Proceedings of the 12th Annual Scientific Meeting, Medical Faculty, Universitas Jenderal Achmad Yani, International Symposium on "Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response during COVID 19 Pandemic" (ASMC 2021)

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The Effect of pH on the Activity of Bacteriocin from Lactobacillus acidophilus on the Growth of Salmonella typhi

Siska Telly Pratiwi, Alexander Siagian, Elizabeth Noviana Lumban Raja
Typhoid fever is one of the most serious infectious diseases in Indonesia. Antibiotic resistance is one of the problems associated with the treatment of typhoid fever. Bacteriocin is an antimicrobial substance produced by L. acidophilus. Bacteriocin has bactericidal and bacteriostatic activity. The aim...
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Temperature Optimization and Inhibition Test of Lactobacillus acidophilus Bacteriocin Against Salmonella typhi Bacteria

Siska Telly Pratiwi, Muhammad Bagas Aditya, Endah Hamidah Abbas
Typhoid fever is an infection of the digestive tract caused by Salmonella typhi bacteria. One of the Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) in the digestive tract is Lactobacillus acidophilus which has bacteriocins to protect the digestive tract. Bacteriocin is an antimicrobial protein compound that is bactericidal...
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Characteristics, Nutritional Status, and Lipid Profile of Dyslipidemia Patients with Mediterranean Diet

Dewi Ratih Handayani, Iis Inayati Rakhmat, Endry Septiadi, M. Arasy Faradina, Reza Fadhil Nugraha, Achmad Hero Prawira, Rifal Aldi Anugrah
Dyslipidemia is a lipid metabolism disorder with an imbalance of lipid fraction in plasma, including increase in total cholesterol, LDL, TGA, and decrease in HDL. Changes in lipid profile levels can be influenced by several factors, namely diet, physical activity, lifestyle, age, sex, and genetics. Poor...
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Characteristics, Nutritional Status, and Blood Sugar Levels of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus with Mediteranian Diet

Endry Septiadi, Iis Inayati Rakhmat, Dewi Ratih Handayani, Reza Fadhil Nugraha, M. Arasy Faradina, Nur Muhamad Rohman, Muhammad Akmal Rais
Type 2 diabetes mellitus (Type 2 DM) is a metabolic disease due to disorders of the pancreas in producing insulin. Poor diet can cause abnormal blood sugar levels. The Mediterranean diet is a diet that is recommended for people with type 2 DM because it contains unsaturated fatty acids (MUFA and PUFA),...
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Decrease Blood Pressure on Hypertensive Patients with Mediterranean Diet

Endry Septiadi, Andri Andrian Rusman, Achmad Hero Prawira, Rifal Aldi Anugrah, Nur Muhamad Rohman, Muhammad Akmal Rais, M. Arasy Faradina, Reza Fadhil Nugraha
Hypertension is a disease with an increasing number of sufferers every year. To control and lower blood pressure in hypertensive patients, pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapies are needed. Non-pharmacological hypertension therapy can be done by modifying the diet, one of which has been recommended...
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The Comparison of Ethanol Extract Breadfruit Leaf and Glibenclamide Towards the Decreasing of Blood Glucose Levels in Rats with Diabetes Mellitus Induced by Alloxan

Iis Inayati Rakhmat, Danial Ahmad Dzulfikri, Hadi Jusuf
Diabetes mellitus is a disease that will increase in the future. There are many drugs used to treat this, but they have a bad side effect when they used for long term. Breadfruit’s leaf (Artocarpus altilis) is one of many plants that contains quercetin, a flavonoid that can be used as antidiabetic. This...
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The Effect of Strawberries (Fragraria x ananassa) on Immediate Memory

Daswara Djajasasmita, Ibnu Ananta Nugraha, Ali Taufan, Muhammad Hanif Baswedan
Flavonoids can improve memory because they can increase blood flow in the brain, increase neurotransmitter activity and in long-term administration can ward off the neuronal damage due to oxidative stress due to their antioxidant properties. Strawberries (Fragraria x ananassa) contain a wide range of...
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The Characteristics and Lipid Profile Levels in Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian Subjects – What’s the Difference?

Muhammad Hanif Baswedan, Rini Roslaeni, Budhi Suwarma
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) and stroke are two diseases that have high incidence rates, especially in Indonesia. One of the causes is the formation of atherosclerotic plaque in which can be characterized by an abnormal lipid profile. Lipid profile can be influenced by several factors, which are age,...
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The Overview of Low Birth Weight Infants with Incidence of Neonatal Jaundice in Perinatology Ward at Dustira Hospital

Yoke Ayukarningsih, Wahyudin, Siska Telly Pratiwi, Nadhilah Lailani
Low Birth Weight (LBW) is an indicator of public health. The morbidity and mortality risk of LBW is 4 times greater than non-LBW. Low birth weight (LBW) both in preterm and term gestational age infants often occurs jaundice. This study aims to determine the distribution of LBW with neonatal jaundice...
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Relationship of Obesity with Vital Lung Capacity

Medical Faculty Student of Jenderal Achmad Yani University

Apen Afgani, Ali Yasin, Priatna, Muhammad Adam Zulqarnain
Obesity is a disorder or disease that is characterized by abnormal accumulation of fat or excessive in adipose tissue which can interfere their health. In people with obesity, there are fat deposits in the thoracic cavity and stomach decrease of causing process respiratory disorder, therefore it tends...
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Correlation Between Obesity and the Depth of Lumbar Lordosis in Obesity-Typed Women in Internal Medicine Clinic Dustira Military Hospital Cimahi

Wendra, Laila Azra Pratesya, Dian Mardianti
Obesity is one of the health problems in Indonesia. According to Indonesia’s Research Data Institute in 2013, the prevalence of obesity in Indonesia is greater in women and the age group of 50–54 years old. Obesity is one of the risk factors of various diseases, one of them is lumbar lordosis because...
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The Impact of Humorous Video in Short Term Memory

Student of Faculty of Medicine, Jenderal Achmad Yani University

Daswara Djajasasmita, Dessi Suri Astutie, Andri Anugerah Kusuma, Fahmi Nur Hidayatullah
Humans cannot be separated from the process of remembering. The process of remembering is closely related to memory, one of which is short-term memory. A new student at the Faculty of Medicine is required to be able to manage information well. Some ways can be used to help someone improve their short-term...
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Effect of Sweet Orange and Pomegranate Peel Extract Combination on in Vivo Antidiabetic and Wound Healing Activity

Evi Sovia, Rini Sundari Harjono, R. J. Nurjatin, Wisna Dirgahasari Asmara, Aktiva Syifaaur Rohmah
Diabetes mellitus is a disease characterized by increased blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia). Diabetic wound healing is slower than healthy individuals. Both sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) and pomegranate (Punica granatum) peel have an antihyperglycemic effect. This study investigated the effect of...
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Emerging Pharmacotherapies for COVID-19

Drugs Repurposing and Rationality

Evi Sovia
The pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which is caused by the novel severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), current an unparalleled challenge in terms of identifying successful prevention and treatment medications. Clinicians need reliable evidence due to the rapid...
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The Influence of Cissus quadrangula Salisb Extract to Bone Length and the Number of Osteoblast in Femur of DDY Mice

Hendri Priyadi, Fransiska Ambarukmi Pontjosudargo, Irmadella, Alif Pascal
Cissus quadrangula Salibs have been proven to have an influence on the growth of bone and the healing process in fractures and prevent osteoporosis. Cissus quadrangula Salibs has been widely used as traditional medicine and has proven to increase osteoblast activity, and could accelerate the recovery...
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Flavonoid-Rutin Effect to Blood Glucose Level and Pancreas Regeneration in Diabetic Rats

Iis Inayati Rakhmat, Euis Reni Yuslianti, Teja Koswara
Diabetes mellitus is chronic metabolic disorder characterized by hyperglycemic state triggers by the formation of cells free radical. Rutin as a flavonoid or secondary antioxidant can increase insulin secretion and stimulate pancreatic progenitor cells. This study aims to analyze the effect of flavonoid-rutin...
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Effect of Ethanol Extract of Robusta Coffee (Coffea canephora) on the Function of the Liver and Kidney of Wistar Rat

Dewi Ratih Handayani, Aditya Gilang Nur Pratama, I Wayan Agus Putra
Phytochemical tests of coffee show that coffee contains antioxidant compounds, which play a role in the healing process of disease. However, it is necessary to know the safe dosage of coffee extract used in treating diseases including its effect on important organs such as the liver and kidneys. The...
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Comparison of the Influence of Trypsin on the Number of Colonies Lactobacillus spp. on the Soy Milk and Cow’s Milk Medium

Eka Noneng Nawangsih, Ana Mariana, Teja Koswara
Soy milk has high carbohydrate levels, so soy milk can be used as an alternative medium for the growth of Lactobacillus spp. In addition, in vivo, to be able to play an optimal role, Lactobacillus spp. must be able to survive the influence of enzymes in the digestive tract, including the trypsin enzyme....
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The Growth Curve and Total Colonies Number of Lactobacillus spp on the Pink Guava (Psidium guajava Linnaeus) Juice Medium

Eka Noneng Nawangsih, Putri Heryani Kusnawan, Maman Djamaludin
Probiotics are bacteria that are beneficial to human health. Probiotic drinks from cow milk medium use carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals for its fermentation process. Pink guava fruit has a higher content of fructose, glucose, sucrose, vitamins (B1-B3) and phosphorus and is non-cholesterol than cow...
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Suitability of Head Examination Image with CT Scan and Electrical Capacitance Volume Tomography (ECVT) in Normal Patients

Hindun Saadah, Ilma Fiddianti, Omat Rahmat H.
CT scan (Computerized Tomography) is a diagnostic tool using radiographic techniques with absorption of x-rays. The results of the picture are in the form of hypodensity or hyper density. CT scan is one of the gold standards supporting examination tools for diagnosing stroke in the presence of hypodense...
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Analysis of Antibacterial and Antioxidant Activities of a Single Bulb of Garlic Fermented into Black Garlic

Lia Siti Halimah, Eka Noneng Nawangsih, Khomaini Hasan
A single bulb of black garlic is the result of a single bulb of garlic fermentation which produces black colour as a result of the fermentation process at 80ºC for 15 days. As it is known that garlic has pharmacological properties, but the properties possessed by black garlic cannot be separated from...
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Aphalia Penis Reconstruction with Tubing Radial Forearm Free Flap:

A Case Report

Muhammad Irzal Wahab, Sitti Rizaliyana
Aphallia Penis or penile agenesis is a condition where no penis is found in a man. This is caused by the failure of the development of the genital tubercle. This disorder is very rare, with an estimated incidence of 1 in 10 million to 30 million births. Treatment for aphallia must begin as early as possible,...
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Characteristic of SGOT and SGPT Elevation in Patient with Lung Tuberculosis within OAT Therapy:

From Lung Policlinic RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung within 2016

I Wayan Agus Putra, Khairana Lonovi, Lina Damayanti, Trisnu Kamajaya
Lung Tuberculosis (TB) is still a disease-causing severe health problem globally, including Indonesia, based on morbidity yet mortality perspectives. Tuberculosis therapy having a side effect from its hepatotoxicity, causing hepatitis-caused anti-tuberculosis drugs (OAT). Many factors were to influence...
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Anesthetic Management of Postpartum Hemorrhage

Djoni Kusumah Himsani Pohan
Postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) is a leading cause of maternal morbidity and mortality in the world. It requires a higher level of standard care. Peripartum haemorrhage is bleeding that occurs during pregnancy (antepartum), at birth (intrapartum) and after birth (postpartum). Management of postpartum haemorrhage...
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The Relation Between Chest X-Ray (CXR) and RT-PCR in COVID-19 Patients Hospitalized at Dustira Hospital

Ilma Fiddiyanti, Siska Telly Pratiwi, Syifa Ainun Rahman
Corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19)-caused by infection of RNA virus from Coronaviridae family- can be manifest as mild to severe disease. Nowadays, CXR and rRT-PCR are mostly used additional examination to establish the diagnosis of COVID-19. The objective of this study is to determine relation between...
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Mechanical Ventilation Therapy on Covid-19

Arief Kurniawan
Covid 19 patient in critical condition characterized by Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) for which the mainstay of treatment is represented by mechanical ventilation, sepsis and septic shock that require immediate treatment to save his life. This Paper is a literature review of mechanical ventilation...
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The Prevalence of Complications After Spinal Anesthesia in Post-Surgical Patients

Alexander Siagian, Khansa Dea Shafira, Wendra, Pradiba Amadita
Spinal anaesthesia is a procedure that is currently being used a lot because of its benefit to relieve temporary pain sensation in patients without affecting patients’ consciousness. However, this action can cause several complications. This study used a descriptive method to determine the complications...
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Correlation of Chronic Kidney Disease with Cardiomegaly Imaging in Posteroanterior Chest X-ray

Pradiba Amadita, Priatna, Hendri Priyadi
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a health problem which prevalence is still high and one of the causes of cardiovascular complications. One of those cardiovascular complications is cardiomegaly. One way to identify cardiomegaly is by measuring the cardiothoracic ratio (CTR) in chest x-ray (CXR). The aim...
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A Correlation of OA Genu Severity and Radiological Description

Siti Endah Virajati Buana, Priatna, Yudith Yunia Kusmala
Osteoarthritis (OA) was a degenerative, chronically progressive disease of the joints. The most common medical condition among older adults was osteoarthritis. The research aimed to find the correlation between the severity of OA and the radiological description. The method of this study was an analytical...
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Comparison of Prostate Volume in Patient Diagnosed with BPH with and without Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Assessed with Transabdominal Ultrasonography

Lukmana Lokarjana, Elva Denengsih, Priatna, Laila Azra Pratesya
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is the second most common urological disorder encountered in a urology clinic in Indonesia. This disease is commonly found in men over 50 years. one of the risk factors that are thought to influence the occurrence of BPH is diabetes mellitus (DM). The purpose of this...
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The Overview of Nutritional Status of Children Between 6-24 Months with Feeding Difficulties in Working Area of North Cimahi Primary Health Center

Elly Noer Rochmah, Dini Ismayanti Permana, Sutedja, Nadhilah Lailani
Feeding difficulties in children is the lack of appetite or inability to eat and refuse certain foods. Feeding difficulties can be caused by several factors, specifically organic and non-organic factors. Feeding difficulties will be at high-risk of causing nutritional problems if not treated as they...
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Prognostic Value of Neutrophil-Lymphocyte Ratio, D-Dimer Levels, and Scoring of Lung Lesion on Chest X-Ray on Mortality of COVID-19 Patients

Which is the Best?

Yudith Yunia Kusmala, Jusron Iriawan, Fariz Albarri, Tersia Viradanti, Sunnatul Mufarrohah
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) plays an important role that increases mortality in COVID-19 patients. Several parameters have been tried to predict the patient’s condition for worsening and even death. The objective of this study was to determine the prognostic value of the neutrophil-lymphocyte...
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Collaborative Governance Response to COVID-19 Pandemic in Indonesia

Bagus Tjahjono, Agus Suryono, Riyanto, Fadillah Amin
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit and is attacking Indonesia. This pandemic is very difficult to eradicate. The Indonesian government has formed a task force for handling the COVID-19 pandemic. The duties and functions of this task force are to coordinate and lead the six main components in the collaborative...
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Community Involvements to Handle the Pandemic Spread and the Impacts of COVID-19 in Indonesia

Berton Suar Pelita Panjaitan
The COVID-19 pandemic has become worldwide problems, nevertheless it needs local countermeasures to cope with the spread and negative impacts of COVID-19. Indonesia consists of many local wisdoms that can be used to prevent the infections as well as to protect the communities from further reverse influences...
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Integrated Vector Management on Mosquito Control During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Lutfhi Nurlaela, Emma Mardliyah
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is now a major health crisis. In July 2020, there were 14 million cases and more than 600.000 deaths worldwide, creating great economic and social disruptions. Even though the pandemic...
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Cutaneous Manifestation of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Lina Damayanti
Patients with COVID-19 most commonly present with respiratory symptoms, but multiorgan involvement can occur, including skin manifestations. Dermatologic findings may include a maculopapular eruption (morbiliform rash), urticarial, vesicular rash (varicella-like), petechiae, purpura, pseudochilblains,...
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The Relation Between D-dimer Level and Chest X-Ray (CXR) Scoring in COVID-19 Patients:

What We can Learn from?

Tersia Viradanti, Yudith Yunia Kusmala
Coronavirus disease is a kind of pneumonia cause by infection of SARS-CoV-2. In most cases, patients only get mild manifestation or even asymptomatic. Some patient can get severe disease, especially elderly people or someone with comorbid, leading to cytokines storm that triggers SIRS and induce coagulation...
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Optimizing ENT Patients Management Guidelines During COVID-19 Pandemic

Asti Kristianti
An ENT specialist have a higher risk transmission of contracting COVID-19 due to procedures in the nasal cavity, nasopharynx, oral cavity, and oropharynx. This risk of transmission does not only affect the ENT specialist caring for the patient, but all staff in the room has potential for infection. Clinical...
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The Role of Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) in Disaster Management

Tugas Ratmono
Natural and non natural disasters that occurred in many areas in our country nowadays the intensity have dramatically increased both quantity and quality. Loss of life, property and infrastructure damage are avoidable if the natural disasters such as earthquakes tsunami and volcanic Merapi happens. Since...
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Code Blue Implementation in Pandemic COVID-19

Nizamuddin Ubaidillah
Pandemic COVID-19 has a bruthless strength which highly emphasize of all dimension in human life. It made a high turnover in all approach to achieve a better way to minimize the catastrophe. In emergency response the approach for cardiopulmonary arrest are highly debate for ethics and better prognosis...
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Survival Analysis of Covid 19 Patients from Two Hospitals in Cimahi, Indonesia

Desy Linasari
The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak is still evolving globally and remains a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). This study was conducted to find out the survival probability of patients suffering from covid after the patients were hospitalized for one month in Dustira hospital...
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Risk Factors for the Prevalence of Stunting in Young Children and Its Prevention

Desy Linasari
Nearly 9 millions of Indonesian children suffer from stunting, and Indonesia is ranked the 5th in the world for the highest number of short children. Indonesia has made some progress towards achieving the target for stunting, but 30.8% of children under 5 years of age are still affected, which is higher...
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Characteristics and Degree of Dyspnea that Happened in COPD Patients Using Modified Medical Research Council (mMRC) Method at Dustira Cimahi Hospital

I Wayan Agus Putra, Novita Kumala, Irwanto Ichlas, Raynisa Budhy Pratiwi
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is characterized by persistent airflow resistance. The degree of breathlessness in each patient can be measured by Modified Medical Research Council (mMRC) questionnaire. This study was descriptive by interviewing COPD patients. This study has been done on 45 patients...
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Characteristic Description of Hospitalized Bipolar Affective Disorder Patients

Muhammad Adam Zulqarnain, Lukas Kabul Budianto, Chatidjah Satrijo Wibowo
Bipolar disorder was a severe mental disorder that had a quite high prevalence of around 1-2%, with multifactorial etiology. Most patients had a chronic symptom of bipolar disorder. The chronicity of symptoms caused comorbidities that could eventually cause malfunction and death. This study aimed to...
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Quality of Life Level Description of Elderly Patients with Hypertension Using Instruments WHOQOL-BREF

Ciereng Hospital, Subang

Jusron Iriawan, Ghaisani Nur Shabrina, Ali Taufan, Muhammad Adam Zulqarnain
Aging or elderly were the most growing population group and continued to increase as a proportion of the world population. Elderly were the most susceptible age group to physical complaints, either due to physiological factors or disease. Most diseases experienced by the elderly were hypertension. According...
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Description and Histopathology Type of Pigmentosus Nevus in Dustira Hospital and Cibabat Hospital Cimahi

Aditya Yudha Pratama, Pisi Lukitto, Lina Damayanti
Pigmentosus Nevus is benign skin tumor which is the most common disease that has been found in many clinics. It comes from nevus cells that can produce melanin. Some types of nevus, such as junctional and compound nevus, can cause malignant melanoma which is a life-threatening skin cancer. Some risk...
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The Relationship Between Low Fiber Consumption and the Incidence of Haemorrhoids Patients

Lukmana Lokarjana, Trianda Kanseria, Rini Roslaeni, Aditya Yudha Pratama
One of risk factors for the occurrence of hemorrhoids is a low fiber consumption habit. Hemorrhoids are widening and inflammation of the veins in the anal area that originate from the hemorrhoidal plexus. This study aims to determine the relationship between low fiber consumption and the incidence of...
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Description of Recovery Time in ASA I and ASA II General Anesthesia Patients

Djoni Kusumah Himsani Pohan, Giffari Akbar, Elly Noer Rochmah, Rizki Bunawan
Patients who use fast acting general anaesthetic agents generally must be able to recovery in 30 until 60 after general anaesthetic action and surgery. Delayed recovery from general anaesthesia caused by many factors. Delayed emergence from anaesthesia remains a major cause of concern both for anaesthesiologist...
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Neonatal Mortality Rate and Causes of Death in Sukabumi District, West Java Province

Elly Noer Rochmah, Maria Ulfah, Wahyu Harihardjaja, Laila Azra Pratesya
United Nations member agreed on a new framework, namely the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), one of the SDG’s goal is to reduce neonatal deaths to 12 deaths per 1,000 births. The most common causes of neonatal deaths according to WHO are prematurity, asphyxia, and infection. Neonatal mortality rate...
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The Effect of Fat Composition to Liver Enzymes, Cholesterol, Triglyceride and Liver MDA Levels in Wistar Strain Rats Which is Induced by High Fat Diet

Fransiska Ambarukmi Pontjosudargo, Hendri Priyadi, Evi Sovia, Lia Siti Halima, Endry Septiadi
Research to assess liver damage has been widely studied, but intervention models of liver damage still use hepatotoxic substances. The important thing in research on Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, is that it is difficult to compare the results of the studies, because the variety of studies is very...
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The Relationship Between Knowledge and Clean Behavior and Healthy Lifestyle on the Incidence of Scabies at Boarding School Students

Lina Damayanti, Meiliza Zailani, Alex Siagian, Aditya Yudha Pratama
Scabies is a contagious skin infection caused by infestation and sensitization of female mites Sarcoptes scabiei varieta hominis and its products. Scabies is also known as The Itch, Sky-Bees, Scabies, and Itchy Agogo. The prevalence of scabies in developing countries, including Indonesia is 4.6% - 12.95%...
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Clinical Manifestation and Anatomical Location of Endometriosis Based on the Diagnostic Laparoscopic Result

From Obstetric and Gynecology Policlinic RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung within 2016–2018

Undang Gani Suriatmaja, Giofani Magdalena, Welly Ratwita, Trisnu Kamajaya
Endometriosis is one of common gynecologic disease that mostly founded in reproductive age. The Presence of abnormal endometrial tissues, decreasing quality of life to patients due to pain like dysmenorrhea. The diagnosed can be found based on clinical appearance by laparoscopic method as the gold standard...
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The Relationship Between Obesity and a Decrease in the Range of Motion of the Pelvic Joint

Faculty of Medicine, Jenderal Achmad Yani University

Indarti Tri Murtini, Apen Apgani, Disya Fariha Dimyati, Fahmi Nur Hidayatullah
Obesity is a health problem in Indonesia. Data shown by Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) in 2013 described the prevalence of obesity in Indonesia as increasing annually. Obesity becomes a risk factor for many diseases, the example of it is a musculoskeletal disorder in the cause of mobility disorder....
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The Correlation Between Expectation with Motivation of Adolescents to Improve Knowledge About Promiscuity and Sexual Health

Fransiska Ambarukmi Pontjosudargo
Adolescence is a transition period from childhood to adulthood, during which time individuals undergo changes both physically and psychologically, including the development and maturation of organs and functions of the reproductive system. Knowledge of reproductive health is important for adolescents,...
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Entomological Index and Vector Distribution of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) Based on Container Characteristics in Kelurahan Cipageran Cimahi

Emma Mardliyah Hidayat, Syifa Shafira Maulida Rahma, Desy Linasari, Lutfhi Nulaela
Dengue hemorrhagic fever is an infectious disease infected through the bites of Aedes sp.mosquito. The pattern of DHF incidence fluctuates every year, which is influenced by environmental factors which cover the breeding place of Aedes aegypti Mosquito. One measure taken in controlling the Aedes aegypti...
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What’s Beyond Self Efficacy of Emergency Skills Among Medical Students?

Sylvia Mustika Sari, Daswara Djajasasmita, Andri Anugerah, Saviera Edison
Self-efficacy is the main driving force for shaping the character of self-directed learning in medical education that also need in performing clinical skills. The Medical Faculty of Unjani has a local content in medical emergency which is achieved in the undergraduate and the clinical stage. This study...
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Hypertension with Left Ventricular Hypertrophy

Does It Induce Atrial Fibrillation?

Prihati Pujowaskito, Nia Melinda Pardede, Evi Sovia, Pradiba Amadita
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is an abnormal cardiac rhythm with rapid and irregular electrical activity. Atrial fibrillation can be caused by anatomical and/or non-anatomical abnormalities of the cardiac. One of the non-anatomical causes of atrial fibrillation is hypertension. Prolonged and uncontrolled...
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Elevated Cardiac Marker Enzymes with the Incidence of Complications in ACS Patients:

Is it Related?

Prihati Pujowaskito, Muhammad Aldiast Alhadiyanto, Wida Vianita Aziz, Muhammad Hanif Baswedan
Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is a condition that describes the condition of the heart muscle infarction so that the heart is damaged. Ongoing damage to the heart muscle may result in a new condition known as a complication. Based on this condition, the aim of this study was to determine the relationship...
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Coherence Between Degree of Hypertension and Incidence of Acute Coronary Syndrome in Cardiac Departement of Dustira Cimahi Hospital

Yusron Iriawan, Nanda Maulana, Yanti Nurrokhmawati, Danial Ahmad Dzulfikri
Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is a syndrome consist of several coronary disease such as unstable angina pectoris (UAP), non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI), and ST- elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). ACS risk factors are devided into two main categories, the conventional risk factors...
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The Overview of Members of Student Mountaineering Club Knowledge Level of Hypothermia First Aid

Djoni Kusumah, Alfian Ramadhan, Ania Kurniawati, Danial Ahmad Dzulfikri
Hypothermia is a common condition in the mountain and is very dangerous problem due to an unnatural decrease in body temperature caused by long and humid exposure to cold temperatures. Lack of climbing knowledge causes climbers not to be able to perform proper assistance hence it can be risky for a climber....
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Quality of Life Comparison in STEMI Patients with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) and Non-PCI in Dustira Hospital

Prihati Pujowaskito, Dinda Dwi Lazuardi Emha, Ilma Fiddiyanti, Rizki Bunawan
ST Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) is one of the types Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) that often causes sudden death and one of the medical emergency cases that requires immediate reperfusion treatment. Reperfusion treatment are Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) or non–PCI (pharmacological...
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General Practitioner’s Level of Survey on Trauma Cases in Dustira Level II Hospital

Andri Anugerah Kusuma, Rizki Bunawan, Alexander Siagian
The high incidence of trauma caused by traffic accidents and other causes resulting in the high mortality of trauma. A general practitioner (GP)’s primary survey knowledge and management could minimalized the risk of the death. RS Tingkat II Dustira has an emergency department so the GPs ought to have...
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Correlation of Left Ventricular Mass Index on Echocardiography with Thorax Photo in Hypertensive Patients

Prihati Pujowaskito, Dinda Dwi Lazuardi Emha, Ilma Fiddiyanti, Fahmi Nur Hidayatullah
Hypertension is a condition that occurs in someone who has systolic blood pressure ≥140 mmHg and or diastolic blood pressure ≥90 mmHg on repeated examination. If hypertension is left and untreated, it will be lead to damage the organs such as left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH). Changes that occur in...
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Influence on the NIHL of Miners with Age, Sex, and Work Period

Yanti Nurrokhmawati, Leni Herlina, Irwanto Ichlas, Siti Endah Virajati Buana
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) was a serious problem caused by the extremely loud sound in the working place. According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), 22 billion workers in the United States are exposed to NIHL because they are exposed to loud noise at work. This study...
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The Correlation Between Perceptions of Training Benefits with the Level of Confidence of Unjani Campus Residents in Applying Knowledge and Skills About Disaster Mitigation

Fransiska Ambarukmi Pontjosudargo
The disaster mitigation socialization and training program for the Unjani campus residents aims to improve the knowledge, and skills, so they understand how to behave in saving themselves, friends, and communities around in the event of a disaster. The knowledge and skills regarding disaster mitigation...
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Emotion Disorder Screening in a Confirmed-Positive Case in Covid-19 Patient Undergoing Self-Isolation

Sri Quintina Indriyana
It has been almost one year since Indonesia reported the first case of COVID-19 on 2nd of March 2020 followed with its fast spreading throughout Indonesia. This period of COVID-19 pandemic has become a high stressor and impacted physically and psychologically for every individual, in particular for the...