Journal La Medihealtico

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ISSN / EISSN : 2721-1215 / 2721-1231
Current Publisher: Newinera Publisher (10.37899)
Total articles ≅ 33
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Retno Inten Rizki P, Rahayu Indriasari, Baharuddin Bahar
Published: 17 November 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 38-47; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i6.181

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Maternal health problems are one of the main indicators of health status, namely maternal mortality. Maternal mortality is still a major public health challenge around the world, including in Indonesia. The purpose of this study was to explore aspects of nutritional knowledge related to healthy food, balanced nutrition, exclusive breastfeeding and care during teenage pregnancy for Javanese ethnicity in Ponorogo, East Java. This type of research is qualitative with a phenomenological approach. This research was conducted in June - July 2020. The main informants in this study were pregnant women aged 10-19 years in the working area of ​​the Balong Community Health Center, Ponorogo Regency. The source of the informants was determined by snowball sampling. The snowball sampling technique is a form of judgment sampling. Data collection is more emphasized through in-depth interviews (in-depth interviews), namely individual dialogue with informants obtained directly from pregnant women. The results of the study of 6 informants who were teenage pregnant women in the Balong PKM work area, Ponorogo Regency, all informants had underweight nutritional status (BMI / age) and Chronic Energy Deficiency (KEK). The knowledge explored in the form of: food for pregnant women, balanced nutrition, exclusive breastfeeding, risk of teenage pregnancy and pregnancy care. Based on the results of the interview, the informant said that foods that are good for pregnant women to consume are fruits, vegetables, milk and vitamins. Regarding balanced nutrition, all informants did not know at all what balanced nutrition for care during pregnancy, the informant said there was no difference in pregnancy care except health checks at health services, treatments such as maintaining cleanliness and regular exercise.
Mutiara Hikmah, Asriwati Asriwati, Aida Fitria, Lucia Lastiur
Published: 7 November 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 17-27; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i6.164

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Caesarean section delivery is a method of delivery in which an incision or incision is made in the abdominal wall and uterine wall to remove the product of conception. This study aims to analyze the factors that influence the increase in the number of Sesarea sections in the H. Sahudin Kutacane Regional Hospital, Southeast Aceh, Aceh Province, Indonesia. This research method is a mixed method with a cross-sectional or explanatory sequential approach. The number of samples used for the quantitative study were 40 women giving birth by cesarean section, and for qualitative research using 4 informants consisting of 2 maternal, 1 obstetrician, and 1 clinic midwife. Data collection techniques in this study used primary, secondary, and tertiary data. The data analysis techniques used in this study were univariate, bivariate, and multivariate. The results of this study indicate that the factors of age (p = 0.221), education (p = 0.000), work (p = 0.733), parity (p = 0.000), medical indications (p = 0.140), JKN KIS (p = 0.000), knowledge (p = 0.007), and attitude (p = 0.000). Of the 5 related variables, there were no variables that directly affected the increase in cesarean section (p value => 0.05). There is a significant relationship between education, parity, national health insurance, knowledge and attitudes towards increasing cesarean section delivery in RSUD. H. Sahudin Kutacane, but of the five variables, none of the variables had an effect on the increase in the cesarean section rate in RSUD.H. Sahudin Kutacane.
Vyacheslav Lyashenko, Tetiana Sinelnikova, Oleksandr Zeleniy, Asaad Mohammed Ahmed Babker
Published: 7 November 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 1-6; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i6.162

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The process of medical diagnosis is an important stage in the study of human health. One of the directions of such diagnostics is the analysis of images of blood smears. In doing so, it is important to use different methods and analysis tools for image processing. It is also important to consider the specificity of blood smear imaging. The paper discusses various methods for analyzing blood smear images. The features of the application of the image processing technique for the analysis of a blood smear are highlighted. The results of processing blood smear images are presented.
Kanaang Mabe Parenreng, Veni Hadju, Burhanuddin Bahar, Nurhaedar Jafar, Healthy Hidayanty, Lalu Muhammad Saleh
Published: 7 November 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 7-16; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i6.163

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Nationally, the prevalence of stunting in children under five in Indonesia is 30.8%. The incidence of stunting varies from region to region. This study aims to determine the determinants of stunting in children aged 6-23 months in the locus and non-loci in East Luwu Regency. This research is an observational analytic study using a cross sectional design. The study population was 858 children aged 6-23 months in five locus villages and five non-locus villages. A sample of 200 people was taken using purposive sampling method, data were analyzed using the chi square test and logistic regression using the SPSS application. The results showed the similarity in terms of parental education in both regions. In general, the father has a job and the mother is a housekeeper. Income levels are higher in locus areas. As much as 43.1% of baduta had stunting at locus area and 22.4% at non locus. The logistic regression test showed that the factors associated with stunting in the locus were family members smoking (p = 0.032), hand washing practices (p = 0.036) and exclusive breastfeeding (p = 0.001). Meanwhile, non-locus areas were a history of diarrhea disease (p = 0.049) and hand washing practices (p = 0.052). Combined analysis of locus and non-loci showed that family members smoking (p = 0.005), exclusive breastfeeding (p = 0.001), frequency of complementary feeding (p = 0.027) and hand washing practices (p = 0.001) were determinants of stunting. The most dominant variable in the locus was exclusive breastfeeding, while non-locus was a history of diarrhea. Conclusion: The determinants of locus stunting are family members smoking, hand washing practices and exclusive breastfeeding. Meanwhile, non-locus areas are a history of diarrhea disease and hand washing practices.
Mualimin Mualimin, Thomson P Nadapdap, Deli Deli
Published: 7 November 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 28-37; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i6.165

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The patient safety mission at the hospital is to prevent patient safety incidents from occurring, the number of incidents is said to be like an iceberg phenomenon. The incidence rate in Indonesia based on data from the Joint Commission International (2012) shows that as many as 13% due to surgical errors and 68% due to blood transfusion errors. This study aims to analyze the relationship between leadership support and compliance with nurses in identifying patients in the implementation of patient safety in the Datu Beru Aceh Hospital. Tengah. The research design used a quantitative analytic survey with a cross-sectional design. The population of all nurses working in the Women's Internal Medicine Room at Datu Beru Hospital, Central Aceh was 34 people. The sampling technique used total sampling. Data analysis was carried out by univariate, bivariate and multivariate with chi_square. The results of the research variable Leadership Support with Nurse Adherence obtained p-value = 0,000, meaning that there is a relationship between leadership support and nurse compliance to identify patients in the application of patient safety. Multivariate analysis of leadership support variables obtained sig value of 0.000
Wulandari Wulandari, Samsidar Sitorus, Aida Fitria
Published: 7 November 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 61-70; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i5.161

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According to Republic of Indonesia Minister of Health Regulation Number 52 of 2017, health development is aimed at increasing awareness, willingness and ability to live healthy for everyone so that the highest degree of public health can be realized as an investment for the development of productive human resources. This research is Quasy experiment with one-group-pretest and posttest without a control group which describes the effect of health education through the HIV/AIDS booklet media on adolescent behaviour. The population were 71 people, and all were as the sample. Based on the Wilcoxon Signed Rank test, the significance value is 0.000
Vina Rezeki, Arifah Devi Fitriani, Iman Muhammad, Lucia Lastiur
Published: 7 November 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 54-60; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i5.160

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Nurses who work in emergency room must have more skills, which is implied for every nurse who works in the emergency room to have a good performance. The study aims to analyze the influence of motivation and training on the performance of nurses in the emergency room at Datu Beru Takengon General Hospital in 2018.The design used a quantitative analytic survey. The population were all nurses in the emergency room of Datu Beru Hospital in Takengon by totalling 32 nurses and all were taken as the sample by using total population technique. Data analysis was performed by univariate, bivariate and multivariate analyses.The results showed that out of 15 respondents who had less motivation had a poor performance in the category of less than 9 people (60%) and of the 17 respondents who were motivated, motivation with nurse performance with Chi-Square statistical test obtained p-value =.032
Cut Linar, Muhammad Badiran, Rina Hanum
Published: 13 October 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 30-39; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i5.150

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Postpartum care is a treatment for mothers who are about to give birth or have just given birth so that their reproductive organs return to normal. Madeung is a medical technique commonly used by Acehnese women who have just finished giving birt. The purpose of this study was to explore the study of postpartum care (madeueng) from the perspective of Aceh culture in the village of Kareung Asan, the city of Lhoekseumawe. This type of research is descriptive qualitative with the approach used by researchers in this study is the ethnographic approach. The characteristics of the main informants were postpartum mothers who carried out the madeung process, while the triangulation informants were family and health workers (midwives). The results made, but the factors that motivated parents to carry out the madeng process are sometimes still considered negative. Informants are influenced by experienced users of parents, which results in them imitating negative habit patterns and perceiving some processes as commonplace. Parents often provide user experiences to parents, who live in them imitating negative habit patterns and perceiving some processes that are created as mater, of course. Parents often provide experiences about madeung and all informants have an adequate level of process. It is recommended that mothers who have just given birth and are about to undergo the madeung ritual to have their own firmness in determining their choices regarding personal health, especially regarding the anxiety of abstinence and advice that must be taken.
Zeva Juwita, Samsidar Sitorus, Rina Hanum
Published: 13 October 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 40-53; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i5.151

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There are a number of factors that are thought to be related to the behavior of giving complementary foods such as predisposing factors, supporting factors and driving factors. This study aims to analyze the factors associated with giving complementary foods to infants aged 0-6 months. This type of research is survey research with quantitative and qualitative approaches (Mixed Methods). The research was conducted in the working area of ​​Puskesmas Mongeudong, Banda Sakti District, Lhokseumawe City. Population of 266 people and sample of 160 people. The research informants were 6 people. Quantitative data analysis was univariate, bivariate with the Chi-Square test, and multivariate with multiple logistic regression tests at the 95% confidence level ( = 0.05). The results showed that the factors associated with giving complementary foods to infants aged 0-6 months in the Mongeudong Community Health Center were work (p = 0.016), culture (p = 0.000), infant condition (p = 0.028), and family support (p. = 0.002). Meanwhile, the unrelated factors were education (p = 0.092), knowledge (p = 0.070), maternal condition (p = 0.060), advertising exposure (p = 0.589). The most dominant factor associated with giving complementary foods to infants aged 0-6 months is culture. Mothers who follow culture have the opportunity to provide complementary foods 91.63 times higher than mothers who do not follow the culture. The culture that is still practiced today is peucicap. Another culture is that the mother gives the baby starch water, salt water mixed with sugar (ie sira), scraped bananas, and banana rice at the age of less than 6 months. The habits of the Acehnese people in the care of mothers and babies are usually carried out by their grandmothers who are still healthy.
Kusnatalia Kusnatalia, Arifah Devi Fitriani, Asriwati Amirah
Published: 13 October 2020
Journal La Medihealtico, Volume 1, pp 22-29; doi:10.37899/journallamedihealtico.v1i5.120

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The World Health Organization (WHO) infant mortality rate is the first indicator in determining a child's health status, 3.6 million of the 120 million newborns experience asphyxia, and nearly 1 million babies die. Meanwhile, the prevalence of patients treated at the NICU at the Datu Beru Takengon Hospital from 2016 to 2019 continues to decline every year. The purpose of this study was to determine and analyze the effect of technical competence, efficiency and patient safety on patient family satisfaction. The research design used an analytic survey with a cross-sectional design. The data that had been collected were processed using univariate and bivariate and multivariate analysis. The population of all parents of babies who were treated in the NICU Care Room at Datu Beru Takengon Hospital was 329 people. The sampling technique used accidental sampling. The number of samples that will be studied is 67 people. The results of the research on technical competence variables obtained p-value = 0,000, efficiency 0,000, and patient safety 0,000
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