Penggunaan Smart Pill Box di Ruang Rawat INAP : Literature Review



Permaida Permaida(1*), La Ode Abdul Rahman(2)

(1) Universitas Indonesia
(2) Universitas Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Non-compliance with treatment is a background that is a common and complex problem. In addition to patients not following the treatment schedule, another factor is the nurse's delay in administering the drug, which causes extended care and causes health complications for the patient. The aim is to facilitate nurses in the administration and documentation of patient medications and remind patients to take the right dosage and time spent in smart pill box. This research method uses a literature review conducted to determine and understand the design of a smart pill box in a hospital by examining ten international journals. The results obtained from ten literatures studied by 100 patients in 2015 were studied by Ameta et al. stating that the smart pill box is very helpful by email and this study was developed again by Aldeer et al in 2018 as many as 20 patients stated that the smart pill box is 92% to 100% accurate. They have a reminder function for patients to take pills on time during treatment in the inpatient room, reduce nurse delay and fatigue in drug administration, and assist patients in ordering medication to the hospital pharmacy when the medication will run out by integrating the alarm clock principle, based sensing methods light that is equipped with an application module and the Internet of Think / IoT.


Ketidakpatuhan pengobatan merupakan latar belakang yang menjadi masalah umum dan kompleks. Selain pasien tidak mengikuti jadwal pengobatan, faktor lainnya adalah keterlambatan perawat saat memberikan obat sehingga  menyebabkan perpanjangan hari rawat dan menyebabkan komplikasi kesehatan pada pasien. Tujuannya untuk mempermudah perawat dalam pemberian dan pendokumentasian obat pasien  serta  mengingatkan pasien untuk mengambil obat dengan tepat dosis dan waktu yang dikeluarkan smart pill box. Metoda penelitian ini menggunakan literature review dilakukan untuk mengetahui dan memahami rancangan smart pill box  di rumah sakit  dengan menelaah sepuluh jurnal internasional.  Hasil yang diperolah dari sepuluh literatur yang ditelaah ada 100 pasien pada tahun 2015 yang diteliti oleh Ameta et al menyatakan smart pill box sangat membantu dengan menggunakan mengirimkan email dan penelitian ini dikembangkan kembali oleh Aldeer et al pada tahun 2018 sebanyak 20  pasien menyatakan smart pill box akurat 92% sampai dengan 100% menyatakan memiliki fungsi pengingat kepada pasien untuk meminum pil dengan tepat waktu selama perawatan di ruang rawat inap, mengurangi keterlambatan dan keselahan perawat dalam pemberian obat, dan membantu pasien dalam pesanan obat kepada farmasi rumah sakit ketika obat-obatan akan habis dengan mengintegrasikan prinsip jam alarm, metode penginderaan berbasis cahaya yang dilengkapi dengan modul aplikasi dan  Internet of Think / IoT.



Keywords


Medication Adherence; Design; Smart Pill Box

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