Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Health Sciences and Biotechnology (ICHB 2021)

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Oral and Clinical Manifestation Experience Among Covid-19 Patients in Kampung Nelayan, Padang, Indonesia

Abu Bakar, Valendriyani Ningrum
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) had rapidly spread across the globe. In Indonesia, above four million people were infected by COVID-19 by 134 thousand people were died caused by the disease. This study was aimed to explore the clinical and the oral manifestation of COVID-19. This study was employed...
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The Relationship Between the Level of Parental Knowledge About Covid-19 and the Application of Clean and Healthy Living Behavior in Early Childhood During The Pandemic

Afrah Diba Faisal, Ira Suryanis
The increasing number of Covid-19 cases in children in Indonesia has caused parents to make more efforts to protect their children. Parents’ knowledge is the domain in the formation of Covid-19 prevention behavior by implementing clean and healthy living behaviors in children. This study aims to determine...
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The Effect of Apple Guava Juice on Macrophages Level in Mice Wound on Fifth Day

Agustika Antoni, Nicen Suherlin, Sri Oktarina
The body’s immune system can affect the wound healing process. In improving the body’s immune system, anti- oxidants as pro-anti-inflammatory is important. Delay wound healing may be due to the length of the inflammatory phase. Guava juice contains a lot of chemical compositions such as lycopene, ascorbic...
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Potential Forkhead Box O 3a as Prognostic Biomarker in Prostate Cancer

Anandia Putriyuni, Meta Z. Oktora, Nurwiyeni Nurwiyeni, Tofrizal Tofrizal
Background: Forkhead box O 3a is a transcription factor, a member of the Forkhead box O family. It has a crucial role in both oncogenesis and tumor suppression. Cellular localization and phosphorylation status are considered to be prognostic factors for cancers. Loss of Forkhead box O 3a was found in...
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COVID-19 Education and Vaccination in Reducing Students’ Anxiety Levels at SMP 2 Silaut

Anggra Trisna Ajani, Mega Adyna Movitaria, Nopan Saputra, Yance Komelasari
This research is a form of community service that aims to provide education related to Covid 19 and vaccination in reducing students’ anxiety levels, as well as to increase students’ knowledge about Covid 19 and its vaccinations. This service is carried out on students at Junior Hight School 2 Silaut....
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Simulation Methods for Emergency Handling Preparedness in Junior High School Children in The New Normal Era

Anggra Trisna Ajani, Mega Adyna Movitaria, Yance Komelasari, Nopan Saputra
School students are a group at high risk for an emergency situation, because many possibilities can occur in this group. Teachers are required to have an understanding of early handling of emergencies in schools, both individual cases and disaster emergency conditions that are at risk of mass emergency...
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The Effect of α-Mangosteen on Runt-Related Transcription Factor 2 and Tartrate-Resistant Acid Phosphatase 5b Expressions on Bone Remodeling in Periodontitis (An Experimental Research on Wistar Rats)

Citra Lestari, Eryati Darwin, Deddi Prima Putra, Netti Suharti
The alteration of supporting structures of the teeth in periodontitis results from the complex interaction between colonies of microorganisms and the immune-inflammatory host response. α-mangosteen contains xanthone which has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and osteoinductive properties...
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Characteristics of Anemia in Elderly Patients at Siti Rahmah Hospital, Padang, Indonesia

Debie Anggraini
Background: Anemia is a major health problem for the elderly in Indonesia. The ageing process causes physiological changes in almost all body systems in the elderly, causing disruption of various processes absorption of nutrients in the body. Examination of the hematological profile can provide an overview...
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In Vivo Histopathological Wound Healing in Mice (Mus Musculus) of Suruhan Extract (Peperomia Pellucida L. Kunth)

Dessy Abdullah, Nadia Purnama Dewi, Ade Teti Vani, Helvina Amalia
A wound is a condition where the continuity of tissue is broken, which disrupts the function and anatomical structure of the body from the outermost surface to the deepest layer. When an injury occurs, the body will carry out a healing process consisting of four stages: haemostasis, inflammation, proliferation,...
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Comparison of Exposure Factor Using Moving Grid and Lisholm to Get the Same Density

Cicillia Artitin, Wici Januarni
Grid was an effective tool to reduce scattering radiation to the film. based on observations at Aisyiyah Hospital, the average examination used a moving grid compared to lisholm. In some types of radiological examinations need to be considered in the selection of the grid, because the grid used at high...
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Behavior and Role of Elementary School Teachers in PHBS Patterns and Prevention of the Covid-19 Pandemic During the New Normal (Adaptation Period)

Dian Eka Nursyam, Zufrias Riaty
The PHBS appeal has even been stipulated through the Regulation of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia. As a supporter of the implementation of this regulation, the Ministry of Health has also launched the Healthy Community Movement and involves and empowers the community in terms of...
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Oral Manifestation of Systemic Lupus Erythematous: A Review

Fitria Mailiza
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic multisystem autoimmune disorder characterized by the development of autoantibodies and immune complexes in association with a wide variety of clinical manifestations and tissue damage including oral mucosa. Oral lesions were non-spesific in SLE, may be...
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Human Resources (HR) Addition Planning for the Marketing Division Development and Marketing Strategy in Siti Hawa Padang Mother and Child Hospital

Hanim Khalida Zia, Nur Indrawaty Lipoeto, E Basyaruddin
Siti Hawa Padang Mother and Child Hospital is one of the private hospitals in Mother and Child Health Services. It is a Class C Special Hospital. It did not yet have a separate marketing division that was still superimposed on the Head of the General and Staffing Subdivision. There was only 1 staff who...
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Analysis of Characteristics Associated with Cervical Precancerous Lesions in Women of Reproductive Age

Hendri Devita, Novi Sari, Putri Pasalina
Cervical precancerous lesions are changes in the cell nucleus before cervical cancer occurs. The prevalence of cervical cancer in Indonesia is in second place in 2020 (17.2%). At the Padang Pasir Public Health Center, 56 positive cases were found in 2019. This study was to analyze the relationship between...
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Factors Related to the Preference of Hormonal Contraception Methods in the Working Area of the Puskesmas Lubuk Buaya, Padang City in 2021

Hilda Hidayat, Eka Trio Effandilus, Hardiana Dwi Octovia
In controlling population growth using contraception. The highest percentage of contraception in Indonesia is hormonal contraception. Hormonal birth control preferences in West Sumatra (85.9%), especially the Lubuk Buaya Health Center, the percentage of injectable hormonal birth control (36.65%) pills...
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Determinants of Toddler Development Factors in Terms of Biological, Psychosocial, Family and Customary Aspects in Padang City

Ira Suryanis, Afrah Diba Faisal
UNICEF data in the 2017 year, nearly 200 million children in developing countries have stunted growth and development due to malnutrition. In addition, a report from the World Health Organization (WHO) shows that Indonesian public health is the lowest in ASEAN, which is ranked 142 out of 170 countries....
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Application of Leadership Style to Patient Safety Culture in Hospitals

Iswenti Novera, Aric Frendi Andriyan, Nicen Suherlin
Background The application of patient safety culture by nurses that reflects performance behavior that is influenced by leadership style, motivation, planning and implementation. Good leadership in an organization can direct members of the organization in achieving organizational goals, including in...
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Ki-67 Expression to Differ Histopathological Variant Basal Cell Carcinoma

Meta Zulyati Oktora, Silvi Yelitha, Pamelia Mayorita, Hera Novianti
Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is a common skin malignancy in humans. Cancer rarely metastasizes but it is locally destructive and recurrent, particularly an aggressive variant. Various risk factors are associated with the behavior of BCC, leading to DNA damage resulting in an increase in cell proliferation....
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The Technique of Rapid on-Site Evaluation on Lung Cancer

Nana Liana, Salmiah Agus
Lung cancer is the first leading cause of death and the second most common malignancy in the world. Most of the lung carcinoma diagnostic specimens were obtained by cytologic modalities, such as transbronchial needle aspiration (TBNA), transthoracic needle aspiration (TTNA), and bronchial brushing. These...
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Differences in Estradiol Hormone Levels Based on the First Pregnant Age in Breast Cancer Women and Non Breast Cancer

Nirmala Sari, Firdawati Firdawati
The incidence of breast cancer in Indonesia reached 58,256 and was ranked first in 2018. Estrogen has an important role in breast cancer carcinogenesis, especially through the interaction of 17β-Estradiol. The purpose of this study was to determine the difference in average hormone levels based on the...
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The Effectiveness of Health Counseling Using Video Media in Increasing Adolescent Knowledge About Prevention of Early Marriage at SMAN 2 Pasaman Kabupaten Pasaman Barat year 2021

Nova Arikhman, Silvia Rosa, Chamy Rahmatiqa
The results of Riskesdas 2018 show that 15.66% of women aged 16 years married at the age of 17-18 years were 20.03%, married at the age of 19-20 years were 22.96% and at the age of 21 there was 41.35%. The purpose of this study was to increase knowledge through Health Counseling Using Video Media in...
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An Overview of the Knowledge Level of Family Planning Acceptors About Hormonal and Non-Hormonal Contraception in The Alai Public Health Center Work Area in 2020

Novi Maya Sari, Hendri Devita
Data from the Alai Public Health Center in 2019 were 2.22% injecting family planning acceptors, 2.0% pills, 0.18% implants, 0.10% IUDs, 0.16% condoms, hormonal contraception is in great demand but most of the acceptors do not know side effects that often arise in the use of hormonal contraceptives. The...
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Nutrition Evaluation of Etawa Crossbreed Dairy Goat’s Milk as Human Food to Increase Immunity During The Covid-19 Pandemic

Novirman Jamarun, Rahmani Welan, Arief Arief, Gusri Yanti, Roni Pazla
Increasing the body’s immunity by consuming goat’s milk is one of the efforts that can be done to prevent the transmission of the covid-19 virus. This study aims to evaluate the nutrition of Etawa crossbreed dairy goat’s milk as human food for self-protection from the transmission of the Covid-19 virus....
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Comparison of Anatomic Images in Examination of the Ap Axial Cranium Towne’s Method With 30° and 37° Caudal Light Directions to View the Foramen Magnum

Oktavia Puspita Sari, Darmania Putri
The phenomenon in the field, the researchers found that there was an examination of the cranium using the Towne method using only one beam direction, in theory there were variations in the direction of the beam 30° caudal and 37°. The aim of this study to see better anatomical information and which results...
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Relationship Radiographer Knowledge Level With Compliance Level of the Use of Personal Protection Equipment (Ppe) at Dr.M.Djamil Hospital

Oktavia Puspita Sari, Anugrah Mentari
One of the causes of the radiation effect is the lack of attention of the radiographer to compliance with the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the shooting process. In addition to compliance, knowledge about PPE and the benefits of using PPE is also very important for other medical personnel...
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The Effect of Storage Time on Colonization of Lactic Acid Bacteria in Breast Milk

Putri Pasalina, Vitri Amran, Hendri Devita
Breast milk is the best food for babies in early life. Ignorance of employed mothers about how to store breast milk is an inhibiting factor for exclusive breastfeeding. Improper storage of breast milk can reduce the number of bacteria in breast milk. The probiotic bacteria of breast milk are important...
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The Effects of Giving Probiotics in Dadiah Sampled on Increasing Immunoglobulin A (Iga) of Intestinal Tissue in Rats Model of Diabetic Nephropathy

Rinita Amelia, Meta Oktora
Dadiah is a traditional food of West Sumatra made from buffalo milk fermented in a bamboo tube container. Dadiah is a functional food because it is made through a spontaneous fermentation by lactic acid bacteria in the buffalo milk and bamboo tubes of the “Aua” type. This study aims to examine the effect...
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Policy Analysis of One House One Jumantik Movement in Padang City

Sevilla Ukhtil Huvaid, Hanim Khalida Zia
The “One House One Jumantik” movement is a model of community empowerment developed by the government from the concept of self Jumantik using a family approach strategy. This movement is part of the DHF Control Program which has been campaigned by the government through various activities but has not...
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Risk Factors and Probability of Breast Cancer in Women in West Sumatera: A Case-Control Study

Sukmayenti Sukma, Nursyirwan Effendi, Wirsma Arif Harahap, Hardisman Dasman
Breast cancer is the most common cancer and the leading cause of cancer death among women worldwide. Most cases of breast cancer are in developing countries. In Indonesia, the number of new cases of breast cancer and deaths from breast cancer is among the highest among other countries in Southeast Asia...
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A New Approach to the Treatment of Oral Cancer With Cempedak Sea Cucumber (Bohadsch Marmorata) of Mentawai Islands

Utmi Arma, Sisca Yudistira
Oral Squamous cell carcinoma cases tend to increase and account for more than 90% of all oral cancers. Among the standard treatments are surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy or combination, however most patients with oral carcinoma, especially tongue carcinoma, are admitted to the hospital at an advanced...
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Neurological Analysis of Brain Wave Disorders of Speech Delayed Child

Yulianita Yulianita, Rika Amran, Amrizal Arief
The brain is the most important part of the control center of the human body. Inside the brain, millions of neurons coordinate in transferring electric signs to form orders. The signs are recorded as brain waves indicating normalities and abnormalities of brain work by using one of the brain recorders;...
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Analysis of Hemoglobin Levels and Hematocrite Value in Stunting Children in Bukit Sileh, Solok Regency

Zufrias Riaty, Dian Eka Nursyam
Stunting is a linear growth syndrome that fails, according to the Ministry of Health, the stunting category is children under five with a z-score of less than -2SD called stunted. The Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) in 2018 stated that the incidence of stunting decreased from 37.2% to 30.8%. Hemoglobin...
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Assessment of Gender, Role Model, Patient Involvement and Knowledge on Compliance Using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) among Dental Students: A Cross-Sectional Study

Valendriyani Ningrum, Abu Bakar
Objective: The assessment of compliance with using personal protective equipment among a group of dental students. Methods: A non-participatory observation and self-administered questionnaire was distributed to a total of 72 dental student with cross sectional study design. Results: Of the total 72 questionnaires,...
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The Relationship of Patient Satisfaction with the Waiting Time and Fast Track Services: Structural Equation Modelling Test

Bun Yurizali, Nurmaines Adhyka
One of the factors that demand hospital services is the speed of service starting from patient registration to the process of patient discharge from the hospital after receiving service1. The imbalance between the speed of patient arrival and the ability of service personnel to provide services is one...
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Manager Role in Health Protocol Compliance for Health Officers

Nurmaines Adhyka, Intan Kamala Aisyiah
Absences and losing health officers during the war against Covid-19 is a big loss for hospitals especially for those in the front line. In the hospital, nurses are the ones who will face and has direct contact with the Covid-19 patients so that they have a big risk of exposure than other officers. The...
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The Effect of Education on the Understanding and Nurse Attitude About Needle Stick Injury (NSI) in Applying the Universal Awareness

Riris Andriati, Fenita Purnama Sari Indah, Widiyo Weni Wigati
Needle Stick Injury or NSI is a term for occupational accidents experienced by health workers caused by needling or sharp medical objects that have been contaminated with infectious fluid from a patient. Potential transmission of disease infections can occur due to needles / sharp used medical items...
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Overview of Ownership and Access of Latrines with Spatial Applications in Kalumbuk Village of Kuranji Health Center Work Area Year 2020

Mahaza Mahaza, R.Firwandri Marza, Sri Lestari Adriyant, Ichlasul Arby
The National Community Based Total Sanitation Strategy (STBM) is an integrated action to reduce the incidence of diarrhea and improve Indonesian people’s hygiene and quality of life. Toilet ownership and use is one indicator of the Clean and Healthy Behavior (PHBS) program in the household setting. This...
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The Impact of Graptophyllum Pictum Steeping to Hemorrhoid Disease Healing at Setia Insane Clinic, Sepatan Timur District, Tangerang Regency

Heri Setiawan, Dewi Fitriani
Based on the United Nations Organization (UNO) annual report, the number of hemorrhoids occurred worldwide, with a percentage of 54% having hemorrhoid disorder. In Indonesia, based on the data of the health ministry obtained from hospitals in 33 provinces, there were 355 patients with hemorrhoids, both...
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Estimation of New Equation for Triangle Anterior Dental Arch Form in Sub-Race Deutro Malay

Hidayati Hidayati, Desy Purnama Sari
Each race around the world has a different arch form. Measurement of triangle anterior dental arch, analysis model of Maxilla is essential to support the success of orthodontic treatment. This study aimed to determine the new equation for triangle anterior dental arch form and predict space availability...
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E-Health Implementation from a Medical Secret Angle

Sri Siswati, Yolanda Safitri, Elsa Giatri
The future development of information and communication technology is inevitable, including in the health sector, namely electronic-health (e-health). In the Era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0, there has been a huge change. E-health in the health sector is overgrowing. Many applications are created...
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The Effect of Audio Visual Media Application on Women’s Knowledge of Childbearing Age About Early Detection of Cervical Cancer in RW 03 West Pamulang Village South Tangerang City

Siti Novy Romlah, Ikada Septi Arimurti, Rita Dwi Pratiwi, Ida Listiana, Tukimin Bin Sansuwito, Aggita Lutfiana
Cervical cancer or cervical cancer is a malignant tumor that grows in the cervix/cervix. Every year no less than 15,000 cases of cervical cancer occur in Indonesia. Every day 40 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer, and 20 of them die from cervical cancer. The high mortality rate is due to delays...
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The Characterization and Treatment Overview of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients in Universitas Sumatera Utara Hospital Medan in September-October 2021

Embun Suci Nasution, Urip Harahap, Baharudin Ibrahim, Khairunnisa
One of the highly prevalent non-communicable diseases is type 2 diabetes mellitus and some of its risk factors include living a sedentary lifestyle, family history, and being 45 years or older. The disease was observed to have 57% prevalence in Indonesia according to the data provided in 2007 by the...
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Correlation Between Parental Readiness and Family Social Support With Parenting Self-Efficacy (Pse) in Early Marriage Mother at the Village of Warung Menteng Bogor, West Java

Rita Dwi Pratiwi, Junaida Rahmi
Parenting self-efficacy refers to a mother’s ability to carry out her role in acting more as a caregiver than the father. In, addition it also states that high parenting self-efficacy is strongly associated with the capacity of parents to provide an adaptive, stimulating, and nurturing environment for...