Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Health Sciences (ICHS 2018)

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The Correlation between House Physical Environments and Diphtheria in Blitar in 2016

A.N Filliya, Vivien Dwi P.
Nowadays, Diphtheria is a contagion deadly disease caused by Corynebacterium diphtheriae and this case increases year-by-year. Corynebacterium diphtheriae is one of bacteria that certainly have its own condition to maintain its life. In this paper, we describe intensively a correlation between house...
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A Cross Sectional Study: Metabolic Syndrome in Yogyakarta

Agil Dhiemitra Aulia Dewi, Silvi Lailatul Mahfida
Radiographer, in general, have a duty and responsibility to audit includes examining patients for radio diagnostic including nuclear medicine and ultrasonography (USG), radiation Metabolic syndrome (MetS) (at least 3 of the following: abdominal adiposity, low HDL cholesterol, high triglycerides, hypertension,...
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Forecasting the Risk of X-Ray Radiation Exposure to Radiation Workers in the Radiology Department RSUP X. Jakarta

Agus Riyanto, Arni Widyastuti
Radiographers in general have a duty and responsibility to audit includes examining patients for radiodiagnostic including nuclear medicine and ultrasonography (USG), radiation exposure techniques in radiotherapy and perform accuracy and security measures radiation protection in radiology and operating...
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A Qualitative Analysis of Tannin Type and Tannin Content in Meniran Tea (Phyllanthus Niruri Linn.) with Permanganometry Method

Ai Sri Kosnayani, Liah Badriah, R.Reza El Akbar, Asep Kurnia Hidayat
Meniran (Phyllanthus niruri Linn.) extract is known to be a source of antioxidants and non-toxic. The content of antioxidants in meniran is donated by tannin. The use of meniran (Phyllanthus niruri Linn.) extract as an herbal medicine has been widely used. Meniran (Phyllanthus niruri Linn.) can be brewed...
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Family Involvement in the Treatment of Hypertensive Patients using Dunn’s Health Grid: A Multiple Case Study

Antonius Yogi Pratama
Non-communicable diseases such as hypertension have overtaken infectious diseases as the leading causes of death in the world. However, it is considered to be a preventable disease. Family has a role in preventing and controlling this disease. The study aimed to analyze the involvement of family in the...
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The Effect of Stimulating Surah Al-Ikhlas on the Language Development of Autistic Children in Bina Anggita Special School Yogyakarta

Atik Ba'diah
Children with autism have the difficulty expressing affection in the way children without autism do. Children with autism have difficulty in understanding language and verbal communication. The development of speech and communication skills of children with autism differs from children without autism...
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Antiseptics and Deodorizing Mouth Rinse with Red Ginger Juice (Zingiber Officinale var. Rubrum) at Various Concentrations

Betty Saptiwi, Erni Mardiati, Sukini, Surati
Red ginger juice (Zingiber officinale var rubrum) is effectively able to inhibit the growth of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans bacteria. The extract gel of red ginger which is about 4% proved sucessfully to provide the effect of anti inflammation bigger than the extract gel of turmeric rhizome...
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Factors Affecting Anaemia among Pregnant Women in Tegalrejo Public Health Center

Desia Ramadhannanti Kintan, Heni Puji Wahyuningsih, Nanik Setiyawati
Prevalence of anaemia among pregnant women in Indonesia reaches to 37,1%, in DIY 16,09% and in Tegalrejo Public Health Center increased from 21,99% (2016) to 27,4% (2017). Anaemia impacts during pregnancy, childbirth, and infant. The research was aimed to identify factors affecting anaemia among pregnant...
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The Effect of the Peer Education for Adolescent in Improving Knowledge on HIV AIDS Prevention in Sleman Regency

Dewi Ariyaniwulandari, Nur Yeti Syarifah
One of the sustainable development goals (SDG) in 2030 is decreasing HIV AIDS epidemic in all country. The number of HIV AIDS incidence in Sleman Regency is the highest of all regions in the Province Yogyakarta with amount 915 from 2032 case in 2018. Adolescent are the most group which is infected HIV...
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The Comparison of Routine Hematology Test Between Veins and Capillary Blood: Studies on Hematology Analyzer

Dewi Astuti, Eva Ayu Maharani, Fitri Zakiyah
Routine hematological parameters is a basic assessment of blood component, which determines the amount, variation, percentage, concentration, and quality of blood. The type of sample used was venous blood with EDTA anticoagulants. Currently there is a hematology analyzer which analyses capillary blood...
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The Knowledge and Attitude Survey of Posyandu Cadres About the Health of Pregnant Mothers, Infants and Toddlers In Jatinangor Health Center, Jatinagor District, Sumedang Regency

Didah, Ari Indra Susanti, Fardilla Elba
Posyandu (Pos Pelayanan Terpadu) is one form of Communitybased Health Efforts which performed by, from, and with the community to provide convenience for the community and to obtain health services for mothers, infants and toddlers. There are still many problems that occur because of the lack of active...
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Booklet and Support from Husband to Exclusive Breastfeeding

Ditya Fahlevi Safitri, Sari Hastuti, Hesty Widyasih
One of the most influential factors in exclusive breastfeeding is the husband’s support. Giving booklet becomes one way to increase husband’s knowledge, attitude, and support toward breastfeeding. The aims of this study were to identify the effect of giving booklet on husband’s knowledge, attitude, and...
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A Qualitative Research of the Use of Personal Protective Equipment on the Workers of Metal Manufacturing Industry

Erna Agustin Sukmandari, Tangguh Dwi Pramono, Agung Tyas Subekti
Basic metal industry is one of priority industries which includes in upstream industry. The principles of occupational health and safety have to be applied to achieve the optimal productivity. The management of potential hazard and risks needs to be conducted like the use of Personal Protective Equipment...
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Rheumatic Calisthenics To Improve Functional Status Of Elderly Suffering From Joint Pain

Eska Riyanti, Pudjiati
The disease process of the elderly can threaten the independence and quality of life by burdening the ability to perform personal care and daily activities. Elderly with mild functional decline and impaired activity can improve functional status by reducing joint pain during activity and prevent the...
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Preventing Accidents Through the Implementation of The Work Standards in the Welding Workplace

Fakhrida Khairat, Supriatna
Work accident is one thing that must be prevented in the workplace. The risk of work accidents is very high in the welding workplace. This is because the workers use various sources of danger in the form of electricity gas and grinding. They also have the danger of the work environments in the form of...
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Sleep Duration And Depression Among Adolescents From Two ASEAN Countries

heri Susanto, Herry Susanto, Isna Hudaya, Nopi Nur Khasanah, Kurnia Wijayanti
Of particular concern from a health perspective is the evidence that many adolescents appear to get insufficient amounts of sleep. Sleep patterns change considerably from childhood to early adulthood, with dramatic shifts occurring during adolescence, with a tendency towards delayed sleep times and wake-up...
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Effect of Counseling Using Social Capital Implementation on Container Index (CI) of Aedes aegypti Larvae

Heru Kasjono Subaris, Heru Subaris Kasjono, Maria H. Bakri
Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) still becomes one of community health problems in Indonesia, until now it cannot be overcome and become highest dengue fever case in the world. Even it can be found almost in every province in Indonesia. Mosquito nest eradication program (PSN) that has been conducted, and...
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The Effect of Nutrition Messages Through Whatsapp Messenger Applications on Food Intake and Albumin Level In Surgery Patients At Bantul Hospital Yogyakarta

Ida Mardalena, Mundakir
Background. Nutrition status has been known to have a very important role in the process of wound healing surgery. The condition of malnutrition in hospital for patients is also known to affect the length of hospitalization period, changes in clinical conditions, increased use of hospital support resources,...
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The Effect of The Mixed Juice of Carrot and Guava with Iron Supplement for Adolescent with Anemia

Isroni Astuti, Mumun Munigar, Elina Lukman
Anemia is a condition in which the value of Hemogloblin (Hb) in blood is lower than normal. Anemia for adolescents is when hemoglobin levels are less than 12 g/ dl. This research was experimental research. The sample in this research were female students who suffered from anemia from 2 junior high schools...
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Mixed Food Ingredients Formula With Local Ingredients For Under- Five (The Review of Physical Characteristic, Nutrient Content, Protein Quality, Organoleptic and Shelf-Life)

Joko Susilo
Prevalence of malnutrition and under nutrition in Under-five (Weight/Age) in Indonesia in 2013 is 19.6 and in Yogyakarta is 16.2%. It is the biggest six. The prevalence of short and stunting in Under-five (Height/Age) in Indonesia in 2013 is 19.2% and in Yogyakarta is 19.1% and it is the second biggest...
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Midwife service coverage, quality of work, and client health improved after deployment of an OpenSRP-driven client management application in Indonesia

Kevin Kurniawan, Inraini FitriaSyah, Ahmad Rafi Jayakusuma, Resty Asmauryanah Armis, Yusran Lubis, Muhammad Abdi Haryono, Benyamin Harefa, Anuraj Shankar
The quality of maternal and child health services remains suboptimal in most low and middleincome countries (LMIC). Data are routinely collected with paper-based systems but are incomplete, underutilized, and reported as poorly-usable aggregated indicators. Therefore, we developed the Open Smart Register...
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The Effectiveness of Education about Cough Etiquette to Increase Knowledge and Attitude of The Paramedic

Kusbaryanto, Listiowati
Nosocomial infection is a worldwide problem which always increase significantly. To minimize the risk of infection in hospitals, it is necessary to apply the standard precautions. One of which is cough etiquette.This study is aimed to find out the effectiveness of knowledge regarding cough etiquette...
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The Effect of Red Dragon Fruit Extract (Hylocereus Polyrhizus) on Membrane Lipid Peroxidation and Liver Tissue Damage Triggered by Hyperlipidemia in White Rats (Rattus Norvegicus)

Maria Selvester Thadeus, Cut Fauziah, Fajriati Zulfa, Anisah
This study aims to prove that the administration of red dragon fruit extract (Hylocereus polyrhizus) has an effect on membrane lipid peroxidation and liver tissue damage triggered by hyperlipidemia in white rats (Rattus norvegicus). This study used trueexperimental design with using 30 male Wistar rats...
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Consumption of 5 Servings of Fruit and Vegetable and Lipid Profile Improvement on Overweight Adolescents: a Randomized Control Trial

Mohammad Jaelani, Meirina Dwi Larasati, Yuniarti, Wiwik Wijaningsih
Dyslipidemia is associated with obesity. High consumption of fruit and vegetable (FV) might promote the prevention of dyslipidemia. The aim of this study was to determine the effectiveness of 5 servings of FV to improve lipid profile on overweight adolescents. This study was an experimental study with...
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PSP Yogurt Lowers Blood Glucose Levels, Improves Lipid Profile and Antioxidant Status In Diabetic Conditions

Muji Rahayu, M. Atik Martsiningsih
Probiotic can improve the condition of diabetes. Anthocyanins are potent antioxidant compounds. This study aims to analyze the effect of probiotic combination of Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophyllus in the form of yogurt with purple sweet potato (PSP) on blood glucose levels and lipid...
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Therapy Acupressure to Reduce Nausea and Vomiting of Post General Anesthesia in RSUD Wates Kulon Progo

Induniasih, Ana Ratnawati, Mona Indah Muntholib
Postoperative nausea vomiting is one of common side effects within the first 24 hours after general anesthesia. The incidence of postoperative nausea vomiting is approximately 1/3 of all patients undergoing surgery or occurring 30-70% within the first 24 hours. One of the non-pharmacological therapies...
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Study Correlation Between Nutritional Status and Anemia Among Adolescent Girls In Rural Jatinangor

Puspa Sari, Selvy Arcynie Fitry, Astuti Dyah Bestari, Sefita Aryuti Nirmala
Adolescents are the future generation of any country who their nutritional needs are seriously issue of the society. Several factors affect the nutritional status of adolescents, including anemia which the highest risk of suffering are adolescent girls. In this case, anemia can be caused by various causes...
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Readiness Of Community Participation On Household Waste Management at Cililitan, Kramat Jati, East Jakarta

Putri Winda Lestari, Widanarti Setyaningsih
Based on the primary survey, the knowledge, the attitude and the behavior on household waste management at Cililitan was well adequate but there are still residents who have not managed household waste properly. Infrastructure, community, and organization readiness are important in making sustainable...
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Buk Edi (Education Book) Increases Attitude Of Pre-Diabetes Prevention And Its Complications In Bangsal District Of Kediri

Erva Elli Kristanti, Vitria Wahyu Astuti
Pre-diabetes can be experienced by any- one with several risk factors including age more than/equal to 25 years with an increase in fasting blood sugar by 1-2 mg per year and blood sugar two hours after eating 5.6-13 mg per year. Prevention strategies for both the pro- gression of pre-diabetes and diabetes...
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Daun Kelor (Moringa oleifera L.) as an Alternative Resource of Isoflavone for Postmenopausal Women

Rehuel Christian, Theresia P.E. Sanubari, Kristiawan P.A. Nugroho
Post menopausal women experience physiology and dietary pattern changes which impact their health status. Hormonal changes, especially the decreased of estrogen, considered as a main trigger of health issue like osteoporosis in postmenopausal women. While, hormon replacement therapy has many side effects,...
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HbA1c as Glycemic Control is Associated with Triglycerides Levels in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Retno Martini Widhyasih, Siti Evi Nurshofi
Based on WHO data in 2017, around 150 million people suffer from diabetes mellitus worldwide and it is estimated that this number can double by 2025. Most of this increase will occur in developing countries due to population growth, aging, unhealthy diets, obesity and sedentary lifestyle. Type 2 Diabetes...
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Lumbar Cold Compresses Reduce Pain After Surgery

Retno Setyawati, Furaida Khasanah, Suyanto
Postoperative pain is an unpleasant experience. Most patients undergoing surgery will experience pain. Pain sensations are varied. The actions of nurses independently have an important role in reducing postoperative pain. This study aims to see the effect of cold compresses on the lumbar area in reducing...
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Home-based Video Module for Balance Exercise (Bal Ex): A Cost Effective tool for Peripheral Vestibular Disorders patient

Rosminah M., Selvy Arcynie Fitry, Normani Z.
Bal Ex module video is a fully structured homed-based video and audio guided tool developed to assist Peripheral Vestibular (PVD) patients in their treatment process. We aimed to assess the cost effectiveness of this tool as a guide to health policy makers. Complete CEA was conducted on data set prospectively...
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The Analysis of Bacteriology And Antibiotic Resistance to Salmonella Isolated in Fried Rolled Eggs at The Elementary School in Jatinegara District November-December 2017

Siska Yolanda, Meiskha Bahar, Cut Fauziah
Egg is one of the substances that is usually used to produce food. Street foods with egg as the main substance that are usually sold around an Elementary School located in Jatinegara district is telurgulung (fried rolled eggs). Salmonella is the bacteria that can be found in every food that contains...
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The Effect Of Soil contamination By Ascaris Lumbricoides Worm Eggs on The Incidence Of Intestinal Worms in RT 02 RW 05 In Herga Manah Village, East Cikarang, Bekasi West Jawa, Indonesia 2016

Siti Kusumawati, siti Siti Kusumawati, Moh Moh. Ichsan Sudjarno
According to WHO report 2012, 1(one) billion people suffer from worm diseases infected by Ascaris lumbricoides ;795 million byT. trichiura; and 740 million by hookworms (Ancylostoma duodenale and Necator americanus). Theinfection comes from contamination soil by ingestion of (A. lumbricoides and T. trichiura)...
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An Addition of Boric Acid To Test The Number of Urine Cylinders

Siti Nuryani, Bambang Bambang Supriyanta, Doni Doni Wahyu Saputra, Narendra Narendra Yoga Hendarta
Urinalisa is a screening test to determine kidney disorders, urinary tract or metabolic disorders. Urinalysis must be done when the sample is still fresh. Delays in examinations will have a major effect on the stability of the test and the validity of the results of the examination. In the stages of...
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Larvicidal Effect of Kenikir Leaves Extract (Cosmos caudatus Kunth.) Against Aedes aegypti L. Larvae Vector of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever

Siti Zainatun Wasilah, Budi Budi Setiawan
Background : Mosquito population is a well-known vector in transmitting many types of diseases causing serious public health problems (Gubler 1995; Lam, 1993; Nazri et al. 2013). Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is a disease caused by Dengue Virus that transmitted y mosquito bites of Aedes aegypti. Prevention...
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The Use of Brewed Herbs Mouthwash for Overcoming Morning Sickness

Sri Widatiningsih, Siti Rofiah, Ristiyanawati
The most common discomfort at first trimester of pregnancy is nausea followed by vomiting, known as morning sickness. The condition tends to be worse if it is not treated properly, which will cause poor pregnancy outcome. Some brewed herbs including cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg can be used as mouthwash...
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Acupressure on Acupoint SP6 and LI4 Against the Level of Pain and the Old Labor Active Phase I in Inpatient Clinics of Yogyakarta

Sujiyatini, Nur Djanah, Woro Wahyuningsih Suwandi
Women will experience pain during the birth process of their baby. Pain that is not controlled will affect the duration of the first period which affects pain in the mother and baby. This study describes the effect of acupressure on acupoint SP6 and LI4 on pain intensity and length of labor during the...
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Pre Elementary Study: Factors Related To Stroke in Semarang With Cohort Retrospective Approach

Suyanto, Moh Arifin Noor, Ahmad Ikhlasul Amal
Stroke is a disease of vascular disorders. Many factors can contribute to stroke. These factors include gender, age, history of hypertension, and history of diabetes mellitus. This is a factor that influences the incidence of stroke. Method: Cohort retrospective method used of this study. The sample...
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Analysis of Household Waste Management at Cililitan, Kramat Jati Sub-District, East Jakarta

Widanarti Setyaningsih, Putri Winda Lestari
Landfill waste increased 2-4% oc- curs in large cities every year. This is a serious matter if there is no availability of infrastructure and public awareness on waste management. It will give bad impact on health, environmental pollution and socio-economic problems. This study aims to determine the...
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Knowledge as the most related factor to individual dietary of persons with DM Type II genetical History in 1st Kesugihan Public Health of Cilacap Regency

Yuni Sapto Edhy Rahayu, Engkartini, Dwi Nurhaeni
Type 2 Diabetes mellitus is described as a metabolic abnormality caused by various etiologies such as genetical history, unbalanced dietary, and sedentary life style. Genetical hystory is a risk factor that cannot be changes. Peoples with genetical hystory should be changed their live style, especially...
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Caring is Not a One Man Show”: Family Caregiver’s Experiences in Caring the Dependent Elderly in Brunei Darussalam

Deeni Rudita Idris, Armah Tengah, Salmah Mohd Noor
Advanced in healthcare technology, medical sciences and health care system have resulted in considerable prolongation of life. Ageing population is increasing globally. An old age is a period of the individual suffers losses in physical appearance, strength, role and status, which resulted in increase...
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The Effectiveness of Moringa Seed Powder as Coagulant in Reducing Turbidity of Water Containing Iron Ion in 2017

Lisa Desembra, Endang Uji Wahyuni, Syarifuddin
Ground water is a source of clean water that is often used by people for daily activities. Physically, clean water is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and not turbid. Turbidity and levels of iron ions in ground water can be lowered by using moringa (Moringa oleifera) seed powder as coagulant. Niazynin...