Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari

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ISSN / EISSN : 25977482 / 25811975
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Kurniati Devi Purnamasari, Melyana Nurul Widyawati
Published: 16 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 352-361; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.512

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to describe low back pain in third trimester pregnant women. The method used is a cross sectional descriptive study design. The results of the study, respondents who experienced mild pain as much as 20%, 50% experienced moderate pain and as many as 30% experienced severe pain accompanied by accompanying symptoms. Although it is a problem, 82% of adolescents only let go when pain arises or only drink warm water and press on the affected part (18%). Third trimester pregnant women seek help from their husbands and families (87.2%) regarding problems that arise and only, 12.8% of third trimester pregnant women seek help from health workers / midwives. In conclusion, most respondents have experienced low back muscle pain. Generally, information about the lower back is mostly obtained from other pregnant women and parents. When experiencing low back most pregnant women ask for help from their husbands and families. Keywords: Trimester III Pregnant Women, Lower Back Pain
Sarwan Sarwan, Busjra M. Nur, Rohman Azzam
Published: 16 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 372-381; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.850

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to identify the effect of group education packages and the role of the model in reducing the social isolation scores of PLWHA in Tangerang District General Hospital. This type of quantitative research is quasi-experimental, pre-test and post-test with control group design. The results of the dependent t-test obtained a mean score of social isolation before the intervention 57.78 and after the intervention 54.44 (p value 0.00 or p
Andri Kusuma Wijaya, Padila Padila
Published: 16 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 393-404; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.883

Abstract:This study aims to determine the relationship of family support, education level and age to adherence in limiting fluid intake in End Stage Renal Disease clients undergoing hemodialysis therapy at Dr. M Yunus Hospital Bengkulu. This study uses a cross sectional design, with a total sample of 108 respondents. The results of the analysis proved to be a relationship between family support (p value = 0, 000) with adherence to restrictions on fluid intake, while education level variables (p value = 0.762) there was no relationship with adherence to restrictions on fluid intake, while for age variables (p value = 0.728) there was also no relationship with adherence to fluid intake restrictions. Family support is very important to be considered as one of the supporting factors to increase compliance in limiting fluid intake to clients undergoing hemodialysis therapy, so it is expected that family support can be maximized in giving to create behavior that complies with limiting fluid intake by being informed to the family especially through the organization of hemodialysis clinics that always serve End Stage Renal Disease clients who undergo hemodialysis therapy. Keywords : ESRD, IDWG, Adherence
Nurmayanti Nurmayanti, Agung Waluyo, Wati Jumaiyah, Rohman Azzam
Published: 16 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 362-371; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.836

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of chest physiotherapy, effective coughing, and nebulizer on increasing oxygen saturation in blood in COPD patients at Jakarta Cempaka Putih Islamic Hospital. The design of this research is Quasi Experiment using observation method with One Group Pre-Post Test design approach. Statistical results of paired T test (Wilcoxon test) for the value of p = 0.001 (p
Susilawati Susilawati, Larra Fredrika
Published: 16 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 405-415; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.898

Abstract:This study aims to determine the effect of family implementation strategy interventions on family knowledge and ability to care for Schizophrenia clients with hallucinations in RSKJ Soeprapto Bengkulu. This study uses a quasi-experimental method with a one-group pre-test and post-test design, with a total sample of 15 respondents. The results of the analysis proved that there was an influence of implementation strategy interventions on family knowledge and abilities (p value = 0,000). Conclusion, family implementation strategy interventions are very important to note and must be implemented as a form of intervention to improve family knowledge and abilities in caring for Schizophrenia clients, so clients who have returned home can be cared for properly and correctly by the family, and the family can immediately decide for clients to get treatment again if there is a recurrence. Keywords: Family, Schizophrenia, Hallucinations, Implementation Strategy
Dwi Wulandari, Dilfera Hermiati
Published: 16 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 382-392; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.843

Abstract:This study aims to conduct early screening and the incidence of mental and emotional disorders aimed at children who are addicted to gadgets aged 3-6 years. The research method uses descriptive analytic by looking at the description of the incidence of mental and emotional disorders in children aged 3-6 years. The results showed of 100 respondents as many as 66 (66%) respondents with a high level of addiction, 34 (34%) respondents with a low level of addiction. as many as 41 (41%) respondents with Mental and emotional Normal, 59 (59%) respondents with suspected mental and emotional disorders. Conclusion, most children are addicted to gadgets and most children are at risk of experiencing social problems if parents do not act wisely in the use of gadgets. Keywords: Emotional Mental Disorders, Gadgets Addiction
Ajeng Dwi Retnani, Titin Sutini, Suhendar Sulaeman
Published: 8 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 332-341; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.837

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of cartoon videos and animated videos on reducing preoperative anxiety levels in pre-school age children. This research method uses quasi-experimental with a pre and post-test approach with out control. The results showed that the reduction in preoperative anxiety levels in pre-school children after being given a cartoon video intervention by 4.20, after being given an animated video intervention by 4.70 and after being given a combination intervention between cartoon videos + animated videos by 7.20. Based on this, the level of preoperative anxiety using a cartoon video + animated video combination intervention showed the greatest decrease. The results of the study also obtained p value> 0,000. Conclusions, the influence of cartoon videos and animated videos on the reduction of preoperative anxiety levels in pre-school age children. Keywords: Animation, Anxiety, Pre Operation, Cartoon Video
Roymond H. Simamora
Published: 8 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 342-351; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.841

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of audiovisual media application of patient identification implementation on patient knowledge at the University of North Sumatra Hospital in 2019. The study used a quantitative approach, with quasi-experimental methods, one group pre-test-post-test design. The results showed that before counseling, 40 patients included in the category of sufficient knowledge, and 80 people in the category of insufficient knowledge. After counseling using audiovisual media, data obtained that, as many as 12 patients included in the category of good knowledge, 68 people in the category of sufficient knowledge, and 40 people in the category of lack of knowledge. These results indicate that there was an increase in the number of patients in the knowledge category. Conclusion, there is an influence of counseling given by the use of audiovisual media to increase the number of patients in the knowledge category. Keywords: Patient Identification, Audiovisual Media, Counseling
Saka Adhijaya Pendit, Tria Astika, Nana Supriyatna
Published: 8 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 322-331; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.848

Abstract:This study aims to determine the relationship of family support and other factors in participating in MR immunization in Posyandu in the work area of Momunu Health Center, Buol Regency, Central Sulawesi. This study uses a cross sectional design. The number of research respondents was 96 respondents. The results of this study indicate that (p value 0.005) for the variable family support for MR immunization, for the nurse support variable for MR immunization (p-value 0.007) and for the education variable for MR immunization (p-value 0.012). Conclusion, there is a significant relationship between family support for [giving immunization, there is a relationship between nurse support for giving immunization and there is an educational relationship with giving immunization. Keywords: Measles and Rubella, Family Support, Giving Immunization MR
Rizkan Halalan Djafar, Busjra M. Nur, Rohman Azzam
Published: 8 November 2019
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 3, pp 312-321; doi:10.31539/jks.v3i1.821

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to find out the effectiveness of diabetic foot spa towards ankle brachial index. Design of this study is Quasy-Experiment with two group. The population were all diabetes mellitus patients type 2 in Public Health Centre Wawonasa Manado. Number of sample was 32 person, divided into 2 group, that are treatment group during 3 and 5 time, with 16 person each group, taken by purposive sampling technique. Data analyzed by Mann-Whitney test with α=0.05. Study results on difference between ABI treatment 3 dan 5 time. Analysis of Mann-Whitney test P=0.112> α=0.05, with average ABI in treatment group during 3 and 5 time pre test 0.012 and post test 0.0562, which means diabetic foot spa 3 and 5 time is effective towards ABI. Keywords: Ankle Brachial Index, DM Type 2, Foot Spa Diabetic