx.doi.org/10.11594/banrj
Core Subject : Health,
Study on fundamentals of nursing. Development of nursing education. Clinical research on medical surgical nursing, critical care nursing, emergency nursing, maternity nursing, and pediatric nursing. Management in nursing. Dissemination of community health research on geriatric, family, and community nursing. Application of holistic and complementary care in nursing. Mental health nursing study. Health Communication/ Therapeutic Communication in Nursing
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The Knowledge of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Among The Patients Under Tubercular Therapy in Teaching Hospital Dera Ghazi Khan Leghari, Shazia Yasmeen; Parveen, Zubaida; Mukhtar, Madiha
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2021): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
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Tuberculosis is a significant medical issue in numerous pieces of the world. For legitimate administration, learning about Tuberculosis is essential among the patients under anti-tubercular treatment. This study aimed to assess the knowledge and perception about Tuberculosis in the DHQ teaching hospital of Dera ghazi khan. This study is a cross-sectional descriptive research design. A self-reported questionnaire was filled by 100 registered patients of the antidote therapy program. Descriptive statistics were used to analyze the data. The results showed 68.80% male, and41.60% females have known about the treatment of Tuberculosis. 72.50% male,41.60% female have known the diagnosis. 41.33% male and 24.33% female have known about prevention.65% male, and47% females have known signs and symptoms of Tuberculosis. Conclusions included that males have more knowledge about Tuberculosis than females and common source of knowledge among patients in the hospital.
Perception of Families With Family Attitudes About Mental Disorders in Family Members That Experience Mental Disorders in The Mental Hospital Andriana, Kiki Rizki Fista; Yunus Adi Wijaya
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2021): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
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Mental disorders are considered as incurable diseases and are related to sin or crime, so that sometimes the treatment is brutal and inhumane. Wrong perceptions or myths related to mental disorders (schizophrenia) still exist in Indonesia; some cultural societies always link the cause of mental disorders caused by the occult. This perception causes them to come to health or mental health services if the mental disorder they experience is severe or even disturbs others. This study aims to determine the perception of families with family attitudes about mental disorders in family members that experience mental disorders in the mental hospital. Analytical research with cross sectional approach. Using 67 respondents with consecutive sampling probability sampling technique. Spearman rank's analysis results obtained p (0.00) <0.05 (0.000) with a correlation coefficient of 0.752, which shows the closeness of the relationship between the variable perception with attitude is strong. The conclusion of the study, there is a relationship between the perception of families with family attitudes about mental disorders in family members that experience mental disorders in the mental hospital.
Literature Review : Effect of Static Conditions on Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) Diana, Venny
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2021): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
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Musculoskeletal disorders are disorders that occur in one of the skeletal organs or muscles of the body such as congenital abnormalities in the upper and lower extremities, nerve and muscle disorders, inflammatory infections of bones and joints, musculoskeletal metabolic disorders, degenerative musculoskeletal disorders (spine, upper extremities) and below). The study aimed To analyze the static condition of the workers' complaints of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Using literature review with scoping review method. The data was collected through internet searches using Google Scholar and PubMed with the keywords static conditions, complaints of MSDs, ergonomic position, musculoskeletal disorders, the influence of static conditions, with a range of research years is 2015-2020. Results found 83 articles matching the keyword. A review of 9 research articles that met the inclusion criteria found 4 aspects, namely the factor of length of work more than 1 year, age, working hours and using the same extremity for a long period of time will increase the risk of MSDs, Doing work in awkward positions for 5- 8 hours/day increases the risk of MSDs in workers, especially nurses, The emergence of MSDs symptoms is higher in women, namely in the lower back and neck area, The pain felt due to MSDs disorders can be severe, namely in the lower back, shoulders, neck, wrists , knees and ankles. There is a relationship with static positions/non-ergonomic conditions at work, these non-ergonomic conditions do not directly cause complaints but in the long term complaints will arise. The female gender is at high risk of experiencing MSDs, the length of work and length of time working will affect the emergence of MSDs, there are 12 static conditions found in someone when doing work, the main complaint that appears in MSDs is pain.
The Effect of Foot Massage with Lavender Essential Oil on The Sleep Quality of The Elderly in Banjar Gelumpang, Sukawati Village Puspawati, Ni Luh Putu Dewi; Ari Santi, Ni Kadek; Saraswati, Ni Luh Gede Intan
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2021): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
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Aging process in the elderly will cause health problems such as immobilization, incontinence, depression, malnutrition, decreased immune system, and sleep quality disorders. The puspose of this study was to determine the effect of foot massage with lavender essential oil on the sleep quality of the elderly. This research design used a pre-experimental with one group pre-test post-test design without a control group. The number of samples used was 20 respondents selected by purposive sampling and data collection using the pitsburgh sleep quality index questionnaire with the test result analyzed with Wilcoxon Sign Rank Test. The result showed that in pretest all respondents experienced poor sleep quality, and posttest data obtained that 13 respondents (65%) experienced good sleep quality. The results of data analysis using the Wilcoxon Sign rank test showed that the p-value = 0,000 <a (0,05) which means that there is an effect of foot massage with lavender essential oil on the sleep quality of the elderly in Banjar Gelumpang Sukawati village. Emphasis on certain points and the aroma of lavender will make the elderly feel relaxed so that the quality of sleep improved. It is suggests that the elderly and families to perform foot massage.
Literature review: The Effect of Using Non-Herbal Panty Liners on Abnormal Vaginal Discharge in Adolescent Girls Sofiyah, Shohebatuz; Andarwulan, Setiana
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2021): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
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Teenagers are very vulnerable to experiencing problems such as vaginal discharge and because of that teenage girls often wear panty liners outside of their menstrual period. Improper use of panty liners will make vaginal discharge abnormal. Therefore, this literature review aims to find out how to use non-herbal panty liners so that they can cause abnormal vaginal discharge. This research usesliterature review with data sources from the PubMed, Research Gate, and Google Scholar databases with a range of 2018-2021. The results of this literature review contained 4 journals which stated that the effect of using panty liners could cause vaginal discharge but under normal conditions and 4 journals also stated that abnormal vaginal discharge was caused by panty liners. It can be concluded that abnormal vaginal discharge is caused by a different way of using panty liners and the lack of information about using panty liners properly.

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