Journal for Quality in Public Health https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH <p>Journal for Quality in Public Health published by Master of Public Health Program Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia. Published 2 times a years.</p> en-US [email protected] (Asruria Sani Fajria, SST.,MKM) [email protected] (Wahyu Eko Putro) Mon, 22 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.3.0.10 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Environmental Health with the Standardization of Air Ventilation Covid Radiology Examination Room-19 at Mardi Waluyo Hospital, Blitar City https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/464 <p>Air as an important environmental component in life needs to be maintained so that the quality of health is always excellent. Poor air ventilation and high concentrations of aerosols are one of the transmissions of COVID-19, therefore WHO has issued guidelines for regulating hospital air conditioning, while Permenkes RI No.07 of 2019 requires quality standards for environmental health and hospital health including: water; air; etc. The Radiology Installation includes supporting services for examining COVID-19 patients, with minimal air ventilation requiring environmental health studies. Knowing the air system, especially the air ventilation system in the radiology examination room for COVID-19 at Mardi Woluyo Hospital, Blitar City, in the context of improving public health. Observation, interviews, problem identification, socialization of results and recommendations for improvement, with instruments fishbone diagrams, ultrasound and SWOT analysis. Radiology examination room for COVID-19 = p 4.80 x l 4.25 x h 3.50 m, door 1.8 X 2 m without windows, using Split HVAC (AC) system 2.5 PK, average daily temperature 22<sup>0</sup>C and humidity &lt; 60%, no air intake from the outside, ventilation with a portable HEPA air purifier Medina / type - T 1000 system with a coverage area of ​​120 m<sup>3,</sup> Air Flow Max=1000 m³/hour and there is no procedure shutdown<em> time</em>. In calculating the max ACH ability of this tool 14.17 times / hour so it requires shutdown<em> time </em>19.5 minutes to restore its air quality. The COVID-19 Radiology Room at Mardi Waluyo Hospital, Blitar City, is used as a room for X-photo examination of COVID- and Non-COVID patients, allowing aerosol spread to occur in that room and this requires further study.</p> Indasah, Pramono, Sri Rahayu Copyright (c) 2023 Journal for Quality in Public Health https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/464 Mon, 22 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Effect Of Diabetic Gymnastics Therapy And Physical Activity On The Control Of Fasting Blood Sugar Levels In People With Diabetes Mellitus In The Work Area Of Tiron Health Center https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/463 <p>Diabetes is still recorded as the cause of death in the world with a prevalence that always increases significantly every year. The view that is a risk factor for diabetes mellitus is lifestyle including those that include food or physical activity such as exercise, blood sugar monitoring, and treatment (Irwansyah, 2021). This study aims to analyze the effect of diabetic gymnastics therapy and physical activity on controlling fasting blood sugar levels in people with diabetes mellitus in the work area of the Tiron Health Center. The research method uses an analytical observation research design with a cross-sectional approach, the data collection technique uses a questionnaire with a total sample of 36 respondents. The sampling method uses purposive sampling, data analysis uses ordinal regression.The results showed that it was known that most of the respondents with diabetic gymnastics were often, namely, 26 respondents (72.2%) out of a total of 36 respondents. The results of the study on moderate category physical activity were 27 respondents (75%) out of a total of 36 respondents. The results of the study on normoglycemia fasting blood sugar levels were 36 respondents (88.9%). The results of the ordinal regression statistical test obtained the sig value. obtained by 0.000&lt;α=0.05, meaning "there is an effect of diabetes gymnastics therapy and physical activity on the control of fasting blood sugar levels in people with diabetes mellitus in the work area of the Tiron Health Center. Diabetes gymnastics and regular physical activity can increase the sensitivity of insulin work for the better which has an impact on blood sugar levels to be more stable, so that very influential and significant results were obtained in this study.</p> Rahmania Rosita Dewi Shaliha, Yenny Puspitasari Copyright (c) 2023 Journal for Quality in Public Health https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/463 Mon, 22 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 The Effect Of Night Exercise In Reducing The Stress Level Of Housewives In Nganjuk District https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/462 <p>Monotonous routines for housewives can cause boredom and stress, resulting in negative emotional feelings and impact on disharmony in the household. One way to reduce stress is by exercising. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of night sports on reducing stress levels in housewives. The study used a one group pre-post test design experimental design. The population is all housewives in Sumberkepuh Village, Tanjunganom District, Nganjuk Regency with a sample of 22 respondents, using a purposive sampling technique. The independent variable is night sports (aerobics) and the dependent variable is the level of stress. The data analysis used the Wilcoxon statistical test. The results showed significant results (p = 0.001 and mean rank 11.50), which means that there was a decrease in the stress level of housewives after exercising. It is hoped that housewives will have free time to exercise to avoid stress due to prolonged and monotonous household chores.</p> Agustin Widyowati, Eko Purwanto, Cucun Setya Ferdina Copyright (c) 2023 Journal for Quality in Public Health https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/462 Mon, 22 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Use Of Guava As A Prevention Of Acute Diarrhea In Toddlers https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/461 <p>The 2018 Balitbangkes Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) data shows the prevalence of diarrhea in toddlers is 12.3%. Riskesdas also stated that the most common cause of infant death was diarrhea (31.4%). According to the 2010 diarrhea morbidity survey, the largest proportion of sufferers was in the 6-11 month age group, which was 21.65% (Ministry of Health, 2011). This study aims to get an overview of the use of guava leaves as an effort to prevent acute diarrhea in toddlers.The method used in this study is quantitative, which is to find out an accurate description of the use of guava as an effort to prevent acute diarrhea in toddlers.From the results of the study it was found that most children who experienced diarrhea consumed guava as an alternative treatment by 60%.Giving decoction of guava leaves effective in reducing the frequency of diarrhea when consumed regularly, besides that it can used by the community as traditional medicine that has easy profit, easy way its use, and many residents who plant.It is suggested to mothers of toddlers to use an alternative to giving guava leaves as a treatment or prevention of acute diarrhea in toddlers.</p> Yesvi Zulfiana, Nurul Fatmawati Copyright (c) 2023 Journal for Quality in Public Health https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/461 Mon, 22 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Use Of Papaya Fruit (Carica Papaya L) As A Stunting Prevention Effort https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/457 <p>According to WHO, the prevalence of short toddlers becomes a public health problem if the prevalence is 20% or more. From the PSG results data in 2017, the prevalence of stunting in NTB Province was 37.2% higher than the national average of 29.6%. , 29 %. For the highest stunting prevalence in Sumbawa Regency, which is 41.9%, followed by Central Lombok 39.9%, Dompu 38.3%, Mataram City 37.8%, North Lombok 37.6%, Bima 36.6%, Bima City 36 .3%, West Lombok 36.1% and East Lombok 35.1%. The method used in this study is quantitative, which is to find out an accurate picture of the utilization or use of papaya fruit (Carica Papaya L). The population in this study were mothers who had children aged 1 -5 years. In this study, it can be concluded that most of the mothers under five have used papaya fruit (Carica Papaya L) as a stunting prevention. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that most of the sex of toddlers is male by 56 (54%) and most of the mothers of toddlers have used papaya fruit by 77 (54%). In 100 grams of papaya fruit contains 450 milligrams, vitamin A, 74 milligrams of vitamin C, 86.6 grams of water, 0.5 grams of protein and 0.7 grams of fiber. The content contained in papaya fruit can increase appetite in toddlers so that it affects weight gain.</p> Nurul Fatmawati, Yesvi Zulfiana, Sri Handayani Copyright (c) 2023 Journal for Quality in Public Health https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/457 Mon, 22 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000