Journal La Medihealtico
ISSN / EISSN : 2721-1215 / 2721-1231
Current Publisher: Newinera Publisher (10.37899)
Total articles ≅ 53
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Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 16-22; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i2.310
From the first forty cases of working stress on workers, work stress incidence on nurses is located at the top of the list. The suitable handling and management for nurses are crucially required. Working stress management is a program to help someone overcome stress. The purpose of this research is to find out the effectiveness of stress management and physical activity towards working stress on nurses in TK II Putri Hijau Hospital. This research is using a quasi-experimental design with one group pretest-posttest design. The population in this research consists of 152 people and all of them are being examined using stress questionnaires to earn the stress level. Nurses who have medium stress level are chosen to be the samples of this research, which consist of 42 nurses that are being divided into 2 groups with 21 people in each group. Therefore, 21 people obtain stress management training treatment, and the other 21 people receive physical activity treatment. In this research, the Stress Scale (PSS-10) which is a self-report questionnaire is being used. Moreover, the data is processed using parametric analysis, which is Wilcoxon. Based on the research, it is found that stress management training and physical activity has a significant effect on the reduction of nurses working stress in TK II Putri Hijau Hospital Medan.
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 11-15; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i2.312
Breathing exercises are designed and performed to achieve more controlled and efficient ventilation. The dilation of blood vessels affects blood pressure, which is to reduce the resistance to blood flow, so that blood pressure tends to be normal. Holding your breath also helps to increase your concentration, and stabilizes your emotions. Thoughts and emotions feel more stable and it is easy to concentrate on holding your breath. In breath-holding meditation practice is very helpful in increasing concentration. By holding your breath when the lungs are filled with air or empty, the process of taking oxygen by the blood stops, resulting in a lack of oxygen in the blood. This condition stimulates the blood to form more Hb cells, so that when you inhale, the amount of oxygen absorbed by the blood increases, as well as when you exhale, the amount of CO2 that is removed is also greater. The holding of breath will also cause a decrease in the amount of oxygen in the body's tissues, which increases the acidity of the body's tissues. The process of moving air in and out of the lungs to facilitate gas exchange with the body's internal environment, primarily by introducing oxygen and removing carbon dioxide. Breathing exercises are designed and performed to achieve more controlled and efficient ventilation.
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 58-68; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i2.317
Patients in health services have different behaviors in deciding to take advantage of health services. Patients used various considerations to make decisions based on the health products or services for re-treatment. The study aimed to analyze the factors that influence the patient's decision in using health services for re-treatment. This research was quantitative with cross-sectional design and conducted at Tanjung Pura Regional Hospital. The population was 3.946 people, and the sample were 247 respondents taken by using purposive sampling. Data analysis was univariate and bivariate using chi-square and multivariate using multiple logistic regression at the 95% confidence level (a= .05). The results showed that the factors that influenced the patient's decision to use health services for re-treatment at the Tanjung Pura Regional Hospital were the service quality of doctors / nurses (p= .000), distance (p=.049), facilities (p=0.000), and service speed (p = .000). The factors that did not influence we age (p=.461). gender (p=.895), education (p=.371), occupation (p=.593). The most dominant factor influencing is facilities with Exp (B)/OR =14.477, meaning that respondents who stated that the hospital facilities were good, had the opportunity to use health services for re-treatment by 14.4 times higher the respondents who stated that the hospital facilities were not good. It is suggested to Tanjung Pura Regional Hospital to propose and allocate a budget for improving hospital facilities that are still lacking and adding new service facilities so that it can increase public confidence for repeat treatment
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 30-40; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i2.314
Work stress is caused by many factors from workplace, family, home, or environment. Excessive work stress will make someone anxious until developing excessive fatigue. Fatigue will decrease performance and increase work error rate that cause fatal workaccident.This study aimed to analyze influence of working stressors against nurses fatigue in patien room in haji hospital Medan. This study was quantitative method with a cross-sectional design, with a sample of 53 respondents. This study used questioners of the NIOSH Generic Job Stress Questionaire and Industrial Fatigue Research Committee which has been translated into Indonesian and has cheeked for validity and reliability. The results of the study regarding the influence work fatigue and work stress (P-value 0,000, r : 1,000), the influence workload and work fatigue (P-value 0,000, r : 1,000), the influence interpersonal conflict and work fatigue (P-value 0,000, r : 1,000), the influence job satisfaction and work fatigue (P-value 0,000, r : -0,588), the influence social support and work fatigue (P-value 0,000, r : -0,892), and based on the logistic regression test workload were variables the most influential, with an odds ratio of 94,5. The conclusion shows that workload is a variable that has strong influence on fatigue. Nurses with heavy workload are 94,5 times more likely to experience fatigue. So that the hospital needs to monitor and evaluate the performances of the nurses so the workload can be fixed and adjusted with the right capacity and ability of the nurses in providing services
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 51-57; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i2.316
Diabetes exercises are physical exercises designed according to age and physical status and are part of the treatment of diabetes mellitus. When a person does physical exercise in the muscles of the body, the heart system and blood circulation and breathing are activated. Therefore, the body's metabolism, fluid and electrolyte balance and acid base must adjust. Muscles will use free fatty acids and glucose as a source of energy or energy. When physical exercise begins glucose originating from muscle-muscled glycogen when physical exercise starts being used as a source of energy. Assessing the effect of the implementation of prolanis exercise activities on reducing blood sugar levels in patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Puskesmas Padangmatinggi in 2019. This type of research is quantitative with a quasi-experimental design that designs using one group pretest-posttest, when this study was conducted in January-April year 2020. The population in this study were all patients with diabetes mellitus who follow prolanis gymnastics in Padangmatinggipuskesmas with purposive sampling technique, namely the determination of the sample by specifying specific characteristics consisting of 15 intervention / experimental groups and 15 control groups 15 people The results showed that there was an effect of the application of prolanic exercise activities to reduce blood sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes at Padangmatingi Public Health Center in Padangsidimpuan with a P-Value of 0.007, and there were differences in blood sugar levels in the intervention and control groups with a P. Value of 0,000.
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 41-50; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i2.315
Family planning to spacing or planning the number and distance of pregnancies using contraception. Data on active family planning participants based on the type of contraception at the Pasie Raya Community Health Center in 2019 was 39.4%, there was no increase in the coverage of active KB participants based on the type of contraception in 2018 of 49.4%. The aim is to find out what are the factors that influence the use of family planning program services for women in the working area of the Pasie Raya Community Health Center. This type of research is a combination research (mixed methods research) combining or combining quantitative methods and qualitative methods with Accidental Sampling sampling techniques on 90 samples and 5 informants. Quantitative data were analyzed using univariate, bivariate and multivariate logistic regression tests. The results of the study showed the influence of knowledge, information sources, culture, family support and support from health workers on the utilization of family planning program services. Based on the multivariate analysis, the support variable for health workers is the dominant variable, while the results of the qualitative analysis on key informants and supporters can be concluded that women have taken advantage of the Kb service program, but most of the women do not understand and understand the benefits that are obtained from the family planning program. The conclusion from the health workers is very important in the utilization of family planning program services. It is recommended that the Health Office conduct more evaluations of family planning services at the Puskesmas. It is necessary to improve the quality of Kb services by including health workers in training.
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 69-77; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i2.313
The research objective was to analyze the effect of health service licensing policies on service quality at the Medan City Investment Service and One Stop Integrated Services. This research method is mixed methods, amounting to 27 people. The results of the research on the relationship of health service licensing policies with the satisfaction of the online licensing application for the SiCantik Cloud application, it is known that the licensing policy is good quality service with the relationship between physical evidence and satisfaction of the online licensing applicant for the SiCantik Cloud application, it is known that physical evidence of the applicant is satisfied, the relationship of reliability with the satisfaction of the online licensing applicant of the SiCantik application. Cloud, it is known the reliability of the applicant's clinical licensing officer, the relationship of responsiveness with the satisfaction of the online licensing applicant of the SiCantik Cloud application, it is known the responsiveness of the applicant's clinic licensing officer, the guarantee relationship with the satisfaction of the online licensing applicant for the SiCantik Cloud application, it is known that the clinical licensing guarantee of the applicant is satisfied, the relationship of empathy with the satisfaction of the licensing applicant online application SiCantik Cloud, it is known that the empathy of the applicant's clinical licensing officer is satisfied. Research suggestions are expected to the next researchers to prioritize research related to public services, especially health, because health services have a very important role in people's lives.
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 1-10; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i2.309
One of the jobs that is prone to stress is a nurse. According to PPNI, 50.9% of Indonesian nurses experience work stress. This study was to determine the factors that influence the stress of nurses at the Putri Hijau Level II Hospital, Medan. The research design used was cross sectional with a population of 152 nurses in this study and the sample used a stratified random sampling technique to 60 nurses. Data analysis using binary logistic regression test. Research shows that there is an effect of workload (p = 0.03) and interpersonal relationship (p = 0.03) on nurses 'work stress, while the variables of gender, tenure, career development and role conflict have no effect on nurses' work stress. Workload and interpersonal relationships in the workplace have the potential to cause work stress for nurses. So it is advisable for the management to adjust the physical and mental workload with the capacity and ability of nurses, and strive for a conducive social environment.
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 23-29; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i2.311
Hypertension is a cardiovascular disease with a high prevalence and risk of death in developed and developing countries with blood pressure reach ≥140/90 mmHg. Hypertension is the 3rd cause of death after stroke and tuberculosis, reached 6.7% of the population of deaths at all ages in Indonesia. Results of Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) Balitbangkes showed that the national prevalence of hypertension reached 31.7%. The National Formulary (Fornas) is a list of drugs compiled based on the latest scientific evidence by the National Committee for the Compilation of the Fornas. Evaluation of the appropriateness of antihypertensive treatments in outpatients at Batang Beruh Health Centre Sidikalang seen from the National Formulary was the aim of this study. This research is non-experimental, quantitative descriptive was conducted in May - July 2019 at Batang Beruh Health Centre Jl. Pahlawan Sidikalang, Sidikalang District of Dairi, North Sumatra. The population was 231 hypertensive patients using antihypertensive drugs, with sampling using the Slovin formula, amounted to 70 respondents. Based on the research conducted, in the Calcium Antagonist group, the names of the antihypertensive drugs used are Amlodipine and Nifedipine. Meanwhile, in the ACEIs group, the drug used is Captopril. Whereas in the Angiotensin II receptor antagonist group, the drugs used are Micardis, Valsartan and Candesartan. Whereas in the Diuretic group, the antibiotic used is Furosemide.
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 2, pp 1-12; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v2i1.280
Efforts to reduce population growth are carried out by controlling births through family planning. The contraceptive method recommended by the government is the Long Term Contraception Method (MKJP) because it is more efficient, safe, and effective. Data at the state, provincial, district / city level, as well as data from the Community Health Center, the use of non-MKJP (73.4%) is more desirable than the Long-Term Contraception Method (MKJP) (26.6%). Many factors cause someone to choose to use MKJP based on Green's theory. The purpose of this study was to analyze the factors that influence EFA in the selection of the Long-Term Contraception Method (MKJP). This type of research is an analytic survey with a cross sectional design. The research was conducted in the working area of the Medan Teladan Community Health Center. The population of PUS mothers was 2,897 people, and the sample was obtained 110 people. Data analysis was univariate, bivariate using chi-square and multivariate using multiple logistic regression at the 95% confidence level ( = 0.05). The results showed that the variables that had an effect on the selection of MKJP in the Medan Teladan Community Health Center were knowledge (p = 0.002), family / husband support (p = 0.038), and the role of cadres (p = 0.001). The variables that had no effect were attitude (p = 0.153), accessibility (p = 0.061), and peer support (p = 0.098). The most dominant factor was the role of the cadre variable with a value of Exp (B) / OR = 8.819, which means that respondents who stated that the role of cadres was supportive had the opportunity to choose MKJP by 8.8 times higher than stating that the role of cadres was not supportive. The conclusion of this study is that the selection of MKJP by Fertile Age Couples (PUS) is influenced by knowledge, family / husband support, and the role of cadres. It is recommended that KB cadres increase counseling to husbands and wives about MKJP by offline (face to face, leaflets, brochures, etc.) and online (internet) during the Covid-19 period.