Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Sustainable Innovation 2019 – Health Science and Nursing (IcoSIHSN 2019)

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The Effect of Ageratum conyzoides L on Hepatocellular Carcinoma Rats Induced by DMBA based on In Vivo-In Silico Study

Heni Ratnasari, Aulia Rahma, Rifki Febriansah
Liver cancer is the second most common cause of cancer deaths worldwide. Treatment that has been carried out was chemotherapy which has many disadvantages. Bandotan Herb (Ageratum conyzoides L.) containing flavonoid compounds was used as chemopreventive agents. This research was experimental study using...

Effectiveness evaluation of chlorhexidine and hydrogen peroxide combination toward anaerobic gingival sulcus bacteria

Arya Adiningrat, Uray Lacti, Yasinta Pangastuti, Pandu Kridalaksana
—Anaerobic bacteria in the gingival sulcus is the critical etiological factor for initiation and development of periodontal disease such as gingivitis and periodontitis. In addition to scaling and other regular treatments, supporting treatment such as giving irrigating solution using chlorhexidine and...

Distribution of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) in Regards to Age and Sex in Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Tri Kesetyaningsih
Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is a disease that has a rapid geographical spread and the number of occurrences is increasing. The disease is transmitted through the bite of Aedes aegypti or Aedes albopictus which sucks human blood during the day, so that the tramission might be related to human activities....

Different Effects of Testosterone to the Expression of Endothelial COX-2 in Normal and High Glucose Environment

Ikhlas Jenie, Budi mulyono, Soedjono Aswin, Sri Soedjono
Male is one of the risk factors for the development of cardiovascular diseases. It is suggested that testosterone (T) may contribute to cardiovascular events, which is initiated by platelet adhesion, activation, and aggregation. Endothelial cells (EC) prevent platelet activation by synthesizing and releasing...

Sea Cucumber As An Alternative Supplement In Increasing Bone Health

Meiky Fredianto, Nicko Rachmanio, Muhammad Dias
Nutrition is an important factor in maintaining bone health, such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, protein, and iron. Sea cucumber is one of sea creatures that has plenty of nutrition which is for the body. Objective : To compare the nutrition of Susu sea cucumber, Gosok sea cucumber, Gamat sea cucumber,...

Evaluation of the Use of Intra Uterine Device Postpartum (IUDPP) in Spontaneously and Cesarean Section Labor

Ivanna Brahmana, Sri Nurul
Family Planning (KB) Postpartum is important because postpartum control is safe and can increase family planning coverage, be effective in terms of time and reduce Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR). Postpartum family planning coverage is still very low. Objective : To making evaluation of postpartum IUDs...

Benign Migratory Glossitis in a-4-year-old boy: A Case Report

Dwi Suhartiningtyas, Novitasari Astuti, Inten Tejaning Asih
Benign Migratory Glossitis (BMG) is a benign condition on dorsal lateral of the tongue and asymptomatic with a movable pattern. The characteristic of the lesion is an erythematous patch surrounded by yellowish white bands with elevated and irregular edges. Benign Migratory Glossitis is often found accidentally...

Diuretic Effect of the Aqueous Extract of Green Tea Leaves

Agustina Susilowati
The use of diuretics is needed in situations that require increased liquid excretory, one of which is hypertension. Green tea leaves are natural ingredients containing catechin polyphenols (flavonoids). This study aims to determine the diuretic effect of the aqueous extract of green tea leaves (AEGTL)....

Fraction From Rice Bran Oil Using Ultrasonic Methods and Analysis Of Antioxidant Effectiveness

Alif Gita Arumsari, Alif Arumsari, Ratri ariatmi Nugrahani, Tri yuni Hendrawati
Rice (Oryza sativa) is one of the main cereals in the world, especially in Asian countries. Rice bran, one of the byproducts of rice dehulling, has gained a lot of popularity as a functional foodstuff in recent years. The purpose of this study was to extract Ferulic Acid from the phenolic fraction of...

The Outcomes of Invitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer in Endometriosis-Associated Infertility: A Case Control Study

Alfaina Wahyuni
The pathophysiology of infertility in endometriosis is still controversial and widely investigated. Several mechanisms are put forward. Whether In Vitro Fertilization-Embryo Transfer (IVF-ET) program in endometriosis is a solution to improve the fertility still needs further studied. Objective : To compare...

The Evaluation of Antibiotic Use in Adult Patients With Pneumonia

Indriastuti Cahyaningsih, Riska Aulia
Pneumonia is one of the most common forms of upper respiratory tract infection. Currently pneumonia is the third leading cause of death in Indonesia and the sixth cause of death in the world. One of the therapies used for pneumonia is antibiotics, but inappropriate use of antibiotics can cause resistance...

A Clinical Evaluation on the Tooth Root Canal Treatment for Pulpal Necrosis and Irreversible Pulpitis in Academic Dental Hospital

Sofiani Erma, Mayank Sari
Clinical evaluation is one of the most practical evaluations of root canal treatment. The success of root canal treatment can be seen in a period of 6 months to 4 years. The success rate of root canal treatment after clinical and radiographic evaluation ranges from 83% to 96% depending on pulp status...

Lung Agenesis: An Embryological Perspective

Nur Hayati, M. Bambang edi Susyanto
Lung agenesis or aplasia is a very rare congenital anomaly. It is estimated at 34 per million live births. The etiology of this disorder has not been clearly known. Failure of development of the primitive lung bud leads is the cause of this condition. In half of these cases, it has been reported in...

The Influence of Corneal Foreign Body on Eye Infection

Nur Meida, Ika Setyawati
Background: A corneal foreign body is one of the main causes of blindness. The effects can range from mild infections (corneal abration, keratitis) to severe damage (endophthalmitis) depending on the type of material. Late-stage complications can cause permanent blindness. Objective: This study aimed...

Follicular Analysis Graafian Follicle Due To Giving Red Fruit Oil Extract

Bahrah, Bahrah, Suryono, Melyana Widyawati
The occurrence of hormonal reproduction disorders in women is one of the risk factors for the occurrence of infertility influencing the process of folliculogenesis. Hormonal disorders need to be overcome through conventional medicine, one of which is Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) hormonal therapy...

Chemopreventive Activity of Roselle’s Hexane Fraction against Breast Cancer by In-Vitro and In-Silico Study

Nabila Kaulika, Rifki Febriansah
Breast cancer is ranked the highest percentage of the new cases and deaths in women around the world. Cancer treatments that currently exist cause side effects that are detrimental to patients triggering the development of cancer treatment that comes from nature or herbal plants. Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa...

The Effect of Mackerel Meat on the Number of Purkinje Cell in the Cerebellum of Congenital Hypothyroid Rat (Rattus norvegicus)

Idiani Darmawati, Rijal Saputro, Zulkhah Noor
Early detection through screening of congenital hypothyroid is not a regular program of the government .. so that cases of congenital hypothyroid can not be managed appropriately. Therefore, it needs to be done the research .about the benefits of the granting of a bloated fish containing omega-3 on...

Self-Efficacy and Self-Care of Diabetes Mellitus Patient: a Literature Review

Leya Permatasari
Diabetes mellitus is a chronic illness which needs a long term treatment. Patients could manage their condition with self-efficacy and self-care to avoid complication. This research aimed to explain about self-efficacy and self-care of diabetes mellitus patients. This research methodology was a literature...

The Effectiveness of The Use of Cervical Cancer Prevention Guideline Book on Women Participation in Visual Inspection with Acetic acid (VIA)

Ana Nisak, Atun Wigati, Zaenal Fanani, Noor Cholifah
Cervical cancer is the second leading cause of death for women in the world after breast cancer. It is estimated that every 40-45 new cases occur and around 20-25 people die due to cervical cancer. In Kudus , the coverage of early detection of cervical cancer by the VIA method is only 2% of the number...

Older Adults’ Acceptance of Death: A Grounded Theory Approach

Minnie Mamauag
The issue of death anxiety and fear of death has been a great concern of health care providers due to its emotional and behavioral outcomes among the recipients of care. Theoretical propositions and observed findings on death concept have not been thoroughly examined in nursing researches specifically...

The Eating And Drinking Habits Of Children At Kudus, Central Java,Indonesia

Ika Tristanti, Nasriyah, Ummi Kulsum, Islami
97.7% of children in Indonesia evidently consume less vegetables and fruits but eat more snack and instant drinks. Some of those snacks sometimes contain microbes, additives and harmful substances such as formalin, borax, artificial coloring, flavor enhancer, artificial sweeteners which lead to several...

The Effect of Hydrotherapy on Blood Pressure of The Hypertensive Patients in Public Hospital of RA. Kartini Jepara

Dewi Hartinah, Andy Sofyan, Siswanto, Ahmad Syafiq
Hypertension as a cardiovascular disease with a worldwide cases estimate of 1.39 billion in 2016. RA Kartini Jepara General Hospital in 2015 recorded a total of cases of essential hypertension and other hypertension, as many as 464 among 24,674 cases of non-contagious diseases in the community health...

The Effect of Psychoeducation Therapy on Mothers’ Behavior in Providing Nutrition to Infants Aged 0-6 Months in The Community Empowerment Agency of Sri Astutik, S.St., Warungering, Kedungpring, Lamongan

Heny Ekawati, Diah Martini, Lilis Maghfuroh
Psychoeducation Therapy is a life skill training providing psychological information services either individually or in groups to improve a client's ability in providing nutrition to infants aged 0-6 months. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the group psychoeducation on mothers’...

The Effectiveness of Clinical Instructor Behavior on Competence Achievement of Midwifery Clinical Practices

Noor Azizah, Ummi Kulsum, Yulisetyaningrum, Sri Karyati
Midwifery clinical learning for midwifery students aims to improve their knowledge, skills and attitude. Clinical learning methods then provide experiences for students to learn in real cases. The role of Clinical instructors in cultivating students’ competences is very important to obtain the expected...

Drug Abuse and Relapse Prevention Mechanisms: A Phenomenological Study on The Lived Experiences of Former Drug Users in Yogyakarta Indonesia

Yanuar Fahrizal, Achir Hamid, Novy Daulima
The relapse of drug abuse is the most difficult problem that former drug users must face. This problem will continue to exist Until the moment when the drug users are able to stop consuming the drugs. The process of recovery is a process which the drug users take as their efforts to stop consuming drugs...

Psychometric Testing of Instrument for Assessment of Nursing Students Professional Behavior in Indonesia

Wulan Noviani, Chong Mei Chan, Tang Li Yoong
Professional behavior is a crucial aspect of nursing career success as professional nurses. Nursing education plays an essential role to educate the nursing student to manage the complex demand in health care environment accordingly. However, the instrument to measure professional behavior among nursing...

Religiosity, Social Support and Anxiety in Mothers of Children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Umi Fetriyah, Rifa’atul Mahmudah, Alsia Damayanti, Syamsul Firdaus
The incidence of acute lymphoblastic leukemia cancer continues to increase every year. Child with cancer and undergoing therapy causes anxiety for parents such as sleep disorder, inability to make decisions, and panic. Severe anxiety contributes to decrease quality of life. Factors that are needed in...

Correlation between Gestational and Maternal Age with Pathological Neonatal Jaundice

Umi Fetriyah, Anggrita Sari, Dini Rahmayani, Fitri Yuliana, Reni Jayanti
Pathologic jaundice is one of the causes of neonatal death, among the risk factor is pre-term pregnancy that causes prematurity. It affects the growth of the fetus due to the immaturity of the reproductive organs. The main objective of this study is to analyze the correlation between gestational and...

Programme of Eradicating Pasung in Lamongan Through Community Mental Health Nursing Approach

Abdul Rokhman, Nur Hidayati, Moh. Saifudin
Background. Pasung (physical restraint) in people with mental illness is commonly found in Lamongan. In 2014, Lamongan Government launched the 2017 Lamongan Free from Pasung program based on Community Mental Health Nursing (CMHN). The aim of this program was to free all patients in pasung throughout...

The Prevalence and Associated Factors of Stunting Children in Rural Area, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Titih Huriah, Elfiza Fitriami, Erviana, Arif Rahman
The case of stunting in Indonesia was higher and still becomes an important issue in poor rural areas. Research objective is to examine the prevalence rate and associated factors with stunting in children aged 6-59 months in rural areas of Bantul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This study applied a case-control...

The Influence of Parenting and Birth Order in Correlation with School Phobia

Sylvi Harmiardillah, Dadang Kusbiantoro, Siti Sholikhah
School phobia is a constant and unrealistic fright that usually happened on a child which can disturb his or her pre school period. This study aims to know the relationship between parenting and birth order and school phobia. An analytic approach with a correlation design was applied. The population...

The Effectiveness of Family Supportive Therapy toward Family Rejection and Attitude to Patient with Schizophrenia

Kellyana Irawati, Budi Keliat, Mustikasari
Family negative attitudes and family rejection against family members with mental illness increased the incidence of recurrence in patients with a mental disorder. The study aimed to determine the effect of supportive therapy on family attitudes and family rejection of family members with mental disorder...

The Effectiveness of Balance Exercise for Older People in Posyandu Wreda Pratama Padukuhan Kalirandu, Bangunjiwo, Kasihan, Bantul Yogyakarta

Dinasti Binoriang
Aging is a natural process characterized by the decrease in the function of various organs of the body. This process is causing older people to have the risk of various health problems. One of the health problems this experienced by older people is body balance disorders. Body balance is influenced by...

Using the Objective Structured Clinical Examination for Evaluation Nursing Students’ Performances in Psychiatric Nursing Practicum

Kesorn Saithanu, Somchit Luprasong, Sanguan Thanee
The purpose of this descriptive research study was to examine the outcome of the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) on nursing students’ performances in psychiatric nursing area. The participants were 62 of 4th year nursing students in Faculty of Nursing, Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand....

The Effect of Aromatherapy Massage on Sleep Quality of Patients with Cancer

Wasijati, Wasijati, Agung Waluyo, Riri Maria
The inability to have a good quality sleep could increase the risk of cancer to become more agressive. This condition occured because the immune system was disturbed so that the ability of the immune system to take control or control cancer cells reduced. This research aimed to determine the effect of...

Identification of Modifiable Risk Factors of Hypertension Among Undergraduate Students

Ambar Relawati, Mayasari, Yanti Auliyantika
Hypertension is a major health problem. High prevalence of hypertension contributes to an increase risk of cardiovascular disease which is the first cause of death in the world. In relation to students, they also have risk, such as smoking, consuming alcohol, consuming coffee, stress, consuming high-salt...

Promoting Oxygen Saturation and Relaxation Level through Pursed Lip Breathing Exercise and Progressive Muscle Relaxation in Patients with Lung Cancer

Ratna Dinaryanti, Yulia, Masfuri
The most common symptoms in lung cancer are dyspnea and anxiety that cause restlessness on patients. This study aimed to identify the impact of PLB and PMR training program on the increase of oxygen saturation level and relaxation in patients with lung cancer. The study design was Quasy Experiment with...

The Application of Revised Trauma Score Assessment System for Trauma Patient in Emergency Department of PKU Muhammadiyah Bantul Hospital

Azizah Khoiriyati, Al Afik
Nurses in the Emergency department of PKU Muhammadiyah Bantul Hospital do not have the instruments to conduct trauma assessments to injured patients. The Rapid Trauma Score (RTS) is an instrument for assessing quickly and precisely cases of injury or trauma. RTS is considered easy and simple for trauma...

The Impact of Community-based Health Education to Improve Quality of Nursing Services for People with Hypertension : A Literature Review

Sitti Nasela, Roni Latumenasse, Cut Tatisina, Neti Juniarti, Mamat Lukman
Essential hypertension is the most popular catastrophic case in Indonesia referred from primary health services to hospitals. High number of morbidity and mortality caused by hypertension increases financial burden of a state for catastrophic diseases. The current effort of our government to prevent...

The Correlation between Body Mass Index Physical Fitness Level and Systolic Blood Pressure in Late Adolescent in School of Nursing Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

Nurvita Risdiana, Syahruramdhani, Ristyo Utari
Lately, the dynamic fast pace of modern world has led people to live a sedentary lifestyle, which is defined as lifestyle with lack of physical activity. Such kind of lifestyle would have an effect on Body Mass Index (BMI), Physical Fitness Level (PFL) and Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP). The fact that...

Development of Problem-Based Learning Model at The Faculty of Nursing, Ubon Ratchathani University

Pailin Pinthong, Penpuk Chaisongmuang
Thinking is the basis of intelligence; Therefore, the development of learners’ critical thinking skill is necessary. Problem-based learning (PBL) is one of the most popular teaching methods in nursing courses. Whether or not PBL is successful depends on many factors. This article describes the application...

Javanese Women’s Perception of Husband’s Support in Women Reproductive Health

Yusi Afsah, Yuni Astuti, Siti Azizah, Bayu Muflihin
The husband’s involvement in reproductive health is a complex process of social and behavioral change. The role of men in women’s health I Indonesia felt to be very low for various reasons that have taken root in Indonesian society which tends to be patriarchal, in Javanese particularly. This descriptive...

Experiences of Nurses in the Implementation of Hospital Disaster Plan: A Phenomenological Study

Al Afik, Azizah Khoiyati
The role of nurses in each phase of disaster management is regulated in the Hospital Disaster Plan (HDP) prepared by the hospital management. The experiences of nurses in handling disaster at various stages need to be explored. The aim of the study is to get description of nurses’ experiences in HDP...

The Factors Influencing Sleep Quality of Pregnant Women in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Yuni Astuti, Yusi Afsah
Most of the pregnant women had sleep disorders during pregnancy. The factors that can cause sleep disorder are physical and physiological adaptation. This study aimed to identify sleep quality experienced by pregnant women and factors associated with it. A cross-sectional study was designed to collect...

Combination of Thought Stopping Therapy and Progressive Muscle Relaxation to Reduce Anxiety

Laili Hidayati, Budi Keliat, Ice Wardani
Clients with physical illness tend to experience anxiety and the condition can worsen their physical condition. In general hospital, nursing intervention still, focuses on the physical problems and gives less attention to the psychological problems. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of...

The Effect of Laughter Therapy to Decrease Blood Pressure in Patients with Hypertension Patients at Welahan 1 Primary Health Care

Rizka Himawan, Meisella Aryatu, Rusnoto, Indanah
Hypertension is a disease experienced by the world's population. However, only one of three people who suffers from hypertension are aware of the circumstances and 61% of the samples is treatment. There are Concerns that emergence of new problems in hypertension will cause mental emotional disorder....

The Development of Online OSCE Prototype for OSCE in School of Nursing: Lesson Learned

Yanuar Primanda, Resti Sutrisno, Fahni Haris
Conventionally, paper is used for scoring Objectives Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). This paper-based system is not only time consuming, but also high in possibility of error, subjective, and not effective. The objective of this paper was to discuss the development of Online OSCE (ON-OSCE) application...

The Effect of Breathing Exercise and Range of Motion (ROM) Exercise towards the Decrease of Intradialysis Fatigue Level in Hemodialysis Unit at Dr. Adjidarmo Hospital, Banten

Diana Djupri, Krisna Yetti, Masfuri
Fatigue is a condition of the patient's response that appears after the treatment which is one of the nursing problems in patients receiving hemodialysis therapy. The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of breathing exercise and Range of Motion (ROM) exercise towards the decrease of intradialysis...

The Effect of Poster-Based Pictorial Health Warning Quit Smoking Behavior Toward the Adolescents of Tlogo, Tamantirto, Kasihan, Bantul

Rizaluddin Akbar, Moh Afandi
The Government of Indonesia in 28 PERMENKES explains Pictorial Health Warning or Health Warnings and Writings are images that provide information about the dangers of smoking. Drawings and Writings Health Warnings should have the meanings printed together with the Tobacco Products Packaging and are not...

Knowledge and Attitudes Towards People with Dementia among General Population in Yogyakarta

Sri Mulyani, Eria Artanti, Azam Saifullah
Dementia has become the leading cause of disability in elderly and contributed to the care burden in many countries, including Indonesia. The family and community play the key role in caring and supporting dementia patients. Their knowledge about dementia and attitudes toward dementia patients will impact...