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Jurnal Kesehatan Prima
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Jurnal Kesehatan Prima is one of the journal which concerns on health field. it was published since 2007 by Poltekkes Kemenkes Mataram. JKP adopts double-blind peer review policy, and concerns on various of health fields for instance: Nursing, Midwifery, Nutrition, Medical Lab Technology, General Health. JKP is Published 2 (two) times annually, in February and August. JKP is published in Bahasa Indonesia.
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THE EFFECT OF A POCKETBOOK ON INCREASING MOTHER KNOWLEDGE REGARDING DEVELOPMENT AND STIMULATION OF CHILDREN 0-24 MONTHS Angraini, Diana Hartaty; Wahyuni, Elly Dwi; Aticeh, Aticeh; Hasan, Riyani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32807/jkp.v14i1.283

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Failure to invest in early childhood development can cause developmental delays and stunt growth, optimal performance, and performance of children throughout their lives. Through knowledge, parents can help these children achieve the required potential to invest in early childhood development and develop physically cognitive, emotional, and social capacity. One solution to improve Parental knowledge is to provide health education through pocketbook media. This study is to determine the effect of giving pocketbooks of mother's knowledge of the development and stimulation of children  0-24 months at Posyandu, Klender Jakarta Timur. The method of this study is a quantitative research design with Quasi Experiment Non-Equivalent Design Control Group. Sampling with consecutive sampling technique. Total respondents were 58 mothers who have children 0-24 months. This research using the primary data collection method using a questionnaire. On Statistical calculations, Wilcoxon test results showed an increase in significant knowledge, between before and after treating the group intervention (p = 0,000) while the Mann Whitney test shows a difference significant between the control and intervention groups (p = 0,000).Based on the results It concluded that the pocketbook had a significant effect on improving the mother's knowledge of the development and stimulation of children 0-24 months.
MODEL OF ANTICIPATION GUIDANCE THROUGH FAMILY CENTERED CARE (FCC) TO INCREASE FAMILY COMPETENCE IN NEWBORN BABY Wulandari, Ade; Sumartini, Ni Putu; Ahmad, H
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32807/jkp.v14i1.252

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Anticipation guidance based on Family-Centered Care (FCC) is a mentoring model for sharing information about baby care in order to prepare pregnant women and families to have competence in caring for babies. This study aims to determine the effect of FCC-based anticipatory guidance on family practices in baby care. This study designed as a quasi-experimental study using a control group conducted in the City of Bima from June to November 2018. The sample size studied was determined by the accidental sampling method with a sample size of 25 respondents for each group. The chi-square test has analyzed data. Research shows that there is no significant difference between FCC-based anticipation guidance and Early Breastfeeding Initiation (p = 0.358), umbilical cord care (p = 0.703) and breastfeeding (p = 0.375), however, the frequency of respondents receiving FCC-based anticipation guidance carries out IMD practices and breastfeeding alone up to the age of two months are greater than anticipatory guidance groups that are not FCC based. The family-centered anticipation guidance model through home visits needs to be applied to bring the distance closed between the community and health workers.
DERMATITIS CONTACT IN WAREHOUSE WORKERS Ferusgel, Agnes; Azizah, Nur; Simanjuntak, Rosmidah; Masni, Masni
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32807/jkp.v14i1.279

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Dermatitis contact is dermatitis (inflammation of the skin) that can occur due to work. The prevalence rate is still high among workers. Botot warehouse workers can also be at risk of experiencing this. The purpose of this study was to determine what factors influence the incidence of contact dermatitis in Botot warehouse workers in Percut Sei Tuan District, Deli Serdang Regency. Quantitative research The study population was all Botot warehouse workers, 30 workers, and all of them used as research samples. Collection by using a questionnaire with direct interviews. Data analysis using the chi-square test and multiple logistic regression. The results showed that the majority of workers during the last six months had experienced an incidence of dermatitis by 73.3%. Knowledge and personal hygiene are factors that influence the prevalence of contact dermatitis, while individual elements (age and sex) do not affect the incidence of dermatitis in Botot workers. The conclusion in this study, the most dominant factor influencing the prevalence of contact dermatitis is personal hygiene. 
THE ROLE OF MEDICATION OBSERVER AND COMPLIANCE IN MEDICATION OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS PATIENT Putri, Septiyani; Alifariki, La Ode; Fitriani, Fitriani; Mubarak, Mubarak
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Pulmonary tuberculosis is still a significant health problem in Indonesia; the high rate of pulmonary tuberculosis sufferers causes by the patient's non-compliance factor in taking the drug, allowing resistance and recurrence. Support for the role of medicine intake supervisors has a significant role in increasing compliance with medication for pulmonary tuberculosis patients. The purpose of this research was to determine the relationship between the role of medicine intake supervisors and medication compliance for pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) patients. This research used observational analytic with cross-sectional research design, was conducted in February-March 2019. The sampling method used consisted of 30 respondents using total sampling. WHO analysis used statistical tests with a significant level of ? <0.05. The independent variable of this study was the role medicine intake supervisor and the dependent variable was medication compliance for pulmonary tuberculosis patients. Supervisor is that it has a proper role of 26 (86.7%) respondents and those who have fewer roles as many as 4 (13.3) respondents. Respondents who were obedient to taking medicine were 24 (80.0%) respondents, and those who did not obey took medicine as many as 6 (20.0%) respondents. The results of the Fisher Exact statistics show that there is a relationship between the role of medicine intake supervisors (OBSERVER) and medication compliance to patients with pulmonary tuberculosis in p-value = 0.001 (p-value <0.05). This study concludes that the better the role of supervisors taking medication (OBSERVER), the more obedient patients are in taking medication.
PAIN REDUCTION DURING DYSMENORRHEA WITH YOGA MOVEMENT Julaecha, Julaecha; Safitri, Safitri; Wuryandari, Ajeng Galuh
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32807/jkp.v14i1.301

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Dysmenorrhea is a menstrual disorder caused by an imbalance of the hormone progesterone in the blood. The incidence of dysmenorrhea 45-95% among women of childbearing age, occurs in adolescents who lack sports. The impact of dysmenorrhea is the percentage of attendance at college and not participating in learning. One way to deal with pain is yoga. This study aims to analyze the effect of yoga on dysmenorrhea. The study design was a quasi-experimental one-group pre-post test design. The sample in this study was 33 female students. The sampling technique was purposive sampling. The instrument used to measure the scale of pain during menstruation uses the Numeric Rating Scale (NRS). The collected data tested for normality data, and the data is normal, then the statistical test is done using repeated Anova test. The analysis showed that there were differences in pain scale before and after months 1 and 2 interventions with mean (sb) pain scale (5.8 (1.6) vs. 4.0 (1.7) vs. 2.7 (1.3) and P <0.05). The study concludes that yoga affects the decrease in pain scale during dysmenorrhea.
COMPARATIVE TEST OF EFFECTIVENESS BETWEEN LOTUS (NYMPHAEA FIRECREST) AND WATER HYACINTH (EICHHORNIA CRASSIPES) TO REDUCE TOFU WASTEWATER POLLUTANTS Muliyadi, Muliyadi
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Tofu industrial liquid waste is waste generated in the process of making tofu or when washing soybeans. In Ternate City, North Maluku, tofu waste is generally discharged into the sea; this causes environmental pollution. This study aims to compare the effectiveness of lotus (Nymphaea Firecrest) and water hyacinth (Eichhornia Crassipes) to reduce levels of pollutants TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) and TSS (Total Suspended Solid) in tofu wastewater in the Tofu Industry in Jambula Village by "phytoremediation process." The research method used in this study is the Experiment Method. The sample total used is 30 liters. From the results of this study indicate that the results of the first examination for water hyacinth, TDS 525mg / l and TSS 449mg / l and lotus, TDS 598 mg / l and TSS 421mg / l, for the second examination for water hyacinth, TDS 445mg / l, and TSS 330mg / l and for lotus, TDS 598 mg / l, and TSS 421mg / l, and for the third examination of water hyacinth, TDS 720mg / l, and TSS 311mg / l and for lotus, TDS 600mg / l and TSS 419mg / l. It can conclude that the most effective way to reduce TSS (Total Suspended Solid) and TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) content is by using Water Hyacinth
COMBINATION OF EXTENSION AND TRIGGERING METHODS OF CHANGES IN FAMILY HEAD ATTITUDES ABOUT STOP OPEN DEFECATION FREE (ODF) Murhan, Al; Aprina, Aprina
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Open defecation free health behavior problems in Indonesia are still prevalent, one of which is in Bumiharjo Village in 2016 ODF behavior is still carried out by 561 families. In 2018 the village of Bumiharjo will start carrying out Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) counseling and triggering activities. The combination of counseling and triggering methods for changing attitudes related to ODF has not yet been the basis of this research. This type of quantitative research with a quasi-experimental design. Has been carried out in March - November 2019, research subject of the head of the family who is still doing open defecation. A sample of 60 respondents divided into two groups, the sample taken by purposive sampling. Retrieval of data using a questionnaire with the results found the value of p = 0.001 so that it can conclude there is a change in attitude about stopping Open Defecation Free  before and after triggering and counseling to the Head of the Family in Purwosari Village, Natar District, South Lampung Regency. It recommended that counseling and triggering activities carried out on an ongoing basis and the availability of facilities for open defecation free, funds, and collaboration across programs and sectors.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOSPITAL IMAGE WITH PATIENT LOYALTY IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS Gunawan, Thalia Elita; Permatasari, Putri; Setiawati, Marina Ery; Utari, Dyah
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This research was conducted at Hospital X from May to June 2019, which aims to determine the relationship between hospital image and patient loyalty with the hospital image variables studied were Corporate Identity, Physical Environment, Contact Personnel, and Service Offering. This research uses a quantitative analytic research design with a cross-sectional approach. The population in this study was inpatients at Hospital X in May 2019. The sample in this study was 99 respondents, and the sampling technique was purposive sampling. For data analysis, this study uses the chi-square test. The results of this study are there is a relationship between Corporate Identity (company identity) with patient loyalty (p = 0.008), Contact Personnel (service provider) with patient loyalty (p = 0.019), and Service Offering (services provided) with patient loyalty ( p = 0.005). There was no relationship between Physical Environment (patient's physical environment) and patient loyalty (p = 0.710).
PROFIL LEUKOSIT TIKUS PUTIH YANG DIBERI AIR SEDUHAN KELOPAK BUNGA ROSELA MERAH (Hibiscus sabdariffa) Ariami, Pancawati; Suliastiningsih, Hesti; Diarti, Maruni Wiwin
Jurnal Kesehatan Prima Vol 9, No 2 (2015): Jurnal Kesehatan Prima
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Abstract: Roselle is a plant that has many benefits with vitamin C, iron ,folic acid , and amino acids  highly needed by the body. This study aimed to determine the effect of the provision of water steeping red roselle calyx (Hibiscus sabdariffa) on peripheral blood leukocyte counts in rats (Rattus norvegicus) Wistar strain. Pre Experimental Research done. The results showed the average number of leukocytes in peripheral blood of experimental animals before treatment was 4060 / µL, and after the treatment is 8120 / µL . This shows that red roselle calyx (Hibiscus sabdariffa) can increase the number of leukocytes of 4060 / µL . Based on the results of statistical tests Paired T - Test showed no significant difference steeping water provision red roselle calyx (Hibiscus sabdariffa) on peripheral blood leukocyte counts in rats (Rattus norvegicus) Wistar strain, the probability of 0.004 < α 0.05. Provision of water steeping red roselle calyx (Hibiscus sabdariffa) effect on the number of leukocytes in peripheral blood white rats (Rattus norvegicus) Wistar strain . The number of leukocytes increased 2 -fold with water provision steeping red roselle calyx after 9 days of treatment with a concentration of 2 % .
AN INFLUENCE OF ENDORPHIN MASSAGE ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF BREASTFEEDING PRODUCTION TO MOTHERS WHO DETECT POST PARTUM BLUES BY EDINBURGH POST PARTUM DEPRESSION SCALE (EPDS) SCREENING AT COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER AROUND MATARAM Saudia, Baiq Eka Putri; Murni, Ni Nengah Arini
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Abstract : Post partum blues is phenomenon which occurs at the first week of postpartum, the peak of symptoms occurs on third to seventh day of postpartum with duration several hours to several days. Postpartum blues are categorized as mild mental disorders thus it often ignored, undiagnosed, and finaly untreated, this situation will create uncomfortable feelings for women who suffer from it, thus the impact gets worse and continue to postpartum depression. Postpartum blues can be detected by EPDS screening. One of the techniques to prevent the occurance of postpartum blues is endorphin massage which is a technique of touch and light massage. The research objective was to find out the effect of endorphin massage on the improvement of exclusive breastfeeding and the decrease of EPDS on mothers who detected postpartum blues. The research was pre experimental with an approach of non randomized control group pre-post test or non equivalen control group design. The sample was determined by purposive sampling. The research was conducted at community health center around Mataram for 5 months (June-October) in 2016. The total sample was 20 mothers with postpartum blues who were treated, and 20 mothers were in the control group. Mothers who detected postpartum blues would be examined their exclusive breastfeeding production by assesse the indicator from infant’s factors used observational questionnaire before and after conducting treatment. The treatment was endorphin massage that given as many as 5 times by researceher since the third day to seventh day after labor. The second assessment of breastfeeding production was done immediately after the fourth treatment to determine the increasing of breastfeeding production after given endorphin massage. The collected data was analyzed by using statistical analysis with SPSS. The findings was there was a significance influence of endorphin massage on the improvement of breastfeeding (p=0.000) and the decrease of EPDS score (p=0.000). The conclusion is endorphine massage can be alternative theraphy which is effective in increasing breastfeeding production and postpartum management. The results of this study concluded, endorphin massage can be used as an effective alternative therapy in increasing milk production and postpartum blues management.

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