Proceedings of the 1st Tarumanagara International Conference on Medicine and Health (TICMIH 2021)

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Effectiveness of Deep Breathing Relaxation and Music Therapy as a Pain-Reducing Intervention in Post-Caesarean Section Patients

Furry Puspitaningdyah, Maruli Pardamean Karo Sekali, Ni Gusti Ayu Eka, Windy Sapta Handayani Zega
Post-cesarean section women may experience severe pain due to operative procedure in which most of them might have unpleasant experiences due to inadequate pain management. Pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments can be used to minimize the pain. A combination of deep breathing relaxation...
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The Association Between Physical Activity with the Nutritional Status of Student in Faculty of Medicine Tarumanagara University in 2019-2020

Yemima Graciela Munawar, Susy Olivia Lontoh
Physical activity as one of the factors that contribute to energy expenditure is related to nutritional status which is described as the energy balance of nutritional intake with the body’s energy needs. This study aims to study the relationship between physical activity and nutritional status of students...
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Association Between Physical Activity and Sleep Quality in Students of Tarumanagara Medical University

David Christian, Susy Olivia Lontoh
The Sleep is a physiological process so that living things can perform optimally in their daily activities. The high prevalence of lack of physical activity in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic also coincided with the high prevalence of poor sleep quality. This study aims to determine the relationship...
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The Relationship Between Sitting Duration and Low Back Pain on Office Workers in DKI Jakarta 2021

Andy Yuwono, Octavia Dwi Wahyuni
Low back pain is the main cause of activity limitation and can cause socio-economic losses to a person, society, and country. Low back pain is pain that is localized between the 12th rib and the lower part of the gluteal folds with or without pain radiating to the legs. The risk factors for low back...
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Stress Related Wound Care Mangagement during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Improving Outcomes through Kaki Diabet Indonesia Telemedicine

Ronald Winardi Kartika, Niko Azhari Hidayat, Pamela Hendra Heng, David Victorious Lukas
Many Diabetes Mellitus (DM) patients do not receive treatment from hospital policies that reduce visits and consultations to avoid transmission of COVID-19. There have been many implementations of Telehealth. This review aims to determine the implementation model of Telehealth in Diabetes Mellitus patients...
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Methanolic Extracts of Rose Flowers (Rosa chinensis Jacq.): Phytochemical Evaluation and Total Antioxidant Capacity

Natasya Theresia Simatupang, David Limanan, Eny Yulianti, Frans Ferdinal
Oxidative stress is an imbalance between oxidants and antioxidants that can lead to impaired signaling and redox control. Free radicals in large quantities will stimulate the production of IL-6 and TNF-α, which act as proinflammatory cytokines and trigger the release of polymorphonuclear cells (PMN);...
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Phytochemicals Profiling and Total Antioxidant Capacity of Cinnamon Bark Extract (Cinnamomum burmanii)

Jeffrey Saputra Kawi, Eny Yulianti, David Limanan, F. Ferdinal
Cardiovascular disease and stroke are the most feared disease in wide society. Both of these disease could be caused by oxidative stress. Oxidative stress occurred when there is an imbalance between ROS (reactive oxygen species) and antioxidants. Therefore, our body needs antioxidants to prevent it....
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Phytochemical Screening and Total Antioxidant Capacity of Marigold Leaf Extract (Tagetes Erecta L.)

Mario Abdiwijoyo, Eny Yulianti, David Limanan, F. Ferdinal
Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) that are not balanced with antioxidants are also known as oxidative stress. ROS are very easy to get, it can be found in the human body itself, because the human body also produce free radical from oxidation processes, inflammation and many more, external causes such as...
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Phytochemical Screening, Total Antioxidant Capacity and Toxicity Test of White Jasmine Flower Extract (Jasminum sambac)

Vincent Suaputra, David Limanan, Eny Yulianti, Frans Ferdinal
Oxidative stress is a state of imbalance of antioxidants and reactive oxygen species levels in the body. Prolonged oxidative stress can cause degenerative diseases, malignancies, or premature aging. This situation can be prevented by antioxidants, compounds that can inhibit the oxidation process. One...
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Phytochemical Screening, Total Antioxidant Capacity, and Toxicity Test of Basil Leaf Extract (Ocimum x africanum Lour).

Timotius, David Limanan, Eny Yulianti, F. Ferdinal
High pollutant levels have caused an increase in disease that correlated with Reactive Oxygen Species through a condition that is oxidative stress. Oxidative stress can be stabilized with antioxidants by stabilizing active and unstable radicals to become inactive and stable. Basil leaves (Ocimum x africanum...
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Phytochemical Screening and Total Antioxidant Capacity of Methanolic-Extract of Kembang Bokor Roots (Hydrangea Macrophylla)

Elizabeth, Eny Yulianti, David Limanan, Frans Ferdinal
Reactive oxygen species can cause damage to biological systems such as mutations, inhibit protein synthesis and even damage proteins. Excess free radicals will produce oxidative stress. Antioxidants are substances that play a role in preventing and repairing damage caused by oxidative stress. Antioxidants...
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Association of Nutritional Status with Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension in the Elderly

Olivia Charissa, Dorna Yanti Lola Silaban, Frisca, Meilani Kumala
Background: Non-communicable disease (NCD) is one of the most common cause of death among any other causes. The prevalence of NCDs has been increasing in developing countries. Based on data from the World Health Organization, several NCDs such as cardiovascular disease, malignancy, respiratory disease...
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Distance Learning on Paediatrics Clerkship:

A New Experience for Medical Students at Universitas Tarumanagara

Wiyarni Pambudi, Herwanto, Fransiska Farah, Eko Kristanto, Melani Rahmi Mantu, Naomi Esthernita Fauzia Dewanto
The distance learning experience is a new norm on adaptive learning process for paediatrics clerkship due to the pandemic situation. This study was a cross-sectional survey of medical students who have participated in to rotation of the paediatrics clerkship from March 2020 until July 2021. The questionnaire...
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The Relationship Between Knowledge and Medication Adherence in Hypertensive Patients: A Cross-Sectional Study in Gunung Putri Hospital Purwakarta

Deitra Rifqah Oktaviani, Shirly Gunawan
Hypertension is a global health problem that can cause death or is commonly called the Silent Killer. According to Riskesdas 2013 and 2018, the prevalence of hypertension is relatively high, increasing 8.3% and 25.8% to 34.1%, respectively. Hypertension is found in 12.54% of the population in Purwakarta....
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Anxiety and Sleep Quality Among Medical Students in Indonesia During the COVID–19 Pandemic

Ferrel Ursula, Anthony Paulo Sunjaya, Arlends Chris
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought significant mental stress to the community and disruptions to learning, especially to medical students, due to the increasing stress on the health system. This study is to examine the prevalence of anxiety and sleep quality and the association between anxiety and sleep...
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Risk Factors Analysis with Anxiety Among Medical Students in Indonesia During COVID-19 Social Restrictions

Vicky Hong, Monica Djaja Saputera, Arlends Chris
Mental health is an aspect that needs more attention during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only that it caused death, but the pandemic also made it mandatory for people to do self-quarantine. It restricted tourism and required a country lockdown which brought adverse effects on mental health. One of them...
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Factors Influencing Adherence to Tuberculosis Treatment Among Patients in UPTD Puskesmas Muaradua and UPTD Puskesmas Buay Pemaca Ogan Komering Ulu Selatan

Risti Emelda, Shirly Gunawan
Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, affecting various organs, especially the lungs. The infection is spread by inhaling tiny droplets from an infected person. Non-adherence to TB treatment can result in new strains, prolonged infectiousness, drug resistance,...
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The Relationship Between Knowledge and Medication Adherence in Diabetes Mellitus Patients in Toboali Hospital, South Bangka Selatan

Ucitha Septyadina, Shirly Gunawan
Diabetes mellitus is the fourth leading cause of death globally, after cardiovascular disease, cancer, and chronic respiratory disease. Proper anti-diabetic medication will reduce the high morbidity and mortality rate of diabetes mellitus. Medication adherence is an essential determinant of therapeutic...
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Absolute Eosinophil Count as a Marker for Sepsis Diagnosis

Frans JV Pangalila, Velma Herwanto, Riana, Enty Tjoa, Melina Hertanto, Yesyka Agustina, Suryanti Haryanto, Benjamin MP Tang
Eosinopenia, defined as low number of absolute eosinophil count, was used to support the diagnosis of sepsis in several studies by differentiating infection from non-infection cases. However, the results between studies were not consistent. This study was used to determine whether the eosinopenia served...
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The Use of Art Therapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders: A Systematic Review

Zaida M. Prijatna, Monty P. Satiadarma, Linda Wati
One of the characteristics of individuals with eating disorders is the inability to express themselves verbally. Hence, art therapy is particularly effective for individuals with this disorder because of its core mechanism which is the ability to bypass verbal communication and elicit psychological and...
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Adolescent Mental Health Disorders During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Lidia Sandra, Fransisca Iriani R. Dewi, Riana Sahrani
The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID‐19) has forced the world to come to a halt. Houses have been boarded up, cultures and the normality of humans as social beings have been overhauled. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned into a mental health crisis for young people. The mental health disorder of teenagers...
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How Psychoeducational Intervention Effects on Burden in Caregivers of Schizophrenia: A Systematic Literature Review

Eirene Adeleine Silaen, Fransisca I. Roesmala Dewi, Heryanti Satyadi
This systematic literature review investigates the effectiveness of psychoeducational intervention on the burden of caregivers of people with schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is a severe, prolonged, and disabling mental disorder that requires a caregiver to care for it. Often the caregiver does not have...
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The Mediating Role of Depression between Childhood Trauma and Intimate Partner Violence

Frisca Priscilia Boentario, Naomi Soetikno, Fransisca I.R. Dewi
Previous studies indicate that childhood trauma results in depression and intimate partner violence. The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between childhood trauma and intimate partner violence with depression as the mediator. The method used in this research would be a quantitative...
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The Role of Fathers’ Parenting Stress and His Parenting Styles on Behavior Problems in Children During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Endriansah Jayanto, Rismiyati E. Koesma, Naomi Soetikno
The Covid-19 pandemic had a huge impact on the family functioning. Fathers are known to be at risk of experiencing parenting stress which also has an impact on his parenting styles (authoritative, authoritarian, permissive) and their children’s internalizing (sad, anxious, afraid) and externalizing (hitting,...
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Autistic Children Parenting Stress

A Study on Parents Taking Caring of Children with Autism during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Inke Ayu Pertiwi, Samsunuwiyati Mar’at, Naomi Soetikno
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a group of brain development disorders characterized by stereotyped behavior and deficits in communication as well as social interaction. This usually appears before the age of three. Handling children with autism in the COVID-19 pandemic situation can be challenging...
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Criminality and Antisocial Behavior in Young Adult

Andiyani Yanuari, Naomi Soetikno, Riana Sahrani
Crime is a social phenomenon caused by normative deviations that are detrimental and cannot be tolerated. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the crime rate increased by 19.47% which was dominated by conventional crimes. The high crime rate that occurs can cause anxiety and concern in the community. Crime...
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Loneliness of Z Generation Adolescents in the Covid-19 Pandemic: Descriptive Study

Valencia Giovanni Permana, Samsunuwiyati Mar’at, Naomi Soetikno
Loneliness is a condition of a discrepancy between what you want to achieve and what is actually achieved in social relationships, both in quantity and quality. Continued loneliness has a clinical impact that needs to be considered. Loneliness can be experienced by all ages, including adolescents who...
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The Childhood of Workaholic Managers and Professional Workers

Priska Eugenea, Naomi Soetikno, Roswiyani Roswiyani
Workaholism is a behavior with uncontrollable drive to work and tend to be compulsive. A workaholic person would encounter negative effect on their relationship, leisure times, and/or their health. It had been recorded, most workers with workaholism were managers and professional position. Very often...
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The Relationships of Self-Compassion and Stress Among Emerging Adults Experiencing Early Adult Crisis

Jennifer Amanda, Roswiyani Roswiyani, Heryanti Satyadi
Early adult crisis is a period of early adult development that often causes high stress in emerging adulthood and has the potential to affect negatively on health and well-being of emerging adults. Self-compassion as a personal response that is positive, supporting and caring for oneself has been found...
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The Role of Perceived Social Support Towards Stress in Early Adulthood During Pandemic Covid-19

Christine Hadinata, Riana Sahrani
At the beginning of 2020, Indonesia and almost the entire world were experiencing a health crisis caused by the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Covid-19 pandemic causes changes in human activity patterns that can have negative effects such as decreased physical and mental health. In addition,...
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Applied Behavior Analysis Interventions on Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Indonesia: A Proposal for Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Amala Fahditia, Heryanti Satyadi, P. Tommy Y. S. Suyasa
The prevalence of autism spectrum disorder increases every year. Autism spectrum disorder refers to a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by difficulties in communication and social interaction as well as patterns of behavior, interests, and activities that are limited and repetitive. ABA intervention...
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TEACCH for Parents and Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Review of the Literature

Noni, Naomi Soetikno, Samsunuwijati Mar’at
Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children (TEACCH) is one of the Comprehensive Treatment Models (CTM) interventions that have been implemented since the 1960s for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). TEACCH uses structured teaching so that it has an impact...
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Psychological Distress among Emerging Adults: A Descriptive Study

Frida Condinata, Monty P. Satiadarma, P. Tommy Y. S. Suyasa
University is a place where individuals obtain knowledge and experience. During their study, many college students may experience issues related with being independent to deal with life challenges. This period is known as emerging adulthood. Learning to be independent in dealing with life challenges...
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Easy and Inexpensive Intervention for Parents? Physical Activity Interventions in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Indonesia: Literature Review Study

Rizky Bina Nirbayaningtyas, Heryanti Satyadi, Naomi Soetikno
The prevalence of children with autism spectrum disorder in Indonesia is currently predicted to continue to increase, while the treatment of children with autism spectrum disorder needs to be done early to get optimal results in overcoming some of the problems they experience. However, the fact is that...
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Self-Identity and Needs of Cosplayer in Role Playing

Vienchenzia Oeyta Dwitama Dinatha, Fransisca Iriani Roesmala Dewi
Cosplay is a role-playing activity in which someone dresses and acts according to the character they are playing. The characters are taken from fiction, i.e. comics, movies, games, novels, etc. In Indonesia, many people attend cosplay events, while wearing costumes. They are called cosplayers. Previous...
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Humanization of Humans Through Altruism:

A Study of Professional Psychology Graduate Students

Hanna Christina Uranus, Rismiyati E. Koesma, Naomi Soetikno
During COVID-19 pandemic, many adjustments were executed by universities for online learning, including on graduate programs. Learning objectives stayed identical, but learning methods changed quickly and drastically. Even with the learning changes and limitations, altruism is still considered as indicator...
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Problematic Smartphone Use and Problematic Internet Use: The Two Faces of Technological Addiction

Jordain R. Taufik, Sri Tiatri, Vencie B. Allida
This study aims to determine the relationship between the problematic smartphone use (PSU) and the problematic internet use (PIU). It was hypothesized that there was a positive relationship between the problematic smartphone use with the problematic internet use. This non-experimental quantitative study...
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Grit and Socio-Demographic Characteristics Among Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Cindy Arlinda Christanty, Fransisca Iriani R Dewi, Riana Sahrani
This study describes the grit and characteristics of women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The participants of this study were women who were diagnosed by a doctor as having PCOS, with an age range of 15-49 years. The method used in this research is the descriptive method, the researcher uses...
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The Effectiveness of Improvisational Music Therapy in Improving Communication and Social Interaction Skills in Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Systematic Review

Felita Oktaviani, Monty P. Satiadarma, Roswiyani
The use of music as a therapeutic intervention has the potential to help children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), especially in improving their communication and social interaction skills. Currently, the most common form of music therapy given to children and adolescents with ASD...
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Emotional Expressiveness Among Women Who Experienced Domestic Violence

Lia Hervika, Monty P. Satiadarma, Naomi Soetikno
Emotional expressiveness is the tendency for individual to show emotion, positive or negative, outwardly. Expressing emotion might help individual to lowering negative affect and pathological symptoms. While, some studies show that women who experienced domestic violence try to hide their experience...
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Does Friendship Matter for Children with Autism Spectrum.Disorder? Peer-mediated Intervention toiPromote Social Competence: Review and Recommendation

Tamara Wina, Naomi Soetikno, Pamela Hendra Heng
As children move forward to adulthood, social competence is paramount in developing and maintaning friendships. Social interaction and social pragmatics are particularly problematic for childrennwith autism spectrummdisorder (ASD) that bring about to limited opportunities to develop meaningful relationship...
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Mechanism Distress Tolerance Driven Smoking Addiction Behavior Among Indonesian Adults

Imma Yedida Ardi, Sri Tiatri, Mahlon Juma
In almost every year, Indonesia is experiencing higher burden of disease and an increase in the number of deaths due to smoking. To stop the increase in the number of smokers, the researchers look at the factors that play a role in smoking behavior. Previous research has shown that one of the factors...
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The Relationship Between Expressive Suppression and Problematic Smartphone Use

Irene Apriani, Sri Tiatri, Beryl Ben Mergal
Expressive suppression is an emotion regulation strategy that refers to the inhibition of emotion-expressive behaviour. Habitual, high expressive suppression may be considered as a less effective strategy because it potentially maintains or even strengthens negative emotion. This experience may develop...
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Social Support and Quality of Life on Online-Learning University Students

Elizabeth Sulistyorini, Roswiyani Roswiyani
The COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia has encouraged every university to implement the Online-Learning method. However, this learning method might impact on quality of life of some students. Students may experience a lack of social support and have a poor quality of life. They tend to have difficulty completing...
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The Impact Between Quality of Life and Self Compassion on the Emergence of Depression Symptoms in University Students

Alice Dian Permata Sari, Roswiyani Roswiyani
The purpose of this research is to investigate the impact of quality of life and self-compassion on depression symptoms among undergraduate students. The prevalence of undergraduate students with depressive symptoms continues increase from year to year. Depression symptoms experienced by these students...
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Prevalence of Dating Violence in Late Adolescence

Syahni Soraya Putri, Monty P. Satiadarma, Naomi Soetikno
Dating violence in late adolescence is one of the phenomena which need to get more attention. It is because of prevalence rates are really high and there were negative impacts on the development showed from adolescence who experience it. The impact of dating violence in adolescence can be seen in all...
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Depression Among Healthcare Workers During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Nurul Salamah, Naomi Soetikno, Roswiyani Roswiyani
During the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare workers have important roles in clinical management. In carrying out this clinical management, a higher rate of depression also occurs in healthcare workers. The high level of depression in healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic might be caused by an...
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Review and Prospect of Mindfulness-based Art Therapy in Reducing Symptoms of Depression in Cancer Patients

Melissa, Monty P. Satiadarma, Arlends Chris
Depression in cancer patients tends to be overlooked and can worsen their condition. One of the Mindfulness-based interventions to treat depression in cancer patients is mindfulness-based art therapy (MBAT). MBAT combines an art therapy approach with mindfulness that aims to provide individuals the opportunity...
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Severe COVID-19 Treatment Using Hypoxic-Mesenchymal Stem Cell Secretome: A Case Report

Siufui Hendrawan, Sandy Qlintang, Ronald Winardi Kartika, Vera Kurniawati, David Victorious Lukas
COVID-19 (SARS COV-2) has a serious adverse effect in the form of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) caused by a hyper-inflammation event (‘cytokine storm’) that causes damage to the lung tissue. Previous studies have shown a link between disease severity and excessive elevation of pro-inflammatory...
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The Role of Child Maltreatment and Tendency to Juvenile Delinquency in Late Adolescents

Yola Ongah, Naomi Soetikno, Fransisca I. R. Dewi, Mary Jane Batobara-Yap, Jolly S. Balila
Adolescence is a period of transition from children to adults. This period is very vulnerable to the influence of the outside world. One of the problems that often arise in adolescence is delinquency. The term juvenile delinquency refers to a wide range of behaviors, ranging from socially unacceptable...
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Effect of a Lifestyle Medicine Program to Reduce the Risks of Cardiovascular Disease Among Young Male Adults in a Chosen Residential School in the Philippines

Mary Jane Botabara-Yap, Donna Mae Rodriguez, Pamela Hendra Heng
Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) remain to be the leading cause of death worldwide. Studies show that men manifest symptoms ten years earlier than women and that men are less likely to seek healthy lifestyle behaviors compared to women. This study aimed to determine the effects of a lifestyle medicine program...
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Father Involvement in Parenting Talented Autistic Adolescents

Astri Anggraini Hapsara, Fransisca I. Roesmala Dewi, Riana Sahrani
The role of fathers and mothers is very important in parenting talented autistic adolescents. The limited time of the father and his role as breadwinner in the family, has the potential to reduce this role. This study aims to see how the involvement of fathers in caring for talented autistic adolescents....