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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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THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LEAN STRATEGY TO ALLEVIATE OVERCROWDING IN EMERGENCY ROOM: NARRATIVE REVIEW Oryza, Yani; Ilyas, Jaslis
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 3 (2018)
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Background: Emergency Room (ER) of hospital worldwide undergoes significantly challenging problems; overcrowding patient leads to block the access, causes discomfort and increases demands to be served by medical personnel immediately. To overcome these problems, the ER needs to implement lean strategies. This study presents a narrative review aimed to identify whether there is a positive impact of the lean implementations in overcoming the overcrowded ER or not. Methods: This narrative review explores the current literature from an online database and highlights the lean strategies adopted by several ER to reduce overcrowding and delaying and to streamline patient flow. Literatures without data on waiting time, length of stay (LOS), and untreated patients leaving the ER, will be excluded from this review. The types of intervention were grouped into team triage, streaming, fast track, point-of-care test (POCT), and nurse-requested x-ray. Results: The evidence of lean intervention is beneficial in reducing patients’ waiting time and length of stay (LOS). Fast track reduces the length of waiting time, LOS, and the number of untreated patients by physician. Team triage consisting of appointed doctors and nurses also has a positive impact on shortening the waiting time. There is not enough evidence to suggest that streaming, POCT early in arrival, and x-rays by nurses can reduce waiting times and LOS.Conclusions: The implementations of lean strategy have a positive impact in shortening the waiting time and LOS, and help speed up the patients’ flow and access to other supporting units. 
EFFECTIVENESS OF PREGNANCY EXERCISE ON PAIN REDUCTION AMONG WOMEN IN THE FIRST STAGE OF LABOR Sari, Septa; Handayani, Dwi; Puji, Pratiwi; Nurhidayah, Nurhidayah
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 1 (2017)
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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. 
ANALYSIS OF NUTRITIONAL CONTENT OF TORBANGUN (Coleus amboinicus Lour) LEAF BISCUIT Nababan, Donal
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 3 (2018)
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Background: One of the local food ingredients that can be utilized as a complementary food is a torbangun leaf. Torbangun leaf is usually consumed in the form of torbangun leaf soup or served as vegetables with main meal. Torbangun is rich in iron, vitamin C, energy, protein, fat that is very beneficial for infant growth and is widely available in the market with cheap price. Torbangun leaves, especially when made into powder, can be processed into a wide range of food products such as biscuit, but needs several intervention trials to search its long shelf life with high energy density. Methods: The purpose of this research is to study the formulation of torbangun leaf biscuit and to analyze the nutrient content in meeting the nutritional requirements of child stunting aged 12-18 months. Organoleptic test was conducted with 5 point hedonic rating test. This study used Anova test to see the mean difference in the assessment of leaf biscuits torbangun. Results: With the addition of 10% (A), 20% (B), and 30% (C) torbangun leaf powder in every 100 gr biscuit, the organoleptic test showed that biscuit with 20% of torbangun flour had the highest organoleptic score on taste, flavor, texture and color. The biscuit contents energy and protein similar to the commercial fortified (PMT) biscuit with high content of iron and calcium. Compared with the PMT biscuits, the torbangun leaf biscuit meets the energy criteria (at least 400 kcal/100gr) but slightly having lower protein (less than 8gr/100gr). However iron content of torbangun biscuit equals the upper range of the PMT biscuit (4-7.5 mf/100gr) and very high calcium content (almost 10 times higher than the PMT biscuit). Consclusions: The selected biscuits with 20% torbangun leaf powder will be used in the following intervention study promoting complementary food recommendation with fortified biscuits. 
DEVELOPMENT OF MYANMAR CARBOHYDRATE COUNTING BOOKLET Htwe, Win Thida; Kriengsinyos, Wantanee; Pachotikarn, Chanida; Rojroongwasinkul, Nipa
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 2 (2017)
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Background: Diabetes mellitus is one of the major challenging problems in Myanmar. Even with its high occurrence, the prevalence of good glycemic control was relatively low. According to Myanmar food culture, most of the foods that Myanmar people daily consumed are carbohydrate-based. Therefore, a nutrition education tool that can raise the awareness of amount of carbohydrate in foods and provide scientific but comprehensible dietary information about carbohydrate counting is necessary in all arenas to combat diabetes: prevention, promotion and management. Aim: The aim of this study was to develop Myanmar carbohydrate counting booklet. Method: The first phase developed the booklet and then the acceptance of the booklet was assessed in the second phase by an experimental study. Results: In the first phase, the booklet named “Basic Carb Counting for People Living with DM” was developed. It was 14.5 × 20.5 × 1 cm in size and of 103 pages. It contained illustrated facts and information about diabetes, about basic carb counting and carb choices of different food items along with respective food photographs. In the second phase, 36 people with diabetes participated in the study with the mean age of 48.4 ± 10.7 years, 47.2% of male and 52.8% of female. The results showed that the knowledge score of diabetes, carbohydrate and total scores increased significantly (p <0.05) between pre-test score and post-test score. The participants’ satisfaction level with the newly developed booklet was somewhere between “very satisfied” to “extremely satisfied” giving the mean and median responses of between 5 and 6 on a 6-point Likert scale. Conclusion: The developed carbohydrate counting booklet was accepted by people with diabetes in Myanmar and the contents in the booklet were understandable to witness the improvement in the knowledge of the disease and basic carbohydrate counting concept as well. 
PERINEAL MASSAGE: PREVENTING PERINEAL EPISIOTOMY AND PERINEAL LACERATION DURING CHILDBIRTH Rhomadona, Shinta Wurdiana; Hardianti, Minarni
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 2 (2017)
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Backgrounds: Approximately 4-5% of maternal deaths in Indonesia is caused by trauma in the birth canal, of which perineal laceration and episiotomy are the most common occurrence. Generally, as much as 80- 90% of episiotomies are performed on first-time mothers (primipara). Episiotomy can be prevented by perineal massage from 34 weeks gestation. Aims: To reveal a picture of episiotomy implementation in primiparous mothers who received perineal massage at BPM (Independent Clinic of Midwifery) Istiqomah in Sidotopo, Surabaya . Methods: This research used descriptive method. The population were primiparous mothers who received perineal massage. The sample of 20 mothers were chosen by consecutive sampling technique. This research used perineal massage as the independent variable and episiotomy and perineal laceration as the dependent variables, and was measured using the observation sheet during childbirth. The data was then processed by using a frequency distribution table. Results: The results showed that out of 20 respondents who received perineal massage, only four had done an episiotomy during childbirth. Each of these four women had complicated condition - three of whom had fetal distress and one had an exhausted childbirth process. Conclusion: The main benefit of performing perineal massage during episiotomy procedure is to relax the muscles surrounding the perineum and make them more elastic. 
THE POPULATION OF FLIES IN CIKOLOTOK LANDFILL, PASAWAHAN DISTRICT, PURWAKARTA REGENCY, INDONESIA Sugiarto, Danang Wahansa; Hestiningsih, Retno; Rahadian, Rully
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 1 (2017)
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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
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 1 (2017)
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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. 
ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE USE AMONG ADOLESCENTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Junaidi, Edi; Hidayat, Budi
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 3 (2018)
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Background: The innovation of the cigarettes industry leads to evolved into an electric cigarette. US General Surgeon in 2016 reports that 13.5% of junior high school students, 37.7% of high school students and 35.8% of young adolescents in America have used electric cigarettes. This study aims to identify the use of electric cigarette among adolescent Methods: This study utilized systematic reviews using PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews & Meta-Analyzes) to identify all published literature using relevant keywords. The selection process is based on the literature of which the population is human, published in the last 5 years, and there is a complete text form, then selected back by title and abstract. The journal used is the selected journal based on the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Results: Electric cigarettes are used by adolescents influence through social media or commercial advertisement. One type of electric cigarette that is widely used is the Electronic Vapor Product (EVP) that can easily to obtain from retail stores, kiosks, malls, and the internet. Electric cigarette users were led to increasing the symptoms of bronchitis and asthma in adolescents. Conclusions: The use of electric cigarettes in adolescents has increased mainly among male adolescents. The current study revealed the use of electronic cigarette was influenced by the several factors: lifestyle, electric cigarette prices, and the teenager’s pocket money. Therefore, serious efforts needed to control the factors that affected the teenage users of electric cigarette. Campaign on ruthless effects of the electric cigarette among adolescents should be implemented in the school, furthermore in several places related to teenagers. 
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
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 1 (2017)
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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. 
FAMILIYS SUPPORT AND ITS EFFECT IN INCREASING THE ELDERLY VISITATION TO POSYANDU Ariani, Wenty Ika; Rahmadiliyani, Nina; Widyawati, Widyawati
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 2 (2017)
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Introduction: Along with global tendency of increasing life expectancy, the number of elderly in Indonesia also tends to increase. To monitor the well-being of the elderly, both from the mental and the physical standpoints, the government-run integrated health service posts (Posyandu) hold a special program for the senior citizens. Aims: To analyze the association between families support and elderly visitation in Danau Panggang Health Center. Methods: This study used analytic survey with cross sectional design. The population were 378 elderly age 59 years old and older in Danau Panggang Health Center in 2015, and with Taro Yamane, the chosen sample was 194 elderly. The chi-square test was used for statistical analyses. Results: The study showed most of the respondents (56.7%) do not support and a majority of elderly do not actively participate (57.2%). Hypothesis test results showed that there is a correlation between family support and elderly participation to Posyandu with p-value = 0.000 < (α = 0.05). Conclusion: Family supports can increase elderly visitation to Posyandu. Participating in Posyandu activities and following the health officers’ directions prove beneficial to improve health conditions among the elderly. This research is expected to be an input for Posyandu to enhance its elderly program by optimizing the performance and presence of cadres in each activity. 

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