Wednesday, November 2, 2011

[sehat] Digest Number 16406

Messages In This Digest (25 Messages)

1.1.
Re: ASI sebagai satu satunya vaksin From: Hapsarina Dianti
1.2.
Re: ASI sebagai satu satunya vaksin From: Sinta Eva
1.3.
Re: ASI sebagai satu satunya vaksin From: caishiesabrina
2a.
Re: anak usia 4 bulan 2 minggu inginnya berdiri terus From: heidy_jo@yahoo.com
3a.
Re: Demam sudah 48jam pasca operasi hernia inguinal (operasi 3,5hr y From: purnamawati.spak@cbn.net.id
4a.
Re: E-DRUG: Third International Conference for Improving Use of Medi From: chitra.tifanny@gmail.com
5a.
Re: Bls: [sehat] Muntah 5x dlm wkt 1,5jam From: bundakirana86@yahoo.com
5b.
Re: Bls: [sehat] Muntah 5x dlm wkt 1,5jam From: asamisunt@gmail.com
6.
Patah Tulang Menahun From: diyah.pertiwi@telkom.net
7a.
Re: Bls: Bls: [sehat] Maaf OOT: Anakku (5th) Diminta Jadi Objek Pene From: Puti Herryanti
7b.
Re: Bls: Bls: [sehat] Maaf OOT: Anakku (5th) Diminta Jadi Objek Pene From: Puti Herryanti
8a.
Re: Bekas suntik bcg From: reniasti_simatupang@yahoo.com
8b.
Re: Bekas suntik bcg From: maryati.dewi@gmail.com
9.
Bls: Re: Bls: [sehat] Muntah 5x dlm wkt 1,5jam From: 'Ita' Elisabeth Dianita
10a.
Re: Tounge Tie From: dewijagoan@yahoo.co.id
10b.
Re: Tounge Tie From: ChiciErnest
10c.
Re: Tounge Tie From: Anind
10d.
Re: Tounge Tie From: angel.encis@gmail.com
10e.
Re: Tounge Tie From: Inta
11a.
Re: Tes BTA saat puasa WAS: Setelah operasi amandel didiagnosa TB ke From: Endah
12a.
Re: BR 10.8 hrs disinar From: Qiqie Mama Nayla
13.1.
Re: OOT : Rhinos From: piep71@ymail.com
14a.
Re: [News] Saturday, 29 October is World Stroke Day From: Laksmi Purwitosari
15.
[Share] Patient Satisfaction tips From: Laksmi Purwitosari
16a.
Re: Tolonga saya gatal2 gak jelas kenapaa... From: vanessa sutopo

Messages

1.1.

Re: ASI sebagai satu satunya vaksin

Posted by: "Hapsarina Dianti" misstiqueblu@gmail.com   hdianti

Wed Nov 2, 2011 6:50 am (PDT)



Emang biang kerok anti vaksin sapa yah??? Emang si anti vaksin itu blg
apaan seh?

1.2.

Re: ASI sebagai satu satunya vaksin

Posted by: "Sinta Eva" mama.rafli230511@yahoo.com   mama.rafli230511

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:12 am (PDT)



Bu Mod maaf sebelumnya jangan dipentung yaaaa karna ga potek....

Ini email saya yg error atau yahoomailnya ya? Email dibawah (tertanggal 23 oct 2011) kok baru masuk di inbox saya beberapa menit yg lalu?

Maaf sekali lagi maaf karna ga potek.... Biar kertauan yg saya maksud apa.

Makasih sebelumnya ☺



Salam,
Sinta mamanya Rafli

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From: Hapsarina Dianti <misstiqueblu@gmail.com>
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Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2011 03:44:33
To: <sehat@yahoogroups.com>
Reply-To: sehat@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [sehat] Re: ASI sebagai satu satunya vaksin

Emang biang kerok anti vaksin sapa yah??? Emang si anti vaksin itu blg
apaan seh?


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1.3.

Re: ASI sebagai satu satunya vaksin

Posted by: "caishiesabrina" caishie_sabrina@yahoo.com

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:14 am (PDT)



Mba sinta yahoo lg error sepertina *maaph oot* ni mba sinta yg ku kenal bkn yah?

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-----Original Message-----
From: "Sinta Eva" <mama.rafli230511@yahoo.com>
Sender: sehat@yahoogroups.com
Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2011 14:23:11
To: Milis Sehat<sehat@yahoogroups.com>
Reply-To: sehat@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [sehat] Re: ASI sebagai satu satunya vaksin

Bu Mod maaf sebelumnya jangan dipentung yaaaa karna ga potek....

Ini email saya yg error atau yahoomailnya ya? Email dibawah (tertanggal 23 oct 2011) kok baru masuk di inbox saya beberapa menit yg lalu?

Maaf sekali lagi maaf karna ga potek.... Biar kertauan yg saya maksud apa.

Makasih sebelumnya ☺



Salam,
Sinta mamanya Rafli

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-----Original Message-----
From: Hapsarina Dianti <misstiqueblu@gmail.com>
Sender: sehat@yahoogroups.com
Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2011 03:44:33
To: <sehat@yahoogroups.com>
Reply-To: sehat@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [sehat] Re: ASI sebagai satu satunya vaksin

Emang biang kerok anti vaksin sapa yah??? Emang si anti vaksin itu blg
apaan seh?



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2a.

Re: anak usia 4 bulan 2 minggu inginnya berdiri terus

Posted by: "heidy_jo@yahoo.com" heidy_jo@yahoo.com   heidy_jo

Wed Nov 2, 2011 6:54 am (PDT)



Mom, anak saya (sekarang 6m5d) juga dr 4 bulan pengennya berdiri. Sekarang malah loncat2 kalo lg girang. Masih dipegangin tentunya.

Normal kok mom.

Cheers,
Erika
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3a.

Re: Demam sudah 48jam pasca operasi hernia inguinal (operasi 3,5hr y

Posted by: "purnamawati.spak@cbn.net.id" purnamawati.spak@cbn.net.id

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:06 am (PDT)



Dear ..m

Operasi hernia kan operasi kecil (minor surgery)
Gak utak atik organ dalam perut

Rasanya sih bukan lantaran operasi herniaanya

Kayaknya sih gejala infeksi virus (ispa)

Wati

Patient Safety, first

4a.

Re: E-DRUG: Third International Conference for Improving Use of Medi

Posted by: "chitra.tifanny@gmail.com" chitra.tifanny@gmail.com

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:12 am (PDT)



Bunda...
Didoakan smg presentasinya sukses ya bun. Jaga kesehatan ya bunda.
Ditunggu dongengan nya.

Salam,
Chitra
13 Nov also special day for us :)
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5a.

Re: Bls: [sehat] Muntah 5x dlm wkt 1,5jam

Posted by: "bundakirana86@yahoo.com" bundakirana86@yahoo.com   bundakirana86

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:13 am (PDT)



Mom, smp saat ini sdh 9x muntah.. Air saja isinya.. Setiap habis muntah mau minum air yg banyak.. Tp selalu muntah lagi.. Kira2 knp ya Moms? Skrg anaknya sudah tidur.. Gak masuk makanan apapun... Apakah saya harus bawa ke RS? Txs
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5b.

Re: Bls: [sehat] Muntah 5x dlm wkt 1,5jam

Posted by: "asamisunt@gmail.com" asamisunt@gmail.com   floreanwl

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:22 am (PDT)



Mom, kasih minumnya sedikit2 aja tapi sering,coba observasi terus, dan liat tanda2 dehidrasi..
Cmiiw
Mudah2an lekas sembuh

Salam
Santy

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-----Original Message-----
From: bundakirana86@yahoo.com
Sender: sehat@yahoogroups.com
Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2011 14:12:52
To: <sehat@yahoogroups.com>
Reply-To: sehat@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: Bls: [sehat] Muntah 5x dlm wkt 1,5jam

Mom, smp saat ini sdh 9x muntah.. Air saja isinya.. Setiap habis muntah mau minum air yg banyak.. Tp selalu muntah lagi.. Kira2 knp ya Moms? Skrg anaknya sudah tidur.. Gak masuk makanan apapun... Apakah saya harus bawa ke RS? Txs
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Patah Tulang Menahun

Posted by: "diyah.pertiwi@telkom.net" diyah.pertiwi@telkom.net

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:22 am (PDT)



Dear all,
ART saya mlm ini memberitahu kl 2 hr ini dia merasa dadanya sakit, sesak nafas terutama pd mlm hari jk tidur posisi miring ke kiri. Terinfo dia dulu pernah jatuh pd th 2004, setelah jatuh hanya dipijat dan selama 3 bln tidak bs mengangkat brg berat. Th 2009 ybs periksa rontgen krn sll merasa sesak jk bekerja berat dan dadanya sakit. Hslnya tdk ada mslh di paru2nya. Setelah ke ahli tulang ternyata ada yg patah di punggung kiri atas dkt pundak. Akan tetapi krn sudah lbh dr 5 thn, keadaannya tdk bs dikembalikan lg ke posisi awal. Mnrt ybs, jika sudah parah badannya bs kaku, tdk bs bergerak, dada nyeri dan susah bernafas. Sesak nafas dan nyeri di dada terjadi krn ada syaraf yg terjepit. Hal ini pernah terjadi pada dirinya pd 2 majikan terdahulunya sampai pernah msk UGD krn tdk bs bernafas, dan perlu bantuan oksigen.

Pertanyaan saya, apa yg bisa saya lakukan untuk membantu ybs. Dan apa yg perlu saya ketahui jk kejadian yg dia tiba2 parah, sesak nafas terjadi lg pd ybs? Jk browsing keyword apa yg sesuai?
Terima kasih jk ada yg bs memberi info kpd saya.

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Re: Bls: Bls: [sehat] Maaf OOT: Anakku (5th) Diminta Jadi Objek Pene

Posted by: "Puti Herryanti" putisehat@gmail.com   ph1006

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:29 am (PDT)



Kalau memang kepentingan penelitian dan tujuannya jelas, aku rasa psikolog nya juga ngak akan 'macem' artinya tontonan dan kalimat yg dipilihkan ya sesuai tujuan... Kata 'halo' mungkin dari beberapa bahasa.

Yang menurut aku perlu dipastikan kredibilitas sekolah dan psikolog apakah memang dapat di percaya. Penelitian seperti

On Nov 2, 2011, at 2:05 PM, Mutiara Santoso <mutiara.santoso@yahoo.co.id> wrote:

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7b.

Re: Bls: Bls: [sehat] Maaf OOT: Anakku (5th) Diminta Jadi Objek Pene

Posted by: "Puti Herryanti" putisehat@gmail.com   ph1006

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:35 am (PDT)



Maaf belum selesai nulis udah ke send :s

Kalau memang kepentingan penelitian dan tujuannya jelas, aku rasa psikolog nya juga ngak akan 'macem' artinya tontonan dan kalimat yg dipilihkan ya sesuai tujuan.

Yang menurut aku perlu dipastikan kredibilitas sekolah dan psikolog apakah dapat di percaya. Penelitian sederhana seperti ini cukup umum sih mbak, apalagi prosedur penelitiannya kan sudah tercantum jelas. Tapi kalau mbak masih kurang nyaman ngak ada salahnya ngobrol sedikit dgn mahasiswanya :)

Salam,
Puti
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8a.

Re: Bekas suntik bcg

Posted by: "reniasti_simatupang@yahoo.com" reniasti_simatupang@yahoo.com   reniasti_simatupang

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:30 am (PDT)



Anakku chia 8dto3m juga wkt bcg suntik d paha. Baru kira2 1bln kmdian keluar bisul berisi. Dan skrg udah pecah. Lama juga ya baru kelihatan reaksinya sekitar 1 bln kmdn

Rgds

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Re: Bekas suntik bcg

Posted by: "maryati.dewi@gmail.com" maryati.dewi@gmail.com   maryati.dewi

Wed Nov 2, 2011 8:36 am (PDT)



Mom reni
Kl reaksi bcg memang Agk lama bs d ttg smp 3 bln stlh vaksin.
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Sent: Nov 2, 2011 21:32

Anakku chia 8dto3m juga wkt bcg suntik d paha. Baru kira2 1bln kmdian keluar bisul berisi. Dan skrg udah pecah. Lama juga ya baru kelihatan reaksinya sekitar 1 bln kmdn

Rgds

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Milis SEHAT mengucapkan terimakasih kepada:
- Asuransi AIA atas partisipasinya sebagai sponsor PESAT Bali 2011
- PT LG Electronics Indonesia atas partisipasinya sebagai Sponsor Tunggal FAMILY FUN DAY MILIS SEHAT 2011.

Terima kasih & penghargaan sedalam-dalamnya kepada : HBTLaw, PT.Intiland, dan PT. Permata Bank Tbk. yang telah dan konsisten mensponsori program kami, PESAT (Program Edukasi Kesehatan Anak Untuk Orang Tua)."

"Milis SEHAT didukung oleh : CBN Net Internet Access &Website.
=================================================================
Milis Sehat thanks to:
- AIA Insurance as sponsor for PESAT Bali 2011
- PT LG Electronics Indonesia as exclusive partner of FAMILY FUN DAY MILIS SEHAT 2011.

Our biggest gratitude to: HBTLaw, PT. Intiland, and PT. Permata Bank Tbk. who have consistently sponsored our program, PESAT (Program Edukasi Kesehatan Anak Untuk Orang Tua)."
"SEHAT mailing list is supported by CBN Net for Internet Access &Website.

Kunjungi kami di (Visit us at):
Official Web : http://milissehat.web.id/
FB : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Milissehat/131922690207238
Twitter : @milissehat <http://twitter.com/milissehat/>
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Donasi (donation):
Rekening Yayasan Orang Tua Peduli
Bank Mandiri
Cabang Kemang Raya Jakarta
Account Number: 126.000.4634514
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Bls: Re: Bls: [sehat] Muntah 5x dlm wkt 1,5jam

Posted by: "'Ita' Elisabeth Dianita" ita_sehat@yahoo.com   ita_sehat

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:31 am (PDT)



Tenangkan diri dulu ya Mom *peluk..
Jangan pikirkan masuk makanan dulu, yg penting cairan. Mungkin racunnya belum keluar semua sehingga anaknya masih muntah. ORS nya jangan lupa ya. Sedikit2 tp sering. Kalau habis muntah jgn langsung diminumin. Tunggu beberapa saat sampai anaknya tenanga, baru minum.. Sedikit2 aja biar gak eneg. Selama anak masih mau minum, itu masih bagus..


salam sehat,
ita (ibuke Saka & Ambar)
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Re: Tounge Tie

Posted by: "dewijagoan@yahoo.co.id" dewijagoan@yahoo.co.id   dewijagoan

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:33 am (PDT)



Tounge tie tu ap y?
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Re: Tounge Tie

Posted by: "ChiciErnest" chici.ernest@gmail.com

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:54 am (PDT)



Mbak Dewi Jagoan,

Browsing mbak.. SOL

Regards,
@chiciernest

10c.

Re: Tounge Tie

Posted by: "Anind" mamahararya@yahoo.co.id   anind3x

Wed Nov 2, 2011 8:41 am (PDT)



Halo Pak Aziz...

"sejak lahir memang sudah terlihat tongue tie."
Apakah sudah cek ke dokter? Terlihatnya dr mana?

"saya baca di beberapa artikel memang itu gejala tongue tie, selain memang tanda-tanda di ibunya pun menunjukan hal yang sama."
Gejala apa saja yg sama??

Latch on nya bagaimana saat menyusui?
Sudah pernah konsul ke dokter laktasi?
Berat badannya sudah pernah di plot ke growth chart? Kenaikannya gmn?

Maaf jd banyak nanya...

Krn pengalaman saya, baby saya divonis tongue tie oleh dktr laktasinya.
Tapi saya ga mau mengguntingnya, ga kebayang hrs ngeliat anak digunting *duh!!! Tepok jidat ga tega :(

Dan sekarang baby ku (tanpa digunting) sudah pintar nyusu & bisa gendut tanpa halangan 'tongue tie'


-Anind-
10d.

Re: Tounge Tie

Posted by: "angel.encis@gmail.com" angel.encis@gmail.com   indahlife

Wed Nov 2, 2011 8:50 am (PDT)



Tongue tie ada beberapa tipe,pak.jadi harus ke konselor laktasi ato dsa mungkin untuk tau bayi anda tongue tienya tipe berapa.ada tongue tie yang ga perlu digunting (istilahnya apa ya?).ada juga yang harus segera digunting agar proses menyusui enak untuk ibu dan bayi.

Angel
Emaknya encis n twinnies inside
10e.

Re: Tounge Tie

Posted by: "Inta" dini.maesarinta@gmail.com

Wed Nov 2, 2011 9:00 am (PDT)



Saya bantu bahan bacaan aja yah pak, semoga ada waktu buat dibaca2 dulu

http://www.tonguetie.co.uk/

Cheers, Inta
@Intamaesarinta
terkirim dari henponkuh
11a.

Re: Tes BTA saat puasa WAS: Setelah operasi amandel didiagnosa TB ke

Posted by: "Endah" endahgunawan@ymail.com

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:36 am (PDT)



Yg diambil kan dahak, yg berasal dari saluran napas. Saluran napas tdk dipengaruhi puasa.

Endah

12a.

Re: BR 10.8 hrs disinar

Posted by: "Qiqie Mama Nayla" deswita.nashwa@gmail.com   rizkie3

Wed Nov 2, 2011 7:51 am (PDT)



Makasih support n infonya bunda wati n sps..

Saya baru bisa buka email karena di RS cm pake hp yg jadul dan
loadingnya susah bgt..

Tadi sudah sy paksa bangunin dan susui langsung plus asip..
Alhamdulillah terakhir mau nenen smp 15menit, walau awalnya susah
karena ga mau buka mulut.. Untuk asip masih masuk 15-30cc (walau
perawat bilang harusnya 45cc)..

Besok pagi harus cek BR lg oleh dokternya.. Apakah harus cek br lg
ataukah tidak perlu dan minta pulang saja? Dari dsog besok sudah boleh
pulang setelah visit..

Salam,
qiqie
*SC maju dari jadwal karena sudah kontraksi duluan

13.1.

Re: OOT : Rhinos

Posted by: "piep71@ymail.com" piep71@ymail.com

Wed Nov 2, 2011 8:00 am (PDT)




Iya setuju, kalo setiap awal bulan dikirimi file demam, cc dll, sprti waktu awal join member

Sarica
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14a.

Re: [News] Saturday, 29 October is World Stroke Day

Posted by: "Laksmi Purwitosari" laksmipurwitosari@yahoo.com   laksmipurwitosari

Wed Nov 2, 2011 8:02 am (PDT)




http://www.news-medical.net/news/20111028/Million-Hearts-goal-to-prevent-a-million-heart-attacks-and-strokes-in-five-years.aspx
Million Hearts' goal to prevent a million heart attacks and strokes in five years
Published on October 28, 2011

In the time needed to read out loud the headline on this story, someone has died from a stroke. Every 6 seconds, someone in the world dies from stroke. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in support of World Stroke Day, Oct. 29, 2011, asks Americans to take immediate action to reduce their risk for stroke.

Stroke is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. About 137,000 Americans die of stroke every year, about equivalent to the total population of Eugene, Ore., or Savannah, Ga.

A stroke, sometimes called a brain attack, occurs when a clot blocks the blood supply to the brain or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts. You can greatly reduce your risk for stroke through lifestyle changes and, in some cases, medication.

"Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds and while that is a statistic to some, it's a life abruptly changed for the person who suffered the stroke and the person's family," said CDC Director Thomas Frieden, M.D., M.P.H. "We can do so much more to prevent strokes and the new Million Hearts initiative offers opportunities for individuals, providers, communities, and businesses to apply tools we have readily available today to reduce strokes and heart attacks."

Among the actions available today to reduce stroke and heart attacks, Million Hearts seeks to improve clinical care by helping patients learn and follow their ABCS:

Aspirin for people at risk
Blood pressure control
Cholesterol management
Smoking cessation

Less than half of Americans who should be taking an aspirin a day are taking one; less than half of Americans with high blood pressure have it under control. Only 1 in 3 Americans with high cholesterol is effectively treated, and less than a quarter of Americans who smoke get help to quit when they see their doctor.

The risk for stroke varies

Anyone could have a stroke, but some populations are at higher risk than others. Compared to whites, African-Americans are at nearly twice the risk of having a first stroke. Hispanic Americans' risk falls between the two. Moreover, African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely to die following a stroke than are whites.

High blood pressure, a risk factor for stroke, affects 68 million adults in the United States and about half of adults with high blood pressure do not have their condition under control.

Sudden symptoms of stroke

Stroke can cause death or significant disability, such as paralysis, speech difficulties, and emotional problems. Some new treatments can reduce stroke damage if patients get medical care soon after symptoms begin. When a stroke happens, it is important to recognize the symptoms, call 9-1-1 right away, and get to a hospital quickly.

The sudden onset of any of the following symptoms require immediate medical attention:

More than 2 million heart attacks and strokes occur every year and treatment for these conditions and other vascular diseases account for approximately 1 of every 6 healthcare dollars.

Million Hearts is a new HHS national initiative to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes over the next five years. Million Hearts brings together communities, health systems, nonprofit organizations, federal agencies, and private-sector partners from across the country to fight heart disease and stroke.

SOURCE Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Laksmi Purwitosari

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[Share] Patient Satisfaction tips

Posted by: "Laksmi Purwitosari" laksmipurwitosari@yahoo.com   laksmipurwitosari

Wed Nov 2, 2011 8:17 am (PDT)



Dear all,
Sedang iseng browsing, malahan menemukan artikel dibawah ini, jadi introspeksi diri apakah selama ini saya sudah bisa menciptakan patient satisfaction, dan menetapkan niat untuk selalu memuaskan pasien.
Kalo semua dokter menerapkan tips pada artikel ini, kayaknya sudah tidak ada lagi cerita kekecewaan pasien, pasien dan dokternya sama sama puas.
http://www.businesstrainingworks.com/Customer-Service/Healthcare-Customer-Service.html

Patient Satisfaction Tips

Rx for Pleasing Patients: Ten Things They Don't Need to Hear

Whether you're feverish, freezing, cramping up, bleeding out, coughing, sneezing, gasping, or scratching uncontrollably, there are things you just don't want to hear when you're sick or injured, especially from those who are supposed to be helping you. As a patient, you aren't expected to be but so pleasant and cooperative. Healthcare workers know this, but they have gone into this line of work anyway. They want to help others in need and make a difference. I, for one, am most grateful for them, and I wish to offer at this point a blanket apology for any times when I have been less than pleasant with those giving me medical or dental assistance.

Okay, I admit it. I've behaved badly, especially when I've been in pain. My orthodontist knows this. I'm sorry I bit him when he was putting on my braces, but hey, it hurt! The orthopedist who reset my arm after I broke it falling from the monkey bars would remember my screaming at the top of my lungs when he was treating me. Sorry about his hearing loss, but hey, that hurt too. And I'm sure I created unforgettable memories for the obstetrician who delivered my son.

In hindsight, I know the pain these healthcare professionals inflicted as they were treating me was a necessary albeit unpleasant reality of their jobs, and I forgive them all. However, I'm a little less forgiving of those who have needlessly contributed to my distress through thoughtlessness, indifference, or insensitivity, and it is these individuals who could benefit mightily from a crash course in patient satisfaction.

Here's an example of what I mean. A few months ago when the flu was rampant in my neck of the woods, I realized I needed more help than my home medicine cabinet could provide. My doctor could "work me in" at some point later the morning I called, but there was no guarantee I would be seen immediately.

When I walked in to the waiting room, I was given the once over by what seemed about 30 pairs of eyes belonging to other patients in various stages of discomfort and despair. With difficulty, I made my way between occupied chairs and reached the glass-fronted reception desk. The staff behind the closed window never looked in my direction as I signed my name to the form on the clipboard.

Tip #1 – Patients might look like "death warmed over," but you don't need to act as though they aredead.

Once I located the only free chair at the rear of the waiting room, I took a seat and tried to find a magazine that might hold my interest until I could be seen. Before I could choose the lesser of all the evils, the glass window separating the receptionists from the contaminated was slid open. A voice rose above all the coughing, sneezing, and page flipping and called out my name.

Of course, everyone looked up even though I was the only one with this name. When she heard me identify myself, she called across the crowded room to ask if any of my information had changed. Apparently this was of vital importance to everyone since again all eyes were trained on me in anticipation of my answer. Once she got my reply, she slid the window back to the "closed" position, and everyone else lost interest.

Tip #2 – Ask patients for information at the time they arrive so that they don't have to yell information across a room full of sick people or walk back to the desk to give you the information in a less public way.

As the morning dragged on and waves of nausea pounded me at regular intervals, I took hope when another staff member opened a door and called my name. I was shown to a smaller waiting area where I recognized others who had also once occupied seats in the outer sanctum. We smiled briefly at one another in recognition and then turned our attention to another stack of dull, well-fingered, past-the-newsworthy date magazines as the clock's minute hand moved ever forward.

The new location gave all of us sitting in waiting area #2 the chance to hear the conversation going on among the people at the reception desk. It was a lively discussion of what they had had for dinner the night before, what they'd eaten for breakfast, and what they should order for lunch. I can't remember the particulars, but I know that the final choices involved steaming, abundant, greasy food. My immediate priority was to find the closest restroom since the very thought of what they were talking about was stirring me on more than one level.

Tip #3 – Be mindful of others who can hear what you are saying, especially if you are talking about things that might make them feel worse than they already do.

Back in the chair for a few more minutes of waiting, and then someone called my name. A nurse told me to follow her, and as we headed toward an examining room, there was one obstruction between me and my destination: scales. Pretending not to notice, I picked up my pace only to have my guide stop me in my tracks by insisting I "hop on." I wasn't capable of "hopping" on anything since hopping implies some sort of light-hearted yet energetic effort. That being said, scales would be the last thing I would ever hop on. Maybe I'd sneak up on them, gingerly step on them as though they were wired for detonation, but hop? I think not!

Too ill to argue semantics, I dutifully turned toward the scale but not without removing every item I had on my person that might add weight to the grand total for the day. As payback for my taking time to so disencumber myself, the nurse called out my weight loudly enough for everyone in the office (including those in the outer waiting room) to hear. I was too mortified to bother putting everything back on before escaping into the room where the nurse told me to sit on the table and the doctor would see me shortly.

Tip #4 – For many people, the issue of weight is sensitive and shouldn't be broadcast. Just write it down, and don't argue with patients who insist the scales are wrong.

Clearly her idea of "shortly" and mine differed dramatically. There I sat on a table covered in a roll of butcher paper, clad in a drape that I'm pretty sure I'd put on backwards, and the temperature was a balmy 62 degrees. There weren't magazines of any kind now, so I focused on the pharmaceutical company posters of every possible skin disorder, colon abnormality, and graphically-illustrated problem associated with diabetes that covered the room's walls.

Before I became totally convinced I had most of these problems, the doctor opened the door and asked what had brought me in. Within minutes I had samples of drugs, prescriptions for more, and a request to come back in if I wasn't better in a few days. I was already feeling better just to be leaving.

The drive home gave me the chance to think about this and other experiences I have had in healthcare settings and the controllable factors that might make me and other patients less stressed before, during, and after treatment. In addition to the four tips I've already provided about this particular visit, here are a few more that came to mind.

Tip #5 – Unless otherwise directed, call adult patients Mr., Ms., or Mrs.

A lot of people resent being called by a first name by total strangers. Test the waters by simply asking patients how they would preferred to be addressed, but don't get off on the wrong foot by calling a patient by a first name unless you have been told to do so. Many older people (my grandmother included) see this as impertinence.

Tip #6 – Know the difference between being pleasant and friendly and being too personal.

Almost as bad as ignoring someone is assuming a relationship that doesn't exist. Unless a patient offers personal news, don't ask questions that might backfire or lead to protracted stories you don't have the time or interest in hearing. "So, how did you daughter's wedding turn out?" might seem like a safe enough question unless the answer is, "She got stood up at the altar, started drinking heavily, wrecked her car . . ."

Tip #7 – Clean up your act to establish credibility.

Settings designed for sick and injured people are pretty disgusting by their very nature, but this is no excuse for those working in such venues to look like slobs or have messy workspaces. If your goal is to help people lead healthy lives, you have an obligation to at least look clean and healthy yourself. An overabundance ofanything—weight, hair, makeup, jewelry, fragrance, fingernails, etc.—is less than professional. The same holds true for work stations, examination areas, and desks. Lose the clutter, keep food out of sight, and try to make sure traces of previous patients have been removed before bringing in the next one. You have an obligation to practice what you preach.

Tip #8 – Never talk about patients within earshot of other patients.

We already know that sick people aren't at their best when they come to a healthcare setting, but regardless of what they say or do, keep your opinions to yourself, especially if there are other patients around. You never know who might be listening. Even if patients don't know the person you might be talking about, they may assume you will be just as vocal about them when they leave.

Tip #9 – Let the patient know what you are getting ready to do and the degree of discomfort they will likely experience as a result.

Procedures may be routine to you, but for a patient, what is about to happen may be a first-time experience. If it is something that will produce pain or stress, let them know what to expect. Sugar coating the pending procedure by saying something like "This may pinch a little bit" may prove to be a gross understatement. Forewarned is forearmed, and patients will appreciate the honesty. They may be pleasantly surprised when what happens is not as bad as they expected.

Tip #10 – Slow down and speak in plain English.

This is a follow up to Tip #9. Don't get so caught up in the familiarity of what you are doing that you forget the level of knowledge the patient might or might not have. Speaking in acronyms, using medical jargon, or wrongly assuming everyone knows the human body as well as you do may lead to confusion or misunderstanding. Be very clear and try to use layman language without being condescending.

semoga bermanfaat,

Laksmi Purwitosari

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Re: Tolonga saya gatal2 gak jelas kenapaa...

Posted by: "vanessa sutopo" psycho_laziale@yahoo.com   psycho_laziale

Wed Nov 2, 2011 8:41 am (PDT)



Susah juga si ya mom klo gak diliat langsung..

Apakah kulit mom tipe kering atau berminyak? Yg pasti sepertinya sensitif ya.
Jika kemungkinan penyebabnya dr sabun bisa mom ganti sabunnya dg yg PH nya 5.5 atau yg tinggi pelembab. Jgn disabunin tll banyak nnt kering.
Jgn mandi air hangat sering2 jika kulit kering.
Mungkin detergentnya yg mild. Mom kaya yg buat baby.
Klo dr makanan mungkin mom bisa pantau apa2 saja yg bikin gatel.

Vanessa
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