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International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology
ISSN : 28086422     EISSN : 28086422     DOI : https://doi.org/10.35882/ijahst
Core Subject : Health, Engineering,
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology (IJAHST) publishes peer-reviewed, original research and review articles in an open-access format. Accepted articles span the full extent of the Public Health, Environmental Health, Nursing, Oral and Dental Health, Midwifery, Nutrition, Medical Laboratory Technology, and Biomedical Engineering IJAHST seeks to be the world’s premier open-access outlet for academic research. As such, unlike traditional journals, IJAHST does not limit content due to page budgets or thematic significance. Rather, IJAHST evaluates the scientific and research methods of each article for validity and accepts articles solely on the basis of the research. Likewise, by not restricting papers to a narrow discipline, IJAHST facilitates the discovery of the connections between papers, whether within or between disciplines.
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Appropriate Learning Methods for Autistic Children in Improving Tooth brushing Skills: a Review Hadi, Sunomo; Djuliawanti, Mega; Marjianto, Agus; Jumriani, Jumriani
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.12

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Autistic children have poor oral hygiene levels higher than normal children. Dental and oral health problems that often occur in children with autism are the risk of dental caries which is higher than other dental and oral diseases. Frequent consumption of cariogenic foods and impaired coordination of the tongue muscles result in a tendency to eat food and difficulty swallowing, resulting in the formation of debris. The high value of debris causes calculus and if left further it will develop into worse tooth and gum damage. Objective: To describe appropriate learning methods for children with autism in improving their brushing skills. Methods: Search journals for 2016-2021 on Google Scholar, Pubmed, and Sciendirect databases. In the 8 journals used, 4 of them used quantitative research methods, 2 used prospective research methods, and 2 others used cross-sectional research methods. Results: The various methods obtained are the use of the PECS method; Yoga Therapy; iPads; Social Stories, TEACCH method, Puzzle Series; and Videos. Several kinds of learning methods are appropriate and can be recommended for children with autism, namely the video learning method which is considered better and can attract the attention of children with autism in improving their brushing skills.
Implementation of a Microcontroller Arduino for Portable Peak Expiratory Flow Rate to Examine the Lung Health Azzahra, Nabilla Farikha; Nugraha, Priyambada Cahya; Hamzah, Torib; Lawal, Kamilu O.
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.1

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A peak flow meter will measure the ability to push air out of the lungs; the lungs are one of the body's most vital organs. The commonly used method is to deploy a peak flow meter, which uses mechanical systems. This mechanical system is prone to a high error rate of reading, and as a result, a more accurate and reliable means becomes inevitable. This paper describes the design and implementation of a micro-controller-based portable peak flow meter, which can be used to provide accurate data for the diagnosis of asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema. In the heart of the system are the programmable Mega Arduino microcontroller and a device called MPX5100GP sensor, which has a pressure range of 0-100 Kpa to detect a patient breath. The device was equipped with a display facility, which uses Nextion touch TFT output to display related tests and examinations. There is also a provision to store the results data using SD Card, while a printer prints the test results for further diagnostic purposes. An experimental setup in the laboratory shows that the designed micro-controller-based PFM shows that the error rate was between 0.50 % and 4.21 % compared with the mechanical-based peak flow meter. The application of micro-controller-based peak flow meters also allows real-time and remote monitoring of peak flow parameters. The evolution of modern technology has made the possibility of developing a micro-controller based portable, peak flow meters, which can be used to measure the data involved in the diagnosis of lung-related diseases more accurately.
Description of Character Shift of Nursing Students During the Covid-19 Pandemic Era: A Review Kabak, Edison; Halitopo, Yoel; Auparai, Nuriati Sarlota; Hadi, Noor
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.2

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The Covid-19 pandemic, directly or indirectly, according to many studies has proven to have caused a shift in the character of nursing students. The purpose of this study is to identify the types of nursing students’ character shifts that occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic and how to manage them. The implication of this study is to contribute the management of handling a shift in the character of nursing students during the pandemic. This study used a document review and was supported with the PRISMA Analysis. The document was screened from 1,583,100 records in the Google search engine. The core documents were filtered through Google Scholar, PubMed, Semantic Scholar, and Other Sources. The keywords used for the search include management, nursing education, character shift, nursing students, and the Covid-19 pandemic. The PRISMA Analysis design provides indicators to be more focused in the search that includes respondents’ character shift, research methods (quantitative), research quality, surveys, document reviews, publication year (2020-2021), results (the focus of shifting character of nursing students during the Covid-19 pandemic), and the language (English). This study review was supported by the PICOT (Population, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome, and Time) model as the instrument to help the screening for quality records. Results showed the total documents out of 1.583.100 records, 108 records were screened, and 21 records were eligible (n=21) that met the requirements for review, i.e. from Google Scholar (n=8), PubMed (n=5), Semantic Scholar (n=4), and Other Sources (n=4). The study conclusion suggested the need for a character shift program for nursing students during the Covid-19 pandemic. The problems that have been found in the 21 review documents of character shifts in nursing students are mental/psychological shifts, shifts in learning/learning methods, shifts in attitudes, and shifts in lifestyle. The results of this study showed there were 15 journals that met the criteria for PRISMA analysis and 100% of the PICOT model in which they also indicated that there were shifting of nursing students’ characters during the covid-19 pandemic
Exploring Factors Affecting The Mother's Knowledge about Intrauterine Device (IUD) In Bastiong Karance District of Ternate City Marsaoly, Sahnawy; Djama, Nuzliaty T.
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.3

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The Family Planning Program as one of the government policies in the population sector, has high implications for quantitative and qualitative health development. To make the family planning program a success, one of the methods used is the contraceptive method. The method of contraception that is considered safe and effective is the intrauterine device (IUD), but its use is still very low compared to other contraceptives. National coverage for active family planning participants is 66%, while North Maluku Province is only 52.4%, with IUD users only 7.4%, far below injectable contraceptives at 63.7%. The purpose of this study was to determine which factors from age, education, occupation and parity were more related to the mother's knowledge about IUD. Using a descriptive method with a non-probability sampling technique, which was taken by accident, for a month to find 67 samples. The results showed that most of the respondents were aged 20-35 years old, had adequate education, employed female employees and had 2-3 children parity. Of the four factors analyzed, it shows that the work factor and the number of children 2-3 people are the respondents who use the IUD the most
Analysis of Adolescent Intention Factors in Drug Abuse Prevention in Tuban District Roudlotul Jannah; Nugraheni, Wahyuningsih Triana; Ningsih, Wahyu Tri; Rygh, Ellen; Scheiber, Yasmin Asih
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.4

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Drug abuse among adolescents was currently increased, it’s important to prevention. Tuban district in 2018 trend of drug cases a significant increased. Data from the Tuban Police, there was an increased in cases up to 173.68 percent when compared to similar cases in 2017. The purpose of this study was to determine the determinant factors that influence adolescents' intentions to prevent drug abuse, which will contribute to policy making related to drug prevention among adolescents. Methods: Design of this study used descriptive correlation with a cross-sectional approach. The population were all students in junior high schools in Tuban, an affordable target population of 1880 students. Sample were 200 students, taken by quota sampling according inclusion and exclusion criteria. Data collected by questionnaire. Data collected was tabulated, analyzed using frequency and percentage distributions and presented in distribution table. Bivariate and multivariate analysis used logistic regression test to analyzed the determinants factors. Results of this study show that attitudes and gender were factors that influenced adolescents’ intention to prevent drug abuse, attitude (p value=0.001) and gender (p value=0.034). Conclusion: From this study, we can be concluded that the attitude and gender were factors that influence adolescents’ intention to prevent drug abuse. Implication: Increased intention to prevent drug abuse requires efforts to lead to a more positive attitude of youth by providing training; health education, the formation of anti-drug ambassadors among young men and women an early age in a planned and periodic manner with the relevant agencies.
The Effect of the Combination of Counseling and Dhikr Interventions: Self-Acceptance of the Elderly in Nursing Home Minarti, Minarti; Kastubi, Kastubi; Fadilah, N; Shifaza, Fathimath
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.5

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Individuals who become elderly will experience physical changes from their initial body condition to being very weak. The declining conditions experienced by the elderly tend to cause physical and psychological health problems and dissatisfaction in life. The purpose of this study is to analyze counseling and dhikr intervention on the attitude of self-acceptance of the elderly. An experimental design using pre-test and post-test control groups was conducted among 30 elderly people living in nursing homes with the inclusion criteria of being able to communicate well, not deaf, not cognitively impaired, or depressed. Participants were randomly allocated, to the intervention group at Nursing Home of Jambangan and the control group at Nursing Home of Hargo Dedali in Surabaya Indonesia. Measurement of self-acceptance was carried out twice through a questionnaire, namely before the counseling and dhikr intervention and 8 weeks after. Data were analyzed using paired t-test. The results showed that there is pre-post differences in the group that received counseling and dhikr intervention (p-value = 0.000). The participants in the intervention group showed an increase in self-acceptance while in the control group there is no significant difference with a p-value of 0.937. Religious support for dhikr and counseling needs to be carried out intensively for the elderly as religious activities can provide a sense of peace, surrender, and surrender to Allah Almighty. The combination of counseling and dhikr is an effort to improve oneself spiritually and has a positive correlation with the attitude of self-acceptance of the elderly living in nursing homes. Institutions where services for the elderly can contribute to the elderly living in nursing homes by carrying out programmatic activities, namely counseling, especially for the elderly who have just entered special institutions for the elderly, spiritual approaches also need to be improved both in groups and individuals such as prayer, dhikr, and worship. others according to ability. A very important contribution is the guidance carried out by cleric so that elderly worship is more focused. This is an effort so that the elderly can accept the conditions they are facing and can accept themselves living in the orphanage.
Combination Effectiveness of Listening to Music and Listening Murottal to Reduce Postpartum Depression Sumaningsih, Rahayu; Saadah, Nurlailis; Rahayu, Teta Puji; Sulikah; Yulianto, Budi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.6

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It was reported that 50% of Postpartum women experience symptoms of stress/anxiety known as postpartum blues, with the level of depressive symptoms continuing to increase to postpartum depression. This condition cannot be cured without clinical intervention. Music iscreated to influence the psychological condition of humans, as well as to provide a sense of security, comfort and fun. To describe the effect of a combination of natural and murotal music to reduce postpartum depression. The contribution of this study is to explain the effect of the combination of natural and murottal music to reduce postpartum depression. This study used a Quasi-Experiment method through pretest-posttest design with a control group and a treatment group. In this case, the intervention group was given a combination of natural and murottal music therapy, in which each intervention was given for 30 minutes for three consecutive days. The number of samples involved was 60 people who were divided into 2 groups of postpartum mothers. The intervention group consists 30 people, while the control group consists 30 people. Data was collected using the EPDS (Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale) questionnaire. Data analysis used independent t-test. Results: There were 9 mothers with mild depression and 21 moderate depressions in the intervention group. On the other hand, there were 17 normal mothers and 13 moderately depressed mother in the post-intervention group with t test value of 27.17 and sig of (p) 0.00 v(value) 0.36. Meanwhile in the control group, there were 1 (one) normal mother, 27 mothers who had mild depression and 2 mothers who had moderate levels. There were 19 mothers with low depression and 11 mothers with moderate depression. The results of the t-test obtained 22.13 with sig(p) 0.01 v(value) 0.001. There was an effect of music therapy on the reduction in the incidence of postpartum depression which was very significant after three days of being given music therapy. There was an increase in the level of depression by two levels higher from pre to post in the control group. Furthermore, the results of the t-test on the postpartum blues pretest and posttest showed that there was a significant difference in the incidence of postpartum blues between the control and intervention groups after the intervention period. There is a difference in the value of t 5.04 sig (p) 0.01, even though the value is smaller than t table (0.05). The difference obtained shows that the control group has a risk of experiencing postpartum blues by 2 (two) times compared to the intervention group. Music therapy was given to all postpartum primiparous mothers immediately after delivery. Health services need to prepare facilities and human resources to provide relaxation therapy, namely music therapy as an alternative therapy.
Garbage Sorting as an Important Rural Problem: Descriptive Study of Priority Health Problems in Pantai Cermin Village, Langkat Regency Hasibuan, Rapotan; Salsabila, Atikah
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.7

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In planning efforts to improve public health degrees, it is necessary to plan the first steps to find out what health problems are prioritized to be addressed effectively, efficiently, and on target. This community service, therefore, aim to to find health problems in order to find the right intervention so that the health problems contained in Teladan Hamlet do not become serious problems that cause other health problems. This research was conducted in Teladan hamlet of Pantai Cermin Village, Tanjung Pura Subdistrict using descriptive research methods, univariate analysis was conducted to determine the priority of health problems from the results of self-aware surveys. Prioritization of health problems was carried out qualitatively using the Focus Group Discussion method with USG (Urgency, Seriousness, Growth) criteria scoring. The nine highest health problems found were the low number of couples who did not use contraception, low infant weight, itching, hypertension, national health insurance, smoking behavior, kitchen waste disposal, garbage sorting, and eradication of mosquito nests. The results of the Focus Group Discussion agreed that the priority of health problems in Teladan hamlet is the low behavior of waste sorting, so that interventions are carried out in the form of counseling and provision of facilities and infrastructure in the form of garbage cans in some public places in order to increase public knowledge and community behavior in sorting waste. Efforts that can be made by local governments are to support and supervise the community to implement good and correct waste sorting and processing behavior in a sustainable manner
Correlation between Husband's Perception and Support with Wife's Interest in Using Modern Contraception in Couple Unmet Need Belinda Anindita; Ervi Husni; Sutio Rahardjo
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.8

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Unmet need are couples of childbearing age who are not using contraception but who wish to postpone the next birth (spacing) or stop childbearing altogether (limiting). unmet need in Indonesia reached 10.6% and East Java Province reached 7.7%. The number of unmet need in KB Sidotopo Village RW 05 was 27.8% and RW 12 was 35.9%. This study aims to determine the correlation between husband's perception and support with wife's interest in using modern contraception in couple unmet need. This study used a cross-sectional design. The population was reproductive-age couples whose unmet needs. A total of 159 couples was taken by purposive sampling technique. The instrument used was a questionnaire. To analyze used Spearman Rank Test with (0.05). The result shows that the husband's perception is (50.9%) negative, the husband's support is (57.2%) unsupportive, and the wife's interest (39.0%) is low. The results using the Spearman Rank test of husband's perception obtained a p-value of 0.000 < (0.05), which means a correlation between husband's perception and wife's interest in unmet need. For the husband's support, the p-value is 0.000 < (0.05), which means that there is a correlation between husband's support and wife's interest in unmet need. This research is useful to make couples of childbearing age aware of the importance of family planning. It is hoped that couples of childbearing age can obtain and seek more information about family planning.
The Behavior of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Monitoring Blood Glucose Levels and Foot Care: A Cross-sectional, Community-Based Study Joeliantina, Anita; Proboningsih, Jujuk; Anugrahini, Hepta Nur; Mejilla, Joylyn L.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.9

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Hyperglycemia in patients with Diabetes Mellitus (DM) can lead to complications such as diabetic foot ulcers. Therefore, efforts are needed to prevent this chronic complication through proper foot care. This study aimed to determine the behavior of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in performing blood glucose monitoring and correct foot care. This study is a descriptive cross-sectional study, with a sample size of 125 patients with T2DM from the Community Health Center in Surabaya Indonesia. Data was collected with the use of a self-made questionnaire from May to October 2018. The variables of the study were patient characteristics, random blood glucose levels, blood glucose monitoring and foot care skills. The data analysis used was Spearman rho to determine the factors associated with foot care behaviors.  Fifty-six percent (56%) of the participants have poor behavior on foot care, 36 % have moderate and only 7.2% have good.  Factors that were significantly associated with foot care behavior were signs and symptoms (p = 0.023), blood glucose monitoring (p = .000), and random blood glucose levels (p = 0.040). The behaviors of patients with T2DM in blood glucose monitoring and foot care need to be improved to prevent complications from diabetic foot ulcers. Nurses must provide health education about the importance of regular foot care to patients and their families. The results of this study can be used to further improve the programs and services to prevent DM and delay the progression of chronic complications like diabetic foot ulcers at the community level.

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