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Media Keperawatan Indonesia
ISSN : 27222802     EISSN : 26151669     DOI : https://doi.org/10.26714/mki
Core Subject : Health,
Media Keperawatan Indonesia is intended to be the university journal for publishing articles reporting the results of research in nursing. Media Keperawatan Indonesia invites manuscripts in the areas of medical-surgical nursing, emergency and disaster nursing, critical nursing, pediatric nursing, maternity nursing, mental health nursing, gerontological nursing, community health nursing, management and leadership nursing.
Articles 48 Documents
THE EFFECT OF BENSON RELAXATION TECHNIQUE ON A SCALE OF POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IN PATIENTS WITH BENIGN PROSTATE HYPERPLASIA AT RSUD DR. H SOEWONDO KENDAL Arifianto, Arifianto; Aini, Dwi Nur; Sari, Novita Diana Wulan
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (541.386 KB) | DOI: 10.26714/mki.2.1.2019.1-9

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Background : Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH) is a disease enlargement or hypertrophy of the prostate. Each surgery will arise as a result of wound incision procedures. Based  on  pre-study  post  operative  patients  with  benign  prostate hyperplasia in Dr.H Soeowndo Kendal General Hospital 4 out of 5 patients said that after surgery they experienced pain around the post operative .These wounds will stimulate the pain response Handling of non-pharmacological that can be done is by Benson relaxation therapy. The objective of this research there is an effect of Benson relaxation technique on a scale of postoperative pain in patients with Benign Prostate Hyperplasia at RSUD dr. H Soewondo Kendal. Methods : Design Research use quasi experiment. designs  with  pre  and  post-test  without a control  sample  with  32  people.  Relaxation  Benson  techniques are done taxable income provision with analgesic duration of 8 hours.  And  after before  given  relaxation  techniques  Benson  carried  measurement scale  with a numeric  pain  rating  scale. Result : Results  of  Statistics Wilcoxon  Sign  Rank  test  with  confidence level of 95% (? = 0.05) and obtained p value 0.000 < 0.05. Conclusion : the result of this research there is an effect of benson relaxation technique on a scale of postoperative pain in patients with Benign Prostat Hyperplasia at RSUD dr. H Soewondo Kendal.
NURSE TREND IN WRITING OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOME CRITERIA OF NURSING DIAGNOSIS IN PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS AT THE GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL IN SALATIGA INDONESIA Rofii, Muhamad; Warsito, Bambang Edi; Santoso, Agus; Ulliya, Sarah
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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Background. Writing nursing goals and outcome criteria found in nursing care documentation was very varied and not appropriately, it needs to be explored more deeply about the phenomenon. The Study objective was to determine the writing of nursing goals and the outcome criteria for nursing diagnoses. Methods. Research design was qualitative research with a direct observation approach. Data was taken in the MDR TB ward, samples were 100 documentation of pulmonary TB patients. Sampling technique was nonprobability sampling. Result. The goal of nursing diagnosis of ineffective airway clearance was airway clearance effectively again, the problem was resolved, the patient's airway returned to normal and coughing the patient returns to normal, etc. The goal of nursing diagnosis of ineffective breathing patterns was effective breathing patterns, ineffective breathing patterns resolved, etc. The outcome criteria of nursing diagnosis ineffective airway clearence was negative cough, normal respiratory rate, normal vital signs, negative sputum, shortness of breath, coughing resolved, comfortable patients, patients can demonstrate coughing effectively, sputum can come out, breath was relieved, sputum can come out, etc. The outcome criteria for nursing diagnosis ineffective breathing patterns are normal respiratory rate, normal vital signs, respiratory rate was 20 x/minute, it was not weakness, It was not nausea, etc. Recomendation. Nurses are advised to be given trainings, sosialisation, or workshops related to the goals and outcome criteria of nursing diagnoses, and are expected to use NANDA and NIC-NOC references.
INCREASED DEPRESSION AFFECTS HYPERGLYCEMIA STATUS IN TYPE II DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS Aini, Dwi Nur; Kustriyani, Menik; Arifianto, Arifianto
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 3 (2019)
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Diabetes mellitus is a collection of symptoms that arise in a person caused by an increase in blood glucose levels. Chronic diseases such as type II diabetes mellitus can affect their psychological condition, namely depression. From the preliminary results the researchers compared 5 patients with type II diabetes mellitus in the Mijen health center area, 1 of them experienced fatigue, 4 of them experienced insomnia, were not productive, tired quickly when activity and appetite decreased. The purpose of the study was to determine the relationship between the level of depression with blood sugar levels in patients with type II diabetes mellitus. This type of research uses quantitative non-experiment with cross sectional design. Sampling with purposive sampling technique. Data were collected through questionnaires, analyzed using Sperman rank statistical test with a significant limit of 0.05. In this research shows pearson correlation coefficient rate of 0,524 and ? =0,000. It show the  significant positive correlation between depression and blood glucose level on diabetic type II patient with the medium corelation level. The results showed that there was a relation between depression with blood glucose  level in diabetes mellitus type II patients. 
ADHERENCE IMPROVEMENT OF FIVE MOMENTS HAND HYGIENE WITH INCREASING MOTIVATION OF NURSES Kustriyani, Menik; Kaeksi, Ivana Probo; Tamrin, Tamrin
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Joint Commission International ( JCI ) required the achievement of 100% five moment hand hygiene for the nurses who have provided care to patients. The adherence of five moments hand hygiene has been done to reduce the incidence of nosocomial infections. The adherence of five moments hand hygiene has been determined by inside and outside factors, and one of the inside factors is the motivation. The research is a qualitative research with cross sectional approach. The number of sample is 153 nurses with the proportionate random sampling technique at the Public Hospital of Loekmono Hadi Kudus. The research instruments used the questionaire and observation sheet. The research showed the result of Rank Spearman test p value = 0,000 with r value = 0.296, positive correlation means that the higher the nurse motivation, the higher the nurse aderence of five moment hand hygiene.
ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING LOW COVERAGE OF EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING Mareta, Reni; Masyitoh, Robiul Fitri
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Food is a major factor supporting growth and development for every living creature. The quantity and composition of the food consumed is tailored to the needs of each individual. Babies have different food compositions. According to WHO the best food for babies is given breast milk as soon as the baby is born until the first 6 months and continued until the age of 2 years. This condition can not be achieved if coverage of ASI in each region is still less. One of the areas whose exclusive coverage is still low is Magelang City. Data from the health profile of the Magelang City Health Office in 2008 mentioned that in Magelang city there was a percentage of infants who got an exclusive ation of 0.32 percent. Looking at the phenomenon, researchers are interested to know the factors causing the low coverage of exclusive breastfeeding in the city of Magelang. This research is located in the working area of North Magelang Health Center. The model of this research is by observational analytic with cross sectional study design design with quantitative approach. Selection of sample by purposive sampling method with 30 sample people. This study uses questionnaires that we will share to samples that have children maximum 2 years old. The questionnaire contains questions about breastfeeding. From the results of the questionnaire will then be analyzed to determine the factors causing the low coverage of exclusive breastfeeding in the city of Magelang. The results of this study indicate there are several factors that affect the exclusive ation: among others: maternal age, level of education and mother's work. It is expected that the results of this study could be as input for the relevant agencies in this case is the Health Department to make appropriate policies to increase exclusive ASI coverage.
AN ANALYSIS OF FACTORS RELATED TO THE ABILITY OF HYPOGLYCEMIC AND HYPERGLYCEMIC EARLY DETECTION IN PATIENTS OF DIABETES MELLITUS IN BIMA PUBLIC HOSPITAL IN 2017 Martiningsih, Martiningsih
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 3 (2018)
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This study aims to determine the ability of early detection, the factors that are most influential and related to the ability of early detection of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia in diabetes mellitus patients in Bima Public Hospital in 2017. The method used in this research is an analytical descriptive method and uses a cross-sectional approach. The population of this study was all DM patients in Bima Public Hospital in 2017. The sample size was determined by purposive sampling technique, namely 30 people. The study was conducted in the internal medicine room of Bima Hospital. The data were retrieved by using questionnaire of Ability to Detect Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia which has been tested for the validity and reliability of the instrument with Cronbach's Alpha value of 0.734. The data analysis process was carried out by using Chi-Square test and logistic regression. Results: The ability of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia to be detected in DM patients in Bima Public Hospital in 2017 was 47% who were able and 58% who were not able with the average of 42.70, with a minimum-maximum value of 34-52. The results of the multivariate test revealed that the duration of DM disease had the most significant effect on the ability of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia detection (p-value = 0.001, OR 39.429). Discussion: Improving the quality of nursing care through self-care education in the right nursing perspective with regard to the characteristics of the respondents, one of them is a history of long-term DM disease, can prevent acute hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia.
SPIRITUAL WELL BEING OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS UNDERGOING CHEMOTHERAPY THROUGH MINDFULNESS BASED SPIRITUAL Wahyuningsih, Fefi Eka; Sofro, Muchlis Achsan Udji; Dwidiyanti, Meidiana
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 3 (2019)
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Breast cancer patients newly diagnosed and undergoing chemotherapy experience physical and emotional changes. Patients experience stress due to side effects of chemotherapy drugs, financial changes, self-perceptions and beliefs so that the risk of experiencing spiritual distress. Adaptive coping is needed to improve the spiritual well being so that patients more adaptive and have a good quality of life. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of mindfulness based spiritual to spiritual well being on breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. The study used pilot study with pre and post-test design, with purposive sampling techniques. Total sample 12 breast cancer moslem patients undergoing chemotherapy <3 months. Measurement of spiritual well-being using Spiritual Well Being Scale (SWBS). Data analysis used Paired T-Test. The results showed there was significant efect of mindfulness based spiritual to improve spiritual well being (p-value 0,001). Mindfulness based spiritual can improve the spiritual well being of breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. The recommendation of this pilot study needs to be carried out research with a larger number of samples and analyzed the factors that can improve the spiritual well being of breast cancer patients.
COMBINATION OF DEEP BREATHING RELAXATION AND MUROTTAL REDUCING POST CHEMOTHERAPY NAUSEA INTENSITY IN NASOPHARYNGEAL CANCER (NPC) PATIENTS Suryono, Agus; Nugraha, Fredi Setia; Akbar, Fakhruddin; Armiyati, Yunie
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 3, No 1 (2020)
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Nasopharyngeal Cancer (NPC) is the 3rd most common type of cancer in Indonesia after cervical and breast cancer. The method for controlling the growth of cancer cells is chemotherapy which has side effects of nausea. Post-chemotherapy nausea makes the patient uncomfortable and if not treated properly will cause complications. Management of nausea can be done with a combination of deep breathing relaxation and murottal.  The objective of the study to analyze the effect of a combination of deep breathing relaxation and murottal on the intensity of nausea in NPC patients after chemotherapy. The research method was a quasi-experiment one group pre-post-test design on 30 samples of post-chemotherapy NPC patients.  The results of the study showed that nausea intensity before and after given a combination of deep breathing and murottal obtained p-value 0,000 (p-value <0.05). There is a significant difference between nausea intensity before and after the combination of deep breathing and murottal relaxation. The combination of deep breathing and murottal breathing can reduce the intensity of nausea in NPC patients after chemotherapy.
THE INFLUENCE OF SELF MANAGEMENT DIETARY COUNSELING ON THE VALUE OF SODIUM AND EDEMA IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Fahmi, Faradisa Yuanita; hidayati, titik; Chayati, Nur
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Background: Reducing salt care & reducing fluid intake is one of the efforts to prevent fluid imbalance in patients. The increase in the prevalence of events that occur in hemodialysis patients is caused by various factors, one of which is inaccuracy in doing therapy. Self Management Dietary Counseling (SMDC) aims to increase patient knowledge and participate in health decision making to improve patient compliance and clinic outcome. Purposes: Knowing the effect of Self Management Dietary Counseling (SMDC) on the value of sodium in hemodialysis patients. Methode: Quasy Experiment, pretest-post-test design, 60 samples consisted of 3 groups. Sampling using a random sampling technique. Result: the group treated with SMDC has a p-value <0.050, while the non-treated group has a p value> 0, 050. Conclusion: Self Management Dietary Counseling has an effect on the value of sodium in hemodialysis patients. This study recommends that nurses apply SMDC to each hemodialysis patient to improve the value of sodium.
NURSE’S HEALTH EDUCATION IN FAMILIES OF PEDIATRIC SURGICAL CLIENTS Naviati, Elsa; Sudarmiati, Sari
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Health education is one important component in caring for children with surgical cases. Health education is done to clients and families as an intervention of various nursing problems that appear both pre and post surgery. This study aims to find out how the implementation of health education provided by nurses to families of child surgical clients. This research method is descriptive qualitative phenomenology by using in-depth interview. The number of participants was 5 nurses. The amount is determined after the researchers assume that the research data saturated. The research produced five themes: preoperative health education, postoperative health education, postoperative nutrition, surgical wound care and post operative post pain. The health education provided by the majority nurses is physical. Psychosocial should also be a topic in health education provided by nurses to clients of children and their families.