MIKIA: Mimbar Ilmiah Kesehatan Ibu dan Anak (Maternal and Neonatal Health Journal) http://www.mikiajournal.com/index.php/ojs <ul> <li class="show"><strong>Journal Name</strong>: MIKIA: Mimbar Ilmiah Kesehatan Ibu dan Anak (Maternal and Neonatal Health Journal)</li> <li class="show"><strong>Journal Initials</strong>: MIKIA</li> <li class="show"><strong>Publisher</strong>: Ocean Learning Center (OLC)</li> <li><strong>p-ISSN: <a href="http://issn.pdii.lipi.go.id/issn.cgi?daftar&amp;1490590649&amp;1&amp;&amp;">2580-0825</a> (<em>Print</em>)</strong></li> <li><strong>e-ISSN: <a href="http://issn.pdii.lipi.go.id/issn.cgi?daftar&amp;1503526422&amp;1&amp;&amp;">2599-1116</a> (<em>Online</em>)</strong></li> <li><strong>URL: <a href="http://www.mikiajournal.com/">http://www.mikiajournal.com/</a></strong></li> </ul> <p>MIKIA: Mimbar Ilmiah Kesehatan Ibu dan Anak (Maternal and Neonatal Health Journal) is an open access journal (e-journal) which publishes the scientific works for health practitioners and researchers. It was published in 2017 by Ocean Learning Center (OLC). </p> <p>The focus and scopes of the journal include maternal and neonatal health. The journal is published twice a year in May and November. The MIKIA editorial team welcome and invite researchers from around the world to submit their papers (original research article, systematic review, and case study) for publication in this journal. All papers are published as soon as they have been accepted.</p> <p>MIKIA has been accredited with The Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia number <strong>SINTA 5</strong> with SK Number: 36/E/KPT/2019 start Volume 1 No 2 (2017). </p> <p>Due to our milestone for MIKIA, beginning in <strong>May 2021</strong>, all articles submitted to MIKIA should be in <strong>English</strong>. If your materials are still in Indonesian. Please do not hesitate to contact us. </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> Ocean Learning Center (OLC) en-US MIKIA: Mimbar Ilmiah Kesehatan Ibu dan Anak (Maternal and Neonatal Health Journal) 2580-0825 IS CONTRACEPTIVE INJECTION CAUSE BREAST CANCER? : META ANALYSIS http://www.mikiajournal.com/index.php/ojs/article/view/115 <p>Background: Injectable hormonal contraception was a major risk factor for breast cancer. The content of the progestin hormone in injection hormonal contraceptives can affect the uncontrolled growth of breast tissue, leading to breast cancer. This study aims to analyze the magnitude of the effect of injection hormonal contraception on the incidence of breast cancer with a meta-analysis study. Method: This research is a systematic review and used a Prisma flow diagram. The process of searching for articles through a database of journals which includes: <em>PubMed, Science Direct, </em>and <em>Google Scholar </em>by selecting articles published in 2010-2020<em>. </em>Keywords used include: “ <em>Women Aged 15-80 Years” OR “Women of Menopause” AND “Birth control injections” AND “Breast Cancer”. </em>The inclusion criteria included <em>full-text articles with a </em>case-control study design, articles using English, and multivariate analysis with <em>adjusted odds ratios</em>. Artikel fulfills the requirements for analysis using Revman 5.3 Result: There were 6 articles with the case-control study. A meta-analysis of 6 <em>case-control studies </em>showed that the use of injectable hormonal contraception had a 1.37 times risk of developing breast cancer compared with women using non-hormonal contraception (aOR 1.37; 95% CI 1.09 to 1.71; p = 0.006). Conclusion: Injectable hormonal contraceptives can increase the incidence of breast cancer.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Dilma'aarij Agustia Setyo Sri Rahardjo Eti Poncorini Copyright (c) 2022 Dilma'aarij Agustia, Setyo Sri Rahardjo, Eti Poncorini https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2022-11-30 2022-11-30 64 74 10.36696/mikia.v6i2.115 LABOR AND DELIVERY DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMI CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019: A LITERATURE REVIEW 2019 – 2020 http://www.mikiajournal.com/index.php/ojs/article/view/114 <p>Coronavirus Disease 2019 or COVID-19 is an infection by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Critical situations increase health risks for pregnant and childbirth because of the lack of midwifery care and services that can increase maternal mortality, increased risk of pregnancy and childbirth complications due to lack of nutritional intake, and disruption of health services due to disruption of population mobility. This systematic review aimed to find out the services of labor and delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic in various countries. Journals included were from databases such as American Journal of Perinatology, Journal of Infection American Journal of Obstetric and Gynecology, Archieves of Academic Emergency Medicine, Google Scholar, PubMed, BMC Public Health, Elsevier, search engines, and references from other studies. The MeSH keywords such as “pregnancy”, “labor”, “intranatal”, “delivery”, “maternal outcomes”, “obstetric protocol”, “pandemic”, “coronavirus disease 2019”. Studies that show labor and delivery preparation, progress, and newborn care were included in this study. The results of the study showed that healthcare facilities and health workers made adaptations to adjust to the protocol for pregnancy and childbirth care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Services provided in accordance with the health protocol for the COVID-19 pandemic period aim to minimize the spread of infection and optimize labor and delivery services.</p> Rizki Yulia Copyright (c) 2022 Rizki Yulia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2022-11-30 2022-11-30 15 28 10.36696/mikia.v6i2.114 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF KANGAROO AND INCUBATOR CARE METHODS TO INCREASE BODY TEMPERATURE IN BABIES WITH LOW BIRTH WEIGHT http://www.mikiajournal.com/index.php/ojs/article/view/112 <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Low Birth Weight (LBW) infants are at risk of experiencing various health problems. One of them that often occurs is an unstable body temperature and tends to be hypothermic. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of Kangaroo Method Care (KMC) and incubator treatment to increase body temperature in LBW infants. This study used a Quasi Experiment Design technique with a Pre-test and Post-test Group design. The sample in this study were all LBW infants according to the inclusion criteria, which were 30 babies. The sample was divided into two intervention groups, namely 15 infants with KMC intervention and 15 infants with nursing intervention in an incubator, which were given intervention for 2 hours per day for a period of 3 days. The sampling technique used in this study was purposive sampling. In the KMC group, the average pretest value was 36.59°C and the posttest value was 37.06°C. In comparison, in the treatment group of incubator intervention, the average pretest value was 36.4°C and the posttest value was 36.8°C. Based on the results of the independent sample t-test statistical test, the significance was 0.035, p &lt;0.05. The results showed that the average of increasing infants' body temperature in the intervention of KMC was 0.4640 (SD = 0.08998), while the average increase in infant body temperature in the incubator treatment was 0.3953 (SD = 0.07909). The application of KMC and treatment in the incubator are equally effective in increasing the body temperature of LBW.</span></p> Ardyah Dwi Pramesti Ni Wayan Dwi Rosmalawati Hurun Ain Copyright (c) 2022 Ni Wayan Dwi Rosmalawati, Ardyah Dwi Pramesti , Hurun Ain https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2022-11-30 2022-11-30 38 52 10.36696/mikia.v6i2.112