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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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Antioxidant Effect of Shallot Peel Infusion on Kidney Oxidative Stress in Diazinon-Induced Wistar Rats Dina Helianti; Rosita Dewi; Ayu Munawaroh Aziz; Sheila Rachmania
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.394

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Diazinon is a pesticide widely used by farmers to control pests. Exposure to the low doses of diazinon can occur continuously through a polluted environment and diazinon residues in agricultural products. It has a nephrotoxic effect through oxidative stress mechanism. Flavonoid as antioxidant can significantly neutralize oxidative stress. Shallot peel is a source of flavonoids. This study was designed to determine the antioxidant effect of shallot skin infusion (SPI) on kidney oxidative stress in diazinon-induced Wistar rats by measuring the flavonoid level of SPI and kidney malondialdehyde (MDA) level. Rats were divided into normal, diazinon, and SPI groups. Diazinon was administered at dose of 40 mg/kgBW for 7 days followed by SPI at doses of 500, 1,000, and 2,000 mg/kgBW for 7 days. The flavonoid level of SPI was measured using spectrophotometry method and the kidney MDA level was measured using ELISA method. The flavonoid level of SPI was 96.8 mg QE/L. The results showed that the normal group had the lowest kidney MDA level of 2.585 mM/mL, the diazinon group had the highest level of 2.708 M/mL, while the SPI group at dose of of 500, 1,000, and 2,000 mg/kgBW had renal MDA levels of 2.642 mM/mL, 2.644 mM/mL, and 2.593 mM/mL. Nevertheless, the result of statistical analysis showed that the kidney MDA levels seven days after diazinon administration was not significantly different from the normal group so that SPI administration did not affect the kidney MDA level in diazinon-induced Wistar rats. Keyword: Shallot Peel, Diazinon, Oxidative Stress, Kidney Malondialdehyde
Eksplorasi Kepuasan Terhadap Pemenuhan Kebutuhan Dasar Manusia Berbasis Hirarki Maslow Pada Petani Garam di Desa Pinggir Papas, Kabupaten Sumenep Novi Putri Cahyanti; Nurfika Asmaningrum; Alfid Tri Afandi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.406

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The basic human needs are satisfied when they are fully met. Maslow's theory classifies basic human needs into physiological needs, the needs for safety, the needs for belongingness and love, esteem needs, and self-actualization needs. This study analyzed the satisfaction of basic human needs in salt farmers in Pinggir Papas village, Kalianget district, Sumenep regency, Madurese Island. This descriptive study involved a sample group of 75 salt farmers selected through total sampling. Research data was collected using a need satisfaction inventory questionnaire. The results showed that the satisfaction of basic human needs among salt farmers was marked by a mean score of 194.51, meaning that the farmers had satisfied their basic needs. The satisfaction of basic needs was close to the maximum mean in each category, inter alia, physiological needs (36.79), the needs for safety (38.56), belongingness and love (39.85), self-esteem needs (39.75), and self-actualization needs (39.56). The study found the highest to lowest basic needs’ satisfaction were the needs for belongingness and love, self-esteem needs, and self-actualization, the needs for safety, and physiological needs. Nurses can act as educator and advocate to provide comprehensive information, advocacy to be motivated on the fulfillment of basic needs to ensure maximum satisfaction in each category of basic needs. Keyword: Basic Human Needs, Descriptive, Salt Farmers, Satisfaction
The Self-Efficacy and Disaster Preparedness of Coastal Nurse in Jember: Self-Efficacy and Disaster Preparedness of Coastal Nurse in Jember Rismawan Adi Yunanto; Rondhianto; Baskoro Setioputro; Ruris Haristiani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.442

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Coastal areas in Jember Regency have a high risk of getting a big impact if an earthquake and tsunami. These potential disasters force all elements to be prepared to face disasters that can arise anytime, including nurses in the Coastal Public Health Center of Jember. Self-efficacy is thought to have a relationship in improving nurse preparedness in dealing with disaster situations. The aim of this research is to analyze and describe the relationship between the self-efficacy of coastal nurses and the level of preparedness of nurses in dealing with earthquakes and tsunamis in Jember. This study was a correlational research study with a cross-sectional approach. The population of this study was 161 nurses. The sampling method used was convenience sampling, with the total number of nurses participating in this study was 144. We used two main questionnaires to collect the data: the General Self-Efficacy (GSE) and the Disaster Preparedness Evaluation Tool (DPET). We analyzed the data using Pearson Product moment with a significant level (α) =0.05. We found a significant correlation between the disaster preparedness and self-efficacy of the coastal nurse in Jember with a p-value of 0,008 (< 0.05). The degree of relationship was 0.619, which is considered significant and positive. There is a relationship between self-efficacy and nurse preparedness in dealing with disasters. The association is in a positive direction, meaning that the higher the level of self-efficacy, the higher the nurse's disaster preparedness. Keyword: Disaster Preparedness, Self-efficacy, Coastal nurse, Coastal Areas of Jember
Knowledge Level of Prospective Bride and Groom about Pre Marital Check Up at Religious Affairs Office Kaliwates Ririn Handayani; Yuni Handayani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.456

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The problems of Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR), Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) and stunting in Jember Regency need to receive comprehensive attention. Because this is a complex issue and involves all parties. Pre-marital examination is an effort that needs to be done for couples to suppress these problems. Pre-marital examination is important for the bride and groom to see their health condition in order to prepare for a healthy pregnancy and produce healthy offspring. The purpose of this study was to see the level of knowledge of the bride and groom about Pre Marital Check Up at KUA Kaliwates, as well as to optimize pre wedding classes for the bride and groom. This type of research is descriptive analytic with a cross sectional approach, data collection with research questionnaires. The sample in this study were all 60 prospective bride and groom couples at KUA Kaliwates. This research was conducted in June 2022 and used total sampling methode. Data analysis using frequency distribution. The results showed that 60 respondents (69.8%) consumed Folic Acid, 55 respondents (64%) consumed Fe tablets, 51 respondents (59.3%) received TT Immunization. Most of the prospective bride and groom have a good level of knowledge (65.1%) about Pre Marital Check Up and the rest have a sufficient or insufficient level of knowledge. So it can be concluded that health education related to Pre Marital Check Up must still be carried out as a preventive and promotive effort to improve the health status of women as prospective mothers. Keyword: Knowledge Level; Bride and Groom; Premarital check up
Gambaran Kemauan Siswa Sekolah dalam Pemberian Pertolongan Pertama Cedera Rida Darotin
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.483

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Background: Injury is a health problem caused by accident. Age 5-14 years is a period of growth and development to develop gross motor skills which have a high risk of injury. Tens of millions of children require treatment every year due to injuries, most of these cases experience life-long disabilities. School-age children, namely 6 years of age, have a higher assumption of their physical abilities, while 7-12 years of age have limitations in understanding related to self-safety. Methods: This research is a descriptive study that aims to describe the willingness to perform first aid on 238 grade VIII students at SMPN 1 Jember using a total sampling technique. The inclusion criteria in the study were that students were willing to become respondents, and were present when the research was carried out. Exclusion criteria in this study were respondents in an unhealthy condition, permission not attend school. The instrument has been analyzed for validity and reliability tests with a confidence level of 0.05 using 20 samples. Results: Most of the respondents in the study were 13 years old with the most female sex. For the category of willingness to provide first aid in the category of moderate willingness. Some students are willing to provide and determine the tools needed, try to find information, carry out consultations, and provide calm to provide assistance. And in the category only willing to spend time and allocate funds to provide assistance. Conclusion: it is necessary to provide continuous information so that the introduction of first aid programs for injuries can be considered as something that is really needed by everyone in an effort to instill a will to reduce morbidity due to injuries.
The Effect of Essential Oil Types on The Physical Characteristics and Consumer Preference Level of Antiaging Body Lotion that Contain NLC-Coenzyme Q10 Fransisca Dita Mayangsari; Khusnul Khotimah; Asyalafia
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.487

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Lavender oil and lime oil contain linalool which has a relaxing effect. This oil has potential as a fragrance in antiaging body lotion products containing Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) in the Nanostructured Lipid Carriers System (NLC). This study aimed to analyzed the physical characteristics and consumer preference level for anti aging body lotion containing NLC-CoQ10. NLC-CoQ10 was prepared using the High Shear Homogenization method. For F1 (Formula 1), NLC-CoQ10 is mixed with a gel base and lavender oil. For F2 (Formula 2), the type of essential oil added is lime oil. These two forms when compared with F0 (Formula 0 = formula without essential oils). The physical properties observed included organoleptic, pH, homogeneity, spreadability, and viscosity. Organoleptic test and homogeneity were analyzed descriptively. While the pH, spreadability, and viscosity were analyzed using One Way Anova. In the preference level test, the aspect that is assessed is aroma. This test was analyzed statistically using the Univariate method. Based on the physical characteristic test, it is known that the three formulas have the same color, consistency, and homogeneity. The difference between the three formulas lies in their aroma. F0 is unscented; F1 has a lavender scent; F2 has a lime scent. The viscosity of the three formulas is also different but does not affect the spreadability value. Based on the aroma preference level test, it is known that F2 has the highest value. The type of essential oil affects the aroma and level of preference of the panelists. The most preferred formula is a formula containing lime oil. Keyword: Anti-aging; Body Lotion; Koenzim Q10; Lavender Oil; Lime Oil
Shift In Menarche Age Among Generations X, Y, Z, And Alpha In Jember District 2023: Pergeseran Menarch Antar Generasi X, Y, Z, Dan Alpha Di Kabupaten Jember 2023 Lulut Sasmito; Luthfi Eka; Kiswati; Jenie Palupi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.491

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Introduction: Menarche is defined as the first menstrual period in a female adolescent.This study aims to evaluate the shift in the age of menarche among four generations: Generation X, Y, Z, and Alpha in Jember Regency. Methods: The research design used a quantitative approach with survey methode. This study used nonprobability sampling, consecutive sampling which divided the responden on 274 female adolescent of different numbers in each generation studied. Data were collected through questionnaires and analyzed using One way Anova. Results: The results showed that the age of menarche shifted among the generations studied. Generation Alpha had an earlier age of menarche than the previous generation. Additionally, there was a significant difference in the age of menarche between Generation X and Y, and Generation Y and Z, with Generation X experiencing a delay in the age of menarche compared to Generation Y, and Generation Z experiencing an acceleration in the age of menarche compared to Generation Y. Conclusion: This study concludes that a shift in the age of menarche occurs among Generation X, Y, Z, and Alpha in Jember Regency. This indicates a change in environmental and lifestyle factors that affect the age of menarche. Discussion: The results of this study are expected to be a reference for further research on factors influencing the shift in the age of menarche and health implications related to this shift. Keywords: Menarche, shift, Generation X, Y, Z, and Alpha.
Basil Seeds Infused Water Increases Hemoglobin Levels in Adolescent Women in Jember Febrina Artha Widiyanti; Sharvianty Arifuddin; Mardiana Ahmad; Veny Hadju; Werna Nontji; Andi Aryandy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.507

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Anemia is a condition of decreased hemoglobin levels, hematocrit and erythrocyte count and requires the availability of sufficient iron and protein so that hemoglobin synthesis can be carried out. Basil seeds are a good source of micronutrients and have excellent antioxidant potential for health and can be used as an attractive beverage with various benefits. This study aims to determine the effect of giving Basil Infused Water on increasing Hemoglobin levels which is expected to be a solution to prevent anemia in young women as a preparation for becoming a mother so that complications do not occur during a future pregnancy. Materials and This research was conducted at the Nuris Islamic Boarding School, Jember Regency. This research is a Quasy Experiment with a blinded pre-post test group design . The sample used was 52 young women. Sampling by purposive sampling in accordance with the inclusion criteria. Data analysis using statistical tests paired T-test and Independent T-Test . The study showed that there was an increase in hemoglobin levels in young women after being given intervention in the form of basil infused water for 90 days with a total of three times a week. The statistical test results showed that there was a mean difference of 1.6423 gr/dl and statistically significant with p = 0.000 where p <0.05 which means there was an increase in hemoglobin levels before and after being given basil seeds infused water . Keyword: Basil Seeds, Hemoglobin, Adolescent Women
Study Investigation The Risk Factors of Toddlers with Low Nutritional Status in The North Coast of Java, Indonesia widya addiarto; Yulia Rachmawati Hasanah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.508

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Today, one of the problems in the world that is never finished was low nutritional status. Toddlers nutritional are the measure of the success nutritional status. The development of toddlers can be seen from their nutritional status, whether nutritional intake is in accordance with needs or not. Every toddler has a different nutritional status depending on the nutritional intake received every day. Nutrition monitoring in toddlers can be done regularly through Posyandu or pediatricians. The risk of low nutritional status in children is caused by several factors, including internal factors and other external factors. According to UNICEF in 2020 estimates that 45.4 million of toddlers are acutely malnutrition. In 2021 the incidence of low nutrition status with stunting in Indonesia is 24.4%, East Java Province is 23.5% and Probolinggo Regency is 23.3%. This study used a descriptive analytic method with a cross sectional approach. The sample used in this study was 63 mothers who had toddlers. This study uses a questionnaire distributed to all respondents via google form then the data is processed to determine the dominant factors that influence the incidence of stunting in toddler. The results of a multivariate test of all the variables that most dominantly affect stunting, the strength of the relationship from the largest to the smallest. are: body weight (OR=83,664), diet (OR=15728), height (OR=8,977) and breast feeding (OR=0,832). Exclusive breastfeeding is highly recommended because it is very beneficial for the child's growth and development. Breast milk contains various substances that are beneficial for the body. Therefore, it is important for mothers to give breast milk to newborns to prevent babies from various diseases and for good brain growth . Keyword: Stunting, Nutritional Status, Toddler, Risk Factors
The Relationship Between Maternal Knowledge Parenting Patterns and Exclusive Breastfeeding with The Incidence of Stunting in Toddlers in The Work Area of The Urban Health Center Tanjung Priok North Jakarta. Owan Ratna Permaha; Diah Argarini; Rizki Hidayat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v11i2.509

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Stunting is a condition in which babies are shorter than their peers, With a prevalence of 36.4%, Indonesia ranks third among Southeast Asian nations. The aim is to determine the relationship between the level of mother's knowledge, exclusive breastfeeding and parenting style with the incidence of stunting in toddlers . This study used a descriptive analytic method with a cross-sectional approach, a sample of 81 toddlers stunted and non-stunted toddlers. The sample technique uses a purposive sampling technique. The instrument used is scale likert questionnaire. The results of the study showed that there was a relationship between the mother's knowledge level pvalue = 0.000, exclusive breastfeeding pvalue = 0.003 and parenting style pvalue = 0.000 to the incidence of stunting in toddlers. There is a significant relationship between the level of mother's knowledge, exclusive breastfeeding and parenting style with the incidence of stunting. Monitoring and assessing program implementation is necessary, as is periodically treating nutrition cases. Outreach initiatives and support for moms of young children are also important ways to raise awareness of the value of exclusive breastfeeding. Keyword: Maternal Knowledge Level, Exclusive Breastfeeding, Parenting, Incidence of Stunting

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