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Jambi Medical Journal "Jurnal Kedokteran dan Kesehatan"
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Jambi Medical Journal is a Journal for Medical And Health Issues, in Scope: Medical Education, Farmakology, Mikrobiology, PUblic Health, Clinical Patology, Medical Nutrition, Clinical Medicine, Pediatric, Immunology, Patology Anatomi, Orthopedy, Obstetri and Gynekology, Internal Medicine, Endocrine and Metabolic, Genetics & Molecular Biology.
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Analysis Of Quality Of Service Factors On Patient Satisfaction In Specialist Polyclinics Rsud Kh Daud Arif Kuala Tungkal, Tanjungjabung Barat, Jambi : tangible (bukti fisik), reability (keandalan), responsiveness (daya tanggap), assurance (jaminan), emphaty (empati) Zaimah Hilal; Subang Aini; Dwi Rahmawati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jmj.v11i3.18672

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ABSTRACTBackground: Based on data shows that the number of outpatients who got treatment by specialistpolyclinic RSUD KH Daud Arif in January-June 2018 experienced a decreased each month.Meanwhile increased on March. Early survey have done by researcher about patient satisfaction ofhealth service quality at specialist polyclinic RSUD KH Daud Arif over 10 patients who went treatmentto specialist polyclinic RSUD KH Daud Arif, kuala tungkal, that 6 patients said less satisfied with theservices provided and 4 patients said satisfied with the services provided.Method: The purpose of research is analyzing factors of service quality over patient satisfaction atSpecialist Polyclinic RSUD KH Daud Arif in 2018. The type of research is cross sectional. The sampleof research are some patients at Specialist Polyclinic RSUD KH Daud Arif about 99 respondent. Thedata analysis used chi- squere and regresi logistic.Result: The result of research showed that there are significantly related tangible, reability,responsiveness, assurance, and emphaty over service quality at Specialist Polyclinic RSUD KH DaudArif in 2018 with p-value = 0.000, And after multiple logistic test from 3 type obtained that the mostdominant factor influence to hospital service quality that is tangible with exponent value B 420,578 andp-value = 0.000.Keywords: Characteristics of Respondents, Hospital service quality, tangible,reability, responsiveness,assurance, and emphathy
ANALYSIS OF THE RISK FACTORS OF WORK FATIGUE IN FORMAL AND INFORMAL WORKERS Willia Novita Eka Rini; Usi Lanita
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Labor productivity can be significantly reduced as a result of fatigue. The purpose of this study was to analyze the risk factors for work fatigue that exist in the formal and informal sector workers in Jambi City. This research was conducted using a cross-sectional design with a total sample of 200 respondents, namely 100 respondents from formal workers and 100 respondents from informal workers. The sampling technique used purposive sampling. Based on the results of the study, it can be seen that there is a significant relationship between age (p-value 0.034 PR 1.80 95% CI 1.02-3.16), length of work (p-value 0.000 PR 0.41 95% CI 0.28 - 0.59), years of service (p-value 0.001 PR 2.18 95%CI 1.33-3.56), and medical history (p-value 0.000 PR 2.07 95%CI 1.54-2, 79) with job burnout in formal and informal sector workers in Jambi City, and there is no significant relationship between gender (p-value 0.227 PR 0.79 95%CI 0.57-1.10), nutritional status (p-value 0.416 PR 1.23 95%CI 0.83-1.82), and workload (p-value 0.450 PR 0.83) 95%CI 0.58-1.20) with work fatigue in formal and informal sector workers in Jambi City. The conclusion of this study is that there is a relationship between age, length of work, years of service, and history of illness with work fatigue.
THE EFFECT OF INTERMITTENT FASTING ON TRIGLYCERIDE LEVELS IN THE WISTAR STRAIN WHITE RATS (RATTUS NORVEGICUS) DIABETES MELLITUS MODEL Huntari Harahap; Esa indah ayu dia; Erny Kusdiyah; Rahmatika Subhan
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Background:: In Indonesia, there is an increasing population prevalence with abnormal triglyceride levels. Reducing triglyceride levels in the blood can be done in various ways including taking drugs and changing healthy lifestyles. Diet intervention methods that can be done are very diverse, one of which is Intermittent Fasting 5:2. Methods: Experimental uses this type of analysis quantitative laboratory research in vitro using a pre-test and post-test group design. The population used in this study were 30 (Rattus norvegicus) Wistar with a body weight of 150-250 grams. Which were divided into 3 groups, Results: From the results of the paired T-Test. It proves that there was no significant difference in treatment groups A, B, and C which was marked by the statistical test results obtained p> 0.05 (insignificant). Conclusion: There was no difference in triglyceride levels before and after treatment with intermittent fasting type 5:2 white Wistar rats.
DIMENSIONS OF CADRE SATISFICATION WITH THE WEB-BASED e-POSYANDU CADRE HEALTH APPLICATION (ePoK-K) AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR RECORDING AND REPORTING POSYANDU ACTIVITIES Melly Damayanti; Nurul Aini Suria Saputri; Darwitri
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Background: Recording and reporting is one of the responsibilities of posyandu cadres. Every month, data is collected and reported in order to monitor and evaluate the posyandu program. Because this activity is performed manually by cadres, it has the potential to cause data errors and inaccuracies. As a result, researcher is interested in developing applications that can assist cadres in recording and reporting, so that cadres can produce accurate and valid posyandu reports. Objective: The objective of this study was to assess cadre satisfaction with the Cadre Health e-Posyandu Application (ePoK-K) as an alternative to recording and reporting posyandu activities. Method: This was a quasi-experimental study with a one-group posttest-only design. From June to August 2022, the research was conducted in the Work Area of the Mekar Baru Health Center in Tanjungpinang City. A total of 60 respondents were obtained from 12 posyandu in the Work Area of the Mekar Baru Health Center in Tanjungpinang City using a proportional stratified random sampling technique. Results: The analysis of the dimensions of respondents' satisfaction with the ePoK-K application revealed that satisfaction was very satisfied in each dimension, with the following details: tangible dimension 90%; reliability 91.7%; responsiveness 91.7%; assurance 76.7%; and empathy 83.3%. In general, respondents' satisfaction with the ePoK-K Application was very high (86.7%). Conclusion: Respondents were extremely pleased with the website-based ePoK-K application for recording and reporting posyandu activities. Keywords: Satisfaction, cadres, application
Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) Among Civil Servants in Jambi City:: Using NCEP/ATP III Criteria Guspianto Guspianto; Zafira Nadwa; Nuriyah; Armaidi Darmawan; Tia Wida Ekaputri Hz; Ismi Nurwaqiah Ibnu; Puspita Sari
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Background: The incidence of Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) is an important health problem because it was associated with an increase in cardiovascular disease as the main cause of death. The prevalence of MetS in the world at age > 20 years was 24%, age 50 years was 30% and age > 60 years was 40%, while in Indonesia was 17.5% and one of groups that has most risk factors for MetS is the civil servant (ASN). This study aims to obtain a description of the MetS incidence among ASN in Jambi City. Method: A descriptive quantitative study carried out on 108 ASN from six selected government agencies in Jambi city through multistage random sampling technique. Data collection through physical examination to measure of 5 MetS criteria according to the NCEP ATP-III, namely central obesity, blood sugar, blood pressure, triglycerides, and HDL. Determination of the incidence of MetS if the subject has 3 of the 5 criteria. Result: The results of the analysis obtained that the incidence of MetS to 60.2%, and 3 of MetS indicators that have risk majority namely central obesity (74.1%), blood pressure (66.7%), and HDL (63%). Conclusion: It recommendation to prevent and control risk factors that affect the incidence of MetS through improving communication-information-education (IEC) for ASN to raise awareness and develop Posbindu in the workplace to early detection of MetS risk factors. Keywords: Metabolic syndrome, civil servant, jambi city
Correlation Between C-Reactive Protein Level and Outcome In Coronavirus Disease 2019 Patients At COVID Intensive Care Unit RSUP. Dr. M. Djamil Padang Putri Ariani; Dedy Kurnia; Malinda Meinapuri; Rudy Afriant; Rina Gustia; Rikarni; Rinal Effendi
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Background: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory system disease transmitted to humans and has infected humans in almost every country. Plasma cytokine levels, such as C-reactive protein (CRP), are elevated inflammatory markers in most COVID-19 patients and are routinely examined, especially in the intensive care Unit (ICU). Elevated CRP levels are associated with higher rates of severity and death. Objective: This study aimed to determine the correlation between CRP levels and outcomes in COVID-19 patients at COVID ICU RSUP. Dr. M. Djamil Padang Period July – December 2021. Method: This research was conducted using by analytic observational method with a retrospective cohort design. Secondary data was collected from the medical records of COVID-19 patients treated in the ICU COVID RSUP. Dr. M. Djamil Padang from July – December 2021, using total sampling as a technique, 107 samples met the inclusion criteria. Data analysis was carried out using univariate and bivariate methods. Result: The result shows more male patients (51.4%) than women (48.6%). From the age range, most age was found in the range > 59 years (54.2%). The most common type of comorbid disease was diabetes (32.7%). The highest CRP level at the initial ICU admission was >160 mg/L (70.1%), and the highest ferritin level was >434 ng/mL (86.0%). The most common patient outcome was death (65.4%). There is a relationship between CRP levels (p = 0.029) and the outcome of COVID-19 patients in the COVID ICU. Conclusion: This study concludes that there is a correlation between C-Reactive Protein (CRP) levels and Outcomes in COVID-19 patients at COVID ICU RSUP. Dr. M. Djamil Padang Period July – December 2021. Keywords : COVID-19, CRP, Patient Outcome, ICU
Analysis Of Condom Use Behavior, Number Of Partners, And Injecting Drugs With The Incidence Of Hiv/Aids In Indonesia: A Systematic Review And Meta Analysis Yeffi Masnarivan; Fatimah Khairiyah; Diva Maharani; Humaira Fajra Yelna; Nada Qarisa Zachrany
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Background: HIV/AIDS is a global health problem. HIV epidemic is a major problem and challenge for public health in the world, including Indonesia. HIV transmission can occur through the exchange of various body fluids from an infected person. The incidence of HIV/AIDS is also influenced by various risk factors. Methods: Systematic review and meta-analysis were carried out and were based on the PubMed, Sciencedirect, and Google Scholar databases with search ranges from 2012 to 2022. The articles analyzed were case-control study design articles and were prepared according to PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses). Results: Behavioral variables of using condoms in sexual intercourse, having more than one partner, and injecting drug use are at risk for the incidence of HIV/AIDS in Indonesia, which are indicated by a significance p-value less than 0.05. Conclusion: Variables that have a risk for HIV incidence in Indonesia are the behavior of using condoms, the number of partners, and injecting drug use. These three variables are evidenced by significant p-values. Keywords: HIV/AIDS, behavior, Indonesia, meta-analysis
The ANALYSIS AND MAPPING OF TEMPORARY SHELTERS (CASE STUDY: JAMBI LUAR KOTA SUBDISTRICT, MUARO JAMBI REGENCY) Arnild Augina Mekarisce; Vinna Rahayu Ningsih; Zuli Rodhiyah
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ABSTRACT Background: The population of Jambi Luar Kota Subdistrict in 2020 is 62.687 people, with the development of an increasing population, it will affect the increase in the amount of waste scattered in illegal locations, so it is increasingly necessary to improve the availability of Temporary Waste Shelters. Objective: The purpose of this study was to analyze and to map temporary waste shelters in Jambi Luar Kota Subdistrict, Muaro Jambi Regency.. Method: Descriptive research with the results of mapping temporary waste shelters based on Global Positioning System and Geographic Information System, data using total sampling in Jambi Luar Kota Subdistrict. The data analysis used is descriptive analysis and is presented in the form of output in the form of maps and tabulation of data. Results: The results showed that in Jambi Luar Kota Sub-district there were 36 illegal temporary waste shelters, almost all with a waste volume of 1-49 m3 (91.67%), most of them were located near neighborhood roads (77.78%), and most of them were at medium and high population density levels (80.56%). Furthermore, according to SNI 19-2454-2002, the minimum standard is 167 legal temporary waste containers. Conclution: The minimum standard for temporary waste shelters in the Jambi Luar Kota Subdistrict is 167 points, which can be mapped based on population density figures and qualified land availability. Keywords: analysis, mapping, temporary waste shelters
A GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR TEMPORARY SHELTERS IN SEKERNAN SUBDISTRICT MUARO JAMBI REGENCY Arnild Augina Mekarisce; Vinna Rahayu Ningsih; Zuli Rodhiyah; Samsidar
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ABSTRACT Background: The population of Sekernan Subdistrict in 2020 is 45.207 people, with the development of an increasing population, it will affect the increase in the amount of waste scattered in illegal locations, so it is increasingly necessary to improve the availability of Temporary Waste Shelters. Objective: The purpose of this study was to analyze and to map temporary waste shelters in Sekernan Subdistrict, Muaro Jambi Regency.. Method: Descriptive research with the results of mapping temporary waste shelters based on Global Positioning System and Geographic Information System, data using total sampling in Sekernan Subdistrict. The data analysis used is descriptive analysis and is presented in the form of output in the form of maps and tabulation of data. Results: The results showed that in Sekernan Subdistrict there are 24 illegal temporary waste shelters, more than half with a waste volume of 0.1-3.5 m3 (54.17%), most of them are located near neighborhood roads (83.33%), and most of them are located at high population density levels (75%). Furthermore, according to SNI 19-2454-2002, the minimum standard is 180 legal temporary waste shelters in Sekernan District. Conclution: The minimum standard for temporary waste shelters in the Sekernan Subdistrict is 180 points, which can be mapped based on population density figures and qualified land availability. Keywords: analysis, mapping, temporary waste shelters
CONTENT VALIDITY OF PBL TUTORIAL INSTRUMENT FOR PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING Nindya Aryanty; Siti Raudhoh; Rita Halim
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Background: Problem-based Learning (PBL) is characterized by tutorial learning method where learning triggered using structured scenarios to initiate and stimulate student discussion in a small group, with facilitation by a tutor. Student performance during tutorial should be assessed by the tutor. Sim et al. from the University of Malaya developed PBL Tutorial Instrument measuring participation and communication ability, cooperation/team building skills, understanding/ reasoning skills, knowledge/skills gathering information. PBL Instrument Objective: This study aims to construct a new valid tutorial assessment instrument through adaptation and modification of the previous instrument developed by Sim et al. Method: This study consisted of 3 stages: forward translation, backward translation, and expert review. Forward translation is the process of translating instruments from English to Indonesian language. The results of the forward translation are given to different translators for a backward translation process. Instrument then submitted to seven experts to be validated and provide suggestions regarding the content and sentences used in the instrument items. The content validation process is carried out using the CVI and S-CVI score. Results: Forward and backward translation results shows that 20 items in the instrument were confirmed to be consistent with the original instrument. However, the first round of content validity process resulted I-CVI score for every item is ≥ 0.86 and the S-CVI score 0.99. Several experts suggested revision for item sentences corresponding with actual PBL implementation in the institution. Items were revised then the same experts then re-validated the revised instrument. Result showed the I-CVI and S-CVI score are 1.00. Conclusion: This research produced a valid Indonesian language version of the PBL assessment instrument, so that it can be used as an instrument to evaluate student performance in tutorial. Pilot studies need to be carried out further to obtain an analysis of the validity and reliability of the instrument. Keyword: instrument, PBL Tutorial, assessment

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