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International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP)
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ISSN : -     EISSN : 2808845X     DOI : https://doi.org/10.51601/ijhp
Core Subject : Health,
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) e- ISSN : 2808-845X is a communication media and scientific publication in the health and pharmaceutical fields published by Inara Publisher. International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) contains articles from research focusing on basic medicine, clinical medicine, epidemiology, preventive medicine (social medicine), pharmacy, and other medical fields. International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) is published periodically four times a year (February, May, August and November).
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Relationship Pattern Of Formula Milk Using A Milk Bottle To The Risk Of Dental Caries In Children Aged 3-6 Years In Bontorannu Village Bulukumba Regency Nurnainah Nurnainah; Asneni Palembai; Sri Wahyuni Bahrum; Suciani Suciani; Andryana Agrevita
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (146.003 KB) | DOI: 10.51601/ijhp.v1i1.1

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WHO’s data in 2017 shows that 60-90% of children’s in industrilized countries experience dental caries. Whereas in Indonesia, especially in South Sulawesi, based on a survey conducted by the Hasanuddin University Faculty of Dental Health in 2019 showed that children’s suffering from dental caries reached up to 90.05%. The purpose of this research is to determine the relationship between the pattern of formula milk using milk bottles against the risk of dental caries in children. Type of the research is quantitative study with an observational method using a cross sectional approach. Population in this study were all children’s aged 3-6 years in Bontorannu Village, Bulukumba Regency who consumed formula milk using a milk bottle, as many 38 children’s. Sampling was done by nonprobability sampling with a total sampling technique. Research result shows that children who consume formula milk using milk bottles correctly as many 13 (34.2%) isn’t risk suffering of dental caries, and wrong as many 25 (65.8%) is risk suffering dental caries. The results of data analysis using the chi-square test obtained p value=0.000 (0.05), H0 is rejected or there is a significant relationship between the pattern of formula milk using milk bottles and risk dental caries in children’s.
Knowledge Analysis Of Pregnant Women On Prevention The Transmission Covid 19 Sri Wahyuni Bahrum; Irma Sri Rejeki; Fadlyatul Fajri; Nurnainah Nurnainah; Rahil Atika; Cengiz Kayacilar
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November 2021
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Pregnant women are people with a high risk of contracting COVID 19, this is because pregnant women have a low immune system, making them more susceptible to disease or infection. Analysis of Knowledge Pregnant Women to the Prevention of Covid 19 Transmission in the Work Area of ​​the Public Health Bontomate'ne, District Jeneponto. The type of research used is quantitative with a descriptive research design using a cross sectional approach. To determine the relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable by using joint measurements, the total population is 30 people, the sampling of this study uses purposive sampling technique so that the results are 30 respondents, the data measurement tool uses a questionnaire. Chi-square test obtained p-Value = 0.01, which means it is smaller than <0.05. There is a relationship between. knowledge and prevention of Covid-19 transmission to pregnant women at the Bontomate'ne Health Center, Jeneponto Regency.
Factors Affecting Treatment Compliance In Tb Patients (Tuberculosis) During Pandemic Covid-19 At Labuang Baji Makassar Hospital Imelda Appulembang; Ana Lita Luto Wujon; Dana Briggs; Maher Nasser Abdullah
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November 2021
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Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis (World Health Organization. Tuberculosis (TB) is also one of the main public health problems that has become one of the biggest threats in the world, in addition to the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, TB (tuberculosis) is one of the risk factors for a person to be susceptible to being infected with COVID-19. The aim of the study was to determine the factors that influence medication adherence in TB (tuberculosis) patients during the Covid-19 pandemic at the LabuangBaji Hospital, Makassar. The research design used in this study is descriptive analytic research using a cross sectional study design. To determine the relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable using joint measurements, the population is 128 people. respondents, the measuring instrument for measuring data is using a questionnaire. There is an influence between the knowledge variable about TB disease (tuberculosis) on the adherence to treatment of TB patients (tuberculosis) during the covid-19 pandemic at LabuangBaji Hospital Makassar showing a value (0.005 < 0.05), There is an influence between the variables of family support on treatment adherence TB patients (tuberculosis) during the covid-19 pandemic at LabuangBaji Hospital Makassar showed a value (0.003 < 0.05), There was an influence between the anxiety variable on adherence to treatment for TB patients (tuberculosis) during the covid-19 pandemic, LabuangBaji Hospital Makassar showed a value (0.001 < 0.05). There is an influence between knowledge of TB disease (tuberculosis), family support, anxiety and adherence to treatment for TB patients during the covid-19 pandemic at LabuangBaji Hospital Makassar.
Effect Of Consuming Omega 6 On Learning Achievement Of Grade 1 Elementary School Students In Coastal And Urban Areas Nurasmi Nurasmi; Gusriani Gusriani; Rahimah Rahimah
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November 2021
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Omega 6 is a group of plural unsaturated fatty acids and includes esential fatty acids because is cannot be producet by the body. The unsaturated chain (doubel bond) in the first omega 6 is found in the 6th carbon chain, and therefore it is called omega 6. Student learning achievements both in coastal and urban areas must be the same. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of consumption of omega 6 on learning achievements of grade 1 elementary school student in coastal and urban areas. This research used analytical research methods with cross sectional design. The population in this study was all grade 1 elementary school student in SDN 032 Amal Lama with 27 students and all grade 1 students in SDN 015 Kampung Enam with 27 students. Samples were taken using the totality population technique with a total of 54 people. The Chi-Square test obtained the value of P in the coastal area was 0.48, which was < 0.05, and in the urban area was 0.24 which was < 0.05, H0 was rejected and H1 was accepted which mean that there was an influence of omega 6 consumption of omega 6 unsaturated fatty acids was not the only major factor in the effect of learning achievement of grade 1 elementary school children in coastal and urban areas. Other factors such as the environment and education of parents also supported in increasing student achievement and in providing information and knowledge to students.
Improving Maternal Role on Toddler Oral Hygiene in Integrated Service Center (Posyandu) Beber, Cirebon, Indonesia through Participatory Approach Assistance Yenny Lisbeth Siahaan; Sekar Restuning; Ni Made Yuliana; Jendri Mamangkey
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November 2021
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Poor dental health on children including caries causes pain and difficulty in chewing. This study aimed to analyze the effect of assistance model on mothers to impove toddler oral health aged 2-5 years old. This research employed quasi-experiment through pretest and posttest approach intervention. The samples were mothers having 2-5 years old toddlers who met inclusion criteria including having PHP-M teeth index score of 40, willing to be involved, the mothers have at least junior high school education level and living in the Posyandu are. Meanwhile, the exclusion criteria was mothers who rarely visited Posyandu. Furthermore, data were analyzed using univariate and bivariate. If the data were not normally distributed, then Wilcoxon test would be done. Difference obtained between before and after the assistance model was provided to the mothers with significance value of p=0.001 (p<0.05). This indicates that assistance model caused changes on mothers’ knowledge at Posyandu. Same results were obtained from attitude, skills and PHP-M index score before and after the intervention with significance value of P=0.001 (p<0.05). This shows that assistance model caused changes on attitude, skills and decrease of toddlers’ PHP-M index score at Posyandu Beber. The outcome of the current research obtained that assistance model is proven to be more effective in improving toddler oral hygiene than extension that was carried out at Posyandu.
Comparative Study Of Outpatient Patient Satisfaction General And Companies In Mcu Polyclinic of Rsud Sultan Imanuddin Pangkalan Bun Rahaju Ningtyas; Rahaju Wiludjeng; Nerlisa Nerlisa
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November 2021
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The quality of health services is reflected in the level of patient satisfaction. Thestandard of living of the community affects the demands of society on the quality ofhealth. Outpatient services at Sultan Imannudin Hospital are divided into twoaccording to the payment method, namely insurance and general patients. Thepurpose of this study was to determine the comparative satisfaction of general andcorporate outpatients in the MCU Polyclinic at Sultan Imanuddin Hospital.Thisstudy uses a non-experimental method: comparative. namely to determine thedifference in outpatient satisfaction with company and general guarantees.Theresults of the study are based on the Wilcoxon sigred rank test with a value of p =0.000 <0.05, which means that there is a significant difference between generaloutpatient satisfaction and company outpatient satisfaction. The level of generalpatient satisfaction is satisfied, while the company's patient satisfaction level is verysatisfied. This is due to the financing factor. The satisfaction level of outpatientcompanies is very satisfied because from a financial perspective they don't need tothink about it anymore. Insured patients (company patients) only receive theservices provided to them. While general patients feel satisfied because they have topay medical fees, so the demands on the quality of service are also high.It issuggested that the assessment of the level of patient satisfaction is carried outregularly and periodically as input for making policies in improving service quality,especially focused on the dimension of reliability (reliability).
Personal Hygiene of Workers in Waste Disposal Site Ponorogo Regency, East Java, Indonesia Rindang Diannita; Dikri Amarulloh; Eka Rosanti; Muhammad Rifki Taufik
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): February 2022
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Personal hygiene is useful in maintaining the health of workers. However, Personal Hygiene is considered less important for workers due to the knowledge and attitudes of workers' personal hygiene. One's knowledge will have a positive and negative impact on one's actions. Garbage becomes a source of various diseases if not managed properly. The purpose of this study was to analyze the personal hygiene behavior of waste disposal workers and the factors that influence behavior. The research method is qualitative with a descriptive approach, with a total of 10 informants. Data collection techniques were carried out by in-depth interviews and direct observation. The results of the research on the personal hygiene behavior of workers are very important, knowledge of workers regarding personal hygiene and occupational safety and health is very necessary, by paying more attention to and improving personal hygiene, by maintaining hand hygiene, feet, nails, hair hygiene and maintaining skin hygiene on a regular basis. completing sanitation facilities, increasing management support in the form of occupational safety and health supervision. Managers are expected to be able to apply Occupational Health and Safety and apply personal hygiene behavior in particular.
Evaluation of Drug Storage Using FIFO/FEFO Methods In Royal Prima Medan Hospital Pharmacy Installation Dewi Sri Rezeki; Ermi Girsang; Mangatas Silaen; Sri Ramadhani Nasution
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): February 2022
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The inappropriate drug storage system can cause the drug to break down quickly, drug expiration, stockout, and drug stagnation. This study aims to evaluate the storage of drugs using the FIFO and FEFO methods in the Royal Prima Medan Hospital Pharmacy Installation Warehouse. This type of research is descriptive qualitative. The research samples were employees of Royal Prima Medan Hospital Pharmacy Installation Warehouse who had worked for ± 1 year. For the validity and reliability of the data, source triangulation and method triangulation were used. Data analysis in this study used domain analysis. The results of this study indicate that drug storage activities using the FIFO and FEFO methods in Royal Prima Medan Hospital Pharmacy Installation Warehouse have been running well. Although in the implementation of drug storage activities, human resources problems have been found that play a dual role in their duties, problems of miscommunication among human resources and there is still a lack of training on drug storage using the FIFO and FEFO methods. It is hoped that the Royal Prima Medan Hospital Pharmacy Installation warehouse will more attention to existing human resources problems.
Effectiveness of Isotonic Beverages and Mineral Water Beverages to Recovery Time after Cooper Test Edward Valentino Butar-Butar; Refi Ikhtiari; Ahmad Raif Martinus
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): February 2022
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Exercise is one way that can be done towards a healthy life. When exercising the body will lose a lot of fluid in the form of electrolytes through sweat. Most people after exercise will consume mineral water which causes a decrease in the concentration of sodium in the blood plasma thus reducing thirst further delaying the rehydration process. Currently popular with isotonic beverages that have a similar osmolarity value of body fluids, and have the benefit of restoring lost body fluids so that the body avoids dehydration. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of isotonic drinks and mineral water to the recovery of physical exercise after conducting a Cooper Test. The method used is experimental research Pretest - posttest Control Group Design.
The Effect of Isotonic Drinks on the Body's Recovery Time After Performing the Harvard Step Test Firman Erdona Sebayang; Refi Ikhtiari; Ahmad Raif
International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): February 2022
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Sport is an activity that is mostly done in the world. One of the most common problems experienced when exercising is dehydration. Dehydration occurs due to the amount of mineral fluid that is lost / out of the body so that it can cause the body to experience fatigue. During exercise or high physical activity, it has the potential to increase the pulse frequency because the higher the physical activity, the higher the increase in blood flow to supply nutrients and oxygen. The body will experience fatigue as a sign that the body has reached the limit of activity so that the body must rest. When the body rests the body will undergo a recovery process. At the time of recovery, hydration is needed to replace the body's lost minerals. While isotonic drinks have a composition similar to lost body fluids than ordinary mineral water. To determine the effect of isotonic fluid on blood pressure after doing the Harvard Step Test on recovery time, knowing the effect of isotonic fluid on pulse rate after doing the Harvard Step Test on recovery time, knowing the effect of isotonic fluid on Respiration rate after doing the Harvard Step Test on recovery time. The sig-p value of the normality test of recovery time. Respiration rate, heart rate and blood pressure with Shapiro Wilk were 0.001, 0.000 and 0.021 and 0.041, respectively, all of which were smaller than 0.05. The average value of the recovery time for the Respiratory Rate pre-test was 21.93 minutes while the average value for the recovery time for the Respiratory Rate post-test was 9.07 minutes with a sig-p value = 0.000 (p<0.05). This means that there is a significant decrease in the recovery time of the respiratory rate after administration of isotonic fluids (p = 0.000 < 0.05). The mean (average) recovery time of the pre-test Heart Rate is 21.80 minutes while the average value of the post-test Heart Rate recovery time is 9.20 minutes with a sig-p value = 0.000 (p<0.05). This means that there is a significant decrease in the recovery time of the Heart Rate after administration of isotonic fluids (p = 0.000 < 0.05). The average value of recovery time for pre-test blood pressure was 21.20 minutes while the average value of recovery time for post-test blood pressure was 9.80 minutes with sig-p = 0.000 (p<0.05). This means that there is a significant decrease in blood pressure recovery time after administration of isotonic fluids (p = 0.000 < 0.05). The average value of the recovery time for the respiratory rate pre-test was 21.03 minutes while the average value for recovery time for the respiratory rate post-test was 9.97 minutes with a sig-p value = 0.000 (p<0.05). This means that there is a significant decrease in the recovery time of the Respiration Rate after giving mineral water (p = 0.000 < 0.05). The average pre-test heart rate recovery time was 21.70 minutes while the post-test heart rate recovery time average was 10.30 minutes with sig-p = 0.000 (p<0.05). This means that there is a significant decrease in the recovery time of the Heart rate after giving mineral water (p = 0.000 < 0.05). The average value of recovery time for pre-test blood pressure was 16.27 minutes while the average value of post-test BP recovery time was 14.73 minutes with sig-p value = 0.653 (p>0.05). This means that there is no significant decrease in blood pressure recovery time after administration of mineral water (p = 0.000 < 0.05). The average value of isotonic recovery time is 36.68 minutes while the average value of mineral water recovery time is 54.32 minutes with a sig-p value = 0.001 (p<0.05).

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