Susy Suswaty
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IMAGE QUALITY ANALYSIS 4 CHAMBER SECTIONS OF CARDIAC MRI WITH AND WITHOUT UTILIZING SHIM VOLUME IN THE STEADY STATE FREE PRECESSION SEQUENCES Wicaksono, Clinton Johan Ade; Suswaty, Susy; Apriantoro, Nursama Heru; Sasongko, Ary
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies Vol 1, No 3 (2018): March 2018
Publisher : Faculty of Vocational Education, Universitas Airlangga

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Background: Cardiac MRI examination is relatively rare in Indonesia. The effect of the use of volume shim on moving organs, such as the heart is relatively unknown and noticed by radiographers and cardiologists. Objective: To analyse the image quality of 4 chamber sections of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging with and without the use of shim volume on Steady State Free Precession (SSFP) sequences so that it can determine the most optimum 4 chamber images to maintain the diagnostic value by physician. Method: This research is designed through quantitative analytic approach with experiment method. The total samples used are 13 subjects ranging from 7 to 80 years old and 5 respondents and the sample undergone into a series of examinations of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Afterward, the 4 chamber sections in SSFP sequence were given different treatment, namely, with and without the use of shim volume. The result will be assessed by the respondents and then it will be done by non-parametric Wilcoxon Two-Sample Test and parametric Paired Sample T Test. Results: Thereafter, the result of statistic from the respondent assessment is that the quality of anatomy images has p=(0.113) whereas the p=(0.354) for the degree of artefact images and clarifies that the anatomy image quality and the degree of artefact is not too much different. Conclusion: The conclusion of the research is with and without the use of shim volume is not too significant to affect the quality of 4 chamber images.
THE DESIGN OF RADIOLOGY VIEWING BOX USING POTENTIOMETER SYSTEM Diartama, Anak Agung Aris; Suswaty, Susy; Priantoro, Win; Sudiyono, Sudiyono; Sugiyanto, Sugiyanto; Anwar, Muhammad Choiroel; Latifah, Leny; Santjaka, Aris; Amri, Faisal; Mulyantoro, Donny Kristanto
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health

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Background: In the process of work to gain the maximum results, a radiologist needs a viewing box tool to read radiographs. Aims: to create a viewing box tool by using a potentiometer system. Methods: This study used applied research method by creating and using the design of viewing box tool by using a potentiometer system and testing the viewing box tool created by using a Lux meter and 15 respondents consisting of five radiologists and 10 radiographers who should fulfill the questionnaire form. Results: The mean of viewing box illumination reached 220 lux. The results of the questionnaire showed that 100% radiologist gave an A (excellent) and expressed that the viewing box tool created could be used properly and 90% radiographers provided an A (excellent) and expressed that the viewing box tool created could be used properly, while 10% radiographer gave a value of B (moderate). Conclusion: viewing box tool created could be used properly and obtained optimal results as a tool in reading radiographs. Potentiometer system contained in the viewing box was very helpful in reading radiographs because it allowed to adjust the light intensity according to user needs. 
The design of radiology viewing box using light emitting diode and potentiometer Diartama, Anak Agung Aris; Suswaty, Susy; Priantoro, Win; Sugiyanto, Sugiyanto; Sudiyono, Sudiyono; Anwar, M. Choiroel; Latifah, Leny; Santjaka, Aris; Amri, Faisal; Mulyantoro, Donny Kristanto
Global Health Management Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Yayasan Aliansi Cendekiawan Indonesia Thailand (Indonesian Scholars' Alliance)

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Background: In the process of work to gain the maximum results, a radiologist needs a viewing box tool to read radiographs. Therefore, the authors want to develop a viewing box tool, which in general the work if this tool resembles the factory manufactured tool. The viewing tool box made can adjust the intensity of the light produced.Objective: to create a viewing box tool by using a potentiometer system.Methods: This study used applied research method by creating and using the design of viewing box tool by using a potentiometer system and testing the viewing box tool created by using a Lux meter and 15 respondents consisting of five radiologists and 10 radiographers who should fulfill the questionnaire form.Results: The mean of viewing box illumination reached 220 lux. The results of the questionnaire showed that 100% radiologist gave an A (excellent) and expressed that the viewing box tool created could be used properly and 90% radiographers provided an A (excellent) and expressed that the viewing box tool created could be used properly, while 10% radiographer gave a value of B (moderate).Conclusion: viewing box tool created could be used properly and obtained optimal results as a tool in reading radiographs. Potentiometer system contained in the viewing box was very helpful in reading radiographs because it allowed to adjust the light intensity according to user needs.Keywords       :  Viewing box, Potentiometer Bibliography   : 1980-2011