The proceedings of the 2nd Bakti Tunas Husada-Health Science International Conference (BTH-HSIC 2019)
Relationship Between Levels of Fasting Blood Glucose and HbA1C in Prediabetes Patients
Ria Amelia, Danny Luhulima
Prediabetes is a condition blood glucose levels are higher than normal but lower than diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. Parameters prediabetes according to the American Diabetes Association 2017, blood glucose levels ≥100 - <126 mg/dL in impaired fasting glucose, ≥ 12 mg/dL in impaired glucose tolerance...
Influence of the Growth of Candida albicans on Several Alternative Medium
Khusnul, Gita Nafisa, Rudy Hidana, Dewi Pety Virgianti
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of some medium on tubers of decoction water on the growth of C. albicans and find out the type of medium of tubers boiling water which produced the best growth of C.albicans colonies. This study used the experimental method of Completely...
The Effect of Soymilk Consumption Toward Reduction Levels of Total Cholesterol and LDL Cholesterol on Menopause Women
Meti Kusmiati, Rianti Nurpalah, Amalia Putri Elganita, Arna Rohimatunnaj
Objectives: The increasing of blood cholesterol levels is one factor of atherosclerosis risk. Estrogen hormone secretion decreases in postmenopausal women as a result of atrophy of the ovaries so that tends to increase in total cholesterol levels, LDL (Low Density Lipoprotein) cholesterol, triglycerides...
Lotion of Rind Durian (Durio Zibethinus Murr) as Natural Repellent to Aedes Aegypti Mosquitoes
Tanendri Arrizqiyani, Rudy Hidana, Fia Fermata Agesti
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate protective power of rind durian lotion to Aedes aegypti mosquitoes by observing for 6 hours. Method: objects in this research were 75 number of Aedes aegypti mosquitos. Volunteer were use rind durian lotion and lotion X (positive control) and then...
Correlation Between the Leukocyte Count with Neutrophil Lymphocyte Ratio in Hyperuricemia
Meri, Rianti Nurpalah
Hyperuricemia is a condition characterized by an increase in uric acid levels in the blood. It can cause inflammation. The sign of inflammation is to check the count of leukocyte and the parameter neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio (NLR). The condition of the number of leukocytes with NLR in hyperuricemia needs...
The Examination of HDL Cholesterol on Risk of Dyslipidemia Respondents
Rianti Nurpalah, Meti Kusmiati
HDL (High Density Lipoprotein) is one of the lipoproteins in the human body. It acts like a vacuum cleaner that absorbs as much excessive cholesterol as possible. There are several risk factors that can cause cholesterol metabolism abnormalities in the body, one of which is a decrease of HDL levels in...
The Relationship Between Knowledge and Behavior on Study Products of Health Analyst Diploma Students in Handling Chemicals
Yane Liswanti, Taufik Nugraha
Objectives: The aim of the research is to find out the relationship between students knowledge and behavior towards handling chemicals. Method: The research is descriptive correlation. The research involved 50 students’ Health Analyst Department as respondents using Cross Sectional Technique. The instrument...
In Silico Study of Single Chain Fragment Variable (ScFv) on Chikungunya Virus Using Indonesian Strain
Korry Novitriani, Shabarni Gaffar, Bacthi Alisjahbana, Umi Baroroh, Ade Rizki, Muhammad Yusuf, Toto Subroto
Objective: Because so far the paper-based commercial chikungunya tool in Indonesia has a very low sensitivity of only 20.5-50.8%, and this is supportive because of the different use of strain in the diagnostic tool so the purpose of this research is to study the selectivity of sampling from Indonesian...
Effectiveness of Bandotan Leaf Extract (Ageratum conyzoides L.) on Death of Houseflies (Musca domestica)
Rudy Hidana, Delis Hana Nurmulyani
Objectives: One of the disease vectors that harms humans is the house fly. Therefore, it is necessary to control measures against the fly population. Flies control measures can be done both by physical and chemical means. For example, by using insecticides, plants that can be used as insecticides are...
Antioxidant Activity of Chitosan from the Waste of Green Mussels Shell (Perna Viridis L)
Winda Trisna Wulandari, Resna Puspitasari, Ade Yeni Aprilia
Green Mussels (Perna viridis L) is consumed by a lot of people, but the waste of green mussels shells is still not used optimally. This study aims to determine the antioxidant activity of waste of green mussels shell using DPPH method. Chitosan obtained through deproteination, demineralization and deacetylization...
Fingerprint Analysis of Adulterant in Traditional Medicine of Orthosiphon aristatus Leaves Using FTIR Method
Anne Yuliantini, Atikah Rizkiya, Fauzan Zei Muttaqin
Orthosiphon aristatus is a medicinal plant that used as traditional medicine raw material. These leaves have similar morphology with Eupatorium riparium so that it is possible to adulterate the raw material of Orthosiphon aristatus. The purpose of this research was to identify the existence of Eupatorium...
Optimation of Cyanide Adsorption from Tapioca Industry Liquid Waste Using Activated Sludge
Lilis Tuslinah, Maya Nurul Rahma, Diana Sri Zustika
Optimation of cyanide adsorption has been done from tapioca industry liquid waste using activated sludge. This study was aimed to know the optimum condition of the adsorption process and to determine the adsorption efficiency of active sludge to cyanide contents of tapioca industry liquid waste. The...
Utilization of Anthocyanin Extract from Rambutan Fruit Rind (Nephelium lappaceum l.) as an Indicator of the Quality on Freshness Meat
Nur Alim Mahendra, Tresna Lestari, Ade Yeni Aprillia
Chicken meat is the most consumed food. In Indonesia, meat is one of the contributors to poisoning because meat has a high protein and nitrogen content and environmental conditions suitable for the growth of microorganisms. Both dyes from nature and synthesis have been developed as the detection for...
Cocrystallization of Mefenamin Acid and Ascorbic Acid by the Solvent Evaporation Method
Indra, Physca Fathiyatul Azhariyah, Ratih Aryani
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine the physicochemical properties of mefenamic acid after going through the process cocrystallization using solvent evaporation method and characterization. Method: cocrystallization process is made with 3 ratio (mefenamic acid:ascorbic acid) that is...
Antioxidant Activity of Methanolic Extract of Ficus elastica L. Leaves
Vera Nurviana, Lilis Tuslinah, Susanti
Objectives: Natural antioxidants have an important role in the prevention of many diseases and promotion of health. Many natural sources of antioxidants derived from plants that ware spread throughout the plant. Phenolic compounds are potent antioxidants. The Ficus elastica L. (F. elastica) leaf is one...
Influence of Extraction Method to Total Flavonoid Content of Mareme Leaf Extract (Glochidion arborescens Blume)
Ira Rahmiyani, Ruswanto, Nadiya Nur Fitriana
Leaves mareme (Glochidion arborescens Blume) has a very strong antioxidant activity. One potential secondary metabolites as antioxidants are flavonoids. This study aims to determine the effect of the extraction method on total flavonoid levels of mareme leaf extract. Total flavonoid content was determined...
Hepatoprotector Effect of Papaya (Carica Papaya L.) Ethanol Extract on Male Wistar Rats Induced by Acetaminophen
Helni Nopelia, Ilham Alifiar, Maritsa Nurfatwa
Hepatoprotector compound can provide liver protection to the liver from damage caused by drugs, chemical compounds and viruses. This study was aim to determine the hepatoprotector effect of several doses of papaya (Carica papaya L.) ethanol extract in acetamnophen-induced rats. This research was an experimental...
Isolation and Identification of Ethyl Acetate Fractions in Flour Banana Fruit (Musa troglodytarum L.)
Dolih Gozali, Resmi Mustarichi, Sandra Megantara, Ami Tjitraresmi, Fikri D. Alminda
The use of traditional medicine is recommended by WHO to maintain of peoples health, preventing and treatment of diseases. Indonesia as a country that has biodiversity of banana, one of them is a tongka langit banana. Musa troglodytarum L. better known as banana tongka langit is one of the banana plants...
Comparison of Anti-Inflammatory Activity Between Aerobic and Anaerobic Fermented Green Breadfruit Leaf Extract.
Hesti Riasari, Yessi Febriani, Ika Andiani
Inflammation is a local protective response caused by damage to tissue. Plants that have been scientifically proven to have anti-inflammatory properties of Artocarpus altilis (parkinson) Fosberg leaves. The biosynthesis process can cause changes in color, content and type of content that is in the breadfruit...
Preparation and Characterization of Water Soluble Curcuminoid Prepared by Complex Formation with κ-Carrageenan
Wiwin Winingsih, Yulia Andina, Adang Firmansyah
Objectives: The aim of this study was to increased solubility of curcuminoid by inclusion complex formation. Method: Curcuminoid-kappa carrageenan complex formation was perform by kneading method. Then the complex solubility and dissolution rate was evaluated and characterized by Scanning Electron Microscopy...
Molecular Docking of Xanthone Compounds of Mangosteen Fruits Peel (Garcinia mangostana L.) as Beta-OG Pocket Binding Inhibitor in Dengue Virus Envelope
Melvia Sundalian, Khaerul Adnan, Muhammad Yusuf, Dewi Astriany
Objectives: Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever is a disease caused by the dengue virus (DENV) which is transmitted through the mosquitoes Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus. There are four widely known serotypes of dengue virus, namely DENV-1, DENV-2, DENV-3, and DENV-4. The dengue virus genome is composed of...
Inhibitory Activity of Tyrosinase Enzyme on Lotion Contains Pear (Pyrus pyrifolia (Burm.F) Nakai) Rind Extract
Deby Tristiyanti, Ledianasari, Silva Oktaviani
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to make lotion preparations containing ethanol extract of pear rind and to test the inhibitory activity of the tyrosinase enzyme from pear rind ethanol extract lotion preparations. Method: Determination of tyrosinase enzyme inhibitory activity was carried out...
Phytochemical Screening and Antibacterial Activity of Flower, Stem, and Tuber of Polianthes tuberosa L. Against Acne-Inducing Bacteria
Nur Asni Setiani, Diah Lia Aulifa, Selynita, Eka Septiningsih
Objectives: The aim of this study was to determine the antibacterial activity of flower, stem, and tuber of Polianthes tuberosa L against Staphylococcus epidermidis and Propionibacterium acnes. Method: The extraction was conducted by a maceration method using different polarity of solvent (n-hexane,...
Pharmaceutical Cocrystal of Ethyl p-Methoxycinnamate: Formulation and Characterization
Revika Rachmaniar, Sohadi Warya, Rival Ferdiansyah, Hesti Riasari, Aswin Gumelar, Kenti
Ethyl p-methoxycinamate (EPMC) is a compound derived from kencur (Kaemferia galanga) and has a pharmacological effect as an antiinflammatory. EPMC has poorly water solubility and need to be modified to increase its solubility. The aim of this study was to improve the water solubility of EPMC by cocrystallization...
In Silico Study of Single Chain Fragment Variable Antibody and Indonesian Serotype-2 NS1 Dengue Virus Antigen
Dewi Astriany, Yeni Indah Puspita Sari, Umi Baroroh, Muhammad Yusuf, Iman Permana Maksum, Desy Natalia, Toto Subroto
Objectives: The aim of this study was to determine the interaction between Indonesian NS1 DENV-2 with 6D4B10 and 8A6F2 single chain fragment variable antibodies. Method: In this study, bioinformatics approach was performed on the six structures of Indonesian NS1 antigenes of DENV-2 to obtain the best...
Determination of Total Phenolic, Flavonoid Content and Antioxidant Activity of Campolay (Pouteria campechiana (Kunth) Baehni) Extract
Nurul Hidayah, Sani Nurlaela Fitriansyah, Diah Lia Aulifa, Siska Dewi, Windania Barkah
Objectives: The purpose of this research was to determine the antioxidant activity, total phenolic and total flavonoid content of ethanol 70% extract fruit peel, pulp, seeds and leaves Pouteria campechiana (Kunth) Baehni. Method: extraction was performed using maceration by 70% ethanol. The extract was...
Thermal and Crystallinity Properties of Tengkawang Seeds Fat (Shorea mecistopteryx Ridley)
Rival Ferdiansyah, Revika Rachmaniar, Maria Elvina Tresia Butarbutar
Objectives: Tengkawang (Shorea mecistopteryx Ridley) is one of the typical Kalimantan plants that can produce fat from the seeds. The tengkawang seeds fat is not yet fully known for its physico-chemical characteristics, especially its polymorphism. The purpose of this study was to determine the thermal...
Synthesis and Characterization of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Caffeine Using Acrylamide as Monomer
Saeful Amin, Shelma Az Zahra, Dang Soni
Objectives: Molecularly Imprinted Polymer (MIP) is a selective polymer that can bind target molecules, is made with a ratio 1:4:20 (mmol) between caffeine, acrylamide, and ethylene glycol dimethacrylate. The ratio will form a polymer that will be released again so that it can selectively recapture the...
Ethanol Extract Activity of Yellow Pumpkin Flesh (Cucurbita Moschata Duch) on the Cataract Formation
Tita Nofianti, Nurlaili Dwi Hidayati, Vera Nurviana, Ruswanto, L Rani Yunda
Objectives Oxidative stress is suspected as a major factor triggering cataracts. Yellow pumpkin contains beta-carotene compounds can reducing oxidative stress, and it is suspected to be able to reduce the occurrence of cataracts. This study aims at determining and proving the benefits of yellow pumpkin...
Antioxidant Activities Test of Selada Air Extract (Nasturtium officinale R.Br) by Using DPPH (I, I-Difenil-2-Pikrilhidrazil) Method
Diana Sri Zustika, Hendy Suhendy, Witri Novita Sari
Selada air (Nastrium officinale R.Br) is a plant that grows in the highlands. Watercress is widely consumed by people as a vegetable. This study aimed to examine the antioxidant activity of watercress extract by using DPPH method. The extraction used the reflux method with n-hexane, ethyl acetate and...
Formulation and Evaluation of Suppositoria Supplies Extract of Pinang Seeds (Areca catechu L.) as Anthelmintik
Lusi Nurdianti, Fajar Setiawan
Areca palm is a type of palm and is commonly found in India, Malaysia, Taiwan, Indonesia and other Asian countries, both individually and in populations (Jaiswal wt al, 2011). The pharmacological potential of Areca catechu is one of its benefits as an anthelmintic. Part taken from areca nut for anthelmintic...
Evaluation of Label Drug in the Treatment Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Keni Idacahyati, Tita Nofianti, Ema Sintya Nurjaya
Objectives: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is defined as high levels of hyperandrogenism, menstrual irregularities, anovulation and high levels of insulin (hyperinsulinemia secondary to increased insulin resistance).The estimated that> 75% of women with PCOS are insulin resistant, the incidence...
Ethanol Mangosteen Rind Extract (Garcinia x-mangostana L.) Activity on Wistar White Male Rats Ureum Creatinine Levels
Nur Rahayuningsih, Tifani Dea Anjani, Vera Nurviana
Objectives: Kidney is organ that plays an important role in maintaining the homeostasis of the body. Kidney damage can be caused by several things, such as hypovolemia, sepsis, acute glomerulonephritis, rhabdomyolysis and drugs (gentamicin and NSAIDs). Consumption of drugs like gentamicin can cause damage...
Sunscreen and Antioxidant Potential of Myristicin in Nutmeg Essential Oils (Myristica fragrans)
Hery Muhamad Ansory, Erlinda Novita Sari, Anita Nilawati, Sri Handayani, Nurfina Aznam
objectives: Nutmeg is a native Indonesian plant which is widely exported in the form of nutmeg and nutmeg essential oil. Exploration of nutmeg essential oils content and its activities continues to be carried out. Nutmeg essential oil contained 8-11% of myristicin, and this compound has alkenylbenzenes...
The Influence of Myristicin Lost in Myristica Fragrans Volatile Oils to Antimicrobial Activity Against B. Subtilis, E. Coli and S. Aureus
Anita Nilawati, Agatha Tyva Julian Atmajaningtyas, Hery Muhamad Ansory
Objectives: Myristica fragrans volatile oil has presented strong antimicrobial activity against a wide variety of bacteria. The antimicrobial activity would be expected to relate to the respective composition and their relative percentage, and possibly synergistic interaction between its components....
Effectiveness of Allium Sativum and Olive Oil in Overcoming Pruritus in Kidney Failure Patients at Hemodialysis Unit of Dr. Soekardjo Hospital, Tasikmalaya City
Hana Ariyani, Rikky Gita Hilmawan, Lutfi S Baharudin
Objective: This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of Allium Sativum and Olive Oil in overcoming pruritus in kidney failure patients at Hemodialysis Unit of dr. Soekardjo Hospital Tasikmalaya City. Method: This study was a pre-experimental study “one group pre-test post-test” design. The sample...
Potential of Family-Based Diet Management Programs to Behavior of Diet Hypertension Patients in Four Areas of Community Health Centers Cibeureum Working Areas in Tasikmalaya City, Indonesia
Anih Kurnia, Mamat Lukman, Desy Indrayani, Anna Yulyana, Teti Agustin
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to examine the potential of Family-Based Dietary Management Program For People with Hypertension Diet Behavior. Method: The research method used was quasi experiment, the design used was pre-test and post-test with control group design. The sampling technique...
Antifertility Effect of N-hexane, Ethyl Acetate and Water Fractions from Carica papaya Leaves on Sperm Motility in Male Wistar Rats
Nur Laili Dwi Hidayati
Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the antifertility effect of N-hexane, ethyl acetate, and water fractions from C. papaya leaves on sperm motility in male Wistar rats. Method: Twenty four rats used in this study. Rats were devided into 4 groups: normal group and Carica papaya fraction...
Systolic and Diastolic, Before and After Doing Deep Breathing Exercise
Chita Widia, Ayuni Susanti, Asep Robby
Deep breathing is one of the non-pharmacological therapists that can increase sensitivity of baro reflex and reduce sympathetic and chemical reflex activity which shows a potentially beneficial effect in reducing systolic and diastolic in hypertensive patients at the Kahuripan Community Health Center...
Analysis of Factors Associated with the Choice of Contraception Methods in Fertile Age Couples at Kelurahan Kahuripan, Tasikmalaya City
Enok Nurliawati, Etty Komariah
One of the population problem in Indonesia is a large population with a relatively high population growth rate. Government efforts to control population growth with the Family Planning program have not produced as expectations. The choice of contraception is influenced by various factors. Objectives:...
Self Adaption Toward Stress Effect Criminal Punishment to Prisoners in Tasikmalaya Second Class Penitentiary
Wawan Rismawan, Tina Kurniawati
Objective: to the description of self-adaption to stress based on criminal punishment for prisoners in Tasikmalaya Second Class Penitentiary. Methods: descriptive research, participants in this study were prisoners on criminal punishment (n=40). Results and Discussion: obtained in this study that normal...
Relationship Characteristics of Non-Nursing Students to Reproductive Health Knowledge at the STIKes Bakti Tunas Husada Tasikmalaya
Adolescent reproductive helath is a component of reproductive health. Problems of reproductive health in adolescent usually have a characteristic that is associated with knowladge about reproductive health itself. Parentaal ignorance of clear and true and adequate knowladge about aspect of the development...
Effectiveness of the Education on the Motivation of the Nurses and Work Culture Related to the Implementation of Patient Safety at ICU / HCU Dr. Soekardjo Hospital, Tasikmalaya
Safety becomes a global issue which consist of five important issues namely patient safety, safety of workers or health workers, safety of buildings and equipment in hospitals that can impact on the safety of patients and personnel, safety of the environment (green productivity) which impacts on environmental...
Applications a Progressive Relaxation to Anxieties Geriatry in Tasikmalaya
Objectives: Progressive relaxation is a therapy based on the relationship between muscle and emotional tension. Anxiety is a subjective feeling of disturbing mental tension as a general reaction to the inability to overcome a problem or un secure. The Objectives is discusses of complementary protection...
Legal Protection of Patient Rights to Completeness and Confidentiality in Management of Medical Record Documents
Various problems of the lawsuit exist because the health service is not optimal, complaints about the quality of health services are also perceived. If the medical record document is filled with complete, it will be easy for health professionals to explain it if there is a lawsuit. The contents of the...
The Role of Assistance Toward Pregnant Women Against Low Birth Weight
Nurillah Amaliah, Suparmi, Anissa Rizkianti
Low birth weight (LBW) is mostly used to investigate the conditions for survival and the quality of life of children. The study aimed to assess the role of assistance toward pregnant women in the risk of children with LBW. This is part of operational research entitled “Development of Model for Assisting...
Effectiveness of Green Beans and Soybeans in Increasing Hemoglobin and Oxygen Saturation Levels in Adolescents
Iis Sopiah Suryani, Meti Sulastri
Objectives: The purpose of this study was To know effectiveness of green beans and soybeans in Increasing levels of Hemoglobin and Oxygen Saturation method: This research is a kind of non-randomized quasi-experimental pre-test post-test. Samples were taken by using purposive sampling method that meet...
The Effect of the Use of Progressive Lens to Presbyopia Comfort in the Optical City of Padang
Febry Corina, Alvia Wesnita
Glasses are a visual aid. Comfort in using glasses is one of the motives for someone to use optical services. This study aims to examine the effect of the use of progressive lenses on the comfort of novice users in Optical Padang. This type of research is quantitative with the Quasi Experiment approach...
Evaluation of the Ocular Surface and Adnexa of Permed Lashes Wearer Among Selected 4-th year Female Students of the School of Optometry
L Cecilia, Yu, Cecilio DG. Basan, Cathlyn Faye J. Dichoso, Ma. Isabel C. Escobar, Aeron John C. Estrella, Ellysha Joyce D. Garcia, Romuel Ryan D. Musico, Kyle Leslie L. Ocampo, Patricia Anne C. Oro, Jeanna Marie N. Remandaban, Mariel Marea D. Rongavilla, Alaine Anne N. Sahagun
This study was designed to evaluate the effect of permed lash wear of the selected 4-th year female students in the School of Optometry. Subjects were purposely selected according to our inclusion and exclusion criteria which narrowed down to forty-three subjects. The subjects’ undergone pre-post assessment...
Potential of Autotrophic Microalgae (Spirulina plantensis) in Decreased Coliform Bacteria
Anindita Tri Kusuma Pratita, Mochamad Fathurohman
Objectives: Dense settlements spend the distance between the well and the toilet. So, many sources of clean water are contaminated by coliform bacteria. Microalgae is an important micro-plant which is a bioindicator of clean water. Besides that microalgae can also decrease the number of coliform bacteria....
Skin Moisture on Chronic Kidney Disease Patients at the Hemodialysis Unit of Dr. Soekardjo Hospital Tasikmalaya
Asep Robby, Teti Agustin, Rifki Fauzi
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a failure of kidney function to maintain metabolism, fluid and electrolyte balance due to progressive damage of kidney structure with manifestations of accumulation of metabolites. The impact of CKD on the integumentary system includes itching almost all over the body,...
Low Vision Assessment and Management of a Congenital Aniridia and Associated Cataract
Mariah Joan F. Chiong, Ian Emmanuel T. Gasolasco
The case discusses the low vision assessment and management given appropriate for the 18-year-old male student with congenital aniridia and associated cataract and high myopia. Congenital aniridia is a rare, usually bilateral, panocular condition that mainly affects the iris and other ocular structures,...
Congenital Cone-Rod Dystrophy to Progressing Central Vision Loss: A Low Vision Case Report
Kyl Kino I. Dalangin, Sherwin William B. Suarez
Cone-rod dystrophy is considered to be one of the rare ocular diseases that arises hereditarily. The nature of the disease can easily be mistaken with other ocular condition due to its unusual characteristics. This case report covers extensive ocular examinations and proper management of the condition.
Unilateral Decompensated Cornea Secondary to Corneal Laceration: Assessment and Optometric Management
Dana Alyssa D.G. Doma, Maricar A. Garcia
The inner layer of the cornea is composed of endothelial cells that make the cornea clear . Corneal trauma may result to significant ocular discomfort, visual difficulty, or even blindness. Corneal decompensation which is manifested by corneal opacity is a result of several factors like deep penetration...
Fermentation and Determination of Anti-Cholesterol Monakolin K from Different Monascus purpureus Isolates
Anna Yuliana, Khusnul, Syifa Ul Zannah, Ira Rahmiyani, Saeful Amin
Objectives: Monascus purpureus (M. purpureus) is the predominant mold of the red yeast rice. Red yeast rice is the product of rice fermentation by M. purpureus through solid fermentation system. The red yeast rice has long been consumed as flavoring, food coloring and traditional medicines for various...
A Preliminary Study on DNA Damage in Peripheral Blood of Cancer Patients After Radiotherapy with Comet Assay
Darlina Yusuf, Tur Rahardjo, Viria Agesti Suvivan
The aim of this study was to look at DNA damage studied in cancer patients during radiotherapy using the comet test. Subjects were from patients diagnosed with different solid tumors who received radiotherapy and control groups adjusted for age, sex. Blood samples were collected from patients with several...
Overview of Preeclampsia Risk Factors on Pregnant Women at Dr. Soekardjo Hospital, Tasikmalaya, Indonesia
Etty Komariah Sambas, Enok Nurliawati
Objective: The study aimed to identify risk factors of preeclampsia on pregnant women including mother’s age, gestational age, weight gain, pregnancy type, history of hypertension, number of children’s births (parity), history of disease, and history of preeclampsia. Method: The research design was descriptive...
Formulation and Evaluation of Ethanol Extract Emulgel Preparation of Durian (Durio zibethinus) Skin Waste Combination of Kaempferiae Rhizoma Extract as Analgesic-Anti-Inflammation
Fajar Setiawan, Lusi Nurdianti
Durian skin waste that has not been utilized properly, because of it’s difficult to decompose character, has the potential to become one of the biological wastes that can cause environmental pollution (Prabowo, 2009). Even though some studies have stated that durian rind has the potential as an anti-inflammatory...
The Use of Dithizone for Lead Analysis in Blush
Gatut Ari Wardani, Fajar Setiawan, Novi Agustin
Objectives: In this research, lead analysis was carried out on the blush cosmetic preparations using the UV-Vis Spectrophotometry method and dithizone complex. The purposes of this study are to determine lead levels in cosmetics blush preparations and to determine the safety of the blush preparations...
Adherent Leukoma Associated with Measles: A Low Vision Case Report
Giselle R. Shi, Maria Cecilia L. Yu
Objective: To assess if the patient has a low vision condition and to give proper management to the patient who has adherent leukoma associated with measles. Method: The patient was referred back by an ophthalmologist to the optometrist for low vision assessment and management. The demographic profile...
Snake and Ladder Game for Eye Health Promotion: A Development Research
Hanna Nurul Husna, Andika Khalifah Ardi
Objectives: The aims of this study were to developed snakes-and-ladder game as an eye health promotion. Method: A research and development (RnD) method was conducted in this study, adapting ADDIE development model which consist of analysis stage, design stage, development stage, implementation stage,...
Analgesic Activity of Infusion of Beluntas Radix (Pluchea indica (L.)) on the Male Mice
Hendy Suhendy, Muharam Priatna, Yoppi Iskandar
Objectives: The study aims to determine the analgesic activity of beluntas radix infusion. Method: The research used 25 of male mice. The mice were divided into five groups, which are negative control, positive control, and three testing groups (in different doses). Fifteen minutes after infusion of...
Levels of Depression and Treatment Gap Overview in 3 Regions in Indonesia
Lely Indrawati, Indri Yunita Suryaputri, Nikson Sitorus
Depression was one of the leading cause number of person lived with disability and related to premature death. Most depression first occurred in young age. Attention needs to be given to mental health problems in Indonesia starting from the young. Objective: To analyze the relation between level of depression...
Qualitative Analysis of Coliform Bacteria in Hospital Wastewater with MPN Method
Mochamad Fathurohman, Gatut Ari Wardani, Siti Nurlida
Objectives: Hospital wastewater is a waste product from hospital activities that are infectious and toxic so that it can affect health. In this case, the wastewater analyzed is wastewater in one of the Tasikmalaya City Hospitals. The purpose of this study is to determine the analyzed wastewater containing...
Effect Health Education on Improvement Knowledge of Students Class III and IV About Hand Washing
Erinda Nur Pratiwi, Nila Astria, Erlyn Hapsari, Desy Widyastutik
Health problems that often arise in school-age children are behavioral disorders, one of which is hand washing behavior. Based on a preliminary study in the Work Area of the Sambi Community Health Center in Boyolali District, it was found that the incidence of diarrhea was one of the 10 biggest diseases...
Development of the Myricetin Nano-Phytosome Formula with Phosphatidylcholine Variations
Nur Aini Dewi, Ganet Eko, Muhamad Dzakwan
Objectives: Myricetin is a flavonoid compound with natural antioxidant activity. Solubility, permeability and absorption rate is very low makes myricetin’s bioavailability very limited. To address this problem, myricetin made in nano-phytosome technology. Nano-phytosome was made by mixing phytoconstituents...
Relationship Between Anxiety Levels with Insomnia Events in Elderly at the Welas Asih Nursing Home in Tasikmalaya City
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of anxiety levels with the incidence of insomnia in the elderly at the Welas Asih Nursing Home in Tasikmalaya City. Method: This type of research is quantitative research design was descriptive correlational that aims to determine...
Degenerative Myopia with Macular Thinning and Retinal Window Defect: A Stage Before Retinal Detachment
Aram Joie L. Paralejas, Maricar A. Garcia
This clinical evaluation deals with the possible maintenance and slowing down the development of degenerative myopia in a 29 years old patient. Series of eye examinationswere done to disclose why his refractive error continually increased. He was discovered to have degenerative myopia which was inherited,...
Smoking Behavior and the Related Factors Among the Students Diploma of Biomedical Engineering Binalita Sudama Medan
Objective: The purpose of this study is to determine the factors are associated that smoking behavior in students diploma of Biomedical Engineering STIKes Binalita Sudama Medan. Method: The results showed that respondents who smoked were 29 respondents (48.3%). Results and Discussion: The results of...
Evaluation Nano-Phytosome of Myricetin with Thin Layer Film Hydration-Sonication Method
Yuli Edy Saputra, Muhammad Dzakwan, Nur Aini Dewi
Nano-phytosome is a nano technology that’s use to improve the bioavailability of active compound in plants by binding with phospholipids which have similar characteristic with cell membranes. In this study, Myricetin is the main ingredient that we used in nano-phytosome formulation. Myrisetin is a natural...
Relationship of Self Awareness and Knowledge of Diabetes with Blood Glucose Level on DM II
Sodikin, Agus Prasetyo
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of self awareness and knowledge of diabetes with the value of fasting blood glucose level. Method: Descriptive correlational research method with cross sectional design, sampling taking with consecutive sampling method, the research...
The Influence of Age Factor on the Antepartum Haemorrhage Event in Cilacap Hospital Period of 2016–2018
Sohimah, Yogi Andhi Lestari, Arief Hendrawan
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of age on the incidence of antepartum hemorrhage in Cilacap District Hospital in the period of 2016 - 2018. The design of this study was descriptive analytic with the case control approach method. This research is a study using secondary data instruments...
Antibacterial Activity from Ethanol Extracts and Fractions of Family Asteraceae Leaf Against Bacillus cereus and Vibrio cholera
Yani Mulyani, Ingrid Vitriyani Artauli, Katarina Turnip
The use of plants as traditional medication has been widely used in the community. Asteraceae is a family plant with activity against many diseases. The bioactivity dues to bioactive compounds contained in the plants as flavonoids, alkaloids, terpenoids and saponins. This study aims to determine the...
The Relationship of Knowledge to the Attitude of a Pregnant Women’s Husband About Preeclampsia
Yogi Andhi Lestari, Sohimah, Evy Apriani
Objectives. The purpose of this study was to determine whether there is a relationship of knowledge to the attitudes of a pregnant women’s husband about preeclampsia. Methods: Participants in this study were the husband of pregnant women (n = 40). 40 husbands of pregnant women who experienced preeclampsia,...
Specific and Sensitive Nutritional Intervention Toward Stunting in Mandalahayu Village Tasikmalaya District: A Qualitative Study
Bunga Ch Rosha, Indri Yunita, Nurillah Amaliah, Agus Tri Winarto
Objectives: The aim of the study was to identify the specific and sensitive intervention that has been done under the National Action Plan for Stunting Program. Method: This study was qualitative study using in-depth interviews. We interviewed twenty informants from health sector, non health sector,...
The Influence of Exclusive Milk Water to the Event of Acute Breathing Infection in Artificial Infants in 6-12 Months
Objectives: Detemination of this study was to determine the effect of exclusive breastfeeding on the incidence of ARI in infants aged 6-12 months in the RAB RSUD dr. Soekardjo Tasikmalaya City in 2014. This type of research is case control. The power of the relationship of exclusive (independent) breastfeeding...
Allopurinol Administration: When is More Effective?
Yedy Purwandi Sukmawan, Keni Idacahyati, Wina Widiyanti
Objectives: The objective of the study was to determine the appropriate administration time of allopurinol between morning and night administration. Method: This research was conducted in a controlled and open label. Eleven patients (six in night and five in morning) were fulfilled the criteria. Results...
Clitoria ternatea Linn Extract as Natural pH Indicator in Mannitol Salt Agar Medium
Dewi Peti Virgianti, Rochmanah Suhartati, Khusnul
Objectives: Mannitol Salt Agar (MSA) medium used to distinguish mannitol fermented ability among Staphylococcus species. The ability to ferment mannitol visualized by color changing in agar medium. Fenol red is color indicator usually used in standard MSA medium which has ability to turn from red to...
Correlation Between Family Support and Implementation of BSE on Women of Fertile Age
Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world and Indonesia. The coverage of breast cancer detection in the City of Tasikmalaya 2018 was 6,542 people. in Karsamenak Sub-District in the working Area of Kawalu’s Public Health Center, in Tasikmalaya 2019, which has the highest number...
Maternal and Neonatal Factors That Influence Perinatal Death in Cilacap General Hospital 2017-2018
Dwi Maryanti, Dewi Prasetyani
Perinatal is an episode of life at 28 or more gestational ages coupled with a baby less than 7 days old. During the perinatal period is very vulnerable to morbidity and death. Perinatal Mortality Rate (PPA) is the number of fetal deaths born at 28 weeks or older plus the number of infant deaths less...
Differences in Characteristics of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients Between Those Who Have Complications and Those Who Do Not Have Complications
Dewi Prasetyani, Dwi Maryanti
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine differences in the characteristics of type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM) patients between those who have complications and those who do not have complications. Method: Participants in this study were type 2 DM patients (n = 41). Member of Prolanis South...
Molecular Damage Evaluation and Chromosome Aberration in Blood Lymphocyte of Medical Radiation Workers
Yanti Lusiyanti, Masnelly Lubis, Suryadi, Sardini, Sofiati Purnami, Nastiti Rahajeng, Darlina, Siti Nurhayati
A preliminary evaluation on the cytogenetic effects and DNA damages was done in blood of twenty two person at the age between 30-56 years old from medical workers as expose group and their matched twenty from administration workers (control). Their bloods were collected with their full informed consent...
Correlation Between Absolute Neutrophil Counts with the Neutrophil Lymphocyte Ratio in Hyperuricemia
Meri, Yane Liswanti, Anna Yuliana
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to investigate the correlation between absolut neutrophil counts with the Neutrophil Lymphocyte Ratio (NLR) in hyperuricemia. Method: Participants in this study were men 18-65 years old (n = 30). Living in Indonesia the city of Tasikmalaya. Participation selection...