Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius

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ISSN / EISSN : 2656-8926 / 2684-8287
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Mansur Sididi, Rahman Rahman, Yusriani Yusriani
Published: 21 December 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 88-96; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i2.1470

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the factors that influence the high risk behavior of contracting HIV / AIDS on ship crews in Makassar City. This type of research is a quantitative study with a cross sectional study design. The results showed that there was no influence of knowledge and support from health workers with the high risk behavior of contracting HIV / AIDS on ship crew at Soekarno-Hatta Port because crew members already know a lot about transmission from HIV / AIDS and are also supported by the education level of ABK (p. value> 0.05). In conclusion, knowledge and the role of health workers had no effect on the high risk behavior of contracting HIV / AIDS among ship crew. Keywords: Crew, Behavior, High Risk
Juli Andri, Henni Febriawati, Yusuf Randi, Harsismanto J, Asih Dewi Setyawati
Published: 21 December 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 73-80; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i2.1396

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The purpose of this study was to see how the management of pulmonary tuberculosis treatment. This research uses a qualitative approach. The results showed that 1 in 3 tuberculosis patients did not comply with tuberculosis treatment in the working area of the Sukamerindu Public Health Center, Bengkulu City. Factors that support treatment non-compliance are the lack of knowledge of tuberculosis treatment guidelines. In conclusion, patients who do not comply are caused because they feel he is already healed and are lazy to take more medicine at the Sukamerindu Health Center, PMO already understands his duties as a PMO. Keywords: Compliance with Medication, Drug Giver, PMO, Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Lia Hartini
Published: 21 December 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 105-112; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i2.1765

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This study aims to determine the relationship between education and parity with the use of Under-the-Skin Contraceptives (AKBK) in Ermi's Independent Practice Midwives (BPM), Karya Bakti, 2020. This research method uses an analytical survey method with a cross sectional approach. The results of univariate analysis obtained from 98 respondents showed that there were 35 mothers (35.7%) who used AKBK contraception and 63 people who did not use AKBK contraception (64.3%). Most of the mothers with less education were as many as 64 people (65.3%), and mothers with good education were 34 people (34.7%). And most of the mothers had low parity (having children
Yessi Andriani, Maidaliza Maidaliza, Rinona Iverta Alvaensi
Published: 21 December 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 81-87; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i2.1630

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of providing health education through telenursing on increasing knowledge and prevention of pathological vaginal discharge in adolescents at SMK Negeri 2 Bukittinggi in 2020. This study used a quasy experimental method with a group pre-post test design. The results showed an increase in the mean level of knowledge and prevention of leucorrhoea, where the mean level of knowledge before and after health education was 12.77 and 27.18, while the mean prevention of vaginal discharge before and after health education was 18.55 and 33.82. The statistical test results obtained a p-value of 0.000 for the level of knowledge and a p-value of 0.000 for the prevention of pathological leucorrhoea. In conclusion, there is an effect of providing health education through telenursing on increasing knowledge and preventing pathological vaginal discharge. Keywords: Leucorrhoea, Health Education, Telenursing
Padila Padila, Lussyefrida Yanti, Bintang Agustina Pratiwi, Wulan Angraini, Rengga Depri Admaja
Published: 21 December 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 64-72; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i2.1418

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The purpose of this study was to determine the comparison of the use of touch and talk Educational Game Tools (APE) and the skill play of playing snakes and ladders to reduce anxiety levels of pre-school age children. This research method is a quantitative study with a quasy experimental design of two groups pretest-posttest design. The results obtained in the Touch and Talk Educational Game Tool (APE) group before the intervention had an average anxiety score of 31.62 and after being given the intervention it was 17.31 with a p-value of 0.000, the group playing snake and ladder had an average The score of anxiety before being given intervention was 31.56 and after being given the intervention it was 24.38 with a p-value of 0.000. The statistical test results obtained p value 0.001
Mera Delima, Yessi Andriani, Tri Lestari
Published: 21 December 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 97-104; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i2.1617

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This study aims to determine health education's effect on menstruation on readiness to face menarche in grade V and VI students at SDN 39 Kinali in 2019. The research method is pre-experimental quantitative research with a one-group pretest-posttest design. The results of this study are the readiness of respondents to face menarche before being given health education is 91.50, after being given health education is 101.25 the mean difference between the respondent's willingness to meet menarche before and after health education with statistical test results obtained in P = 0.001 with a difference in mean Average 9750. In conclusion, health education has an effect on menstruation on students' readiness to face menarche. Keywords: Menarche, Menstruation, Health Education
Lia Hartini
Published: 27 May 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 54-63; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i1.1145

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This study aimed to determine the relationship between knowledge and income of family planning acceptors and subcutaneous contraception (AKBK) at BPM Habibah, Meat Jaya Village, in 2020. The research method used an analytic survey method with a Cross-Sectional approach. Univariate analysis results obtained from 50 respondents known that most respondents with good knowledge as many as 28 respondents (56%) more than those who lack awareness that is as much as 22 respondents (44%), a small proportion of respondents who have high incomes are 19 respondents (38%) more few of the low-income mothers were 32 respondents (62%). Those using under-skin contraception (AKBK) were 35 (70%) respondents. Based on the chi-square statistical test results on the relationship between knowledge (ρ value 0.011) and income (ρ value 0.042) with the use of AKBK. In conclusion, there is a significant relationship between knowledge and income with the use of under-the-skin contraception (AKBK) at BPM Habiba, Meat Jaya Urban Village, in 2020. Keywords: Family Planning Acceptor, Knowledge Contraception, Income
Muhammad Amin, Yurike Ade Lestari
Published: 27 May 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 22-33; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i1.1087

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The purpose of this study was to determine the analysis of vertigo patient experience in the work area of ​​the East Lingkar Health Center. The study design was qualitative with a phenomenological model on five informants taken with the snowball sampling technique. The results of interviews that have been prepared through the transcript process and obtained five themes, namely: 1) aspects of knowledge, four informants can explain vertigo based on experience when experiencing dizziness; 2) aspects of clinical manifestations, all informants complained of headaches, nausea, but no vomiting, only vomiting; 3) etiological issues, all informants acknowledge that they experience stress and have sleep problems or sleep disorders; 4) historical aspects, four informants had experienced vertigo before; 5) handling issues, all informants were only given medication by doctors and suggestions for adequate rest and not too much thought. In conclusion, the experience of vertigo patients, form knowledge, there are differences in vertigo with ordinary headaches where the level of vertigo pain is much higher and is accompanied by a sense of object/spinning environment. Keywords: Experience, Vertigo Patients
Harsismanto J, Juli Andri, Tirta Dwi Payana, Muhammad Bagus Andrianto, Andry Sartika
Published: 27 May 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 1-11; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i1.1146

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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of sleep quality with changes in blood pressure in elderly hypertension at Tresna Werdha Social Home (PSTW) Bengkulu Province. This type of research is quantitative research in the form of an analytic survey with a cross-sectional research design. Univariate analysis results showed blood pressure in hypertensive elderly at Tresna Werdha Social Home (PSTW), which is 12 respondents (54.5%) had mild hypertension, ten respondents (45.5%) had moderate hypertension. Sleep quality experienced by elderly hypertension, 11 respondents (50%) experienced good sleep quality, and 11 other respondents (50%) experienced poor sleep quality. The results of bivariate analysis using chi-square test obtained ρ value = 0,000 and C value = 0.674. In conclusion, there is a significant relationship between sleep quality and changes in blood pressure in hypertensive elderly at Tresna Werdha Social Home (PSTW) in 2019. Poor sleep quality affects changes in elderly blood pressure. Keywords: Sleep Quality, Elderly, Blood Pressure
Rini Hariani Ratih
Published: 27 May 2020
Jurnal Kesmas Asclepius, Volume 2, pp 34-43; doi:10.31539/jka.v2i1.592

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This study aimed to determine the relationship between the mother's knowledge and attitudes about care for perineal wounds. This research uses quantitative research. The research design used was cross-sectional. The results of the study are based on analysis using the chi square> 0.05 statistical test. It is known that the p-value is 0.02 for the knowledge variable and 0.04 for the attitude variable. In conclusion, there is a significant relationship between knowledge and wound care perineum; there is a relationship between postpartum attitudes to care for perineal wounds. Keywords: Postpartum, Knowledge, Perineal Wound Care, Attitude
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