Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari

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ISSN / EISSN : 25977482 / 25811975
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Hera Hijriani
Published: 3 December 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 385-398; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.395

Abstract:This study aimed to studying the influence of psychoeducational parenting on parents anxiety who have children with thalassemia major. This research used a quasi experiment design using pretest and posttest approach with control group design. The sampling technique used consecutive sampling technique with the number of samples of 42 respondents consisting of 21 controls and 21 experiments. The results showed that there was a psychoeducational parenting effect on the anxiety of parents who have children with thalassemia major (p value 0,006). There was no influence of age, education, employment, family income, and the presence of children with thalassemia in the family factors on the anxiety of parents who have children with thalassemia major. Psychoeducational parenting showed a decrease on anxiety scores higher than conventional counseling. Keywords : Anxiety, Psychoeducational Parenting, Thalassemia
Juli Andri, Agung Waluyo, Wati Jumaiyah, Dhea Nastashia
Published: 23 November 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 371-384; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.382

Abstract:This study aims to determine the effectiveness of Isometric Handgrip Exercise and Slow Respiratory Respiratory Exercise. Quasi Experimental Research design with research design Two Group Pretest Postest Design on 32 respondents. The results showed that there was systolic and diastolic after Handgrip Isometric Exercise intervention (t = 8,279, p = 0,000), (t = 6,154, p = 0,000), and the importance was done after Slow Deep Slow Deep Respiratory Exercise (t = 3,632 , p = 0.002), (t = 4.226, p = 0.001). Thus, it can be concluded that good or slow isometric exercise exercises in breathing exercises can reduce blood pressure. The results of the study were handgrip isometric training and slow slow breathing exercises as nursing interventions that can be carried out independently in providing nursing care for patients with hypertension. Keywords: Hypertension, Isometric Handgrip Exercise, Slow Deep Breathing Exercise, Blood Pressure.
Andry Sartika, Anwar Wardi, Yani Sofiani
Published: 22 November 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 356-370; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.380

Abstract:This study aimed to determine the differences between the effectiveness of Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) and Slow Deep Breathing Exercise (SDBE) on BP of hypertension patients. The research was an experiment with a randomized pretest and posttest with three group design without a control group. The sample was 30 people with hypertension. The data were analyzed by univariate, bivariate and miltivariate. The results of the study showed a decrease in systolic and diastolic BP after the intervention to all groups. There was no significant difference on the effectiveness between the three groups after intervention. The optimal time of reduction in systolic BP in the PMR and SDBE groups occurred on day three. In diastolic BP, the optimal time of reduction did not occur. In conclusion, the three relaxation techniques effectively reduced blood pressure of hypertension patients. The effective time of blood pressure reduction occurred on the third day. The suggestion for patients from this study is the patients with hypertension can do the relaxation techniques Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) and Slow Deep Breathing Exercise (SDBE) to lower the BP to close to normal. Keywords: Blood Pressure, Hypertension, Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) and Slow Deep Breathing Exercise (SDBE)
Hilda Nur Afriani, Rohman Azzam, Busrja M.Nur
Published: 17 November 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 343-355; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.379

Abstract:Objective of this study was to determine the effect of prayer on pre-hemodialysis blood pressure of CRF patients in the hemodialysis room of the Jakarta Islamic Hospital. Data collection was done through purposive sampling. This study examined 32 respondents. The results of the study indicated there was a decrease in blood pressure in the intervention and control groups before and after giving prayers on systolic and diastolic blood pressure. The results of the paired t-test before and after being given prayers in the intervention and control groups produced a sig value of 0.05, which means that there was no difference between the intervention and control group. On the contrary, diastolic blood pressure produced a sig value
Heni Heni, Ahmad Jalaludin Mujahid
Published: 13 November 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 330-342; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.341

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of smartphone use on the social personal development of children in school at Al-Marhamah Kindergarten. This study used quantitative methods with cross sectional design. The population in this study were all parents of students and Al-Marhamah kindergarten students in Majalengka Regency with total sample of 33 mothers and 33 children. Tthe sampling technique used was simple random sampling. The analysis used univariate by using frequency distribution and bivariate by using Chi Square test with α = (0, 05). The results showed that there was an influence between the use of mobile phones and social personal development of pre-school age children with the probability value p 0.017
Arni Wianti, Maulida Miftahul Karimah
Published: 12 November 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 315-329; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.342

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the differences in the effectiveness of breathing relaxation and warm compress techniques on the reduction of dysmenorrheal pain in Grade II and III nursing bachelor students of YPIB Health Science Institute Majalengka. This study used experimental method with non-equivalent control group approach. The subjects were Grade II and III nursing bachelor students of YPIB Health Science Institute Majalengka in April-May 2017. The number of samples was 20 respondents, divided into two treatment groups with duration 20 minutes each treatment. The sampling technique used accidental sampling. Data analysis techniques were univariate analysis with Mean test, and bivariate analysis with Mann-Whitney U test. The study results described that the group of deep breath obtained probability value ρ of 0.002 <(0.05), while the warm compress group obtained probability value ρ of 0,000 <(0.05). Bivariate analysis showed significant difference in dysmenorrheal pain intensity during breathing relaxation therapy and warm compress therapy. According to this study, female students are advised to use breathing relaxation technique and warm compress as the alternatives to the dysmenorrheal pain reduction. Keywords: dysmenorrhea, breathing relaxation therapy, warm compress.
Yusnaini Siagian
Published: 10 November 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 300-314; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.320

Abstract:The purpose of this research was to know the nutritional intake of hemodialysis patients at RSUD DR. Pirngadi Medan. This research was a quantitative research using descriptive method. The informants’ nutritional intake was measured using the last 24 hours food record sheets. The study involved 92 informants where the informants were selected according to the inclusion criteria. The results of this research presented the characteristics of the majority informants aged 45-54 years old were 37 people (40.2%), male informants were 48 people (52.2%), high school as the highest education were 42 people (45.7%) and the jobless were 73 people (79.3%). The majority of informants with the married status were 70 people (76.1%), the majority of informants have undergone hemodialysis> 3 years i.e. 48 people (52.2%) and the majority of diseases lead the informants undergo hemodialysis, i.e. hypertension, were 52 people (56.5%). The informants with good nutritional intake were 64 people (69.6%). Hemodialysis patients at DR. Pirngadi Medan had a nutritional status disorder that puts them at risk of complications due to nutritional deficiencies that can reduce their quality of life. The nurses in the hemodialysis unit were expected to provide continuous education on nutrition and to provide a comprehensible diet pocket book. Keyword : nutritional status, patients, hemodialysis
Meily Nirnasari
Published: 8 November 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 285-299; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.314

Abstract:This study aimed at determining how the effect of Wi-Fi 4G electromagnetic wave radiation exposure to the volume of testes, epididymis and sperm quality in male Wistar rats (Rattus norvegicus). This research was conducted at Laboratory of Medical Biology of Sriwijaya University with Pretest-Postest Control Group Design. A total of 28 males Wistar rats were divided into 2 groups randomly: control group and treatment group. Treatment group was divided into 3 groups, each group was exposed 8, 16, 24 hours per day, daily radiation for 48 days. After the rats were terminated, the surgery was performed by taking secretions from the cauda epididymis.The data were analyzed by One Way Anova test. After being exposed to radiation of 4G Wi-Fi electromagnetic waves, there was significantly different mean, decreasing testicular volume, epididymis and sperm morphology value (p = 0,000) with alpha value 0.05 (p <α) in comparison with the control group. It was concluded that the exposure of 4G Wi-Fi electromagnetic radiation could decrease the volume of epididymis and sperm morphology on male Wistar rats, especially, on 24 hours exposure. Keywords: epididymis, 4G Wi-Fi, sperm morphology.
Nur Isnaini, Isna Hikmawati
Published: 7 November 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 270-284; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.316

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine diet pattern screening in diabetes mellitus patients with a food frequency questioner. This research is descriptive research by looking at food type of staple, vegetables, fruits and other food and drinks using food frequence questionnaire. The frequency of food consumption is seen in a day, or week, or month, or within a year. Results: The most frequent food consumed by DM patients in Puskesmas 1 Cilongok is 24 people (60%) and followed by tempe consumption as many as 22 people (55%) with eating frequency> 1x / day. Vegetables that are often consumed are kangkung as many as 34 people (85%) and fruits are often consumed is 35 people mango (87.5%) and bananas as many as 21 people (22.5%). Conclusion: Screening of DM patients not only with the type of food but also needs to be done also the measurement of quantities and hours of eating so it can see the type of quantities and hours due to food factors become one of the causes of the incidence of DM. Keywords: diabetus mellitus, food frequence questioner.
Liza Wati
Published: 4 November 2018
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 2, pp 252-269; doi:10.31539/jks.v2i1.311

Abstract:This research aimed at knowing the relationship between nursing reliability and nursing responsiveness with patient loyalty. The research design was a correlational design. There were 66 samples which were obtained with proporsional random sampling method. Instrument applied in the research was quesionairre consist of 30 items. The analysis was done through univariat analysis, and Spearman rank correlation to bivariat analysis. The results of the study indicated that more than half of the respondents 38 people came from the early adult age group (57.6%), female (51.5%), highly educated (50%), and working (77.3%). Based on the distance of the residence, the respondents found that more than half of the respondents lived far from the hospital (57.6%), in general respondents used insurance (83.3%). Based on the treatment experiences it was known that more than half of patients have never been treated in Tanjungpinang City Hospital (57.6%). The results showed perceptions of reliability (p = 0.008), and perceptions of responsiveness (p = 0.002) means that there was a significant correlation with patient loyalty, strength of sufficient relationships and positive perception. The most dominant variable is responsiveness with correlation coefficient value of 0.372. Nursing management must be innovative in developing the strategies to increase patient loyalty. Keyword: Nursing reliability, responsiveness, patient loyal