KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science http://kesans.rifainstitute.com/index.php/kesans <p><strong>KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science</strong> provides a means for ongoing discussion of the relevant issues that fall within the focus and scope of the journal that can be examined empirically. This journal publishes research articles in the medicine, Nursing, Midwifery, Public Health, Health Technology, Occupational Health and Safety, Pharmacy, and physiotherapy. Articles published are the results of research, studies or scientific studies on important and current issues or scientific book reviews.</p> Rifa'Institute en-US KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science 2808-7380 Neonatal Death in Women with Severe Preeclampsia Receiving Conservative Management: Literature Review http://kesans.rifainstitute.com/index.php/kesans/article/view/93 <p><strong>Introduction: </strong>In developing countries that still have places with inadequate supporting facilities, equipment and limited trained personnel, infants less than 37 weeks may still be at high risk for severe complications and even death if active management or termination is carried out, so conservative care is recommended. <strong>Object: </strong>The aim of this study was to analyze the perinatal outcome of neonatal mortality in women with severe preeclampsia who received conservative management. <strong>Method: </strong>This study uses a literature review method which includes searching for articles in electroncic research journal databases. Search articles using Scopus and Google Scholar with no year limit. The keywords used in the search were Preeclampsia, Conservative Management, Expectative Management, and Perinatal Outcomes. A total of 637 articles were obtained, and six articles were analyzed based on the research setting, design study, samples characteristics, and research results for each article. <strong>Results and Discussion:</strong> of this study are conservative management of women with severe preeclampsia can reduce neonatal mortality rates in care in developed countries, but still shows high rates of care in developing countries. <strong>Conclusion</strong>: of the results, this study indicate that conservative management can improve maternal outcomes in the form of neonatal mortality in developed countries</p> Intan Dewi Angia Sari Muhammad Ilham Aldika Akbar Atika Atika Copyright (c) 2022 KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science 2022-07-20 2022-07-20 1 10 876 882 Social Media as A Marketing Tool for Healthcare Providers: A Literature Study http://kesans.rifainstitute.com/index.php/kesans/article/view/94 <p><strong>Introduction: </strong>The use of social media as a marketing tool has only grown in the last decade, so social media research has mostly focused on defining what it is through explaining the new terminology and concepts that form its foundation and exploring the impact of health care integration of social media on the behavior of health care users. <strong>Methods: </strong>This literature focuses on being able to describe what social media marketing is and to find out what factors influence the behavior of health service users relative to social networks by using the literature study or literature review method <strong>Objective: </strong>Approaches to communicating with health care users have changed a lot with the advent of social media. Therefore, health care workers must learn how to use social media in a manner that is consistent with their work plan. <strong>Result and discussion</strong>: Is that the technology readiness of health service users is important to be remembered by health services when marketing on social networks in the context of product marketing.<strong> Conclusion: </strong>Health service providers as health services must be able to market comprehensive services through social media properly as a means of expanding networks in order to provide the best service.</p> Kharisma Ersha Mufti Amal Chalik Sjaaf Andari Rahmani Putri Copyright (c) 2022 KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science 2022-07-20 2022-07-20 1 10 883 895 Overview of the Implementation of Health Promotion Programs for Diabetes Mellitus Patients in Hospital http://kesans.rifainstitute.com/index.php/kesans/article/view/95 <p><strong>Introduction: </strong>Health promotion is an effort to create people to improve and maintain their health. Improper implementation of Health Promoting Hospital (HPH) can increase recurrence and mortality rates, decrease patient satisfaction, and increase patient care costs in hospitals. Various epidemiological studies show a tendency to increase the incidence and prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in various parts of the world. The WHO organization predicts a large increase in the number of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus patients in the coming years. <strong>Objective: </strong>This study aims to describe the implementation of health promotion programs in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus patients in the hospitals. <strong>Method: </strong>The type of this research is a descriptive analysis with a quantitative approach. The population in this study were outpatients for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus at the Internal Medicine Polyclinic in Panembahan Senopati Bantul Hospital and PKU Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Hospital. The sampling technique used is quota sampling, the number of sample used is 440 patients. The instrument used is a questionnaire. Data analysis in this study used categorical description analysis. <strong>Result and Discussion: </strong>The results showed that 83.3% (out of 233 DM patients at Panembahan Senopati Hospital Bantul) and 64.3% (out of 207 DM patients at PKU Hospital Yogyakarta City) stated that health promotion at the hospital was good. The results of the study on patient assessment standards and patient information and intervention standards also showed good results. <strong>Conclusion: </strong>So it can be concluded that health promotion in Panembahan Senopati Bantul Hospital and PKU Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Hospital in general is good</p> Diana Dewi Hestia Mahendro Prasetyo Kusumo Copyright (c) 2022 KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science 2022-07-20 2022-07-20 1 10 896 908 The Use of AISAS Method in Telemedicine Advertisement (Sentence Case) http://kesans.rifainstitute.com/index.php/kesans/article/view/96 <p><strong>Background:</strong> The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digitalization in the health industry, indicating a transition in services toward telemedicine. In Indonesia, telemedicine is quickly expanding in tandem with technological advancements and legal regulations, with users increasing by 700 percent in the first year of 2020. This is because telemedicine is seen as a cutting-edge approach of dealing with the COVID-19 problem. Looking at the rise of digital marketing in the company and in the current market, it is not impossible for every hospital to begin using digital marketing in every activity, using various methods such as setting up websites and setting up social media. Thus, internet technology leads an advertising company named Dentsu to introduce a new buying process, namely AISAS (Attention, Interest, Search, Action, Share). <strong>Objective: </strong>This study is intended to analyze the use of AISAS method in telemedicine advertisement. <strong>Methods:</strong> This research involved 45 respondents. Respondents consisted of social media followers from hospital social media account selected by the purposive sampling. The SEM-PLS analysis in this research was used to analyze the direct effect of social media on purchase intention based on AISAS modeling. <strong>Results and Discussion:</strong> The results of this study indicate that social media has a significant and positive effect on the attention, interest and search factors of consumers. Meanwhile attention, interest, and search don’t have a significant effect toward purchase intention. Purchase intention has a significant and positive effect on action. Action doesn’t have significant effect to share. <strong>Conclusions:</strong> This study indicated telemedicine advertisement using social media as media promotion with AISAS modelling does not increase customer’s purchase intention.</p> Anky Angga Alhudha Winny Setyonugroho Firman Pribadi Copyright (c) 2022 KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science 2022-07-20 2022-07-20 1 10 909 923 Parental Attachment, Peer Influence and Adolescent Sexual Behavior at Vocational High School Trenggalek Regency http://kesans.rifainstitute.com/index.php/kesans/article/view/97 <p><strong>Introduction:</strong> Adolescence is a transitional phase from childhood to adulthood characterized by a heightened curiosity and courage to take risks. SDKI data from 2012 and 2017 showed an increase in cases of adolescents who had had premarital sexual intercourse, with the breakdown of cases in adolescent boys by 4.5% then increasing to 8% and in adolescent girls by 0.7% increasing to 2%. <strong>Objective:</strong> this study is to determine the relationship between parental attachment and peer influence with adolescent sexual behavior. <strong>Method</strong>: The type of research is correlational analytics with a cross-sectional approach. The study was conducted at SMKN 1 Pogalan, Trenggalek Regency in June 2022. The population used was grade 11 students of SMKN 1 Pogalan with a sample of 86 people. Sampling using simple random sampling. Data analysis used the spearman rho test with a 95% confidence level. <strong>Results and Discussion:</strong> Based on correlational tests, results were obtained that the variables of maternal attachment (p=0.002), father's attachment (p=0.001), and peer influence (p=0.000) had a value of p&lt;0.05. <strong>Conclusion:</strong> this study shows there is a relationship between parental attachment and peer influence with adolescent sexual behavior in Trenggalek District Vocational High School</p> Shafira Meidy safitri Zakiyatul Faizah Euvanggelia Dwilda Ferdinandus Copyright (c) 2022 KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science 2022-07-20 2022-07-20 1 10 924 933