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Babali Nursing Research
Published by Babali Health
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27215989     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37363/bnr
Core Subject : Health,
The Babali Nursing Research provides a forum for original research and scholarship about health care delivery, organisation, management, workforce, policy and research methods relevant to nursing, midwifery and other health related professions. The BNR aims to support evidence informed policy and practice by publishing research, systematic and other scholarly reviews, critical discussion, and commentary of the highest standard. The journal particularly welcomes studies that aim to evaluate and understand complex health care interventions and health policies and which employ the most rigorous designs and methods appropriate for the research question of interest. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing methodological papers introducing or elaborating on analytic techniques, measures, and research methods.
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EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ACTIVE CYCLE BREATHING TECHNIQUE ON THE PEAK EXPIRATORY FLOW RATE (PEFR) IN ASTHMA PATIENT Utama, Julvainda Eka Priya
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): March
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Introduction: The Peak Expiratory Flow Rate (PEFR) is a person maximum expiratory airflow measurement. The active cycle breathing technique is a breathing exercise focus on release the abnormal lung secretion by increase the expiration power. The aim of this study was to analyze the effectiveness of the active cycle breathing technique on the PEFR in asthma patient. Methods: Design of this study was quasi-experimental with single pre-post test group. Study was conducted in the Kedungkandang Primary Health Care, Malang City, East Java Province, Indonesia. In total 25 asthma patients recruited into a single group. The participant asked to practice the breathing exercise for three times a week and being evaluated after one month. The PEFR was measured by Peak Flow Meter. Results: The Wilcoxon test showed p grade < 0.05, which means there is a significant effect of the active cycle breathing technique on the PEFR grade. The increase of PEFR grade in asthma patients start to appear at the week third to the end of week fourth. Continuous treatment may increase the PEFR grade, however it was influenced by several factors such as age (years) and educational background. Conclusion: The active cycle breathing technique increase PEFR in asthma patients. The PEFR expected to be evaluated simultaneously, to assess the stages of improvement for asthma patient.  
DEVELOPMENT OF GUIDE BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS) APPLICATION BASED ON ANDROID TO INCREASE ACCURACY COMPRESSION RITME AND VENTILATION TO HANDLING OF OUT HOSPITAL CARDIAC ARREST Wirawan, Candra Adi; Arsa, Sandi Alfa Wiga
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): March
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Introduction: Public health center as first-rate health facilities must be equipped with basic emergency services capability to support optimal health service systems. The ability of nurses in doing a heart massage or BLS is still below 50%. In the management of BLS, increasing the ability of nursing was important to reduce mortality due to cardiac arrest. The purpose of this research was to know the effect of Basic Life Support (BLS) based guide application in handling Out Cardiac arrest (OHCA) Nurse emergency departments Public health center. Methods: This research used the R & D method. Data of stage 1 was collected through a questionnaire of knowledge, attitude and Psychomotor BLS from 50 nurses for application development in stage 2, then conducted trials and evaluation. Phase 2 was conducted by a quasi-experiment method with a simple random sampling technique with 25 respondents in each group. The control group was given the BLS module and the treatment group was given Guide Basic Life Support (BLS) application for 2 weeks.  The variables in phase 2 of were the accuracy and speed of resuscitation, measured by a checklist and stopwatch. Results: The result of the research was an application of basic life support (BLS) based on Android. The result for the treatment group showed the precision variable (p = 0,000) and speed (p = 0,000) for the Wilcoxon Test and the precision variable (p = 0,000) and speed (p = 0,000) for Mann U Whitney Test. Conclusion: Basic android basic life support (BLS) application can improve the accuracy and speed of nurses in doing BLS.  
MOBILE OR WEB-BASED INTERVENTION FOR SMOKING CESSATION Nofalia, Ifa; Wibowo, Suhendra Agung
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): March
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Introduction: Smoking is the most preventable cause of illness and premature death worldwide. Because of the danger of smoking, smoker must try to quit smoking. The purpose of this research was to determine the effect of mobile or web-based intervention on smoking cessation program. Methods: This study was used systematic review with literature search using online reference databases such as ProQuest, ScienceDirect and SCOPUS. The keywords that used in this research was mobile intervention, phone intervention, apps intervention, web-based intervention, and smoking cessation. This study included randomized controlled trial studies with mobile or web-based intervention for smoking cessation program. Results: Twenty-five RCTs showed intervention groups with mobile or web-based had better affect to stop smoking than control groups or comparison groups. Conclusion: Smoking cessation is also influenced by the focusing of mobile or web-based intervention provided. Thus, providing information about the strengths and the effect of therapy is important.  
ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE OF NURSES IN PROVIDING PSYCHOSOCIAL CARE FOR MOTHERS WITH SICKLE CELL CHILD IN OSUN STATE NIGERIA Omolola, Adams Olatayo; Adesuyi, Aderonke Bosede; Omolola, Basirat Temitope; Kosemani, Tolulope
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): March
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Introduction: This descriptive study is designed to assess the knowledge of nurses in providing psychosocial care for mothers with sickle cell diseases child in Osun State Nigeria. Methods: Nurses working in the two teaching hospitals were used. Simple self-designed questionnaire was adopted, two hundred (200) respondents primarily the nurses were used in the research study. The questionnaire has three sections: the demographic variables, Knowledge of nurses on use of psychosocial care and mothers? knowledge on care of child with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD). The data were collected and analysed using a descriptive statistics of percentage and frequency. Results: The results revealed that there is a need to improve nursing skills on psychosocial care among the nurses. The current nursing practices with regard to psychosocial care needs to be reviewed and upgraded so as to give a desired outcome. 46.5% of the nurses reported that mothers do not have confidence in the skills of nurses in providing psychosocial care, 43.5% have confidence in the skills of nurses while 10% were undecided. Besides, 90% of nurses agreed that there is a need for continuous retraining of nurses in providing a positive outcome of psychosocial care while only 10% do not agreed. Conclusion: It was concluded that psychosocial care plays an important role in managing patients with SCD, hence, there is a need to retrain nurses on standard method of psychosocial care.  
CORRELATION BETWEEN BCG IMMUNIZATION STATUS AND THE INCIDENCE OF TUBERCULOSIS AMONG CHILDREN Nisa, Annisa; Hamdanah, Ulfa; Ariyani, Anita Dwi
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 1 (2020): March
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Introduction: A children tend to have a high risk on the tuberculosis (TB) infection. BCG immunization is well known as effective way to protect the children from the infection of TB bacteria. Therefore, the study aim was to investigate a correlation between BCG immunization status and the incidence of tuberculosis among children. Methods: A retrospective case-control study design was used. In total 34 children, whose aged between 1 to 12 years old and visited Wonorejo Primary Health Center between September, 12nd to 16th 2019 recruited as study participant. The Chi-square test was used in this study. Results: There was a significant correlation between BCG immunization status and the incidence of tuberculosis among children with P value = .008, < .05. Conclusion: Among five from six children who did not received the BCG immunization were suffered with TB bacteria infection.  
PARENTING CULTURE ON THE ROLE OF FATHER IN PREVENTION OF STUNTING IN TODDLER Januarti, Luluk Fauziyah; Hidayathillah, Ariska Putri
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 2 (2020): July
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Introduction: Prevention of stunting in toddler is one of the roles of fathers in protecting against danger. However, most fathers still play a passive role in this regard. Madura culture sees the role of father only as head of families and breadwinner in the family. The purpose of the research is to analyze the effect of parenting culture on the role of fathers in prevention of stunting in toddler. Methods: The research design is observational with cross sectional approach. Exogenous variables are parenting culture while the endogenous variables are the role of fathers and prevention of stunting in toddler. The research population is 230 fathers with a sample of 132 fathers using the cluster sampling method. The research instrument used is a research questionnaire. This research uses statistical test Binary Logistic Regression. Results: The results of the research with the Binary Logistic Regression test showed that the role of father significantly affected the prevention of stunting with the result of sig 0.001 <? 0.05. Parenting culture significantly influences the prevention of stunting in toddler with the result of sig 0.019 <? 0.05. This shows that the role of father will increase the prevention of stunting in toddler, parenting culture will increase the role of father and parenting culture will increase prevention of stunting in toddlers. Conclusion: Parenting culture is beneficial for father in increasing their roles in preventing stunting in toddlers and it is important for nurses to understand their culture before understanding transcultural nursing applied to society.
IMPROVEMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH ASPECT OF TUBERCULOSIS CLIENT THROUGH PSYCHOEDUCATION Nisa, Nurul Khoirun
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 2 (2020): July
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Introduction: Tuberculosis is well known as an infectious disease on lungs system caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis in physical, social and mental health conditions. Methods: This research applied quasi-experiment and consisted of pre and post-test on non-equivalent control group. The subjects were divided into two groups, control group (35) and treatment group (35) by using simple random sampling technique based on inclusion criteria. The research was conducted at Health Center, Jombang. The variables involved in this research were psycho-education psychological aspects. Results: The results of the research showed that physical and psychological aspects on both treatment and control groups is with p = 0.000 (<0.05) which means that there is significant difference on psychological aspect between treatment and control groups. Psycho-education significantly influenced psychological among the patients with tuberculosis. Conclusion: This change occurred due to the increase of health on the patient with tuberculosis in psychological aspects and also it followed by the decrease of symptoms on the patient.
SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES OF PRETERM INFANTS IN A MEDICAL CENTER AT BANYUMAS REGENCY, INDONESIA: A PRELIMINARY STUDY Purwandari, Haryatiningsih; Huang, Mei-Chih
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 2 (2020): July
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Introduction: Short-term outcomes of preterm infants refers to any preterm infants? conditions after birth including medical diagnosis or morbidity, length of stay at the hospital, and readmission to hospital after discharge. A high number of preterm births were identified as the major case in the year of 2015 in a medical center at Banyumas Regency, Indonesia. However, limited evidence showed the preterm infants? short-term outcomes in this medical center. This study was intended to investigate the short-term outcomes of preterm infants in a medical center, Banyumas Regency, Indonesia. Methods: The study used a retrospective design with a case-control study involving a convenience sampling of data set from 50 preterm and 50 term infants who were born from January to December 2015 in a medical center, Banyumas Regency, Indonesia. Any preterm infants? outcomes from the hospital medical record were collected. Chi-Square, T-test, and Mann-Whitney U were used for statistical analysis. Results: The study showed that preterm infants experienced low birth weight (LBW), respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), jaundice, and longer length of stay at the hospital compared to term infants (p<0.01; p=0.027; p<0.01; p<0.01, respectively). Surprisingly, the study found there was no significant difference in readmission to the hospital between two groups. Conclusion: Healthcare professionals can use the data as considerations for improving preterm infants? optimal care.
SPIRITUALITY LEVEL, FAMILY SUPPORT, AND SPIRITUAL SELF CARE BEHAVIOR AMONG PATIENT WITH DIABETIC ULCERS Pratiwi, Ika Nur; Kusnanto, Kusnanto; Putri, Malinda Kurnia
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 2 (2020): July
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Introduction: Patients with diabetic ulcers tend to experience problems in implementing spirituality practices. Patients with diabetic ulcers also experience weaknesses and impaired mobilization that have an impact on family dependence and decreased self-efficacy. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between spirituality level and family support with spiritual self-care behavior in diabetic ulcer patients. Methods: A descriptive correlation design with a cross-sectional approach. In a total of 92 patients with diabetic ulcers in Sidoarjo General District Hospital in June-July 2019 recruited. Independent variables were the level of spirituality and family support. The dependent variable was spiritual self-care behavior. Data obtained through the Daily Spiritual Experience Scale (DSES) questionnaire, family support questionnaire, and Spiritual Self Care Practice (SSCPS) questionnaire. Data were analyzed using the Chi-square test of categorical variables with a p-value ? 0.05 and logistic regression for multivariate analysis. Results: The study showed there was a significant relationship between spirituality level (p = 0,000) and family support (p = 0,001) with spiritual self-care behavior in diabetic ulcer patients. The result of regression analysis showed the respondents with a high level of spirituality would increase 0.138 times of the spiritual self-care behavior probability. Conclusion: The level of spirituality and family support can promote individual coping to be more positive which may accelerate the process of receiving and healing wounds.
PERSONAL RECOVERY FROM SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS Thongsalab, Jutharat
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 2 (2020): July
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Personal rehabilitation from severe mental illness (SMI) refers to the cycle of living independent and active lives in the community, where individuals with significant mental disorders can be satisfactory. The aim of the concept analysis to clarify what is meant by a personal recovery of SMI internationally by the attributes, antecedents, and consequences. This study using a technique the analysis method of Walker & Avant through 8 steps techniques. The attributes of personal recovery of SMI include connectedness, hope and optimism about future, identity, meaning in life, and empowerment. Antecedents of personal recovery of SMI is a stigma attached to a mental health diagnosis. The consequences of personal recovery of SMI are usual from SMI, self-restoration, and excellent Quality of life. Symptom reduction (e.g., clinical recovery) becomes an integral part of someone's recovery if the person is something they want to be because recovery is unique for everyone.

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