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EFFECT OF PSYCHOEDUCATION ON ANXIETY IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY HEART DISEASE Sulistiyo, Yuli; Santoso, Bedjo; Shobirun, Shobirun; Hadisaputro, Soeharyo; Latifah, Leni; Endang Pujiastuti, Rr Sri
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Background: Cardiovascular heart disease still remains high in Indonesia. Various interventions have been implemented as an effort to deal with cardiovascular disease. However, little is known about intervention to reduce anxiety in patients with cardiovascular disease although anxiety is related to angina attack in this patient. Psychoeducation is considered effective in decreasing anxiety.Objective: To examine the effect of psychoeducation in decreasing anxiety in patients with coronary heart disease (CHD) at the General Hospital of Semarang.Methods: This was a quasy experimental design with pretest posttest control group design. The study was conducted in the inpatient wards of the General Hospital of Semarang on January 17 until March 8, 2017. Fifty-six respondents were recruited using consecutive sampling, with 28 assigned in the experiment and control group. Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale (HARS) was used to measure anxiety levels. Paired t-test and Independent t-test were used for data analysis.Results: Paired test showed that there was a statistically significant effect of psychoeducation on anxiety level in the experiment group with p-value 0.001 (<0.05), and significant effect of given a brochure of CHD on the anxiety level in the control group with p-value 0.001 (<0.05). Independent t-test showed a statistically significant difference of anxiety level after intervention in the experiment and control group with p-value 0.001 (<0.05). The mean anxiety level in the experiment group (22.46) was lower than the mean anxiety level in the control group (41.54).Conclusion: Psychoeducation is effective in reducing anxiety levels in patients with CHD. It is suggested that psychoeducation can be used as one of nursing intervention in an effort to reduce anxiety in patients with CHD. 
BINAHONG LEAVES (ANREDERA CORDIFOLIA TENORE STEEN) EXTRACT AS AN ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT FOR PERINEAL WOUND HEALING OF POSTPARTUM MOTHERS Aditia, Dita Selvia; Hidayat, Syarief Thaufik; Khafidhoh, Nur; Suhartono, Suhartono; Suwondo, Ari
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Background: Perineal wounds are at risk for infection, without a good treatment, perineal wound can harbor sepsis and become a chronic, long-term problem. Binahong leaves is considered as an alternative to accelerate perineal wound healing process.Objective: To determine the effect of binahong leaf extract (anredera cordifolia (tenore) steen) on perineal wound healing process in postpartum mothers.Methods: This study employed a quasy experimental study with control group posttest-only design. The study was conducted in the working area of Telogosari Wetan Health Center and Health Center of Kulon Kota Semarang in January-February 2017. There were 36 respondents selected using purposive sampling assigned in the intervention group (Binahong leaves extract) and the control group (Povidon Iodine 10%). REEDA scale was used for assessing perineal healing. Data were analyzed using Mann Whitney, Chi Square and Kruskall Wallis test.Results: Findings showed that the average day of perineal wound healing process in the binahong leaves group was 6.11 days and in the povidon iodine group was 7.66 days. There was a statistically significant difference in the duration of wound healing between the experiment and control group with p-value 0,001 (p value <0.05).Conclusion: Binahong leaves extract is effective in healing perineal wound in postpartum mothers. Therefore, binahong leaves are recommended to use as an alternative treatment for the mothers.
EFFECT OF YOGA ON DURATION OF THE SECOND STAGE OF LABOR AND PERINEAL RUPTURE IN PRIMIGRAVIDA MOTHERS Setyowati, Ana; Suhartono, Suhartono; Ngadiyono, Ngadiyono; Endang Pujiastuti, Rr Sri; Dyah, Dyah
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Objective: To determine the effect of yoga on the duration of the second stage of labor and perineal rupture in primigravida mothers.Methods: This was a Quasy experimental study with posttest group only design. The study was conducted in the Public Health Center of Pekalongan, Central Java, Indonesia from December 2016 until January 2017. There were 50 mothers selected using purposive sampling, which 25 assigned in the experiment and control group. Independent t-test and Chi Square test were used for data analysis.Results: There was a statistically significant difference in the duration of second stage of labor (p=0.000) and perineal rupture (p=0.001) between experiment and control group. Conclusion: There was a significant effect of yoga on the duration of the second stage of labor and perineal rupture in primigravida mothers. Therefore, yoga is recommended for midwife to be included in the antenatal care.
EFFECT OF MULTI MICRONUTRIENT SUPPLEMENTATION ON HEMOGLOBIN LEVELS IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH ANEMIA Sari, Rati Purnama; Pramono, Noor; Wahyuni, Sri; Udji Sofro, Muchlis Achsan; Widyawati, Melyana Nurul
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Background: The coverage of 90 Fe tablets in Semarang in 2015 was 26.619 of 29.490 pregnant women (97%) but the incidence of anemia in pregnant women was still quite high. One important factor which influences the levels of hemoglobin is multi micronutrient.Objective: This study aims to analyze the changes in hemoglobin levels with multi micronutrient supplementation in pregnant women with anemia.Methods: A Quasy experimental study with randomized control group pre-post test design. The study samples were 40 pregnant women with gestational age of 20 ± 1 weeks divided into two groups, the intervention group (multi micronutrient supplementation) and the control group (Fe supplementation) for 6 weeks. The study was conducted from November 2016 to January 2017. The levels of hemoglobin were measured using cyanmethohemoglobin. Paired t test and independent t test were used for data analyses.Results: The mean increase in hemoglobin levels after multi micronutrient supplementation was 1.545 (1.292) g/dl, whereas the mean increase in hemoglobin levels after Fe supplementation was 0.757 (0.742) g/dl. The difference in hemoglobin levels before and after multi micronutrient supplementation was significantly different (p=0.049). Cohen’s d effect size test showed value of 0.748.Conclusion: Multi micronutrient supplementation could improve hemoglobin levels. Increase in the levels of hemoglobin with multi micronutrient supplementation was higher than Fe supplementation. 
EFFECTIVENESS OF PROGRESSIVE MOBILIZATION LEVEL I AND II ON HEMODYNAMIC STATUS AND DECUBITUS ULCER RISK IN CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS Rahayu Ningtyas, Ni Wayan; Pujiastuti, RR Sri Endang; Indriyawati, Nina
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Background: Patient immobility remains to be one of the primary causes of pressure ulcers. Therefore, mobilization is necessity for patients being treated in the intensive care unit. However, the occurrence of pressure ulcers is not only dependent on the mobilization, but also depents on the bed itself and the type of mattress. This study used the same mattress and bed and compared the effectiveness of progressive mobilization with regular mobilization. Objective: This study aims to examine the effectiveness of progressive mobilization level I and II on hemodynamic status and decubitus ulcer risk in critically ill patients.Methods: This was a quasy experimental study using repeated measure design. There were 40 respondents selected using purposive sampling, which 20 respondents assigned in each group. A Braden scale was used to measure the risk of decubitus ulcer. Paired t-test and repeated measures anova were performed for data analysis.Results: Paired t-test showed that there was a significant difference of systolic pressure, diastolic pressure, MAP, heart rate, and Braden score after given intervention with p-value <0.05. However, repeated anova test showed that diastolic pressure had p-value >0.05, thus could not be continued to post-hoc test. The progressive mobilization of level I and II in critical patients can stabilize systolic pressure (52.46%), stabilize MAP (58.43%), stabilize heart rate (68.99%), and reduce the risk of decubitus (55.03%) for 7 days of recurrent intervention.Conclusion: The progressive mobilization of level I and II can reduce the risk of decubitus and stabilize the patient's hemodynamic status in critical patients.
EFFECTIVENESS OF MUSIC THERAPY ON ANXIETY AND Β-ENDORPHIN LEVELS IN PRIMIGRAVIDA DURING THE THIRD STAGE OF PREGNANCY Dayyana, Surya; Suryono, Suryono; Widyawati, Melyana Nurul; Hidayat, Syarief Thaufik
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Objective: To examine the effectiveness of music therapy on anxiety levels and β-endorphin levels in primigravida during the third stage of pregnancy.Methods: This was a quasy experimental study with pretest-posttest control group design. The research was conducted in December 2016 - Januari 2017. There were 39 respondents selected using purposive sampling technique, which 13 assigned in the experiment group 1 (music therapy with a sound pressure of 40 dB), experiment group 2 (music therapy with a sound pressure of 62 dB) and control group (health counseling). Anxiety levels were measured using the HARS (Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale), and β-endorphin hormone levels were measured using ELISA (Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay) method. Data analysis used paired t-test, One-Way Anova test with post-hoc bonferroni, and Kruskall Wallis test with post-hoc Mann Whitney.Results: Findings revealed that there was a decrease of the mean of anxiety levels in the experiment group 1 from 31.92 (pretest) to 24.69 (posttest), and the experiment group 2 from 34.54 (pretest) to 25 (posttest) with p-value <0.05; and there was an increase of the mean of β-Endorphin levels in the experiment group 1 from 53.63 (pretest) to 63.24 (posttest), and the experiment group 2 from 48.55 (pretest) to 64.9 (posttest) with p-value <0.05; however there was no effect of counseling in the control group on anxiety levels (p=0.413) and β-Endorphin levels (p= 0.394)Conclusion: Music therapy is effective in reducing anxiety levels and increasing β-endorphin levels. Thus, music therapy can be used as an alternative treatment for pregnant mothers at home who experienced anxiety. 
COMBINATION OF COLD PACK, WATER SPRAY, AND FAN COOLING ON BODY TEMPERATURE REDUCTION AND LEVEL OF SUCCESS TO REACH NORMAL TEMPERATURE IN CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS WITH HYPERTHERMIA Dzulfaijah, Nur Eka; Mardiyono, Mardiyono; Sarkum, Sarkum; Saha, Djenta
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Objective:  To examine the effect of the combination of cold pack, water spray, and fan cooling on body temperature reduction and level of success to reach normal temperature in critically ill patients with hyperthermia.Methods: This was a randomized control trial (RCT) with pretest postest control group design and repeated measurement, conducted on December 2016 – January 2017. There were 32 respondents selected using total sampling, with 16 respondents randomly assigned in the experiment and control group. A digital thermometer was used to measure hyperthermia. Paired t-test, Repeated Anova with post hoc, and Mann Whitney were used for data analysis.Results: Findings showed that the mean of body temperature in the experiment group in pretest was 38.762oC and decreased to 37.3oC after given intervention for 60 minutes. The mean difference of body temperature was 1.4625, with p-value 0.000 (<0.05). In control group, the mean of body temperature in pretest was 38.669oC and decreased to 38.188oC given intervention for 60 minutes. The mean difference of body temperature was 0.4812, with p-value 0.000 (<0.05). Conclusion: There was a significant effect of the combination of cold pack, water spray, and fan cooling on body temperature reduction and level of success to reach normal temperature in critically ill patients with hyperthermia. This combination is more effective than water compress alone. 
EFFECT OF COMBINATION OF BREAST CARE AND OXYTOCIN MASSAGE ON BREAST MILK SECRETION IN POSTPARTUM MOTHERS Hesti, Kadek Yuli; Pramono, Noor; Wahyuni, Sri; Widyawati, Melyana Nurul; Santoso, Bedjo
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Background: Optimal nutrition from an early age can be achieved through exclusive breastfeeding (ASI). Lack of milk production is one reason why mothers decide to give formula milk to their babies. Preliminary study at Public Health Center of Batealit Jepara indicated that 60% of mothers unable to breastfeed optimally, thus, breast care and oxytocin massage are proposed to increase milk secretion in postpartum mothers.Objective: To examine the effect of combination of breast care and oxytocin massage on breast milk secretion in postpartum mothers.Methods: This was a quasy experimental study with non-randomized control trial with pretest-posttest control group, conducted in the working area of the Community Health Center of Batealit of Jepara from December 5, 2016 to January 15, 2017. There were 44 postpartum mothers recruited in this study using purposive sampling, which 22 assigned in the experiment and control group. Data were analyzed using dependent t-test and Mann Whitney test.Results: There was a significant increase of breast milk secretion in the experiment and control group with p-value 0.000 (<0.05). In the experiment group, there was an increase of breast milk seceretion from 17.09 to 220.91 cc, and in the control group there was also an increase from 17.09 to 72.00 cc. The mean difference of breast milk secretion between pretest and posttest in the experiment group was 203.82 and in the control group was 54.90 with p-value 0.000 (<0.05)Conclusion: There was a significant increase of breast milk secretion in postpartum mothers after given the combination of oxytocin massage and breast care in the experiment group compared with the education and counseling about breast care in the control group. Thus, this result can be used as an evidence to perform oxytocin massage and breast care to increase the secretion of breast milk in postpartum mothers. 
THE ASSOCIATION OF ISLAMIC BASED CARING MODEL AND COMMITMENT TO ORGANIZATION IN STAFF NURSES Timorita, Yuda Ayu; Hartiti, Tri; Warsito, Bambang Edi; Ismail, Suhartini
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Background: Strong organizational commitment is needed by hospitals to attract and retain nursing staffs in order to consistently deliver good quality of nursing services. The decrease in organizational commitment among nurses can cause many losses to the organization, including increased organizational spending, breakdown in patient care, and cause performance trends that appear not for the benefit of the organization or unit, but more for personal self-interest.Objective: To analyze the relationship of the application of Islamic Based Caring (IBC) model with organizational commitment among nurses.Methods: This was a correlation analytic research with cross sectional design. There were 108 nurses selected using a propotionate stratified random sampling. Islamic Based Caring was measured using a questionnaire developed based on the theory of Suhartini Ismail (2016), and organizational commitment was measured using a questionnaire developed based on the concept of O’Reilly & Chatmann (1986) and Mowday, Porter dan Steers (1982) in Asmaningrum (2009). Logistic regression and forward stepwise (conditional) method were used for data analysis.Results: There was a statistically significant correlation of a healing presence (p=0.000), caring relationship (p=0.010), caring environment (p=0.045) and belief in God (p=0.000). Belief in God (Allah SWT) has the highest correlation (OR=6.660) with organizational commitment among nurses.Conclusion: There is a positive and significant relationship between the implementation of Islamic Based Caring with the organization's commitment among nurses.
ITEM ANALYSIS AND INTERNAL CONSISTENCY OF CHILDREN’S SLEEP HABIT QUESTIONNAIRE (CSHQ) IN INDONESIAN VERSION Hartini, Sri; -, Sunartini; Herini, Elsisabeth Siti; Takada, Satoshi
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Background: The Children’s Sleep Habit Questionnaire (CSHQ) has been utilized for assessing sleep behavior problems in children aged 4-10 years in many countries. However, a proper tool to detect of sleep behavior problems in Indonesian children has not been proven. Aims: The aim of our study was to test the item analysis and internal consistency of the Children’s Sleep Habit Questionnaire (CSHQ) in Indonesian version.Methods: We used a cross-sectional design and 305 mothers of pre- and primary school children in Yogyakarta Indonesia participated in this study. The Indonesian version of the Children’s Sleep Habit Questionnaire was used for assessing the sleep behavior problems in children. Internal consistency was evaluated by using the Cronbach α method. The internal consistency was tested with Cronbach alpha coefficients. Pearson’s Product Moment was completed to estimate the correlation between all items of CSHQ with Subscales and total scores of CSHQ.Results: Internal consistency of all items of the Children’s Sleep Habit Questionnaire was 0.80. Internal consistency of subscales ranged from 0.42 (parasomnias) to 0.66 (night wakening). 31 of 33 items had significant positive correlation with total score of Children’s Sleep Habit Questionnaire. Inter-subscales with the highest correlation were sleep onset delay with parasomnias, parasomnias with sleeps disordered breathing, and sleep disorder breathing with night waking.Conclusions: The Indonesian version of the Children’s Sleep Habit Questionnaire is suitable for screening sleep behavior problems in Indonesian children aged 4-10 years. 

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