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HEPATITIS C VIRUS INFECTION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: COMPARISON OF THE SURABAYA DIALYSIS CENTER AND JUNTENDO UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DIALYSIS CENTRE santoso, djoko; pranawa, pranawa; Yogiantoro, Moh.; Widodo, Widodo; Wardana, Aditia; Mardiana, Nunuk; Mohani, Chandra Irwanadi; soewanto, soewanto; Shou, Ichiyu; Maeda, Kunimi; Hamada, chieko; Fukui, Mitsumine; Horikoshi, Satoshi; Tomino, Yasuhiko
Indonesian Journal of Tropical and Infectious Disease Vol 1, No 3 (2010)
Publisher : Institute of Topical Disease

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Hepatitis C virus infection is highly prevalence in chronic hemodialysis (HD) patients. The present study will compare prevalence of HCV positive population in difference countries where there are great contrasts in and diversity of care available to patients who have end stage renal disease. All serum samples of the 100 patients were tested for HCV antibodies, using third-generation enzyme immunoassay. The prevalence of anti-HCV was correlated with a history of blood transfusion and with duration of hemodialysis. HCV prevalences were 88% of Surabaya group and 6% of Juntendo Group, respectively. In Surabaya Group, prevalence of HCV positive was high and the risk factors are not only those of the Juntendo Group, but also a combination of poor living conditions, frequent blood transfusions, and lack of adherence. Much needs to be studied about the role of universal screening and effective techniques for primary prevention in Surabaya Group
Effect of Calcineurin Inhibitor on Blood Glucose Level in Non-Diabetic Kidney Transplant Patients Aditiawardana, A; Liani, Fauzia N; Irwanadi, Chandra; Mardiana, Nunuk; Pranawa, P
Indonesian Journal of Kidney and Hypertension Vol 1 No 1 (2018): September - December 2018
Publisher : PERNEFRI (PERHIMPUNAN NEFROLOGI INDONESIA)

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Background Calcineurin inhibitor (CNI) is a class of immunosuppressant agent used in kidney transplant management, known to pose risk for new-onset diabe­tes after transplant (NODAT). Tacrolimus and cyclo­sporine cause NODAT through multiple mechanisms, such as decreasing insulin secretion, increasing in­sulin resistance, and a direct effect on the pancreatic beta cell. Method This is a retrospective study on pa­tients receiving immunosuppressant agents for kidney transplant patients in Surabaya. The immunosuppres­sant agents studied were CNI (tacrolimus and cyclo­sporine) in combination with mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) or azathioprine (Aza) and steroid. The blood glucose measured were fasting blood glucose (FBD) and 2-hour postprandial blood glucose (2PPBG). Ob­jective Aim of this study is to determine the effect of calcineurin inhibitor (CNI) on glucose regulation in the nondiabetic renal transplant patient. Result Fifty-six subjects were included in the study, divided into two groups. One group of 28 patients (50%) received tac­rolimus-MMF-MP and the other group received cyc­losporine-MMF-MP. A significant increase in fasting blood glucose (pre-intervention level 86 ± 6 mg/dl vs post-intervention level 109 ± 34 mg/dl with p = 0.01) and 2-hour postprandial blood glucose (pre-interven­tion level 117 ± 20 mg/dl vs post-intervention level 150 ± 43 mg/dl with p < 0.001) was found in the tacro­limus group. A significant increase was also found in the cyclosporine group, both in fasting blood glucose (pre-intervention value 85 ± 7 mg/dl vs post-interven­tion value 97 ± 22 mg/dl with p = 0.002) and 2-hour postprandial blood glucose (pre-intervention value 119 ± 18 mg/dl vs post-intervention value 148 ± 55 mg/dl with p = 0.001). Tacrolimus was found to have a relative risk of NODAT up to 1.2 fold compared to cy­closporine. Conclusion Tacrolimus poses 1.29 relative risk of NODAT compared to cyclosporine. However, both drugs significantly increase fasting blood glucose and 2-hour postprandial blood glucose in non-diabetic patients receiving kidney transplantation.
Risk Factors for New-Onset Diabetes After Transpant in Kidney Transplant Recipients Pramudya, Dana; Aditiawardana, Aditiawardana; Tjempakasari, Artaria; Irwanadi, Chandra; Mardiana, Nunuk; Pranawa, Pranawa; Widodo, Widodo
Indonesian Journal of Kidney and Hypertension Vol 2 No 1 (2019): January - April 2019
Publisher : PERNEFRI (PERHIMPUNAN NEFROLOGI INDONESIA)

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Background New-onset diabetes after transplant (NODAT) is one of the metabolic complications of kidney transplant surgery. The incident of NODAT varies highly, from 5% up to 53%. Some factors increase the risk for NODAT, such as age, gender, immunosuppressant drugs, among others. The progressivity of NODAT leads to increased cardiovascular risks, making the identification of risk factors crucial. Method Medical records of 56 patients who have undergone kidney transplant throughout 1998 - 2015 were evaluated. Data obtained from the records include age, gender, history of hypertension, dyslipidemia, the use of calcineurin inhibitors (CNI), and familial history of diabetes. Bivariate analysis with crosstabs (for nominal data) was used to analyze the data, with a threshold of p < 0.25 and followed up with multivariate analysis using logistic regression. Result The mean age of subjects was 53.85±12.92 years, with 80.4% of the subjects were male. Pre-transplant hypertension was 46.4%. The CNI used were tacrolimus in 46.4% and cyclosporine in 53.6% of patients. Around 25% of patients have a familial history of diabetes and the mean triglyceride level was 165.83±77.5 mg/dl. NODAT occurred in 18 patients and the majority of occurrence happened in the first year post-transplant. Bivariate analysis shows no significant risk factors, however clinically significant risk factors were gender (male), the CNI drug used (tacrolimus), and familial history of diabetes. Further multivariate analysis showed OR for gender (male) with OR 6.532 (0.735- 58.051), age with OR 5.249 (0.658-41.853)}, and the use of tacrolimus with OR 3.217 (0.895-11.571). Conclusion In this study, the clinically significant risk factors for NODAT were male gender, age, and the use of tacrolimus. However, these risk factors did not show statistical significance. Further study with bigger sample size is needed.
Risk Factors for Urinary Tract Infection in Hospitalized Patients Setyorini, Hadiati; Mardiana, Nunuk; Tjempakasari, Artaria
Biomolecular and Health Science Journal Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Biomolecular and Health Science Journal
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia

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Introduction: Urinary tract infection (UTI) is the most common infection that can be fatal and has higher rate mortality especially in some patient. This study is aim to analyze risk factors for urinary tract infection in hospitalized patients for prevention and more aggressive approach can be taken.Methods: Consecutively, medical records of 285 patients with urinary analysis was recorded for risk factors and urine culture results if suspected UTI. Risk factors for sex, age, urinary catheter, urolithiasis, DM, and immobilization was analyzed with bivariate analysis and multivariate analysis.Results: From 285 patients, 92 patients had UTI with average age was 52.45 years old, 48 (56.49%) were female. Most common pathogen were E. coli (41.3%), Enterobacter sp. (8.8%) and Enterococcus faecalis (7.6 %). From bivariate analysis, geriatric age (>60 years) has RR 1.421 (95% CI 1.015-1.989, p=0.046) and immobilization has RR 1.861 (95% CI 1.266-2.738, p=0.007), whereas sex (RR 1.190 95% CI 0.851 – 1.664, p=0.310), diabetes (RR 1.171 95% CI 0.833 – 1.645, p=0.367), insulin usage (RR 0.900 95% CI 0.519 – 1.561, p= 0.703), glycosuria (RR 1.152 95% CI 0.741 – 1.791, p=0.522), and CKD (RR 1.475 95% CI 0.896 – 2.430, p= 0.126) give insignificant result. From multivariate analysis, urinary catheter has OR 4.506 (95% CI 2.312-8.872, p=0.000), urolithiasis with OR 4.970 (95% CI 1.931-12.787, p=0.001), and hyperglycemia has OR 2.871 (95% CI 1.485-5.551, p=0.002).Conclusion: Geriatric age and immobilization are risk factors for urinary tract infection, and urinary catheter, urolithiasis, and hyperglycemia are independent risk factors for urinary tract infection.