Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study

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EISSN : 2708-972X
Current Publisher: Asian Multicultural Research Study (10.47616)
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Reinaldi Octabiano G, I Nyoman Yesaya C, Zega Agustian, Yessi Setianegari, Christian Egia S, Dina Sari D, Kurniyanto Kurniyanto
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 28-32; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.96

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Malaria is still a health problem in Indonesia. The number of malaria cases according to the 2018 RISKESDAS reached 8076 cases, and the highest number was obtained from Papua province with 3,334 cases. Multiple infection malaria in Indonesia according to RISKESDAS 2018, has a rate of 0.01% of the total cases, namely Plasmodium Falciparum malaria and Plasmodium non Falciparum malaria. A 47 year old man was referred from the clinic with complaints of high fever preceded by chills 10 days before being admitted to the hospital. Accompanied by shortness of breath, unable to get off the treatment bed due to feeling very weak, nauseous, sick and having a bulging stomach. Physical examination revealed a pale conjunctiva, ronkhi in the lower field of the right lung, dim percussion in the basal of the left lung, hepatomegaly, splenomegaly, shifting dullness. ring form vivax, on chest X-ray found a left pleural effusion. It is known that the patient previously lived in Papua from September 2018 to May 2019. During treatment, the patient was given artesunate injection therapy, dihydroartemisin + piperaquine and primaquin for seven days of treatment. At the end of the treatment, another chest X-ray was performed and re-examination of the peripheral blood smear, no more pleural effusions were found and no parasites were found on re-examination of the peripheral blood smear. Mixed infection of vivax and falciparum malaria, is a rare case that may occur in endemic areas where both plasmodium can be found. The prevalence in Indonesia according to RISKESDAS is only about 0.01% of all malaria cases in Indonesia.
Lena F. Simanullang, Asriwati Amirah, Nur Aini
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 54-64; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.111

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Improving quality of nursing services became a major issue in health development both in national and global, because of growing demands on health services organization to give satisfaction with nursing services maximally by providing the best service to facilitate the ease of fulfilling the needs and realize the satisfaction. This study was a quantitative research design survey analytic used cross-sectional approach. It was conducted at Harapan Hospital Pematangsiantar. The population were 280 respondents and a sample obtained by 74 respondents. Data analysis of univariate, bivariate using chi - square and multivariate using logistic regression at 95% confidence level (α = .05). The result showed that more respondents who gave a rating of good in the aspect of reliability, followed by the aspect of responsiveness, tangible, assurance, and empathy the influence aspects in this study were reliability (p=.002), assurance (p=.014), tangible (p=.011), empathy (p=.030), responsiveness (p=.024). The most influential aspects of this study was the reliability with Exp(B)/OR=20.667 that aspect of reliability that respondents perceived to have the opportunity 20.667 times to produce patient satisfaction. It is concluded that there was an influence of reliability, assurance, tangible, empathy, responsiveness to patient satisfaction in Harapan Hospital. It is recommended to hospital to further improve the quality of nursing service, to improve the welfare of nurse through provision of appropriate incentives hope the nurse, provide training, and installing CCTV in every room and monitoring of the level of patient satisfaction on a regular basis through a survey so that can improve the quality of hospital services as a whole.
Razaka Ai, Jean Baptiste Ramampisendrahova, Rohimpitiavana Has, Razafimahandry Hjc
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 65-69; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.114

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Darier-Ferrand dermatofibrosarcoma is a rare but not exceptional malignant mesenchymal skin tumor, representing 0.1 % of malignant skin tumors. It is characterized by high recurrence, slow growth and low metastatic potential. Although several clinical cases of an unusual variant of Darier-Ferrand dermatofibrosarcoma have been reported in the literature, localization on the palmar face of the hand is not common. We report a case of Darier and Ferrand dermatofibrosarcoma at the level of the fourth commissure of the palm of the left hand in a 43- year-old young Malagasy adult treated by a large surgical excision with a healthy margin of two centimeters associated with adjuvant chemotherapy with Imatinib.
Relevancis Krista Zagoto, Mangatas Silaen, Ivansri Marsaulina Panjaitan
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 45-53; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.112

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Sexual behavior is any behavior that is driven by sexual desire, whether done alone, with the opposite sex or of the same sex, from feeling attracted, dating, flirting, and having sex. Dating status and sexual behavior are closely related. The increasing age of dating adolescents has an impact on increasing opportunities for sexual behavior. This study aimed to analyze the effect of dating status on sexual behavior in Grade XI at SMA XYZ Medan in 2020.This research was mixed method. The population was 413 adolescents, the sample used accidental sampling technique. For quantitative, there are 80 teenagers, including 39 boys and 41 girls. And 6 qualitative informants including teenagers who are dating, peers and teachers. Quantitative data were analyzed by using statistical tests with univariate, bivariate and triangulation. The results showed that the cross-tabulation value of the effect of dating status on sexual behavior in adolescents was p (0.000) <α (.05). There was an effect of dating status on sexual behavior in adolescents. Based on the qualitative results, the key informants stated that they were dating and had committed various sexual behaviors with their boyfriends, while the supporting informants, namely peers, stated that they were close friends with the key informants, knew the dating status and had seen sexual behavior carried out by the key informants.The conclusion that sexual behavior in adolescents at SMA XYZ was found. It is hoped that adolescents will maintain a friendly environment in social interactions and be more active in positive activities, so that unbeneficial activities such as those related to dating and sexual behavior can be avoided.
Devi Ristian Octavia, Dian Nurafifah, Primanitha Ria Utami, Dimas Prayogo Pangestu
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 8-16; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.93

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Hand sanitizers may help increase hand hygiene compliance as the results of invailability of basic needs for cleaning such as soap or water. Since alcohol has an irritating effect on the skin and burns quickly, it is currently discouraged as an active ingredient. Knowledge of covid 19 is critical for the world to have in order for individuals to be able to make informed choices on how to split the covid 19 transmission chain. This thesis employs a pre-experimental method that employs the One Group Pretest-Posttest Design approach. The paired t test was used to examine the relationship between the two variables, namely the betel leaf extract handsanitizer output preparation and the respondent's knowledge of the handsanitizer making process. Extension has an impact on increasing respondents' awareness of how to make natural hand sanitizers. The paired t-test findings indicate that the Sig. = 0.000 0.05, indicating that there is a discrepancy between the pretest and posttest. With a mean value of -5.967, this data indicates the average discrepancy between the pretest and posttest, with a range of -5.383 to -6.551 (95 percent CI), indicating that there is a difference between the pretest and posttest mean values, indicating that the pretest value has an influence on the post test. To stop the spread of Covid19, health care providers and the society must work together.
Due Van Que, Dung Hau
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 22-27; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.99

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The article explains the origins of anxiety disorders during pregnancy, and their treatment. Pregnant women's anxiety is normally manifests itself as emotions, perceptions, and behaviors, which is mediated by biological, social, and genetic influences. Probability analysis is done of this kind. Using a survey of 1500 rural residents as a random number between 100 and 1600 produces a 200% response rate. those findings revealed that 60% of the participants had adequate reproductive age and 51% had mild to moderate anxiety, and 78.4% had high anxiety. The reasons leading to pregnant women's anxiety include their age, working status, lack of care from a boyfriend, having had previously given birth, and their wellbeing before becoming pregnant, all of the woman's family members, and maternal well-being. To resolve this is by sufficient relaxation, anti-depressants, a safe diet, and physical exercise, along with learning how to behave more positively, and by means of ourselves, or through prantal massage.
Atikah Balqis Ferry, Indahwaty Sidin, Atjo Wahyu
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 70-83; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.141

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In many health care systems around the world, increasing attention is focused on Human Resource Management (HRM). HRM is currently manifested as a key element of successful innovation because the human element is involved in the entire innovation process. Innovation is important in terms of public services, for example service innovation using information technology so as to increase efficiency and effectiveness in providing services. This study aims to analyze the effect of HRM on health service innovation in hospitals. This research method is a scoping review. The results of the research are from the literature search that discusses the effect of HRM on innovation in health services in hospitals. The types of innovations supported by HRM are HRM Practices, Knowledge Management, Humble Leadership, Green HRM, Crisis Management Theory, Clinical Directorates Model, and E-Medical services, E-Nursing services, and E-Adminstrative Services.
Ruth Merry Simorangkir, Thomson Thomson, Anto. J. Hadi
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 33-44; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.103

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Patients assess the efficiency of nursing care by the fulfillment of their desires. This thesis was to identify the correlation between nurses' inpatient service quality and patient satisfaction. quantitative and cross-sectional research This sample was made up of all patients admitted to the Deli Serdang Hospital, which indicates that about 320 patients were hospitalized for [for an average of] 3 days.5 days. as many as 77 human population samples of which were chosen to be included in the study All data derived from interviews and observations using a statistical model with a 5% significance level of probability, evaluated using the Multiple Linear Regression Approach The multiple logistic statistical evidence indicates that the influence of the vector service efficiency (p = 0.016) and connectivity (p = 0.016) is important (p = 0.043) on patient satisfaction. The level of contact has the biggest impact on patient satisfaction at The general ward in the Dedun restorative In-Patient Deli Serdang Hospital The results of this study are that service quality, connectivity, tempo, and capacity have an impact on customer satisfaction.
Achnes Pangaribuan, Iga Suryadarma, Wira Gotera
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 17-21; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.97

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Gastric substances that potentially increase the esophageal mucosal damage are: gastric acid, pepsin, bile salts, and pancreatic enzymes. From all of these substances, the highest potential for reflux damage is gastric acid. Although the main cause of clinical symptoms of GERD is acid reflux, it has been known that there are subgroups with typical reflux symptoms that do not provide sufficient response or not responsive to PPI treatment. Despite the improvement of esophagitis, there is no clinical improvements in reflux symptoms of 30% respondents. Therefore, this study was designed to determine fasting gastric acidity with endoscopic findings in patients with GERD. A comparative-analysis study, which determine the fasting gastric acidity from endoscopic findings in patients with GERD. Samples recruited using consecutives sampling technique and divided into groups of esophagitis and non-esophagitis reflux. A total of 40 samples involved in this study. The Mann-Whitney test, was used for analyzing the difference between fasting gastric acidity from endoscopic findings of esophagitis lesions in patient with GERD. The median value for fasting gastric acidity in the esophagitis reflux group was 1.88 (0.82-4.84), whereas the median value for fasting gastric acidity in the non-esophagitis reflux group was 2.49 (0.68-5.97). The Mann-Whitney test result was p=0.298 (p>0.05). This study shows that there is no significant difference of fasting gastric acidity from endoscopic findings between esophagitis and non esophagitis reflux groups in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). This study shows that esophagitis lesions are not affected by gastric acidity.
Angle Lustre, Liza Chiu
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, Volume 2, pp 1-7; doi:10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.98

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The public's reaction to the implementation of health protocols during the Covid-19 pandemic is discussed in this report, as well as the idea of enforcing public health protocols, the relevance of implementing health protocols, and the public's reaction to implementing health protocols during the Covid-19 pandemic. This thesis is a quantitative one that relies on data gathered from surveys. The public reaction demonstrates that health guidelines are needed to strengthen attempts to avoid and monitor COVID-19 for people in public places and hospitals in order to avoid the emergence of new epicenters / clusters during the pandemic, as shown by the 78 percent who cooperate and the 22 percent who deliberately and inadvertently disregard. The community's position in breaking the COVID-19 transmission chain, or the possibility of contracting and distributing it, must be accomplished by the implementation of health protocols. The community's reaction to COVID 19 varies; some people really follow the government's protocol, which some people understand; but, for economic reasons, they still operate outside the home to survive.
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