International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) 2022-08-11T08:33:54+07:00 Dr. Arman Harahap, M.Si Open Journal Systems <p><strong>International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP) e- ISSN : 2808-845X</strong> is a communication media and scientific publication in the health and pharmaceutical fields published by <em><strong>Inara Publisher</strong></em>.</p> <p><strong>International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP)</strong> contains articles from research focusing on basic medicine, clinical medicine, epidemiology, preventive medicine (social medicine), pharmacy, and other medical fields.</p> <p><strong>International Journal of Health and Pharmaceutical (IJHP)</strong> is published periodically four times a year <strong>(November, February, May and </strong><strong>August</strong><strong>)</strong>.</p> Dengue Virus Detection Using Rt-Pcr Method In Ternate City, North Maluku, Indonesia 2022-06-20T15:12:56+07:00 Amalan Tomia Rosmila Tuhatea <p>The Dengue disease is caused by a virus from the family Flaviviridae and there are four distinct, but closely related, <br />virus serotypes that cause dengue (DENV-1, DENV-2, DENV-3 and DENV-4). Dengue virus detection is very <br />important to determine the virus serotype that develops in an area. There are several methods to detect dengue virus <br />based on different targets, namely nucleic acids, viral antigens, and antibodies. This study aims to determine the type <br />of dengue virus serotype in four working areas of the Public Health Center in Ternate City. The sample in this study <br />was the eggs of Aedes sp mosquitoes caught in the homes of DHF sufferers and the houses around them. Collection of <br />mosquito eggs Ae. Aegypti was carried out in four Puskesmas working areas in Ternate City. Ovitrap installation was <br />carried out in 200 houses, with a total of 400 ovitraps. Rearing eggs and dengue virus detection were carried out at <br />the Microbiology Laboratory, LITBAGKES Banjarnegara. The method used in this research is the RT-PCR test. The <br />data analysis of the research results was carried out descriptively. Based on the identification results, the mosquito <br />used in this study was the Aede aegypti mosquito. The results of electrophoresis produced viral RNA with a base <br />length of 100 bp, while the target RNA that had been determined were Den1 = 342 bp, Den2 = 251 bp, Den3 = 538 <br />bp. Den4 = 752 bp. The results of the RT-PCR examination showed that the Ae. aegypti in the four working areas of <br />the Puskesmas did not contain the dengue virus (virus negative).</p> 2022-08-07T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Amalan Tomia, Rosmila Tuhatea Analysis Of Factors Related To Antenatal Care (Anc) Services In Pregnant Women At Waringinkurung Public Health Center 2022-06-12T11:09:42+07:00 Eva Oktasari Titin Eka Sugiatini <p>Antenatal Consideration (ANC) assessment is an effort that saves pregnant women and young people from the <br />causes of gloom and death. The purpose of the ANC is to plan as meticulously and intellectually as possible in <br />order to keep the mom and newborn child pregnant. The requirements related to the contribution of ANC for <br />pregnant women in the Waringinkurung welfare focus strategy were investigated:In the Waringinkurung welfare <br />focus strategy, the described factor is the ANC contribution to pregnant women. Tutoring, data, age, calling, <br />and data sources are all unbiased factors. The survey was used to determine the number of tests from the Slovin <br />section to 83 people. After the facts have been gathered and handled, they will be examined. Results: The study <br />found that the factors associated with providing ANC to young pregnant women at the Waringinkurung <br />polyclinic were ANC contribution (p cost = 0.001), tutoring (p cost = 0.048), information (p cost = 0.030), age <br />(p cost = zero,039), movement (p cost = 0.030), but also source of information (p cost = zero,0.5). The average <br />number of antenatal care visits is several.with the goal of appropriately improving the mother's ability Tips: It is <br />best for pregnant women to have routine pregnancy checks once a month to determine the condition of the <br />mother and baby in the stomach. important phrases: Administration of Ante Natalcare (ANC), preparation, <br />grasp, age, call, and data source.</p> 2022-08-07T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Eva Oktasari, Titin Eka Sugiatini Formulation And Testing Of The Effectiveness Of The Ethanol Extract Lotion Of Rosella Flower (Hibiscus Sabdariffa L.) Lotion As A Skin Moisturizer 2022-06-20T15:17:24+07:00 Felicia Kurnia Tan Suyono Ali Napiah Nasuyion Sahna Ferdinan <p>Rosella flowers are able to provide a moisturizing and smoothing effect because they contain many substances <br />that are useful for the skin, rosella flowers are also synonymous with a sour taste so that it gives a fresh <br />sensation. In this study, the ethanolic extract of rosella flowers used was at a concentration of 2%, 2.5%, 3%, <br />and 5%. This type of research is experimental research using a pre-test and post-test control group design. The <br />sample of this research is Rosella flower extract lotion (Hibiscus Sabdariffa L.). Data analysis using ANOVA. <br />The results showed that the entire concentration group of rosella flower (Hibiscus Sabdariffa L.) ethanol extract <br />in this study was effective in moisturizing the skin. Ethanol extract of rosella flower (Hibiscus Sabdariffa L.) <br />which is most effective in moisturizing the skin is ethanol extract with a concentration of 5%. The entire<br />concentration group of Rosella flower (Hibiscus Sabdariffa L.) ethanol extract in this study was effective in <br />smoothing the skin. The ethanol extract of rosella flower (Hibiscus Sabdariffa L.) which was most effective in <br />smoothing the skin was ethanol extract with a concentration of 5%.</p> 2022-08-07T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Felicia Kurnia, Tan Suyono, Ali Napiah Nasuyion, Sahna Ferdinan The Effect of Folic Acid IntakeAgainst IUGR in Pregnant Mothers Trimester I 2022-06-21T15:30:34+07:00 Feva Tridiyawati Afia Mulyaningsih <p>Nutritional problems are currently the most important because they are a direct <br />cause of death experienced by mothers and their babies after childbirth. Dominantly <br />low nutritional intake and related to poor nutritional status in pregnant women <br />during pregnancy will cause various good impacts on both mother and baby, for <br />example, low birth weight. Bay has been born into this world with a baby weight of <br />more than 2,500 grams. Growth retardation in the fetus is known as intrauterine <br />growth restriction (IUGR). This study aims to determine the effect of giving polalic <br />acid to women who are pregnant in the first trimester and its effect on IUGR. The <br />research was conducted using Google Scholar with the variables studied. The <br />article/review is then read and internalized according to the written criteria and then <br />used as a literature review. The results of the study were carried out by taking <br />articles using observational analysis research methods using cross sectional <br />research methods with a duration of less than 5 years (2016-2021). There is an effect <br />of IUGR on folic acid intake in first trimester pregnant women. deficiency in folic <br />acid during pregnancy and can occur and cause risk factors for fetal malformations <br />and the development of placental disease. A sign of folic acid deficiency is anemia <br />caused by abnormal production of red blood cells. Adequacy of folic acid for <br />pregnant women is 600 g / day to 800 g / day. Folic acid can be obtained from fresh <br />green leafy vegetables, oranges, potatoes and whole grains.</p> 2022-08-07T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Feva Tridiyawati, Afia Mulyaningsih Implementation Of Minimum Service Standards (Mss) In The Pharmaceutical Field At Pharmaceutical Installations At Royal Prima Hospital 2022-06-06T08:30:20+07:00 Firdha Amelia Karmila Kaban Sri Wahyuni Nasution Adrian Khu <p>Minimum Service Standards (MSS) are provisions regarding the type and quality of basic services <br />which are mandatory regional affairs that every citizen has the right to obtain at a minimum. With<br />the preparation of MSS, it is hoped that it can help implement the implementation of Minimum <br />Service standards in hospitals. Knowing the implementation of minimum service standards (MSS) for <br />the pharmaceutical hospital in the pharmacy installation of Royal Prima Hospital. The type and <br />design of this research are qualitative. The population in this study was 5 informants. The results <br />showed that the minimum service standards consisting of medication errors, writing drugs according <br />to the formulary, patient satisfaction, and waiting time for drugs had been carried out at Royal Prima <br />Hospital. Based on the results of research on the implementation of minimum service standards <br />(MSS) for the pharmacy sector at the pharmacy installation of Royal Prima Hospital, it can be <br />concluded that the minimum service standards consist of medication errors, drug writing according <br />to the formulary, patient satisfaction and waiting time for drugs have been carried out. at the Royal <br />Prima Hospital.</p> 2022-08-07T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Firdha Amelia, Karmila Kaban, Sri Wahyuni Nasution, Adrian Khu Analysis Of The Completeness Of Filling In Inpatient Medical Records In Putri Hijau Hospitals Medan 2022-06-16T09:18:22+07:00 Kharina Rizki Aulia Ermi Girsang Sri Wahyuni Nasution <p>Basically the medical record is an important part of health care for patients in the <br />hospital. Medical decisions taken by a doctor based on the diagnosis made will greatly <br />affect the actions of patients in treatment. An accurate diagnosis is based on history, <br />physical examination, supporting examination and written in the medical record file. <br />The purpose of making a medical record to support the achievement of orderly <br />administration in order to improve health services in the hospital. This study aims to <br />analyze and determine the completeness of filling inpatient medical record files at the <br />General Hospital Putri Hijau Medan . This type of research is descriptive with an <br />approach Qualitative using the in-depth interview method from statements to six <br />informants consisting of one pulmonary specialists, one nurse, three hospital <br />management, chief medical records officer. The results of the study generally showed <br />that from 40 medical record files by pulmonary specialists obtained the complete entry <br />date (100%), the percentage of complete entry time (100%), the percentage of complete <br />anamnese recording (80%) completed by the doctor, complete physical examination <br />(55%), complete diagnosis as much as (95%), treatment and complete action as much <br />as (100%), consent and complete action as much as (100%), clinical observations as <br />complete as much as (67.5%), the return summary is completely filled (50%), and the <br />doctor's name and signature are completely filled (90%). The incompleteness of filling <br />medical records is due to doctors feeling the time is limited because of the large number <br />of patients, lack of communication between doctors and nurses in completeness of <br />completing record files, medical lack of monitoring conducted by the hospital. It is <br />expected that doctors, nurses improve communication for the completeness of the <br />medical record, the doctor as the person in charge of the medical record to be more <br />concerned with completing the medical record. Hopefully the hospital management will <br />be more assertive to provide sanctions to the doctor to be able to increase the <br />completeness of the medical record and further enhance monitoring.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Kharina Rizki Aulia, Ermi Girsang, Sri Wahyuni Nasution Analysis Of Water Quality Of The Babura River And Its Users By The Community With Skin Health Complaints In Medan 2022-06-06T08:31:40+07:00 Marlinang Isabella Silalahi Ivana Alice Putri Ermi Girsang <p><em>The water quality of the Babura River is increasingly worrying because of the pollution of domestic waste that occurs. The water condition of the Babura River is physically cloudy in color, looks oily and the river contains human feces. The use of polluted Babura River water can cause health complaints, including skin health problems. The purpose of this study was to determine the water quality of the Babura River, as well as the relationship between water use and skin health complaints in the community in the watershed. This research is an analytic survey using a Cross-Sectional design. There was 592 population in this study, living in the Babura River watershed in Petisah Hulu Village. The number of samples in this study was 86 households determined by the Slovin Formula where sampling was carried out by accidental sampling. Data analysis used Chi-square Test (α=95%). Sampling points were carried out at 3 locations namely Station 1, Station 2, and Station 3. &nbsp;The results showed that water quality had decreased in quality where the Dissolved Oxygen (DO), fecal coli, and total coliform parameters did not meet the river water quality standards according to Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 22 of 2021 concerning the Implementation of Environmental Protection and Management. The statistical test showed that there was a relationship between the use of Babura River water and skin health complaints in the community in the watershed with a p-value of 0.000 (α&lt;0.05). Of all respondents, 17 people experienced skin health complaints in the form of itching and dry, scaly, and peeling skin. It is recommended to the public to avoid using Babura River water directly for daily needs, to neutralize water before using it, and to related parties to try to prevent further pollution in the Babura River.</em></p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Marlinang Isabella Silalahi, Ivana Alice Putri, Ermi Girsang The Effect Of Counter Pressure And Kneading Techniques On Reducing The Intensity Of Labor Pain In The First Stage Of Active Phase 2022-06-10T20:23:46+07:00 Evi Sriayuningtyas Resi Galaupa <p>Pain is a form of discomfort felt by the mother at the time of delivery. One way that can be used to overcome the <br />problem of pain during labor is to apply massage techniques. Among them, the counter pressure massage <br />technique can be done in the lumbar region using the heel of the hand or fist. And the kneading technique is <br />massaging or squeezing using the palms of the hands or fingers to pinch some parts of the skin. The purpose of this <br />study was to determine the effect of counter pressure and kneading techniques on reducing pain intensity in the <br />first stage of normal delivery in primiparous mothers at BPM Evi Sriaayuningtyas. Method This type of research is <br />a Quasi Experiment with a one-group pretest-posttest design approach. The population in this study were all <br />mothers who gave birth vaginally at BPM Evi Sriaayuningtyas in March-April 2022, a sample of 30 people was <br />obtained using purposive sampling technique. Research Results: Based on the results of hypothesis testing using <br />the Wilcoxon test, the value of &lt; (0.000 &lt; 0.05) stated that there was an effect of counter pressure techniques and <br />kneading techniques on reducing pain intensity in the first stage. Conclusion The application of counter pressure <br />techniques and kneading techniques can be used as a intervention in helping mothers in labor to cope with labor <br />pain.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Evi Sriayuningtyas, Resi Galaupa The Effect Of Sbar Communication On Nurse Attitude In Increasing Patient Safety In Krmt Wongsonegoro Hospital, Semarang 2022-06-14T20:57:16+07:00 Melyala Cristy Sembiring Sri Lestari Ramadhani Nasution Ermi Girsang <p><em>Background: WHO officially published the Nine Life Saving Patient Safety, which one is correct communication during handover using the SBAR method. SBAR is considered a clear sign and secure method of communication for problem solving among various disciplines in the medical environment and a simple way of sharing patient information with other medical professionals</em><em>.</em><em> Objective</em><em>: </em><em>to determine the effect of SBAR communication on the attitudes of nurses in improving patient safety. Methods: This research is a quasi-experimental study with a pretest-posttest design with&nbsp; control group design, the results of the research were processed using paired sample t-test. The data collection of this research uses a checklist of observation sheets to assess the ability attitudes of nurses to communicate SBAR using a questionnaire.</em> <em>Results</em><em>: </em><em>this study showed a significant difference in the attitudes of nurses in improving patient safety after being given SBAR communication materials with p-value &lt; 0.05. Conclusion: This study showed significant differences in the attitudes of nurses after being given SBAR communication training in the intervention group. Meanwhile, the control group showed a non-significant difference. This showed that SBAR communication materials affect the attitudes of nurses in improving patient safety.</em></p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Melyala Cristy Sembiring, Sri Lestari Ramadhani Nasution, Ermi Girsang Analysis Of Implementation Of Drug Inventory Control Using Abc-Eoq-Rop-Ss Method At Arun Hospital Lhokseumawe 2022-06-20T15:16:38+07:00 Miftah Asthariq Sri Wahyuni Nasution Sri Lestari Ramadhani Nasution <p><em>The pharmaceutical installation of Arun Hospital Lhokseumawe</em> <em>currently uses the consumption method in controlling drug supply, this method has a weakness, in the shortcomings and advantages of drugs that are difficult to rely on, but the ABC-EOQ-ROP-SS method can answer the weaknesses of the consumption method. The purpose of this study is to provide a choice of other methods for controlling drug inventory at Arun Hospital Lhokseumawe. This study is a mix-method study with retrospective data for quantitative data and primary data for qualitative data. The study was conducted at Arun Hospital Lhokseumawe</em> <em>from October 2021 to November 2021. The research population used was all drug items during August 2020, totaling 269 items. The ABC method is used to group drug items into 3 groups, the EOQ method is used to determine the number of drugs to be ordered in the next order, the ROP method is used to determine when to order drugs at the next time and the SS method is used to determine safety stock. The results showed the results of the ABC method group A were 59 items, B were 64 items</em><em>,</em><em> and C w</em><em>e</em><em>re 146 items, the results of the EOQ method group A were 414 - 159, B </em><em>was</em><em> 414 – 159</em><em>,</em><em> and C </em><em>was</em><em> 778 - 1407 for certain types of drugs, the results of the method The ROP of group A were 12,027 – 962, group B </em><em>was</em><em> 6014 – 20,045 and group C </em><em>was</em><em> 3007 – 200 for certain types of drugs. The results of the SS method group A were 627 – 50, B </em><em>was</em><em> 314 -1054</em><em>,</em><em> and C </em><em>was</em><em> 157 – 11 for certain drug groups. Suggestions for Arun Hospital Lhokseumawe</em> <em>to try methods of controlling drug supplies other than the consumption method so that efficiency in managing drug supplies can be increased. good and can provide training to human resources at the pharmacy installation of Arun Hospital Lhokseumawe</em> <em>related to controlling the supply of drug needs.</em></p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Miftah Asthariq, Sri Wahyuni Nasution, Sri Lestari Ramadhani Nasution Monitoring Intervention Of Video Media Extension And Booklet To Improving Adolescent Reproductive Health Knowledge 2022-06-20T15:14:01+07:00 Nanik Yuliwati Evi Solihatul Afiah <p>Adolescent9reproductive9health is a9healthy state involving the reproductive system, functions9and exposures <br />during adolescence, including mental and socio-cultural health. Maintaining reproductive health during adolescence <br />is very important, because at this time the sexual organs of adolescents are already active. Reproductive health <br />counseling is one of the government's efforts to overcome reproductive health problems. Media that9can be used9in <br />health education are video media and other media such as booklets. The9purpose9of this9study was9to9determine <br />the effect of using video and booklet media on9the9level of knowledge on reproductive health in adolescents. The <br />population were 17 students. The9sample in this9research is 120 students, 60 students counseling provided using <br />video media and the each 60 counseling provided using are booklets. Bivariate analysis using t test. The9results of <br />this9research9show9that the experimental group has a significant9difference between before9and after9counseling <br />with video media (p- value 0.000 &lt; 0.05). There9was a9significant difference9between the control group <br />before9and9after counseling with video media (p-value 0.000 &lt;0.05). It9can be9concluded that there is9an effect of <br />using video media and booklets on the level of knowledge of reproductive health in adolescents. It is suggested to the <br />masters and principals of SMK 1 Banyusari to add learning about reproductive health to students by using video and <br />booklet media methods.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Nanik Yuliwati, Evi Solihatul Afiah Implementation Of The Covid 19 Vaccine At The Royal Prima Marelan Hospital In 2022 2022-06-14T21:01:55+07:00 Natasha Rismayana Wijayanti Sri Lestari Ramadhani Nasution Ermi Girsang Ali Napiah Nasution <p>One of the most effective ways is the provision of vaccines for every Indonesian citizen. The <br />implementation of the vaccination program aims to reduce the transmission/transmission of <br />Covid-19, reduce morbidity and mortality due to Covid-19, achieve group immunity in the <br />community (herd immunity) and protect the community from Covid-19. The purpose of this study <br />is to implement the implementation of the Covid-19 vaccine at the Royal Marelan Hospital 2022. <br />This type of research is a qualitative research with an analytical descriptive design. The data <br />collection technique was carried out by conducting interviews with staff involved in the <br />implementation of the Covid-19 vaccination stages 1, 2 and 3 regarding the evaluation process <br />for the implementation of the Covid-19 vaccination starting from the planning stage, stages 1, 2 <br />and 3. conducted by researchers on 12 officers involved in the Covid-19 vaccination program, <br />information was obtained that the implementation of the Covid-19 Vaccine phase 1 at the Royal <br />Prima Marelan Hospital in stages 1, 2 and 3 went well and achieved the targets set by the <br />hospital. . The community has also greatly benefited from the implementation of the Covid-19 <br />vaccine.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Natasha Rismayana Wijayanti, Sri Lestari Ramadhani Nasution, Ermi Girsang, Ali Napiah Nasution Analysis Of Government Sourcing Health Financing With District Health Account (DHA) Approach In Deli Serdang Regency, 2018-2020 2022-06-14T21:02:59+07:00 Novita Haryani Sri Wahyuni Nasution Chrismis Novalinda Ginting <p>Improving the health status of a community according to the World Health Organization (WHO) requires a minimum <br />budget of 5% - 6% of the total state budget of a country, while to achieve the ideal health status a budget of 15% - 20% of <br />the state budget is needed. A large enough budget is needed because health costs are quite high, while health must still be <br />a priority because it is an investment to improve the health and productivity of its citizens. The District Health Account is <br />a systematic, comprehensive and consistent way of monitoring the flow of funds/financing to the health system in a <br />district/city. The purpose of this study was to analyze government-sourced health financing with a district health account <br />(DHA) approach in Deli Serdang Regency in 2018-2020. This type of research is a quantitative study with a crosssectional design. Sampling technique The sampling technique in this study was the total population, that is, the entire <br />population was used as the research sample. The results of the study explain that the source of health costs, health <br />financing budget managers, health financing service providers, types of health financing activities, health financing <br />budget items, types of health financing programs. levels of government-sourced health financing programs and <br />beneficiaries of government-sourced health financing in Deli Serdang Regency in 2018-2020 all went well. types of <br />health financing activities, health financing budget items, types of health financing programs. levels of governmentsourced health financing programs and beneficiaries of government-sourced health financing in Deli Serdang Regency in <br />2018-2020 all went well. types of health financing activities, health financing budget items, types of health financing <br />programs. levels of government-sourced health financing programs and beneficiaries of government-sourced health <br />financing in Deli Serdang Regency in 2018-2020 all went well.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Novita Haryani, Sri Wahyuni Nasution, Chrismis Novalinda Ginting Analysis of Factors Affecting Life Style on Obesity in Global Prima National Plus School Medan in 2018 2022-06-09T08:30:06+07:00 Prayitna Susanti Sri Lestari Ramadhani Nasution Ermi Ermi Girsang <p>Obesity is one of the health problems that exist among teenagers, the inability of <br />students to manage your diet be one cause of obesity. Good nutritional status can <br />only be achieved if based on diet on the principle of a balanced menu. The <br />purpose of this study was to determine the effect of lifestyle on obesity in school.<br />The type of research used is a cross-sectional survey with an explanatory <br />research method approach. the number of population according to exclusion <br />criteria is 40 people and the inclusion criteria are 70 people. The data were <br />analyzed using chi square test and linear regression with dummy variables to <br />assess the effect of the dependent variable through independent variables. the <br />results showed that there was a statistically significant dietary pattern of obesity <br />0.001 (p = 0.005) and the dietary B constant value of 26, 56, 2.21, which means <br />that if a person with a diet is not good as a single risk factor then the body's BMI <br />will increase by 2.21 kg / m2 from the base value of 26.56 kg / m2<br />. And there is a <br />statistically significant relationship between physical activity towards obesity <br />0.032 (p = 0.05) and B value from the constant physical activity is 26.56, -1.77 <br />means if the respondent has a risk factor in the form of mild physical activity <br />which is also a factor the respondent's single risk of eating will experience an <br />increase in body BMI of 1.77 kg / m2 from the base value of 26.56 kg / m2. while <br />other risk factors such as sleep duration (p = 0.220), snacks (p = 0.1552), <br />socioeconomic status (p = 0.060), school role (p = 0.721), and gadged usage <br />duration (p = 0.274) has a value of p&gt; 0.05, which means that the risk factors <br />did not provide a statistically significant influence on the increase in BMI in the <br />respondents in this study. It is hoped that the school will pay more attention to <br />the nutritional state of the students in the school.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Prayitna Susanti, Sri Lestari Ramadhani Nasution, Ermi Ermi Girsang Analysis Of Knowledge, Characteristics, Attitude, And Behavior Of Nurses Regarding The Use Of Ppe (Personal Protection Equipment) In Accordance With Standard Operational Procedure (Sop) In The Inpatient Room Of Royal Prima Medan General Hospital 2022-06-20T15:15:50+07:00 Rama Atma Negara Chrismis Novalinda Ginting Yolanda Eliza Putri Mangatas Silaen <p>Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is special clothing or equipment used for personal protection from infectious <br />materials. Nosocomial infections are a global health problem. One of the most popular nosocomial infections is the <br />case of the Corona-19 virus (COVID). PPE protects healthcare workers from infectious infections and helps <br />prevent cross-contamination with other patients. The purpose of this study was to determine the analysis of <br />knowledge, characteristics, attitudes, and behavior of nurses regarding the use of PPE according to the Standard <br />Operational Procedure (SOP) in the Inpatient Room of the Royal Prima General Hospital, Medan. This type of <br />research is an analytical observational study with a cross-sectional study design. There is a significant relationship <br />between the characteristics, attitudes, and behavior of nurses on the use of PPE (p &lt;0.05).</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Rama Atma Negara, Chrismis Novalinda Ginting, Yolanda Eliza Putri, Mangatas Silaen The Effectiveness Of Perineal Massage In Primigravida Pregnant Women On Perineal Rupture During Delivery At The Bilal Medika Clinic Serang City 2022-06-11T15:16:30+07:00 Resi Galaupa Husniah Husniah Nurqalbi Sampara <p>Perineal massage is a perineal massage technique that is carried out during pregnancy <br />about 1-6 weeks before delivery. Objective: to determine the effectiveness of perineal <br />massage in primigravida pregnant women against perineal rupture during delivery. <br />Research Methods: quasi-experimental (quasi-experimental) using 40 samples of pregnant <br />women in the third trimester. Collecting data using questionnaire sheets and respondent <br />contract sheets. Data analysis was carried out using the Chi Square test. Research Results: <br />From 40 samples of primiparous women who gave birth, more respondents in the <br />experimental group did not experience perineal rupture, namely 17 (85%). Meanwhile, the <br />control group respondents who experienced more tears were 16 (65%) and p-value = 0.000 <br />(&lt;0.05) with OR = 16.924. Conclusion: There is a significant relationship between perineal <br />massage in primigravida pregnant women and perineal rupture during delivery at the Bilal <br />Medika clinic in 2022.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Resi Galaupa, Husniah Husniah, Nurqalbi Sampara Comparison Of Giving A Combination Of Red Ginger And Mint Leaves Booked With A Combination Of Lime And Honey On The Intensity Of Voting In Pregnant Women In Trimester I 2022-06-08T14:52:11+07:00 Vidi Sri Chandra Resi Galaupa <p>Emesis gravidarum results in a decrease in appetite, this situation can cause changes in electrolyte balance with <br />potassium, calcium and sodium which result in changes in body metabolism. Therefore, in reducing nausea and <br />vomiting pregnant women should use complementary therapies that can be done easily at home. Pharmacological <br />function is antiemetic (anti-vomiting). Lime has flavonoids, the flavonoid content is known to neutralize acidic <br />digestive fluids, releasing toxins in the body. This study was conducted to determine the differences in the <br />effectiveness of giving a combination of boiled red ginger and mint leaves and a combination of lime and honey on <br />the intensity of nausea and vomiting in first trimester pregnant women. This study used a quasi-experimental <br />research design with a pretest-posttest with control group design. Sampling by purposive sampling. The sample size <br />was 28 pregnant women in the first trimester at the Cikande Public Health Center, Serang Regency. The research <br />instrument is an observation sheet. Data analysis used Mann Whitney statistical test. The results of his research <br />using the Mann Whitney statistical test showed a p-value of 0.498, this means that there is no significant difference <br />in decreasing the intensity of nausea and vomiting in first trimester pregnant women at the Cikande Health Center, <br />Serang Regency between those given boiled red ginger and mint leaves and a combination of lime. and honey for 4 <br />days of treatment. It is hoped that health workers will provide education to pregnant women in traditional medicine <br />or local wisdom.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Vidi Sri Chandra, Resi Galaupa Analysis Of Drug Distribution System In Hospital Hospital Karanganyar 2022-06-23T14:30:58+07:00 Waode Suiyati Sunarto S <p><em>Inpatient drug services start from prescribing to patients, using drugs during treatment, until the patient returns home, there may be replacements, additional drugs and residual drugs. Although this service process is the responsibility of pharmacists, it is closely related to the role of medical personnel, nurses and the administrative division in hospitals. Research objectives Identify the percentage</em><em>compatibility between drugs and stock cards,</em><em>Identify</em><em>Turnover ratio,</em><em>Identify</em><em>percentage of expired/damaged drug value,</em><em>Identify</em><em>the average time used to serve prescriptions to the hands of patients,</em><em>Identify</em><em>percentage of drugs served at the Karanganyar District Hospital.</em><em>This research was conducted by following a descriptive research design to analyze the drug distribution system in the Inpatient Hospital of Karanganyar Regency. The data obtained in the form of primary data and secondary data. The research results are</em><em>Percentage of matches between drugs and card stock</em><em>is 86.6% with the indicator set is 100% it can be said to have not been effective when compared to indicators,</em><em>Turn over ratio value</em><em>is 9 times turnover, the standard indicator is 8-12x capital turnover in 1 year. This means that the TOR is effective,</em><em>Percentage of expired/damaged drug value</em><em>is 4.5% and the standard indicator of 0% means that it can be said to be ineffective</em><em>, The average time used to serve prescriptions to the hands of patients</em><em>The long waiting time for compound drugs is in stage II, which is 36.28 minutes, and the waiting time for non-concoction drugs is in stage II, which is 29.42 minutes, with service hours at 14.00-20.00. This is not efficient when compared to the standard value of compound drugs &lt; 30 minutes and non-concoction drugs 15 minutes.</em><em>The percentage of drugs not served is</em><em>0.0085% it has not been effective with an indicator of 0%.</em></p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Waode Suiyati, Sunarto S The Effectiveness Of Giving Angkak And Bananas Against Anemia In Children 2022-06-16T09:16:14+07:00 Wati Feva Tridyawati <p><em>Iron is an important nutrient for making Hb, which is a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen throughout the body's tissues and organs. Iron deficiency can be treated easily and inexpensively. Consuming two bananas a day is an alternative that can meet the needs of iron intake for anemic patients. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of giving Angkak and bananas to anemia in children at PMB Wati in 2021. The design of this study was a descriptive Quasy Experiment, with a two group only pre-post test design. The study involved 2 groups, namely the no-treatment group (added blood) and the treatment group (given added blood and bananas and Angkak). This research data is primary data. This instrument consists of two parts, namely the procedure sheet for giving bananas and Angkak and the action of checking Hb. In this study, the data analysis technique was carried out in two stages of calculation, successively, namely the normality test of the sample data with the Shapiro-Wilk test, and the faired sample test. All calculations were carried out with the help of SPSS for Windows software. Prior to data analysis, using a test on non-parametric statistics. The normality test of the research data used the Shapiro Wilk test. The results of the study were p-value 0.000 &lt; 0.05, meaning that the addition of blood plus bananas and red rice was more effective in increasing hemoglobin levels in anemic children. The conclusion showed that there was a change (increase) in hemoglobin levels after being given treatment to the two groups, namely the added blood group plus bananas and Angkak.</em></p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Wati, Feva Tridyawati The Effect Of Implementation Of Patient Identification Based On The Pall Accreditation Standards On Improving The Patient Safety Program At Royal Prima General Hospital In 2022 2022-06-11T15:17:30+07:00 Yosiana Silalahi Sri Wahyuni Nasution Chrismis Novalinda Ginting <p>Patient safety is a variable to measure and evaluate the quality of nursing<br>services that have an impact on health services. One of the safety services in<br>hospitals starts from the accuracy of patient identification. Patient<br>identification errors at the beginning of the service will continue to the next<br>service error. The purpose of this study was to determine how the effect of<br>implementing patient identification based on JCI accreditation standards on<br>improving the Patient Safety program at Royal Prima Hospital. This type of<br>research is a quantitative study with a cross-sectional design. Sampling<br>technique The sampling technique in this study was to use the Slovin<br>formula with a total sample of 124 patients. Data analysis in this study used<br>univariate and bivariate analysis. The results of the study explained that<br>there was an influence between the implementation of patient identification<br>based on the Plenary accreditation standard to the improvement of the<br>Patient Safety program at the Royal Prima Hospital Medan with ap value of<br>&lt;0.007. Through this research, it is hoped that the Royal Prima Hospital<br>Medan can improve the quality of nursing services, especially in the<br>implementation of identification based on the Plenary Accreditation<br>Standards.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Yosiana Silalahi, Sri Wahyuni Nasution, Chrismis Novalinda Ginting