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Uji Aktivitas Antidislipidemia In Vivo Fraksi Ekstrak Daun Salam (Eugenia polyantha) pada Tikus Galur Wistar yang diinduksi Diet Tinggi Lemak Irmadoly, Nini; Wirajaya, Frandy; Chalista, Shelvia; Fam, Felicia Ivanty; Se, Ha Sakinah
JURNAL KEDOKTERAN DAN KESEHATAN Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Oktober 2014
Publisher : Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Sriwijaya

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Dislipidemia merupakan faktor resiko berbagai penyakit yang masih menjadi masalah besar di Indonesia. Daun salam (Eugenia polyantha) terbukti dapat digunakan sebagai antidislipidemia.Untuk mengetahui fraksi apakah yang berpengaruh terhadap aktivitas antidislipidemia dilakukan penelitian eksperimental secara in vivo dengan desain penelitian Rancangan Acak Lengkap (RAL), hasil yang didapatkan adalahFraksi etil asetat ekstrak daun salam menurunkan kadar trigliserida serum secara bermakna (p=0,033) dan fraksi n-heksan ekstrak daun salam meningkatkan kadar HDL serum secara bermakna (p=0,030).     Kata kunci: Dislipidemia, Fraksi ekstrak daun salam, In vivo
Body Mass Index as a Parameter of Running Speed septadina, indri seta; Suciati, Tri; Se, Ha Sakinah
Bioscientia Medicina : Journal of Biomedicine and Translational Research Vol 3 No 2 (2019): Bioscientia Medicina: Journal of Biomedicine and Translational Research
Publisher : Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Sriwijaya (Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya) Indonesia

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Speed is determined by several factors such as anatomical and physiological factors. Body Mass Index (BMI) is one of an indicator from anthropometric measurement that is relevant to distinguish the capacity and performance of athletes. The aim of this study is to investigate the correlation between BMI and running speed.  It was an observational research with cross-sectional design of 35 students of Athlete High School in Palembang.  students. The primary data was taken from anthropometric measurements (stature meters, weight scales, meters) and assessment of 50 meters running speed tests. Data analysis was executed by using Pearson or Spearman correlation test in SPSS. The BMI of subjects varied from 17.05 to 27.12 with mean 21.48. The running speed of subjects varied from 5.67 to 8.17 m/s, with an average of 6.78 m/s. The bivariate analysis showed that there was a weak negative correlation between BMI and running speed (r = -0160). There was a weak negative correlation between BMI and running speed  (r = -0160). A negative correlation means that the greater BMI then the less time it takes to run at a distance of 50 meters, in other words, the better performance of athletes.