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The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies
ISSN : 28278496     EISSN : 28278100     DOI : https://doi.org/10.55048/jpns.v1i1
Core Subject : Health,
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies (JPNS) is a scholarly platform that has been designed to accommodate scientific works for researchers, lecturers, and nursing students. JPNS platform was started in January 2022. JPNS was designed using worldwide references that focus on the field of nursing with a particular emphasis on achievements in the Asian area. The focus of the JPNS includes nursing study with the scope of evidence-based practice in nursing, medical-surgical nursing, critical care, emergency, and disaster nursing, maternity and pediatric nursing, community and mental health nursing, management in nursing, fundamental nursing, nursing theory, and nursing policy.
Articles 16 Documents
The Effect of Drinking Cold Water on Nausea and Vomiting among Patient with Post-Chemotherapy Breast Cancer Wella Juartika
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 3 (2022): Articles in Press
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.55048/jpns.v1i3.15

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Background: Nausea, vomiting after chemotherapy is still major problem that interferes with the process of treating cancer, especially breast cancer. There are 2 things that can be done to reduce nausea, vomiting, pharmacologically and non-pharmacologically. Drinking cold water is one of the non-pharmacological ways for patients who experience nausea, vomiting after chemotherapy. These actions can reduce acute nausea and vomiting delayed due to chemotherapy Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of drinking cold water on nausea and vomiting after chemotherapy in breast cancer patients in RSUP M. Djamil Padang. Methods: This research was a time series. Sampling by consecutive sampling and determination of intervention and control groups by randomization of simple subject allocations. The research sample consisted of 38 respondents, consisting of 19 respondents as an intervention group who were treated with cold drinking water for 3 days and 19 respondents as a control group Results: Testing the difference in the decrease in the average score of nausea and vomiting in the intervention group using the repeated measure ANOVA test. The results showed an average decrease in the intervention group of < 0.001. Conclusions: The conclusion significantly drinking cold water can reduce nausea and vomiting after chemotherapy in breast cancer patients in RSUP M. Djamil Padang. It is recommended that drinking cold water be applied as part of nursing intervention in providing nursing care to patients who experience nausea and vomiting after chemotherapy.
Nurses Barrier: A Patient Safety Concern in The Intensive Care Unit Gunawan Gunawan; Hanik Endang Nihayati; Listianingtri Puspitasari; Muhammad Ali Machrus
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (163.483 KB) | DOI: 10.55048/jpns.v1i1.2

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Patient safety became one of the most important indicators in maintaining the quality of nursing service in the hospital. Patient, individual staff, team, task and technology, work environment, organizational and management, and institutional context factors are all examples of obstacles nurses encounter when attempting to ensure patient safety in the hospital setting. Lastly, nurses should put concern in patient safety to make sure the quality by considering the behaviour and refer to Laurence Green Theory.
The Implementation of Inspiratory Muscle Training to Enhance Weaning from Mechanical Ventilation: A Systematic Literature Review Anton Priambodo; Henny Suzanna Mediani; Etika Emaliyawati
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): January 2022
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Background: Mechanical ventilation is very important for the world of critical care. However, the use of mechanical ventilation also affected respiratory muscle weakness. Objective: The purpose of this study was to identify the implementation of Inspiratory muscle training for weaning mechanical ventilation in patients with mechanical ventilation in the Intensive Care Unit. Design: A systematic literature review study design was used. Data Sources: The databases used are CINAHL, PubMed, MEDLINE, Sage Journal, and ScienceDirect. Review Methods: Articles published from 2009-2020 with the type of randomized research-controlled trial (RCT) in English. The keywords "Inspiratory Muscle Exercise", "Inspiratory Muscle Training", "weaning", "mechanically ventilated", "critical care", and "intensive care". Results: From four articles analyzed, we found an effect of inspiratory muscle training on ventilator weaning, which was carried out on therapy five times a week, and some were carried out for seven days for two weeks and increased respiratory muscle strength. Conclusion: Inspiratory muscle training in mechanically ventilated patients is a nursing intervention that requires evidence-based preparation of guidelines to provide best practice. The optimalization of inspiratory muscles exercise can help the weaning process and be implemented further.
Learning Perspectives of Publication Joel Rey U Acob
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): January 2022
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The growing demand of scientific-driven results to strengthen nursing profession, researchers should consistently engage in executing knowledge-generating actions. Disseminating research results either through fora or in printed publication deepens understanding on issues particularly on caring and nursing education. But will research endures its aim of offering relevant evidence during pandemic era where conventional data collection strategies are less feasible, hence this viewpoint.
The Relationship Between Family Support and Depression among Patient with Renal Failure Patients Retno Ayu Wulandari; Rahmawati Maulidia; Achmad Dafir Firdaus
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): May 2022
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Background: Family support is an essential factor supporting psychological conditions during hemodialysis. Purpose: We analyzed the relationship between family support and depression in kidney failure patients undergoing hemodialysis in Hemodialysis Room Dr. Saiful Anwar Hospital Malang Methods: A cross-sectional study was used. Sample selection technique determined by quota sampling method then 107 patients were obtained as participants. Data were collected using MOS-Social Support Survey (MOS-SSS) & Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale (ZSDS) questionnaire. Data analysis used the Spearman Rho test with α = 0.05. Results: Data showed that 48 respondents (44.9%) had sufficient family support. Most of the respondents, 46 respondents (43%), experienced mild depression. The statistical test showed a significant relationship between family support and depression with p < 0.001. Relationship strength value (r) is -0.530 or negative, and family support is inversely related to the incidence of depression. The correlation strength category is vital. Conclusions: There is a significant relationship between family support and depression in patients with kidney failure in Hemodialysis Room Dr. Saiful Anwar Hospital. The study suggests that the nurse provides family education to encourage positive family support.
The Effectiveness of Lavender Aromatherapy on Blood Pressure among Elderly with Essential Hypertension Dwi Yunita Rahmadhani
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): January 2022
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Background: Hypertension is a condition in which the systolic blood pressure is more than 120 mmHg, and the diastolic pressure is more than 80 mmHg. Lavender aromatherapy is a way to cure sickness which uses essential oil. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to analyse the effect of lavender aromatherapy on the changes in blood pressure in the Elderly with essential hypertension Methods: This study used a pra-experiment pretest and posttest design where the measurement of blood pressure is done twice before the lavender aromatherapy is given (pretest) and after the lavender aromatherapy is given (posttest). The population of this study is the patients with essential hypertension in the work area of one of the Public Health Centers in Jambi, Indonesia in 2018 which is 627 patients. Meanwhile, the sample used in this study is Purposive Sampling. The method used in this study is univariate and bivariate data analysis using T-Test. Results: Statistical test result shows that there was a significant effect of giving lavender aromatherapy on changes in blood pressure of patients with essential hypertension with p < 0.05; systole (p = 0.001) and diastole (p < 0.001). Conclusions: The use of alternative lavender aromatherapy as a therapy used to lower blood pressure in patients with essential hypertension. It is suggested to researchers who are interested to examine this topic of the effect of lavender aromatherapy on blood pressure in patients with essential hypertension to do further research in the same scope with a different variable.
The Experience among Patients with Bone Fractures during Traditional Massage Therapy (Topu Bara): A Phenomenology Study La Rakhmat Wabula; Endah Fitriasari; Syahfitrah Umamity; Arindiah Windari
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): January 2022
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Background: In Indonesia, traditional medicine called “Sangkal Putung” has become an alternative treatment for fractures. Broken-bones sufferers at any age, anywhere, and in any case go to “Sangkal Putung” and there is even a public hospital that provides surgical services. Especially in Maluku Province, there is a type of traditional massage therapy treatment called “Topu Bara”. Purpose: The study aimed to explore the experiences among patients with bone fractures during traditional massage therapy (Topu Bara). Methods: A phenomenological study that used deep interviews was used from August to September 2021 The participant was taken by purposive sampling, adult aged 25 to 55-years old, and were the second or more of healing series. Data originated from 15 participants. Interviews were recorded, transcribed verbatim, and Collaizi analysis. Results: The results of the study found 7 themes, including causes of fracture, time events, action taken directly after inside, pain experiences during handling in therapy “Topu Bara”, coping of the patients, pain management, and advice given by healer to other participants. Conclusions: Most of them stated that safety and comfort were the priority for fracture healing. The concept of culture in the behavioral alteration of fracture healing can have on the participants.
The Relationship Between Level of Knowledge About Early Mobilization with Pain Intensity of Post Laparotomy Patients Danik Sri Widayati; Ach. Dafir Firdaus; Feriana Ira Handian
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): May 2022
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Background: Laparotomy surgery cause severe pain intensity immediately post-surgery. Sufficient knowledge is predicted to be the patient’s provision to determine effective pain management through early mobilization. Purpose: The study aimed to determine the relationship between early mobilization knowledge and pain intensity on postoperative laparotomy patients. Methods: Cross-sectional study with 41 respondents were treated in the COVID-19 ward at Dr. Saiful Anwar Hospital. Data were collected by early mobilization knowledge questionnaire and Verbal Response Scale (VRS). Data were analyzed using the Spearman rho test with a significance value α = 0.05. Results: The study showed 20 respondents (48.8%) have good knowledge of early mobilization. Of the amount, 25 respondents (61%) felt mild pain post laparotomy surgery. Statistical tests showed a significant relationship between knowledge of early mobilization and pain intensity (p = 0.046). Conclusions: Early mobilization knowledge correlates with pain intensity. Study results suggest for nurses to increase early mobilization education in post-laparotomy patients.
The Correlation between Healthcare Workers' Support and Compliance of COVID-19 Health Protocol Implementation in The Community Farid Enggal Dwiyanto; Yulis Setiya Dewi; Lailatun Nimah
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): May 2022
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Background: The compliance of COVID-19 health protocol implementation in the community is one of the steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Purpose: This study aimed to analyze the relationship between the support of healthcare workers and the compliance with implementing COVID-19 health protocol in society. Methods: This research used a quantitative design with a cross-sectional approach. This research was conducted on society in Mojo Village, Gubeng District, Surabaya. The number of samples was 400 respondents with the cluster sampling technique. The results were analyzed using descriptive analysis and logistic regression test with a significance value of p ≤ 0.05. Results: Statistical tests showed that there was a relationship between the support of health workers and the compliance with implementing the COVID-19 health protocol in society with a significant value of emotional support (p=0.040), informational support (p=0.003), instrumental support (0.000), and appraisal support (0.011). These results indicated that instrumental support had the most influence on the level of compliance in implementing the COVID-19 health protocol in the community. Conclusion: The compliance with implementing the COVID-19 health protocol in the community is related to the emotional support, information support, instrumental support, and appreciation support of healthcare workers.
A Narrative Review of Physical Activity and Exercise during Pregnancy: Nurse’s Role Sirikanok Klankhajhon; Anonthasha Sthien
The Journal of Palembang Nursing Studies Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): May 2022
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Obesity is an important global health issues in pregnancy that impact on pregnant women and newborn such as gestational diabetes mellitus, and cardiovascular diseases. The scoping review six stages is used to review an exercise during pregnancy, which is associated to potential maternal and newborn’s physical, psychological and social health aspects both short and long terms. The prescription of exercise during pregnancy for low risk pregnant women without any contraindications should take moderate level of exercise at least 3 times a week, at least 30 minutes or more of accumulated exercise a day, which include a 5-10 minutes warm up and cool down period, 20-30 minutes exercise from protocol: muscular workouts and/or cardiovascular training. Pregnant women should exercise as muscular workouts and cardiovascular training and unsafe activities should be avoided. Nurses’ role support pregnant women to enhance knowledge of exercise and increase exercise behaviour during pregnancy through nursing process at antenatal care clinic.

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