Jurnal Surya Medika

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ISSN / EISSN : 24607266 / 26552051
Current Publisher: Universitas Muhammadiyah Palangkaraya (10.33084)
Total articles ≅ 91

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Nurul Qamariah, Rezqi Handayani, Reni Wulandari
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 131-142; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.953

Abstract:Standardization is the process of ensuring that the final product of the drug has a good quality value based on certain parameters that have been set. The purpose of this study was to describe the standardization of the ethanol extract of Tawas Ut tuber (Ampelocissus rubiginosa Lauterb.) From Central Kalimantan. This study uses a descriptive method with a laboratory approach that is divided into two parameters, namely specific and non-specific parameters. Specific parameters include extract identity, organoleptic examination and identification of chemical compounds, and non-specific parameters including total ash content, acid insoluble ash, specific gravity and microbial contamination. The results of specific standardization parameters, from the identity of the extract, obtained the name of the extract, the ethanol extract of Ut Tawas tuber, the Latin name of the plant (Ampelocissus rubiginosa Lauterb.), the plant parts used are tuber, and the Indonesian name of the plant is Tawas Ut, dark red, odourless and bitter and chelate taste, identification of chemical compounds showed that the extract positively contained alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, and tannins. The results of non specific extract standardization parameters showed total ash content of 0.61 � 10-4, acid insoluble ash content of 0.17% � 10-3, density of 0.9151 mass/ volume � 6x10-4, and testing microbial contamination, number of moulds and yeast there is no contamination which means the extract is not polluted and has fulfilled the requirements.
Evodius Nasus
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 188-200; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.972

Abstract:This study aimed to examine and analyze empirically the effect of working motivation, working commitment, and emotional intelligence on the working achievement of staff at Kolaka Government�s Academy of Nursing. The study was explanatory research which aimed at explaining the position of variables under investigation as well as the relationship between them and the effect of one variable on the others. Results showed that: (1) working motivation, working commitment, and emotional intelligence had a positively significant effect on the working achievement of staff at Kolaka Government�s Academy of Nursing; (2) working motivation had a positive significant effect on the working achievement of staff at Kolaka Government�s Academy of Nursing; (3) working commitment had a positively significant effect on the working achievement of staff at Kolaka Government�s Academy of Nursing; and (4) emotional intelligence had a positively significant effect on the working achievement of staff at Kolaka Government�s Academy of Nursing.
Heriviyatno Julika Siagian, Arman Sagita
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 79-84; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.948

Abstract:Competency Test is a process of measuring students� knowledge, skills, and attitude in universities that organize higher education in Health. Data obtained from the results of the nurse competency test at Sembilanbelas November University in Kolaka from July 2017 period IX showed that 2 of 18 (11%) registered participants passed the test and 16 others (89%) did not pass it. The purpose of this study was to determine the factors correlated to the graduation level of the competency test at Sembilanbelas November University in Kolaka. This type of research was Analytic using the design of Cross-Sectional Study. The population of this study was 80 people where 67 of them were taken as sample using the Simple Random Sampling technique which was then analyzed using Spearman-Rank test method. The results of Statistical tests showed that there is a correlation between the try out variable and the graduation of competency test (P-value = 0.013 and correlation coefficient = 0.301), there is no correlation between Grade Point Average variable and the graduation of competency test (P-value = 0.349 and correlation coefficient = 0.116), and there is a correlation between learning style variable and the graduation of competency test (P-value = 0,000 and correlation coefficient = 0.517). It is expected that nursing colleges pay more attention to factors that have a close correlation with the graduation level of nursing competency test. One of them is by increasing the number of try out for students and making student learning styles effective in order to improve the graduation level of the nurse competency test.
Izza Suraya, Hidayati Hidayati, Rizka Ariesta Putranti, Apriyanto Apriyanto, Julia Julia
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 155-161; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.955

Abstract:Immunization is effective way to reduce morbidity and mortality of infectious diseases. However, there is only 59,2% early child in Indonesia is fully immunized. Health workers have an important role in that practice. Immunization status of children in Ciampea and Kalibata Early Childhood School has not known Their health worker�s role either. Therefore, this study was conducted to know the role of health worker in early childhood students in Ciampea and Kalibata Preschool. This study used a cross-sectional design. With quota as its sampling technique, there were 145 early child aged 12-59 months. multivariate. After multivariate analysis, the result of this study describes there is health worker advice is significantly associated with primary immunization with AOR 5,27 (95%CI: 1,05 � 26,32) dan p-value = 0,043. The mother who had to advise from health workers is 5,27 likely had fully immunized their children. Hence, health workers capacity should be increased to get more fully immunized early child.
Angeline Novia Toemon, Austin Bertilova Carmelita, Astri Widiarti, Dian Mutiasari
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 22-40; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.943

Abstract:People in Central Borneo which is often used to treat diarrhea is the fruit of masisin (Rhodomyrtus tomentosa Wight) with active compounds which are capable to treat diarrhea such as alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins, saponins, and steroids. Diarrhea is a defecate with a liquid or half-liquid feces, the content of water in a feces is more than usual, it is more than 200 g or 200 ml / 24 hours. To know the effectiveness of the extract of the fruit of masisin as an alternative to antidiarrheal treatment seen from the frequency, duration, and consistency of feces in male white mice (Mus musculus). This study design was a true experimental design with post-test control group design with 5 treatments for each group. This study started by making some extracts of Masisin fruit. Followed observation with 5 treatment groups animals. The induction of diarrhea was using oleum ricini, with aquadest as the negative control, and Loperamide HCL as the positive control. The dose of ethanol extracts of masisin fruit divided into 0.3 mg/g BW, 0.6 mg/g BW and 1.2 mg/g BW, all of the treatments were given orally. This study data was statistically analyzed with one way ANOVA. The results of one way ANOVA test showed that the value of p
Yuyun Christyanni, Novi Mery Kala Aheng, Yongwan Nyamin
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 100-114; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.951

Abstract:The incidence of diabetes mellitus shows an increasing prevalence today. This condition is influenced by the lack of knowledge of clients in the management of Diabetes Mellitus. Efforts to increase knowledge can be done through education using media and effective methods. The use of audiovisual media is believed to be the most effective media in conveying information. Education in this study used audiovisual media that was applied in conjunction with the demonstration method. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of education with audiovisual media and demonstration methods on the ability to do foot exercises in patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in the work area of KerengBangkirai Health Center, Palangka Raya. The research method used was a quasy experiment with one group pre and post-test design. The sampling technique was done by purposive sampling as many as 30 peoples. The results showed that there were differences in knowledge and ability to do foot exercise before and after the education which was shown from the results of the paired t-test obtained p-value = 0,000
Noval Noval, Raihana Raihana
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 115-130; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.952

Abstract:Doxorubicin chemotherapy agents cause serious side effects in normal cells, especially in the liver and heart caused by free radicals. RAS is an important component of the signal transduction pathway that controls cell proliferation, differentiation and survival. The pasak bumi root (Eurycoma longifolia, Jack) has been reported to have acted as an antioxidant and hepatoprotector. This study aims to determine the effect of giving ethanol extract of pasak bumi root on HRAS expression in healthy mice given doxorubicin. This research was conducted by dividing the test animals into 7 groups, namely doxorubicin control group 4.67 mg / kgBB, group II control ethanol extract of pasak bumi roots 200 mg / kgBB, group III, IV and V were the treatment groups given doxorubicin 4.67 mg / kgBW with ethanol extract of the pasak bumi root, each 50 mg / kgBB; 100 mg / kgBB; 200 mg / kgBW, group VI solvent control and group VII healthy control. The study was continued by painting using an immunohistochemical method to see the expression of HRAS in each experimental group. Data analysis was performed by calculating per cent expressions, then proceed with statistical tests using SPSS. The results of statistical tests showed that there were significant differences between the doxorubicin control group (18.56 � 1.85) and the treatment of group 5 (10.43 � 1.71) and there were no significant differences between the doxorubicin control group (18.56 � 1, 85) with group 3 treatment (17.80 � 4.23) and group 4 treatment (16.70 � 1.97). From the results of the study concluded that the ethanol extract of pasak bumi roots at a dose of 200 mg / KgBB can reduce the expression of HRAS in the administration of doxorubicin
Syahrida Dian Ardhany, Rizky Ramadhani Effendie, Susi Novaryatiin
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 63-69; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.946

Abstract:Based on research before, ethanolic extract of bawang dayak (Eleutherine bulbosa (Mill.) Urb) has been tested can inhibit the growth of acne-causing bacteria, therefore made an anti-acne cream for easy used. Thi study aims to know primary irritation activity of bawang dayak using patch test method. The results showed that the primary irritation index of control group (0.625< 2), P1 was 1g of cream (0.75< 2), P2 was 0.5g of cream (0
Noval Noval, Iwan Yuwindry, Dahlia Syahrina
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 143-154; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.954

Abstract:Bundung plants (Actinuscirpus Grossus) are widely spread in Borneo and used by society empirically as antimicrobials. Nevertheless, the use of Bundung plants as traditional medicine has not been equipped with convincing data, because there is no research that is related to the plants. In order to the use of the plants accountable, it is necessary to conduct research about phytochemical screening studies and tests the antimicrobial activity of ethanol extract of Bundung plants to staphylococcus aureusandEschericia Coli bacteria. Moreover, extraction does with maceration method. Secondary metabolite groups which are contained in the ethanol extract of Bundung plants were determined qualitatively using several of phytochemical reagents. The result of phytochemical screening test showed that ethanol extract of Bundung plants contains a group of secondary metabolites; namely flavonoid, tannin, saponin, phenolic, steroid and terpenoid. The method that was used to test antimicrobial activity to Staphylococcus aureusandEschericia Coli bacteria was a liquid dilution method with variations in extract concentration of 0,5%, 1%, 2%, 4% and 8% by considering at the clarity of each sample. The result of antimicrobial activity of liquid dilution to bacteria had inhibition at all concentrations and the biggest inhibitory activity was shown at concentration 8% with the clearest level and the MIC grade of the test is at a concentration of 1%. Based on the findings, it can be concluded that ethanol extract of Bundung plants has the potential of activities of an antimicrobial, especially from secondary flavonoid metabolites.
Muh Syahruddin
Jurnal Surya Medika, Volume 5, pp 41-52; doi:10.33084/jsm.v5i1.944

Abstract:The aim of this study is to know how the impact of learning-growth perspective and internal business process perspective to performance customer perspective of pharmacy installation for outpatients in BLUD H.M. DjafarHarun Hospital, North Kolaka Region, Southeast Sulawesi. The method of this study is descriptive,non-experimental case study. The data was collected with retrospective and prospective method consist of quantitative and qualitative data. Data was taken from interview with a pharmacist, direct observation, documents survey and questioners to analyze Results of the study are two employees involved in developing training in the year 2012, no training in 2013, based on questioner employee satisfaction was good, work spirit was also good with percentage 83,45%, management information system needs further development. Based on questioner internal business process is good, level of drug stock availability in the year 2012 was 99,12% and in 2013 was 95,14%, dispensing time for powder medicine was 13,65 minutes, dispensing time for ready stock medicine was 3,53 minutes, supplier performance has not been good enough, level of medication error and potential error was low. Based on questioner, customer satisfaction was still low, reliability dimension was 0,02, responsiveness 0,00, tangible 0,00, assurance 0,01, empathy 0,02. 89,36% of patients in 2012 were covered with pharmaceutical service from hospital pharmacy installation,this level decreased in 2013 for 37,20%, the average time for drug information was 25,56 seconds.