Theodorus Theodorus
Faculty of Medicine University ofSriwijayaj Dr. Mohammad Hoesin Hospital Palembang

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Relationship of the Role of Counselor, Knowledge, Trust, Values, and Social Relationship in Contraception Acceptors’ Decision of Using Intrauterine Device (IUD) Sulbahri, Robby P.; Azhari, Azhari; Basir, Firmansyah; Theodorus, Theodorus
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume 7, No. 1 January 2019
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Abstract Objective: to assess the relationship of the role of counselor, knowledge, trust, values, and social relationship regarding acceptors’ decision in using intrauterine device at Dr. Mohammad Hoesin Hospital Palembang. Method: An observational analytical cross-sectional research carried out on June 2017 until September 2017 in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr. Mohammad Hoesin General Hospital. 40 subjects were included. The frequency and distribution data were described in table form, bivariate analysis was performed to assess the relationship between independent and dependent variables statistically using Chi-square/Fisher Exact test. Multivariate analysis using logistic regression test was performed to assess which independent variable affects acceptors’ decision the most. Data analysis was performed using SPSS 18.0 version.  Results: There were no statistically differences in age, duration of marriage, parity, number of children born alive, abortion, education, and jobs between the two groups (p<0.05). There was statistically significant relationship between knowledge, social relationship, and the role of counselor with contraception acceptors’ decision (p<0.005), but there was no significant relationship between trust and values with contraception acceptors’ decision (p>0.05). Meanwhile, the logistic regression analysis showed that the role of counselor significantly affects contraception acceptors’ decision (PR=108.989, p value=0.002). Concluson: The role of counselor is a factor that affects contraception acceptors’ decision in using IUD. Keywords: IUD, role of counselor, social relationship, trust, values, knowledge   Abstrak Tujuan: untuk mengetahui hubungan faktor peran konselor, pengetahuan, kepercayaan, nilai, dan kekerabatan terhadap keputusan akseptor KB untuk menggunakan alat kontrasepsi IUD di Rumah Sakit Mohammad Hoesin Palembang. Metode: Penelitian analitik observasional rancangan cross sectional ini dilakukan di Departemen Obstetri dan Ginekologi Rumah Sakit Dr. Mohammad Hoesin/Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Sriwijaya Palembang sejak bulan Juni sampai September 2017. Didapatkan sampel sebanyak 40 wanita melahirkan memenuhi kriteria inklusi. Frekuensi dan distribusi data dijelaskan dalam bentuk tabel, analisa bivariat untuk mengetahui ada tidaknya hubungan secara statistik antara variabel bebas dan dengan variabel terikat menggunakan uji Chi Square/Fisher Exact dan analisis multivariat untuk mengetahui variabel independen mana yang paling besar pengaruhnya terhadap keputusan akseptor KB untuk menggunakan alat kontrasepsi IUD menggunakan uji Regresi Logistik. Analisa data menggunakan SPSS versi 18.0. Hasil: Tidak terdapat perbedaan karakteristik pasien baik usia, lama pernikahan, paritas, jumlah anak hidup, abortus, pendidikan dan pekerjaan antara kedua kelompok (p<0,05). Terdapat hubungan yang signifikan antara pengetahuan, kekerabatan, dan peran konselor dengan keputusan akspetor KB IUD (p<0,05), namun tidak terdapat hubungan yang signifikan antara kepercayaan dan nilai dengan keputusan akspetor KB IUD (p  > 0,05).  Pada analisis regresi logistik didapatkan hasil peran konselor berpengaruh secara signifikan terhadap keputusan akseptor KB IUD (PR = 108,989, p value = 0,002). Keimpulan: Peran konselor merupakan faktor yang mempengaruhi keputusan akseptor KB untuk menggunakan alat kontrasepsi IUD. Kata Kunci: IUD, Peran Konselor, Kekerabatan, Kepercayaan Nilai, Pengetahuan.
Phytoestrogen Genistein and Black Cohosh and Marker of BMD in Menopausal Women Amran, Rizani; Abadi, Adenan; Theodorus, Theodorus; Widiastuti, Elvi
MEDIA MEDIKA INDONESIANA 2012:MMI VOLUME 46 ISSUE 2 YEAR 2012
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Background: In Indonesia, phytoestrogens can be found in the market as supplement to resolve climacteric complaint and osteoporosis. This phytoestrogens has not been proven scientifically to have benefit in overcoming the climacteric complaints and osteoporosis in menopausal women. Therefore, it is important to have clinical test searching data for knowing the increase of bone mineral density (BMD).Methods: The design was comparison clinical test in the form of “add on” with double blind in Hospital of Mohammad Hoesin Palembang started in August 2010 until February 2011 putting subjects into fitoestrogen and placebo groups randomly. T-score of spine and femur were measured using done densitometry before and after 6 months supplementation.Results: In the beginning of study, it was found that the average of spine T-score in the group of phytoestrogens was -1.455±0.264 after 6 months it increased to -1.295±0.223 with change 0.160±0.153 (p=0.001).Whereas in placebo group the average of spine T-score at the beginning of the study was -1.295±0.223 becoming -1.560±0.414 with decrease of -0.100±0.273 (p=0.118). Femur T-score level, of phytoestrogens group at the beginning of the study was -1.415±0.215, after 6 months it became -1.270±0.141 with change of 0.145±0.170 (p=0.001). In placebo group, the average of femur T-score was -1.475±0.202 becoming -1.595±0.421 with of decrease -0.120±0.33 (p=0.124). The status of spine and femur T-score BMD both in, phytoestrogens and placebo group was osteopenia at the beginning of the study. After 6 months, spine T-score in phytoestrogens group did not change, and in placebo group, 2 subject showed osteoporosis with spine T-score and femur T-score -2.7 and -2.75(±0.212).Conclusions: The administration of phytoestrogens is able to maintain bone mineral density and prevent the occurrence of osteoporosis.Keywords: Phytoestrogens, BMD, T-score, menopauseABSTRAK Fitoestrogen genistein dan black cohosh dan penanda BMD pada perempuan menopauseLatar belakang: Di Indonesia, fitoestrogen beredar di pasaran sebagai suplemen untuk mengatasi keluhan klimakterik dan osteoporosis. Fitoestrogen ini belum terbukti secara ilmiah bermanfaat untuk mengatasi keluhan klimakterik maupun osteoporosis pada perempuan menopause. Oleh karena itu uji klinik ini dilakukan untuk mencari data guna mengetahui meningkatnya gambaran BMD.Metode: Desain adalah uji klinik berpembanding dalam bentuk add on, secara tersamar ganda di RS Dr. Mohammad Hoesin Palembang bulan Agustus 2010 sampai dengan Februari 2011 pada subyek yang dibagi dalam kelompok fitoestrogen dan placebo secara acak. Variabel yang diukur adalah skor T tulang vertebra dan femur menggunakan bone densitometer sebelum dan setelah 6 bulan mendapat suplemen.Hasil: Pada awal penelitian rerata T-skor tulang belakang kelompok fitoestrogen -1,455±0,264 setelah 6 bulan menjadi -1,295±0,223 dengan perubahan 0,160 ± 0,153 (p=0,001). Sedangkan kelompok plasebo rerata T-skor tulang belakang pada awal penelitian -1,295±0,223 menjadi -1,560±0,414 dengan penurunan -0,100±0,273 (p=0,118). Pada kadar T-skor femur, di awal penelitian kelompok fitoestrogen -1,415±0,215 setelah 6 bulan menjadi -1,270±0,141 dengan besaran perubahan 0,145±0,170 (p=0,001). Pada kelompok plasebo rerata T-skor femur pada awal penelitian -1,475±0,202 menjadi -1,595±0,421 dengan perubahan -0,120±0,33 (p=0,124). Status BMD T-skor tulang belakang dan femur di awal penelitian, kelompok fitoestrogen dan kelompok plasebo adalah osteopeni. Setelah 6 bulan kemudian, pada kelompok fitoestrogen tidak terdapat perubahan status BMD sedangkan pada kelompok plasebo terdapat 2 orang yang densitas mineral tulangnya mengalami perubahan menjadi osteoporosis dengan rerata T-skor tulang belakang -2,70 dan T-skor femur -2,750 ± 0,212.Simpulan: Pemberian fitoestrogen dapat mempertahankan densitas mineral tulang dan mencegah terjadinya osteoporosis.
Risk Factors for Urinary Tract Infections in Spontaneous Labor Care at The Moh. Hoesin Hospital Palembang Aziz, A.; Fauzi, A.; Sanif, R.; Theodorus, Theodorus
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Vol. 33. No 1. January 2009
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Objective: To evaluate the effect of urine catheterization, vaginal touché, and fecal contamination during second stage of labor to urinary tract infection on normal spontaneous delivery. Setting: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Faculty of Medicine Sriwijaya University/Mohammad Hoesin Hospital. Material and methods: This cross sectional study includes 100 participants whom took by consecutive sampling. A questioner was filled with data of frequency of catheterization and vaginal touché, fecal contamination during second stage of labor, and urine sample was took by catheter at midstream. Urine sample then was screened with nitrite urine dipstick. Results: Incidence of urinary tract infection on normal spontaneous labor is 10%. Risk factor such as catheterization, vaginal touché, and fecal contamination during second stage of labor did not show statistical value, however after the adjusted logistic regression analysis was done vaginal touché shows significant relation with urinary tract infection (r 0.544; p 0.019).Conclusion: Incidence of urinary tract infection on normal spontaneous labor is 10%. The frequency of vaginal touché effects the Incidence of urinary tract infection.Keywords: urinary tract infection, urine catheterization, vaginal toucher
Relation between C-Reactive Protein Level and Intrauterine Infection in Pregnant Women with Premature Rupture of Membrane (PROM) Perdana, Edwin; Syamsuri, Ahmad K.; Aziz, Zaimursjaf; Theodorus, Theodorus
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Vol. 35. No 4. October 2011
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AbstractObjective: To know the relationship between C-Reactive protein level in the blood of pregnant women with premature rupture of membrane (PROM) less than 12 hours and the incidence of intrauterine.Method: This study was case series in 55 pregnant women with PROM less than 12 hours at Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Faculty, University of Sriwijaya Dr. Mohammad Hoesin Hospital, Palembang from July 1, 2009 until January 1, 2010. Data analysis was performed using Pearson Correlation test. Result: The mean levels of C-reactive protein in pregnant women with PROM less than 12 hours was 27.12±15.58 mg/dl, in which 16.4% women had C-reactive protein level ≤ 10 mg/dl and 83.6% women had C-reactive protein level > 10 mg/dl. The mean rectal temperature of women was 37.41 ± 19°C, in which 85.5% women had rectal temperature < 38°C. The mean of leucocyte count in women was 10586 ± 2835/mm3, in which 69.1% women had leucocyte count < 15000/mm3. The correlation value between C-reactive protein level with rectal temperature was R=0.218 with p=0.110 and the correlation value between C-reactive protein level with leucocyte count was R=0.236 with p=0.082.Conclusion: C-reactive protein can not be used as a single predictor of intrauterine infection.[Indones J Obstet Gynecol 2011; 35-4:176-8]Keywords: C-reactive protein, intrauterine infection, premature rupture of membrane (PROM)
Maternal Mortality and Contributing Risk Factors Bazar, Abi; Theodorus, Theodorus; Aziz, Zaimursyaf; Azhari, Azhari
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Vol. 36. No 1. January 2012
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AbstractObjectives: Maternal mortality is one indicator to assess a nation’s health care quality. This research was conducted to determine the determinant risk factors for maternal mortality.Methods: A retrospective case control study at Dr. Mohammad Hoesin General Hospital for 5 years, with 200 samples consists of 50 cases of maternal mortality and 150 physiological labor cases as control group.Results: For 5 years, there was 109 cases of maternal mortaliy. Of the 50 samples of maternal mortality cases, the most common cause were preeclampsia/eclampsia (50%), followed by hemorrhage (28%). The risk factors were categorized as distant, intermediate, and outcome factors, as stated by McCarthy et al. On bivariate analysis, we found the significance on maternal education and husband’s occupation (distant factors), residence, referral status, numbers of ANC visits, first attendant, labor facility and history of prior medical history (intermediate factors), and also modes of delivery and complications (outcome factors). On the multivariate analysis to determine the most contributing risks factors for maternal mortality, it was found that maternal education and residence were the most influencing factors for maternal mortality (OR 5.74 and 4.65 respectively; p=0.001).Conclusions: The most contributing risks factors for maternal mortality were maternal education and residence.[Indones J Obstet Gynecol 2012; 36-1:8-13]Keywords: case control study, maternal mortality, risk factors.
Comparison between Vacuum and Forceps Extraction to Neonatal outcome on Prolonged Second Stage of Labor Sazili, Sazili; Theodorus, Theodorus; Syamsuri, Kurdi; Aziz, Zaimursyaf; Tasli, Julniar M.
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Vol. 36. No 1. January 2012
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AbstractObjective: To assess the effectiveness of vacuum and forceps extraction in prolonged second stage in Dr. Mohammad Hoesin Hospital Palembang.Methods: A retrospective study for 5 years (2005-2009) by doing a prognostic test on prolonged second stage of labor. Results: The subject age most commonly ranges from 20 to 35 years (84.8% in the forceps extraction group and 86% in the vacuum group). The common parity was nulliparity (58.1% in the forceps extraction group and 61.58% in the vacuum extraction). In the forceps extraction group, 76.7% scores >7 in the 1 minute APGAR score with the mean score of 7.14±1.62, whilst in the vacuum extraction group, 79.1% scores >7 in the 1 minute APGAR score, with the mean score of 7.16±1.78. And in the forceps extraction group, 94.2 scores >7 in the 5 minute APGAR score with mean score of 8.62±1.11, whilst in the vacuum extraction group, 93% scores >7 in the 5 minute APGAR score with the mean score of 8.65±1.08. It is concluded that there is no significant differences on both 1 and 5 minute APGAR scores (p value is 0.713 and 0.755, respectively). Maternal complication of extended episiotomy and perineal rupture were found more often in forceps extraction, but with no statistically significant difference (p=0.324).Conclusion: There is no difference of effectiveness between forceps extraction and vacuum extraction in the case of prolonged second stage. Physicians are free whether to use the vacuum or foceps according to their own desirability and skill.[Indones J Obstet Gynecol 2012; 36-1:28-31]Keywords: forceps extraction, prolonged second stage, vacuum extraction
Betamethasone was more Effective than N-acetylcysteine for Lung Maturation Oktaviani, Fatmah; Syamsuri, Kurdi; Azhari, Azhari; Tasli, Julniar; Theodorus, Theodorus
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Vol. 37. No. 1 January 2013
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AbstractObjective: To compare the effectivity of N-acetylcysteine with Betamethasone in fetal lung maturation.Methods: This research was a double blind randomized clinical trials in women threatened by preterm delivery (28 to 34 weeks of gestation).Results: There were 90 subjects randomly assigned to N-acetylcysteine group (n=30), betamethasone group (n=30), and the control group (who had not been given a tocolytic, n=30). Fetal lung maturation was assessed with the p. The values for lung maturation at random were 5 foams. After being tested with the Tapp, there were significant differences between the 3 groups of this study based on analysis of variance (ANOVA) (p = 0.001). The average foam on theN-acetylcysteine was 4.8 ± 1.3 while in the group Betamethasone, was 3.2 ± 1.0, and the average amount of foam in the control group was 5.5 ± 1.6. The end point of the Tapp were mature and immature, which in the N-acetylcysteine group there were 21 subjects (70.0%) with mature lung, Betamethasone groups 28 subjects (93.3%) with mature lungs, whereas in the control group, there were 15 subjects (50.0%) with mature lung. Conclusion: Betamethasone was more effective than N-acetylcysteine for lung maturation in women threatened with preterm delivery.[Indones J Obstet Gynecol 2013; 37-1: 21-5]Keywords: betamethasone, fetal lung maturation, N-acetylcysteine
The Risk of Ovarian Malignancy Algorithm (ROMA) as a Predictor of Ovarian Tumor Malignancy Forbes, Darlin; Sastradinata, Irawan; Agustiansyah, Patiyus; Theodorus, Theodorus
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 5, No. 4, October 2017
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Object: To assess the diagnostic value of Risk of Ovarian Malignancy Algorithm (ROMA) in predicting ovarian malignancy. Methods: Diagnostic test was performed at dr. Mohammad Hoesin Hospital Palembang during June 2016 to November 2016. Data were analized with SPSS version 21.0 and Med-calc statistic. Results: A total of 57 subjects were recruited in this study. Subjects were divided into two groups: the premenopausal and postmenopausal group. Analysis with ROC curve was performed, the ROMA optimal cut-off of ROMA was 23.7% and 48.15% in the premenopausal and the post-menopausal group, respectively. With the optimal cut-off, the sensitivity was 79.41% and specivicity was 75%, positive predictive value wa 73.07% and negative predictive value 83.77% with accuracy 76.92% in diagnosing ovarian malignancy. Compared to RMI-3, the sensitivity was 65.5% and specivicity was 85.7% with accuracy 75.44%. Conclusion: ROMA is not a reliable diagnostic tools of ovarian malignancy. Keywords: CA125, HE4, ovarian cancer, risk of ovarian malignancyalgorithm/ ROMA, risk of ovarian malignancy index/RMI
Different Doses of Intraumbilical Oxytocin on the Third Stage of Labor Islamy, Nurul; Bernolian, Nuswil; BasiR, Firmansyah; Theodorus, Theodorus
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume 6 No. 3 July 2018
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  Objective: To compare the dose of oxytocin injected intraumbilicalltowards the duration of the third stage, blood loss volume, hemoglobinand hematocrit.   Methods: This study is a prospective randomised study with acontrol. The control group was given an intramuscular injection of10 IU oxytocin. The intervention of the three groups intraumbilicaloxytocin treatment dose of 10 IU, 20 IU and 30 IU diluted in 50 ml ofnormal saline solution and administered intraumbilically. Thesample selection by purposive sampling and the distribution groupbased on systematic random sampling (10 samples each). Data weretaken from the period April 2016-January 2017 with the inclusionand exclusion criteria. Data were analysed using Chi-square, T-test,ANOVA and Post hoc tests.   Results: Characteristics study for variables of age, occupation,parity, education, episiotomy and neonates weight showed homogeneouscharacteristics. The mean duration of the third stage forall groups was between 366.7  159.0 seconds and 440.1  244.99seconds. While the average number of postpartum haemorrhage forall group 61.894  226.3ml and 309.5  110.26 ml. There were nodifferences in the dose of oxytocin on the duration of the thirdstage (p> 0.05) and the amount of bleeding (p> 0.005). There was adifference of haemoglobin between intervention group of oxytocindose of 10 IU and 30 IU intraumbilical (p = 0.031). There was nodifference between the mean hematocrit levels between the groups(p> 0.005).   Conclusion: There were no differences in the dose of oxytocinintraumbilical towards the duration of the third stage, the amountof bleeding and hematocrit levels. The decrease of haemoglobingreater in 30 IU intraumbilical significantly. Keywords: duration of the third stage, haemoglobin and hematocrit,oxytocin intraumbilical, the amount of bleeding
A Comparative Study of Nomegestrol Acetate and a Combination of Ethinylestradiol and Levonorgestrel for Delaying Menstruation among Umrah Pilgrims Tindar, Mirzah; Effendi, Yusuf; Abadi, Adenan; Theodorus, Theodorus
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume 6. No. 1. January 2018
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Objective: To compare the effectiveness efficacy of nomegestrolacetate with and combination of ethinylestradiol and levonorgestrelas a regimen for delaying menstruation in Umrah pilgrims in Palembangcity.Methods: This single-blind randomized controlled trial was conductedin Hajj and Umrah Guidance Group in Palembang city duringDecember 2016 to January 2017. Population of this study was 30women who meet the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Frequencyand distribution of data was described in a table. Effectiveness andthe side effects treatment between the two groups were analyzedwith Chi Square test. Data was were analyzed using SPSS version18.0.Results: There were no differences in age, education, occupation,parity, body weight, height and contraceptive history betweentwo both groups (all p values > 0.05). Statistical analysis showedthere was no difference in spotting between nomegestrol acetate5 mg or a combination of levonorgestrel 150 mcg and 30 mcgethinylestradiol in Umrah pilgrims (p = 1.000). Other side effectssuch as (dizziness, depression, breast tenderness, heavy limbs,nauseam and vomiting) between the two groups could not beanalyzed because all subjects did not experience any other sideeffects.Conclusion: There is no difference in effectiveness betweennomegestrol acetate 5 mg or combination of levonorgestrel 150mcg and 30 mcg ethinylestradiol as a regimen for delayingmenses in Umrah pilgrims in Palembang city.[Indones J Obstet Gynecol 2018; 6-1: 45-49]Keywords: delay menstruation, ethinylestradiol, levonorgestrel,nomegestrol, side effects, spotting, umrah
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