Yudha Fahrimal
Laboratorium Parasitologi Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan Universitas Syiah Kuala, Banda Aceh

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26. GAMBARAN HISTOPATOLOGIS GINJAL TIKUS PUTIH (Rattus novergicus) JANTAN YANG DIINFEKSIKAN Trypanosoma evansi DAN DIBERI EKSTRAK DAUN SERNAI (Wedelia biflora) (Histopathology of Male Rat (Rattus novergicus) Kidney Infected with Trypanosoma evansi and Treated with Sernai Leaves Extract (Wedelia biflora)) Fahrimal, Yudha; R, Rahmiwati; Aliza, Dwinna
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 10, No 2 (2016): J. Med. Vet.
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This research was aimed to study histopathology of rat kidney infected with Trypanosoma evansi after administration of sernai leaves extract (Wedelia bifolora). The samples used were kidneys of 25 male rats strain Wistar which were equally divided into 5 treatment groups. Group P1 was uninfected and untreated control, group P2 was infected with 1x103 T. evansi but not sernai leaves extract, rats from groups P3, P4, and P5 were infected with 1x103 T. evansi and given sernai leaves extract with the dose of 30 mg/kg bw, 45 mg/kg bw, and 60 mg/kg bw respectively. The sernai extract was administered orally using a stomach tube for 3 consecutive days. The next day after last treatment, all rats were sacrificed and necropsied. Kidneys were collected for histopathological examination such as degeneration and necrosis of tubules cells, convoluted contortus duct lumen, and adhesion and atrophy of glomerulus. Sernai leaves extract with the dose of 45 mg/kg bw was the most effective dose to prevent kidney damage due to T. evansi infection.
Production And Characterization Of Monoclonal Antibodies Against Onchocerca gibsoni Fahrimal, Yudha; Copeman, Bruce
Jurnal Sain Veteriner Vol 22, No 1 (2004)
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8. Aedes Mosquitoes Abundance In Relation To Some Climatic Factors In Banda Aceh City, Indonesia Athaillah, Farida; Hambal, Muhammad; Fahrimal, Yudha; Bakri, Muttaqien; Ellyawardani, Ellyawardani; Vanda, Henni; Ahmad, Abu Hassan
The International Journal of Tropical Veterinary and Biomedical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2016): Vol. 1 (1) May 2016
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Dengue viruses and their mosquito vectors as an endemic disease in Indonesia are sensitive to their environment. The rising incidence of dengue is influenced by many factors, climate is one of them. Temperature, rainfall and humidity have well-defined roles in the transmission cycle. Changes in these conditions may contribute to increasing incidence. The purpose of this research was to determine the correlation between the dengue vector abundance and some climatic factors (temperature, rainfall and humidity) in Banda Aceh city after the tsunami. We also examined the potential effects of climate variations on dengue epidemiological pattern in indoor and outdoor of tsunami affected areas in Banda Aceh City during January – December 2010. Data processing was performed using SPSS and will be presented in tabular form. Pearson correlation test for parametric test and Spearman correlation coefficients for non-parametric test were performed to investigate the overall correlation between Aedes eggs abundance rates and some meteorological variables such as temperatures (0C), relative humidity (RH), and rainfall (RR). The result showed that the total egg populations in indoor and outdoor of tsunami affected areas are not significantly different among those factors. There was a positive correlation between eggs abundance and rainfall, but negatively correlated with temperature and relative humidity. From this result we can conclude that the abundance of Aedes eggs is not significantly correlated to temperature and humidity in indoor and outdoor of tsunami affected areas in Banda Aceh City.
Ovitrap use in epidemiology study of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in Kuta Alam sub-district Banda Aceh, Indonesia Farida, Athaillah; Ahmad, Abu Hasan; Hadi, Upik K.; Hambal, Muhammad; Fahrimal, Yudha; Shafitri, Rimaya
Proceedings of The Annual International Conference, Syiah Kuala University - Life Sciences & Engineering Chapter Vol 1, No 1 (2011): Life Sciences
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A study on the mosquitoes Aedes spp. has been conducted in Kuta Alam Sub-district, Banda Aceh, to find out the percentage and distribution of positive ovitrap with eggs of Aedes aegypti and A. albopictus, based on location of ovitrap, level of rainfall as well as different landuse of settlement areas. Sampling was conducted by setting up ovitrap monthly, from January to December 2010 in settlement area that have more trees versus less trees, both indoor and outdoor. Data of the ovitrap percentage that was proved to be positive with eggs of A. aegypti and A. albopictus was analized using Student T-Test. The study revealed that rainfall value did not significantly affect (P>0.05) the percentage of positive A. aegypti and  A. albopictus ovitraps and neither  did the location of ovitrap (indoor versus outdoor). The settlement areas with more trees have significantly higher percentage of ovitraps containing A. albopictus than areas with less trees, but not significant for A. aegypti (P<0.05). It was suggested that rainfall and location of ovitrap did not influence the number of ovitrap containing Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus eggs, while settlement landuse  influenced significantly the percentage of positive ovitraps for Aedes albopictus, but not for Aedes. aegypti. Between two villages in Kuta Alam sub-district, it was found out that Gampong Beurawe was dominated by Aedes albopictus while Gampong Kuta Alam by Aedes aegypti. Overall, the sensitivity of ovitrap in Kuta Alam subdistrict was 83,7%. The usage of ovitrap is thus recommended for monitoring of Aedes spp. control programs
Parasitemia of Male White Mice (Mus musculus L.) DDY Strain Infected with Trypanosoma evansi Pidie and Pemalang Isolate Sari, Febiola Rama; Fahrimal, Yudha; Balqis, Ummu; Subekti, Didik T; Wardana, Aprilia
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 8, No 2 (2014): J. Med. Vet.
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This study aimed to find out the parasitemia of DDY white mice infected with T. evansi of Pidie and Pemalang isolates obtained from Bbalitvet Bogor. A total of 12 mice were divided into 3 treatment groups. Group 1 (K1) without any treatment, group 2 (K2) was inoculated with 104 T. evansi Pidie isolate, and group 3 (K3) was inoculated with 104 T. evansi Pemalang isolate. Parasitemia examination was carried out every two days and the level of parasitemia was observed as well. Parasitemia examination was conducted until all mice died. Parasitemia of mice infected with Pidie isolate was characterized by rapid rise of parasitemia in blood (107-108/mL of blood) in a short time (2-4 days) since first parasitemia was detected and followed by death at day 4. The parasitemia of mice infected with Pemalang isolate increased in the blood (108-109/mL of blood) on day 4 and maintained for a few more days and then fluctuated for a few more days before the animal was dead. In conclusion, there was the difference in parasitemia level between Pidie and Pemalang isolates. Key words: Trypanosoma evansi, parasitemia, Pidie isolate, Pemalang isolate
PROFIL DARAH TIKUS PUTIH (Rattus norvegicus) YANG DIINFEKSIKAN Trypanosoma evansi DAN DIBERIKAN EKSTRAK KULIT BATANG JALOH (Salix tetrasperma Roxb) Fahrimal, Yudha; E, Eliawardani; Rafina, Afira; Azhar, Al; Asmilia, Nuzul
Jurnal Kedokteran Hewan Vol 8, No 2 (2014): J. Ked. Hewan
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Penelitian ini bertujuan mengetahui gambaran darah (hematokrit, eritrosit, leukosit, dan diferensial leukosit) tikus yang diinfeksi Trypanosoma evansi (T. evansi) dan diberi ekstrak kulit batang jaloh (Salix tetrasperma Roxb). Duapuluh lima ekor tikus jantan dibagi secara acak ke dalam 5 kelompok perlakuan yang masing-masing terdiri atas 5 ekor tikus. Kelompok 0 (K0) tanpa perlakuan, kelompok I (K1) hanya diinfeksikan dengan 103 T. evansi, kelompok II (K2) diinfeksikan dengan 103T. evansi dan diberikan ekstrak kulit batang jaloh 30 mg/kg bobot badan, kelompok III (K3) diinfeksikan 103 T. evansi dan diberikan ekstrak kulit batang jaloh 45 mg/kg bobot badan, dan kelompok IV (K4) diinfeksi dengan 103 T. evansi dan diberikan ekstrak kulit batang jaloh 60 mg/kg bobot badan. Infeksi T. evansi dilakukan secara intraperitoneal sedangkan ekstrak diberikan secara oral selama 3 hari berturut-turut. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa rata-rata ± SD nilai hematokrit dan eritrosit tikus dari K1, K2, K3 dan K4 lebih rendah dari K0. Sebaliknya, rata-rata ± SD jumlah leukosit (103/µl) lebih tinggi dari K0. Diferensial leukosit menunjukkan jumlah masing-masing sel leukosit semua tikus dalam kelompok perlakuan meningkat setelah pemberian ekstrak kulit batang jaloh kecuali eosinofil dan limfosit yang justru menurun. Dari penelitian dapat disimpulkan bahwa Infeksi T. evansi menurunkan kadar hematokrit dan eritrosit namun meningkatkan kadar leukosit tikus dan pemberian ekstrak kulit batang jaloh dosis rendah dalam waktu yang singkat mampu mengembalikan profil darah tikus mendekati nilai normal.
IDENTIFIKASI PARASIT PADA IKAN TONGKOL (Euthynnus affinis) DI TEMPAT PELELANGAN IKAN LHOKNGA ACEH BESAR (Identification of Parasites in Mackerel (Euthynnus affinis) at Fish Auction in Lhoknga Aceh Besar) Hidayati, Nurul; Bakri, Muttaqien; Rusli, Rusli; Fahrimal, Yudha; Hambal, Muhammad; Daud, Razali
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 10, No 1 (2016): J. Med. Vet.
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The objective of this study was to identify parasites that infect mackerel fish (Euthynnus affinis) at fish auction in Lhoknga, Aceh Besar. Fifteen mackerel fish collected from fish auction in Lhoknga were examined at Parasitology Laboratory, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Syiah Kuala University Banda Aceh to observe the presence of ectoparasites and endoparasites. The ectoparasite examination was conducted by observation of the external body part and then examined under microscope, while endoparasite examination conducted by observation of inner surface of digestive tract. The data showed that two types parasites infested the mackerel fish at fish auction in Lhoknga were Anisakis simplex and Neobenedia melleni. A total of 87% mackerel fish was infested with A. simplex and 7% was infested with N. melleni.
3. Effects of Administration of Combination of Palm Kernel Meal, Katuk Leaf and Betel Nut Powder on Sensory Value of Meat In The Goat Ferasyi, Teuku Reza; Hamdani, Hamdani; Razali, Razali; Fahrimal, Yudha; Rosa, Teuku Shaddiq
The International Journal of Tropical Veterinary and Biomedical Research Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Vol. 1 (2) November 2016
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In goats, we tested the sensory value of meat in the goat after oral treatment with palm kernel meal (PK), katuk leaf powder (KL) and betel nut powder (BN), separately and in combination. This study were used 8 Boerka goats that allocated among four groups of 2: the Control group was given distilled water; PK only was given to Group P1; a combination of all three was administered to Group PK-KL-BN, and a combination of KL and BN was administered to Group KL-BN. All treatments were administered orally for 35 consecutive days. animals were weighed before treatment (Day 0) and on Day 40 (5 days after the end of treatment). On day of 40, the animals were slaughtered using halal standard. Then, sample of meat was taken from bicep femoris of right leg of each animals for sensory evaluation, which comprised of tenderness, colour, aroma, taste, and juiciness. A number of 30 panelist were involved in the evaluation. The results showed that the meat were tender in the group of PK-KL-BN and KL-BN (the hedonic scale of 2, tender). Then, for the other parameters were not different between groups. In conclusion, the administration of combination of palm kernel meal, katuk leaf powder and betel nut powder, can improve the tendernes of meat in goats.
PREVALENCE OF F. gigantica AND PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN LIVER OF SIMEULUE BUFFALO Jamil, Ikwan; Ferasyi, Teuku Reza; Hambal, Muhammad; Fahrimal, Yudha; Razali, Razali
The International Journal of Tropical Veterinary and Biomedical Research Vol 2, No 1 (2017): Vol. 2 (1) May 2017
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The aim of this study was to identify the prevalence of fasciolosis of Simeulue’s buffalo using macroscopic approach by observing pathological changes in the liver. The sample were obtained from slaughterhouse in Sinabang. A number of 60 livers were obtained on July to September 2015 based on post mortem examination. From this sample, a total of 57 livers were found positive indication of infested by F. gigantica (95%). The length and width of F. gigantica was 25 mm and 7 mm. The body was flat as a leaf, blunt on posterior, gray, brown, transparant and do not have a real shoulder shapes. The liver which were not  infested with F. gigantica showed sharp edges and a very high degree of elasticity. On the other hand, in the infested liver was found F. gigantica in the bile duct and showed a color of pale, the dark brown exudate as well as objects looks like gravel. The buffaloes sample were supplied to the abattoir from the paddy fields or oil palm plantations area. In comparison, the buffaloes raised in both areas were not different on the pathological changes of liver. In conclusion, this study showed that simeulue’s buffalo is very prevalence to F. gigantica.
Predileksi yang Disukai Oleh Tungau Pada Kambing Kacang Lokal Kamaruddin, Mufti; Hanafiah, M.; Fahrimal, Yudha; Winaruddin, Winaruddin
Jurnal Agripet Vol 2, No 1 (2001): Volume 2, No. 1, April 2001
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ABTSRACT. This rescerch was done in second stage, The first one of study was done in field at Darul Imarah contry Aceh Besar. Examined of ample in Parasitology  Laboratory of Syiah Kuala University. This aimed of the research to know how predilected on infested of mite in the host. This study used 50 goats were the clinically infected the each of sample pick up erupted of skin in the area of face, ear, neck, beck, fore legs and wrist. Paramaeter of the research were species and each area of host. The result showed that location has a significant effect on mites infestation. The largest number of Sarcopies are found on the face area and the smallest number in the hindd legs. On the other hand, the largest number Chorioptes and Psoroptes are found in the hind legs and samallest in the face and ear area.Key Word : Sarcoptes; Chorioptes and Psoroptes
Co-Authors Abdul Harris Abu Hasan Ahmad Afira Rafina, Afira Agusty, Atika Ahmad, Abu Hassan Al Azhar Amrozi a Aprilia Wardana, Aprilia Arman Sayuti Athaillah Farida Athaillah, Farida Aulia Rahmi, Aulia Bakrie, Muttaqien Bruce Copeman Chandra, Adi Connie Januari, Connie Darmawi Darmawi Desi Akhira, Desi Dianatul Habibah Harahap, Dianatul Habibah Didik T Subekti Dwina Aliza Dwinna Aliza Eliawardani E, Eliawardani Ellyawardani, Ellyawardani Erina Erina Faisal Jamin Fakhrurrazi Fakhrurrazi Febiola Rama Sari, Febiola Rama Ginta Riady Hamdani Budiman Hamdani Hamdani Henni Vanda Ichsan Taufik Nasution, Ichsan Taufik Iqbal, Syauki Ismail Ismail Jamil, Ikwan Jenantika, Putri Utami Juli Melia Keliat, Bayu Ligaya Ita Tumbelaka M Hasan M Nur Salim, M Nur M. Hanafiah M. Hasan M. Nur Salim Maghfirah, Siti Mahdi Abrar Mecky Desca Saad, Mecky Desca Mufti Kamaruddin Muhammad Hambal Muhammad Hanafiah Muhammad Hasan Mukhtar, Rahmi Sulastri Mulya Fahmi, Mulya Mulyadi Adam, Mulyadi Murhaban Murhaban Muttaqien Bakri, Muttaqien NA, Zuhrawaty nasution, dara aftika Nazaruddin Nazaruddin Nova Lianda, Nova Nurdiniyah Nurdiniyah, Nurdiniyah Nurul Hidayati Nuzul Asmilia R, Rahmiwati RAHMADIAN, CUT ADE Rahman, Resty Fauzana Rahmatia, Annisa Rizka Rastina, Rastina Razali Daud Razali Razali Rimaya Shafitri Rinidar Rinidar, Rinidar Rizki, Adistya Putra Rosa, Teuku Shaddiq Roslizawaty r Roslizawaty Roslizawaty, Roslizawaty Rosmaidar Rosmaidar, Rosmaidar Rusli Rusli Siti Aisyah Sucitrawan, Dimas Rizqo Sugito Sugito Syafruddin s T. Armansyah TR, T. Armansyah T. Fadrial Karmil Teuku Reza Ferasyi Teuku Zahrial Helmi TR, T Armansyah Triva Murtina Lubis Ummu Balqis Upik K. Hadi Wardani, Elia Winaruddin Winaruddin Yulina Rahmi, Yulina Z, Zuhrawati Zakiah Heryawati Manaf