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Jurnal Kesehatan dr. Soebandi
ISSN : 23027932     EISSN : 24277529     DOI : https://doi.org/10.36858
Core Subject : Health,
Jurnal Kesehatan dr. Soebandi (JKDS) is a national journal covering scientific studies in various health fields (Nursing, Midwifery, and Pharmacy). Jurnal Kesehatan dr. Soebandi is a scientific journal as a forum for academics and practitioners to present quantitative and qualitative scientific works. JKDS published by LPPM Universitas dr. Soebandi Jember. This journal was first published in October 2012 with two times publications in one year (April and October). Editors receive empirical research articles and studies in Nursing, Midwifery, and Pharmacy. It is hoped that the consistency and quality of scientific work can improve the quality of education in the future. The purpose of Jurnal Kesehatan dr. Soebandi: Supporting the Development and Improvement of Health Degrees in theory and practice in Indonesia with integrated and critical research results. Articles submitted by the authors have not been published elsewhere (except in abstract form or as part of a published lecture, review, or thesis). They are not currently considered for publication elsewhere. The Focus of Jurnal Kesehatan dr Soebandi is in the field Nursing, Midwifery, and Pharmacology Sciences. The Scope of Jurnal Kesehatan dr. Soebandi are : Community Nursing, Community Midwifery and Home Care, Pediatric Nursing, Emergency Nursing, Maternity Nursing and Midwifery, Mental health Nursing, Medical surgery Nursing, Nursing Management and Leadership, Gerontology Nursing, Nursing Pharmacology, Pharmacology
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Dimensi Dan Kepuasan Mahasiswa Dalam Clinical Skill Laboratory (CSL) Keperawatan Medikal Bedah Menggunakan Metode Online Sri Dewi Megayanti; Inge Ruth Suantika
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v10i2.349

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Introduction: The pandemic due to the Covid-19 Virus has various impacts on people in the world, including Indonesia. All learning activities are carried out online, including the Clinical Skill Lab (CSL) in Medical-Surgery Nursing at ITEKES Bali. Objective: To prepare students for clinical skills, communication, physical examination, or medical procedures and invasive procedures. In teaching and learning activities, ITEKES Bali Nursing Team Lecturers use video conference media, WhatsApp group, zoom, practical learning videos and others in delivering practical subjects. This policy carried out by ITEKES would certainly affect student satisfaction in learning habits. The level of student satisfaction will be reflected in their dimensions when participating in the academic process. These dimensions include engaged learning, agency and assessment. Methods: this research employed a cross-sectional design. There were 189 students who took CSL at ITEKES Bali participated in this study. The data were analyzed by using chi-square, to analyze the dimensions of students with the level of student satisfaction. Results: The finding showed that there was a significant correlation between the student dimension and the level of student satisfaction (p 0.001) where the dimension of students who disagreed had a 3.6 times chance of being dissatisfied with online learning. Conclusion: The level of student satisfaction can be seen from the dimensions of students when participating in online learning which consists of engaged learning, agency and assessment.
Determinants of Compliance with Complication Prevention in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients in the Outpatient Unit of Tk. II Udayana Hospital I Wayan Remiasa; I Gede Putu Darma Suyasa2; A.A. Ayu Yuliati Darmini; Sri Dewi Megayanti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v10i2.354

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Introduction: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is one of the main causes of 1.6 million deaths every year in the world. Irregularity of blood sugar control and the absence of a healthy lifestyle are risk factors and complications of type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM) patients. Many factors need to be studied related to compliance to diabetes complication prevention. Objective: The objective of this research was to analyze the determinants of compliance to complication prevention in type 2 DM patients. Method: This research used a correlation design with a cross-sectional approach. The sample was 233 type 2 DM patients recruited using the convenience sampling technique. Data were collected using questionnaires and analyzed using univariate, bivariate, and multivariate analyses. Results: The results of the Chi-Square analysis showed several factors had a significant relationship with compliance with diabetes complication prevention, including knowledge (p 0.003), attitude (p 0.000), motivation (p 0.020) and family support (p 0.000). On the other hand, the results of multivariate analysis showed that attitude (AOR: 6.148), family support (AOR: 2.846) and motivation (AOR: 1.912) were the dominant factors in preventing DM complications. Conclusion: Compliance with complication prevention in type 2 DM patients is the main aspect that needs to be improved through improving several factors, namely patient attitude, motivation and family support.
Factors Associated with Anxiety among Nurses and Midwives during the Covid-19 Pandemic in the Emergency Unit and Polyclinic of the Mangusada Regional Hospital, Badung Regency I Ketut Swarjana; I Nengah Suarmayasa; Ni Nyoman Darmini; Putu Ayu Utami Dewantari; Ni Wayan Niwiraga; Ni Made Arie Dwijayanti; Ni Luh Putu Ary Swandani; Ni Luh Eka Purnamasari; Ni Luh Tia Risna Dewi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v10i2.360

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ABSTRACT Introduction: The Covid-19 pandemic has had a wide impact on society, including healthcare workers on the frontline dealing with Covid-19. The large number of healthcare workers who have been exposed to and died due to Covid-19 causes anxiety for both nurses and midwives who work in hospitals. Objective: This study aimed to assess the factors associated with anxiety among nurses and midwives in the emergency unit and outpatient department of Mangusada Regional Hospital. Methods: This study used a cross-sectional design involving 95 samples consisting of nurses and midwives working in the emergency unit and the outpatient department of Mangusada Regional Hospital which was selected using a total sampling technique. Data were collected using a questionnaire developed by the researchers. Furthermore, data collection was done online using a Google form that has been shared with respondents. Furthermore, the data were analyzed using univariate, bivariate, and multivariate analysis. Results: Of the total 95 respondents, 21 (22.1%) respondents experienced anxiety. Furthermore, multivariate analysis found that family history of exposure to Covid-19 (AOR: 19.39), history of comorbidities (AOR: 10.73), and support from family, colleagues, and superiors (AOR: 7.87) were significantly associated with anxiety among nurses and midwives during the Covid-19 pandemic. Conclusion: Hospital management needs to pay special attention to minimizing the anxiety experienced by nurses and midwives during the Covid-19 pandemic through the provision of social support from family, colleagues, and superiors.
Psychosocial Adaptation Model on Tuberculosis Clients Using Uncertainty in Illness Theory Approach in Jember Anita Fatarona; Soedarsono Soedarsono; Laily Hidayati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v10i2.376

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ABSTRACT Introduction: Pulmonary tuberculosis is an infectious disease that has a psychosocial impact on the sufferer. The government program, is still applicable to the treatment and transmission of disease. Objective: This study was to structural models of psychosocial adaptation in patients with tuberculosis (TB) who underwent treatment using the theory of uncertainty in the disease at Jember Health Centre. Methods: The research is included in the explanative survey method using a cross sectional approach. Samples were taken according to the inclusion criteria of 100 respondents. Sampling using simple random sampling technique. The independent variables in this study, among other: sex, age, marital status, duration of treatment, knowledge, expectations, ethnicity, stigma, occupation, family support, communication, education, uncertainty, coping and psychosocial adaptation. Data were collected using structured questionnaires and analyzed using Partial Least Square (PLS). Results: The result of the research showed that: cognitive factor gave significant effect to uncertainty (t statistic 2,686 >1,6), psychological factor did not give significant effect to uncertainty(t statistic 0, 418 <1,6), social factor gave significant influence to uncertainty (t statistic 7, 496 >1,6), factor uncertainty has a significant effect on coping(t statistic 5,572 >1,6), Coping factors have an effect on psychosocial adaptation(t statistic 7, 911 >1,6). This study cognitive knowledge has a direct influence on uncertainty. uncertainty decreases because the knowledge of TB clients increases. TB clients understanding of the information provided by health workers can reduce the worries and confusion. Conclusion: This psychosocial adaptation nursing model has good predictive relevance.
Analysis of Predictors that Influence on Prevalence of Hypertension Rida Darotin; Eky Madyaning Nastiti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v10i2.377

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Introduction: Hypertension is a health problem that has an important role. If not handled properly, it can lead to various complications in the form of damage to target organs and in fatal cases it can lead to heart disease, kidney failure or stroke which often leads to death. The purpose of this study was to analyze predictor factors (which affect the incidence of hypertension: family history, exercise habits, obesity, saturated fat consumption pattern and level of knowledge) on the incidence of hypertension. Methods: This research is descriptive with a retrospective approach. using total sampling technique. The total population is 40 people in Jember. The time of the study was carried out in May 2019 – June 2019. Data collection tools used questionnaires and observation sheets. Statistical analysis using fisher exact test. Result: There is a relationship between the incidence of hypertension with exercise habits (P Value 0.021 analysis using fisher exact test) and level of knowledge (P value 0.003 using Fisher's exact test). There is no relationship between the prevalence of hypertension with family history, obesity and consumption of foods containing fat (P Value 0.305, P Value 0.211, P Value 0.45 using Fisher Exact test). Conclusion: The incidence of hypertension in members of Aisyiyah Glundengan Wuluhan, Jember Regency is related to exercise habits and level of knowledge. Keyword: Exercise habits, Hypertension, Level of knowledge, Obesity
Faktor-Faktor Yang Mempengaruhi Saturasi Oksigen dan Lama Hari Rawat Pada Pasien PPOK yang Mendapatkan Posisi Semifowler di RS Hermina Ciputat: Faktor-Faktor Yang Mempengaruhi Saturasi Oksigen dan Lama Hari Rawat Pada Pasien PPOK yang Mendapatkan Posisi Semifowler di RS Hermina Ciputat Desy Rasmiyani; Khodijah Alkaff; Surwaningsih; Mega Hasanul Huda; Muhammad Fauzi Rahman; Yuhendri Putra; Intan Asri Nurani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v10i2.380

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a lung disease which has a chronic obstruction in airway that can interefere normal respiration led to death. Patients with COPD usually show symptoms such as dyspnea that are most frustrating in patients with COPD that can trigger the appearance of tightness and decreased saturation. The semi-fowler position is a position that can be chosen by patients who have difficulty breathing and in COPD patients is expected to optimize lung development so that oxygen saturation becomes increased. Given the many factors that contribute to oxygen saturation in patients, it is important to control the factors that affect oxygen saturation in patients who get a semi-fowler position. In addition, given the high prevalence of COPD, it is important for hospitals to identify factors that affect the length of day of treatment of patients with COPD. Identification of these factors can help health workers to plan treatment programs to plan the length of the day of treatment of patients who enter the hospital. The study aimed to identify factors that influence oxygen saturation and the length of days of treatment in COPD patients who get semi-fowler positions at Hermina Ciputat Hospital. Data collection was carried out from January 2020 to October 2021 using the cross-sectional method, namely by taking data at once at the same time through medical record data on 84 inpatients. The analysis test used in this study is the T-test and subsequently multivariate analysis is carried out using linear regression tests. Based on the analysis test, the factors that affect oxygen saturation are gender, smoking history, and initial saturation value. While the factors that affect the length of treatment are the history of smokers and the history of comorbid. Respondents who had a history of smoking would experience a decrease in oxygen saturation by 0.3888. Preventive interventions through smoking-related health education need to be done to reduce the severity in patients with COPD who are hospitalized.
Effect of Depo Medroxsi Progesteron Acetat (DMPA) on Indeks Apoptosis Ovarium in The Exposed Rated Endometrium (Rattus Novergicus) Rizki Fitrianingtyas; Indah Christiana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v10i2.384

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Introduction: Depo Medroxiprogesterone Asetat is the type contraceptive containing only progestin are granted every 3 months that which are considered most effective and regarded with few side effects directly. Side effects long-term that of them , drought the vagina, decrease in the libido , decrease Bone Mineral Density .This caused by because of a decrease in function in the ovary due to the occurrence of apoptosis. Objective: To prove the influence of DMPA with index apoptosis on the ovaries Rattus Norvegicus based on for too long a time exposure to. Methods: Design that is used of these tests are true experiment with the selection in the entire house hold sample use the design of randomized post test drives in cotrol group including on the instrument types. Samples from 30 the tail of a rat males or the two females was classified into 3 group . Group stage matches at first one is the control group (KN) , a second group are to supply 1 treatment being handed out by the provision of therapy DMPA every 1 weeks for rp as long as 1 the month and within a group the third of which was included in the research sample oil which is injected DMPA every once a week for 2 months. Apoptosis index observed with a method of tunel assay kit and a cell that mediate apoptosis in an analysis using a microscope olympus and counting olyvia use . Result : The research results show (p value < 0.05) which means differ significantly . Apoptosis index to 2 are more large treatment from a group 1 and the group one standings larger than the express group control . Estradiol serves as a control an increase in antioxidant genes an enzyme that is an enzyme superoksidase dismutase (SOD) which was with in the mitochondria as a result estradiol can not fulfill their function as antioxidant .The state of this caused the oksidative strees characterized the emergence of free radical. Free radical causes oxidative modification cellular macromolecules , impeding the function of proteins and increase mediate apoptosis. Conclusion: the injections DMPA able to increase apoptosis index in the ovary.
Analysis Psychosocial Factors Affecting Behaviour of Self-Monitoring Blood Glucose in People with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Rondhianto Rondhianto; Jon Hafan Sutawardana; Widya Maulina Cantika Putri
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v10i2.407

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Introduction: Compliance with monitoring blood glucose levels is crucial to diabetes management. Self-monitoring behaviour of blood glucose levels can be influenced by psychosocial factors in people with T2DM, such as knowledge, coping, diabetes distress, family support, and nurse support. Objective: The study aimed to analyze psychosocial factors that influence the behaviour of self-monitoring of blood glucose levels in people with T2DM. Methods: The study was a descriptive-analytic study with a cross-sectional design. The sample was T2DM patients in the Jember Regency with a sample size of 138 respondents, taken using multistage random sampling. Data were collected using a questionnaire (SKILLDS, Coping Scale, DDS, HDFSS, Nurse's role perception, and the SMBG questionnaire) and analyzed using a multiple linear regression test. Results The modelling results show that psychosocial factors (knowledge, coping, diabetes distress, family support, and nurse support) have a simultaneous and significant influence on the behaviour of monitoring blood glucose levels (F = 9.292; p = 0.001 < α = 0.05) with adjusted R2 = 0.232. It showed that psychosocial factors could explain the variance of behaviour monitoring blood glucose levels by 23.2%. Partially, there are three influential variables, namely coping, perception of family support, and perception of nurse support (p= 0.039; p= 0.016; and p= 0.020 < α =0.05). Better coping, family support, and nurse support could improve blood glucose monitoring. Conclusion: Psychosocial factors can affect monitoring blood glucose levels in people with T2DM. The nurse can make efforts to improve the behaviour by monitoring blood glucose levels by considering the psychosocial aspects of people with T2DM through preventive promotion efforts to improve coping, family support, and nurse support to improve self-management and quality of life of people with T2DM.
The Effect of CPR Multimedia Learning to Willingness of Nursing Students On Conducting CPR Yunita Wahyu Wulansari; Guruh Wirasakti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v10i2.408

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Introduction: Incidence of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) varies worldwide as does the survival rate. The willingness of bystander on performing CPR on OHCA victims is an important factor in improving survival rate. Objective: To analyze the effect of CPR multimedia learning to willingness of nursing students on conducting CPR. Methods: This research was a quasy experimental study with randomized subject, pretest-posttest without control group design. The number of respondents were 36 students of 6th semester of nursing student using purposive sampling technique. The data was collected using a willingness questionnaire. Location of this study was in STIKES dr. Soebandi Jember. Ethical approval has been obtained from the Health Research Ethics Committee at STIKES dr. Soebandi Jember. Results: The results showed that there were score differences of nursing students' willingness to perform CPR between before and after CPR multimedia learning (p=0.000). In the early stages before the CPR multimedia learning (pretest), the average respondent's willingness to reach 9.68 (4-5 questions answered yes) with the lowest score 8 and the highest score 14. After the CPR multimedia learning (posttest), the average respondent's willingness reached 14.13 (7-8 questions answered yes) with the lowest score of 12 and the highest score of 16. Conclusion: This study shows that CPR multimedia learning can increase the willingness of nursing students on conducting CPR.
Effectiveness of American Society of Perianesthesia Nurses (ASPAN) on Maternal and Neonates Outcome during Perioperative Enhanced Recovery after Caesarean Surgery (ERACS) mustakim; Ika Yuni Widyawati; Sigit Sugiharto
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Introduction. Patient comfort is one of the important components that must be considered in providing nursing care, including perioperative nursing services, one of which is temperature comfort. The purpose of this research is to explain or to study the effect of the ASPAN guideline intervention for normothermia (active and passive warming) on ​​maternal and neonates outcomes during perioperative Enhanced Recovery After Caesarean Surgery (ERACS). Method. This research used a quasi-experimental quantitative research design or a quasi-experiment involving a control group and an intervention group. Measurement of the intervention group for prevention of hypothermia in cesarean section patients was performed perioperatively (pre-intra-post-surgery). Results. The mother's body temperature variable in the intraoperative and postoperative phases was higher in the intervention group than the control group. The shivering condition variable in the control group experienced an increase in shivering during the intraoperative and postoperative phases (1.15 ± 0.41 and 2.17 ± 0.80), while in the intervention group there was a decrease in shivering condition (0.22 ± 0, 42 and 0.20 ± 0.41). In the temperature comfort variable after measuring using Thermal Comfort ERACS, the Mean ± SD value in the intervention group when the intra-operative and post-operative phases was in the neutral category (0.44 ± 0.6 and 0.44 ± 0.65). Discussion & Conclusion. Application of ASPAN Guideline for normothermia during perioperative obtained significant results on the variable of the mother's temperature, the baby's temperature.

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