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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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Analysis Factors Of Affecting Community Stigma With Covid-19 Patient Based On Health Belief Model Theory Kustin Kustin; Tolak Haris
Jurnal Kesehatan dr. Soebandi Vol 9 No 2 (2021): Jurnal Kesehatan dr. Soebandi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.277

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Introduction: The stigma that exists in society views people with COVID-19 as people who are avoided, the feared disease is very contagious so that stigma causes anxiety and prejudice against sufferers. Objective : To analyze the factors that influence the stigma of society in patients with COVID-19 based on the Health Belief Model (HBM) theory. Methods: Descriptive correlation using a cross-sectional approach. The research sample was 150 respondents with accidental sampling design. The independent variables of this study were knowledge, beliefs and perceptions of threat. The dependent variable was stigma. Data were collected using a questionnaire. Data analysis used multiple regression statistical test with a significance degree of <0.05 (5%). Results: knowledge does not have a significant effect on beliefs (vulnerabilities, advantages, barriers, self-confidence with > 0.05. Knowledge variable has an effect on seriousness > 0.037. Confidence also does not have a significant effect on the threat of vulnerability (1,000), seriousness > 0.999, advantage > 1,000, barriers > 1,000 and belief has an effect on self-confidence > 0.000. For the threat variable does not have a significant effect on stigma > 0.996. Conclusion: The stigma against Covid-19 patients is the perception of seriousness and the perception of threats to Covid-19 patients who are felt to threaten the community to be infected with the virus. Lack of information is a trigger for the stigma of society towards Covid-19 patients.
Relationship Of Knowledge, Attitude, And Practice To Incidence Of Hepatitis A Virus Infection In Nursing Students In Jember Hendra Dwi Cahyono; Ina Martiana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.282

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Introduction: Hepatitis A virus (HAV) can cause inflammation in the liver. Indonesia is one of the countries with a high prevalence rate of hepatitis. The hepatitis A outbreak is an indicator of the lack of student’s concern in maintaining the food, drinks, or environment hygiene. Objective: The aim of the study was to determine the relationship between knowledge, attitude, and practice towards incidence of hepatitis A virus infection in nursing students. Methods: This research was a quantitative study with a descriptive analytical correlation design using a cross-sectional approach. The sampling technique used cluster sampling and 200 participants were obtained from nursing students in several colleges in Jember. The data collection process used an online google form for the questionnaires, because of the pandemic situation. The data analysis was carried out in univariate and bivariate analysis using Chi-square test. Results: The research results showed that there was a relationship between knowledge with incidence of hepatitis A infection which is significantly associated with alpha of 0.046 (<0.05) and OR of 1.140. There was no relationship between attitude and incidence of hepatitis A infection with alpha = 0.489 (> 0.05), as well as the relationship between practice and incidence of hepatitis A infection (p=0.489). High knowledge level has an important role in preventing the hepatitis A infection risk. Conclusion: Student’s attitude and practice are not significantly associated, because even the nursing students knew what to do for prevention of infection risk, they still didn’t do it in their daily activity.
Kasus Gigitan Ular di Daerah Pertanian Perkebunan Kabupaten Jember: Studi Deskriptif terhadap Korban Gigitan Ular di Dua Rumah Sakit Pemerintah Kabupaten Jember Rismawan Yunanto; Lantin Sulistyorini
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.286

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Introduction: The snakebite cases in Jember as agricultural areas are the potential problem to threaten a person's life. Jember, where most residences are working in the agriculture and plantation sectors, has a very high risk of being bitten by a poisonous snake. Objective: To describe the snakebite cases in the agricultural area from two public hospitals of Jember. Methods: This was a cohort design with a retrospective approach. Two public hospitals in Jember were selected (dr. Soebandi and Kalisat hospital). The medical records were used to explore the data with a total sampling technique. We selected 162 medical records in total (2017-2019) for secondary data resources. The data collection tool used was a checklist sheet based on the guidelines from WHO. Results: Most snakebite victims were male and were farmers with a mean age of 40.95 (SD = 18.97). Most of the victims were bitten in the legs/feet (53,7%). More victims could not identify the snake species (48,8%), but more of them were identified as a green snake (42,6%) and Naja sputatrix (6,2%). They used a constricting method (32,7%) with a rope or cloth to prevent the poison move through the blood vessel. Most victims had mild envenomation (59,9%). Swelling (53,1%), local pain (32,1%), and dizziness (9,4%) were the most common symptoms after the snakebite. The treatment of snakebite victims mostly used 1st dose (83,3%). The nurse also reported several nursing diagnoses such as acute pain (68,5%), risk of infection (22,8%), and skin problem (5,6%). Most of the patients only stay ≤ one day (69%) in the hospital. Conclusion: Snakebites from poisonous snakes are a threat to the agricultural area of Jember. No victims adopted either of the WHO-recommended first aid methods. Most of them had mild envenomation with only a 1st dose treatment.
The Effect Of Turmeric On The Quality Of Primary Dysmenorrhea Pain To Students Kiswati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.290

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Introduction: Dysmenorrhea is a painful felt in women when menstruation. The factor is the increase in prostaglandin in endometrium. Dysmenorrhea has differentiated become two primer dysmenorrhea and secondary dysmenorrhea. The incident rate of dysmenorrhea 64, 25% which are 54, 89% primer dysmenorrhea and 9, 36% secondary dysmenorrhea. From the interview result to 5 girls’ adolescent, 3 of them said that painful when they have menstruation every month. Many handlings use anti-inflamasi medications which have dangerous negative effect if used in the long term, such as skin rash and thrombocytopenia. Objective: To aim is to know the effect of giving traditional turmeric drink to pain quality of primer dysmenorrhea for girl teenager SMPN 7 Jember period 2017. Methods: quasi experiment (experiment semu) with research method used One Group Pretest Posttest Design. Approach model cross sectional with amount sample 50 adolescents who experience primer dysmenorrhea. The instrument in the research used painful scale Numeric Ratting Scale (NRS) data analysis used paired t-test / Wilcoxon Matched Pair Test. Results: They got the result p-value 0.000 < α (0.05) so, H0 has rejected the meaning is there is influence for giving traditional turmeric drink to pain quality of primer dysmenorrhea for girl teenager SMPN 7 Jember period 2017. Conclusion: Adolescents should be able to limit the use of the smartphone according to their needs and minimise smartphone use before going to bed at night. Turmeric can reduce painful quality dysmenorrhea.
The Effectiveness Of Android Based Applications An Adherence Monitoring System For Adolescent Female Consumption Fe Tablets Yuni Handayani; Sugeng Winarso; Farida Wahyu Ningtyias
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.293

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Introduction: The level of adherence of adolescent female to the consumption of Fe tablets is an indicator of the success of the program of giving Fe tablets. Objective: To analyze the effectiveness of the use of android-based applications as a monitoring system for adherence with adolescent female consuming Fe tablets . Methods: This research approach is quantitative Quasi Experimental using Pre-Post Control Group Design. This study observes or measures the independent variable and the dependent variable at the same time or at one time. The population of this study was the female youth of SMAN 5 Jember grade 3 with a total of 123 respondents. The technique of taking simple random sampling consisted of 2 groups, 39 adolescent female became the experimental group by being given an android application and 39 adolescent female became the control group. The technique of collecting data is in the form of questionnaires and observations to determine the respondent's adherence with consuming Fe tablets . Results: Data analysis used a comparison test between the control and experimental groups with a P value of 0.000 less than 0.05. There is a significant difference between the adherence of adolescent female to take Fe tablets between the experimental group and the control group. Conclusion: It can be concluded that there is an effective use of android-based applications that can increase the adherence of adolescent female in consuming Fe tablets compared to the provision of activities that have been running previously. It is hoped that there will be development on an Android-based application to add blood to be used as a monitoring system.
Effectiveness Of Hypertension Exercise And Health Education On Decreasing Blood Pressure Sri Wahyuni Adriani; Yuyus Febysna Feronika; Cindhy Ayu Meillani; Silvia Lestari; Dodik Dwi Hadiansah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.300

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Introduction: Hypertension is a global health problem, due to its high frequency of occurrence and high risk of developing heart and blood vessel disease. One of the efforts or interventions to control high blood pressure in the community is to provide health education about controlling high blood pressure, and high blood pressure exercise to reduce blood pressure. Objective: To determine the effectiveness of providing health education and hypertension exercise in reducing blood pressure in patients with hypertension. Methods: Pre-experimental with one-group pre-post test design. The sample in this study was an adult community with hypertension, a total of 42 respondents were taken using simple random sampling. The statistical test used a paired sample t test with a value of = 0.05. Results: 54.8% of public knowledge related to hypertension had increased, 50.0% of public attitudes related to hypertension had increased, 71.4% of people's blood pressure with hypertension had decreased and p value = 0.000. Conclusion: Health education and hypertension exercise can reduce blood pressure in hypertensive patients. It is expected that nurses can provide health education and teach hypertension exercise to reduce blood pressure in hypertensive patients.
Risk Assessment Of Adverse Drug Reactions In Elderly Patients With Chronic Diseases: English Godeliva Adriani Hendra; Eva Monica; Ike Yossy Herawati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.306

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Introduction: The adverse drug reaction (ADR) is 4-7 times more common in elderly patients. That was also related to changes in pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics that triggered the emergence of Drug-Related Problems. Objective: The purpose of this study was to assess ADR in elderly patients with chronic diseases using the GerontoNET Score and the Screening Tool of Older People's Prescriptions (STOPP) criteria. Methods: The research design used a cross-sectional study which was analyzed descriptively. The sample consisted of 72 patients, aged more than 60 years, accompanied by chronic diseases, and hospitalized at Waluyo Jati Kraksaan Hospital. The exclusion criteria were patients referred to the Intensive Care Unit. Assessment to see the risk of ADR in elderly patients with chronic diseases using the GerontoNet Score while the wrong type of drug is given to elderly patients using the STOPP criteria. The variables contained in the GerontoNET Score are comorbid conditions ³4 (score= 1), heart failure (score= 1), liver disease (score = 1), the number of drugs such as: £5 (score= 0); 6-7 (score=1); ³8 (score=4), history of ADR (score=2), kidney failure (score=1). Results: The variable with the most ADR risk factors was the number of drugs ³8 drugs as many as 47 patients (65.3%) with GerontoNET score ³4 as much as 70.8%. The types of drugs included in the STOPP criteria are clopidogrel, Arixtra (fondaparinux), beta-blockers, NSAIDs, and furosemide. Conclusion: The risk factor for ADR was the number of drugs ³8 drugs.
The Role Of The Anaesthetist As A Care Provider In Perianesthesia In The Operating Room At The Hospital Emanuel Ileatan Lewar Emanuel; Putu Inge Ruth Suantika
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.310

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Introduction: Perianesthesia nurses are health professionals with specific abilities to care, treat, assist and protect patients after undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. They work closely with anesthesiologists to manage and monitor patients before, during and after anaesthetic procedures. The conditions in this practice area have a confusing role in providing anesthetic management care to patients who are unable to help themselves in anesthesia, especially in perianesthesia. Therefore, it is very important to research the role of the anesthesiologist as a care provider for perianesthesia in the operating room.Objective: The purpose of this study was to identify the role of anaesthetists as care providers for perianesthesia in the operating room. Methods: This is a descriptive exploratory research with a qualitative approach. This research consists of two stages; data collection in the first stage was carried out through in-depth interviews with anaesthetists working in the Wangaya General Hospital Denpasar operating room. In the second stage, we triangulated the data from anesthesiologists as decision-makers or doctors in charge of administering anesthesia to patients to ensure that the obtained data is consistent, convergent and valid. Qualitative data analysis is inductive; analysis is based on the obtained data, and then the data is searched repeatedly with triangulation techniques; the writing is done through narrative methods. Results: This study showed that anaesthetists at Wangaya Hospital with an educational background of Diploma III and Diploma IV Anaesthesia Nursing, and Diploma III Nursing with anaesthesiology training with Specialty Registrars, administer anaesthesia or become the care provider in pre-anaesthesia, intra-anaesthesia and post-anaesthesia based on scientific, and professional standards of anesthesiology. Conclusion : The anaesthetists can become care providers for perianesthesia in the operating room, which can be used as the first step by other researchers for further research on the effect of anaesthetic care in anaesthesia patient safety.
Analysis Of External And Internal Factors Of Nurse Turnover: A Systematic Review Nurul Arifah; Mira Triharini; Andri Setia Wahyudi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.312

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Introduction: The nurse’s intention to leave the hospital was the settling problem in the hospital, because nurse turnover intention always occurs every year and may continue to increase if not handled. The reason for turnover was to a great extent slanted to the degree of occupation fulfillment, organizational factors, and threatening the workplace, bringing about an absence of inspiration to remain. Objective: to analyze external and internal factors of nurse turnover. Methods: Systematic review method used in this study on 15 scientific articles with limitations of publication time in 2016-2021. Four databases were included in this review such as Scopus, Ebsco, Pubmed, and ScienceDirect. Journals were selected based on predetermined criteria and a critical appraisal process was carried out. The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Critical Appraisal tools were used to assess the bias study. Results: The results of the analysis of scientific articles were known that internal factors of nurse intention to leave were nurse age, education level, and job stress factors. While, an external factors that affect nurse intention to leave the hospital were work environment, job satisfaction, the relationship between nurse and manager, social support and organizational commitment. Conclusion: In conclusion, the factors that influence the turnover intention of nurses based on the results of a systematic review are job dissatisfaction and organizational factors.
The Nurse’s Caring Behavior on Multicultural Hospital Settings: A Literature Review Ulfiatun Hasanah; Nurfika Asmaningrum; Kholid Rosyidi Muhammad Nur
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36858/jkds.v9i2.316

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Introduction: Cultural diversity means a different ethnic group in a country or region; these conditions bring different beliefs and understandings to health care and has an impact on the caring behaviour of nurses. Objective: To describe caring behaviour of nurses on patients in multicultural settings in hospitals. Methods: A Literature review and used 5 comprehensive electronic databases such as Google Scholar, PubMed, Science Direct, ProQuest and Garuda. Results: 10 articles used in this research, 3 themes were analysed, including: forms, barriers, and nursing care strategies for multicultural patients. Forms of nurse caring such as understanding and focus on patient, cultural sensitivity, and verbal and non-verbal communication. The caring barriers were ethnocentrism, conflicting perceptions, lack of cultural knowledge, language differences, inadequate hospital facilities, religious differences, patient family behaviour, ineffective coping, and body exposure. The strategies were providing translators, increasing education, organizational support, and improving coping strategies. Conclusion: The researcher concludes that when nurses do caring, they must pay close attention to the culture of the patient, and the strategies found in this study can be used to reduce the barriers that occur while nurses were caring for multicultural patients so that the patient does not feel different during health care.

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