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Media Keperawatan Indonesia (e-ISSN: 2615-1669) publishes articles of empirical study and literature reviews focused on science, practice, and education of nursing. Media Keperawatan Indonesia publishes three issues in a year (February, June, and October).
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Decreased The Risk of Hyperbilirubinemia Incidence With The Initiation of Early Breastfeeding Yanto, Arief; Rochayati, Rochayati; Wuryanto, Edy
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2018): nursing practice: an update
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.2.2018.25-31

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Hyperbilirubinemia is a state where increase value of in serum bilirubin in the blood more > 5mg/dl, which is clinically characterized by jaundice on sclera and skin, hyperbilirubinemia can be caused by physiological processes, non-physiological, or a combination of both. Neonates were given early initiation will result in the expenditure of meconium early so tend to have a low risk of the occurrence of physiological hyperbilirubinemia. Research will aim to detect early initiation on the incidence of neonates physiologic hyperbilirubinemia in neonates born at Khadijah room Islamic Hospital Muhammadiyah Kendal. Research kind quasi-experiment by using plant form post test only in a body (one group post test only design). Population in this research patient newborn at Khadijah room Islamic Hospital Muhammadiyah Kendal. Research sample as much as 30  respondens early initiation and 30 respondens not early initiation by using technique purposive sampling. Data analysis included univariate analysis by finding frequency distribution, bivariate analysis with Mann-Whitney Test. The research result of bivariate analysis shows that neonates with early initiation total serum bilirubin value performed intervention group averaged 8,200mg/dl while control group averaged 11,647mg /dl. The initiation of early breastfeeding (IMD) effect on total serum billirubin content of the neonatus. The variables that have contributed to the total serum billirubin content were the implementation of early breastfeeding initiation (IMD) with an effect of 61.2% and influenced by other variables of 38.8%. The conclusion there is influence of early initiation of suckling on physiological hyprbilirubinemia at Islamic Hospital Muhammadiyah Kendal.
Nurse’s Health Education in Families of Pediatric Surgical Clients Naviati, Elsa; Sudarmiati, Sari
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2018): nursing practice: an update
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.2.2018.1-5

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Health education is one important component in caring for children with surgical cases. Health education is done to clients and families as an intervention of various nursing problems that appear both pre and post surgery. This study aims to find out how the implementation of health education provided by nurses to families of child surgical clients. This research method is descriptive qualitative phenomenology by using in-depth interview. The number of participants was 5 nurses. The amount is determined after the researchers assume that the research data saturated. The research produced five themes: preoperative health education, postoperative health education, postoperative nutrition, surgical wound care and post operative post pain. The health education provided by the majority nurses is physical. Psychosocial should also be a topic in health education provided by nurses to clients of children and their families.
Analysis of Factors Affecting Low Coverage of Exclusive Breast Feeding Mareta, Reni; Masyitoh, Robiul Fitri
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2018): nursing practice: an update
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.2.2018.32-34

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Food is a major factor supporting growth and development for every living creature. The quantity and composition of the food consumed is tailored to the needs of each individual. Babies have different food compositions. According to WHO the best food for babies is given breast milk as soon as the baby is born until the first 6 months and continued until the age of 2 years. This condition can not be achieved if coverage of ASI in each region is still less. One of the areas whose exclusive coverage is still low is Magelang City. Data from the health profile of the Magelang City Health Office in 2008 mentioned that in Magelang city there was a percentage of infants who got an exclusive ation of 0.32 percent. Looking at the phenomenon, researchers are interested to know the factors causing the low coverage of exclusive breastfeeding in the city of Magelang. This research is located in the working area of North Magelang Health Center. The model of this research is by observational analytic with cross sectional study design design with quantitative approach. Selection of sample by purposive sampling method with 30 sample people. This study uses questionnaires that we will share to samples that have children maximum 2 years old. The questionnaire contains questions about breastfeeding. From the results of the questionnaire will then be analyzed to determine the factors causing the low coverage of exclusive breastfeeding in the city of Magelang. The results of this study indicate there are several factors that affect the exclusive ation: among others: maternal age, level of education and mother's work. It is expected that the results of this study could be as input for the relevant agencies in this case is the Health Department to make appropriate policies to increase exclusive ASI coverage.
The Effect of Murottal Therapy in Decreasing Depression of Patients Undergoing Hemodialysis Rahayu, Desi Ariyana; Hidayati, Tri Nur; Imam, Tsulis Ahmad
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2018): nursing practice: an update
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.2.2018.6-10

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Background: Hemodialysis can be performed 1 to 3 times a week according to the degree of kidney damage and takes 3 - 5 hours each time. The activity done regularly and continuously throughout life and cause negative effects such as discomfort, decreased quality of life including physical health, psychological, spiritual, and socioeconomic status. The psychological impacts include anxiety, stress and depression. This research aimed to analyze the influence of Murottal therapy on depression of patients undergoing hemodialysis.Method: The research used quasi experimental method with one group pretest-posttest design. The sampling was done by purposive sampling. Data collection used DASS questionnaires. Data was analyzed using T-test and Wilcoxon test. Result: It was found that depression levels were decreased after the given of Murottal therapy. There were 26 respondents performed normal condition (86.7%) and 4 respondents performed mild depression (13.3%).Analyzis: Murottal therapy decreased the depression level on patients undergoing hemodialysis which showed by the T-test correlation with p-value 0.000 (<0.05).Conclusion: Murottal therapy decreased the depression levels of patients undergoing hemodialysisKeywords: Hemodialysis, depression, Murottal tehrapyLiterature: 60 (2005-2017) 
The Effect Of Phototherapy (24 Hours) Towards Jaundice Degrees Of The Newborn In Hospital NICU West Nusa Tenggara Province Selung, Rosalia; Wasliah, Indah; Pratiwi, Eka Adithya
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2018): nursing practice: an update
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.2.2018.11-19

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Background: Aximately 60% of normal birth infant become jaundiced in the first week of birth. The incidence of jaundice in the West Nusa Tenggara hospital in 3 years later (2012-2014) there were 1166 cases. Phototherapy of total serum bilirubin (TSB) increased. Clinical trials have validated the efficacy phototherapy in reducing excessive unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia, and its implementation has been drastically confine the use of exchange transfusion (Bhutani, 2011). Objective:The purpose of this study was to determine the degree of jaundice before and after phototherapy, as well as analyze the influence phototherapy before and after the degree of jaundice in the newborn. Method:This type of research is pre-experimental research design using the approach one group pre-test and post-test design. The study population was all jaundice infants who were treated at Hospital NICU  room in West Nusa Tenggara Provence in May 2016. The sample was 15 respondents with acsidental sampling techniques. The method of data analysis with descriptive percentage univariate and bivariate analysis with test of rank correlation test (spearman) obtained significance value p = 0.000 < 0.05 and spearman correlation coefficients obtained by value p = 0.025 which means there is a strong correlation between the influence of phototherapy (24 hours) the degree of jaundice in the newborn. Result: The results were obtained degree of jaundice before phototherapy is as many as 9 degree 4 respondents (60%) and as many as 6 degrees five respondents (40%). After 24 hours phototherapy all respondents decreased the degree of jaundice and most have some degreen of jaundice 3 of 10  respondents (66,7%) by 5 respondents (33,3%). Discussion:Recommendations can be given is a gift phototherapy to decrease the degree of jaundice.
Bathing Neonatal in Bimanese Tradition and Its Implication Toward Health Wulandari, Ade; Haris, Abdul
Media Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2018): nursing practice: an update
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26714/mki.1.2.2018.20-24

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Background: Child care practices and parenting are still influenced by some habits that are considered as the basic needs of individuals or groups called cultures. An interesting phenomenon is the practice of newborn care by Bimanese by following tradition that is inherited from generation to generation. These child care practices include self-care hygiene of newborns, known as Kandeu Li, i. Kandeu Li'i is the tradition of bathing the baby for a long time, even the child gets shiver and cyanosis. Objective: to get a description of the tradition of self-care of newborns by Bimanese. Methods: data were obtained through descriptive study conducted in the working area in the Asakota Public Health Service  of Bima City on 25 families who were taking care of newborns encountered in the research period. Data collection was carried out by interview and observation method. Result: Observation results showed that 80% of respondents soaked the baby more than 10 minutes when the baby was bathed, 84% of the respondents did an additional tradition after the baby was bathed. The results of the interviews revealed that the majority of respondents said they follow the tradition of bathing the baby from inherited tradition and the reason of the respondent soaked the baby and did an additional tradition after bathing is to make baby can sleep more soundly and not easily surprised. Conclusion: Tradition and beliefs of most Bimanese about the newborn's self-care hygiene has high risk and harmful for the health and safety of the baby. Suggestion: As part of a professional health worker, the nurse needs to conduct home visits for families who will have babies to prepare parenting skills.

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