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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Hasna Ibadurrahmi; Silvia Veronica; Nunuk Nugrohowati;
    Publisher: Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta

    Scabies is a skin disease caused by mite infestation and sensitization Sarcoptes scabiei variety hominis. Every student who live in dormitories boarding school has the same opportunities for the occurrence of scabies. Students and environmental characteristics of the rooms thought to contribute to the incidence of scabies. Tis study aims to determine what factors most influence on the incidence of scabies disease at boarding Qotrun Nada Cipayung Depok academic year 2015/2016. Tis research was observational analytic with cross sectional design. The subjects were 258 students of MTs and MA Boarding school of Qotrun Nada academic year 2015/2016. Data analysis was based on the incidence of disease scabies using Chi-square test (p < 0,05) and followed by multivariate logistic regression. Chi-Square test results showed that there was influence among knowledge, attitudes, student behavior, density of occupant, humidity, lighting, temperature, and room ventilation students with the incidence of scabies disease at boarding Qotrun Nada Cipayung, Depok. Results of multivariate logistic regression analysis showed the most influences characteristics were student attitude and density of occupant.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Isniani Ramadhani; Sekar Prabarini;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Withdrawal life-support is mainly categorized as part of euthanasia. When viewed from the aspect of criminal law in force in Indonesia, Indonesia does not permit active euthanasia by anyone (including doctors and medics). If the doctor ends the patient’s life by euthanasia is considered to violate criminal law. The study aimed to find out about life-support for patients with brainstem death in the hospital and to find out about the juridical implications of withdrawal life-support in cases of brain stem death. Based on the data discovered to be recorded, some conclusions that life support for brain stem death patients in the hospital is not needed because the element is futile. The juridical implications of withdrawal life-support in brain stem death patients in hospitals can be exempted from lawsuits if the doctor has implemented duties by medical ethics and acting in a medical professional manner, especially article 344 of The Criminal Code.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Dhito Dwi Pramardika; Jelita Sisika Herlina Hinonaung; Grace Angel Wuaten; Astri Juwita Mahihody;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    The Indonesian government enforces a COVID-19 vaccination policy for all, but the achievement rate for the COVID-19 vaccination in Sangihe Islands Regency at the first dose is only 1.05%, while the achievement at the second dose to date is only 0.47%. With this in mind, the vaccination policy has not been in line with community participation. The purpose of this study was to find out what kind of health information is needed to increase the covid-19 vaccination rate. The method used in this research is a descriptive study with a purposive sampling technique which was held from 7 January to 8 February 2021 with a total sample of 85 respondents who are health workers in the Sangihe Islands Regency. The data analysis used is descriptive analysis with frequency distribution. The results in this study were 15.3% stated that they were not willing to vaccinate COVID-19 because 39% of COVID-19 survivors, 38% had comorbidities, 15% were unsure of safety and 8% feared side effects. The conclusion of this study is to increase health information regarding vaccines for COVID-19 survivors, information about comorbidities such as what is appropriate for COVID-19 vaccination, safety, and side effects resulting from the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kusdarmadji Kusdarmadji; Firman Pribadi; Iman Permana;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Hospitals are efficient if they can use all available resources to produce something without leaving unwanted things. The purpose of the study was to determine the application of lean management in reducing waste in the Hemodialysis Installation of Qolbu Insan Mulia Hospital (QIM) Batang. This study uses a qualitative method with an Action Research research design whose results are presented narratively. The findings of this study indicate that there are three highest wastes, namely: waiting for waste (26%), motion waste (18%), and Defect waste (16%). There is a problem with waste waiting caused by a lack of human resources, in this case, the number of nurses, motion waste is caused by the movement of nurses who are too frequent in order to carry out inspections of patients undergoing HD and the large number of movements caused by inspections still using the manual method, and a waste defect found that HD failure was caused by anemia. Furthermore, there are efforts to reduce waste waiting, waste motion, and waste defect in the Hemodialysis Installation of Qim Hospital, Qolbu Insan Mulia Hospital (QIM).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    M. Syaoqi; Andri Andri; Citra Kiki Krevani; Muhammad Syukri;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    More than 500,000 new patients were diagnosed with heart failure each year in all developing countries. Previous studies had shown that longer hospitalizations for patients with acute heart failure are associated with worse outcome. We analyzed factors that influence length of stay in our centre. We used a retrospective and descriptive analysis of acute heart failure patients at RSUP DR. M. Djamil from January to March 2018. We collected patient data from medical records including baseline characteristics, laboratory and echocardiographic results. We used statistical analysis to find the average length of stay (LOS) and possible causes of longer hospitalization. Among 30 patients had been collected, mean LOS was 6.23 days. Mean for age, BMI, and LVEF were 59.87 years, 23.55 kg/m2, and 36.93%, respectively. Patients those had LOS > 6 days may had relationship with initial degree edema pretibial (p=0.025) and systolic BP below 120 mmHg (p=0.018), but no significant with rales (p=0.543) and pulmonary infection (p=0.709). Length of stay associated with the degree of pretibial pitting edema and systolic blood pressure at admission.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Theopilus Watuguly; Anik Uniarti; Maria Nindatu;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Penderita hiperkolesterolemia umumnya mengkonsumsi obat-obat konvensional dengan menggunakan obat hipolipidemik untuk menurunkan kadar kolesterol. Namun jenis obat seperti ini juga memiliki efek samping. Selain mengkonsumsi obat hipolipidemik, peningkatan kadar kolesterol dapat ditekan dengan pengaturan pola diet dengan mengontrol asupan zat gizi secara seimbang sesuai kebutuhan. Ekstrak kulit buah naga merah (Hylocereus polyrhizus) yang diaplikasikan pada nata de coco diyakini dapat menurunkan kadar kolesterol karena keduanya mengandung serat yang dapat dimanfaatkan untuk keperluan diet, dan memperbaiki proses pencernaan. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui aplikasi dan menentukan dosis ekstrak kulit buah naga merah (Hylocereus polyrhizus) pada nata de coco dalam menurunkan kadar kolesterol total, LDL dan meningkatkan HDL pada mencit (Mus musculus). Jenis penelitian yang digunakan adalah penelitian eksperimental dengan menggunakan desain penelitian Pre-Post Test Only Control Group Design yang menggunakan hewan coba mencit sebanyak 18 ekor dengan pemberians dosis yang berbeda yaitu dosis 1:1 dan dosis 1:2. Uji statistik ANOVA pada hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa perlakuan yang efektif dalam menurunkan kadar kolesterol total, LDL, dan meningkatkan HDL adalah perlakuan ekstrak kulit buah naga merah (Hylocereus polyrhizus) pada nata de coco dengan dosis 1:2. Dengan demikian dapat disimpulkan bahwa semakin tinggi dosis yang diberikan untuk hewan coba mencit maka menunjukan penurunan kadar kolesterol secara signifikan.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Farsida Farsida; Ayu Farah Syifa; Azka Zifa Tanama Zifa Tanama;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Tuberculosis (TB) is the most common cause of death in children. Prevention of TB through Bacille Calmette–Guérin (BCG) vaccination is an action to produce immunity against TB disease. After vaccination, a scar forms from the boil, which indicates a successful vaccination. This study aims to determine the factors associated with BCG Scar in pediatric TB patients. A cross-sectional design was conducted at the Pisangan and East Ciputat Community Health Centers in January-September 2020. Data collection using medical records and telephone interviews on 35 samples was taken using the probability sampling technique, simple random sampling. With inclusion criteria for pediatric TB patients (0-18 years) and exclusion criteria that do not include telephone numbers and addresses. Bivariate analysis was used with the chi-square test. The results showed a significant relationship between contact history and BCG scars in pediatric TB patients. Age, gender, nutritional status, exclusive breastfeeding, immunization, mother's education, parent's occupation, family income, and smoking history were not significantly related to BCG scar. Contact history related to BCG scar. Parents should pay more attention to and protect their children from the people around them to cut off the possibility of contact with TB sufferers even though the child has been vaccinated. 

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Ratna Indriawati; Muhammad Rivai Aziz;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    The elderly with nutritional disorders requires healing complications in their disease. Nutrient intake for the elderly with illness is needed for the healing process and to prevent further complications. One of the biggest factors of mortality in old age is non-communicable diseases, namely cardiovascular disease. This study aims to determine the relationship between the Simple Nutritional Screening Tool (SNST) in nutritional assessment and risk factors for cardiovascular disease in the elderly. This study used a cross-sectional method which was conducted for three months with a total of 51 respondents. Primary data collection was done by an interview with a questionnaire guide. Anthropometric and biochemical data from medical records. The results showed that SNST data showed that 92.20% were not at risk of malnutrition, and 7.80% were at risk of malnutrition. Chi-Square test between body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, LDL, HDL, blood sugar, smoking behavior, food intake, diet, and eating frequency as cardiovascular risk factors with SNST was not significant (p>0.05). The research concludes that there is no relationship between SNST and body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, LDL, HDL, blood sugar, smoking behavior, food intake, eating patterns, and eating frequency as cardiovascular risk factors in the elderly.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Yuliati Yuliati;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Turmeric is a spice plants that acts as an antibacterial, because it contains a variety of compounds including curcumin and essential oil. Essential oils can be used as an antibacterial because it contains hydroxyl and carbonyl functional group which is phenols derivative. Te phenol derivatives will interact with the bacterial cell wall, then absorbed and penetrated into the bacterial cell, causing precipitation and denaturation of proteins, the result will lyse the bacterial cell membrane, while the antibacterial activity of curcuminis by inhibiting bacterial cell proliferation. Turmeric has launched a pharmacological effect, lowering the fat content, asthma , hepatitis , anti- gall , anti- inflammatory , anti- diarrhea , and act as anti-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory. Turmeric has antibacterial properties of curcumin and essential oil that is capable of inhibiting the growth of bacteria that causes diarrhea and Shigelladysenteriae Bacillus sp. Tis study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of turmeric extract on the growth of Bacillus sp and Shigella dysenteriae, with various concentrations of 15%, 30%, 50%, 75%, and 100% by the well diffusion method. Based on theinhibition zone measurement of bacteria Bacillus sp and Shigella dysenteriaethe results were weak category, for the bacteria Bacillus sp with a concentration of 15 % , 30 % , 50 % , 75 % , and 100 % with a diameter of 11 ; 12.3 ; 13 , 3 ; 13.7 ; 14.7 mm, while for the bacteria Shigella dysenteriae with the same concentration has a diameter of 10.3 ; 11.7 ; 12.3 ; 13.3 , and 14.7 mm. Te conclusion of the study is that the antibacterial activity of turmeric extract is more effective against the bacteria Bacillus spthan against bacteria Shigella dysenteriae, although the difference was not signifcant.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Syafruddin Arl; Ruswhandi Martamala;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) as a disease of inflammation of chronic intestinal. The extraintestinal manifestation is predominantly in the form Pericholangitis, chronic cholitis or primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), which usually appear after a few years later from the pop-up cases of IBD with the incidence rate of 5%. Want to know the incidence rate of IBD and PSC in patients were undergoing colonoscopy at RSPAD GS since of March 1, 2016 until February 28, 2017. All patients were undergoing colonoscopy for one year included as a subject of research. Subjects sorted and selected on the findings of the colonoscopy as IBD and non-IBD. Data Cholitis chronic (KHK) is based on the findings of aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and total bilirubin elevated serum and serum albumin divided into groups of KHK-IBD or PSC, KHK-non-IBD, Non-KHK-IBD and Non- KHK-non-IBD. Correlation between the PSC and the PSC with IBD were tested statistically by Fisher, materials taken retrospective descriptive. Data PSC and IBD patients as follows: The incidence rate of IBD and PSC are 18.6% and 5.4%; Correlation PSC with extraintestinal manifestation of IBD acceptable expectation (p = 0.000); demographic data of IBD (30 patients) with male 62.4% (18 people), mean age was 50.6 years and incidence between 40 - 59 years old.

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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Hasna Ibadurrahmi; Silvia Veronica; Nunuk Nugrohowati;
    Publisher: Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta

    Scabies is a skin disease caused by mite infestation and sensitization Sarcoptes scabiei variety hominis. Every student who live in dormitories boarding school has the same opportunities for the occurrence of scabies. Students and environmental characteristics of the rooms thought to contribute to the incidence of scabies. Tis study aims to determine what factors most influence on the incidence of scabies disease at boarding Qotrun Nada Cipayung Depok academic year 2015/2016. Tis research was observational analytic with cross sectional design. The subjects were 258 students of MTs and MA Boarding school of Qotrun Nada academic year 2015/2016. Data analysis was based on the incidence of disease scabies using Chi-square test (p < 0,05) and followed by multivariate logistic regression. Chi-Square test results showed that there was influence among knowledge, attitudes, student behavior, density of occupant, humidity, lighting, temperature, and room ventilation students with the incidence of scabies disease at boarding Qotrun Nada Cipayung, Depok. Results of multivariate logistic regression analysis showed the most influences characteristics were student attitude and density of occupant.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Isniani Ramadhani; Sekar Prabarini;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Withdrawal life-support is mainly categorized as part of euthanasia. When viewed from the aspect of criminal law in force in Indonesia, Indonesia does not permit active euthanasia by anyone (including doctors and medics). If the doctor ends the patient’s life by euthanasia is considered to violate criminal law. The study aimed to find out about life-support for patients with brainstem death in the hospital and to find out about the juridical implications of withdrawal life-support in cases of brain stem death. Based on the data discovered to be recorded, some conclusions that life support for brain stem death patients in the hospital is not needed because the element is futile. The juridical implications of withdrawal life-support in brain stem death patients in hospitals can be exempted from lawsuits if the doctor has implemented duties by medical ethics and acting in a medical professional manner, especially article 344 of The Criminal Code.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Dhito Dwi Pramardika; Jelita Sisika Herlina Hinonaung; Grace Angel Wuaten; Astri Juwita Mahihody;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    The Indonesian government enforces a COVID-19 vaccination policy for all, but the achievement rate for the COVID-19 vaccination in Sangihe Islands Regency at the first dose is only 1.05%, while the achievement at the second dose to date is only 0.47%. With this in mind, the vaccination policy has not been in line with community participation. The purpose of this study was to find out what kind of health information is needed to increase the covid-19 vaccination rate. The method used in this research is a descriptive study with a purposive sampling technique which was held from 7 January to 8 February 2021 with a total sample of 85 respondents who are health workers in the Sangihe Islands Regency. The data analysis used is descriptive analysis with frequency distribution. The results in this study were 15.3% stated that they were not willing to vaccinate COVID-19 because 39% of COVID-19 survivors, 38% had comorbidities, 15% were unsure of safety and 8% feared side effects. The conclusion of this study is to increase health information regarding vaccines for COVID-19 survivors, information about comorbidities such as what is appropriate for COVID-19 vaccination, safety, and side effects resulting from the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kusdarmadji Kusdarmadji; Firman Pribadi; Iman Permana;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Hospitals are efficient if they can use all available resources to produce something without leaving unwanted things. The purpose of the study was to determine the application of lean management in reducing waste in the Hemodialysis Installation of Qolbu Insan Mulia Hospital (QIM) Batang. This study uses a qualitative method with an Action Research research design whose results are presented narratively. The findings of this study indicate that there are three highest wastes, namely: waiting for waste (26%), motion waste (18%), and Defect waste (16%). There is a problem with waste waiting caused by a lack of human resources, in this case, the number of nurses, motion waste is caused by the movement of nurses who are too frequent in order to carry out inspections of patients undergoing HD and the large number of movements caused by inspections still using the manual method, and a waste defect found that HD failure was caused by anemia. Furthermore, there are efforts to reduce waste waiting, waste motion, and waste defect in the Hemodialysis Installation of Qim Hospital, Qolbu Insan Mulia Hospital (QIM).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    M. Syaoqi; Andri Andri; Citra Kiki Krevani; Muhammad Syukri;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    More than 500,000 new patients were diagnosed with heart failure each year in all developing countries. Previous studies had shown that longer hospitalizations for patients with acute heart failure are associated with worse outcome. We analyzed factors that influence length of stay in our centre. We used a retrospective and descriptive analysis of acute heart failure patients at RSUP DR. M. Djamil from January to March 2018. We collected patient data from medical records including baseline characteristics, laboratory and echocardiographic results. We used statistical analysis to find the average length of stay (LOS) and possible causes of longer hospitalization. Among 30 patients had been collected, mean LOS was 6.23 days. Mean for age, BMI, and LVEF were 59.87 years, 23.55 kg/m2, and 36.93%, respectively. Patients those had LOS > 6 days may had relationship with initial degree edema pretibial (p=0.025) and systolic BP below 120 mmHg (p=0.018), but no significant with rales (p=0.543) and pulmonary infection (p=0.709). Length of stay associated with the degree of pretibial pitting edema and systolic blood pressure at admission.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Theopilus Watuguly; Anik Uniarti; Maria Nindatu;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Penderita hiperkolesterolemia umumnya mengkonsumsi obat-obat konvensional dengan menggunakan obat hipolipidemik untuk menurunkan kadar kolesterol. Namun jenis obat seperti ini juga memiliki efek samping. Selain mengkonsumsi obat hipolipidemik, peningkatan kadar kolesterol dapat ditekan dengan pengaturan pola diet dengan mengontrol asupan zat gizi secara seimbang sesuai kebutuhan. Ekstrak kulit buah naga merah (Hylocereus polyrhizus) yang diaplikasikan pada nata de coco diyakini dapat menurunkan kadar kolesterol karena keduanya mengandung serat yang dapat dimanfaatkan untuk keperluan diet, dan memperbaiki proses pencernaan. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui aplikasi dan menentukan dosis ekstrak kulit buah naga merah (Hylocereus polyrhizus) pada nata de coco dalam menurunkan kadar kolesterol total, LDL dan meningkatkan HDL pada mencit (Mus musculus). Jenis penelitian yang digunakan adalah penelitian eksperimental dengan menggunakan desain penelitian Pre-Post Test Only Control Group Design yang menggunakan hewan coba mencit sebanyak 18 ekor dengan pemberians dosis yang berbeda yaitu dosis 1:1 dan dosis 1:2. Uji statistik ANOVA pada hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa perlakuan yang efektif dalam menurunkan kadar kolesterol total, LDL, dan meningkatkan HDL adalah perlakuan ekstrak kulit buah naga merah (Hylocereus polyrhizus) pada nata de coco dengan dosis 1:2. Dengan demikian dapat disimpulkan bahwa semakin tinggi dosis yang diberikan untuk hewan coba mencit maka menunjukan penurunan kadar kolesterol secara signifikan.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Farsida Farsida; Ayu Farah Syifa; Azka Zifa Tanama Zifa Tanama;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Tuberculosis (TB) is the most common cause of death in children. Prevention of TB through Bacille Calmette–Guérin (BCG) vaccination is an action to produce immunity against TB disease. After vaccination, a scar forms from the boil, which indicates a successful vaccination. This study aims to determine the factors associated with BCG Scar in pediatric TB patients. A cross-sectional design was conducted at the Pisangan and East Ciputat Community Health Centers in January-September 2020. Data collection using medical records and telephone interviews on 35 samples was taken using the probability sampling technique, simple random sampling. With inclusion criteria for pediatric TB patients (0-18 years) and exclusion criteria that do not include telephone numbers and addresses. Bivariate analysis was used with the chi-square test. The results showed a significant relationship between contact history and BCG scars in pediatric TB patients. Age, gender, nutritional status, exclusive breastfeeding, immunization, mother's education, parent's occupation, family income, and smoking history were not significantly related to BCG scar. Contact history related to BCG scar. Parents should pay more attention to and protect their children from the people around them to cut off the possibility of contact with TB sufferers even though the child has been vaccinated. 

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Ratna Indriawati; Muhammad Rivai Aziz;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    The elderly with nutritional disorders requires healing complications in their disease. Nutrient intake for the elderly with illness is needed for the healing process and to prevent further complications. One of the biggest factors of mortality in old age is non-communicable diseases, namely cardiovascular disease. This study aims to determine the relationship between the Simple Nutritional Screening Tool (SNST) in nutritional assessment and risk factors for cardiovascular disease in the elderly. This study used a cross-sectional method which was conducted for three months with a total of 51 respondents. Primary data collection was done by an interview with a questionnaire guide. Anthropometric and biochemical data from medical records. The results showed that SNST data showed that 92.20% were not at risk of malnutrition, and 7.80% were at risk of malnutrition. Chi-Square test between body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, LDL, HDL, blood sugar, smoking behavior, food intake, diet, and eating frequency as cardiovascular risk factors with SNST was not significant (p>0.05). The research concludes that there is no relationship between SNST and body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, LDL, HDL, blood sugar, smoking behavior, food intake, eating patterns, and eating frequency as cardiovascular risk factors in the elderly.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Yuliati Yuliati;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    Turmeric is a spice plants that acts as an antibacterial, because it contains a variety of compounds including curcumin and essential oil. Essential oils can be used as an antibacterial because it contains hydroxyl and carbonyl functional group which is phenols derivative. Te phenol derivatives will interact with the bacterial cell wall, then absorbed and penetrated into the bacterial cell, causing precipitation and denaturation of proteins, the result will lyse the bacterial cell membrane, while the antibacterial activity of curcuminis by inhibiting bacterial cell proliferation. Turmeric has launched a pharmacological effect, lowering the fat content, asthma , hepatitis , anti- gall , anti- inflammatory , anti- diarrhea , and act as anti-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory. Turmeric has antibacterial properties of curcumin and essential oil that is capable of inhibiting the growth of bacteria that causes diarrhea and Shigelladysenteriae Bacillus sp. Tis study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of turmeric extract on the growth of Bacillus sp and Shigella dysenteriae, with various concentrations of 15%, 30%, 50%, 75%, and 100% by the well diffusion method. Based on theinhibition zone measurement of bacteria Bacillus sp and Shigella dysenteriaethe results were weak category, for the bacteria Bacillus sp with a concentration of 15 % , 30 % , 50 % , 75 % , and 100 % with a diameter of 11 ; 12.3 ; 13 , 3 ; 13.7 ; 14.7 mm, while for the bacteria Shigella dysenteriae with the same concentration has a diameter of 10.3 ; 11.7 ; 12.3 ; 13.3 , and 14.7 mm. Te conclusion of the study is that the antibacterial activity of turmeric extract is more effective against the bacteria Bacillus spthan against bacteria Shigella dysenteriae, although the difference was not signifcant.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Syafruddin Arl; Ruswhandi Martamala;
    Publisher: Fakultas Kedokteran UPN Veteran Jakarta

    IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) as a disease of inflammation of chronic intestinal. The extraintestinal manifestation is predominantly in the form Pericholangitis, chronic cholitis or primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), which usually appear after a few years later from the pop-up cases of IBD with the incidence rate of 5%. Want to know the incidence rate of IBD and PSC in patients were undergoing colonoscopy at RSPAD GS since of March 1, 2016 until February 28, 2017. All patients were undergoing colonoscopy for one year included as a subject of research. Subjects sorted and selected on the findings of the colonoscopy as IBD and non-IBD. Data Cholitis chronic (KHK) is based on the findings of aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and total bilirubin elevated serum and serum albumin divided into groups of KHK-IBD or PSC, KHK-non-IBD, Non-KHK-IBD and Non- KHK-non-IBD. Correlation between the PSC and the PSC with IBD were tested statistically by Fisher, materials taken retrospective descriptive. Data PSC and IBD patients as follows: The incidence rate of IBD and PSC are 18.6% and 5.4%; Correlation PSC with extraintestinal manifestation of IBD acceptable expectation (p = 0.000); demographic data of IBD (30 patients) with male 62.4% (18 people), mean age was 50.6 years and incidence between 40 - 59 years old.

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