Dwi Aryani, Dwi
Bagian Patologi Klinik FK UGM/RSUP Dr. Sardjito Yogyakarta

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Correlation Plasma Fibrinogen With Intima-Media Thickness of Carotid Artery in Diabetes Mellitus

Indonesian Journal of Clinical Pathology and Medical Laboratory Volume 21 No 1 tahun 2014 (November 2014)
Publisher : PERHIMPUNAN DOKTER SPESIALIS PATOLOGI KLINIK INDONESIA

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Diabetes mellitus is a global problem due to the increase of its prevalence, morbidity and mortality. Diabetes mellitus has chronic complications such as : micro vascular and macro vascular. The macro vascular complications reveal as atherosclerosis. The increase of carotid communist IMT was examined by using USG, which has become the standard for assessing atherosclerosis and recommended by the American Heart Association. Fibrinogen levels have a role in atherosclerosis. This study was design cross-sectionals to know the association between plasma fibrinogen with carotid communist IMT in patients with DM by special examination. The subjects were patients with DM coming to Dr DR. Sardjito Yogyakarta and fulfil the inclusion as well as the exclusion criteria. The examination of fibrinogen was carried out by Claus’s method. The result showed positive correlation between plasma fibrinogen with carotid communist IMT in type 2 diabetes mellitus, r = 0.36 and p = 0.021. There is also positive correlation between age and carotid IMT with r = 0.314 and p = 0.048.

Content Analysis On English Module“Bahasa Inggris”

(JELE) Journal Of English Language and Education Vol 2, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Mercu Buana Yogyakarta

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AbstractThis research is aimed to evaluate the quality of the English module used by students of SMA N 6 Yogyakarta. There were many problems such as mistype, inappropriate content or material, and so on which were found inside the book. Then, the module used by the students should be evaluated on the content to know whether the book met the criteria of good module or not. The research was about case study using content analysis as the method. It used textbook evaluation criteria from Cunningsworth which contained ten aspects of evaluation and compared with the criteria of evaluation from Hutchinson and Waters. The evaluation concerned on the content such as language content and skill, the organization and appearance of the book. The result from Cunningsworth checklist showed that the book got 74. 25% which considered as good book. While the result from Hutchinson and Waters showed 78. 57%. The aspect which got low percentage was vocabulary and reading material, while the rest were considered as good. From evaluation using two concepts from Cunningsworth which compared with the evaluation criteria by Hutchinson and Waters showed a little bit difference. The result showed differences in range 4. 32%.Keywords: module, content analysis, evaluation, and evaluation checklist

IMPROVING 4th GRADE STUDENTS’ LEARNING COMPETENCY THROUGH STUDENT TEAMS ACHIEVEMENT DIVISIONS METHOD

Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 50, No 2 (2017): July 2017
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

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This study aims to improve science learning outcomes through methods of Student Teams Achievement Divisions. Action Research (PTK) is conducted in two cycles. The research procedures based on the Kemmis and Mc Tanggart models include planning, action, observation and reflection phases that are adapted to the Student Teams Achievement Divisions.The results obtained from the implementation of cycle I and II, namely an increase learning outcomes after using Student Teams Achievement Divisions. In comparison the initial conditions, the cycle I and II show the initial conditions only 9 students, or 36%, in the first cycle of 16 students or 64% and the second cycle increased to 23 students or 92%. Based on the results concluded that Student Teams Achievement Divisions learning to improve student learning outcomes with indicators of >70%, which indicates success.