universitas nahdlatul ulama surabaya
Nurul Kamariyah, Siti Damawiyah, Nur Ainiyah, and Arif Helmi Setiawan AIP Publishing
The life of post-partum Madura mothers during the Covid 19 pandemic was almost entirely influenced by the existing culture, most of the mothers who gave birth drank herbal medicine, used parem (in Madura language), abstinence from high protein foods, drank consumption that must be limited, massaging the stomach after giving birth, should not do activities too much, use bengkong (Madura language)/tie the stomach using a long cloth, to massage the baby, and give food/cekko'(jamu for newborns). as soon as possible to the baby at birth. The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of self-management on post-partum quality of life during the Covid-19 pandemic in Sampang Regency. The research design is analytical, the population is post-partum/post-partum mothers in a Madura community. The Population is partly post-partum/post-partum mothers, amounting to 103 people. The sampling used is simple random sampling. The variables studied were self-management of the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual needs of mothers giving birth to the Madura community. as well as in newborns. The dependent variable is the quality of life of the mother giving birth to the Madura community. The instruments used were questionnaires and observations. The independent variable is self-management, while the dependent variable is quality of life. Variables were analyzed descriptively and analyzed using Spearman's Chi-Square Rank test with a significance level of 0.05. The results of the frequency distribution of 103 respondents almost all (87%) have poor self-management, and most (68%) have a poor quality of life. the results of the analysis using the Spearmen correlation test using SPSS for windows with a level of=0.05 obtained a value of=0.004 which means < then H0 is rejected which means that there is an influence self-management on the quality of life of the mother post-partum impact of the Covid 19 pandemic in Madura Java Indonesia. The conclusion is that better self-management will improve the quality of life of the Madura community in the Sampang district. Community independence to be able to carry out self-management well, and concern from health workers to open up opportunities for discussion with related communities with their competencies. © 2023 Author(s).
Erika Martining Wardani, Riezky Faisal Nugroho, Nur Ainiyah, and Siti Nurhasina AIP Publishing
One of the health protocols to prevent the occurrence of being infected with the coronavirus is using a mask. The use of masks can be a skin disorder, one of which triggers the emergence of a skin epidemic, especially if you don't pay attention to cleanliness, especially on facial skin. The purpose of the study was to determine the mask-wearing behavior, type of mask, frequency of replacement of mask, and duration of mask-wearing with skindemic. This research is an analytical study of Rank Spearmen with the cross-sectional method. The sample used was 5400 respondents using the total sampling technique. The data was obtained by giving a questionnaire with google form to the respondents. Data were collected and then analyzed using SPSS. The results of the research on the behavior of mask-wearing with skindemic (p=0.000). The behavior of the use of this type of mask with the incidence of skindemic (p=0.001). Frequency replacement of mask with skindemic (p=0.001). the duration of mask-wearing on skindemic (p=0.003). Mask-wearing behavior, type of mask, frequency replacement of mask, and duration of mask-wearing with skindemic. It is necessary to keep the facial clean and replace masks regularly to prevent facial irritation, especially skindemic. © 2023 Author(s).
Nur Ainiyah, Dewi Sunarti, Erika Martining Wardani, Difran Nobel Bistara, Yurike Septianingrum, Andikawati Fitriasari, and Chilyatiz Zahroh AIP Publishing
Erika Martining Wardani, Riezky Faisal Nugroho, Eppy Setiyowati, Nur Ainiyah, Difran Nobel Bistara, and Siti Nur Hasina Bangladesh Academy of Sciences
Background : One of metabolic disease disorders is Diabetes Mellitus (DM) with signs of hyperglycemia due to impaired insulin secretion and/or cellular insulin resistance. Diabetic ulcers are a complication of DM on the skin, beginning with a feeling of numbness and tingling. Symptoms or signs and symptoms of DM cause symptoms that occur because these clinical symptoms are often on a daily basis so that this can interfere with sleep. Objective : analyzed the effect of diabetic foot spa, bueger’s allen exercise and music therapy on foot sensitivity, ankle brachial index and sleep quality. Methods : This study with quasy experiment pre-post control group design. The population in were DM type 2 with sample 150 respondents, who were divided to intervention and control group. Collecting data using the observation sheet for diabetic foot SPA; The tools used were hammer reflex and cotton swabs to assess foot sensitivity, sphygmomanometer to measure abi and PQSI questionnaire. Data were analyzed by wilcoxon and t test. Results : The test results showed that foot sensitivity with p value = 0.000 (p>0.05), ankle brachial index with p-value = 0.001 (p>0.05) and sleep quality with p value = 0.000 (p>0.05). Conclusion : Implementation of diabetic foot spa, bueger’s allen exercises and music therapy are effective to increase foot sensitivity, ankle brachial index and sleep quality in patients with diabetes mellitus type 2. Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science Vol. 22 No. 03 July’23 Page : 536-544
Eppy Setiyowati and Saber CDCH-UCV
Introduction: The social experience makes rejection from a society of people with pulmonary tuberculosis depressed and worsens their quality of life. Thus, it should be reducing the social stigma that exists in society, namely improving the pattern of quality of life and good self-perception in patients. The aim of this study was an overview of social stigma and quality of life in people with pulmonary tuberculosis in East Java, Indonesia.
Difran Nobel Bistara, Nur Ainiyah, Farida Umamah, Yurike Septianingrum, Andikawati Fitriasari, Lono Wijayanti, Erika Martining Wardani, Susanti, and Domingas Da Silva S. Pereira DiscoverSys, Inc.
Introduction: There is a growing number of studies on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) but data analysis focusing on clinical characteristics in the tropics has not been widely carried out. This study aimed to analyze demographic characteristics, symptoms, length of stay, laboratory results at hospital admission, and the final outcome of infected patients in the tropics in confirmed COVID-19 patients. Methods: This retrospective study analyzed medical records including socio-demography, clinical manifestations, length of stay, comorbidities, laboratory data, and disease outcomes of 128 COVID-19 patients hospitalized, with confirmed COVID-19 infection results. Existing data were compared using Fisher's Exact Test or Chi Square (X2), determining the difference in the median value which was then assessed using Mann-Whitney. Results: The mean age of the patients was 50 years, the most common comorbidity was diabetes mellitus 18.8%, the most common symptom was dyspnea 36.7%. Conclusion: In general, studies conducted to analyze the clinical characteristics of confirmed COVID-19 patients show that the clinical picture of COVID-19 patients in the tropics is generally similar to previous studies. Older age, comorbid patients and patients with dyspnea may help identify a higher risk of death.
Andikawati Fitriasari, Yurike Septianingrum, Nunik Purwanti, Nur Ainiyah, Erika Martining Wardani, and Difran Nobel Bistara DiscoverSys, Inc.
Introduction: Despite the amount of research on mental workload and work family conflict, there are persist questions about their relation with Emotional Exhaustion, Depersonalization and lack of Personal Accomplishment. This paper attempts to show that the relationship between mental workload and work family conflict on burnout for female lecturers who work from home during the pandemic Methods: A cross sectional study was conducted on 50 female lecturers who worked at home. The measurement of mental workload was used by Nasa TLX and work family conflict was developed by the Malaysian version of Kelloway. Maslah Burnout Inventory is used to determine the burnout level. Data analysis used logistic regression to determine the significance between mental workload and work family conflict on the burnout dimension (Emotional Exhaustion, Depersonalization, lack of Personal Accomplishment). Results: This study found that age, children, length of working, structural position did not significantly affect burnout. There was negative correlation with burnout leveld (p> 0.005). Work family conflict showed a significant in dimension of burnout EE (p=0.028), DP (p=0.011), PA (0.029) Conclusion: This study has found that generally work family conflict affected burnout in female lecture
N. Ainiyah, Chilyatiz Zahroh, Khamida Khamida, Syidatul Budury, S. Nurjanah, Siti Nur Hasina and Saptita Eka Wardhany
BACKGROUND: The COVID-19 pandemic has an impact on the educational aspect. The education was conducted through learning, but not all students are accustomed to online learning so there is a process of self-adjustment that makes the learning does not run smoothly. Although there are many difficulties in doing the online learning process, students must be ready to obey the government’s policy. The students are required to be able to adjust and be able to survive with this condition. Therefore, it takes resilience in students, so that they can rise and survive in the pandemic era. AIM: This study aims to analyze emotional intelligence and self-efficacy as predictor factors of resilience among university students in doing online learning in the pandemic era. METHODOLOGY: This type of research was correlation analysis. The population of this study was a student of UNUSA, in which sampling used random sampling with a total of 503 students. The dependent variables in this study were emotional intelligence and self-efficacy. The dependent variable was the resilience of students in online learning. The instruments used in this study were the emotional intelligence questionnaire, general self-efficacy scale, and brief resilience scale. The Pearson correlation method was used for statistical analysis. RESULTS: The correlation showed the presence of relationship between emotional intelligence (r = 0.895) and self-efficacy(r = 0.546) with resilience in students with a significance level of 0.000 (p < 0.05). CONCLUSION: There was a relationship between emotional intelligence and self-efficacy with resilience among university students in doing online learning in the pandemic era. © 2022 Nur Ainiyah, Chilyatiz Zahroh, Khamida Khamida, Syidatul Budury, Siti Nurjanah, Siti Nur Hasina, Saptita Eka Wardhany.
Chilyatiz Zahroh, N. Ainiyah, Nur Saadah, Novita Nur Aini, I. Sudiana and Ah. Yusuf Institute of Medico-legal Publications Private Limited
Indonesian Tuberculosis (Tb) case is the highest third rank in the world. It is caused by disobediencein therapy. Three factors affect medication compliance include predisposing, reinforcing and enablingfactors. This research aims to analyzed factors that affects medication compliance in Indonesian Tbpatients. The study was analytical research. The population were 119 Tb patients in Surabaya Health carecenter, Indonesia. Simple random sampling technique was used to take sample, consist of 93 respondents.The variables of this study were predisposing factors, reinforcing factors and enabling factors. The datawas collected with questionnaires and analyzed with chi square test. The study showed that all factorsrelated to incompliance medication people with Tb, namely predisposing factors: knowledge, attitude,belief (p=0.000), trust (p=0.013, and values (p=0.001); reinforcing factors: family support (p=0.034) andhealthcare personnel support (p=0.022); and enabling factors: healthcare facility (p=0.000) and physicalenvironment (p=.000). The determinants of incompliance medication people with Tb include predisposingfactors (knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, trust and values); reinforcing factors (family and healthcare personnelsupport); and enabling factors (healthcare facility and environment). Tackling incompliance medication onTb should involve private sector, family sector, society/healthcare sector and government sector.
Erika Martining Wardani, Chilyatiz Zahroh, and Nur Ainiyah Universitas Airlangga
Introduction: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a cause of morbidity mainly due to vascular complications. The prevention of diabetic foot problems can be done through metabolic control and foot exercises. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of diabetes foot spa measures on blood glucose levels, foot sensitivity and the ankle brachial index.Methods: This research was a pre-experimental design. The population totaled 170 DM patients and the sample was finalized at 30 respondents. The independent variable was diabetic foot spa, while the dependent variables were blood glucose levels, blood sensitivity and the ankle brachial index. The data was analyzed using a t-test and Wilcoxon rank test.Results: Diabetic foot spa in early neuropathy detection testing has a blood glucose level of t=9.523 and a p value=0.000. Diabetic foot spa also significantly affects foot sensitivity with a ρ <α (0.001<0.05) and an ankle brachial index of (ABI) ρ<α (0.008 < 0.05).Conclusion: Diabetic foot spa conducted regularly and independently can reduce the level of complications in Diabetes Mellitus patients. Furthermore, the tingling and pain in the feet can be reduced or even disappear as well as preventing complications such as foot ulcers that can often become amputations.