Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan

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ISSN / EISSN : 1978-5755 / 2656-1557
Current Publisher: Poltekkes Kemenkes Yogyakarta (10.29238)
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Praptiwi Praptiwi, Sulistiyawati Sulistiyawati, Ngatini Ngatini
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 8, pp 42 – 47-42 – 47; doi:10.29238/caring.v8i1.366

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Adolescence is a transition period from childhood towards adulthood that needs adjustment to the changes that happened in their life. Teenagers’ failure in their social & emotional development will result in their lack of sensitivity towards the environment and their ability in adapting among their friends. Thus, a tension will occur, and it will result in problem-solving behaviour (coping mechanism). This research attempts to figure out the relationship between the coping mechanism and adolescents’ social & emotional development in SMAN 1 Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta This research was carried out by using descriptive correlation approach and cross-sectional research design. The research population are class XI students of SMA N 1 Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta. There are 128 students taken as samples by applying random cluster sampling as the sample collection technique. The data were collected through the social and emotional development questionnaire and coping mechanism questionnaire. Then, the bivariate statistical test utilizes a chi-square test. The majority of the respondents are female with 89 female students (69.5%) as respondents. The coping mechanism under the emotion-focused coping category is 69.5%, and the social & emotional development is adequate, reaching 91.7%. According to the analysis of the correlation test, the p-value is 0.317. There is no relation between coping mechanism and the adolescents’ social & emotional development in SMAN 1 Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta
Evi Suryandari, Sulistiyawati Sulistiyawati, Lia Endriyani
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 8, pp 01 – 08-01 – 08; doi:10.29238/caring.v8i1.361

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Teenagers are the time to mature with the rapid development of physical, cognitive, emotional and social. Not all adolescents get through smoothly. Emotional, social problems marked aggressiveness and delinquency during 2016 in DIY recorded 43 cases of student brawl, perpetrators of children aged 14-18 years. One of the factors that influence is peers. Teens spend a lot of time hanging out with their peers, so peers are influential in emotional-social development. To know the relationship of peer role with emotional-social development of students at SMK Negeri 2 Sewon Bantul Yogyakarta. The design of this research is analytic descriptive with a cross-sectional approach — the sampling condition used cluster random sampling method with 107 student sample. The research instrument used is a peer role questionnaire and emotional, social development questionnaire — bivariate statistical test using Pearson. The majority of respondents were women of 81 people (75.7%), 16 years of age 77 people (72%), peer role was 81 people (75.7%), and emotional, social development both 101 people (94.4 %). The role of peers is with emotional-social development, both 76 (71.0%). Result of bivariate test analysis obtained p-value = 0,028 and correlation coefficient value 0,213. There is a significant relationship between the role of peers with emotional-social development in the students at SMK Negeri 2 Sewon Bantul Yogyakarta
Setiyawan Setiyawan, Lina Pratiwi, Noerma Shovie Rizqiea
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 8, pp 15 – 22-15 – 22; doi:10.29238/caring.v8i1.363

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Non-hemorrhagic stroke is a disease which is related to a functional disorder of the brain due to the blood vessel blockage by a blood clot, or by the narrowing of an artery or some arteries that lead to the brain which causes weakness of muscular strength. One of the non-pharmacological therapies, which are beneficial to non-hemorrhagic stroke patients, is hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy is a therapy which utilizes water to cure or relieve various complaints. One of which is the complaint of how to strengthen muscular strength. The objective of this research is to investigate the effect of warm footbath hydrotherapy to increase the muscular strength of non-hemorrhagic stroke patients. This research used the quasi-experimental research method ith pre-test and post-test nonequivalent control group design. Non-probability sampling with purposive sampling was used to determine its samples. The samples consisted of 40 respondents, into two groups: intervention and control group. The data of the research were analyzed by using the Wilcoxon’s Test and Mann Whitney’s Test. The result of the research shows that the footbath hydrotherapy had an effect on the muscular strength of the non-hemorrhagic stroke patients as indicated by the p-value = 0.000, and there was a difference between the control group and the intervention group where the p-value was 0. 008. The footbath hydrotherapy affected the muscular strength of non-hemorrhagic stroke patients. Thus, nurses as health practitioners are expected to administer warm footbath hydrotherapy to increase the muscular strength of non-hemorrhagic stroke patients.
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 8, pp 23 – 31-23 – 31; doi:10.29238/caring.v8i1.364

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Hypertension is increased blood pressure in the artery. Signs and indication arise from this disease are a dizzy, headache, pain in the nape of the neck (neck pain), easily angered, and hard to breathe. This neck pain can offend essential hypertension in daily patient activities. One of the non-pharmacological actions to decrease or overcome the neck pain is by a warm compress. The warm compress is giving a sense of warm/heat in a certain area. This research is purposed to find out the influence of warm compress towards neck pain in essential hypertension patients. This research is carried out in Puskesmas Depok I area, Sleman, Yogyakarta. Type of this research is quasi-experiment with pre-test post-test with control group design. Several samples consist of 40 respondents and divided into two groups, which are 20 respondents of the intervention group and 20 respondents of the control group. Statistic test used in this research is Wilcoxon and Mann Whitney tests. Before applying pre-test, 12 respondents (60%) are having moderate pain, and after giving warm compress (post-test), 17 respondents (75%) are having minor pain. There is a significant scale of neck pain before and after the warm compress treatment (p-value = 0,003) as well as contrast scale of neck pain between intervention group and control group (p-value = 0,000). There is the influence of warm compress towards neck pain in essential hypertension patients in Puskesmas Depok I area, Sleman, Yogyakarta.
Tendy Ar Riqi, Sutejo Sutejo, Erika Nurwidayanti
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 8, pp 32 – 41-32 – 41; doi:10.29238/caring.v8i1.365

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Hemodialysis would affect body image and have an impact on the spiritual wellbeing of patients due to the variety of changes in the patient’s body. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between body image and the spiritual wellbeing of patients undergoing hemodialysis. The research method is descriptive correlative with a cross-sectional approach. The study was conducted in PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital Gamping with a sample of 60 respondents. The sampling method is purposive sampling. Data collection tool in this study is a questionnaire with 22 statements. Data were analyzed using univariate and bivariate analysis using chi square tests. The results showed that there is a relationship between body image and the spiritual wellbeing of patients with chronic renal failure undergoing hemodialysis with p-value (0,027) < α (0,05). This study recommends hemodialysis unit to improve further performance in providing comprehensive care nursing practice both physical and psychosocial in patients with chronic renal failure undergoing hemodialysis especially on the subject of body image disturbance that will affect the spiritual wellbeing of patients.
Rohana Fatma Zahra, Sutejo Sutejo
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 8, pp 09 – 14-09 – 14; doi:10.29238/caring.v8i1.362

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Schizophrenia is a set of some clinical indications shown by cognitive disorder, emotional disorder, perceptional and behavioural disorder. Schizophrenia does not only attack psychologically but also affects one’s social and economic condition. One of the social supports from family is instrumental support as economic function and health treatment given by a family member. Schizophrenia does not directly cause death, but it will make the patient unproductive and become the family burden. Family is the smallest unit of society consisting of the head of the family and some people under the same roof who depends on each other. This research objective is to find out the correlation between instrumental support and burden of schizophrenia family members at Mental Treatment Polyclinic of Grhasia Mental Hospital, Yogyakarta Special Province The design of this research is non-experimental correlation using cross-sectional design, while the sampling of the technique was using accidental sampling. The samples of the research consist of the 91 family members of schizophrenia patients at Grhasia Mental Hospital of Jogjakarta Special Province. The data were collected using a questionnaire and then tested statistically using Spearman’s correlation. Most of the family instrumental support is in high category (76.1%), and the burden of the family members of schizophrenia patients is also high (54.9%). The analysis result shows that there is no significant correlation between instrumental support and burden of family members (p-value = 0.820). There is no correlation between instrumental support and burden among the family members of schizophrenia patients at Mental Treatment Polyclinic of Grhasia Hospital Yogyakarta Special Province. It is suggested that the family members of the patients can accept patients well through patient treatment involving all family members, not only caregivers.
, Induniasih Induniasih,
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 7, pp 60-65; doi:10.29238/caring.v7i2.356

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Pre operative anxiety occur in patients that undergoing anesthesia procedure and elective surgery. Music therapy is one of distraction technique , because music can reduce physiological pain, stress, and anxiety. Music therapy pushed down sympathy nerve system that reduce body stress respons. Music cause the brain release endorphine, increase dopamine level, and help rise up safety feeling. Find out the effect of music therapy to anxiety in pre general anesthesia patients in PKU Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Hospital. This study uses a quasy experimental which aims to see the difference in pre anesthesia anxiety before and after given music therapy in intervention and control group. This study uses quasy experimental design here takes group pre test and post test with control sort design. Patients is given pre test and post test with APAIS scale, in intervention group with treatment. Samples in this study amounted to 20 respondents of control group and 20 respondents of intervension group. Data collection is done on May to June 2017. The result of collected data were processed using Wilcoxon test with significant α = 0,05. There is a difference of anxiety before and after in the intervention group using music therapy. Wilcoxon test results obtained Sig. 0,000 (
Yunita Andika Mau, Agus Sarwo Prayogi
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 7, pp 86-93; doi:10.29238/caring.v7i2.360

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Background: The nurse is the hospital's most frequent source of contact with the patient, so as to prevent nurses and patients from the risk of contracting nosocomial infections the need for nurse motivation to improve adherence in the application of universal precautions. Objective: To know the relationship between nurse motivation and nurse compliance in the application of universal precaution in Rajawali Citra Yogyakarta general hospital. Method: Type of research using descriptive quantitative with cross sectional approach. Number of samples of 45 nurses with total sampling technique. Data analysis using Chi-Square analysis. Results: The results showed that there was a correlation between nurse motivation and nurse compliance in the application of universal precaution at RSU Rajawali Citra Yogyakarta p = 0,000 (α0,05) with correlation coefficient strength that is equal to 0,547 or medium relationship. Conclusion: There is a correlation between nurse motivation and nurse compliance in the application of universal precaution in RSU Rajawali Citra Yogyakarta with moderate relationship.
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 7, pp 66-72; doi:10.29238/caring.v7i2.357

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General anaesthesia makes the patient temporally unconscious. Anaesthesia techniques and doses of the medications administered may affect the patient's recovery consciousness period. Post-anaesthetic management is so important to prevent the complications of delayed recovery consciousness period such as airway obstruction, hypoxemia, hypercarbia, and aspiration. Murottal therapy is one of the non-pharmacological therapies that can provide hemodynamic stability, relaxing effect, peace of mind, and increased threshold of consciousness. The aim of this study was to know the effect of murottalayatulsyifa’ therapy in patient's recovery consciousness period in post-general anaesthetic at PKU Muhammadiyah Gamping Hospital. This research used quasi experiment method with post-only design. The research held in March-April 2018. The samples were 21 respondents of the treatment group (given murottal) and 21 respondents of the control group of post-general anaesthetic patients with purposive sampling technique. The result of this study showed that there was influence of murottal ayatul syifa’ therapy in patient's recovery consciousness period in post-general anaesthetic with (p-value) 0.000 (p
Fatma Laili Nugraheni, ,
Caring : Jurnal Keperawatan, Volume 7, pp 53-59; doi:10.29238/caring.v7i2.355

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Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Basic Health Research The Results of Basic Health Research 2013 (Riskesdas) shows the prevalence of cancer of children aged 0-14 years amountdeto 16,291 cases. While the most common type of cancer suffered by children in Indonesia is leukemia and eyeball cancer or retinoblastoma. Chemotherapy is a cancer treatment using drugs or hormones. Children who undergo chemotherapy will experience symptoms as nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, fever and fatigue (fatigue). The purpose of this study is to determine the description of family understanding about the side effects of chemotherapy in children in Yayasan Kasih Anak Kanker Indonesia-Jogjakarta. This research uses descriptive research type with research design that is quantitative. The sampling technique used is total sampling with 45 respondents. The instrument used is questionnaire. This research was conducted from March 2017 until May 2017. It was found that some respondents had good knowledge about chemotherapy side effect that is 25 people (59,5%). Characteristics of respondents who had good knowledge are respondents whose age in the range of 36-45 years (28.6%). Respondents who had good knowledge about the side effects of chemotherapy were respondents who had a junior secondary education of 12 respondents (28.6%), with IRT work of 13 (30.9%), earning less than Rp.1.500.000 and respondents Never get information has good knowledge. The researchers concluded that some respondents had good knowledge about the side effects of chemotherapy.
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