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Edevi@gmail.comCORRELATION BETWEEN ENTEROBIASIS vermicularis prevalence hygienes WITH INDIVIDUAL IN CHILDREN AGED 5-18 YEARS IN VILLAGE SUB KARANGASEM Kutorejo MOJOKERTO DISTRICT Setiawan, Heru; Mansyur, Mas; Rianti, E. Devi Dwi
Jurnal Ilmiah Kedokteran Wijaya Kusuma 2009: edisi khusus Desember 2009
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Enterobiasis vermicularis parasitic worm infection is a disease characterized by typical symptoms of pruritus ani and other nonspecific symptoms include nausea, abdominal pain, decreased appetite, weight loss and enurisis. Villagers Karangasem district Kutorejo Mojokerto district, taking water from rivers and wells Cangkring times to support its activities. This is an effective way as a medium of transmission besides hygienes Enterobiasis individual was instrumental in the transmission of this disease. From the research we are doing there is a significant correlation between the prevalence Enterobiasis vermicularis with individual hygienes in children aged 5-18 years in the village ofKarangasem district Kutorejo Mojokerto regency, with a count of 98.08 whereas X2 X2 table = 3.84, besides the factor age, sex and education level also affected.
FREQUENCY OPTIMIZATION OF WAVE EXPOSURE AND DOSE TO KILL ultrasonic mosquito larvae Mansyur, Mas; Rianti, E. Devi Dwi; Setiawan, Heru
Jurnal Ilmiah Kedokteran Wijaya Kusuma 2009: edisi khusus Desember 2009
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Mosquito is the one of inflicted insect upon people caused by the lead pard in many indescribable diseases such as malaria, dengue and cikungunya. Mosquito is bring problem for living space especially in decreasing sanitation such flooded area. The disease prevention caused by Mosquito has done in many ways among the others by using insecticide such as DDT, BHC, etc. Insecticide enable to caused poisoned to people and others living creatures. Using uncontrolled insecticide will be give high risk complex. It is a good idea to get a better alternative method. The ultrasonic waves choose as alternative method for its effectiveness and environmental friendliness. The focus of research has been done to have optimum frequency of ultrasonic waves caused highest lethal percentage and to get the dosages or the volume density of energy of ultrasonic waves to destroy Mosquito larva on the whole. As the result of observation and data analysis has done by 50 Mosquito Larva and 50 W ultrasonic powered give the optimum frequency is 86 KHz, with Lethal Percentage is 78%. Besides, is getting the linier relation ship to volume, so that the volume density of energy is 3.95904 kJ/ml.
The Effect of Spider (Menemerus Bivittatus) Silk Protein Topically Administration for Healing of Incision wound on (Rattus Norvegicus) Strain Wistar Alfaris, Muhammad Yusak; Mansyur, Mas
Jurnal Ilmiah Kedokteran Wijaya Kusuma Vol 6, No 1 (2017): Edisi Maret 2017
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The healing of wounds is a natural process of the human body but often medicine is used, for example the use of spider silk. The purpose of this research is to know the effect of the use of spider (Menemerus Bivittatus) silk protein used topically for the healing of incision wounds in the inflammatory phase. This research is a laboratory experiment. The subjects of this research are 18 wistar rats (Rattus Norvegicus strain) that are treated in two different ways. The first is control (K1) with the use of normal saline and the second is treatment (Pl) with the use of spider silk protein topically using wound dressing. The selection of samples is done randomly using the simple random sampling. The hypothesis testing uses the Chi Square testing with α = 0.05. The results of this research shows that the use of spider silk protein topically effects the process of incision wound healing (0,005) in the inflammatory phase (0,000) on Wistar rats.
The Effect of Low Power Ultrasonic Wave Exposure to Suppress Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) In Vitro Mansyur, Mas; Yudaningtyas, Erni; Prawiro, Sumarno Reto; Widjajanto, Edi
Journal of Tropical Life Science Vol 8, No 2 (2018)
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The incidence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection keeps increasing in every part of the world. Currently, the infection prevalence of MRSA has reached 70% in Asia. In Indonesia in 2006 the prevalence was 23.5%; the infection prevalence of MRSA in RS Atmajaya Jakarta reached 47%, in RSUP Dr. Moh. Husin Palembang reached 46%, and RSUD Abdul Moeloek Lampung in 2013 reached 38.4%. MRSA is multiresistant to antibiotics and is hard to kill compared to most other negative gram bacteria. The purpose of this research is to find the lethal power and exposure of ultrasonic waves to kill MRSA, monitoring its ef-fects via changes in shape, size, structure and Gram staining as indicators. The observations were done mac-roscopically by culturing the MRSA in a petri dish filled with Chromagar MRSA medium, while the morpho-logical observations of MRSA were done by SEM, changes in the structure using TEM, and changes in the color of MRSA cells using Gram staining. Ultrasonic wave exposure, at a lethal power = 8.432 watt, killed a significant percentage of MRSA over the control (p = 0.000). The death indicators of the MRSA due to expo-sure to ultrasonic waves of various power were: changes in shape of MRSA affected by ultrasonic power (p = 0.005), changes in size is not affected by ultrasonic power (p= 0.470), the stain of MRSA cell staining from purple to pink affected by ultrasonic power (p = 0.000), all compared with the control. MRSA died due to ne-crosis, with physical evidence of the MRSA death such as mechanical stress marked by swollen MRSA cell, shift cell wall, crack and tears, cavitation marked by pieces of MRSA cell in the field of view due to explosions inside the cell, change to an irregular cell shape, and changes in color from black to transparent.