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THE EFFECT OF ACUPRESSURE AND EFFLEURAGE ON PAIN RELIEF IN THE ACTIVE PHASE OF THE FIRST STAGE OF LABOR IN THE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF KAWUNGANTEN, CILACAP, INDONESIA Khomsah, Yuli Sya’baniah; Suwandono, Agus; Ariyanti, Ida
Belitung Nursing Journal Vol 3, No 5 (2017): September-October 2017
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Background: Pain during pregnancy and childbirth is a physiological process, but it leads to discomfort without pain management. Acupressure and effleurage are considered to be effective in reducing labor pain.Objective: To examine the effect of acupressure and effleurage in reducing pain during in the active phase of the first stage of labor in the community health center of Kawunganten, Cilacap regency.Methods: This was a quasi-experimental study with pretest-posttest control group design. There were 33 respondents recruited using simple random sampling. Numerical rating scale was used to measure labor pain. Data were analyzed using one way anova, Post hoc anova and repeated anova for normal data distribution. Kruskal Wallis was also used for non-normal data distribution.Results: There was a statistically significant mean difference of pain scale before and after given acupressure and effleurage (p-value <0.05). However, acupressure treatment had a greater effect  in reducing pain compared with effleurage.Conclusion: Acupressure and efflurage had a significant effect in reducing pain in mothers in the active phase of the first stage of labor. The results of this study are expected to enrich and contribute to the development of science in the field of health promotion, and  serve as an additional input for midwives in order to carry out the care of mother during labor.
ACEH CULTURE ON MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH RELATED TO INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF INFANT ILLNESS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY IN NORTH SUMATRA INDONESIA Marianthi, Dewi; Soenarto, Sri Supar Yati; Haryanti, Fitri; Prabandari, Yayi Suryo
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Background: Maternal and infant mortality rates in Aceh province are still quite high compared to other provinces in Indonesia. In addition to disease factors, the factor that contributes to the rates is socio-cultural factor.Objective: This study aims to know and understand the view of postpartum mothers, health personnel, cadres, and the chairperson of the Aceh traditional assembly about the culture related to postpartum and newborn and integrated infant management program (MTBM) in Aceh.Methods: This was a qualitative study. Data collection was conducted from October 2016 to January 2017 on seven health cadres by focus group discussion and in-depth interviews on five postpartum mothers, one health worker, and the Aceh traditional assembly chairperson. The open-code software program was used for data analysis.Results: Three themes were emerged from data: 1) The 'Madeung' Culture in postpartum mothers in Aceh has a relationship with maternal health problems, 2) 'Peucicap' and 'troen tanoh' cultures in newborns in Aceh are at risk of causing complex problems in newborns, and 3) Community-based integrated management of young infants can be implemented while maintaining Acehnese culture.Conclusion: To improve access to maternal and neonatal health services with socio-cultural issues, the community-based integrated management of young infants is considered appropriate in Aceh culture.
EFFECT OF CONSUMING GREEN BEAN (PHASEOLUS RADIATUS) JUICE ON MATERNAL BLOOD PROFILE DURING PREGNANCY Anastasia S, Stefani; Soehartono, Soehartono; Ngadiyono, Ngadiyono; Muchlis, Muchlis; Dyah, Dyah
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Background: Most of anemia in pregnancy is caused by iron deficiency. Thus, giving iron tablets is an effort to deal with anemia. A green bean  (Phaseolus Radiatus) juice is considered helping the absorption of iron effectively.Objective: To analyze the effect of green bean (Phaseolus Radiatus) juice on changes in blood profile levels in pregnant women with anemia who received Fe tablet supplementation.Methods: This was a quasy-experimental study with pretest posttest with control group design conducted from November 2016 to January 2017 in the working area of the Community Health Center of Kedungmundu Semarang.Consecutive sampling was used in this study to select 40 samples based on the hypothesis formula of two independents. There were 20 samples assigned in each group. Data were analyzed using paired t-test and Independent t-test.Results: The results of this study showed that there were significant increases in hemoglobin, hematocrit, and erythrocytes (p = 0.000) after given green bean (Phaseolus Radiatus) juice.Conclusion: There was a significant effect of green bean (Phaseolus Radiatus) juice in increasing the levels of hemoglobin, hematocrit, and erythrocytes. It is expected that this green bean juice can be used as an alternative treatment to deal with anemia in pregnant women.
FACTORS RELATED TO NURSE’S COMPASSION SATISFACTION, BURNOUT, AND SECONDARY TRAUMATIC STRESS IN PEDIATRIC CARE UNIT RSUP DR. SARDJITO YOGYAKARTA Andriani, Dwi Aprilina; Rustiyaningsih, Anik; Haryanti, Fitri
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Background: Pediatric nurses are susceptive with stress related to their work. It happens because they take care children who experience the disease and emotional and psychological pressure, so it can make the risk of negative symptoms related with compassion satisfaction, burnout, secondary traumatic stress. Compassion satisfaction, burnout, secondary traumatic stress has an impact not only for them, but also for the quality of treatment.Objective: Identify related factors to nurse’s compassion satisfaction, burnout, secondary traumatic stress in pediatric care unit.Method: This study was a descriptive analytic study with cross sectional design. The sample of this study was 107 pediatric nurses of RSUP Dr. Sardjito Yogyakarta. The sampling techniques used proportional random sampling. The data were collected from February-March 2017 using the professional quality of life questionnaire fifth version. The data analyzes used were chi-square, mann-whitney, and ordinal regression.Outcome: 44.9% nurses have moderate compassion satisfaction, 52,3% nurses have moderate burnout, 43% have moderate secondary traumatic stress. The work unit has p <0.05 and β value is 0,945 so it means work unit has significant correlated to the secondary traumatic stress. Age, work position, sex, marital status, interpersonal relationships with colleagues and supervisor, pay satisfaction, and average working hours have p > 0,05 on compassion satisfaction, burnout, secondary traumatic stress, so that factors don’t have correlated to compassion satisfaction, burnout, secondary traumatic stress Conclusion: The work unit is a related factor to the nurse’s secondary traumatic stress in the pediatric care unit and there are no factors related to compassion satisfaction and burnout.
EFFECT OF AUDIO THERAPY USING AL-QUR'AN MURROTAL ON BEHAVIOR DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM Astuti, Anjar; Suryono, Suryono; Widyawati, Melyana Nurul; Suwondo, Ari; Mardiyono, Mardiyono
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Background: Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder. Audio therapy is considered as one of the complementary therapies to improve the behavior of children with autism.Objective: This study was to analysis the effectiveness of the Al-Qur'an murrotal audio therapy on behavioral development in children with autism.Methods: This study was a true-experimental research using pretest and posttest approach with control group. This research was conducted on November 2016 in the Autism Foundation of Semarang City. There were 30 samples were selected using simple random sampling, with 15 samples assigned in the experiment and control group. Mann Whitney and Wilcoxon tests were used for data analysis in this study.Results: Results showed that there was a significant difference in the mean of behavioral development after given intervention between the experiment group and control group with p-value 0.034 (<0.05). The mean of behavioral development in the experiment group (4.53) was higher than the mean in the control group (3.47).Conclusion: The Al-Qur'an murrotal audio therapy is effective to develop behavior of children with autism. Therefore, it is expected that this audio therapy can be applied an alternative therapy for children with autism.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMBINATION OF OXYTOCIN AND ENDORPHIN MASSAGE ON UTERINE INVOLUTION IN PRIMIPAROUS MOTHERS Sari, Nurmala; Soejoenoes, Ariawan; Wahyuni, Sri; Setiani, Onny; Anwar, Choiroel
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Background: One of the puerperal complication is uterine subinvolution that can cause bleeding to maternal death. Oxytocin massage can stimulate oxytocin hormone that plays a role in the process of uterine involution. Endorphine massage can increase the release of oxytocin and endorphine hormone that give a sense of calm and comfort. It also increases production of oxytocin hormone that can improve the process of uterine involution. Objective: To prove the effectiveness of a combination of oxytocin massage and endorphine massage to uterine involution in primiparaous mothers during postpartum period.Methods: This was a quasy-experimental study with pretest-posttest with control group design. Total samples were 44 normal postpartum mothers selected using purposive sampling technique, which were randomly assigned in four groups, namely: 1) oxytocin massage group, 2) endorphin massage group, 3) combined oxytocin-endorphin massage group, and 4) control group. The data were analyzed using univariate, bivariate and One Way Anova to test the effectiveness of the intervention.Results: There were statistically significant differences of fundal height before and after intervention among the four groups (p=<0.05). Conclusion: The combination of oxytocin massage and endorphine massage proved most effective in accelerating uterine involution in normal postpartum mothers.
DEVELOPING TEACHING LEARNING FOR INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF CHILDHOOD ILLNESS (IMCI): A QUALITATIVE STUDY IN ACEH INDONESIA Hayati, Wirda; Soenarto, Sri Supar Yati; Haryanti, Fitri; Prabandari, Yayi Suryo
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Background: Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) is an integrated guideline in dealing with infants and sick children at the community health center. However, many students cannot apply this guideline because they are not being exposed.Objective: This study aims to explore the perspectives of nurse educators and clinical instructors regarding the effectiveness of teaching learning process of IMCI in diploma nursing students.Methods: This was a qualitative study with interpretive approach. There were 9 informants selected using purposive sampling, which consisted of nurse educators and clinical instructors. Data collection was conducted in December 2016 - February 2017 using focus group discussions and in-depth interviews. Data were analyzed using Colaizzi process.Result: There were four themes emerged from data, namely 1) Competency of IMCI for Diploma Nursing Students, 2) Deepening of IMCI Material, 3) Learning methods of IMCI in the class and clinic should be active and structured, 4) Student confidence in the application of IMCI in clinical setting.Conclusion: The learning process of IMCI will have an impact on the improvement of knowledge, skills and attitude in the application of IMCI in the clinical setting.
HOW DO KNOWLEDGE AND SELF-EFFICACY OF INTERNSHIP NURSING STUDENTS IN PERFORMING CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION? Desiani, Selly; Nuraeni, Aan; Priambodo, Ayu Prawesti
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Background: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is the emergency first aid in cardiac arrest. CPR delivery is influenced by knowledge and self-efficacy. Internship students can be the first responder of cardiac arrest in hospital and expected on having knowledge and high self-efficacy of CPR early. But there is no data on self-efficacy of internship students in performing CPR.Objective: The purpose of this research was to identify knowledge and self-efficacy of internship students in performing CPR.Methods: The method in this research was descriptive quantitative with cross-sectional approach on 76 internship students selected by simple random sampling. Knowledge questionnaire and Resuscitation Self-Efficacy Scale instrument were used in this research, with validity score 0.56-0.84 (α=0.91). Data were analysed by distribution frequency.Results: The results showed that 49 respondents (64.5%) had moderate knowledge and 73 respondents (96.1%) had high self-efficacy. The lowest domain in knowledge was conceptual knowledge, while in self-efficacy were reporting, debriefing and recording.Conclusions: Therefore, it becomes important to increase information on the conceptual knowledge and enhances training on the self-efficacy domain: reporting; debriefing and recording.
EFFECT OF CONSUMING TEMULAWAK (CURCUMA XANTHORRHIZA ROXB.) EXTRACT ON BREAST MILK PRODUCTION IN POSTPARTUM MOTHERS Desbriyani, Chyntia; Hadisaputro, Soeharyo; Suherni, Titi; Suwondo, Ari; Supriyana, Supriyana
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Background: The dominant factor inhibiting breastfeeding is the lack of milk production. The extract of temulawak (curcuma xanthorrhiza Roxb) is considered having an effect to increase breast milk production.Objective: To examine the effect of temulawak (curcuma xanthorrhiza Roxb) extract to increase milk production in postpartum mothers in the working area of Ambarawa Community Health Center.Methods: This was a quasy-experimental study with non-equivalent control group design conducted on October-December 2016. There were 38 respondents included using consecutive sampling, with 19 assigned in the intervention and control group. Paired t-test and independent test were used for data analysis.Results: Findings showed that there were significant increases of prolactin hormone (p = 0.000), breast milk volume (p = 0.001), baby’s urinary frequency (p = 0.001), baby’s defecation frequency (p = 0.000), and baby’s sleep duration (p = 0.000) after given temulawak (curcuma xanthorrhiza Roxb) extract.Conclusion: Temulawak (curcuma xanthorrhiza Roxb) extract has a significant effect in increasing breast milk production and prolactin levels in postpartum mothers. Thus, it is recommended that temulawak (curcuma xanthorrhiza Roxb) extract can be an option for postpartum mother to increase milk production.
THE IMPACT OF CONSUMING AMARANTHUS SPINOSUS L EXTRACT ON PROLACTIN LEVEL AND BREAST MILK PRODUCTION IN POSTPARTUM MOTHERS Kuswaningrum, Okta; Suwandono, Agus; Ariyanti, Ida; Hadisaputro, Soeharyo; Suhartono, Suhartono
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Background: Breast milk is the best natural nutrient for the baby. However, some mothers have problems with breastfeeding due to lack of breast milk production. Spinach leaf (Amaranthus Spinosus L) is considered as one of the plants that have the effect of non-synthesis lactagogues to increase milk production.Objective: To analysis the effect of spinach leaf (Amaranthus Spinosus L) extract on prolactin and breast milk production in postpartum mothers.Methods: This was a quasy-experimental study with pretest posttest with control group design conducted in the Community Health Center of Wonogiri II from December 2016 to January 2017. There were 30 participants were selected using purposive sampling, with 15 participants assigned in the experiment and control group. Data were analyzed using independent and paired t-test.Results: The results showed significant differences in prolactin levels (p = 0.000), breast milk production (p = 0.000), and infant weight (p = 0.000) (<0.05) after given spinach leaf (Amaranthus Spinosus L) extract.Conclusion: Spinach leaf (Amaranthus Spinosus L) extract had a significant effect in increasing the prolactin levels and breast milk production in postpartum mothers.

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