Djoenaedi, Intania
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Speech Outcome Evaluation After Two-Flap Palatoplasty In Plastic Surgery Division Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital: A Retrospective study Bangun, Kristaninta; Handayani, Siti; Djoenaedi, Intania; Wahyuni, Luh Karunia
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 1 No 2 (2012): March - April Issue
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14228/jpr.v1i2.49

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One of the primary goal of cleft palate repair is to provide an intact mechanism for normal speech production. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the two-flap mucoperiosteal palatoplasty procedure on speech outcomes in patients undergoing surgical repair before the age of 2 years. A retrospective analysis study was done on 22 children with complete unilateral cleft palate (with or without cleft lip) who underwent two-flap palatoplasty between year 2002 to 2006 at Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital. Evaluation was performed by a speech pathologist for pattern of articulation, hypernasality, intelligibility, and velopharyngeal competence. Palatoplasty were performed after 2 year-old in 11 patients and before 2 year-old in 11 patients. Speech of the 22 children postpalatoplasty was evaluated perceptually from standardised tape recordings. Velopharyngeal competence in patients who underwent palatoplasty before 2 year-old compared to after 2 year-old were 72.7% good, 18.2% fair and 9.1% poor versus 54,5% good, 9,1% fair and 36,4% poor respectively. Two-flaps mucoperiosteal palatoplasty performed before the age of 2 years old shows better spepolech outcome in all parameters, although the numbers are not statistically significant. Further prospective study with larger sample is needed.
Topical Honey Application In Treating Large Ulcerated Wound As a Complication of Vascular Malformation In a 5-Month-Old Baby Djoenaedi, Intania; Sudjatmiko, Gentur
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 1 No 2 (2012): March - April Issue
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14228/jpr.v1i2.56

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Background: The ancient Egyptians and Greeks have used honey for wound care, and a broad spectrum of wounds are treated all over the world with natural unprocessed honeys from different sources. In lots of studies, honey as a conventional wound treatment may help improve wound healing, prevent invasive infections and eliminate colonization. With the increasing frequency of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, modern medicine give attention to natural products. The aim of this report is to gain insight into the practical use of topical honey in wound management. Methods: We report a case of five-month-old girl with sepsis and large ulcerated necrotizing wound at the external genitalia and perineum extending to gluteal area as complication of vein malformation after treated with intravenous injection of Bleomycin and Vincristine. Result: She was successfully treated with unprocessed local honey. Conclusion: Honey is shown to be a good option for treating infected chronic wound with dramatic result.