Mifbakhuddin Mifbakhuddin, Mifbakhuddin
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Hubungan Kadar Pb Dalam Darah Dengan Profil Darah Pada Petugas Operator Stasiun Pengisian Bahan Bakar Umum di Kota Semarang Timur. Mifbakhuddin, Mifbakhuddin; Wahyuningsih, Nur Endah; Suhartono, Suhartono
JURNAL KESEHATAN LINGKUNGAN INDONESIA Vol 6, No 1 (2007): Vol 6, No 1 (2007)
Publisher : JURNAL KESEHATAN LINGKUNGAN INDONESIA

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ABSTRACT Background, Lead (Pb) constitutes as main pollutant in the air of the cities besides the pollution of  sulphur dioxide (SO2), suspended particulate matte (SPM)r, nitrogen oxide (NOX ), and carbon monoxide (CO). The impacts of lead (Pb) exposure on  health are kidney disorder, hypertension, anemia, central nerve disorder, behaviourial changes, fertility disorder, miscarriage, child’s IQ decrease, and the disorder  in formation of hemoglobin. Objective, to find out the correlation between the level of lead (Pb) exposure and the blood profile’s of  gas station workers located in the eastern part of  Semarang City. Method, the research used a  cross sectional design with the number of samples were  39 worker. Independent variable was the level of lead content in blood, while the dependent variable was  blood profile and confounding variables were  health history,  intake of energy and  protein , vitamin B12 , folic acid , vitamin C , the habit of drinking tea, drug use, use of self protective device, smoking habit, and alcohol consumption. Results, the average of blood lead  concentration were measured  13,35 µg/dl, the blood profile that including  the level of haemoglobin, leucocyte, hematocrit, erytrocite, MCV, MCH, MCHC, still in normal limits,  variable of blood lead concentration had significant correlation with the level of hemoglobin and the level of hematocrit,  with  OR = 1,388; 95 %  CI=  1,094 – 1,761  for haemoglobin and OR= 1,358 ; 95 %  CI= 1,095 – 1,685  for  hematocrit respectively. Conclusion, the level of  lead content in  blood which is above normal act as  risk factor of decreasing the level of hemoglobin and hematocrit by 1,388 times and 1,58 times respectively, compared with that of normal level of lead content in the blood.  It is recommended that the gas station worker wear the self protective devices (masker) while working in the gas station in  order to reduce the exposure of lead (Pb) from the motor vehicle exhaust and perform regular medical checkup with certain interval (at least once a year). Key words :Blood lead content, blood profile, gas attendants.
Adsorption of Carbon Monoxide (CO) in a Room by Coconut Shell and Durian Skin Activated Carbons Nurullita, Ulfa; Mifbakhuddin, Mifbakhuddin
Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 12, No 1 (2016): JURNAL KESEHATAN MASYARAKAT (KEMAS) JULY 2016
Publisher : Jurusan Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat Fakultas Ilmu Keolahragaan

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Cigarettes contain more than 4.000 elements, at least 200 of them are harmful to health. The main toxins are tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide (CO). The purpose study was to know ability of coconut shell and durian skin activated carbon as adsorbent of CO. The study was pre-experimental with randomized control group only design. Independent variables are types of activated carbon, the dependent variable is concentration of CO. The results showed the lowest  in durian skin activated carbon that 29 ppm. The average CO decreased on coconut shell is 68,7  ppm, durian skin is 77,478 ppm. One way anova test to see the difference CO in various of activated carbon p value 0,0001, independent t test to see the difference CO reduction  between 2 types activated carbon with p value is 0,0001. Conclusion: there is a differences adsorbtion of CO between coconut shell and durian skin activated carbon.
Adsorption of Carbon Monoxide (CO) in a Room by Coconut Shell and Durian Skin Activated Carbons Nurullita, Ulfa; Mifbakhuddin, Mifbakhuddin
KEMAS: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 12, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Department of Public Health, Faculty of Sport Science, Universitas Negeri Semarang

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Cigarettes contain more than 4.000 elements, at least 200 of them are harmful to health. The main toxins are tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide (CO). The purpose study was to know ability of coconut shell and durian skin activated carbon as adsorbent of CO. The study was pre-experimental with randomized control group only design. Independent variables are types of activated carbon, the dependent variable is concentration of CO. The results showed the lowest in durian skin activated carbon that 29 ppm. The average CO decreased on coconut shell is 68,7 ppm, durian skin is 77,478 ppm. One way anova test to see the difference CO in various of activated carbon p value 0,0001, independent t test to see the difference CO reduction between 2 types activated carbon with p value is 0,0001. Conclusion: there is a differences adsorbtion of CO between coconut shell and durian skin activated carbon.