https://journals.cincader.org/index.php/ghmj/issue/feed Journal of Global Health and Medicine 2021-07-09T15:56:15+00:00 Monica Meneses journals@cincader.org Open Journal Systems <p><em>Journal of Global Health and Medicine</em> is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary research journal that focuses on all aspects of Health and Medicine. <em>Journal of Global Health and Medicine</em> publishes issues twice a year since 2017. </p> <p>All articles published are Open Access for readers and an article processing charge (APC) applies to papers accepted after peer review. </p> https://journals.cincader.org/index.php/ghmj/article/view/87 Comparison of traditional and automated nursing records in the medicine services of the Callejón de Huaylas hospitals - Peru [Comparación de los registros de enfermería tradicionales y automatizados en los servicios de medicina de los hospitales del Call 2021-06-06T22:29:36+00:00 Llermé Núñez Zarazú opebri@yahoo.com Bibiana León Huerta Bibianamaria@hotmail.com Olga Giovanna Valderrama-Ríos ogvalderramar@unac.edu.pe <p>The objective of this study was to compare the quality of traditional and automated nursing records in the medical services of four hospitals in Callejón de Huaylas - Peru. Investigation of quantitative approach quasi experimental. The population consisted of 32,940 nursing records from the medical records, and the sample consisted of 816 records, selected by stratified probability sampling. The instruments used were; Quality inventory of the nursing record and the software called the Automated Nursing Record System (SIARE) version 1.0. The results show that the difference in quality of the traditional and automated nursing records, with the student's t test obtained a mean of 7.284, a SD of 1.172, a t value = 29.815, with d.f. 22 and a p value = 0.000, resulting in significant differences between the quality scores of the traditional and automated nursing records of the medicine services of the hospitals of the Callejón de Huaylas. It is concluded that the quality (structure, continuity of care and patient safety) of the automated records is high in comparison with traditional nursing records.</p> 2021-03-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://journals.cincader.org/index.php/ghmj/article/view/88 Consumption of natural products and its effects on Covid-19, Barranca district [Consumo de productos naturales y sus efectos en la Covid-19, distrito de Barranca] 2021-06-06T22:36:10+00:00 Dante Daniel Cruz Nieto daniel2262@hotmail.com Olga Giovanna Valderrama-Ríos ogvalderramar@unac.edu.pe Jesús Manuel More López mamore_08_31@hotmail.com José Yovera Saldarriaga jyoveras@unasam.edu.pe Javier Enrrique Sotelo Montes jsotelom@unasam.edu.pe Alicia Lourdes Merino Lozano almerinol@unac.edu.pe María Soledad Porras Roque mporrasr@unjbg.edu.pe Florencio Antonio Herrera Risco nenchito20@gmail.com <p>The objective was to determine the consumption of natural products and its effects on Covid-19, in the district of Barranca. Data was collected on people of legal age, who said they had had symptoms of Covid-19, than having consumed natural products. The information collection process was from September 2020 to January 2021, in a total of 200 people per month of both sexes, who voluntarily agreed to participate in the research. For which, instruments such as the survey on the consumption of natural products and how many alleviated the symptoms were used. Once the data were obtained, they were processed with basic statistics, correlation analysis and analysis of variance. The results determined that in January the consumption of matico, eucalyptus, scorzonera and huamanripa increased 16, 14 and 13 persons respectively, consumption of ginger, garlic and tocosh 32, 45 and 36 persons respectively, consumption of bee honey 88 persons, in percentage of natural products consumption increased to 77% and the percentage of persons who "alleviated symptoms" to 83%. Regarding the correlation of the consumption of natural products with people who alleviated symptoms where the average r = 0.98, which indicates a high association. It is concluded that the consumption of natural products had significance to alleviate the symptoms.</p> 2021-04-17T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://journals.cincader.org/index.php/ghmj/article/view/130 Perception of the nursing care quality by patients of an Andean hospital [Percepción de la calidad de atención de enfermería por pacientes de un hospital andino] 2021-07-09T15:56:15+00:00 Rosa del Pilar Efigenia Atoche Benavides alianza21atoche@gmail.com Martín Vargas Atoche bruno21@hotmail.com <p>The objective of the research was to determine the quality of nursing care according to the perception of the patient admitted to the Hospital "Víctor Ramos Guardia" Huaraz. The hypothesis was: The perception of the quality of nursing care of patients admitted to the Víctor Ramos Guardia Hospital in Huaraz is good. The study was descriptive, correlational and cross-sectional, the sample consisted of 88 hospitalized patients, the processing and analysis was carried out according to the application of an 18-item questionnaire. The results: The quality of nursing care according to the perception of the patient admitted to the Víctor Ramos Guardia Hospital in the 2016 period with 55.7% was good, 65.9% the technical component, likewise 60.2% the interpersonal component and finally the component comfort of the environment 61.4% in the quality of nursing care as good. According to the sociodemographic variables: It was observed that female patients 37.5%, with a higher degree of education 37.5%, the marital status cohabitating 36.4%, Catholic religion 44.3% affirmed that the quality of nursing care was good, while those who resided in urban areas 44.3% reported that the quality of nursing care is poor. In conclusion, the quality of nursing care was good according to the perception of the patient admitted to the Víctor Ramos Guardia Hospital.</p> 2021-07-09T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Global Health and Medicine