Background: One of the complications caused by diabetes mellitus is the problem of diabetic foot ulcers (DFU). The management of the DFU problem can be carried out through the wound care focused on the foot using modern dressings. This research was to determine the effectiveness of modern dressings on the healing process of diabetic foot ulcers.Methods: The methods used in arranging this systematic review were (1) the identification of interventions in the literature, (2) the identification of relevant literature based on the topic and title, (3) obtaining the literature in full-text form and (4) the analysis of the results from the various interventions in the literature.Result: The literature search was carried out in several databases such as Scopus, Google Scholar and Pubmed. The samples in this article were research about the effect of modern dressings in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers. A total of 22 evidence bases found 10 studies using the pre-experimental method, 3 RCTs, 2 quasi-experiments, 2 articles / systematic reviews, 2 perspective studies, 1 medical report, 1 case study and 1 vitro and vivo study.Conclusion: Based on the review, it explains that the research on modern dressings using nanocrystalline silver ion and curcumin can improves wound recovery by increasing the transformation rate of the ß1 growth factor, which is a protein involved in cell growth and proliferation.
Introduction: Uremic pruritus is an unpleasant sensation that has been recognized as a frequent complication in patients with chronic kidney disease. This study was undertaken to determine the effect of topical applications for reducing pruritus.Methods: A systematic review was conducted by searching Science Direct, Scopus and Google Scholar to create an integrative 12 articles review focusing on a 10 year period from 2009 to 2018. The language used was English and the studies focused on pruritus, itching, hydration, chronic kidney disease and where the patient did not undergo a kidney transplant. The articles in this systematic review were experimental studies (pre-experimental, true experimental and quasi-experimental).Results: Most of the findings of the studies showed that a topical application for reducing uremic pruritus (clove oil, almond oil, cromolyn sodium 4%, baby oil, sweet almond oil, vinegar and avenasativa, glycerol and paraffin, sericin cream and chia seed oil) can be used as an adjuvant moisturizing agents for pruritis.Conclusion: Topical applications have a positive effect on itching and decreased pruritus. Topical applications are simple, safe, inexpensive and easily applied, so it can be used on many people.
Introduction: Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease of the endocrine system that has numerous complications such as diabetic foot ulcers. Amputation is the last frontier for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers but they can be prevented through proper self-foot-care behavior. The aim of this study was to explain the support factors of self foot care for diabetes mellitus patients.Methods: The methods used were self-foot-care identification in the literature, with the relevant literature identification based on the topics and titles obtained from Scopus, ScienceDirect and ProQuest. This was as well as analysis of the results from examining the various behaviors that support self-foot-care behavior in the literature. The references included was the research conducted from 2013 - 2019 as follows: 2 descriptive correlation studies, 3 descriptive studies, 2 prospective studies, 1 prospective cohort study, 1 pre-experimental study, 3 quasi-experimental studies, 1 case study and 3 cross-sectional studies.Results: All of the journals included discussed foot care behavior. Education programs regarding foot care are a major factor that supports foot care behavior.Conclusion: All of the journals that were obtained stated that there was a positive influence on the diabetic foot condition where routine foot care behavior was implemented. Self-foot-care behavior also requires other supporting factors to obtain the maximum results.
Introduction: Cancer diagnosis can have a profound negative impact on the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) of cancer patients. Cancer patients also suffer from psychological pressures including sadness, depression, hopelessness, anxiety and worry. The literature review was employed to determine the effects of depression on health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in cancer patients.Methods: A systematic review was conducted by searching the Science Direct, Scopus and Google Scholar databases. The integrative review of the 10 articles was focused on the 10 years period from 2008 to 2018. The language used was English and the search was conducted using predefined keywords.Results: All of the journals discussed the impact of depression treatment on health-related quality of life in cancer patients. Based on all of the journals, depression can be reduced by health education, physical activity and medicine therapyConclusion: Despite the treatment for depression, the patient?s HRQoL did not improve during the measurement timeframe. Quality of life is a priority health outcome in cancer treatment but the clinical approaches to ameliorate depression in cancer patients appear to be suboptimal.
Introduction:Â Foot problems are a process and complication in patients with diabetes mellitus (DM). Foot complications can be prevented by routine foot exercises. Group support is needed to increase the routine of foot exercise. The effects of foot exercise can be seen by measuring the Ankle Brachial Pressure Index and foot sensation. The objective of this systematic review was to identify the prevention of DM foot complications in an easy way so then he patient can do it independently.Methods:Â The method used in this study was a systematic review focused on 2015 â€“ 2019 using the PRISMA method. The literature was obtained from Scopus, Science Direct and Proquest. The results found 25 items of literature on foot exercise which was reduced to 4 studies on preventing damage to the feet of DM patients through routine foot exercise. The literature of this study is supported by 3 other studies that state that foot health can also be used to examine the footâ€™s blood circulation status and sensation.Results:Â These results have been presented concerning 7 studies regarding special group support in the form of exercise therapy for patients with DM. This study explains the prevention of foot complications through foot exercise. Group support is needed provide motivation to conduct routine foot exercise.Conclusion:Â Foot exercise can accelerate the blood circulation as can be seen by the Ankle Brachial Pressure Index score and the increase in the neurological system of the foot through foot sensation status.
This paper aims to analyze forest management by involving community participation in the field of legal policy in the KPH Saradan, Madiun, East Java. Furthermore, it will also be assessed the appropriate model for forest management in Indonesia, so that community participation-based in forest management becomes the appropriate alternative to resolve the forestry issues in Indonesia, specifically related to deforestation as a consequence of the weak legal policies. This research is part of socio-legal research. The type of data used in this research is primary and secondary data. As a result, it can be said that; First, forest management based on community participation is a KPH program named as the Community Forest Management, wherein Law Number 41 of 1999 on Forestry, Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia on Forest Management and Forming of Forest Management Plan, and Forest Utilization, also Community Forest Management Policy PLUS (PHBM Plus) as the legal basis. Second; the Forest management model based on community participation has not been implemented optimally yet. The obstacles that arise are precisely associated with the lack of control in management efforts. Community participation in managing forests without supervision will be a boomerang for forest sustainability in Indonesia. For this reason, creating a monitoring model is a key requirement in discussing the forest management model in Indonesia
Based on research by socio-legal that is to see the implementation of BUMDES management directly in Desa Sekaran, Loceret, Nganjuk, it was concluded that the existence of BUMDES Sekaran, Loceret, Nganjuk is still at the initial development level because it is still at the level of activity and business program design. This condition encourages the need for BUMDES to be developed at the level of management, financial management, as well as a basic understanding of the law. Higher Education, in this case, has an important role considering the dharma of community service is also attached to it. Besides, although the village has a village assistant, its existence as a village facilitator has not been able to answer the problem, the facilitator has not been able to provide knowledge of financial management and BUMDES optimally. Based on the results of field research through direct interviews with the Sekaran Head, and the BUMDES Chairperson, solutions were then drawn to provide financial management and BUMDES assistance, as well as legal understanding through direct consultation and virtual consultation. Direct consultations are held at the forum, while virtual consultations show sustainability.
Rural development today has experienced significant changes in the concept and process. The concept of development is no longer limited to the agricultural sector and basic infrastructure but it leads to the development of Information and Communication Technology (Electronic Networks). The process of rural development then increasingly reduced dependence on government roles. This activity was specifically aimed at village officials of Sekaran Village, Loceret District, Nganjuk Regency to be a mobilizer and motivator that was based on electronic network for young people and the wider community in general for the benefit of villages and reduce the negative impact of technology by making corrective and preventive measures. The method used was through mentoring and training in managing websites and social media and community empowerment. The results of this activity showed an increase in knowledge, understanding, and raising awareness of young people and villagers towards the benefits of technology and the internet for the advancement of Sekaran Village.
Internet access in Indonesia currently covers many parts of Indonesia. These developments are now progressing rapidly with the use of smartphones by the Indonesian people. With the ease of internet access and the high usage of electronic gadgets, they will supports in various activities carried out by the community. These kinds of activities included in buying and selling transactions. This online transaction is not restricted by region and time. The online transaction can be through an online marketplace. One of familiar online marketplace in Indonesia is Tokopedia. The communities in Jati Village, Soko, Tuban where the majority of the people owns micro businesses can sell their product through this platform. Selling through this platform has many advantages, such us this platform provide free service for seller and this platform has a high number of users in Indonesia. Because of that reason, the training Tokopedia seller for micro-business owner in Jati village was held. The result of this training expected that micro-business owner can sell their product through this platform. This will help them for marketing their products more easily and have wider customer coverage. In this training, as many as twenty four micro-business owners attended and participated in the training actively and enthusiastically.
Kampung Jawa Tondano is located in the center where the majority of the population is Christian. For hundreds of years, the people of Jaton Village have lived side by side with the majority of Minahasa tribes which have different religions. Long historical factors make Jaton Village unique. This is because the residents of Jaton Village are direct descendants of Kyai Modjo, who was a religious teacher from Prince Diponogoro who was banished by the Dutch colonialists along with his 63 followers to the Tondano area in 1828.This research aimed to observe the form of Islamic legal construction and the customary law of the Jaton community. whether there is a correlation or contradiction. This study will answer questions about what forms of construction of Islamic law and customary law in the Javanese Tondano community. The method used is qualitative with a case study approach through observation and in-depth interviews. The results showed that the construction of Islamic law and the customary law of the Javanese Tondano people were related and not contradictory. The Jaton community also still adhered to their ancestral culture from Java and uphold the norms of Islamic teachings which are a legacy from their ancestors.