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Media Keperawatan Indonesia
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Media Keperawatan Indonesia (e-ISSN: 2615-1669) publishes articles of empirical study and literature reviews focused on science, practice, and education of nursing. Media Keperawatan Indonesia publishes three issues in a year (February, June, and October).
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Decrease Level Of Candida Albicans in Children with The Practice of “Pure Honey” Oral Hygiene Alfiyanti, Dera; Hidayanti, Titi Nur
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.1.2018.35-41

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Background: Oral hygiene is an act of cleansing the entire area of the mouth, including teeth and gums to avoid infection. Purpose of hygiene to reduce dental plaque, reduce risk of oral cavity, eliminate tooth decay, gum, improve comfort in child.. Objective: This study aims to determine the effect of oral hygiene using 30% pure honey to the number of candida albicans in hospitalized children. Method: This study was a quasy experiment pre and post test with control group design. The data were analyzed with paired t-test dan independent paired samples t-test. The population of this study was all hospitalized children. The sample size is determined by purposive sampling technique, with a sample size of 20 (10 children were intervention group, 10 children were control group). Result: Mean number of candida pre test  of 38.90 CFU / ml and post test A total of 27.40 CFU / ml. The result of statistical test of separate parametric test in pairs of t-test p value of 0.001 (α = 0,05), so it can be concluded that there is oral hygiene effect using 30% pure honey to number of candida albicans child's mouth. Discussion: Hospitalized children were high risk population of nosocomial infection. There were many source of secondary infection such as infection by candida albicans. The recommendation of this research is that all children treated in hospital are done orally hygiene by using 30% pure honey
The Effect of Guided Imagery to The Level of Anxiety of Trimester III Pregnant Woman in The Working Area of Mijen Health Center in Semarang City Wulandari, Priharyanti; Sofitamia, Alifia; Kustriyani, Menik
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.2.1.2019.29-37

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Background: Pregnancy is a time when there are dramatic changes both psychologically and biologically that can cause anxiety. From the results of interviews stated 7 of 10  third trimester pregnant mother said anxious moment before childbirth. Guided imagery is a therapy to overcome anxiety. The purpose of this study to determine the effect of guided imagery on the anxiety level of pregnant women at Trimester III. Method: Quantitative research type of quasi-experimental design pre and post-test without control. Sampling by purposive sampling. The sample size is 30 respondents. The anxiety was measured using the HRSA questionnaire and analyzed using the Match Pair Test Wilcoxon test. Results: The results of analysis of 30 respondents, before given guided imagery therapy most of the respondents experienced moderate anxiety as many as 18 people (60%). After being given guided imagery treatment most respondents had light anxiety 17 people (56.7%). The result of the Wilcoxon test shows p-value 0.000 (p-value <0,05), Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted. Conclusion: There is an influence of guided imagery on the anxiety level of third-trimester pregnant women in the Working Area of Mijen Health Center in Semarang City with a p-value of 0.000 which means that guided imagery can reduce the anxiety level of third-trimester pregnant women. 
Analysis Proximate, HCN , Antioxidant Compounds And Antioxidant Activities Of Potential Extract As Antiatherosclerosis Soesanto, Edy
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 3 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.3.2018.32-45

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Bamboo shoots are plants that are very easy to find in Indonesia and can grow anywhere, economically bamboo shoots are very cheap and have been used by people in the world as foodstuffs since time immemorial. Aside from being a bamboo shoot food, it also has functions related to hypocholesterolemia, so it can be used as an alternative non-pharmacological treatment or as a traditional medicine derived from medicinal plants (Complementary Therapy). This study aims to determine the levels of protein, fat, water, ash, carbohydrates, HCN, phenols, flavonoids, vitamin E from bamboo shoots and their antioxidant activity. Bamboo shoots used include: yellow bamboo shoots, wulung, green, apus, and betung. Bamboo shoots are thinly sliced and dried in an oven of 80 0C for 24 hours and smoothed to get bamboo shoot powder and then extracted using 70% ethanol which will be analyzed for chemical compounds using the SNI 01-2891-1992 method for proximate test, HCN test using AOAC, while testing phenol, flavonoids, and vitamin E compounds using a spectrophotometer, testing antioxidant activity using DPPH method. The results of the proximate test analysis of 5 bamboo shoot extract samples showed that yellow bamboo shoots contained at most 0.632% fat, 4.474% water, 0.878 gr ash, 29.78% carbohydrates and 4.12 gr crude fiber. The highest protein content test of 0.41% was found in Apus bamboo shoots extract and the highest HCN content was also in Apus bamboo shoot extract 3.98 mg / 100gr. The highest content of Vitamin E is found in Apus bamboo shoots extract which is 0.3284%, the highest total flavonoid content is found in green bamboo shoots extract that is equal to 0.02778%, the most phenolic content in bamboo shoots extract is apus bamboo shoots extract of 4.4352% and the test results Apus bamboo antioxidant activity is more active as an antioxidant than other bamboo shoots which is 171.15 µg / mL with IC 50 value. This shows that Apus bamboo shoots extract is relatively safe for consumption and has good antioxidant potential and can be used as traditional medicine which comes from medicinal plants (Complementary Therapy)
The Effect of Lavender Aromatheraphy on Decreasing of Perineum Paint Pain in Breast Mothers Afriani, Anita Indra; Rahmawati, Deny
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.2.1.2019.16-20

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Aromatherapy lavender can increase alpha waves in the brain and this gelombang helps to create a relaxed state. Lavender essential oil can reduce anxiety. Type of quantitative descriptive research with Quasi Experimental approach with pretest-posttest design with two groups. The population and sample in this study were all postpartum mothers in Bonang II Public Health Center in June 2018 as many as 30 people with total sampling technique. The statistical test used was the Wilcoxon test. There were differences in perineal wound pain in postpartum mothers before and after lavender aromatherapy was given to the intervention group. There are differences in pain of perineal wounds in postpartum mothers before and after giving jasmine aromatherapy to the control group. There were differences in the reduction of pain in perineal wounds in the intervention group and in the control group. Lavender aromatherapy is more effective in reducing pain compared to jasmine aromatherapi.
Murottal Therapy Lowers Blood Pressure in Hypertensive Patients Irmachatshalihah, Rastia; Armiyati, Yunie
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 3 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.2.3.2019.97-104

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The incidence of hypertension always increasing every year, the incidence of hypertension increased from 25,8% to 34.1% in 2018. The Hypertension’s patients were prone to psychological problems for example stress that could raise the blood pressure. The intervention non-pharmacological for lowering blood pressure is using intervention murottal. This study aims to analyze the influence murottal’s therapy to decrease blood pressure in hypertension’s patients in the community health center Bandarharjo. The design used was quasy experiment with pre test and post test used purposive samplind and random sampling got result 20 respondents. The results of statistical tests therapy murottal have effected on the blood pressure to hypertension’s patient p value= 0,000 (α<0,05). Therapy murottal can reduce the blood pressure on then patient hypertension in the work of the comunity health center of bandarharjo. The supposed nurse can do gift treatment murottal intervention can be taught and applied to lower the blood pressure to increase nursing care.
The Effect Of Phototherapy (24 Hours) Towards Jaundice Degrees Of The Newborn In Hospital NICU West Nusa Tenggara Province Selung, Rosalia; Wasliah, Indah; Pratiwi, Eka Adithya
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.2.2018.11-19

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Background: Aximately 60% of normal birth infant become jaundiced in the first week of birth. The incidence of jaundice in the West Nusa Tenggara hospital in 3 years later (2012-2014) there were 1166 cases. Phototherapy of total serum bilirubin (TSB) increased. Clinical trials have validated the efficacy phototherapy in reducing excessive unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia, and its implementation has been drastically confine the use of exchange transfusion (Bhutani, 2011). Objective:The purpose of this study was to determine the degree of jaundice before and after phototherapy, as well as analyze the influence phototherapy before and after the degree of jaundice in the newborn. Method:This type of research is pre-experimental research design using the approach one group pre-test and post-test design. The study population was all jaundice infants who were treated at Hospital NICU  room in West Nusa Tenggara Provence in May 2016. The sample was 15 respondents with acsidental sampling techniques. The method of data analysis with descriptive percentage univariate and bivariate analysis with test of rank correlation test (spearman) obtained significance value p = 0.000 < 0.05 and spearman correlation coefficients obtained by value p = 0.025 which means there is a strong correlation between the influence of phototherapy (24 hours) the degree of jaundice in the newborn. Result: The results were obtained degree of jaundice before phototherapy is as many as 9 degree 4 respondents (60%) and as many as 6 degrees five respondents (40%). After 24 hours phototherapy all respondents decreased the degree of jaundice and most have some degreen of jaundice 3 of 10  respondents (66,7%) by 5 respondents (33,3%). Discussion:Recommendations can be given is a gift phototherapy to decrease the degree of jaundice.
Qur’anic Therapy (Islamic Bibliotherapy) To Improve Religious Coping In Hemodialysis Patient Dewi, Inggriane Puspita; Widiyanti, Anggriyana Tri
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 3 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.3.2018.12-17

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Patients with chronic kidney disease and receiving hemodialysis,  they will deal with chronic stress related to time restriction, financial and functional limitations, dietary restrictions, and drug side effects.  The purpose of the present study was to determine the effect of psychoreligius therapy: Qur'anic therapy (Islamic bibliotherapy) on the religious coping of hemodialysis patients. The study was conducted at Al-Islam Bandung Hospital used  pre-experimental with pre and post-test design. We used purposive sampling, 22 sample, they were 5 years undergoing hemodialysis, able to read and Muslim. Psychological Measure of Islamic Religiousness (PMIR) to measure religious coping with a correlation coefficient of 0.88. ). The sample was given reading with sincere themes, patience, gratitude according to al-Qur' values for 1 month (8 reading themes), about 30 minutes, religious coping measured before and after the intervention. There was a significant effect of the intervention of Quranic therapy on religious coping (p = 0.048 , the analysis used Paired T-test. Islamic psychoreligius Therapy: Qur'anic Therapy promoted to improve religious and coping skills in hemodialysis patients through Quranic Therapy. Therefore, in cases of chronic diseases such as chronic renal failure, nurses should apply a holistic care approach with emphasis on spirituality-based intervention.
Knowledge and Attitudes of Nurses About Pain Management in Neonates in the Perinatology Room and PICU / NICU Mariyam, Mariyam; Hidayati, Ika Nur; Alfiyanti, Dera
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.2.2.2019.19-24

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Background: Nurse’s knowledge and attitude toward neonatal pain management is very beneficial for the accuracy in giving neonatal intervention. Therefore, nurse should possess the sufficient knowledge and attitude to give the proper pain intervention, so that it will be effective to treat the neonatal pain. Objective: This study aims to find out the knowledge and attitude of nurse toward neonatal pain management at Perinatology and PICU/NICU rooms of Hospital in Semarang. Methodology: It was a descriptive study using total sampling technique which employed 50 nurses as the respondents. Resulth: From the research, it was drawn that most of the respondents’ knowledge were excellent (58.0%) and the respondents’ attitude were mostly adequate (68.0%). Based on the result, the nurses of PICU/NICU and Perinatology rooms are expected to improve the attitude toward neonatal pain management as the pain will significantly lessen by the proper attitude.
Increased The Cognitive, Effective, and Psychomotor Aspects of Nurses in The Practice of Developmental Care Mariyam, Mariyam; Riwayati, Riwayati
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.1.2018.20-26

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Background: The cause of high infant mortality rate is low birth weight (LBW). Optimal LBW treatment needed that the baby can pass the transition from intrauterine to extrauterine. One of the efforts done is developmental care. Implementation of developmental care requires knowledge, attitudes and skills of nurses. Objective: This study aims to identify the cognitive, affective and psychomotor aspects of nurses in treating LBW before and one month after being given developmental care information at RS Roemani Semarang. Methodology: The design of this research are pre experiment pre and post design. The sample of the study was all nurses in high risk infant room Roemani Hospital Semarang . Sample amounted to 12 respondents. Researchers identify the cognitive, affective and psychomotor aspects of nurses in treating LBW with questionnaires and observations before being given developmental care information. A month after being given information about developmental care researchers re-identify the cognitive, affective and psychomotor aspects of the nurse. Result: Cognitive score of respondent before health education 11.75 and after 13.83 with total score 22, mean affective score of respondent before health education 48,83 and after 52,92 with total score 60, mean of psychomotor score of respondent before health education 2.58 and after 4 with a total score of 4. Based on the results of statistical analysis each show p value 0.00 so that it can be concluded there are differences cognitive, affective and psychomotor nurses in the application of developmental care both before and a month after being given health education. Discussion: In this study post intervention is done month after health education like input from previous researcher Zubaidah, rustina & Sabri (2013) to know the right time in repeating the same information. The results showed that after 30 days showed a cognitive, affective and psychomotor increase, this could be because after given the health education nurses apply in the care of LBW so that knowledge and skills increase.
Family Support on Severe Frequency in Epilepsy Patients in RSUP. Dr. Kariadi Semarang Ika, Theresia; Hidayati, Eni
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.2.1.2019.21-28

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Background: This epilepsy is considered a burden for the patient, the family and is considered an embarrassing disease, infectious disease and mental illness that makes the epileptic patient difficult to live a normal life, often experiencing discrimination in terms of learning, work, or in marriage. Objective: to know family support for the occurrence of seizure frequency in epilepsy patients. Research Method: Type of qualitative research using the phenomenological approach. The sampling technique is done by using purposive sampling approach. Excavation of this data is done by conducting in-depth interviews with the object or the respondent. Results: The support provided by the family in the form of explaining and teaching the treatment of epilepsy, helping and protecting the respondents in the treatment of epilepsy, support in terms of providing treatment and financing and providing love and trust. It is expected that families can provide good support, so that will reduce the incidence of seizure frequency that appears and can improve the quality of life of respondents.