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THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF PATIENTS WITH PRE-DIALYSIS CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY Agustiyowati, Tri Hapsari Retno; Sitorus, Ratna; Waluyo, Agung; Besral, Besral
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Background: Chronic kidney disease is identified as kidney damage for more than three months with glomerulus filtration rate less than 60ml / min / 1.73 m2.Objective: This study aims to explore the experience of life of patients with pre-dialysis chronic kidney disease used Roy’s adaptation model.Methods: This study was a qualitative study using descriptive phenomenology approach in the General Hospital of Cibabat Cimahi West Java, Indonesia. Data were obtained with depth interviews involved eight participants with pre-dialysis chronic kidney disease consisting of two men and six women, aged ranged from 35 to 65 years. The years living with chronic kidney disease ranged from 1 to 2 years. Data were analyzed using Colaizzi’s methods. Results: We found nine themes, namely: physical stimulus, psychic stimulus, socio-economic stimulus, physical coping mechanisms to control the situation, a coping mechanism to maintain health function, selecting behavioral adaptation physiology, selecting a behavior adaptation of the self-concept, selecting adaptation behaviors role function, and selecting behavioral adaptation interdependence. Conclusion: It can be concluded that the experience of patients with pre-dialysis chronic kidney disease complained physical, psychological, social, economic, and spiritual problems. Therefore, health care professionals need to design an intervention to improve patients’ coping mechanism to maintain kidney function, and adapt to diet for foods and drinks, activity patterns and roles according to their conditions, which also elaborate the function of family support.
EXPOSURE TO MASS MEDIA AS A DOMINANT FACTOR INFLUENCING PUBLIC STIGMA TOWARD MENTAL ILLNESS BASED ON SUNRISE MODEL APPROACH Pratiwi, Ni Made Sintha; Zuhriyah, Lilik; Supriati, Lilik
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Background: The person suffering mental disorders is not only burdened by his condition but also by the stigma. The impact of stigma extremely influences society that it is considered to be the obstacle in mental disorders therapy. Stigma as the society adverse view toward severe mental disorders is related with the cultural aspect. The interaction appeared from each component of nursing model namely sunrise model, which a model developed by Madeleine Leininger is connected with the wide society views about severe mental disorders condition in society.Objective: The aim of this study was to analyze the factors related to public stigma and to find out the dominant factors related to public stigma about severe mental illness through sunrise model approach in Sukonolo Village, Malang Regency.Methods: This study using observational analytical design with cross sectional approach. There were 150 respondents contributed in this study. The respondents were obtained using purposive sampling technique.Results: The results showed a significant relationship between mass media exposure, spiritual well-being, interpersonal contact, attitude, and knowledge with public stigma about mental illness. The result from multiple logistic regression shows the low exposure of mass media has the highest OR value at 26.744.Conclusion: There were significant correlation between mass media exposure, spiritual well-being, interpersonal contact, attitude, and knowledge with public stigma toward mental illness. Mass media exposure as a dominant factor influencing public stigma toward mental illness.
THE CORRELATION OF PARENTING STYLE WITH COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER Genisti, Dwi Fitri; Andini, Ni Komang Sukra; Yanti, Ni Luh Gede Puspita
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Background: Child development is a very important phase, which children learn various skills as future generations in the future. Disorders that can impede child development process of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Children with ADHD have problems with cognitive abilities, of which about 20-60% of them have learning disorders. The efforts to support cognitive development in ADHD children is to approach the child's environment through parenting parents. Objective: This study aimed to determine the correlation of parenting style with cognitive development in the children with ADHD in SLB Negeri 1 Denpasar. Methods: This study used correlational design with cross sectional approach. The sample size of 30 respondents were taken by purposive sampling technique. Data were collected using parenting style questionnaire (PSQ) and the average value of odd semester report of 2016/2017 academic year. Results:  The result of this research was found that most parents with democratic parenting type were 19 people (63.3%), authoritarian parenting type were 7 people (23.3%) and permissive parenting were 4 people (13.3%). The result of contingency coefficient test with p-value = 0.039 (p <0.05) and correlation value of 0.501, which mean there was high correlation between parenting style with cognitive development in children with ADHD. Conclusion: It is suggested for parents with ADHD children to be able to provide good parenting for the child's development, especially for the child's cognitive development.
COMPARISON OF EFFECTIVENESS OF A PROGRESSIVE MOBILIZATION AND MOZART MUSIC THERAPY ON NON-INVASIVE HEMODYNAMIC STATUS CHANGES IN PATIENTS WITH HEAD INJURY IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT Indriani, Novi; Santoso, Bedjo; Arwani, Arwani; Mardiyono, Mardiyono
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Background: The instability of hemodynamic status in patients with head injury with decreased consciousness has an effect on the increase of intracranial pressure. The recovery of hemodynamic status can be done through nursing intervention either by providing a sensory stimulus (music therapy) or motor stimulus (progressive mobilization).Objective: To compare the effectiveness of progressive mobilization of level I with Mozart's music therapy on non-invasive hemodynamic status changes in patients with head injury with decreased awareness.Methods: This was a quasy-experimental study with pretest-posttest design. There were 34 samples selected using consecutive sampling, which 17 samples assigned in a group of progressive mobilization and group of music therapy. Paired t-test and Wilcoxon test were used for paired group, and Independent t-test and Mann-Whitney test for unpaired group.Results: Progressive mobilization of level I had significant effect on changes in systolic blood pressure (p = 0.0001), diastolic blood pressure (p = 0.002) and MAP (p = 0.019), and no significant effect on heart rate (p = 0.155), respiration (p = 0.895) and oxygen saturation (p = 0.248). Mozart's music therapy had a significant effect on changes in systolic blood pressure (p = 0.0001), diastolic blood pressure (p = 0.0001), respiration (p= 0.032) and oxygen saturation (p = 0.008), but no effect on MAP (p = 0.561). There was a significant difference between the two interventions in the systolic blood pressure and heart rate variables (p <0.05), while the diastolic blood pressure, MAP, respiration and oxygen saturation variables did not show a difference (p> 0.05).Conclusion: The Mozart's music therapy is more effective on non-invasive hemodynamic status changes in patients with head injury with decreased consciousness compared with progressive mobilization of level I. 
FATIGUE IN PATIENTS WITH CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA: TREAT OR WAIT-AND-SEE? Maninet, Surachai; Chanbunlawat, Khwanprapat
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THE IMPACT OF COMBINATION OF BREASTFEEDING AND EFFLEURAGE MASSAGE IN REDUCING PAIN RESPONSE IN INFANTS INDUCED BY BLOOD SAMPLING IN C-REACTIVE PROTEIN TEST: AN OBSERVATIONAL CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY Maziyah, Alfi; Fatmasari, Diyah; Wenten Parwati, Desak Made; Pujiastuti, Rr. Sri Endang
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Background: C-reactive protein test is one of clinical assessments to minimize risks of infection in infants. However, its procedure may cause pain. Pain in the infant may result in negative metabolic behavior, physiology and metabolic response. Objective: This study was to describe the infant's pain response by administering a combination of breastfeeding and an effleurage massage on the blood sampling procedure of C-reactive protein examination.         Methods: This was a descriptive observational cross-sectional study. There were 30 infants selected using consecutive sampling technique, which 15 samples assigned in an intervention group (combination of breastfeeding and effleurage massage) and a control group. Premature Infant Pain Profile (PIPP) instrument was used to measure pain. Univariate analysis was performed with the aim to describe data in mean and median.Results: The average of pain response at 1-minute observation in the combination of breastfeeding and effleurage massage group was 7.47 ± 1.356, and the average of pain response in the control group was 10.80 ± 1.897. The average pain at 5-minutes in the intervention group was 3.53 ± 1.922 and control group was 6.00 ± 1.852. Conclusions: Pain responses in the combination of breastfeeding and effleurage massage group were lower than the pain response in the control group.
THE COMPARISON OF THE EFFECT OF HONEY AND CHLORHEXIDINE IN PREVENTING VENTILATOR ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA IN PATIENTS ON MECHANICAL VENTILATON Adini, Syaukia; Santoso, Bedjo; Sarkum, Sarkum; Sudirman, Sudirman
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Background: Ventilator Associated Pneumonia (VAP) is one of the causes of infection in the hospital and the main cause of death due to nosocomial infection. The strategy to prevent VAP is by oral hygiene. Honey may be a good solution for oral hygiene.Objective: This study aims to compare the effect of the use of 20% honey solution and 0.2% chlorhexidine as oral hygiene on VAP prevention in patients on mechanical ventilation.Methods: This was a quasi-experimental study with posttest only control group design in an incentive care unit of a general hospital in Indonesia. Thirty respondents were selected using consecutive sampling, which 15 respondents assigned in a 20% honey group and 0.2% chlorhexidine group. Clinical Pulmonary Infection Score (CPIS) was used to measure Ventilator Associated Pneumonia. Data were analyzed using Independent t-test.Results: The mean of CPIS in the honey group was 3.33 and the chlorhexidine group was 3.53. Independent t-test showed p-value 0.618 (>0.05), which indicated that there was no significant difference of the effect of honey and chlorhexidine on VAP event.Conclusions: The 20% honey solution has the same effect with 0.2% chlorhexidine in preventing VAP events in patients on mechanical ventilation.
EFFECT OF BRAIN EXERCISE AND BENSON RELAXATION THERAPY ON DEPRESSION LEVEL IN THE ELDERLY IN THE ELDERLY SOCIAL SERVICE UNIT Wulansari, Wulansari; Margawati, Ani; Hadi W, Rita
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Background: Depression is one of the most common psychosocial problems in the elderly. The incidence of depression in the elderly is greater in the elderly living in the social service unit than the elderly in the community. Management of depression in the elderly should be more emphasized on interventions that focus on the individual needs of the biopsychosocial and spiritual aspects. Brain gym therapy and Benson relaxation are considered appropriate in decreasing depression.Objective: This study was to determine the effect of brain exercise and Benson relaxation on the level of depression in elderly in the elderly social service unit.Methods: This was a quasy experimental study with pretest posttest control group design. Fifty-six elderly included in this study, which 28 assigned in the experiment and control group. The depression level was assessed using Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS). Wilcoxon and Mann-Whitney test were used for data analyses.Results: The study showed that the mean GDS score in the experiment group before the intervention was 7.21, while the mean value of GDS in the control group was 6.64. The mean value of GDS in the experiment group after the intervention was 5.04 and the mean in control group was 6.18. There was a significant difference of GDS score between experiment and control group with p-value of 0.021 (<0.05).Conclusion: There was a significant effect of brain gymnastics and Benson relaxation therapy in reducing depression in elderly. brain gymnastic therapy and benson relaxation can be one of independent nursing interventions as an effort to improve care for elderly groups.
INFLUENCE OF LOW-SODIUM DIET MANAGEMENT ON THIRST RESPONSE IN END STAGE RENAL DISEASE PATIENTS WITH HEMODIALYSIS Gurning, Lisbet; Purba, Jenny Marlindawani; Siregar, Cholina Trisa
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Background: Patients with hemodialysis often have difficulty in controlling their fluid intake although the obedience to follow fluid and dietary restriction is the key of hemodialysis success management.Objective: The aim of this study was to examine the effect of low-sodium diet management on thirst response in end stage renal disease patients with hemodialysis.Methods:  This was a quasi-experimental study with pre-post test with control group design. Using consecutive sampling 88 respondents were selected, which 44 assigned in each group. Thirst distress scale and visual analog scale questionnaire were used for data collection. Wilcoxon and Mann Whitney test were used for statistic analysis.Results: Of the total of respondents, thirty-seven respondents experienced a decrease in thirst distress scale with p= 0.000 (p <0.05); and 30 respondents experienced a decrease in visual analog scale with p=0.000 after given low sodium diet management. There was difference of thirst distress scale score (p=0.008) and visual analog scale of thirst score (p=0.048) between intervention and control group. The importance of continuous of diet education with counseling and home visit can increase self-management behaviors.Conclusion. Low sodium diet management could reduce the thirst response in end stage renal disease patients with hemodialysis. 
EFFECT OF LO'I KARANA ON PAIN LEVEL IN POSTPARTUM MOTHERS Hendari, Rini; Ahmad, Dahlan H; Haris, A
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Background: Lo'i Karana is one type of traditional therapies that has existed for more than one hundred years in the midst of society of Bima and Dompu to overcome the discomfort due to labor. However, lack of research has been conducted to examine its effect on pain in postpartum mothers.Objective: To examine the effect of Lo’I Karana on muscle pain in postpartum mothers.Methods: This was a quasy experimental study with posttest only control group design. Thirty mothers were selected using purposive sampling, which 10 assigned in 3 groups (standard-dose group, minimal-dose group, and maximal-dose group). Wong-Baker Faces Pain rating scale was used to measure pain on day 1 and day 3. Kruskal-Wallis Test and Mann Whitney test were used for data analysis. Results: There were significant effects of Lo’I karana in minimal, standard and maximal dosage on pain level in the first day (p=0.004) and the third day (p=0.009) in postpartum mothers. The results revealed that the higher doses used for the treatment, the less pain of the mothers will be. Conclusion: Lo’I Karana has a significant effect in reducing pain level in postpartum mothers. It is recommended that this intervention can be applied as a part of nursing intervention in caring postpartum mothers.

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