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AUDIT OF NURSING CARE QUALITY AT RSUD DR. SLAMET GARUT
Rohmah Susanto*1, Ati Surya Mediawati*2, Kurniawan Yudianto*3

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Rohmah Susanto

Institutions
*1 Jurusan Ilmu Keperawatan, Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan, Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang,
*2,3 Fakultas Keperawatan Universitas Padjdjaran Bandung

Abstract
Nursing audit is an assessment of the quality of clinical nursing which is a professional evaluation of the quality of nursing services, using nursing records and carried out by the nursing profession. Based on PMK No. 49 of 2013, that the quality audit of Nursing Care and Midwifery Care is carried out by the Nursing Committee through the Professional Quality Sub Committee. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of In House Training audit of nursing care quality at RSUD Dr. Slamet Garut. The study was a cross sectional study with a descriptive design, the variables in this study were nurses knowledge of the audit of nursing care quality, a sample of 35 nurses using purposive sampling technique. The instrument used a questionnaire to determine the level of nurses knowledge about auditing the quality of nursing care. Pre-test and post-test assessments are carried out before and after the In-House-Training. Data analysis techniques used t-test to determine the effectiveness before and after the activity. The results showed an increase in nurses knowledge about nursing care audits from a mean value of 38.71 to 74.33 statistical test results obtained p=0.00 (p

Keywords
In House Training, Audit, Quality, Nursing Care

Topic
Basic Health Science

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/dWNBz6R2fYvU


Comparison of Giving Red Rice (Oryza Nivara) and Corn Rice (Zea Mays L.) Against Changes in Blood Glucose Level Values in Mice (Mus Musculus L.)
Sunardi, S.Kep.,Ns. M.Kep1 , Lelli Widiawati2, Anis Ika N, S.Kep., Ns., M.Kep.Sp.MB3,

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Sunardi Nardi Nardi

Institutions
University of Muhammadiyah Malang

Abstract
Introduction: Blood glucose is a sugar found in the blood, formed from carbohydrates in the food and stored as glycogen in the liver and skeletal muscles. Red cooked rice is red plant rice which is cooked first. Red rice also has a fairly low carbohydrate content and also has a high fiber content. Corn rice is one of the typical dishes from Indonesia which is usually made from corn as its basic ingredient. Corn rice also has a fairly low carbohydrate content so that both rice can be food ingredients that can control the value of blood glucose. Research Methods: Using a true-experimental layout, randomization is carried out in this layout which means grouping parts of the intervention group is based on randoming. Then the pretest (O1) in both groups, and followed by intervention (X) in the treatment group. After some time posttest (O2) was carried out in both groups. The sample selection uses simple random sampling by giving red rice and corn rice for about 4 grams / day / mice to both groups. Statistical analysis of the decrease in blood glucose value in this research used the Independent T-test with a significant p <0.05. Results: The results of the statistical test analysis showed that group A which was given red rice and group B was given corn rice there was no significant difference with the significance value of the SPSS 16.0 statistical test (p = 0.978) Conclusion: There are no significant differences in group A (red rice) and group B (corn rice) findings.

Keywords
Red Rice, Corn Rice, Blood Glucose, Mice

Topic
Basic Health Science

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/ELXpMVCFrqPW


EFFECT OF Arthrospira maxima Setchellet Gardner AND Chlorella vulgaris Beijerinck ON ERITRHOCYTE AND THROMBOCYTE PROFILE OF HYPERGLYCEMIA WISTAR RATS (Rattus norvegicus Berkenhout, 1769)
Mulyati1*, Slamet Widiyanto2, and Lasmini Syariatin3

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Mulyati Mulyati

Institutions
Laboratory of Animal Physiology, Departement of tropical Biology, Faculty of Biology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Sleman, D. I. Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Abstract
Community diet patterns that tend to be unhealthy with the consumption of fast food can cause metabolic disorders or metabolic syndromes such as diabetes mellitus. Diabetes mellitus is characterized by a chronic hyperglycemia condition that is an increase in blood glucose levels and keto-acidosis. Therapy for diabetes mellitus using synthetic chemical drugs has dangerous side effects. The otherhand there are same natural substance from plants or animals. The aims of this study examines the effect of microalgae that is suspected of being potential as an alternative medicine for the prevention or cure of diabetes mellitus. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of administration of Arthrospira maxima and Chlorella vulgaris on the erythrocyte and platelet profiles of Wistar rats (Rattus norvegicus Berkenhout, 1769) hyperglycemia on the induction of DMT2. Twenty Wistar male rats were divided into 5 groups consisting of three control groups namely healthy controls, hyperglycemia, and drugs, and 2 treatment groups namely A. maxima and C. vulgaris. DMT2 induction uses a high carbohydrate diet and a single dose streptozotocin. Erythrocyte and platelet profiles were measured at H0, H15, and H30. Body weight and blood glucose levels are measured every 10 days. Data were analyzed using One-Way ANOVA. The erythrocyte profile was low in the control hyperglycemia rat after DM induction of H15. Erythrocyte profiles in hyperglycemia rat with this microalgae treatment, not significantly increased (p>0.05). Platelet profile in both the hyperglycemia and treatment groups was not significantly affected (p>0.05). Erythrocyte and platelet profiles in hyperglycemic rats have decreased and returned to better conditions after being given A. maxima and C. vulgaris.

Keywords
Arthrospira maxima; Chlorella vulgaris;Erithrocyte profile; Thrombocyte profile; Hyperglycemia.

Topic
Basic Health Science

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/EVq6GFrMwAnt


Students Perceptions of Inter-Professional Education: The Differences Among Medical, Nursing, and Pharmacys Student
Edi Purwanto, Anggraini Dwi Kurnia, Nila Choirun Naili

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Edi Purwanto

Institutions
School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Science, University of Muhammadiyah Malang

Abstract
Background: Collaboration influences the quality of healthcare; therefore, collaboration skills must be owned by every member of the healthcare team. The knowledge about competencies and role of each profession must be understood, so can avoid overlap of competencies, role, and responsibilities between professions. One of the learning methods can improve collaboration skill is Interprofessional Education (IPE), so that every member of healthcare can learn and discuss the case based on the competencies of each profession. Aim and Method: this study to know the perception of Interprofessional Education student of medical, pharmacy, and nursing science. This study used the IEPS questionnaire to measure the student-s perception of IPE. This study also used a pre-experimental design Factorial Design. This research was followed by medical, pharmacy and nursing students of the University of Muhammadiyah Malang. Result: Showed that perception and readiness of IPE before and after IPE was good, for pre-test perception (85,95%) and post-test (94,60. Results from the Wilcoxon Test (p <0.05) showed no significant changes in perception on IPE (0.068> 0.05). However, the results of the analysis of each domain in IEPS for measure perception found a significant change in the competence and autonomous domain (0.000). Conclusion: This study shows that IPE can improve perceptions of competence, autonomy, and cooperation of IPE.

Keywords
Inter-professional Education, Perception, Collaboration, Nursings Student

Topic
Basic Health Science

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/gAyLjBrzDbfZ


The association of outpatient satisfaction and the causes of control compliance in Rumah Sakit Islam Aisyiyah Malang
Ollyvia Freeska Dwi Marta (a*); Nur Aini (a); Emmalia Imsamawati (b)

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OLLYVIA FREESKA DWI MARTA

Institutions
a*) Basic Science Nursing Department, Faculty of Health Science, Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang
*ollyvia[at]umm.ac.id
a) Basic Science Nursing Department, Faculty of Health Science, Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang
b) Rumah Sakit Islam Aisyiyah Malang

Abstract
Background: Nowadays, the demand for quality in health service were higher. Patient satisfaction is one of measure of hospital quality. However, the association between outpatient satisfaction and the causes of control compliance is lacking to be explored. Objectives: To examine the association of outpatient satisfaction and the causes of control compliance in the Rumah Sakit Islam Aisyiyah Malang. Design: A cross-sectional study design was employed. Settings: This study was conducted in the Rumah Sakit Islam Aisyiyah Malang. Participants: A total of 30 outpatient clinic patients (13 males; 17 females) were included. Methods: Data pertaining to the bio-socio-demographic characteristics and RATER (responsiveness, assurance, tangible, empathy, and reliability) questionnaire were collected in June, 2018. We conducted the interview to seek the patient-s control compliance. A Spearman Rank test was used for data analyses. Results: The majority of the respondent was female and the age of respondents was 56-65 years old. The outpatient satisfaction was categorized as 33% very satisfied and 66% moderately satisfied. For the aspect of outpatient satisfaction, 80.9% respondents were satisfied by the assurance aspect as well as 76.7% by the tangible aspect. The participants were considered as high compliance by the prevalent 86.7%. There was non-significant correlation between outpatient satisfaction and the causes of control compliance. Conclusions: The majority of the patient were satisfied by the health service and higher in control compliance. The correlation of outpatient satisfaction and the causes of control compliance were remaining insignificant. We recommend to the health care providers to patiently serve the patient, have a good communication skill, and empathy. Nurses are also required to promote their caring habits to the patients.

Keywords
Outpatient satisfaction; control compliance; outpatient clinic

Topic
Basic Health Science

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/QqNudncAKa3y


The Effect of Nurse Mental Workload Of Patient Compliance Risk Prevention Falling In Aisyiyah Islamic Hospital of Malang
Zahid Fikri, Nur Komaria

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Zahid Fikri

Institutions
Nursing Science, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Muhammadiyah Malang, Malang City, East Java, Indonesia
Islamic Hospital Aisyiyah Malang, Malang City, East Java, Indonesia

Abstract
Workload felt by a worker is not only a physical workload, but a collection of physical workload, mental workload and social workload. Patient safety is one of the principles of nursing practice. in providing services where nurses are required to have high professionalism, professionalism is impacting workload. A mental workload is one burden that a nurse must responsibility and can have an effect on his actions. The study objective was to analyze the influence of mental workload of nurses on patient compliance risk prevention fall. There were significant influence between mental workload of nurses on patient compliance risk prevention fall P = 0.000. The burden of mental work of nurses under moderate conditions this proves the nurse is able to control the amount of pressure that is not only physically but also mentally so it can still provide quality nursing care to patients, as evidenced by compliance risk prevention patient falls that are in most categories are enough.

Keywords
Mental workload, risk prevention, patient falls

Topic
Basic Health Science

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/qHXUBgzPvpDT


The Effect of Psychospiritual Intervention on The Level of Spiritual Inpatients
Nur Aini, Novi Kartika Dewi, Erma Wahyu Mashfufa

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Nur Aini

Institutions
Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Muhammadiyah Malang

Abstract
Introduction : The problem faced by sick human are not only physical problems but also psychological and spiritual patients will experience imbalances. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of psychospiritual interventions on the spiritual level of patients. Methods: This was a one-group pre-test post-test study conducted in May 2018 at the Aisyiyah Islamic Hospital in Malang. Samples of 15 inpatients were taken by purposive sampling technique. A socio-demographic questionnaire, the DSES (Daily Spiritual Experiences Scale) was utilized for data collection. This intervention was carried out 4 days (4 meetings) for 30-60 minutes each. The data were analyzed using Wilcoxon test in SPSS. Results: The majority of the spiritual level of patients at pre was 13 people (86.7%) and low 2 (13.3%), after intervention 14 people (93.3%) had a high level and 1 (6.67 %) medium. p-value (0.001) <α (0.05), which means there is a spiritual level difference before and after intervention. Conclusion: The psychospiritual interventions is very effective in improving the spiritual quality of care patients. Thus, have a positive impact on patient health. Therefore, it is recommended that nurses not only focus on physical aspects but provide holistic care in all aspects, especially spiritual.

Keywords
Intervention psychospiritual, level of spiritual, inpatient, holistic

Topic
Basic Health Science

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/HYeCAc3N4w7b


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