Jurnal Kesehatan dan Sains 2022-11-06T23:52:17+00:00 Lina Eta Safitri Open Journal Systems <p>Jurnal Kesehatan dan Sains STIKES Griya Husada Sumbawa merupakan publikasi ilmiah dalam konten kesehatan dan sains yang memuat hasil penelitian, kajian pustaka, analisis kritis dan pengembangan. Terbit pertama kali tahun 2017 dengan frekuensi terbitan sebanyak dua kali dalam setahun pada bulan September dan Maret. Artikel yang dipublikasikan dalam jurnal ini sudah melewati proses evaluasi dan penyuntingan oleh dewan redaksi. Jurnal Kesehatan dan Sains terbuka untuk umum, peneliti, pegawai dan pemerintah.</p> HUBUNGAN GENDER DAN USIA TERHADAP CLINICAL OUTCOMES PASIEN COVID-19 DI RS HL MANAMBAI ABDULKADIR 2022-11-06T23:31:45+00:00 Hendri Purwadi <p><strong>Background:</strong> COVID-19 has impact on increasing fatlity and mortality rate worldwide. The mortality rate of COVID-19 in Manambai Abdulkadir was 19% througout 2021.</p> <p><strong>Objective</strong>: The aims of this study was to analyze the relationship between gender, age and the clincial outcomes of COVID-19.</p> <p><strong>Method</strong> : A quantitative study with retrospective design was applied. A total sampling study has been used to analyse 428 medical records of COVID19 patients in HL Manambai Abdulkadir hospital. A chi-square has been used as a statistical analysis.</p> <p><strong>Result:</strong> The reuslt showed that majority of COVID-19 patient was male (52,3%) with the age under 60 years old (73,6%). The number of mortality rate was 19,9%. Gender has no relationship with clinical outcomes &nbsp;(<em>p-value</em>: 0,153), meanwhile age has signficant relationship with clincal outcome (p value: 0,03 , OR: 2,67). <strong>Recomandation:</strong>&nbsp; Need more strict supervision and observation to the elderly COVID-19 patients in the hospital</p> 2022-11-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Hendri Purwadi GAMBARAN KEPUASAN MASYARAKAT TERHADAP TENAGA KESEHATAN PELAYANAN COVID-19 DI KABUPATEN SUMBAWA 2022-11-06T23:25:02+00:00 Rusmayady <p>The level of patient satisfaction with hospital services in Indonesia during the Covid-19 pandemic has not yet reached the minimum service standard.Hospital readiness and preparedness in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic are needed to achieve quality services so as to increase patient satisfaction. The purpose of this study was to find out the description of community satisfaction with health workers for Covid 19 services in Sumbawa Regency in 2021. The type of research used was qualitative. Data collection techniques using in-depth interviews. The informants in this study were Covid-19 patients. The results showed that the community was satisfied with the services provided by health workers in terms of service procedures, friendliness, comfort and discipline of health workers.</p> 2022-11-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 lina Safitri PREDIKSI KEJADIAN PENYAKIT TUBERKULOSIS PARU DI KABUPATEN BIMA TAHUN 2015-2020 2022-11-06T23:28:04+00:00 hamdin <p>Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by bacteria (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) and most often attacks the lungs. Tuberculosis is the leading infectious disease that causes death in the world. About 1.5 million people die every year from TB. The number of TB sufferers is 10 million per year and about 845 thousand of them are in Indonesia. This situation places Indonesia in the third position as the country with the highest TB incidence after India and China. Puskesmas and health human resources as the spearhead of health services, including those who have a high risk of being infected with the corona virus. The aim is to analyze the prediction of the incidence of Tuberculosis. This type of research is descriptive research with a quantitative approach. Research Results The number of cases of tuberculosis patients who were confirmed bacteriologically with AFB (+) and treated in 2015-2020 were 2,257 male cases and 1,314 female cases. Conclusion Prediction of the incidence of pulmonary tuberculosis in 2015-2020 most cases are male, 2015: 375 cases, 2016: 395 cases, 2017: 485 cases 2018: 408 cases, 2019: 451 cases, 2020 : 318 cases.</p> 2022-11-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 hamdin