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Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health
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Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health is a conference collection of technical papers freely accessible to scholars over the world. Articles featured vary areas of efforts to develop health and well-being for better society such as factors of illness, epidemiology, health promotion, health policy, nutrition, environmental health and safety, nursing and midwifery, and other sciences related to health development.
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KNOWLEDGE OF SIDE EFFECTS AND ITS ASSOCIATION TO COMPLIANCE IN IRON TABLETS CONSUMPTION AMONG THIRD TRIMESTER PREGNANT WOMEN Nurhidayah, Nurhidayah; Handayani, Dwi; Lestari, Pratiwi Puji; Yulastini, Fitria
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Background: To improve the quality of teaching, teachers should be able to plan the preparation of teaching and at the same time also be able to do so in the form of teaching and learning interactions. The success of learning is influenced by several factors, one of them is the motivation.The motivation will affect the success of learners. A student who has a high enough intelligence can fail due to lack of motivation. Aims: The purpose of this researchis to determine the relationship of students perception about the use of teaching method and learning motivation and achievement of midwifery D III in midwifery care in pregnancy course. Methods: Observational analytic research with cross sectional approach was conducted in the Diploma Program of Midwifery of Universitas RESPATI on May 29, 2014. The sampling technique was aproportional random sampling with a sample of 138 college students.Statistical data analysis was spearman rank test. Results: The data shows there is no relationship between students’ perception on teaching method andstudents achievement (p value >0.05). However, a very significant relationship (p value < 0.01) was found between students’ motivation and their academic achievement. Conclusion: The findings suggest that among the midwifery students in Diploma Program of Universitas Respati, to achieve better academic performance, the students need motivation (internal or external) to easier understand the academic subject.It is expected to the teachers, especially lecturers to develop the teaching methods and materials in accordance with student motivation in learning. 
THE RELATIONSHIP OF FAMILY SUPPORT TO MOTIVATION (INTENTION) FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH CERVICAL CANCER IN LIGAR MEDIKA CLINIC, WEST JAVA – INDONESIA Fauzi, Aulia Ridla; Yuniarti, Sri
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Background: Cervical cancer is a gynecologic disease with high malignancy rate and becomes the second leading cause of death among women worldwide after breast cancer. In the Ligar Medika Clinic, from 129 cases have been identified, 8 patients died. High mortality rate in patients with cervical cancer wascaused more by the delay in treatment due to lack of knowledge and physical side effects of treatment of patients and psychological disorders such as their rejection reactions. Aims: The purpose of this paper is to know the relationship of family support to the motivation or intention for medical treatment in patients with cervical cancer Methods: The research method used was an analytic study with cross-sectional design. There were 30 patients with cervical disease invited to fill the questionnaire. Data wasobtained directly using a Likert scale questionnaire further run in univariate and bivariate analysis with Chi-Square. Results: The result indicates most of the respondents were lack of family support. This present study found a significant correlation between familys supports to the motivation (intention) medical treatment of cervical cancer patients (p value < 0.001) Conclusion: The findings alarm a need to encourage family of patients to provide support to them during medication. It is to provide complete information about cervical cancer that can induce the family’s attention in ongoing treatment in patients and provide the patients the motivation. 
EFFECTIVENESS OF PREGNANCY EXERCISE ON PAIN REDUCTION AMONG WOMEN IN THE FIRST STAGE OF LABOR Sari, Septa; Handayani, Dwi; Puji, Pratiwi; Nurhidayah, Nurhidayah
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Background: Every woman who gave birth should feel pain during childbirth. One of the ways to reduce labor pain is non-pharmacological method is through pregnancy exercise. From the observations conducted by researchers in March 2016 obtained from 10 nulliparous laboring women, there are three people experiencing mild pain, five people experiencing moderate pain and two people experiencing severe pain during the progress of delivery. Aims: This research aimed to know the differences of the mean level of pain during the first stage of labor between women who performed pregnancy exercise and those who did not. Methods: The design of this research was quasi-experiment. This research conducted in midwive practice Yenni Fitri in Bukittinggi Padang-West Sumatera between March to August 2016. A total of 16 pregnant women and joined the class of pregnant women was selected using purposive sampling method and be asked to fill observation sheet. Results: The result showed that there was a significant different in labor pain during the first stage of labor (p value < 0.001). The mean pain level among pregnant women who participated to pregnancy exercise was 4.03, lower than the control group (6.25). Conclusion: Exercise during the third trimester of pregnancy was the good way to the mother to adapt the pain during delivering baby. Pregnant women can do routine pregnancy exercise from the first trimester of pregnancy. This research is expected to recommend health service providers, especially midwives, to deliver the information and the advantages of pregnancy exercise to the women, and to facilitate exercises on third grade pregnant women since exercise during pregnancy is effective and cost-effective in reducing pain and discomfort during the first stage of labor if done regularly. 
THE POPULATION OF FLIES IN CIKOLOTOK LANDFILL, PASAWAHAN DISTRICT, PURWAKARTA REGENCY, INDONESIA Sugiarto, Danang Wahansa; Hestiningsih, Retno; Rahadian, Rully
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Background: The flies act as mechanical vectors of disease to the digestive tract, such as cholera, typhoid, dysentery, and others. There are a lot of flies in a variety of habitats, one of the preferred habitat is on landfills. The first step to controlling flies is a preliminary survey with collecting data about the population of flies. In the Cikolotok landfill, it has never done a survey population of flies. Aims: This study aims to look the number of flies and the priority area for fly control, the most active time of flies, and species of flies in Cikolotok landfill, Pasawahan District, Purwakarta Regency, Indonesia. Methods: This study was an observational-descriptive research. The flies were observed based on the fly that caught by the flypaper trap and cone trap mounted on 3 areas, i.e. area of sorting garbage, area of stockpiling garbage and area of waste treatment. Data were analyzed by univariate method. Results: The results showed that the density of flies in Cikolotok landfill per point range between 0- 179 flies/15 minutes in every 2-hour. The area that had the highest number of flies is area of sorting garbage with 528 flies. The most active time of flies was in a span of 7:00-9:00 am. The species of flies were found are Chrysomya megacephala (52%), Musca domestica (45%) and Sarcophaga bullata (3%). Conclusion: Sorting garbage area has the highest number of flies and C. megacephala more found in landfill because of physical condition of garbage and the condition of area itself. The flies are more active in a span of 07:00-09:00 due to the condition of physical environment. Monitoring, fly control, research about fly-borne disease and relocation of cattle are needed to control the flies and the effects. 
COMPARISON TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION KINESIO TAPING AND DECREASING TO SCALE BACK PAIN IN PREGNANT WOMEN UNDER THIRD TRIMESTER IN PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT JUWIRING KLATEN, INDONESIA Wahyuni, Sri; Hartati, Lilik; Dewi, Novita P.; Sari, Jusmala
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Background: The changes of soft tissues and connective buffer that able to decrease elasticity and flexibility of muscles can cause low back pain in the third trimester of pregnancy. Dissemination percentage of pregnancy low back pain at first trimester (16.7%), second trimester (31.3%), and third trimester (53%). It can cause long term back pain and increase the trend of back pain in post-partum and chronic back pain that can be more difficult to be cured, if the back pain is not handled well immediately. Management of low back pain can be done both by pharmacologically and non- pharmacologically. Aims: The present study aimed to compare the efficacy between transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and Kinesio taping to the decreasing of low back pain on third trimester pregnant women in Public Health District Juwiring Klaten, Indonesia. Methods: This research is a quasi-experimental research with non-equivalent design and pretest and posttest control group design. There were 18 postpartum, selected by purposive sampling method, and divided into 2 groups equally – intellect TENS and Kinesio taping “Spol Kinematics Tex” group. The therapy was done for 6 times (twice a week). The pain was measured by NRS scale. Data was then analyzed by Wilcoxon and Mann-Whitney test to find the mean differences. Result: This research highlight that effectiveness of interact TENS to decrease low back pain on third trimester pregnant women then the application of Kinesio taping therapy (p value = 0,007) Conclusion: Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation is more efficient to reduce low back pain scale in third-trimester of pregnancy compared to Kinesio taping. This present study suggests a promotion of ergonomics in the form of counseling and poster display to the public, especially pregnant women to reduce low back pain patient. Further research with a larger number of subjects with pure experiment is necessary to avoid the subjectivity factor measurements using a pain scale plasma levels of endorphins. 
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTHER’S PARTICIPATION IN SUPPORT GROUPS WITH EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING PRACTICE IN PUSKESMAS UMBUL HARJO I YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Laela, Nur; Ilmiyani, Siti Naili; Astuti, Etni Dwi; Warsiti, Warsiti
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Background: By the Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS) in 2012, infant mortality rate in Indonesia is still quite high at 32 deaths per 1,000 live births. The majority of infant deaths occur in the neonatal period. The main capital in achieving quality health starts since the beginning with breastfeeding without any additional food in this case of exclusive breastfeeding. Many mothers do not provide exclusive breastfeed due to social factors (maternal employment, social, cultural, supportfamily). Aims: This paper explains the relationship between the rate of participation in maternal supporting group with the success of exclusive breastfeeding program in Community Health Centers Umbulharjo I Yogyakarta in 2014. Methods: This study employed correlation analytical survey with cross sectional approach. The samples were 30 mothers who having a baby age 6 to 12 months, and participated in a maternal supporting group. Results: Of the 30 respondents, 26 (86.7%) of respondents successfully breastfeed exlusive. Of which 23 respondents (76.7%) with a participation rate of mothers in support groups with good category, 22 (73.3%) were successful exclusive breastfeeding and 1 (3.3%) of respondents who did not give exclusive breastfeeding, in the medium category 3 respondents (10.0%), 2 respondents (6,7%) were successful exclusive breastfeeding, and 1 (3.3%) of respondents who did not give exclusive breastfeeding, and low category 4 respondents (%13.3), 2 respondents (6,7%) were successful exclusive breastfeeding and 2 (6.7%) of respondents who did not give exclusive breastfeeding. The participation rate of mothers in maternal supporting group affects the success of exclusive breastfeeding with the P value = 0.026. Conclusion: There was a significant relationship between the rate of participation of mothers in maternal supporting group success exclusive breastfeeding mothers. The social relations become very important to increase the exclusive breastfeeding through mother support groups. 
ANALYSIS OF HEAT EXPOSURE PREVENTION ONSTREET VENDORS WORKERS AROUND DIPONEGORO UNIVERSITY CAMPUS SEMARANG Widjasena, Baju; Jayanti, Siswi
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Background: Climate change impacts on the increase in ambient temperature. This condition affects human health and environmental conditions. Street vendors have the risk of heat stress because of suffered direct sunlight. Efforts to prevent the effects of heat exposure in developing countries are not optimal. Semarang is residential with the hot climate. The aim of this study was to describe how street vendor prevent them from heat stress Method: The research was a descriptive with a qualitative approach. Data obtained from an in-depth interview with 35 street vendors who work around Diponegoro Univesity Campus. The in-depth questioner consists of how about their process of work, clothe, meal, beverage, and symptom of dehydration. The checklist was used to observed their clothe and shading. Data was analyzed with content analysis Results: Street vendors work under the tree. They suffered heat stress from direct sunlight. They wear loose and clear color of clothing. They have a meal with boullion and much water. They use the tree for shading from direct sunlight. The symptom dehydration that appears was dry throat and feel fatigue. But their urine color was still clear. It’s showed that dehydration has not suffered the street vendors Conclusion: Street vendors have good behavior to prevent heat stress so they are not suffered dehydration 
EFFECT OF HEAT STRESS AND NUTRITION STATUS ON WORKER FATIGUE AT TRADITIONAL MUSIC GAMELAN INDUSTRY Ismayenti, Lusi
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Background: Industry of gamelanproduction is informal industry from motherhood heritage of Java. Making gamelan worker direct heat exposure and consume large man power, thus need good physic stamina especially in heatting process. Aims: This study aim to know the effect of heating stress and nutrition status on worker fatique. Method: This study conducted by observation, quesionare, documentation and measurement. Respondents were 30 gamelan-producing workers at forging process dan finising process from 105 populationwithpurposive sampling in Wirunvillage Sukoharjo Central Java Indonesia.Measurement of heating stress using area heat stress tool. Status of nutrition was measured by body weight weighing, while the fatique was measuded by timer reaction tool. Statistic analysis with linear regression. Results: Results showed that heating stress in forging process part has Wet Bulb Globe Temperature(WBGT) average 31oC (>threshold value) and and at finishing process part has WBGT average 27,9 oC (≤threshold value), that means in heatting process was more fatigue compared to in finishing process. Linear regression statistical test with p-value 0.008 (≤0,05) showed there is effect of heat stress on worker fatigue.There was relationship between nutrition status and work fatique, where worker with good status of nutrition have no fatique of 6.67 %, low fatique of 50%, and medium fatigue of 6.67 %. All of worker with low status of nutrition getting fatigue, whereas worker with excessive nutrition status also getting fatigue by medium fatigue of 20 % and high fatigue of 6.67%. Linear regression statistical test with p-value 0.04 (≤0,05) showed there is effect of nutrition status on worker fatigue. Conclusion: Workers in forging site more likely to experience work fatigue than workers in finisshing site. There is effect of heat stress on worker fatigue. There is significant association between nutritional status and work fatigue. 
THE INFLUENCE OF DEEP BREATHING RELAXATION TECHNIQUES TO DECREASE PAIN LEVELS IN THE MOTHERS INPARTU ACTIVE PHASE OF THE FIRST STAGE AT KERTHA USADA HOSPITAL SINGARAJA Pratiwi, Putu Irma; Damayanti, Dina Sulviana; Petricka, Grace
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Background: Pain is the bodys defense mechanism which is unpleasant. Deep breathing relaxation technique is one of the non-pharmacological methods to relieve the pain felt by the mother during labor. Aims: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of deep breathing relaxation techniques to decrease the level of pain in the first stage the mother inpartu active phase. Methodology: Pre Experimental Research. The design of this study used one-group pre-test- posttest design. The measurement of pain is done twice: before the experiment and after the experiment. The sampling technique in this research is total sampling method. The instrument used to measure the level of pain is a Visual Analog Scale (VAS). Giving intervention such as deep breathing relaxation techniques during the active phase of the first stage of contraction repeatedly from the start to the end of the contraction contractions performed during 10 cycles of contraction. Results: the results of measuring the degree of pain the mother inpartu active phase of the first stage before being given a breath relaxation techniques in 30 respondents are located mainly in the category of severe pain as many as 19 people (63.30%). Conclusion: deep breathing relaxation technique is one of the non-pharmacological techniques are most useful to treat pain by regulating the breath, with attention to respiratory expected conditions to be relaxed so that the mother can reduce pain. 
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE OF HEPATITIS B- 0 IMMUNIZATION AND HEPATITIS B-0 IMMUNIZATION TIMING IN JETIS PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE, YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Mayangsari, Nindya; Ardiyanti, Sari
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Background: Hepatitis B, one of dangerous communicable diseases, causes outbreak and death. Jetis Public Health Center, moreover, had lowest immunization scope compared to other public health centers in Yogyakarta, that only at 89.46%. Aims: This is to determine the relationship between the level of mother’s knowledge on Hepatitis B0 immunization and time of Hepatitis B0 immunization in Jetis Public Health Center Yogyakarta. Methods: A semi-qualitative research was employed with an analytical survey and cross-sectional time design. A total of 69 mothers who immunized their infants in Jetis Public Health Center, Yogyakarta, was selected by accidental sampling technique. The data was then analysed by Chi- Square statistical test. Results: The research result showed a relation between the level of mother’s knowledge on hepatitis B0 immunization and time of hepatitis B0 immunization in Jetis Public Health Center, Yogyakarta. Conclusion: The findings highlight the importance of knowledge improvement among the mothers to Hepatitis B0 immunization. The local health providers may need to conduct socialization to encourage mothers to visit health center for infant Hepatitis B0 immunization 

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