Nuring Pangastuti, Nuring
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Journal : Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

IIIB-IV Degree Perineal Rupture Repair Using Overlapping and End-to-End Techniques with Pudendal Block Anesthesia Pangastuti, Nuring; Junizaf, Junizaf; Pranoto, Ibnu; Santoso, Budi I; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 3, No. 3, July 2015
Publisher : Indonesian Socety of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (261.26 KB) | DOI: 10.32771/inajog.v3i3.46

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Objective: To compare the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defect, fecal urgency, anal and fecal incontinence after IIIb- IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping and end-to-end technique. Method: An open clinical trial with randomization was carried out in July 2010-April 2012. The population consisted of the patients who underwent vaginal delivery in Dr. Sardjito Central General Hospital, Sleman District General Hospital, as well as Tegalrejo, Jetis and Mergangsan Community Health Centers who did no have complaints of fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and/or fecal incontinence, and suffered IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repaired within less than 24 hours of rupture. The exclusion criteria included conditions in which patients could not undergo repair at the moment (shock, uncooperative patient). Fourty-eight research samples were divided into 2 groups, 24 samples for each of the treatment group (overlapping repair) and the control group (end-to-end repair). Local anesthesia was performed in a pudendal-block manner. Result: Success of the repair was assessed based on the presence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects in the 6-week evaluation after repair. Successful repair was higher in the overlapping group than that of the end-to-end group (94.74% vs 81.25%, p=0.31). Clinically and based on the Fecal Continence Scoring Scale (FCSS), evaluation at weeks II and VI indicated successful repair in both groups. Conclusion: There was no difference in the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects, fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and fecal incontinence, after IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping technique in comparison with end-to-end technique. Keywords: end-to-end technique, III-IV degree perineal rupture, obstetric perineal rupture, overlapping technique
IIIB-IV Degree Perineal Rupture Repair Using Overlapping and End-to-End Techniques with Pudendal Block Anesthesia Pangastuti, Nuring; Junizaf, Junizaf; Pranoto, Ibnu; Santoso, Budi I; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 3, No. 3, July 2015
Publisher : Indonesian Socety of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (261.26 KB) | DOI: 10.32771/inajog.v3i3.46

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Objective: To compare the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defect, fecal urgency, anal and fecal incontinence after IIIb- IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping and end-to-end technique. Method: An open clinical trial with randomization was carried out in July 2010-April 2012. The population consisted of the patients who underwent vaginal delivery in Dr. Sardjito Central General Hospital, Sleman District General Hospital, as well as Tegalrejo, Jetis and Mergangsan Community Health Centers who did no have complaints of fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and/or fecal incontinence, and suffered IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repaired within less than 24 hours of rupture. The exclusion criteria included conditions in which patients could not undergo repair at the moment (shock, uncooperative patient). Fourty-eight research samples were divided into 2 groups, 24 samples for each of the treatment group (overlapping repair) and the control group (end-to-end repair). Local anesthesia was performed in a pudendal-block manner. Result: Success of the repair was assessed based on the presence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects in the 6-week evaluation after repair. Successful repair was higher in the overlapping group than that of the end-to-end group (94.74% vs 81.25%, p=0.31). Clinically and based on the Fecal Continence Scoring Scale (FCSS), evaluation at weeks II and VI indicated successful repair in both groups. Conclusion: There was no difference in the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects, fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and fecal incontinence, after IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping technique in comparison with end-to-end technique. Keywords: end-to-end technique, III-IV degree perineal rupture, obstetric perineal rupture, overlapping technique
Urinary Tract Infection as a Risk Factor for Preterm Delivery: A Tertiary Hospital-Based Study Pangastuti, Nuring; Indraswari, Lathifa N; Prawitasari, Shinta
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume 7 No. 2 April 2019
Publisher : Indonesian Socety of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (55.177 KB) | DOI: 10.32771/inajog.v7i2.667

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ABSTRACT   Background: Preterm delivery is the leading cause of perinatal morbidity and mortality in developing countries. Urinary tract infection is one of the infectious diseases that often occur in pregnant women. Despite, the correlation between bacteriuria, either symptomatic or asymptomatic, and preterm delivery is still controversial. Purpose: To investigate the correlation between the incidence of UTI and preterm delivery. Methods: We conducted a cohort retrospective research using patients medical records. We analyzed the incidence of UTI and preterm delivery from January to December 2015, in Dr. Sardjito Hospital, Yogyakarta. Results: The sample of this study covers medical records of 45 patients with preterm delivery. From total sampel, only 25 patients (55.6%) underwent urinalysis. Of these 25 patients, 15  (60%) had UTIs and all of them had preterm delivery. The result showed 13 (86.7%) of 15 patients with bacteriuria were asymptomatic. Bacteriuria that was found in 15 subjects was not statistically significant when compared to preterm delivery indicated with relative ratio of 1,083 (p = 0,581 > 0,05). Multivariate logistic regression analysis showed that preterm delivery were not directly related to UTI (p = 0.704), gestational age (p = 0.274), symptom of UTI (0.699), history of UTI (p=0.999), and history of coitus (p = 0.872). Conclusion: The study revealed that preterm delivery was not related to UTI. Other causes should be considered. However, the discovery of asymptomatic bacteriuria in patients with preterm delivery indicated that this might be one of the risk factors for preterm delivery. Routine urinalysis test for pregnant woman considered for the prevention.   Keywords: UTIs, preterm delivery, bacteriuria  
IIIB-IV Degree Perineal Rupture Repair Using Overlapping and End-to-End Techniques with Pudendal Block Anesthesia Pangastuti, Nuring; Junizaf, Junizaf; Pranoto, Ibnu; Santoso, Budi I; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 3, No. 3, July 2015
Publisher : Indonesian Socety of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32771/inajog.v3i3.46

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Objective: To compare the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defect, fecal urgency, anal and fecal incontinence after IIIb- IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping and end-to-end technique. Method: An open clinical trial with randomization was carried out in July 2010-April 2012. The population consisted of the patients who underwent vaginal delivery in Dr. Sardjito Central General Hospital, Sleman District General Hospital, as well as Tegalrejo, Jetis and Mergangsan Community Health Centers who did no have complaints of fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and/or fecal incontinence, and suffered IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repaired within less than 24 hours of rupture. The exclusion criteria included conditions in which patients could not undergo repair at the moment (shock, uncooperative patient). Fourty-eight research samples were divided into 2 groups, 24 samples for each of the treatment group (overlapping repair) and the control group (end-to-end repair). Local anesthesia was performed in a pudendal-block manner. Result: Success of the repair was assessed based on the presence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects in the 6-week evaluation after repair. Successful repair was higher in the overlapping group than that of the end-to-end group (94.74% vs 81.25%, p=0.31). Clinically and based on the Fecal Continence Scoring Scale (FCSS), evaluation at weeks II and VI indicated successful repair in both groups. Conclusion: There was no difference in the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects, fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and fecal incontinence, after IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping technique in comparison with end-to-end technique. Keywords: end-to-end technique, III-IV degree perineal rupture, obstetric perineal rupture, overlapping technique
Urinary Tract Infection as a Risk Factor for Preterm Delivery: A Tertiary Hospital-Based Study: Infeksi Saluran Kemih (ISK) sebagai Faktor Risiko Persalinan Preterm: Penelitian Berbasis Rumah Sakit Tersier Pangastuti, Nuring; Indraswari, Lathifa N; Prawitasari, Shinta
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume 7 No. 2 April 2019
Publisher : Indonesian Socety of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32771/inajog.v7i2.667

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ABSTRACT   Background: Preterm delivery is the leading cause of perinatal morbidity and mortality in developing countries. Urinary tract infection is one of the infectious diseases that often occur in pregnant women. Despite, the correlation between bacteriuria, either symptomatic or asymptomatic, and preterm delivery is still controversial. Purpose: To investigate the correlation between the incidence of UTI and preterm delivery. Methods: We conducted a cohort retrospective research using patients medical records. We analyzed the incidence of UTI and preterm delivery from January to December 2015, in Dr. Sardjito Hospital, Yogyakarta. Results: The sample of this study covers medical records of 45 patients with preterm delivery. From total sampel, only 25 patients (55.6%) underwent urinalysis. Of these 25 patients, 15  (60%) had UTIs and all of them had preterm delivery. The result showed 13 (86.7%) of 15 patients with bacteriuria were asymptomatic. Bacteriuria that was found in 15 subjects was not statistically significant when compared to preterm delivery indicated with relative ratio of 1,083 (p = 0,581 > 0,05). Multivariate logistic regression analysis showed that preterm delivery were not directly related to UTI (p = 0.704), gestational age (p = 0.274), symptom of UTI (0.699), history of UTI (p=0.999), and history of coitus (p = 0.872). Conclusion: The study revealed that preterm delivery was not related to UTI. Other causes should be considered. However, the discovery of asymptomatic bacteriuria in patients with preterm delivery indicated that this might be one of the risk factors for preterm delivery. Routine urinalysis test for pregnant woman considered for the prevention.   Keywords: UTIs, preterm delivery, bacteriuria