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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS)
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DECREASING NAUSEA AND VOMITING DUE TO CHEMOTHERAPY INDUCTION THROUGH PEPPERMINT AROMATHERAPY lestari, indah -
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 1 No 1 (2017): IJNMS Volume 1 Issue 1, Agustus 2017
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Nausea and vomiting often appear with  under various conditions, includ being a common side effect of using anti-neoplastic drugs. Chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV) is a major problem that can often alter the quality of life (QoL) and patient adherence to treatment if left untreated. Aromatherapy peppermint is one form of improvised non pharmacological handling of CINV. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of giving peppermint aromatherapy in reducing CINV in chemotherapy patients.This study was a quasy experiment with a Non Equivalent with Control Group design, with total sample groups of 285 respondents with consecutive technique. Parameters in this study used Rhodes Index Nausea Vomiting and Reching (RINVR). The data were analyzed using Wilcoxon sign rank test as a test of change of nausea scale of pre and post vomiting in experimental group using peppermint aromatherapy and control group. The results of the differences from both groups were tested with mann whitney-u test. Wilcoxon sign rank test analysis, showing differences in the incidence of nausea and vomiting in the control group and intervention group. The result of change of decrease in experimental group value ρ = 0,001 is more significant than control group with value ρ = 0,020. The difference is tested with mann whitney-u test with the result value ρ = 0.002. Aromatherapy works in one’s body by triggering the release of neurotransmitter like enkephalin and endorphin which have analgesic effect and increase the feeling of comfortable and relax. Through inhalation, the fragrance of aromatherapy is transmitted through two ways, first is through limbic system into hypothalamus until pituitary. Second is transmitted through olfactory cortex, into thalamus and then head to neocortex. Through these two ways aromatherapy shall be processed until it creates individual perception   Keywords       : CINV, Chemotherapy, Peppermint aromatherapy
Nursing science development for nursing practice: a philosophical perspective Arpanantikul, Manee; Akbar, Amar
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 2 No 03 (2018): IJNMS Volume 2 Issue 3, December 2018
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Knowledge development , research methodology definitely related to the philosopher's framework, it was very important for a scientific discipline to realize the philosophical orientation that is the basis for the development of theory and advancing science in nursing. Science becomes knowledge with the publication of results, then continue to grow as general knowledge and continued by wrote in text books, this ways would makes history to correct errors, science used physical evidence to answer questions and depends on modern humans to draw conclusions from the evidence, science looks to explain original sources, nature, and physical processes that might be detected in the univers. In practicing nursing science, nurse should stand in professional character as way to compete with others profession with several ways : 1) Legitimate job to  brew great denomination 2) Valid proof in specific practice area 3) Diverse nursing knowledge in practice and theory 4) Control and standard in strong educational arrangement 5) Set up official organization in practice and education 6) Define interpersonal side in part of profession 7) Outrageously expand for ethical code and action    
Challange and Fighting Social Stigma in Patient With Schizophrenia in Indonesia. Akbar, Amar; Zainuri, Imam; Azizah, Lilik Ma'rifatul; Dornhofer, Kyle
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 2 No 01 (2018): IJNMS Volume 2 Issue 1, April 2018
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Purpose - This article aims to give an opinion on the cause of still the case of pasung in Indonesia, physical restraint and reduction in people with mental illness (called pasung in indonesia), still found in indonesia, government program ” indonesia free of pasung” still can not erase indonesia from pasung. Design/methodology/approach -The approach to literature study causes the escape especially social stigma that occurs to make the case of the pipe still continues to exist Findings -The findings of many literature studies suggest that social stigma is a cause of social restraint in patients with severe psychiatric disorders Originality/value -The value of this study envolve Empowering people with mental disorders through social intervention can reduce the side effects of antipsychotic drugs and simultaneously help self-stigma in people with mental disorders
THE INFLUENCE OF DIABETIC FOOT GYMNASTIC TO BODY BALANCE IN ELDERLY DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS IN GATOEL MOJOKERTO HOSPITAL DIABETIC CLUB Muhith, Abdul Muhith; Mujib, Hannan Mujib; S, Dwi Helynarti; S, M Himawan; S, Ismawati S; Sutarti, Tatik
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 2 No 03 (2018): IJNMS Volume 2 Issue 3, December 2018
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Diabetes mellitus suffers from insulin deficiency which inhibited the transfer of glucose to cells in body tissues that cause starvation cells an in the increase in glucose in the blood that leads to muscle weakness thus disrupt the body’s balance and increase the risk of falling. Diabetic foot exercises aim to improved blood circulation in the feet of people with diabetes mellitus, so that nutrient smoothly to the network. The purpose of this study to determine the effect of diabetic foot gymnastics on body balance elderly people with diabetes mellitus in Diabetic Club Gatoel Hospital Mojokerto in the 27 February – 25 March 2017. This research used a Quasy Experimental method with Pretest-Posttest with Control Group Design. The sampling technique used Simple Random Sampling with the sample of 17 respondents for the control group and 17 respondents for the intervention group. Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test obtained p-value 0,000 < 0,05 concluded that there is an influence of diabetic foot exercises on body balance in elderly people with diabetes mellitus in Diabetic Club Gatoel Hospital Mojokerto. The study recommended that elderly people with diabetes mellitus is expected to take advantage of diabetic foot exercises as an effort to improve the balance of the body to reduce the incidence of fall.
INFLUENCE OF DYSMENORRHEA GYMNASTIC ON MENSTRUAL PAIN TO 8TH GRADE STUDENTS OF SMPN 2 SOOKO DISTRICT MOJOKERTO Idayanti, Titiek; Su'idah, Hartin; Haryanto, Devi Kharismanda; Sari, Surya Mustika; Mardiana, Heppy Rina; Virgia, Vera
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 2 No 01 (2018): IJNMS Volume 2 Issue 1, April 2018
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Light exercises (gymnastics) are highly recommended to reduce dysmenorrhea but during this adolescent only use medical therapy drugs to reduce the pain felt. The purpose of this study to determine the effect of dismal gymnastics on menstrual pain in adolescent girls 8th grade of SMPN 2 Sooko Mojokerto regency. The research design is Pre-Experimental Design with Static Group Comparison approach. The research variables are dysmenorrhea gymnastic as independent variable and dysmenorrhea pain as the dependent variable. The study population is all students of 8th grade who experienced menstrual pain in SMPN 2 Sooko as many as 54 people. A sample of 48 students taken with cluster sampling technique. Data were collected with pain scale observation sheets, and the results were tested with the Wilcoxon test. The results of Wilcoxon test showed that there was the influence of discharging gymnastics on menstrual pain in 8th grade of SMPN 2 Sooko Mojokerto. which is indicated by ρ = 0,000 and α = 0,05 so that ρ <α then H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted. Gymnastics dysmenorrhea with several movements that can provide a sense of comfort and calm so that it can affect the response of pain experienced by respondents. Students are expected to apply dysmenorrhea gymnastics to be able to relieve the pain of dysmenorrhea pain experienced so that the pain experienced can be reduced and respondents not only rely on pharmacological drugs in reducing the pain experienced.
LEVEL OF TURMERIC ACID THERAPY EFFECTIVENESS TO REDUCE INTENSITY OF MENSTRUAL PAIN Hanum, Sri Mukhodim Faridah; sadiyah, lida khalimatus
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 2 No 02 (2018): IJNMS Volume 2 Issue 2, August 2018
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Menstrual pain is an incidence of discomfort during menstruation. The current incidence of menstrual pain in the world is very high. According to epidemiological studies, the incidence rate in the United States is estimated at 45-90%, while a menstrual pain in Indonesia is 64.25% of total women who have menstrual (Proverawati, 2012). It is necessary to handle both pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapies. Test the research to analyze the effectiveness level of non-pharmacology therapy (turmeric acid and green coconut water) for decreasing intensity of menstrual pain in adolescent at Faculty of Health Sciences Muhammadiyah University of Sidoarjo. The method of this research is experimental with the quantitative approach of pre and post-test of Wilcoxon.Summer sample 40 respondents. Data collection using questionnaires. The results of research using turmeric acid and green coconut water in pre and post-treatment there were significant changes after the 3rd-day treatments with P = 0,000 (p <0,05). To see the effectiveness of treatment with descriptive to know the mean value, got the result using turmeric acid with mean value 0,45 whereas green coconut water means value 0,60 with difference 0,15 point higher in green coconut water. Nodes in this study are the level of effectiveness of decreasing the intensity of menstrual pain better by consuming green coconut water than the use of turmeric acid,.suggested to increase understanding of the community will be important to use non-pharmacology therapy in overcoming menstrual pain.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRESS WITH GASTRITIS IN THE REGION OF PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE JATIREJO DISTRICT MOJOKERTO MERBAWANI, RARAS; SAJIDIN, MOH; MUNFADLILA, ASEF WILDAN
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 1 No 2 (2017): IJNMS Volume 1 Issue 2, Desember 2017
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Gastritis is one of the most common problems of the digestive tract and increases annually. Gastritis is a pain that is not caused by disorders of the stomach organs but more often triggered by psychological stress factors. Stomach acid production will increase in stressful situations, eg in heavy workloads, panic and haste. Increased stomach acid levels can irritate the gastric mucosa. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of stress with recurrence of gastritis in the area of ​​public health service jatirejo mojokerto . Design of an analytic survey study used a cohort design. Population was of all gastritis patients in puskesmas jatirejo mojokerto regency and get a sample of 35 people, taken with purposive sampling technique. Independent variable of stress level and dependent variable of recurrence of gastritis. The instrument used to measure stress is a questionnaire while the instrument used to measure the recurrence of gastritis is using an observation sheet. The research was conducted on 28 March-29 April. Data analysis used cross tabulation (crosstab). The results showed that most respondents had moderate stress level as many as 16 respondents and experienced recurrence as many as 13 respondents (81.2%) .This is caused by people who are vulnerable to stress, because the more vulnerable a person exposed to stress the higher the risk of gastritis
The Effectiveness of Light Sports/ Light Exercise and The Use Of Turmeric Acid Nuriyanah, Titin Eka; Hanum, Faridah
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 2 No 02 (2018): IJNMS Volume 2 Issue 2, August 2018
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Disminorea defined as pain started right on or before the start of menstrual period such as cramps and corrugated pain in the lower abdomen, spread onrear downwaist and you feel tingling sensation in the pelvicarea and surrounding areas.Women who are experience pain during menstruation require non-pharmacological therapies such as herbs asam kunyit and also exercise such as light sport / light exercise Analyze the effectiveness light sport / light exercise and the use of kunyit asam to decrease dysminoreapain in Fakultas Universitas Muhammadiyah students This study was an experimental study using a qualitative approach with pre and post test methods. With the number of respondents 60 respondents. Collecting data using questionnaires, the data were tested using t-test The results of the study most respondents experienced a decrease in pain after day 2 and 3 after using kunyit asam with P = 0.000 and a day I did not decrease pain with P = 0.014. The results of the study do light exercise is more effective from the first day up to day 3 with a P value = 0.000 By doing light exercise rather than the use of kunyit asam is more effective to decrease dysmenorrhea pain Increasing the awareness of young women about the importancedoing light sport / light exerciseto reduce pain disminorea   Key Ward : Dysminorea, Light Exercise, Turmeric Acid
INFLUENCE OF FREE DRAWINGS TO IMPROVE CREATIVITY IN 5TH GRADER CHILDREN IN MI MU'AWANAH AL-HASYIMIYAH laili, siti indatul; Yuniarti, enny virda
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 1 No 1 (2017): IJNMS Volume 1 Issue 1, Agustus 2017
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Free drawing on children provides a vast opportunity to explore in order to fulfill curiosity. By drawing the child freely express his ideas through fantasy. Safety and freedom are important conditions for the growth of creativity. The objective of the study was to prove the effect of free drawing on the improvement of creativity in 5th grader children in MI Mu'awanah Al-Hasyimiyah. This research design used one group pre-posttest design. The population of this research were all 5th graders in MI Mu'awanah Al-Hasyimiyah as many as 26 children. The sample of this research was all 5th graders in MI Mu'awanah Al-Hasyimiyah as many as 26 children taken with total sampling. Measurement tool used by the questionnaire to assess creativity. Research was on 15th – 27thJuly 2017. Statistic test used Wilcoxon Sign Rank Test. The results showed that all 26 (100%) of respondents had positive creativity and ρcount 0,014 = and a table = 0,05. It meant that there was a free drawing effect on the increase of creativity in 5th grader children in MI Mu'awanah Al-Hasyimiyah. When a child draws, the child will perform activities of crossing out, scratching, and color freely. Thus, able to create various ideas and will give satisfaction for children. New ideas as pieces of creative thinking for children. Keywords: child, creativity, free drawing
The Improvement of Cognitive Function and Decrease the Level of Stress in the Elderly with Brain Gym Azizah, Lilik Marifatul; Martiana, Tri; Soedirham, Oedojo
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCIENCE (IJNMS) Vol 1 No 1 (2017): IJNMS Volume 1 Issue 1, Agustus 2017
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The decline in cognitive function in the elderly, which is part of the aging process can result in long-term memory problems and information processes, so it is often regarded as a stressor that causes stress and perceived as an adverse threat. Brain gym can improve memory, decreased emotional stress and the clearer mind. The aim of the study analyzed the effectiveness of brain gym in improving cognitive function and decreased the level of stress of elderly. Pre-experimental study of one group pretest-posttest design with 35 samples selected by simple random sampling. The frequency of Brain Gym exercise twice a week with duration of every 15 minutes and done in four weeks. Measurement of stress level using DASS, while Cognitive function with MMSE. Data analyzed using Wilcoxon signed rank test. The results showed improvement of cognitive function in elderly and decreased stress level after brain gym (p = 0.001 and p = 0.009 at α = 0.05). Brain gyms are more effective at lowering stress levels than older cognitive function improvements that require longer and more intense time to improve concentration and elderly memory.   Keywords: Brain Gym, Kognitif, Stress, Elderly