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VENTILASI PARU PASIEN DENGAN PENYAKIT PARU OBSTRUKSI KRONIS (PPOK) PASKA PENERAPAN PURSED LIPS BREATHING DENGAN PENDEKATAN COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THER Maryuni, Dwi; Sukartini, Tintin; Kurniawati, Ninuk Dian
Critical Medical and Surgical Nursing Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2014): APRIL 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/cmsnj.v2i2.12389

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Inroduction : Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a lung disease that has a severe impact on the physical condition and quality of life of the patients. PLB breathing exercises with CBT is one of the non pharmakologis therapies to help COPD?s patients to obtain optimal physical condition and prevent more severe complications. The aimed of this study was to determine the effect of breathing exercises PLB with CBT to changes RR, HR, SaO2, and Retraction Chest Muscles on COPD?s patients at Ruang Palem I RSUD Dr. Soetomo Surabaya.Method : This study was a pre- experimental study. The independent variabel was PLB with CBT. The dependent variabels were RR, HR, SaO2 and retraction chest muscles on COPD?s patients. Sample was 12 respondents. The sample was divided into 2 groups, 6 respondents as treatments group and 6 respondents as a control group. Data were then analyzed using independent t test, paired t test and chi square with level of siginficance p?0.05.Result : Results showed that RR (p=0.004), HR (p=0.021), and SaO2 (p=0.003).Discussion : It can be concluded that there were influence the PLB breathing exercises with CBT to changing RR, HR and SaO2 on COPD?s patients. Whereas Chest muscle retraction was no effect with breathing exercises PLB with CBT on COPD?s patients at Ruang Palem I RSUD Dr. Soetomo Surabaya. Suggestions for nurses to be able to improve services for special education breathing exercises PLB with CBT in treating COPD?s patients. For further research expected to examine other factors that may help resolve problems in patients with COPD.
THE FACTORS RELATED TO THE CARING BEHAVIOR OF CLINICAL NURSING STUDENTS Sukartini, Tintin; Asmoro, Candra Panji; Pradana, Fiqih Ardi
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 1 (2019): APRIL 2019
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Introduction: The CB of clinical nursing students is very important but they are still in the implementation phase of the theory from when it was learned in college. This study aims to describe the correlation between intelligence quotient (IQ), emotional intelligence (EI) and spiritual intelligence (SI) with caring behavior (CB).Methods: This study was descriptive and correlational with a cross-sectional approach. The respondents of this research were all of the clinical nursing students (166 respondents) via the simple random sampling technique. The data was collected using questionnaires and analyzed using the Spearman-rho test with a level of significance ? 0.05.Results: The results showed that CB had a correlation with IQ (p=0.019, r=0.211), EI (p=0.048, r=0.178) and SI (p=0.000, r=0.456).Conclusion: IQ, EI, and SI have a correlation with CB. A higher quotient will produce a higher CB. Future research is expected to be able to analyze the other factors related to CB among clinical nursing students.
THE IMPACT OF SELF EFFICACY ON THE FOOT CARE BEHAVIOR OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS IN INDONESIA Huda, Nuh; Nursalam, Nursalam; Sukartini, Tintin; Pratiwi, Nadya Wahyu
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 2 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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Introduction: Diabetes mellitus (DM) often causes complications, one of which is diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs). One of the factors involved in preventing diabetic foot injuries is performing foot care behavior. To improve patient behavior in terms of performing foot care is to improve self-efficacy. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the self-efficacy of diabetes patients on foot care behavior.Methods: This study used a descriptive correlational design to reveal the correlative relationships between the variables with a sample of 106 respondents using probability sampling in the form of cluster random sampling. The data was collected using questionnaires, the foot care confidence scale (FCCS), and the foot care behavior scale for diabetes (FCBS for Diabetes). The independent variable of this study was the self-efficacy of DM sufferers and the dependent variable of this study was the behavior of foot care. The data analysis used the Spearman Rho correlation test (?=0.05).Results: Spearman Rho correlation test showed there to be a relationship between the self-efficacy of people with diabetes mellitus and foot care behavior p value = 0.001 (p<0.05), r= -0.542.Conclusion: The implication of this study is that a high self-efficacy in people with diabetes mellitus will improve the behavior related to foot care, thereby reducing the risk of behaviors that damage the feet.
FAMILY SUPPORT REQUIRED TO INCREASE COMPLIANCE OF MEDICAL CONTROL OF PATIENTS WITH CANCERS Yaner, Nurul Ramadhani; Sukartini, Tintin; Kristiawati, Kristiawati; Maulana, M Ruli
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 3(si) (2019): The 10th International Nursing Conference | April 6-7, 2019, Surabaya, Indo
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Introduction: Long and burdening therapeutic treatments of patients with cancers require social support in order to encourage patient?s medical compliance. Family support helps patients remain positive during their treatments so that they can develop physical and psychological fulfillment. This research identifies the correlation between family?s support and the rate of compliance of medical control of patients with cancer.Methods: The design was cross-sectional. The population was 60 patients with cancers who were undertaking treatment and 36 respondents were drawn by using a consecutive sampling technique. The independent variable is family support, while the dependent variable is the rate of compliance of patients with cancers in maintaining their medical control. The data was collected using questionnaires adopted from MMAS-8 (Medication Morisky Adherence Scale) and analyzed by using Chi Square with a significance rate of ? ? 0.05.Results: The results indicated that the correlation between family?s support and the rate of medical compliance resulted in p=0.006.Conclusion: Supportive family support is very important in the successful treatment of cancer patients, because the family is closest to the patient, they live together, and also they have the opportunity to meet the needs of cancer patients.
THE EFFECT OF COMBINATION BETWEEN CHLORINE 0.5% AND ALCOHOL 70% TO BACTERIA’S GROWTH Muzhidah, Muzhidah; Sukartini, Tintin; Sunarno, Arie
Jurnal Ners Vol 4, No 1 (2009): April 2009 - September 2009
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Introduction : Desinfection process at laringoscope by using alcohol 70% was not effective for hidrofil?s viruses. The activity mechanism of alcohol 70% is protein denaturation, baktericid for vegetative?s and tuberculoside?s cell. Decontamination with chlorine 0.5% and alcohol 70% have an enzyme inactivity, protein denaturation and inactivity sour of nukleat, so that alcohol desinfectan 70% and chlorine 0.5% much better in pursuing growth of microorganism, but the effectivities of chlorine 0.5% and alcohol 70% for amount of germ?s colony at laringoskop still need furthermore clarification. Objective of this study was aimed to explain the effectiveness of combination of alcohol 70% disinfectant and chlorine 0.5% to decrease germ?s colony in  laringoscope.Methods : A quasy eksperimental (control group pre-post test) total sampling design was used in this study. Population were all of laringoscope which used at room operate of emergency departemen 5th floor Dr. Soetomo general hospital of Surabaya. The independent variable was 1) combination of alcohol 70% disinfectant and chlorine 0.5%, 2) alcohol 70% disinfectant only and dependent variable was germ?s colony. Data were analyzed by using Paired t-Test with significance level p<0.05.Results : The result showed that there was an effectiveness combination of chlorine 0.5% and alcohol 70% to decrease germ?s colony (p=0.000) and the effectiveness of alcohol 70% to decrease germ?s colony (p=0.591). Conclusion: It can be concluded that combination of chlorine 0.5% and alcohol 70% more effective to decrease germ?s colony in  laringoscope. It is recomended that the existence of periodical inspection of laryngoscope to decrease risk of nosocomial infection.
DEVELOPMENT OF MODEL ON MOTHERS SELF-EFFICACY IN PREVENTING RECURRENCE OF NON-PNEUMONIA ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTION AMONG TODDLERS Zatihulwani, Eliza Zihni; Sukartini, Tintin; Krisnana, Ilya
Jurnal Ners Vol 12, No 2 (2017): October 2017
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Introduction: Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in children. A cough and cold diseases such as rhinitis, pharyngitis, tonsillitis and other upper respiratory diseases are classified as non-pneumonia. ARIs that are not appropriately handled will affect the lung tissue and cause severity and even death. The purpose of this study is to develop a model of self-efficacy (SE) among mother to prevent recurrent (PR) non pneumonia (NP)-ARI on toddlers based on the integration of Precede-Proceed Model and Health Belief Model.Method: This study used cross-sectional design. The population were a mother with a toddler in Tanggalrejo Village of Mojoagung Jombang.  A hundred toddler?s mothers were recruited as samples by cluster sampling. Variables in this study were predisposing-enabling-reinforcing factors, main constructs of perceived (MCP), perceived threat, SE and PRNP-ARI. Data were collected using questionnaire, and Focus Group Discussion then analyzed using Partial Least Square (PLS).Results: The SE improvement model for the PRNP-ARI was formed from predisposing-enabling-reinforcing factors, MCP, perceived threat, and maternal SE. The greatest effect was on MCP against a perceived threat with T statistic value = 11.07.Conclusion: Increasing SE of toddler's mother can be done by educating mother about ARI concept, conventional ARI treatment, environmental modification, benefits of mask use, clean and healthy life behavior, proper hand washing, nutrition feeding, exclusive breastfeeding, stress management; create peer support group for toddlers mother; and optimizing the role of health officers and family support.
THE EXPERIENCES OF CANCER-RELATED FATIGUE AMONG ADULT CANCER PATIENTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Arizona, I Komang Leo Triandana; Sukartini, Tintin; Efendi, Ferry; Estiadewi, Primalova Septiavy; Anggraeni, Ni Putu Dian Ayu
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 3(si) (2019): The 10th International Nursing Conference | April 6-7, 2019, Surabaya, Indo
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Introduction: Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) is one of the symptoms commonly experienced and it is a subjective feeling felt by cancer patients. The aim of this systematic review was to summarize how fatigue has been described from the perspective of adult cancer patients, the impact of fatigue on their quality of life, what the patient reported as contributing factors and potential coping strategies to reduce fatigue.Methods: A systematic review is in line with PRISMA guidelines. Five databases were systematically searched (Scopus, PubMed, Springerlink, ProQuest and Science Direct) from January 2009 to February 2019 for qualitative studies describing the experience of adult cancer patients using a predefined search strategy and any relevant keywords.Results: In total, 13 out of 4692 studies were included. The ages of the included patient cancer ranged from 26 to 84 years. The majority of studies used in-depth interviews and semi-structured interviews to elicit the participant?s experiences of fatigue. Four themes were identified: the perception of cancer-related fatigue, the etiology of cancer fatigue, impact and coping strategies.Conclusion: Fatigue is impactful on quality of life from the perspective of cancer patients. Future research should focus on the prospective exploration of the impact of fatigue on woman's and men's health and identifying approaches to reduce fatigue. 
Adherence in Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients Based on King’s Interacting Systems Theory Sukartini, Tintin; Sitorus, Ratna; Waluyo, Agung; Darmawan, Ede Surya
Jurnal NERS Vol 10, No 2 (2015): Vol. 10 Nomor 2 Oktober 2015
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Introduction: Indonesia is one of largest contributor countries to pulmonary TB cases in the world. One of the factors that cause it is no adherence in the treatment. It is necessary to develop a model in order to improving compliance in patient. For an initial step, it is necessary to explore patient’s adherence that based on King’s interacting systems theory. The objective of this study was to explore the patients experience that cause them obedient the treatment based on King’s interacting systems theory. Method: This research was a qualitative research with descriptive explorative approach. The samples were selected through purposive sampling method. Participants in this study were 8 patients who met the inclusion criteria. In this study, participants were pulmonary TB patients who have undergone treatment for 5-6 months. Results: There were 12 themes in patients compliance based on King’s interacting systems theory; (1) true perception of pulmonary tuberculosis, (2) self-awareness, (3) optimal growth and development, (4) positive self-image, (5) a healthy environment, (6) discipline to take medication, (7) effective coping, (8) open communication with the patients health workers and family, (9) to perform its role optimally, (10) balancing stress during illness, (11) knowing the health care bureaucracy and (12) able to take decisions. Discussion: The 12 themes describe that adherent patients have interaction systems that were personal systems, interpersonal systems and social systems. Keywords: Compliance, pulmonary tuberculosis, King’s interacting systems theory.
Description of nausea vomiting and anorexia in cancer patients pasca chemotherapy at RSUP Makassar gustini, Gustini; Sukartini, Tintin; Krisnana, Ilya
Jurnal Penelitian Kesehatan SUARA FORIKES Vol 10, No 3 (2019): Juli 2019
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Introduction: Nausea vomiting is the most common effect felt by cancer patients after chemotherapy. One of the causes of patients not achieving chemotherapy is the effect of chemotherapy namely nausea and vomiting. In general the prevalence of 70-80% of patients receiving chemotherapy experiences nausea and vomiting. Nausea vomiting in patients after chemotherapy can be debilitating and can cause delays in the administration of chemotherapy can also lead to dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, weight loss, anorexia. Some studies show that post-chemotherapy cancer patients experience nausea vomiting and anorexia, in RSUP Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo also found difficulties with nausea vomiting and anorexia. Aims: To the study was to prevent vomiting of nausea and anorexia in cancer patients after chemotherapy. Methods: 60 post-chemotherapy cancer patients who experienced nausea vomiting and anorexia were included in a cross-sectional study. The selected subject fulfills the criteria. Study inclusion: Patients diagnosed with cancer in the Lontara 2 Chemotherapy Room. Patients who have received chemotherapy, adjuvant chemotherapy and additional chemotherapy, are ≥ 21 years old. Nausea and vomiting were measured using the INVR questionnaire and anorexia using a history of anorexia questionnaire. Data were analyzed using descriptive analysis. Results: based on the characteristics of respondents nausea and anorexia vomiting distributed 41-50 years, female sex, secondary school education, working as a housewife, cycles 1-4 times. Conclusion: Cancer patients after chemotherapy experience vomiting of nausea and anorexia. Nausea vomiting is caused by the effects of chemotherapy drugs which stimulate the digestive system, causing moderate and severe nausea and anorexia.
Manfaat Senam Lansia Terhadap Kadar Imunoglobulin G (IgG) Sukartini, Tintin
Jurnal Ners Vol 2, No 1 (2007): Vol. 2 No. 1 Mei-September 2007
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The health problem is frequently found for elderly with age more than 55 years old. It has adverse effect on cardiovascular and Immunological system. The objective of this study was to analyze the effect of elderly exercise on the increase of fitness in Elderly. The design of this study was quasy experiment design involving two groups subject. The study took 12 respondents of elderly recruited by purposive sampling. The independent variable was elderly exercise and the dependent variable was IgG. Data were collected by laboratory test and analyzed by using t-test with significance level of a ≤ 0.05.Result showed that elderly exercise had significant effect on the IgG level (p = 0,002). Further studies are recommended on the effect of elderly exercise on the increase immunity system concerning with the role of interferon gamma.
Co-Authors Agung Waluyo Akbar Tukan, Ramdya Akbar Tukan, Ramdya Alifah, Nandani Anggraeni, Agnes Sevelina Anggraeni, Ni Putu Dian Ayu Anggraheni, Anggraheni Anugrahini, Hepta Nur Arizona, I Komang Leo Triandana Candra Panji Asmoro, Candra Panji Ede Surya Darmawan Edy Purwanto Elida Ulfiana Esti Yunitasari, Esti Estiadewi, Primalova Septiavy Ferry Efendi Firmanti, Tria Anisa GUSTINI, GUSTINI Harmayetty Harmayetty, Harmayetty Hartono, Dodik Hasina, Siti Nur Hery Sasongko Hidayat, A Aziz Alimul Huda, Nuh I Ketut Sudiana Ifansyah, M Noor Ika Nur Pratiwi, Ika Nur Ika Yuni Widyawati Ilya Krisnana, Ilya Joni Haryanto Kristiawati Kristiawati, Kristiawati Kusmiati Kusmiati Kusnanto Kusnanto Laily Hidayati Makhfudli Makhfudli Mardiana Mardiana Maryuni, Dwi Maulana, M Ruli maurida, nurul Mishbahatul, Eka Misutarno, Misutarno Muzhidah, Muzhidah Nadatien, Ima Ninuk Dian Kurniawati, Ninuk Dian NUR ARIFAH Nur Hidayati Nursalam Nursalam Padoli Padoli, Padoli Pradana, Fiqih Ardi Pratiwi, Nadya Wahyu Putra, Made Mahaguna Putra, Made Mahaguna Rahmah, Gabby Novikadarti Ratna Sitorus Retno Indarwati Rr Soenarnatalina M, Rr Soenarnatalina M Rr Soenarnatalina M, Rr Soenarnatalina M Sari, Yani Indah Sasmita, Iwan Widia Setiyowati, Eppy Sri Utami Sriyono Sriyono Sukrisno, Adi Sulistiawati Sulistiawati Sulistyono, R Endro Sulistyono, R Endro Sulistyorini Sulistyorini, Sulistyorini Sunarko Setyawan, Sunarko Sunarno, Arie Swarjana, I Kadek Dwi Thu, Hein Tun, Zay Yar Wahyuni, Erna Dwi Yaner, Nurul Ramadhani Zatihulwani, Eliza Zihni