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Issue 7,

Issue 7


INFORMATION SOCIETY AS A PHENOMENON OF MODERN TIMES

Chystokletov Leontii Grugorovych; Tkachuk Taras Yuriiovych; Komisarov Oleksandr Genadiiovych; Nazar Yuriі Stepanovych; Pavliutin Yurii Mukolaiovych

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 1-10

The article, based on theoretical discourse, analyses the main approaches to the basic concepts of the information society. It has been proved that the main characteristic of the modern information society is the presence of people capable of critical thinking. Anthropocentrism is seen as an anthropological component of the information society.
It has been substantiated that with the development of information and communication technologies new opportunities for the rooting of democratic values in society appear. At the same time, priority should be given to compliance with the information rights of the individual.
Axiological, epistemological and ontological aspects reveal the philosophical meaning of this definition. The ontological aspect of information security captures the situation created to combat risk, the purpose of which is to ensure the integrity of the object and the stable state of the information environment. The anthropological aspect of the concept reveals the security of the subject of information interaction. The hypothesis that information security is a complex phenomenon of objective development of modern civilization, aimed at promoting the harmonious development of the information society, has been substantiated. Ensuring information security, above all, requires the study of the negative consequences of the process of information technology application, the study of the causes of their manifestation, which will ultimately help to identify the ways to overcome them, thereby forming a secure state of the information environment.

Economic Losses Due To Illness And Premature Death In Parepare City : Health Advocacy With DALY Approach

Kasman .; Amran Razak; Alimin Maidin; Darmawansyah .; Toto Sudargo; Muh. Asdar; Burhanuddin Bahar; Hasnawati Amqam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 11-20

Background: The approach of economic losses due to illness and early death is an effective way to be used for advocacy and convincing all stakeholders that health is an investment. Methods: This is an observational study in the field of health economics on the magnitude of economic losses due to illness and death with the aim of providing advocacy to all health stakeholders. Results: The amount of direct costs, which consists of household expenses for transportation of IDR 749.3 million. Economic losses due to illness (YLD) IDR 26.7 billion, and YLL of IDR 243.2 billion, total economic loss due to both (DALY) is IDR 269.9 billion. Total economic losses of IDR 270.6 billion. This huge economic loss can be prevented by increasing the budget for promoting healthy behavior and expanding health insurance coverage for the community. Conclusion: Approach to economic losses due to early illness and death (DALY) as an effective advocacy way to improve the understanding of health stakeholders that interventions to reduce economic losses through increasing the health budget are an investment.

RISK FACTORS FOR LOW BIRTH WEIGHT IN PUSKESMAS GANDING

Ratna Indriyani; Ahmaniyah .; Mujib Hannan; Syaifurrahman Hidayat

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 21-27

Background: The high incidence of low birth weights (LBW) is due to interrelated factors from both the mother and the fetus. Maternal health status affects birth weight directly. Periodic health checks for pregnant women (antenatal care visits) are one of the main activities in maintaining the health of the mother and the fetus.
Objective: To examine the risk factors for LBW.
Method: This was an observational analytical study with a case-control approach. The sample was 48 respondents, with 24 mothers experiencing LBW as the case respondents and 24 mothers whose babies were in the normal weight range as the control respondents. The size of the sample was determined using a 1:1 comparison with a purposive sampling method.
Findings: The average height of the respondents was 151.23 cm, weight gain was 9.00 kg, systolic blood pressure was 113.75, mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) was 23.58 cm, gestational age was 37.42 weeks, and infant birth weight was 2604.17 g. On average, the examination of multiparous status, fetal position, head presentation, counseling, and laboratory tests were also determined. A chi-squared test showed no statistically significant relationships with LBW for the height of the pregnant woman, the blood pressure, the fetal position, the status of TT vaccinations, the administration of iron tablets, counseling, or laboratory examination. In contrast, weight gain, MUAC, fundal height, parity, and maternal age had significant relationships with LBW.
Conclusion: The maternal age, weight gain during pregnancy, MUAC, fundal height, and parity were associated with LBW.

IMPACT OF GREEN LEADERSHIP AND ECO EFFICIENCY TOWARD WORK PERFORMANCE : EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIAN PUBLICT HEALTH CENTER

Enji Azizi; Sri Ndaru Arthawati; Sri Hastari; Muhammad Rikza Muqtada; Nur Ihsan; Saefulah .; Agus Purwanto

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 28-40

This research purpose to analyze the effect green leadership and eco Efficiency to work performance in the public health center. This research uses a quantitative approach with Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) using smart PLS software. Data collection methods using online questionnaires and snowball sampling technique, the number of respondents to be used are 200 respondents of public health center management in Indonesia. The results of this research conclude that green leadership has a positive and significant effect on the work performance, eco efficiency also has a positive and significant effect on the work performance. This novelty of this research is new research of green leadership and eco efficiency of public health center sector in Indonesia.

DO GEMBA KAIZEN AND 5S REINFORCE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING PERFORMANCE ?

Edna Maryani; Agus Purwanto; Hayu Kartika; Moch Haris; Nur Ihsan; Kemas Muhammat Abdul Fatah; Rudy Pramono

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 41-57

This study aims to analyze the influence of Gemba Kaizen culture and implementation of 5S (Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, and Shitsuke) to Medical Equipment manufacturing performance in the Medical Equipment manufacturing industries in Indonesia. This research uses a quantitative approach with Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) using smart PLS software. Data collection methods using online questionnaires and simple random sampling technique, the number of samples to be used as respondents as many as 300 Medical Equipment manufacturing managers. The results of this study indicate that the gemba kaizen has a positive and significant effect on the Medical Equipment manufacturing performance. For 5S also has a positive and significant effect on on Medical Equipment manufacturing performance. The implication of this research is to be a reference that kaizen and 5S can be applied in several manufacturers to improve their performance and can be a reference to be applied in other industries . This novelty of this research is build a new model of the effect of applying new kaizen and 5S to the Medical Equipment manufacturing industries in Indonesia

HALAL MEDICINE PURCHASE INTENTION AMONG SOUTH EAST ASIAN CONSUMERS

Nico Alexander Vizano; Anis Fittria; Mohamad Nuryansah; Muhammad Rikza Muqtada; Gufron .; Moh Farhan; Agus Purwanto

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 58-77

This paper is an explanatory sequential mixed methods research aimed to explore and investigate the influence of halal medicine perception, halal medicine quality, halal medicine safety and halal medicine knowledge on purchase intention of consumers in South East Asia. The first stage is a quantitative analysis, the questionnaires were distributed randomly in by online electronic questionnaires and use snowball sampling technique, total of 340 respondents were filled online electronic questionnaires. The data processing and hypotheses which were tested using Structural Equation Model (SEM) Linear and Structural Model (LISREL), The next stage is a qualitative analysis exploring factors influence of non muslim consumers to buy halal medicine. Primary data collection using in-depth interviews with 5 (five) of consumers who were selected and determined using purposive sampling method Our analysis results indicated that halal medicine perception has a significant effect on purchase repetition , halal medicine quality has a significant effect on purchase repetition, halal medicine safety has significant positive influences on the purchase repetition and also halal medicine knowledge has a significant effect on purchase repetition. The result of this study may provide an insight to halal medicine producers to look into the South East Asian consumers as one of their target market in halal medicine industry and will help to know the level of South East Asian Consumers knowledge and perception toward halal medicine. Novelty of this research is a new model of halal medicine perception, halal medicine quality, halal medicine safety and halal medicine knowledge on purchase intentions of South East Asian consumers in Indonesia with the Explanatory Sequential Mixed Methods method with the scope of the territory of a country. This research can be a reference for similar research, and subsequent research can be conducted in other countries and could be adapted and adopted by other countries or in other regions.

Effect of Physical Environment and Prisoner's Behavior with the Implementation of Control Programs against the Incidence of TB in Makassar City

Haeruddin .; A. Rizki Amelia; Samsualam .; Ma'syari Arfah Tihurua

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 78-88

Purpose - To analyses the influence of physical environment and prisoner's behavior by the implementation of control programs on the incidence of TB in Makassar City.
Methods - Samples in this study were 90 people who were taken based on people having symptoms of pulmonary tuberculosis which included age, sex, level of education, occupation, and length of stay in prison, humidity, water temperature, room lighting, occupancy density, discharge behavior. Sputum / spit carelessly, smoking habits, cough / sneezing ethics, room contact with friends and implementation of control programs.
Results - The incidence of pulmonary TB ie from 90 respondents who suspected there were 41 respondents (45.6%). Variables that are significantly related to TB incidence are the discard phlegm on a reckless place variable, p = 0.008 (p <0.05). Discard phlegm on a reckless place against respondents affected by tuberculosis were 29 people (29%). Variable cough / sneezing ethics obtained p = 0.001 (p <0.05). More respondents were found when cough / sneezing was performed correctly on respondents who did not have tuberculosis in the amount of 25 people (52.1%). Variabel room contact with friends, p = 0.002 (p <0.05). Respondents of room contact with friends were bad for respondents who experienced tuberculosis, namely by 34 people (57.6%).
Conclusion - Discard phlegm on a reckless place, cough / sneezing ethics, room contact with friends are significantly related to TB incidence in Makassar City.

Effects of Psychological Distress on Hypertension among Liquefaction Refugees in Petobo Shelter

Herawanto .; Vidyana Aulia Rahma; Muh. Jusman Rau; Sendhy Krisnasari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 89-96

The purpose of this research is to know the psychological disorder in the incidence of hypertension among liquefaction refugees in Petobo Shelter. A cross-sectional design was performed. The total number of patients who visit the health post at a Petobo shelter is 3,079 people taken in accidental sampling. The analysis uses the univariate and bivariate analyses at a degree of confidence of 95% (α = 0.05). The chi-square test results show that anxiety (ρ = 0,031), depression (ρ = 0,008), and stress (ρ = 0,000) are associated with the incidence of hypertension. It is expected that hypertension sufferers should do breathing exercises, perform physical activity and meditation relaxation to avoid anxiety, negative thoughts, also avoiding depression, stress and do interact with someone else so that the mind is not saturated and easy to forget the negative thoughts.

Did Seiri Seiton Seiso Seiketsu And Shitsuke Affected Medical Health Industry Business Performance?

Akhyar Zuniawan; Sri Mukti Wirawati; Saefulah .; Mochammad Fahlevi; Agus Purwanto; Nico Alexander Vizano; Rudy Pramono

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 97-114

This research purpose to analyze the effect of implementation of 5S (Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, and Shitsuke) to business performance in the medical health industry industries. This research uses a quantitative approach with Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) using smart PLS software. Data collection methods using online questionnaires and snowball sampling technique, the number of respondents to be used are 240 respondents of medical health industry managers in Indonesia . The results of this research conclude that Seiri has a positive and significant effect on the business performance, Seiton has a positive and significant effect on the business performance, Seiso has a positive and significant effect on the business performance, Seiketsu has a positive and significant effect on the business performance, Shitsuke has a positive and significant effect on the business performance. This novelty of this research is build a new model of the effect of applying Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, and Shitsuke to the medical health industry industries in Indonesia.

Leadership Style For Indonesian Public Health Center: Charismatic,Bureaucratic,Transactional, Transformational,Autocratic Or Democratic?

Fatoni .; Irawan .; Suhroji Adha; Fairus Sintawati; Octoberry Julyanto; Mukhlasin .; Ratih Ayu Wulandari; Agus Purwanto

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 115-124

This article analyzes the impact of the leadership style of the head of the public health center in Central Java, Indonesia. The focus is on six main leadership styles, namely transformational, transactional, autocratic, charismatic, bureaucratic and democratic. This article has provided in-depth insights into leadership styles; democratic, transformational, bureaucratic and autocratic leadership have a positive impact on the performance of public health center staff in Central Java, Indonesia. Respondents in this study were 200 public health center staff. Distribution of the questionnaire by means of snowball sampling. The analysis uses a quantitative approach, with the help of a survey instrument, based on a questionnaire survey. Secondary research has been carried out through a previous review of the literature that is set to achieve the research objectives. The results of this article suggest that charismatic, bureaucratic and transactional leadership styles have a negative relationship with performance. A transformational, autocratic, and democratic leadership style, on the other hand, has a positive relationship with the performance of the head of the public health center in Central Java, Indonesia.

Indonesian Government Dilematics In Covid-19 Pandemic Handling

Andi Azikin; Karno .; Pratiwi Nurhascaryani; Fitriani .; Suhaeti .; Yoyok Cahyono

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 125-133

The purpose of this paper is to describe the extent to which Indonesia's ability to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak in Indonesia The Corona virus outbreak or commonly known as Covid-19 is getting more and more violent. The virus thought to have originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan has claimed many lives. Not only in the bamboo curtain country, countries on the continent of Europe, Asia, America and Africa are also affected by this virus, including Indonesia. World Health Organization (WHO) has designated COVID-19 as a pandemic. This pandemic has spread in 212 countries. Quoting from Worldometers, there were 3,911,454 people in the world infected with the corona virus, the death toll from the SARS-CoV-2 virus reached 270,339 people. While those who recovered were recorded as many as 1,340,231 as of Friday. The Covid 19 pandemic has also weakened global economic growth, due to economic downturns. People in countries that have implemented lockdowns or social distancing have paralyzed the country's economy, many industries have closed and even laid off their employees. The impact is that the decreasing income of the lower middle class, especially workers and daily businesses, which are large in number, will quickly trigger a social contraction. Before the Corona outbreak alone, Indonesia had a potential crisis, due to Indonesia's dependence on imported goods to meet domestic consumption. This research is qualitative in nature by looking at the facts and existing data both from direct observation and from various electronic media. In the conditions of the Covid 19 pandemic, the Indonesian government established a Large-Scale Social Restriction (PSBB) policy with a social - physical distincting approach. , not by lockdown. This policy was taken by the government with economic considerations and the state's ability to worry about being unable to provide for the basic needs of the community during the Karatina region as mandated by Law no. 6 of 2018 concerning health quarantine. Meanwhile, the PSBB policy is considered not optimal in handling this pandemic outbreak because it is considered unable to cut the spread of the Covid 19 virus.

Changes In The Spiritual Life Of Vietnamese People Through Traditional Festivals

Dang Quang Dinh; Nguyen Hoang Phuong; Than Ngoc Anh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 134-141

Among Vietnam's unique folklore treasures, festivals are the most typical cultural area. A festival, which attracts a great deal of interest in social life, is an integrated form of activities including spiritual and material aspects, religious beliefs, arts and culture, the sacred and everyday life, and so on. Out of more than 9000 festivals in Vietnam, about 7000 traditional festivals are widely scattered across the country. Studying changes in the spiritual life of Vietnamese people through traditional festivals contributes to building spiritual life and building an advanced Vietnamese culture imbued with national identity. In order to ensure the effective organization and management of festivals, promote the cultural identity and diversity of national festivals, a scientific and comprehensive survey is needed, clarifying origins, characteristics, values, scale, and financial sources for organizing festivals; identifying viewpoints, criteria and classification methods on traditional festivals and modern festivals in our country, chaired by a specialized agency for scientific research. On the basis of the survey findings, the state authorities study and consider which types of festivals need planning, management decentralization, and elaboration of management regulations, mechanisms and policies consistent with the characteristics of traditional festivals and modern festivals.

The Administration Effect Of Tryptophan On Testosterone And Estradiol Hormone Levels In White Male Rats

Angga Putri; Yenni Aryanetta; Eryati Darwin; Arni Amir; Chablullah Wibisono

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 142-147

Objective to assess the influence of administering the tryptophan in the white male rats Rattus novergicus's testosterone and estradiol hormone levels. This research is experimental with the design of the posttest only control group design. The samples used as many as 28 rats were divided into 4 treatment groups. Each group is given an intraperitoneal injection of tryptophan with a dose level of 40mg, 50mg and 60mg/kg of bady weight. While one group was separated and made as control group. The treatments are given for 14 days and measured hormone levels using RIA. Based on assessment results, it was observed that there was a decrease in the average levels of testosterone (13,78nmol/L) and also observed an increase in the average level of the estradiol (8,65pg/dl) in the male white rat Rattus norvegicus when compared to the control group. The doses of tryptophan administered in the treatment group 1 is 40mg obtained the average testosterone levels 12,95nmol/L and average estradiol level of 9,87pg/dl. The doses of tryptophan administered in the treatment group 2 is 50mg obtained an average testosterone level of 11.03nmol/L and average estradiol level of 10,17pg/dl. The administration of tryptophan caused a decrease in the average testosterone levels in the control group and an increase in the average levels of estradiol compared to the control group even though the increase and decrease in the mean was not significant. It is likely that intraperitoneal administration of tryptophan has inhibitory effect of estradiol on testosterone.

The Influence Of Doctors And Patients’ Perception On The Drugs Availability In The Hospital During The Era Of National Health Insurance

Satibi Satibi; Pratiwi Ayu Dritani; Dwi Yufenita; Septimawanto Dwi Prasetyo

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 148-156

The drug availability is still a problem in the JKN (National Health Coverage) era in Indonesia, this is the role of pharmaceutical industry in support the drugs availability by implementing good supply chain management. The research aims to identify the factors of production planning, production capacity and procurement of raw material in the pharmaceutical industry in support the drugs availability in the JKN era. This research is descriptive study with qualitative methods. This research uses primary data form in-depth interviews with employees at four national pharmaceutical companies that won the e-Catalogue tender as a producer of generic drugs in Jakarta. The sampling in this research is by purposive sampling with 6 key informants on supply chain management. The data was analyzed by interview transcripts, interpretation data and checking the validity of the data by triangulation. Production planning, production capacity and procurement of raw material have an influence on pharmaceutical companies in support the drugs availability. Production planning, production capacity and procurement of raw material have an influence on pharmaceutical companies in supporting drugs availability, because the RKO (drug requirement planning) used as the basis for procurement of drugs in e-Catalogue is inaccurate so the pharmaceutical companies can’t make accurate production planning and quantity of public drugs aren’t right amount, time and aren’t available when needed and procurement of material still depends on imported raw material with lead time 1-3 months so it can be increase of potentially a public drug stock out.

Effect Of Adding The Nickel Complex To Leucine Derivative On Photophysical Characteristics Of Polyvinyl Alcohol

Heba Abd Alteef Abd Alrazag Al-daraji; Aeed Salih Al-fahdawi; Hameed Khalid Ali

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 157-171

The current research included a study of photocatalytic degradation of polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) films prepared by the pouring method after adding different weight ratios of nickel complex to a leucine derivative (0.4%, 0.2%, 0.1%, 0.05%, 0.025%) with thickness of 75±5 μm. The effect of the additive ratio on the photocatalytic degradation speed of polymeric films relative to pure films before and after exposure to the source of ultraviolet was studied, which showed the highest absorption at the wavelength of 356 nm with irradiation times starting from 25-100 hrs. The photocatalytic degradation process has been monitored by using the UV-VIS spectrophotometer to calculate the degradation rate constant (Kd), the infrared (FT-IR) device to calculate the growth coefficient of carbonyl (ICO) and hydroxyl (IOH) groups and the viscosity technique to follow the change in the viscosity-average molecular weight. It was found through FT-IR and UV-Vis that the degradation rate constant and growth coefficients of carbonyl and hydroxyl were inversely proportional with the concentration of the added nickel complex and the irradiation time. The results of viscosity measurements obtained from the calculation of the degradation degree and the numerical rate of chain (S) scission showed that increasing concentrationS of the added nickel complex reduces the degradation of the polymer molecular weight. Thus it is considered a stabilizer for photocatalytic degradation

An Omni Directional V-Shaped Microstrip Antenna For Wireless Multimedia Sensor Network

Dr. R Saravanakumar; S Parameswari; Dr. A. Sathishkumar; B Praveen Kitti; Dr Pankaj Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 172-178

This paper adds a new Omni Directional Microstrip filter-antenna. In antenna design, this microstrip Lines are used to feed the V-shaped coupling slots in the ground Metal level. V-shaped coupling slots provide radiation at the top patches can detect the radiation action of the antenna. Bilateral power divider connected to the microstrip line, also understand the filtering function. The antenna has bandwidth 3.5 to 3.8 GHz of 0.50 GHz. In the frequency band from 3.2 to 3.6 GHz, average gain in vertical direction Antenna plane exceeds 10 dBi. Verlog hardware description Language architecture model. It is automatic and automatic mode with complex functionality. This work discusses the functional authentication of the DSP board using VLSI and MatLab. We can reduce and change the number register and complex parallel input / output functions. It is a pipeline based model so it is easy to change the step and adapt to any mathematical operations. Architecture is examined in terms of current functions and work environment

Detecting Bio-Metric Finger Patterns Using Lsb Substitution Machine Learning Method

M P Rajakumar; Dr. V. Lokeswara Reddy; Dr.G. Nalinipriya; Dr.S. Thanigaivel; M R Arun

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 179-186

This paper introduces a new way to hide a message in a digital image on a spatial domain. In this way two bit messages are embedded in one pixel, which can not only change the most important bit pixel, but also the second bit level and the fourth bit level, but the embedding process at each stage only allows a bit of alternation to occur. This fast and versatile solution achieves cutting-edge results in steganographic applications with linear time and space complexity with respect to Number of cover elements. We report extensive test results for a large number of relative payloads and various distorted profiles, including the wet paper channel. Compared to the LSB-matching method, the results show that they have an acceptable ability to embed this data and that the steganalysis algorithm cannot detect it. Most newer coding schemes used in steganography (matrix embedding, wet paper codes, etc.) can be implemented using this framework.

Iot Based Function Point Analysis Of Detecting Vanishing Point In Unstructured Environments Using Optical Dominant Method

D. Srivaishnavi; Dr.C.S. Anita; Dr. K.V.S.S.S.S. Sairam; Dr.Nachiyappan. S; Dr. Nilamadhab Mishra (PhD Taiwan)

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 187-194

Identifying a site-based road in a structured environment is a challenging issue because there are no clear and unchanging features that can describe a road or boundary in a structured environment. The edges, boundaries, paths and tire tracks left on the road merge into a single point called the vanishing point. It is important to measure the invisible point for the Autonomous Navigation System (ANS) in structured and structured environments. The Optimal Local Dominance Orientation Method (OLDOM) is used based on image format analysis to quickly calculate the invisible area in structured environments. The combined action of the four Gabor energy responses is used independently to find the local dominant trend. The resulting vector is the correct local dominance trend. A positive distance-based voting scheme is used to determine the location of the disappearance. This approach indicates that each dominant trend will give more votes than the points closest to its beam. The invisible point where the pixel that eventually gets the most votes counts.