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Media Ilmu Kesehatan (MIK) is a scientific journal that aims to publish and disseminate various scientific papers to add insight and science in the field of health. That are includes the following, but is not limited to nursing, public health, pharmacy, blood bank technology, health recorder and information, midwifery, health analysts, nutrition, psychology and other health sciences. The focus of published articles is research article, at least the last 3 years of publication.
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STATUS NUTRISI PASIEN GAGAL GINJAL KRONIS DENGAN DIABETES MELLITUS DAN NON-DIABETES MELLITUS Candra Anita, Diyah
Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 5 No 2: MIK Agustus 2016
Publisher : Universitas Jenderal Achmad Yani Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30989/mik.v5i2.56

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Background:Malnutrition is a common problem in chronic renal failure (CRF) patients with or without Diabetes Mellitus (DM). An assessment of nutritional status in CRF patients is encouraged to see the level of its severity. The general parameters for assessing nutritional status are serum albumin and hemoglobin. Objective:The objective of this research was to investigate the differences on thenutritional status of CRF patients with Diabetes Mellitus (DM) compared to those without DM at PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital Yogyakarta. Methods:This was a comparative descriptive research applying accidental sampling and was conducted for 6 months (June-November 2014). The main measuring devices were patients’ medical records and laboratory results of albumin and hemoglobin levels. Sampleof this study consisted of 30 respondents. Independent t-test was applied to analyze the differences of albumin and hemoglobin levels in both groups. Result:The test result showed that the albumin (p=0.917) and hemoglobin levels (p=0.168) of CRF patients without DM and that of CRF patients with DM were not significantly different. Conclusion:CRF patients with and without DM had low level of albumin and hemoglobin. Nurses shouldbe more careful in regulating fluidbalance to reduce pulmonary edema. Keywords:Chronic Renal Failure (CRF), diabetes mellitus(DM), albumin, hemoglobin
KEJADIAN PNEUMONIA BALITA DI MAUMERE FLORES NUSA TENGGARA TIMUR Lia Dewi, Vivian Nanny; Agustina, Silvia Ari
Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 5 No 2: MIK Agustus 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30989/mik.v5i2.57

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Background: Pneumonia is the most significant disease to cause death in children compared to any other respiratoy infections, particularly in babies and children under five years old. Objective: This study aimed to investigate several risk factors for pneumonia in children under five years old in Maumere, Flores, NTT. Methods: This sudy employed collaborative qualitative-quantitative design. Data on the occurrence of pneumonia were drawn from the medical record of TC Hillers Maumere hospital, gathering information from January to July 2015. Research also involved direct observation to residents housing and interviews with health care providers and locals. Research population was children under five with a history of pneumonia, consisted of 152 children. Data were alayzed with a univariate method. Results: The majority of respondents with pneumonia were male (53.3%), co-morbid with iron deficiency anemia (20.4%), aged under 12 months (69.1%), well-nourished (56.6%), and waiting for 1-3 days at home before going to the hospital (47.5%). Direct observation suggested that Maumere was a dry and dusty area. The majority of housing roof was zinc, with topsoil floor, house ventilation were not properly adjusted, houses were over-populated, and residents still used wood and gasoline to cook. Residents had strong belief on supernatural powers. Conclusion: Risk factors that increased the occurrence of pneumonia in children under five in Maumere were age, sex, nutritional status, and environment characteristics. Keywords: pneumonia, anemia, nutrition, housing, children
PENGARUH PERNAFASAN PURSED-LIP SEBELUM LATIHAN FISIK TERHADAP KUALITAS HIDUP PASIEN PENYAKIT PARU OBSTRUKTIF KRONIS (PPOK) DI RUMAH SAKIT PANTIRAPIH YOGYAKARTA Aryu Puspasari, Scholastica Fina
Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 5 No 2: MIK Agustus 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30989/mik.v5i2.58

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Background: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a progressive lung illness with the main complaints of breathlessness and decreased activitiestolerance, which consequentially worsen the quality of life (QoL). COPD management aims to improve the QoLby means of rehabilitation programs. Objective: The study focused on determining the impact of physical activity(6-Minute Walk Test/6-MWT)and the combination of Pursed-Lip Breathing (PLB) before 6-MWTon COPD patients’QoL. Methods: This study occupieda quasi-experimentaldesign, which involved70 respondents,divided into 3 groups, i.e. 2 intervention groups (30 respondents each) and one control group (10 respondents). Results:The majority of respondents were male (71%), aged 60-74 (56%), had normalBMI (48%), and were former smokers (59%).After 6 weeks of intervention, meaningful differences were found in the QoLbefore and after the intervention in bothgroups:6-MWT(p=0.000) and combined (p=0.000). The ordinal logistic regression test resultedthe combined intervention hadstronger effect on the quality of life (p=0.000, 47.1% contribution) than 6-MWT (p=0.012, 35.8% contribution). Respondents’ characteristics that impacted on the quality of life were smoking history and period of CPOD (p<0.05, OR: 11,376; OR: 49,75, respectively). Conclusion:It can be concluded that PLB before 6-MWT is an effective training to improve QoL of people with COPD. Keywords: pursed-lip breathing; QoL;COPD

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