Journal of Telenursing (JOTING)

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ISSN / EISSN : 26848996 / 26848988
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Ahmad Redho, Yani Sofiani, Anwar Wardi Warongan
Published: 20 May 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 205-214; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.491

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of Self Healing (Healing Touch) on the decrease in sensarial pain in Post Op patients in the Regional Government Hospital of Kampar District II in Bangkinang City. The research method was carried out by pretest-posttest design that was giving a pretest (initial observation) before being given an intervention, after that it was given an intervention, then posttest (final observation). The results of bivariate analysis showed that there was a significant effect of self healing with pain scale in patients post op with p value
Riandi Alfin, Busjra Busjra, Rohman Azzam
Published: 18 May 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 191-204; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.499

Abstract:The purpose of this research is to know the influence of Ramadan Fasting towards blood sugar levels in diabetics in the health center in West Java of Purwakarta. The design of this research uses quasi experiment of pre and post test with the control group, the method uses Purposive sampling done by the sum of 36 samples of respondents. The results of this research are using Independent T-test fast differences in blood sugar levels after fasting Ramadaan in the control group and the intervention group obtained the value of p = 0.039 < α = 0.05. Conclusion the results of this study showed the presence of the influence of fasting of Ramadan towards blood sugar levels in type II diabetes mellitus patients in Healty Center of Purwakarta. It can be concluded that fasting during Ramadan can be used as an alternative diet method that has positive benefits if it is run by type II diabetes mellitus patients which can reduce blood sugar to be more stable. Keywords: Ramadhan Fasting, Blood Glukose Level, Diabetic Mellitus Type II
Beti Haerani, Yani Sofiani, Anwar Wardi
Published: 16 May 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 178-190; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.540

Abstract:The aim of this study was to compare the effectiveness of autogenic relaxation and music therapy to the level of pain in HD patients when insertion of vascular access. This study used Quasy experiment study with Post Control Only Control Group Design, which was conducted on 99 HD patients with total sampling. The results, using independent t test analysis, showed that there were similar pain levels in each group. There was no difference in the effectiveness of pain levels between HD patients who were given autogenic relaxation with HD patients who were given music therapy when access insertion (p value = 0.896, alpha = 0.05). The average level of pain in the music therapy group is (5.00), autogenic relaxation with an average level of pain (5.27) and the average level of pain in the group combined between autogenic relaxation and music therapy namely (5.06) . Music therapy has a low level of pain compared to autogenic relaxation because during music therapy does not require a large mental effort for the patient to remain in focus. Keywords: Hemodialysis, Pain Level, Autogenic Relaxation, Music therapy.
Selvia Novitasari, Suhendar Sulaeman, Nyimas Heny Purwati
Published: 14 May 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 168-177; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.510

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the differences in the average level of pain in preschoolers who were infused after being given music therapy and video game therapy at Bhayangkara TK III Hospital in Bengkulu city. This research is a quantitative study. This type of research is quasy experimental research with post test only control group approach, which is a study that did not take measurements before intervention. Measurements were only carried out after intervention, with 24 respondents taken in 2 groups, namely music therapy. and video game therapy. Data collection instruments used to measure pain with wong baker face pain rating scale. Data analysis using t-test The results of the study were that there were significant differences in the level of pain in preschoolers who were infused before and after being given music therapy and video game therapy. It is expected that nurses will apply music therapy and video game therapy as a technique for transferring pain to children. Keywords: Preschool, Video Game, Music, Pain Level.
Ariska Ariska
Published: 8 May 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 157-167; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.537

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to identify the effectiveness of giving aloe vera boiled water to decrease blood sugar levels in type II Diabetes Mellitus patients at Batunyala Community Health Center, Central Praya District, Central Lombok Regency, NTB. The research design used in this study is a quasi-experimental design pre and post with control group. Respondents were patients who had been treated at Batunyala Health Center, Praya Tengah District, Central Lombok Regency, NTB and diagnosed with type II diabetes mellitus. The total sample in this study was 22 samples with 11 respondents in the intervention group and 11 respondents in the control group using porposivesampling technique. The results of the Dependent t test in getting the results of the average blood sugar level before intervention was 178.73 and after the intervention was 172.18 with an average decrease of 2.258. The results of the Dependent T test obtained P value (0.016) <(0.05) and t count (2.899)> t table (1,812) then Ho was rejected meaning that there were differences in blood sugar levels before and after the intervention giving aloe vera water. Key words : Aloe Vera, Blood Sugar Levels, Type II Diabetes Mellitus
Julita Rosalia Legi, Suhendar Sulaeman, Nyimas Heny Purwanti
Published: 3 May 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 145-156; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.496

Abstract:This study aims to identify the effect of storytelling and guided imagery on anxiety levels of preschool children who will receive an invasive procedure (intravenous therapy). The quasi-experimental type of study is with the number of 24 people for sample. The sample technique is purposive sampling. The results of this study indicate the average level of anxiety of children who get storytelling intervention is 2.11 for groups of children accompanied by parents, and 2.50 for groups of children who are not accompanied by parents. Meanwhile, the average level of anxiety of children with guided imagery intervention is 2.17 in the group of children accompanied by parents, and 2.33 in the group of children who are not accompanied by parents. The results of statistical tests show that storytelling and guided imagery have an effect on decreasing anxiety level of preschool age children who receive invasive procedure (intravenous therapy). Storytelling and guided imagery can be applied as one of the interventions of atraumatic care to reduce anxiety of preschool age children who will receive invasive action (intravenous therapy). Keywords : Storytelling, Guided-imagery, Preschool Children Anxiety
Rika Srywahyuni, Agung Waluyo, Rohman Azzam
Published: 30 April 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 131-144; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.497

Abstract:This study aims to determine the comparison of Tai Chi gymnastics and DM gymnastics to the decrease in blood sugar levels of type II DM patients in the Menjalin Health Center.The research design used was Quasi experiment with pre and post test group design approach, the sampling technique was done by purposive sampling with a sample of 16 respondents in Tai Chi gymnastics and 16 respondents in Diabetes Mellitus gymnastics. The results of the study using the Wilcoxon test in the Tai Chi group obtained p value = 0.000 <α = 0.05 and the results of the t-test paired sample test on diabetes mellitus gymnastic obtained p value = 0.000 <α = 0.05.The conclusion that can be drawn from this study is that Tai Chi gymnastics and DM gymnastics are equally influential in decreasing blood sugar levels of type II diabetes mellitus patients, but judging from the difference in the decrease in blood sugar levels in Diabetes Mellitus exercise is more effective than Tai Chi exercises. Keywords: Blood Sugar Levels, Diabetes Mellitus Gymnastics, Tai Chi Gymnastics
Winarsi Pricilya Molintao, Suhendar Sulaeman, Nyimas Heny Purwanti
Published: 28 April 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 119-130; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.500

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to know the correlations of maternal competence, physical activity, and consumption of junk food with the incidence of obesity in toddlers in the Work Area Puskesmas Bahu Kecamatan Malalayang Manado City. This research is an explanatory research (Explanatory Research). The total sample in this study was 98 children under five. The results showed no relationship between maternal competence with obesity characterized by p value 0.072. There is no relationship of junk food consumption with obesity characterized by p value 0.132. There is a relationship of physical activity with junk food consumption characterized by p value 0,132. There is a relationship of physical activity with junk food consumption marked with p value 0.000. There is a relationship of physical activity with obesity characterized by p value 0,016. There is a relationship between mother's competency and physical activity with a p value of 0,000. There is relationship of mother competence with junk food consumption marked with p value 0,011. regular nutrition counseling activities for children, parents, school teachers with extension materials, among others: more nutritional problems, including prevention, and impacts, healthy food choices, healthy consumption habits, and good activity patterns. Keyword: Mother Competence, Physical Activity, Consumption of Junk Food, Obesity
Ramadhan Trybahari, Busjra Busjra, Rohman Azzam
Published: 25 April 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 106-118; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.539

Abstract:This study aims to determine the effect of combination therapy Back massage and Slow Deep Breathing on changes in blood pressure in hypertensive patients. Quantitative study Non equivalent control group pretest - posttest design involves 44 respondents into 2 groups, namely 22 respondents in the intervention group combined BM and SDB and 22 respondents in the SDB group. The results showed a significant difference in blood pressure between the combination group of BM and SDB with the SDB group (p = 0.000; α = 0.05) against systolic and diastolic blood pressure on the fifth day. The conclusion of this study is a combination of BM and SDB is an effective therapy for changes in blood pressure. This study recommends that further research be carried out with a larger number of respondents, longer training time and more complex patient conditions such as hypertension patients with complications Keywords: Hypertension; Back Massage; Slow Deep Breathing
Muhammad Amin, Yoga Saputra, Deoni Vioneery
Published: 23 April 2019
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 1, pp 96-105; doi:10.31539/joting.v1i1.518

Abstract:The purpose of this research is to know what happened in RSKJ Soeprapto Bengkulu, which is domiciled in Bengkulu City. This research is a quantitative research. The type of this research approach is quasi experimental research with One-Group Pre-test and post test design. The sample in this study were 15 patients who underwent outpatient at RSKJ Soeprapto Bengkulu which is domiciled in Bengkulu City, the sample was taken by purposive sampling technique. The results of this study indicate the influence of family education on family ability in treating patients with social isolation disorder in RSKJS Bengkulu Province with P = 0,000 (