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Health Notions
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"Health Notions" is a media for the publication of articles on research and review of the literature. We accept articles in the areas of health science and practice such as public health, medicine, pharmaceutical, environmental health, nursing, midwifery, nutrition, health technology, clinical laboratories, health education, and health popular.
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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RISK FACTORS OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE ON THE AMOUNT OF LESIONED CORONARY ARTERY Nababan, Monitrya
Health Notions Vol 3, No 12 (2019): December
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Objective: To determine the relationship of coronary heart disease traditional risk factors to the number of lesioned coronary arteries and calculate the relative risk. Methods: This study used an analytical research design with a retrospective cohort study design using patient catheterization report data. Data analysis was performed using the chi square test and relative risk in 449 individuals. Results: Based on the analysis results obtained p value 0.05 indicating no relationship between risk factors for coronary heart disease with the number of coronary arteries the lesions based on sex, history of hypertension and history of smoking. Conclusion: There is a relationship between age, history of diabetes mellitus, history of dyslipidemia and the number of coronary arteries that are lesions in patients with coronary heart disease and there is no relationship between sex, history of hypertension and smoking history with the number of coronary arteries that are lesions in patients with coronary heart disease.
ASSISTANCE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHERS IN MONITORING CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Suparji, Suparji; Ngestiningrum, Ayesha Hendriana
Health Notions Vol 3, No 8 (2019): August
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DEVELOPMENT OF ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS FOR DISASTER RESILIENT CAMPUS CAPACITY Sumasto, Hery; Sulikah, Sulikah; Wisnu, Nurwening Tyas
Health Notions Vol 3, No 6 (2019): June
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Indonesia is a country that has many natural disasters, because the archipelago, many volcanoes and the sea. The number of deaths that occur can be caused by a lack of knowledge, community skills when facing disasters. When a disaster strikes, people become very panicked and chaos can trigger many victims. Therefore it is necessary to have the right strategy in the form of disaster mitigation. This study aims to develop instruments to assess campus capacity in the face of disasters. The instrument in this study was the development of a SMAB (Madrasah Schools Safe from Disasters) instrument developed by National Disaster Management Agency. The steps in developing this instrument were: 1) initial study; 2) determine sub indicators; 3) compiling the instrument item grid; 4) compile instrument items; 5) testing instruments, 6) carrying out analysis; 7) revision of the instrument; 8) formulate the final instrument from the results of the study. There were 4 strong campus capacities, namely building structure; knowledge, attitude, and action; campus policy; and preparedness. After testing the validity, there were 28 invalid items from 48 items. All reliability test items that were valid items were reliable. This means that it can be used to measure strong campus capacity Keywords: capacity instruments; disaster mitigation; disaster resilient campus
FOSTERING A CLIMATE FOR SHARING SCIENTIFIC EXPERIENCES THROUGH THE PUBLICATION OF LETTER TO EDITORS Nugroho, Heru Santoso Wahito
Health Notions Vol 3, No 9 (2019): September
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COW MANURE BIOGAS STOVE DESIGN WITH BURNER AND BLOWER PERFORMANCE FOR HOUSING NEEDS SCALE Jayadi, Hurip; Sujangi, Sujangi; Suyanto, Beny
Health Notions Vol 3, No 5 (2019): May
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Biogas is a renewable energy that is environmentally friendly, easy to obtain and can be updated. The technology is simple and the energy produced can be used technically, socially, and economically especially to solve energy problem in rural area. The purpose of this research was to produce a biogas stove performance with appropriate technology that can be utilized by the community. This experimental research method was designing biogas stoves with performance using 2 variations of blower (3 watt and 6 watt) and two burners that is 2 mm and 4 mm. To know the performance of biogas stove, a test is done, that is : Water boilling test. The dimension was the biogas stove, the body of the stove was made of zinc (9x38x70 cm) with two furnaces, Ø 0.5 mm iron tube distribution, 2 and 4 mm burners, 3 and 6 watt blowers, gas lighters. The results of water boilling test was stove power with fire hole Ø 2 mm blower 3 watt (0.446630 KW) and efficiency (60,54982%); fire hole Ø 2 mm blower 6 watt (0.705517 KW) and efficiency (55.86828%); fire hole Ø 4 mm blower3 watts (0.913373 KW) and efficiency (54.45203%); fire hole Ø 4 mm blower 6 watts (1.231190 KW) and efficiency (51.06681%). The performance of the biogas stove showed that the smaller the hole is Ø (2 mm), the smaller the power will be, and more efficient. The greater use of the blower (6 watts) was, the greater power will be but more inefficient. These stoves can be utilized by the community especially those with biogas. For more minimal performance, cheap, durable and easy to use needs further research. Keywords: biogas stove; digester; blower and burner
ENERGY INTAKE, MACRO NUTRITION AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PREECLAMPSIA PATIENTS IN THE RSIA SITI FATIMAH, MAKASSAR Haeru, Andi Syam; Wibowo, Wibowo
Health Notions Vol 3, No 2 (2019): February
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Preeclampsia until now is still a health problem that can not be solved completely. Statistical data in developed countries show that 10-30% of all maternal deaths are caused by preeclampsia. Preeclampsia is one of the three major causes of maternal death in addition to bleeding and infection. Nutritional intake is an indicator to see the nutritional adequacy and upper arm circumference of pregnant women is one tool to assess the nutritional status, so it can be known complications during pregnancy. This study aims to determine how the relationship of energy intake and macro nutrition and nutritional status with the incidence of preeclampsia in the RSIA Siti Fatimah Makassar. The type of this research was a cross-sectional study. Data collection was done by interview using a questionnaire with sample size of 34 people. The result of the research using statistical analysis of Chi-square test showed that energy intake, protein intake, fat intake, and carbohydrate intake as well as nutritional status were obtained by p-values of 0.584, 0.611, 0.416, 0.649 and 0.547 means that there was no relationship between energy intake and macro nutrition and nutritional status in patients preeclampsia in the RSIA Siti Fatimah Makassar. It is expected that the respondent health officer can increase the frequency of counseling both personally and group-related factors that can influence the occurrence of preeclampsia. Keywords: Intake of energy, Macronutrient, Nutritional status, Preeclampsia
CORRELATION BETWEEN PROTEIN, CALCIUM AND ZINC INTAKE WITH STUNTING IN CHILDREN AGE 3-5 YEARS OLD IN GUBENG, MOJO, SURABAYA Ramadhani, Ayuning Tetirah; Fatmaningrum, Widati; Irawan, Roedi
Health Notions Vol 3, No 12 (2019): December
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Stunting is a condition that occurs as the result of the disruption in the growth of height due to poor nutrition intake and nutrition status, repeated incidence of infection and inadequate psychosocial stimulation. In year 2017, the prevalence status for stunting incindence in Indonesia is categorized as high, reaching at 29,6%. This study is conducted to determine the correlation between nutritional intake of protein, calcium and zinc with the incidence of stunting. This study is an observational analytic research with a case control method, conducted to determine the correlation between exposure of risk factors and disease by comparing stunting groups with non-stunting groups. This study obtained a relation between depleted calcium intake and stunting incidence using the Fisher?s Exact test with a p value of 0,001 and odd ratio 0,056. A significant correlation of insufficient calcium intake with the incidence of stunting is found, yet there are no correlation between insufficient protein and zinc intake with the incidence of stunting.
DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT EFFORTS IN THE FIELD OF MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH BY THE MIDWIFERY SCHOOL OF MAGETAN Sunarto, Sunarto; Sulikah, Sulikah
Health Notions Vol 3, No 8 (2019): August
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF MALARIA IN MALUKU, INDONESIA Sillehu, Sahrir
Health Notions Vol 3, No 9 (2019): September
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CHARACTERISTICS OF POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME POLYCYSTIC (PCOS) AT SOETOMO GENERAL HOSPITAL, SURABAYA Putra, Dhifa Dwi; Sari, Dewi Ratna; Annas, Jimmy Yanuar; Santoso, Budi
Health Notions Vol 3, No 11 (2019): November
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PCOS is an endocrine disease that occurs in women of reproductive age which is characterized by several clinical manifestations such as hyperandrogen, ovarian dysfunction, and polycystic ovarian features on ultrasound examination. PCOS is an endocrine disease that is closely related to metabolic diseases such as dyslipidemia, diabetes mellitus, and hypertension. Risk factors for this disease are age, environment, genetics, body mass index (BMI), and androgen exposure. The purpose of this study is to determine the profile of PCOS in Soetomo General Hospital, Surabaya. This study used a descriptive retrospective method, using medical record data at the obstetrical clinic at Soetomo General Hospital and fertility clinic at Graha Amerta. Most patients were found in the age range of 25-44 years. Based on the diagnosis of Rotterdam criteria, the phenotype D (Oligo / Amenorrhea and SOPK on USG) was the highest phenotype. People with PCOS who did not have metabolic diseases more than those who have. The highest number of sufferers was found in the category of overweight and obese BMI, which was 35.3% each. Most PCOS sufferers were reproductive age and most have phenotype D. Most sufferers have overweight and obese BMI and do not have metabolic diseases. Keywords: PCOS; infertile; retrospective

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