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Indonesian Journal of Nursing Practices
ISSN : 25484249     EISSN : 2548592X     DOI : -
Core Subject : Health, Education,
IJNP (Indonesian Journal of Nursing Practices) is a bilingual journal published by Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, PPNI (Persatuan Perawat Nasional Indonesia) and AIPNEMA (Asosiasi Institusi Penyelenggara Pendidikan Ners Muhammadiyah). IJNP is published semi-annual (June and December) since 2011. This journal before named Muhammadiyah Journal of Nursing with ISSN print 2356-1114. Then, since 2016, this journal changed to IJNP (Indonesian Journal of Nursing Practices) with ISSN online 2548-592X and ISSN print 2548-4249.
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Pendidikan Kesehatan dalam Meningkatkan Kepatuhan Merawat Kaki pada Pasien Diabetes Mellitus Tipe II Windasari, Nova Nur
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Background: Diabetes mellitus feet complications are a leading cause of mortality in developing countries. The prevalence of diabetes is expected to increase in the next decade in the developing countries. Foot care of patients with diabetes mellitus type II is consisted of early detection, foot exercise and practice for the foot care. The aim of this study was to determine the adherence of foot care after the education program was given to reduce of diabetic foot complications in the health center Mergangsan area in Yogyakarta. Method: This research used quasy experimental design with pre and post test group control. The total samples were 82 respondents (41 for the intervention group, 41 for the control group). Instrument used Nottingham Asessment of Functional Foot Care and Diabetic Foot Care Behaviour. Wilcoxon test results of intervention and control group in this research between pre and post intervention was p-value = 0.000 (p-value < 0.05), that signifi cant diff erence of adherence for the practice of foot care. Mann-Whitney test result p-value 0,000 (p-value < 0,05), which means there was a signifi cant diff erence in adherence between the intervention and control group. Health education can improve patient adherence foot care for diabetes mellitus type II in the area health center Mergangsan in Yogyakarta. Suggestion for further research is examining factors that infl uence adherence for the foot care practice with daily observations.Key words : Adherence, Foot care, Health Education
Pengaruh Peregangan Senam Ergonomis terhadap Skor Nyeri Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) pada Pekerja Pembuat Kaleng Alumunium Nunik, Fatsiwi
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The use of human labor to manually in industry often lead to complaints, particularly in parts of the skeletal muscle complaints. This complaint termed musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). MSDs can trigger maladaptive response to the workers as lazy in doing his work, late for work, work absence, and the work that is not optimal. The main strategy to deal with complaints of MSDs is gymnastics ergonomic. The aims of this study was to determine the effect of ergonomic exercises to decrease pain musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in aluminum cans workers. This study used quasy experiment with pre-and post-test control group design, that was conducted in July and August 2014. The sample in this study was 30 people’s were divided into intervention group and control group with 15 people’s in each group. Instruments in this study was the Nordic Body Map Questionnaire. Statistical analysis used parametric test (T test dependent and T test independent) and non parametric (Wilcoxon dan Mann Whitney test).The results showed there is decrease MSDs pain score from 19 to 13 score in ntervention group after done gymnastics ergonomic with p<0.05. Based on statistical test with p<0.05 this showed that there are diff erences changes in pain scores MSDs between the intervention group and control group signifi cantly. The conclusion of the research there was gymnastic ergonomic intervention can reduce MSDs pain in aluminum cans workers. It is recommended for workers to perform gymnastic ergonomics exercises regularly at least 2x a weeks before and after work.Keywords: pain, musculoskeletal disorders, ergonomic gymnastics
Efektifi tas Salep Ekstrak Daun Binahong (Anredera Cordifolia (Ten) Steenis) Terhadap Proses Penyembuhan Luka Bakar Derajat 2 Termal pada Tikus Putih (Rattus Novergicus) Isrofah, Isrofah
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Background: Burns are the most often occur at home and found that second degree burns is the highest prevalence. The process of wound healing can be accelerated by using traditional medicines, one of them is Binahong (Anredera cordifolia (Ten.) Steenis) The aim of this research was to study the effectivity of Binahong (Anredera Cordifolia (Ten) Steenis) leaf extract ointment for burns and to study the diff erences activity of Binahong leaf extract ointment (Anredera cordifolia (Ten) Steenis) with concentration 10%, 20 % dan 40%. The Randomize Control Triall was applied. The subject in this research were 40 White rats chosen by random method, devided into fi ve groups, namely negative control, positive control and treatment group with concentration 10%, 20 % dan 40% of Binahong leaf extract ointment. Burn induced in this research is scalds, 2x2 cm size. All samples were induced with second degree burn for 21 days. The healing was assessed with macroscopic (Sussman Wound Healing Tool) and microscopic (degree of collagen formation, degree of new epitelization and number of neovascularization) One Way ANOVA analysis showed no significant difference in wound healing macroscopically with p> 0.05 were obtained the results of Mann Whitney test p = 0.037, means there is no difference between the control group picture of necrosis negative with the positive control group. One Way ANOVA analysis showed no significant difference in epithelial thickness and collagen among the fi ve groups with p>0.05. One Way Anova test results obtained for vascularisation p = 0.028 (p <0.05) which means that there are signifi cant diff erences in vascularisation or angiogenesis in to fi vegroups. Post Hoc Test test showed angiogenesis differences between the negative control group with the intervention group SEDB 20% with p =0.005 between the intervention group and 40% ESDB ESDB the intervention group 20% with p= 0.023.The result: The results of this study did not reveal any significant differences in healing of second-degree thermal burns in rats whereas the macroscopic microscopic observations were no significant differences in angiogenesis. Based on the clinical picture SEDB 40% had clinical features healing second-degree thermal burns better than the other group.Key words: Binahong (Anredera cordifolia (Ten.) Steenis), burns, collagen, epitelisation, angiogenesis
Respon Adaptasi Fisiologis dan Psikologis Pasien Luka Bakar yang Diberikan Kombinasi Alternative Moisture Balance Dressing dan Seft Terapi di RSUP Dr. Sardjito Yogyakarta Purwaningsih, Lucia Anik
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Background: Burns are the most severe trauma impact on both physical and psychological. With the limited types of advanced dressings are available in some hospitals, many alternatives were developed based treatment of burns moist (moisture balance dressings alternative) to accelerate wound healing. Non-pharmacological interventions for the treatment of psychological stress with SEFT therapy, the patient›s with SEFT therapy will be relaxed and the mind becomes calm. Relaxation created very infl uential in the healing process. This study aim: To identify the physiological and psychological adaptation response of burn patients were given a combination of alternative SEFT moisture balance dressings and therapies. Methods: Action Research to determine the physiological and psychological adaptation response of burn patients were given a combination of alternative moisture balance and SEFT therapy The sample is the total population that met the inclusion criteria. Result : There were 8 respondents (March - June 2014). Most of the 75% of men, aged between 17-51 years, extensive of wound between 6-55% TBSA, 37.5% stage II, stage III 62.5%.Physiological adaptation response with an wound healing indicator average 42.37 (36-49) showed that physiological adaptation response is adaptive, long time recovering the second degree on average 17.6 days (7-36 days), the average grade III 28 , 8 days (20-40 days). Psychological adaptation response with an acceptance score average 44.5 (40-50) and supported by the results of interviews all indicate an adaptive response to psychological adaptation.Conclusion: Psychological and physiological adaptation response following administration of a combination of alternative moisture balance dressings and therapies SEFT are adaptive.Keywords: Alternative moisture balance dressings, SEFT therapy, physiological adaptation, psychological adaptation
Efektifi tas Ekstrak Daun Sirih Merah (Piper Crocatum) Terhadap Kadar Hambat Minimum Dan Kadar Bunuh Minimum Bakteri Salmonella typhi Achwandi, Moch; Khoiriyati, Azizah; Soewito, Soewito
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Research Background : Typhoid fever is a systemic infectious disease caused by Salmonella typhi. The incidence rate in Indonesia is still high at 600000-1500000 patients annually with a CFR of 10%. The high rates of morbidity and mortality, moving the parties attempt to resolve this issue. The role of the nurse in this case one of them is to provide nursing care to the provision of complementary therapies. One of the medicinal plant commonly used empirically for complementary therapies is red betel (Piper crocatum).Objective: To determine concentration of red betel leaf extract (Piper crocatum) eff ectiveness against Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) and Minimum Bactericidal Concentration (MBC) bacteria Salmonella typhi.Method: Type of laboratory experimental studies in vitro with posttest only control group design. Red betel leaf extract has been created by default then tested on Salmonella typhi bacteria. The test method has been conducted with serial dilutions of liquid dilution. Repetition 4 times. Statistical test used was the Kruskal-Wallis test.Results : The results showed that the extract of red betel leaf has a MIC which can not be determined because of the turbidity of the suspension and MBC extract at a concentration of 12.5 %.Conclusion : Eff ectiveness of red betel leaf extract against Salmonella typhi bacteria MIC can not be determined. Red betel leaf extract is eff ective against the bacteria Salmonella typhi MBC. Dose of red betel leaf extract is eff ective against the bacteria Salmonella typhi MBC is at a concentration of 12.5%.Keywords: Red betel (Piper crocatum) – Minimum Inhibitory Concentration - Minimum Bactericidal Concentration - Salmonella typhi
Medula Spinalis Belt (MSB) Terhadap Penurunan Nyeri Penderita Nyeri Punggung Bawah pada Pekerja Batu Bata Lina, Liza` Fitri
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Low back pain caused by decreasing discus space and narrowing foramen invertebralis which can produce irritation of the nerve roots and with radiating back pain. The purpose of this research is to determine the eff ectiveness of medula Spinalis Belt (MSB) to reduce pain in coal workersin coal workers. Design of the research was quasy experimental with pre-post test design with control group design. the population were 30 people of which 15 persons for the intervention group and 15 the control group, and spinal cord Belt as a tool made by researcher. Data collection was performed by measuring the intensity of pain using the VAS, at the time before and after the intervention, and analysis done by t test (Paired t-test and independent t test). The result showed that there was a decrease in the average of intensity of low back pain in the intervention group after using the Medula Spinalis Belt. There was an increase in the average of intensity of low back pain in the control group after the post-test, and there is a signifi cant diff erence between the intensity of low back pain in the post-test of treatment group and the control group with p-value =0.000. There were two risk factor of LBP which are age and gender occurred from multivariate analysis with beta -0,32, sig 0,049. The use of Medula Spinalis Belt can reduce the intensity of low back pain. The use of Medula Spinalis Belt in patients with low back pain will serve to control the pain because it can limit or support the lumbar movement, so it is suggested to coal workers to use Medula Spinalis Belt to reduce pain in patients with lower back pain.Key Words: Medula Spinalis Belt (MSB), Low Back Pain, Pain
Hubungan Antara Perawatan Kaki dengan Risiko Ulkus Kaki Diabetes di Rumah Sakit PKU Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Arianti, Arianti
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Background: Diabetes Melitus (DM) is one of chronic diseases that exist in all countries in the world and keep growing signifi cantly from year to year. There were 366 million people with diabetes mellitus worldwide in 2011, and is expected to increase to 552 million people in 2030. Most of the people with diabetes live in low and middle income countries. Indonesia has 7.3 million people with diabetes in 2011, and is predicted to increase to 11.8 million in 2030. Long term complication from diabetes, both microvascular and macrovascular, can cause insuffi ciently blood supply to hills which can culminate to ulcer infection and will end with an amputation.Goal:The purpose of this research is to know the relationship between foot care and ulcer risk of diabetes foot.Methode: This research method is non experimental- correlational with cross sectional design. In this research, there are 45 respondents.Result:Based on bivariate analysis, it is known that self foot care (p=0.003) and footwear choice and usage (p=0.009 have significant correlation with ulcer risk of diabetic foot. Continued with multivariate analysis, self foot care related to ulcer risk with p<0.005 (p=0.01). People with diabetes who get good foot care have chance to prevent diabetes foot ulcer risk 14 times compared with people with diabetes who get poor foot care.Conclusion: The conclusion of this study are highly correlated independently foot care in the prevention of diabetic ulcers. Based on this study are expected for nurses to conduct a study to diabetic foot conditions and provide education about diabetic foot care.Key words: foot care, foot ulcer, diabetes melitus.
Action Research: Hypnotherapy to Overcome Pain and Anxiety in Colon Cancer Patients Sakiyan, Sakiyan
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Hypnoterapi action research on pain management and anxiety based colon cancer patients in the problems of pain and anxiety often expressed by colon cancer patients who have undergone surgery and is in the process of chemotherapy, anxiety will increase when individuals face the threat of a life change as a result of disease and duration of the treatment process. The root of the problem in this research is how hypnotherapy reduce pain and anxiety in patients with colon cancer in a surgical disease inpatient unit RSU Banyumas. Design a qualitative research approach action research/action research using Elliot›s Action Research Model, which consists of the process of identifying the initial idea, searching and analyzing facts about pain and anxiety, making planning hypnoterapi, action hypnoterapi, evaluate the success or failure of interventions hypnotherapy, revise ideas, the steps are performed in three cycles. Formulation of the problem in this research is «How to decrease pain and anxiety in patients with colon cancermafter hypnotherapy in the inpatient surgical disease RSU Banyumas». Data processing and data interpretation using NVivo software 9.0.204.0. Based on the data obtained during the application of the three cycles of action showed that hypnotherapy is eff ective in reducing pain and anxiety in patients with colon cancer who are undergoing chemotherapy inpatient unit RSU Banyumas. Decrease in pain every cycle between 4 to 6.3, while the average decrease anxiety between 7 to 15.8. Conclusions in hypnotherapy research helpful in reducing pain and anxiety of patients who suff er from colon cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy in RSU Banyumas. Researchers hope hypnoterapi intervention can be arranged with a standard operating procedure nursing care in the health facilities and can be learned by nurses through nursing education curriculum.Keywords: hypnotherapy, colon cancer, pain, anxiety.

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