Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada

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ISSN / EISSN : 2354-6093 / 2654-4563
Published by: Akademi Keperawatan Sandi Karsa (10.35816)
Total articles ≅ 360

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Mujito Mujito, Andi Hayyun Abiddin, Mohamad Miftachul Ulum
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 233-241; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.740

Background: The promotion of non-smoking behavior in elementary schools is one form of promotion of healthy behavior. Aims: Produce educational media that we're able to stimulate smoking prevention behavior in school-age children.Methods: Research and Development design was used with ADDIE development procedures. The subjects consisted of 15 groups of trial respondents and 20 groups of research respondents, from school-age children in Sananwetan State Primary School 3, Blitar City. The object under study was the quality and effectiveness of the basic level of Tastarok game education media. Retrieval of data was done by interview techniques, questionnaires, and checklists, to measure aspects of the feasibility of the material, graphic engineering, and media effectiveness.Results: The product validation results were declared very feasible to be used as a health promotion media as evidenced by the results of the paired t-test analysis with p=0.000, which means there is a significant difference between the average beliefs in smoking prevention behavior before and after the intervention.Conclusion: Educational media for elementary level tastarok games can improve smoking prevention behavior in children, so health promotion workers are expected to be able to use this educational media in health promotion in schools.
Alfi Hakim
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 247-254; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.746

Introduction; COVID-19 is a new problem in the world of Health in all countries that have not been completely resolved until now. COVID-19 can infect anyone, including children. Objective; Assessing the incidence, transmission, symptoms, treatment, examination, classification, and management of COVID-19 in children. Method; Discuss the publication of 26 research articles on COVID-19 in children from various sources such as NCBI and Scholar from 2020-to 2022 and present them in relevant articles. Results; The incidence of COVID-19 in children is lower; clinical manifestations tend to be mild and asymptomatic than in adults. Transmission to children is mainly from the family. The classification of COVID-19 in children tends to be the same as in adults. Until now, no treatment for COVID-19 has been found, and only supportive therapy has beengiven. Conclusion; The incidence and clinical symptoms are milder than in adults, and children have a good prognosis.
Nikita Pramesti
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 242-246; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.744

Introduction; Myopia, global health, and quality of life problem concerns visual disturbances and the impact of refractive errors on daily life and the morbidity associated with this ametropia. Myopia is a risk factor for vision problems to permanent blindness. Adolescent myopia usually begins in school, and affected individuals typically face a lifelong burden of optical and financial correction for their myopic condition. Purpose: This literature review aims to provide current information and guidance on myopia management.Methods: This research is a literature review study, and the literature used consists of 33 libraries consisting of 3 national journals and 30 international journals. Results: Several studies show myopia can be managed and controlled with more time outdoors. Outdoor activities and atropine eye drops can prevent and control myopia. It is useful for reducing or slowing the progression of myopia including daily low-dose atropine eye drops, in concentrations ranging between 0.01% and 0.05%.Conclusion: Myopia is a refractive error in which light rays entering the eye parallel to the optical axis are refracted into the retina when the ocular accommodation is relaxed.
Ricky Zainuddin, Ekayanti Hafidah Ahmad, Syahruni Syahruni, Yantimala Mahmud, Nurbaiti Nurbaiti
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 255-261; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.745

Introduction: Zikir therapy is one way to approach God that aims to find peace of mind and peace of mind. Purpose: By doing zikir will suppress the work of the sympathetic nervous system and activate the work of the parasympathetic nervous system so that it will make someone feel calm. Method: This research explores evidence published in Google Scholar electronic data. Using a search strategy, we obtained 34 potential and relevant articles, from 34 articles of two studies included in the final analysis. Results: We were able to see a significant effect in reducing blood pressure after patients were given zikir therapy. Conclusion: From these results it can be concluded that zikir therapy is a non-pharmacological therapy that can reduce blood pressure in hypertensive sufferers. Health workers can participate in providing this therapy.
Jihan Fadhilah Arsyad, Yuli Setiawaty, Yusnidar Yusnidar
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 282-287; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.742

Introduction: Early stunting prevention efforts must be made to break the chain of stunting spread. Objective: To find out whether there is an effect of knowledge of the prospective bride and groom before and after being given 1000 HPK nutrition education through presentation media and booklets. Method: Pre Experiment design where there is no control variable. This study used a non-randomized one-group pre-post test design, with 26 respondents with various educational backgrounds. Results: Statistical tests showed that there was a significant effect (p-value 0.000) of giving 1000 HPK nutrition education with presentation media and booklets to prospective brides before and after being given treatment. Conclusion: After being given health education, the average knowledge of the prospective bride and groom increased by more than 50% compared to the average before being given 1000 HPK nutrition education.
Ferdy Lainsamputty, Nova Gerungan
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 138-146; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.719

Introduction: Dyslipidemia causes high mortality worldwide, about 4 million per year. The lifestyle of patients with high cholesterol levels tends to be poor which has the potential to trigger cardiovascular disease. Chronic stress in this population is also suspected to be associated with a poor lifestyle.Aim: To investigate the relationship between lifestyle and stress in patients with hypercholesterolemia.Methods: A descriptive correlational and cross-sectional design were applied with 53 respondents. The questionnaires used were Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile (HPLP II) and Perceived Stress Scale (PSS).Results: There was no significant association between lifestyle and overall stress. The stress management domain had a significant correlation with stress.Conclusion: Hypercholesterolemic patients who had good control of psychological conditions, also experienced lower stress levels.
Fransiska Anita Ekawati Rahayu Sa’Pang, Elmiana Bongga Linggi, Trysna Levia Kulla, Zyatna Patattan
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 182-191; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.722

Introduction: Stroke is a circulatory disorder in the brain that occurs suddenly, which is characterized by loss of function from certain parts of the body so that it is disabled. Strokes that enter the rehabilitation phase to reduce disability cause body functions to increase so that they can carry out daily activities that are part of self-management. So that it will be able to self-efficacy well so that self-management in the rehabilitation phase can run.Aims: To know the relationship between self-efficacy and self-management in post-stroke patients.Method: This type of research is observational analytic with a cross-sectional study research design. Sampling using non-probability sampling techniques through accidental sampling amounted to 41 respondents. The instrument used is a questionnaire. Results: Statistical trials showed that there was an association between self-efficacy with self-management in post-stroke patients. Conclusion: That has implications for nurses the importance of increasing self-efficacy in stroke patients so that patients are motivated to heal and improve their quality of life and have an impact on good self-management
Uliarta Marbun, Lili Purnama Sari
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 64-69; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.703

Introduction; Problems experienced by adolescents related to menstruation, dysmenorrhea is the most common gynecological complaint among adolescent and young adult women. Purpose; knowing the effectiveness of acupressure therapy against dysmenorrhea in DIII Midwifery students. Method; The research used was a pre-experimental design and a pretest-posttest design. The population is all students of the DIII Midwifery Study Program. The sample with purposive sampling technique used statistical tests through the Kolmogorov Smirnov t-test. Results; showed that acupressure therapy can reduce pain during menstruation. Conclusion; The effectiveness of giving acupressure therapy is a reduction in dysmenorrhea, a reduction in dysmenorrhea can be seen in 1 to 2 days after regular acupressure therapy is carried out.
Indah Dian Shafira
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 102-107; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.706

Introduction Obesity is an abnormal condition in which fat tissue accumulates that can lead to health problems.Method a literature review study, in which researchers search, combine sari cores and analyze facts from several scientific sources that are accurate and valid.Results showed that acupuncture can lose weight by mechanisms of regulates the endocrine system, improve the digestive system, lowers oxidative stress, suppresses appetite, and increase lipolytic activity.Conclusion acupuncture is used as one of the effective alternative methods for weight loss.
Lilis Raodatul Jannah, Basmalah Harun
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, Volume 11, pp 108-113; https://doi.org/10.35816/jiskh.v11i1.716

Background the increase in the number of Covid-19 cases occurred quickly and spread in various countries in a short time. The impact of coronavirus disease pandemic on people's mental health is in the form of stress, anxiety, depression, and trauma. Aim to know the impact of coronavirus disease pandemic on people's mental health. Method quantitative Descriptive with a Literature Review Approach. Data sources are obtained from search results and article selection using PubMed databases and google scholar. Four articles were identified as meeting the criteria: 1) a sample of people experiencing mental health disorders due to covid-19; 2) issued in 2019-2021; 3) speak English and Indonesian; 4) have full text; 5) Analysis using data maps extracted in grid synthesis tables including authors, year of publication, Country, purpose, sample size, research design, results, and conclusions.Results showed that the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on mental problems is that people experience psychological disorders in the form of anxiety, stress, depression, and trauma. Conclusion coronavirus disease has a great impact on people's mental health.
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