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Volume 8 Issue 1

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Title : The Effect of Breastfeeding on The Uterine Involution Post Partum Mothers

Authors : Rini Amelia, Masrul, Roza Sriyanti

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Background: The aim of the study determine the effect of breastfeeding on the uterine involution post partum mothers. Methods: The study was conducted using a cohort design. The study was conducted at Independent Midwives of Padang Panjang City, West Sumatera Province, Indonesia from November to December 2017. The population in this study was spontaneous postpartum mother treated at Independent Midwives who did and did not initiate early breastfeeding within 1 hour after baby born and followed by breastfeeding babies with breast milk for 7 days with a sample size of 42 people in two groups. Sampling technique with consecutive sampling. Measurement of fundal height using caliper pelvimetry. Test the normality of data by Shapiro-Wilk test and hypothesis test using paired t test. A two-tailed P-value of <0.05 was considered statistically significant. Results: The result of statistical test of independent T test was obtained p = 0,000 (p value <0,05) it can be concluded that there is difference of fundal height day 1, 3 and 7 in breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding group. The result of this research can be concluded that there is the effect of breastfeeding mother to postpartum uterine involution (p value <0.05) Conclusion: The conclusion of this study confirmed there was an effect of breastfeeding on the uterine involution post partum mothers.

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Title : The Effect of Zinc Treatment with The Prostaglandin (PGF2α) and TNF-α Level in Dysmenorrhea Patients

Authors : Setia Nisa, Vaulinne Basyir, Afriwardi

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Background: The aim of the study determine the effect of zinc treatment with the prostaglandin (PGF2α) and TNF-α level in dysmenorrhea patients. Methods: The study was conducted using a quasi experimental with pre-post test group design. The study was conducted at Piala Sakti School of Health Pariaman, West Sumatera Province, Indonesia from April-Mei 2018. The population in this study was teenagers with dysmenorrhea, sample size 22 people. Sampling technique with convenience sampling. This study used groups before treatment and after treatment of zinc treatment in the same group with a dose of 30 mg/ day for 3 days before pain. Test the normality of data by Shapiro-Wilk test and hypothesis test using paired t test. A two-tailed P-value of <0.05 was considered statistically significant. Results: The results showed that the mean of prostaglandin level before treatment was 413.04 ± 11.52 pg/ ml after treatment 215.71 ± 8.13 pg/ ml and the mean of TNF-α level before treatment was 412.82 ± 10.90 ng/ L which after treatment 215.90 ± 10.77 ng/ L, the analysis used was to determine the effect of zinc treatment with PGF2 α and TNF-α levels, using dependent T test, from this analysis the results were obtained prostaglandin levels (PGF2α) with P = 0.001 and TNF-α with p = 0.001 (p <0.05) Conclusion: The conclusion of this study confirmed there was an effect of zinc treatment with the prostaglandin (PGF2α) and TNF-α in dysmenorrhea patients.

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Title : Condylomata Acuminata of the Penis and Scrotum Case Report and Literature Review

Authors : Otei Otei O. O, Ozinko M, Ekpo R, Egiehiokhin Isiwere, Nabie N.F

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The case of an affected 36-year old male and review of relevant literature which utilize to highlight the diagnostic and management challenges of this case. The patient was initially received medical treatment at the Dermatology Clinic of the University Calabar. The latter was not successful and the patient was referred to the Burns and Plastic  Surgery Unit of the same hospital where scrotal sac excision, flap cover and electrocautery were done. This treatment was successful but there was mild penile contracture and we intend to follow up patient closely for early detection and treatment of recurrence.

BACKGROUND

Condylomata Acuminata or genital wart refers to the epidermal manifestation attributed to the epidermotropic Human Papiloma Virus (HPV) particularly types 6 and 11 . They are usually asymptomatic , its infection is lifelong and can recur anytime at any anatomical site.

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Title : Unlock the Teacher Job Performance and Job Satisfaction towards Education 4.0 in Lusaka District, Zambia

Authors : Lilian Moono Muvombo Siamalambwa, Rezian- Na Muhammed Kassim, Sarimah Ismail

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The aim of the study was to investigate the determinants that impact teacher’s job satisfaction of public secondary school in Lusaka District, Zambia. The research study adopted a descriptive research design in which three hundred public secondary school teachers were sampled using stratified sampling method. Therefore, the gathering of information was finished by utilizing the questionnaire. The information was in this way, analysed using descriptive statistics SPSS version 20 and the data was presented in forms of tables. Consequently, the examination results concluded that the teachers were   slightly happy with the pay rates as according to most of them they were only slightly satisfied with their measure of the teacher’s knowledge, skills and abilities and slightly satisfied with the salary meeting their expenses. The teachers were not satisfied with benefits such as transport, fringe benefit, pension scheme, medical scheme. Thus, examination tends to be inferred that the most of the teach

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