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INDONESIA
Indonesian Health Journal
Published by Riviera Publishing
ISSN : 29633036     EISSN : 29633044     DOI : https://doi.org/10.58344
Core Subject : Health,
Health : Public Health, Midwifery, Nursing, Pharmacy, Environmental Health, Labor Health, Maternal and Child Health, Health Promotion and Health Service Management. Medicine : Biomedical, Epidermiology, Pharmacology, Herbal, Surgery, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, Radiology, Forsenics, Allergy and Immunology, Clinical Medicine, Public Medicine, Medical Science Education, Medical Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine.
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Socialization and Physiotherapy Services to Youth Drugs Rehabilitation in Tanon Village, Sragen Fidiantari Noor Iman; W Wahyuni
Indonesian Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Indonesian Health Journal
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Tanon is a sub-district in Sragen Regency, Central Java Province, Indonesia. Drug rehabilitation is one of the efforts to save addicts from the shackles of drugs and the dangers that accompany them; there are three stages of drug rehabilitation in Indonesia, namely medical, non-medical, and advanced rehabilitation. The implementation of the examination activities for adolescents was carried out using a descriptive method, namely providing an explanation of the benefits of physical examination exercises and introducing the role of physiotherapy to adolescents. In this study, the authors included age and health status characteristics in adolescent rehabilitation at the Indonesian Lentera Bangsa Foundation. Drug rehabilitation is one of the efforts to save addicts from the shackles of drugs and the dangers that accompany them; there are three stages of drug rehabilitation in Indonesia, namely medical, non-medical, and advanced rehabilitation. Specific data presenting a physical examination includes an examination of body conditions such as tests of balance, endurance, and agility of adolescents aged 16-25 years before a physical examination and after being given a physical examination, as well as the level of knowledge of adolescents about the function and role of physiotherapy. The results of data from respondents or adolescents indicate that the average level of knowledge about the role of physiotherapy and the benefits of providing physical exercise is in the "less" category due to the lack of physiotherapy graduates in the area where the author took this research.
The Relationship Between Knowledge of Postpartum Mothers About Perineal Wound Treatment With Perineal Wound Healing Yosi Yusrotul Khasanah; Agi Yulia Ria Dini; Wahyuni Ade Saputri
Indonesian Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Indonesian Health Journal
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Postpartum infection still plays a role as the leading cause of maternal death, especially in developing countries such as Indonesia, this problem occurs as a result of midwifery services that are still far from perfect. As a result of improper perineal care, the perineum is affected by lochia and moist conditions that will significantly support the proliferation of bacteria that can cause infection in the perineum. Infection not only inhibits the wound healing process but can also cause damage to the supporting cell tissue, increasing the size of the wound itself, both in length and depth of the wound. Perineal wound care aims to prevent infection, increase comfort, and accelerate healing. Those who have episiotomy or laceration wounds need to have sufficient knowledge about perineal wound care because these factors significantly affect the healing process of the perineal wound. The knowledge of postpartum mothers about poor perineal wound care can be a factor that causes germs and bacteria to appear. This study aimed to determine the relationship between postpartum mothers' knowledge of perineal wound care and perineal wound healing. This research uses a descriptive correlation with a quantitative approach to the point of sampling technique using total sampling with 16 respondents. How to collect data using a questionnaire. Data analysis used the chi-square test to test the relationship between two variables. There is a relationship between postpartum mothers' knowledge about perineal wound care and perineal wound healing, with a significant value of 0.005 (p-value <0.05). There is a relationship between postpartum mothers' knowledge of perineal wound care and perineal wound healing
The Relationship Between Nutritional Status and The Incidence of Dysmenorrhea in Adolescent Women Iis Iis; Ela Rohaeni
Indonesian Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Indonesian Health Journal
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The incidence of dysmenorrhea in the world is substantial; on average more than 50% of women in every country experience menstrual pain. One of the factors that can cause dysmenorrhea is nutritional status. A person's nutritional status depends on nutritional intake and needs. If the nutritional intake and body needs are balanced, it will result in good nutritional status. This study aimed to determine the relationship between nutritional status and the incidence of dysmenorrhea in midwifery students at STIKes Cirebon. The research method is an analytic design using a Cross Sectional approach. The population in this study used a total sampling technique, namely, all 36 Midwifery students. Data was taken using a questionnaire and then analyzed using chi-square with a confidence level of = 0.05. The results showed a relationship between nutritional status and the incidence of dysmenorrhea, where the P value was 0.003. Results P value <0.05, meaning there is a significant relationship between nutritional status and the incidence of dysmenorrhea. Based on the study's results, it was found that 28 people (77.8%) had experienced dysmenorrhea and 8 (22.2%). Thus, most respondents experienced the incidence of dysmenorrhea. It is recommended that adolescents pay more attention to their nutritional needs regularly to reduce the incidence of dysmenorrhea during menstruation
Comparison of The Effectiveness of Gel and Spray Hand Sanitizers Against Reducing The Number of Germs on The Palms Pipin Supenah; Usdiyanto Usdiyanto; Misika Misika
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Maintaining hand hygiene is one of the measures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help prevent infection during the COVID-19 pandemic. Maintaining hand hygiene can use soap and water or other alternatives such as hand sanitizer with an alcohol content of at least 60%. Hand sanitizer is a hand sanitizer that contains alcohol functions to kill microorganisms in the hands quickly and without rinsing. Hand sanitizers generally consist of two types, namely gels and sprays, both of which have their own advantages and disadvantages. This study aimed to determine the decrease in the number of germs on the palms after using gel and spray hand sanitizers, as well as a comparison of the effectiveness of gel and spray hand sanitizers. The research method used is pre-experimental with the research design "One Group Pretest Posttest design" and the examination method uses Total Plate Count (TPC). The study was conducted at the AAK An Nasher microbiology laboratory from June to August 2021. The results of the study obtained that gel and spray hand sanitizers are effective in reducing the number of germs on the palms, but there is no difference in effectiveness in reducing the number of germs on the palms between the use of gel and spray hand sanitizers. Data analysis using paired sample t-test obtained sig value. (0.000<0.050) for the two types of hand sanitizers, it is concluded that both are significantly able to reduce the number of germs on the palms. The results of the independent samples t-test obtained sig values. (0.449>0.050) There needs to be an effective comparison between gel and spray hand sanitizers. Hand sanitizer gel and spray are effective in reducing the number of germs on the palm, but there is no difference in effectiveness in reducing the number of germs on the palm between the use of gel and spray hand sanitizer
Description of Total Vitamin D25-Oh in Toddlers and Children With Developmental Disorders Putri Perdana Jendra Dewi; Adelia Febriyossa; Basuki Rachmad; Apriani Apriani
Indonesian Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Indonesian Health Journal
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The age of children is a period in which the process of growth and development takes place. The existence of growth and development disorders in children is a serious problem for both developed and developing countries worldwide. The importance of monitoring growth and development requires adequate nutrition and nutrition, one of which is vitamin D. Vitamin D is a prohormone that plays an important role in the absorption of calcium in the intestine and helps harden bones by regulating the availability of calcium in the blood. This study aims to describe Total Vitamin D 25-OH in toddlers and children with growth and developmental disorders. The research sample was determined by purposive sampling technique based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. The research was conducted at Prodia Kramat Clinical Laboratory in March-April 2021. The D 25-OH level was checked from the patient's serum using the DiaSorin Liaison XL tool. Other variables measured to determine vitamin D status are appetite, eating frequency, nutritional adequacy, consumption of vitamin D supplements, outdoor activity, sunbathing, and genetic and environmental risk factors. Data from the examination of total vitamin D 25-OH levels and vitamin D status of the respondents were analyzed descriptively, then displayed in a table and described. The results showed that most respondents who were examined experienced stunting expected growth and development disorders by 76%, with total vitamin D 25-OH status experiencing insufficiency of 53% .
The Effect of Numbers Puzzle Games on the Cognitive Development of Preschool Children Aged 5-6 Years at RA Nurul Hidayah Malang Bagus Tyas Anggoro; Ikit Netra
Indonesian Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Indonesian Health Journal
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Various factors, including the lack of stimulus from parents, can influence deviations in cognitive development in children. A number puzzle game is one of several stimuli in improving children’s cognitive development. This study aims to determine the effect of a number puzzle game on the cognitive development of preschool children aged 5-6 years. The type of research used in this study is a pre-experimental design with one group pre-test and post-test designs. The research instrument used was a checklist for assessing the cognitive abilities of children aged 5-6 years. The sampling technique used in this study is the total sampling technique of 22 children. The data analysis technique used the Wilcoxon signed rank test using the SPSS application. The results showed an effect of number puzzle games on the cognitive development of preschool children aged 5-6 years at RA Nurul Hidayah Pemalang (p-value 0.000, p-value <0.05). Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded, namely: 1.) Age and gender characteristics obtained the results of most respondents aged six years as many as 12 children (54.5%), with the majority being male as many as 12 children (54.5%). 2.) Children’s cognitive development before puzzle game therapy was carried out, the results were that almost most children were in the undeveloped category
Best Practice Activities in Education of Clean and Healthy Life Behaviors in Children With Special Needs in Facing the Covid-19 Pandemic Muhammad Ikram; Andi Nuddin; Rahmat Zarkasyi
Indonesian Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Indonesian Health Journal
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Covid-19 is a disease caused by the SARS-CoV virus with general symptoms of acute respiratory tract disorders, both mild and severeThis study aims to determine the level of knowledge and attitudes towards children with special needs in complying with health protocols in Education about clean and healthy living behaviour in preventing covid 19 at SLBN 1 Parepare. This study used a quasi-experimental one-group pretest-posttest design. The sample consisted of several students at SLBN 1 Parepare. The sample was divided into two groups, namely the experimental group, as many as 37 and the control group, as many as 36. Sampling was used using the total sampling method for the population. Data analysis using the Mann test. The results showed that knowledge scores increased by after being given Education on clean and healthy living behaviours 2.19, while attitudes increased after being given Education on clean and healthy behaviours by 4.39. This study concludes that there is an effect of best practice activities on clean and healthy living behaviour with browser media on increasing knowledge (p = 0.000) and attitudes (p = 0.000) of children with special needs, for the school there should be special lessons every month regarding Education about clean and healthy living behaviour in complying with the covid 19 prevention health protocol
Socio-Cultural Aspects of the Risk of Diabetes Mellitus in Tolotang Traditional Chairman (UWA) in Sidrap District Mulfi Jumliah Agustin; Usman Usman; Fitriani Umar
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Diabetes Mellitus cases are high in South Sulawesi, especially in Sidrap Regency, reaching (2.7%) while the national prevalence rate is (2.1%). The Tolotang culture respects traditional leaders by serving sweet foods, so there is a risk of Diabetes Mellitus. This study was to identify socio-cultural and dietary patterns to the risk of Diabetes Mellitus in Tolotang traditional leaders. This type of research is a mixed method. Informants in this study were traditional leaders and the Tolotang community in Sidrap Regency. Sampling was done by snowball sampling method. The results obtained are related to socio-culture; people often serve heavy foods high in calories and carbohydrates accompanied by snacks such as cakes and sweet drinks. The presentation of food for traditional leaders when tradition is done and specially prepared on a tray (large round tray made of iron) containing rice and side dishes, then using the board (a typical Bugis Makassar container used to serve cakes) filled with various types of cake snacks. It is different from people who do as usual by taking their food, which has been prepared during the ritual. The results showed that (60.0%) of traditional leaders had diabetes based on their current blood sugar levels. The traditional leader's calorie consumption (35.0%) is more, and (50.0%) is sufficient. Carbohydrate consumption (35.0%) is more, and (55.0%) is adequate. It was concluded that the traditional leader's diet was, on average, high in calories which contained many sources of carbohydrates and fats. It is suggested that there is a need for education to educate the public to serve healthier foods that are low in calories and fibre, such as vegetables and fruits
The Relationship Between Dietary Patterns and Total Blood Cholesterol Levels at Lecturers Muhammadiyah University of Parepare Nur Rahmadhani B. Bambona; Haniarti Haniarti; Nurlinda Nurlinda
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Today's lifestyle has changed very significantly. This is due to the low balance between activity and exercise in the diet, so health problems often arise. One of the lifestyle changes that have occurred is a change in diet which should be maintained by consuming healthy foods. However, nowadays, many prefer to consume ready-to-eat food (fast food), which contains much-saturated fat, especially for office workers. This study aims to determine the relationship between diet and total blood cholesterol levels in Muhammadiyah Parepare University lecturers. This study used an analytic observational research method with an accidental sampling technique using the solving formula. A sample of 67 people was obtained. This study's results indicated a relationship between diet and total blood cholesterol levels in Muhammadiyah Parepare University lecturers using the Chi-Square test and obtained p = 0.001 < ? = 0.005. Based on the research that has been done, the results show a relationship between diet and total cholesterol levels in Muhammadiyah Parepare University lecturers using the Chi-Square test and the value of p = 0.001 < ? = 0.005. It is recommended to regulate diet and the amount of food that contains fat and carry out periodic checks such as nutritional status, hypertension, blood sugar levels, uric acid and cholesterol regularly at least once every six months to reduce consumption of cholesterol-producing fats
Relationship Between Nutrition Knowledge and Application of the 4 Pillars of Balanced Nutrition in Employees at PT Multi Kusuma Cemerlang, Samarinda City Devianti Ravika; Ratnawati Ratnawati; Sepsina Reski
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A person's level of knowledge influences the application of the four pillars of balanced nutrition. Someone with good nutritional knowledge can easily apply the four pillars of balanced nutrition. A worker with the good nutritional condition will have optimal work quality and better body resistance. This study aims to determine the Relationship between nutritional knowledge and applying the four pillars of balanced nutrition to workers at PT Multi Kusuma Cemerlang in the Palaran working area, Samarinda City. This study uses an analytical observation design with a cross-sectional design. This research was conducted at PT. Multi Kusuma Brilliant. The sample in this study was 54 people who were taken by purposive random sampling. Data were obtained using a questionnaire and tested with fisher's statistical test. The results showed no significant relationship between nutritional knowledge and the application of the four pillars of balanced nutrition; the p-value was 1.000 (p>0.05). There is no significant relationship between nutritional knowledge and applying the four pillars of balanced nutrition to workers at PT. Brilliant Multi Kusuma

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