Proceedings of the 2nd Syedza Saintika International Conference on Nursing, Midwifery, Medical Laboratory Technology, Public Health, and Health Information Management (SeSICNiMPH 2021)

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The Effectiveness of Education Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Care on Nurse’s Skills in PCI Care at Dr. M.Djamil Padang in 2020

Sila Dewi Anggreni, Reflita, Efira
Nurse skills are very important in treating patients with PCI (Percutaneous Coronary Intervention). If the actions taken are not appropriate, it will have an impact on the patient’s condition and even cause death. In theory, behavior or skills can be improved by the learning process. This study aims...
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The Effect of Ethical Moral Stimulation on Psychosocial Development of Toddlers

Zolla Amely Ilda, Tisnawati
Disorders of psychosocial development of toddlers causes various problems in social interaction and behavior, such as a moral crisis in the future. Bullying and fights among toddlers are the form of unsuccessful moral and ethical values educations in the early childhood. Psychosocial development in toddlers...
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Overview of HDL, LDL, Triglycerides, and Total Cholesterol in Obese Patients

Rina Setyawati, Martua Lasroha
Obesity occurs because of the accumulation of fat in the body and can occur due to high cholesterol so that it can interfere with health. This study aims to provide an overview of HDL, LDL, triglycerides, and total cholesterol in obese patients. This method is by calculating the Body Mass Index (BMI)...
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The Differences of Sleepping Quality of the Elderly People Between Progressive Muscle Relaxation Interventions and Spiritual Therapy (Zikir)

Suhaimi, Delima
Sleeping quality of the oldest people is often disturbed, 60.1% of the old people experience insomnia. The aim of this research is to analyze the quality difference of sleeping for the oldest people between the progressive muscle relaxation intervention and spiritual therapy (zikir) at Public Health...
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Combination Effect of Ethanol Extract of Pomegranate Peel (Punica granatum L.) and Lemongrass Stalk (Cymbopogon citratus) Against Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 6538

Suci Ahda Novitri, Neng Fisheri Kurniati
Staphylococcus aureus is one of the bacteria that cause infectious diseases. Some cases were found to be antibiotic-resistant. That is why the development of natural antibiotics is necessary. The objectives of this study are to determine the effect of an antibacterial test from ethanol extract of pomegranate...
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A Review of the Impact of Early Tracheostomy Among Head Injury Patients

Salizar Mohamed Ludin, Muhammad Farhan Mahmud
Individual suffers from a head injury required a specific plan of treatment and nursing care to achieve the best outcome they could have. The initiation of tracheostomy is one of the interventions that may be executed on head injury patients especially for those with prolonged respiratory issue. Early...
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The Prevalence of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Melaka State, Malaysia

Selamat Yasin, Mohd Said Nurumal, Muhammad Lokman Isa, Khamarul Arifin Arif, Anuwar Arif Mohd Omar, Ting Seng Kiat, Syamsul Ahmad Arifin
The prognosis following an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) is often very poor. The outcomes, as well as the essential needs of public area rescue workers will influence the effectiveness and possibly improve the survival rate. This is a retrospective study using representative data through screening...
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Being a Parent of the Sickest Child: Malaysian Perspectives

W Solihatul Hafidzah Wan Mohd Annuar, Lee Siew Pien, Aniawanis Makhtar
Mechanically ventilated children make up a small but growing segment of society’s vulnerable population. The aim of the study was to understand the caring experiences of parents toward their mechanically ventilated children. This interpretive descriptive study was performed in the PICU of one tertiary...
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Prevalence and Associated Factors of Smoking Among Male Undergraduate Students in International Islamic University Malaysia

Junainah Azmi, Sharifah Munirah Syed Elias, Mohd Said Nurumal, Hanida Hani Mohd Mokhktar
Objective: The aims of this study were to determine the prevalence and associated factors of smoking among male undergraduate students in International Islamic University Malaysia. Methods: A cross-sectional survey was done on 552 samples of male undergraduate students of International Islamic University...
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Mother’s Resilience When Confirmed Positive for Covid-19

Sumiati Sinaga, Chrisyen Damanik
Resilience is the ability to be able to adapt to the conditions faced by someone and is needed by someone who has COVID-19. The purpose of this study was to explore the experience of mothers in increasing resilience when confirmed positive for COVID-19. The method used in this study is qualitative with...
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Understanding Unmet Needs and Correlated Factors in Patients with Cancer Undergoing Medical Treatment

Wahyu Dewi Sulistyarini, Rusdi
Background: Cancer is increasing, while advanced cancer treatment patients can even life a relatively long life. However, this condition is allowed the possibility of unmet needs increasing in cancer patients and lead to considerable symptom for patients including physical, psychological, emotional and...
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Expressive Writing Therapy and Disclosure Emotional Skills on the Improvement of Mental Disorder Patients Control Hallucinations

Rusdi, Siti Kholifah
Mental disorders have symptoms of disorders Sensory perception, hallucinations are a response to give perceptions or opinions about the environment without any real objects or stimuli, the handling of patients with hallucinations needs to be done quickly and precisely by professional staff including...
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The Relation Availability of Facilities and Family Support with Covid-19 Prevention

Mellia Fransiska, Deviana Susanti, Evi Susanti, Ayu Nurdiyan, Rima Berlian Putri, Debby Ratno Kustanto, Rahmi Kurnia Gustin
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease that has become a global pandemic. The number of cases of COVID-19 continues to increase from year to year. Covid-19 cases in Payakumbuh City until December 2020 were 592 cases. One of the enabling and reinforcing factors in preventing Covid-19...
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Factors Related to Work Fatigue on Workers at the Landfill of Padang City

Afdhal Rada Utama, Oktariyani Dasril, Inge Angelia
Based on data from The Employment Social Security Administration in 2018, the number of work accidents is 147,100 cases. One of the factors that influence work accidents is fatigue. The motivation behind this review was to decide the connection between nutritional status, workload, and physical environment...
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Abelmoschus Manihot L as Fever Reducing (Adverse Event Following Immunization) After Dtp-Hb-Hib Vaccine

Kholilah Lubis, Nopa Darmiati, Desti Nataria, Indah Putri Ramadhanti, Riri Aprianti
Fever is a common clinical complaint for toddler as well as a frequently reported Adverse Event Following Immunization (AEFI) after DTP-HB-Hib vaccine administration. Commonly, the parent used a reliever as a drugs fever. Naturally, therapies from natural products consider better than chemical drugs...
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The Effect of Decoction of Moringa Leaves (Moringa Oleifera) on Blood Sugar Levels in Type II Diabetes Mellitus Patients

Siska Sakti Angraini, Ibrahim Ibrahim, Fanny Jesica, Ramah Hayu
Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a gathering of metabolic sicknesses described by hyperglycemia that happens because of deformities in insulin discharge, insulin action or both. One of the actions to treat diabetes mellitus non-pharmacologically is by a decoction of Moringa leaves. This review means to decide...
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Birth Plan Assistance as a Way to Increase Birth Preparation and Parenthood Readiness

Ayu Nurdiyan, Indah Putri Ramadhanti, Lady Wizia
After acquiring information on pregnancy and childbirth processes, pregnant women will create a written legal document which called a birth plan. Birth plan is the central axis of therapeutic relationship that develops between pregnant women and midwives, and it guides health care from conception until...
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The Effectiveness of Fe and Folic Acid Tablet Intake Towards Changes in Hemoglobin Value in the Blood of Anemia Pregnant Women

Silvi Zaimy, Ika Yulia Darma, Meldafia Idaman
Lack of hemoglobin in the blood (anemia) is a nutritional problem that is often experienced during pregnancy, which consequently causes growth disorders, development and complications during pregnancy and childbirth, which have an impact on maternal and infant mortality. In Indonesia, 5 out of 10 pregnant...
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The Correlation Health Education and Level Student’s Knowledge of Drugs at The SMK Pembangunan

J Junios, Arrahman Hidayat, Evi Susanti
Health education is an effort to create public behavior that is conducive to health. This study aims to investigate the correlation between health education and the level of knowledge of students about drugs in the SMK Pembangunan. This research method uses an analytic method with a cross-sectional approach....
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Effects of Tomato Juice and Honey on Haemoglobin Level of Pregnant Women

Yuhendri Putra, Evi Susanti, Ayu Nurdiyan
Pregnancy is a very important event for pregnant women and their partners, and this is also a crisis of maturity. Haemoglobin levels in pregnancy periodically decrease in the third trimester because of haemodilution. Currently therapies that are often used are giving tomato juice with honey to haemoglobin...
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The Effect of Prenatal Yoga on Hb Level and Bodyweight of Second- and Third-Trimester Pregnant

Farida Tandi Bara, Febriani Tandipasang
Maternal mortality is closely related to anemia. The results of RISKESDAS 2018 regarding anemia in pregnant women showed a score of 48.9%. Besides anemia, another indicator to predict risk in pregnancy is weight gain. One of the solutions to improve maternal health and prevent complications is through...
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Interaction of Health Variables with Economic Variables (Case Study in West Sumatera)

Syamsul Amar, Ali Anis, Alpon Satrianto, Ariusni
This study was conducted to examine the interaction of health variables like (the expectancy of life, nutrition and morbidity) with economic variables (the economic growth). This study using the analytical method with Granger causality test, the function of impulse response and prediction of error variance...
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Factors Related to the Incidence of Cervical Cancer in M. Djamil Hospital Padang in 2021

Yuliva, Mahdalena Prihatiningsih, Rindu Reswari
Indonesia gets the third position of the countries with the highest death rate from cervical cancer in the last three years (42.2%), while West Sumatera province gets the eight position of the highest cervical cancer case. The number cervical cancer patients in M. Djamil hospital Padang in 2019 was 118...
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Simple Incubator Model for Preventing Hypothery in Low-Birth-Weight Babies

Eravianti, Haspita Rizki, Surya Handini
The infant mortality rate (IMR) is still one of the main health problems in Indonesia. Low birth weight is the most elevated indicator of newborn child mortality, particularly in the principal month of life. Based on the health profile of West Sumatra, of all infants weighed in 2017, 2.3% of LBW infants...
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The Effectiveness of Touch Therapy on Increasing Body Temperature of Low Birth Weight Babies

Ade Nurhasanah Amir, Marisa Lia Anggraini, Putri Minas Sari, Honesty Diana Morika, Eliza Arman, Hartati Deri Manila
Background: Low birth weight baby is one with a birth weight of less than 2500 grams. The number of premature babies is tended to increase from year to year at the MA Hanafiah Hospital Batusangkar. Low birth weight babies are at risk for hypothermia and will leads to death. Touch therapy can be considered...
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The Effect of Birth Ball Therapyon Labor Pain in Providing Excellent Service at Setia Clinic Padang Pariaman

Aprima Yona Amir, Hartati Deri Manila, Fafelia Rozyka Meysetri, Ramah Hayu
Physiologically, labour pain or pain arises due to the physical response and psychological response experienced by the mother. Anxiety to fear can make the perception of pain during labour more severe. This event can trigger a physiological response that reduces the uterus is not able to contract optimally...
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The Effectiveness of Lebrage Compress on Pain Reduction Rheumatoid Arthritis in the Elderly in the Region Lubuk Buaya Padang Health Center Work Year 2020

Indah Komala Sari, Andika Herlina, Siti Aisyah Nur, Hossy Sri Ramadani
Background: Rheumatoid arthritis tends to cause functional impairment and cause permanent disability in the joints. Objective: This study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of lemongrass compresses on the rheumatoid arthritis pain scale in the elderly. Method: quasi-experimental research design...
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The Effect of Guava Extracts on Ferritin Levels in Pregnant White Rats

Febby Herayono, Hasanalita, Silvie Permata Sari, Hartati Deri Manila
Background: Anemia affects almost a quarter of the world population. Irondeficiency is a cause of anemia. Pregnant women are declared to have anemia when using the 11g / dL limit in the first and third trimesters and 10.5 g / dL in the second trimester while ferritin acts as aniron reserve. Guava is...
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Relationship Between Material Characteristics, Adequacy Intake of Iron, Folic Acid and Vitamin C with Anemia Status in Women of Reliable Age (WUS)

Marisa Lia Anggraini, Ade Nurhasanah Amir, Putri Minas Sari, Honesty Diana Morika, Eliza Arman, Hartati Deri Manila
Women of childbearing age as prospective mothers are a vulnerable group whose health status must be considered, especially their nutritional status. The quality of the next generation will be determined by the condition of the mother since before pregnancy and during pregnancy. Preconception health is...
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Phenomenology Study of Menopause Experiences About Physical and Psychological Changes in Menopause Period in Nagari Tabek Pariangan District of Tanah Datar 2020

Sandra Hardini, Ninin Marlina, Sri Yudawati
Every woman will experience menopause in her life cycle. Significant changes in menopause seen in physical and psychological changes. Menopause occurs because hormonal changes in the body. The physical and psychological changes during menopause will cause variety of complaints in menopause. This will...
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Implementation of Hospital Unit Costs with INA-CBGS Rates

Chamy Rahmatiqa, Ilma Nuria Sulrieni, Oktariyani Dasril
The INA-CBGs system is a codification system of final diagnoses and actions/procedures that become service outputs, based on costing data and disease coding referring to the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) compiled by WHO concerning ICD-10 for diagnosis and ICD-9-Clinical Modifications...
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The Impact of Oxytocin Knead on the Use of Mother’s Milk (ASI) in Post Pregnancy Moms

Dewi Fransisca, Indah Komala Sari
Delivery by Caesarean section often makes it hard for moms to breastfeed their infants after birth. The condition of the surgical wound in the abdomen makes the breastfeeding process hampered so that it affects the creation and use of bosom milk. One of the actions that can be done on the mother post-Sectio...
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The Effect of Storage Selection and Fat Level of Breast Milk on Breastfeeding Women

Ramah Hayu, Rauza Sukma Rita, Nika Saputra, Rizki Afri Mulia
Bosom milk is an optimal supplement for newborn children since bosom milk contains the perfect measure of fat, carbs, protein, also, water for development and advancement, as well as the baby’s digestion. The fat substance in bosom milk should be overwhelmed because of the breast milk storage container....
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Relationship Between Catalase Enzyme Activity and Malondialdehyde (MDA) Levels in Incomplete Abortion and Imminent Abortion

Melia Pebrina, Fenny Fernando
Abortion is one of the obstetric complications that are often found in pregnant women. The cause of abortion is not known with certainty, but it is suspected that one of the causes is an imbalance of pro-oxidants and antioxidants that occurs during placentation. Catalase is an enzyme that functions to...
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The Effect of Nesting on Changes in Physiological Stress in Low Birth Weight Babies

Fenny Fernando, Helena Patricia, Melia Pebrina
Babies with low birth weight (LBW) often experience several problems due to organ characteristics that are not yet perfect at birth, causing physiological stress. In the Perinatology Room, Dr M. Zein Painan there is no special handling effort to overcome physiological stress in LBW infants. The purpose...
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Relationship of Cholesterol Levels with Gestational Hypertension and Preeclampsia During Pregnancy

Fanny Jesica, Fafelia Rozyka Meysetri, Siska Sakti Anggraini
Hypertension is an important risk factor for cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, peripheral vascular disease, stroke and kidney disease. To avoid these complications, efforts are made to control blood pressure within normal limits both pharmacologically and non-pharmacologically. The cardio-cerebrovascular...
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The Effect of Magnesium Supplementation and Pregnancy Outcomes: Experimental Epidemiological Study

Ika Yulia Darma, Ricvan Dana Nindrea, Meldafia Idaman, Silvi Zaimy, Veolina Irman
The evidence that magnesium levels are related to pathological occurrences in pregnancy is increasing. This research was purpose to the effect of magnrsium suplemention ang pegnancy outcomes. The study was conducted in the maternal and child health polyclinic, Primary Health Care, Padang City, Indonesia...
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Effect of Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1 Serum Maternal with Newborn Baby Weight in Pregnant Women Chronic Energy Lack

Fafelia Rozyka Meysetri, Aprima Yona Amir, Fanny Jesica
Pregnancy is the most important period for fetal growth. One of the factors that influence the success of pregnancy is the nutritional status of the mother previously and during pregnancy. Dietary status is said to be good if there is a balance between the amount of energy entering the body and the energy...
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The Relation Between Calcium Levels in Breast Milk on Exclusive Breast Milk History and Body Length of Infants Aged 12 Months in The Public Health Centre of Padang

Meldafia Idaman, Rahma Putri Idaman, Ika Yulia Darma, Silv Zaimy
Breast milk is a natural food for babies and contains rare nutrients. The growth of the child, especially the length of the child body is influenced by the calcium contained in exclusively breast milk. Calcium intake can affect the mineralization of the new bone deposit matrix and osteoblast function....
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Determinant Factors of Psychological Well Being Nurses on the Frontline Against the Covid-19 Pandemic

Helena Patricia, Emira Apriyeni
Covid-19 pandemic hurts the physical and psychological health of health workers, especially nurses. Problems experienced during work are anxiety, fear of being infected for themselves and their families, mood disorders, and disruption of psychological well-being. Many factors affect psychological well-being...
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Aloe Vera Gel (Aloe Barbadensisi Miller) Alleviate Pathologic Vaginal Discharge

Elsa Dirrahayu, Indah Putri Ramadhanti, Suci Rahmadheny, Kholilah Lubis
Pathological discharge is most commonly caused by fungi and bacteria. Patients with vaginal discharge of reproductive age are estimated at 70-75%, and 40-50% have pathologic complaints. The content of the aloe vera plant (Aloe Barbadensis Miller) can reduce the incidence of pathologic vaginal discharge...
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Factors Leading to the History of Pasung Clients Schizophrenia

Dwi Christina Rahayuningrum, Weni Sartiwi
Pasung is a form of physical restraint or confinement which is still practiced by some members of Indonesian communities. Pasung is often experienced by people schizophrenia who have low education, live in low economic and social conditions, have emotional and psychological problems and experience prolonged...
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Characteristics of Age and Gender to the Incidence of Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Harinal Resta, Rhona Sandra, Veolina Irman
Pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosa. Pulmonary TB is still an infectious disease with a high mortality rate. Various treatment strategies that have been done to break the chain of transmission of pulmonary TB. According to the Indonesian Health Profile...
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The Effect of Deep Breathing Relaxation Techniques on the Nausea and Vomiting Response of Intraoperative Patients with Spinal Anesthesia in the Central Surgical Installation of Padang Panjang City Hospital

Ratna Indah Sari Dewi, Honesty Diana Morika, Putri Dafriani
One of the complications after spinal anaesthesia is nausea and vomiting. Nausea and vomiting are undesirable events that often occur during surgery. Cases reach 60-70% under general anaesthesia and 25% under spinal anaesthesia. The response to nausea and vomiting that occurs in spinal anaesthesia can...
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Determinant Factors of Adolescent Conflict with Mother

Emira Apriyeni, Helena Patricia
The period of adolescence is prone to the conflict with parents, especially with mothers. Conflict between adolescent and their mothers tends to increase, which will have an impact on adolescent problems of psychology such as increased aggressive behavior, depression and even suicide. This study aimed...
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The Risk Factors of Fibroadenoma: Cross Sectional Study in Solok Selatan Hospital, Indonesia

Putri Dafriani, Siti Aisyah Nur, Riza Delfitri
Fibroadenoma is one of the most common benign tumors on young women. Some studies showed that healthy diet decrease risk factor for fibroadenoma on young women. This research aims to study the relationship between age and diet with fibroadenoma. This study is a quantitative study with a cross sectional...
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The Effect of Integrated Media Educational Information Communication (EIC) on Mother’s Behavior in Caring Children with Diarrhea in Jambi, Indonesia

Putri Minas Sari, Dini Suryani, MarissaLia Anggraini, Ade Nurhasanah Amir, Honesty Diana Morika, Eliza Arman
Background The mother’s behavior who were lacking in caring for children diarrhea will affect the growth and development of children and can lead to death. Objective: The study is conducted to determine the effect of integrated media educational communications information on a mother’s behavior in taking...
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Early Ambulation Lowering Pain Intensity Inpatient Post Heart Catheterization in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in Dr M. Damil Hospital, Padang, Indonesia

Honesty Diana Morika, Dila Mutiara Sukma, Putri Minas Sari, Rhona Sandra, Indah Komal Sari, Siti Aisyah Nur
Background: Cardiac catheterization causes several complications such as discomfort (pain on the waist, back, and thigh folds), hemorrhage, prolonged length of hospitalization, and increasing treatment costs. Pharmacological therapy as the usual method to solve this problem has not shown improvement...
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The Effectiveness of Audiovisual Media on Knowledge of School-Age Children About Clean and Healthy Life Behavior Washing Hands as an Effort to Prevent Covid-19

Vino Rika Nofia, Harinal, Helena Patricia, Etriyanti, Rani Ika Fardila
Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) is an infectious disease that is currently in the spotlight of the world community including Indonesia since its appearance in 2019. To prevent the transmission of Covid-19, it is necessary to conduct health education to increase children’s knowledge and teach them how...
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The Relationship of Knowledge Level with Personal Hygiene in Children During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Veolina Irman, Ika Yulia Darma, Dwi Christina Rahayuningrum
The minimal access to services for millions of children to basic health services is one impact of the lockdowns and school closures that have occurred in Indonesia. Knowledge of personal hygiene or personal hygiene has a play an important role in child development, because elementary school children...
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Analysis of Caring Nurses on Anxiety Levels of Mothers whose Children are Hospitalized at RSUD Dr.M.Zain Painan

Rhona Sandra, Fenny Fernando, Desi Sofiani
Anxiety is an emotional response that can occur in mothers whose children are hospitalized. This is caused by Caring nurses who are less pleasant. Research in New York, 50 thousand parents whose children are hospitalized, 30% feel severe anxiety. In Indonesia 39.6% of mothers experienced an increase...
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The Differences in Malondialdehyde Levels Between Normal Pregnancy and Abortus

Hartati Deri Manila, Aprimayona Amir, Marisa Lia Anggraini, Ade Nurhasanah Amir, Feby Herayono
The background: The world and Indonesia is still recording the high rates of abortus. In midwifery services, abortus is stilll a.problem and a cause of increasingi.mortalityyrates, mother’s morbidity and newborn baby. One of causes of abortus was the MDA imbalance that occured duringgplacentationnprocess. The...
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Evaluation of the Implementation of Hospital Safety and Health in Occupational Safety Programs in the RSUD Sungai Dareh

Lindawati, Ilma Nuria Sulrieni, Oktariyani Dasril, Fajrilhuda Yuniko
The INA-CBGs payment system has been implemented at RSUD Sungai Dareh since January 2014, but there are still losses in the form of returning claims from the hospital to BPJS, this is due to an error in disease coding. The purpose of this research is to determine how the payment of health services with...
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Contribution of Parent Support and Student Achievement Motivation on the Implementation of Learning in the Time of Covid-19 Kinali State 5 Junior High School

Fitra Afrida Amna, Yasnidawati
This paper is the result of research on parental support and student achievement motivation in learning during the covid-19 period. Three things were studied, namely: 1) the contribution of parental support to the learning process during the Covid-19 period; 2) the contribution of student achievement...
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Analysis of Factors Affecting Control and Prevention Behavior of Covid-19

Sri Handayani, Annisa Novita Sary, Inge Angelia
Cases of COVID-19 in the world reached 103,362,039 people, with the death toll reaching 2,244,713 people. In Indonesia as many as 1,111,671 people, with the death toll reaching 30,770 people. The West Sumatra Provincial Health Office reports that there were 27,189 positive people with a death rate of...
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The Relationship of Emotional Fatigue to Lecturer’s Commitment in Online Learning at Health College in the Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Inge Angelia, Naufal Raid, Edison
The world of education is one of the areas affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic, Governments around the world make policies to close all learning activities in educational institutions, this is one of the ways taken by the government in minimizing outbreak of Covid-19. The implementation of online learning...
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Environmental Risk Factors and Behavior Analysis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis in South Pesisir Regency

Annisa Novita Sary, Eldila Vevilina, Wiya Elsa Fitri
Pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) is infectious disease that can cause death. This disease is caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This disease attacks the respiratory organs so that the patient will experience a cough in the long term. The suspected cases of Pulmonary TB had increased from 2018 (200 cases)...
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Design of Web-Based Patient Registration Information System at Asy-Syifa Medika Clinic

Nurul Abdillah, Muhammad Ihksan
Medical Record is a file containing records and documents regarding patient identity, examination, treatment, actions and other services to patients at health care facilities. Each officer must work quickly to find out the data that has been inputted, get patient data reports according to their needs,...
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Factors Related to Open Defecation Behavior in Kenagarian Koto Rawang, Iv Jurai, Pesisir Selatan Regency the Year 2020

Indrayani, Wiya Elsa Fitri, Chamy Rahmatiqa
Kenagarian Koto Rawang is located in the Salido Public Health Center’s working area, IV Jurai, Pesisir Selatan Regency. Based on the Community-Based Total Sanitation Program (STBM) Report, Nagari Koto Rawang is the village with the lowest access to latrines at 43.15% in Pesisir Selatan. Koto Rawang is...
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Platelet Counts on the 1st and 5th Days in Thrombocyte Concentrate (TC) Products

Sherly Triana, Annita, Silvi Zaymi
The storage of Thrombocyte Concentrate (TC) products greatly determines the quality of platelets. According to the Minister of Health RI in 2015 about the blood service standards state that platelets can be stored at a temperature of 20°C- 24°C, when stored at room temperature (20°C-24°C) platelets can...
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Control Serum Stability Comparison Glutamic Oxaloacetic Transaminase Stored at Temperatures 10°c And -40°c in Laboratory Installation Rsup Dr. M Djamil Padang

Isra, Niken, Arniat Christiani
Strengthening the quality of health laboratories is all activities aimed at ensuring the accuracy and accuracy of laboratory examination results. One of the parameters used for serum control is ASAT (Aspartate Aminotransferase) or GOT (Glutamic Oxaloacetic Transminase) which are very important intracellular...
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The Effect of Storage Duration on Hemoglobin and Hematocrit Levels of Packed Red Cell (PRC) Products

Sonya harisanti, Eliza Arman, Meldafia Idaman
Packed Red Cell is derived from Whole Blood which is precipitated by high-speed centrifugation during the storage period.In general, the indications for using PRC are for patients with hemolytic anemia, acute leukemia, chronic leukemia, malignancy, thalassemia, and chronic kidney failure. This study...
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The Effectiveness of Hand Rup Against Staphylococcus Aureus Bacteria in the Internal Illness Original in Dr. M Djamil Padang

Neri Verdi Nellon, Niken, Ibrahim
Hospital. DR. M. Djamil Padang using a hand rub containing 45% ethanol and 18% 1-propanol (containing total alcohol 63%). Based on 2019 data, there was an increase in the use of alcohol hand rub as an antiseptic by 90% between 2012 and 2019. The use of hand rub in the field contains different compositions...
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Comparative Analysis Average of Coliform and Escherichia coli Bacteria in Orange Juice with the Modified Most Possible Number Method

Gustriyanni, Arniati Christiani, Gusliani Eka Putri
It has been successfully determined the content of Coliform and Escherichia coli in orange juice using the MPN (Most Probable Number) method. Comparative analyses performed showed that 15 (100%) samples tested were all contaminated with Coliform bacteria with the range MPN value of 10 CFU/100 - 240 CFU/100...
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Identification of Soil-Transmitted Helminth Eggs in Adults in Koto Tangah District Padang City

Yanti Rahayu, Annita, Niken
Soil Transmitted Helminths (STH) are a variety of parasitic nematodes that cause soiling in humans through contact with parasitic eggs that grow in warm, wet soil. The STH species that most frequently contaminate humans are Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichuris trichiura, Ancylostoma duodenale and Necator...
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Comparasion Between Pooled Sera Material and Commercial Serum on the Accuracy of Triglyceride Check

Wiwit Nia Anggra, Ibrahim, Rahmi Novita Yusuf
The increase in cases of dyslipidemia every year, requires the Clinical Chemistry laboratory to carry out quality control which is influenced by the assessment of precision and accuracy. These measurements are used with the control material. The laboratory of RSU Mayjen HA Thalib Kerinci uses commercial...
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The Relationship Environment Conditions with the Risk Event of Pulmonary Tuberculosis at the Sikakap Health Center, Mentawai Islands

Weni Sartiwi, Rhona Sandra, Armina Sakelak Asak
The management of lung tubercolsis treatment control in mentawai islands regency is very low. the recovery rate of patients with new TB cases in 2016 has not yet approaching of the 84,44 %. Data in 10 health centers is the most data in public health center in mentawai islands district, the highest incidence...
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The Effect of Soybean Power on Blood Sugar and Cholesterol Levels in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients in the Work Area of the Puskesmas Andalas Padang

Etri Yanti, Putri Dafriani
Type II One of chronic disease that we call it diabetes mellitus or DM, that caused when the body cannot produce enough insulin or uses of insulin cannot effectively. Death does not occur as a direct result of DM, but from its complications. Continuous high blood sugar levels will damage body tissues...
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Effectivity Removal of Cadmium Toxic Metals from Leachate Using Chlorella Vulgaris Non-Living Cell

Adewirli Putra, Wiya Elsa Fitri
Cadmium (Cd) is a heavy metal group that is toxic, dangerous to health and the environment if its present in large concentrations. Experimental research on the utilization of Chlorella Vulgaris non-living cells has been carried out to removing Cd(II) ions from the invention under various conditions and...
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Analyzing the Relationship Between Hormonal Family Planning and Hyperthyroidism in Women of Fertile Age Public Health Center Ketaping District Padang Pariaman

Harmawati, Honesty Diana Morika, Ayu Gustia Ningsih
Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) test results in Riskesdas 2007 found that 12.8% of men and 14.7% of women had low TSH levels which indicated a suspicion of hyperthyroidism. The purpose of this research to find out the relationship between hormonal contraception with the incident of hyperthyroidism...
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Relationship of Nutritional Status of Pregnant Women in the Third Trimester with the Birth Weight of the Baby

Silvie Permata Sari, Febby Herayono, Fanny Jessica
Low Birth Weight events are closely related to nutritional status. The nutritional status of pregnant women both before and throughout pregnancy can describe the availability of nutrients in the mother’s body to support fetal development. Predictors of a woman’s nutritional status throughout pregnancy...
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Relationship Between Smoking and Total Cholesterol Level in Cholesterolemia Patients

Sherly Evander, Ibrahim Baim, Siska Sakti Angraini
Indonesia is the largest active smoker in the world, which ranks fifth out of all countries. These active smokers are on average between the ages of 30 to 34 years with a percentage of 33.4 percent. The occupations of these are mostly farmers, laborers, and fishermen as much as 44.5 percent. The impact...
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Mozart Classical Music Therapy Lowering Blood Pressure in Patients with Hypertension

Roza Marlinda, Emira Apriyeni, Dani Setiawan
Background: Hypertension, known as the silent killer, is a rising in the pressure of blood above normal and results in insufficient oxygen and nutrients to the brain. Maintaining blood pressure within normal limits will ensure adequate blood flow to the brain (cerebral perfusion). One important factor...
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The Effect of Carrot Juice (Daucus Carota L.) on Reducing Hypertension on Hypertension Objects in the Working Area of Lubuk Buaya Field 2021

Andika Herlina
The impact that occurs if high blood is not overcome it will occur persistently for a long time and cause disruptions to blood circulation in the heart, stroke, kidney disease, heart and eyes. High blood pressure can interfere with the inside of the arteries and allow for a buildup of blood clots (Susilo...
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The Relationship of Mother’s Knowledge Level About Breast Milk to Mother’s Motivation in Breasting

Maidawilis, Sandra Dewi, Yesi Maifita, Indah Prestiwi
Data from the Health Office obtained that from 7 public health center in the Pariaman city area, Naras Health Center had the lowest rate of achieving exclusive breastfeeding, namely 62.5%. Meanwhile, target of achieving exclusive breastfeeding set by the Pariaman city government is 80%. This study purpose...
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Effects of Musa Paradisiaca on Emesis Gravidarum in Pregnant Women

Evi Susanti, Ayu Nurdiyan, Yuhendri Putra
Emesis gravidarum is a symptom that occurred 6-8 in 10 pregnancies for primigravida and 4-6 in 10 pregnancies for Multigravida. Musa Paradisiaca contain B vitamins, namely thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and vitamin B6 (pyridoxine). The contents of the banana vitamin B6 are quite large. It helps to reduce...
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Relationship of the Quality of Health Service with Satisfaction of Outpatient Bpjs Health Participants at Semerap Public Health Center

Nunung Aza Febriza, Alfita Dewi, Yuliva Bakar, Chamy Rahmatiqa
Quality of service is a fundamental right by the government. Service quality are reliability, responsivenees, empathy, tangible and assurance to determine patient satisfaction. This study aims to determine the relationship between service quality and satisfaction of outpatient BPJS health participants...
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Factors Related to the Visit of Toddlers in Posyandu Activities in the Working Area of Puskesmas Andalas, Padang City in 2020

Neriwati, Eliza Trisnadewi, Annisa Novita Sary
Integrated Service Posts or Posyandu for toddlers are a type of health facility that focuses heavily on mothers and children, particularly toddlers. According to West Sumatra Provincial Health Office data, D/S coverage was 69.4 percent in 2017 and 65,6 percent in 2018. According to 2018 data from the...
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Treatment Adherence in Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis in the Work Area of the Mapaddegat Public Health Center, Mentawai Islands

Ropendi Pardede, Nova Arikhman, Roidayanti Butar-Butar
Tuberculosis is an infectious and deadly disease caused by bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Therefore, TB patients must comply with the rules of taking medication and carry out treatment to completion. The purpose of this research is to know the factors associated with treatment adherence in patients...
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Analysis of Parents’ Affecting to Anxiety the Impact of Treated Inpatient Child in Rsud Solok Selatan 2021

Siti Aisyah Nur, Honesty Diana Morika, Indah Komala Sari, Ginarti
Hospitalization is one step that because something emergency time. When the children must to stay in the hospital to get treatment and therapy until his return go home. This study was conducted to determine what the factors that influence parent”s of anxiety on the impact of hospitalization inpatient...