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JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR
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Journal of Widya Medika Junioris our faculty's very first project in publishing the students' research, making them available for both students and faculty members to read. It is an endeavour to nurture our students' passion in doing scientific research through which process they will be encouraged to develop critical thinking, academic writing, an in-depth analysis of a particular topic using scientific method, and eventually produce knowledge.
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Correlation Between Body Mass Index With The Incidence Of Preeclampsia Tjipto, Claudia A.; Warsanto, JA; Pramono, Adi
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Introduction: Indonesia is on its way to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s) of reducing the maternal mortality ratio by three-quarters between 1990 and 2015. Preeclampsia was the second cause of maternal mortality in Indonesia that was 7-10% from all maternal mortality that happened. Preeclampsia is a disease that occurs during pregnancy, which usually appear after 20 weeks and is characterized by an increase in blood pressure during pregnancy (systolic/diastolic ≥140/90 mmHg) with proteinuria and edema. Research shows an association between high Body Mass Index with an increase in the occurrence of preeclampsia. Aim: This research purpose is to determine the correlation between Body Mass Index with incidence of preeclampsia. Methods: This research used an observational analytic cross-sectional design. The sample used was 46 data from mother with preeclampsia and 46 from mother with normal pregnancy. The data used were secondary data from X hospital on January 2014 until December 2015, selected based on the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Data analysed using Spearman test. Result: Preeclampsia was significantly correlated to high body mass index (p=0,000, correlation coefficient is 0,632), where 58.7% of obese mothers, 28.26% of overweight mothers were diagnosed with preeclampsia, while only 8.7% of normal weight mothers, and 4.34% of underweight mothers had preeclampsia. Conclusion: The results showed that there was a significant correlation between Body Mass Index and preeclampsia , suggesting that mothers with high body mass index were at a higher risk of preeclampsia
The Correlation Of Body Mass Index And Age With Disability Rate In Patients With Grade Ii-Iv Knee Osteoarthritis According To Kellgren-Lawrence At Rs Phc Surabaya Khudrati, Wilson Christianto; Handoyo, Henry Ricardo; Nugroho, Nunung
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Introduction: Knee osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that is most common in adults and the elderly in many countries. Incidence of osteoarthritis is increased steadily over the last 15 years. Currently, there is still no simple therapy to cure osteoarthritis disease. Therefore, it is very important to find the risk factor of osteoarthritis to do etiology prevention. Aim: The purpose of this study is to discover the correlation of body mass index and age with disability rate in patients with Grade II-IV Knee Osteoarthritis. Methods: This research is an observational analytical study using cross sectional approach. The sampling techniques used was purposive sampling. Data collection was done by interviewing respondents using KOOS-PS questionnaire. Result: There is a significant, strong correlation between body mass index and disability rate in patients with knee joint OA (r=0.661). However, there is no significant correlation between age and knee joint OA disability (r=0.150). A moderate correlation is found, respectively, between body mass index and the grade of knee joint OA (r=0.424) and also between age and the grade of knee joint OA (r=0.352). Conclusion: There is a significant correlation between body mass index and disability rate of patients with knee joint OA.
Correlation Between Candida Albicans Colonization Growth And The Addition Of 5%, 10% And 40% Dextrose Level On Saboraud Dextrose Agar Tamara, Abelia; Anggowarsito, Jose L.; Waworuntu, Gladdy L.
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Introduction : Candida albicans is normal flora that can be found on skin, oral mucosa and digestive tract. This organism are commensal or non pathogenic, but when there is other predisposition factor, this commensal tendency may become pathogenic to the human body. In Diabetes Mellitus patients with high blood sugar level can affect Candida Albicans infection events. Aim: The purpose of this research is to prove whether there is a correlation between Candida Albicans colonization growth and the addition of 5%, 10% and 40% Dextrose level on Saboraud Dextrose Agar (SDA). Method: This research is a true experimental research with post test only group design observed in 11 days. Samples are from 15 strains of Candida Albicans cultured in Saboraud Dextrose Agar without the addition of Dextrose, with the addition of Dextrose 5%, 10% and 40% in eleven days and the development were noted. The growth of Candida albicans is observed from the diameter growth. Result: in the culture of Candida albicans in 11 days. Data analysis using Kruskal Wallis with data signification (α = 0,05) obtained P 0,000 (P
The Correlation Between Total Calories And Protein Intake With Serum Albumin Level Of Post-Surgical Patients Saputra, Ivan; Arifin, Fransiscus; Suyono, Handi
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Introduction: Post-surgery diet is a set of foods that are given to patients after surgery. Nutritional management in post-surgical patients are often neglected despite the fact that patients require additional calories due to metabolic stress. Nutritional deficiency can impair wound healing since it is a process that requires protein to form collagen tissue. Aim: This study aims to determine the relationship between total calories and protein intake with serum albumin level of post-surgical patients. Methods: This study used an observational analytic design with cross-sectional approach. The sample was gathered using consecutive sampling technique. Study population were all post-surgical patients of Dr. Mohammad Soewandhie Hospital Surabaya aged 30-64 years whose medical records taken in June 2016. There are 32 respondents who met the inclusion criteria. Result: There was a significant correlation between the total calories intake with serum albumin level (r = 0.354; p = 0.047) and between total protein intake with serum albumin level (r = 0.545; p = 0.001). Conclusion: There is a positive correlation between total calories and protein intake with serum albumin level in post-surgical patients.
The Correlation Between Family History, Constipation, Defecation Position, And Defecation Time And Hemorrhoid On Patient In General Surgery Outpatient Clinic Dr. Mohamad Soewandhie Regional Public Hospital Surabaya Tevin, Lovita Roderica; Arifin, Fransiscus; Pramono, Adi
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Background: Hemorrhoid is one of the most common anorectal problem. Definite etiological cause(s) are still unknown but there are many risk factors that are found to be responsible for the development of hemorrhoid. Elimination and modification of these risk factors are the keys toward the effective control and prevention of hemorrhoid. Aim: This study aims to analyze the correlation between family history, constipation, defecation position, and defecation time and hemorrhoid among patient in general surgery outpatient clinic Dr. Mohamad Soewandhie Regional Public Hospital Surabaya. Methods: This was an analytic observational study with cross-sectional design. Sampling was conducted with purposive sampling technique. Coefficient contingency test was done to analyze correlation between bivariate variables. Fifty-six patients in June and July 2016 were given questionnaire and patient’s medical records were taken to know the presence of hemorrhoid. Results: There was a correlation, respectively, between family history and hemorrhoid (C=0,329; p=0,009), constipation and hemorrhoid (C=0,474; p=0,000), between defecation position and hemorrhoid (C=0,395; p=0,001), and between defecation time and hemorrhoid (C=0,448; p=0,000). Conclusion: The incidence of hemorrhoid could be affected by family history, constipation, defecation position, and defecation time.
The Effectiveness Of Saline Nasal Spray Therapy On Changes In Nasal Mucociliary Transport Time In Patient With Allergic Rhinitis Subagiarta, I Komang A; Hadi, Wiyono; Isbandiati, Endang
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Introduction: Treatment for allergic rhinitis as a disease that can impact on the quality of life, work productivity, school performance, and disturbances in the physiological function of the nose with recurring symptoms need more effective treatment. Nasal wash solution with isotonic saline in nasal spray method (Saline Nasal Spray) is known to reduce the symptoms of allergic rhinitis by clearing secretions, reduces edema, and remove harmful ingredients that go along with breathing air. The purpose of this study ledge used for the effectiveness of Saline Nasal Spray to changes in nasal mucociliary transport time patients with allergic rhinitis. Methods: Experimental research of pre-post test with control group design. Mucociliary transport time was measured using the saccharine test 20 samples in the group treated with saline nasal spray treatment and 20 samples in the control group without saline nasal spray. Result: Based on the analysis, Mann-Whitney for the treatment group and the control group obtained significant results p = 0.000 (p
Antibacterial Effect Of Curcuminoid Silica Nanoparticle To Escherichia Coli Bacteria Hendrawan, Bobby; Novita, Bernadette D; Hendrata, Adi P
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Background: Escherichia coli is one of the main bacteria that cause urinary tract infection. In the past few years, Escherichia coli’s susceptibility to antibiotic has been decreased and causing antibiotic resistance. Furthermore, Curcuma longa plant has been used daily by the population as a cooking spice, and evidently has an antibacterial effect on some bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumoniae, and Escherichia coli. Curcumin as the active ingredients of Curcuma longa has a low water solubility and poor absorption so that silica nanoparticle usage will help the solubility and absorption problem of Curcumin. Aim: This study aimed to know the antibacterial effect of Curcuminoid silica nanoparticles to Escherichia coli. Methods: This research is an in vitro experimental study and checking by using a microdilution method and observed with a spectrophotometer. Results: There is 60,6% inhibition obtained at 1000 μg/mL. MIC and MBC were not obtained at 62,5 μg/mL to 32000 μg/mL. Conclusion: Curcuminoid silica nanoparticles has no antibacterial effect against Escherichia coli.
Effect Of Tai Chi Qigong On Aerobic Capacity In Elderly Examined By Using 6-Minute Walk Test Rachman, Maria J; Kurniawati, Patricia M; Nugroho, Nunung
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Introduction: The derivation of aerobic capacity affects elderly greatly, that is why prevention is needed. One of the example is exercise, such as Tai Chi. Aim: This research is a pre-experimental study to discover the effect of Tai Chi on aerobic capacity in elderly. Methods: Tai Chi intervention is given over the course of 8 weeks or 40 meetings, with a maximun of 5 times a week meetings, each has duration of 60 minutes. Qigong style Tai Chi is used. Aerobic capacity is rated by using 6-Minute Walk Test (6MWT) which followed by counting in the result to a regression formula to get VO2max. A total of 17 samples are succeed to satisfy the inclusion and exclusion criterias, as well as completing the whole research with more than 75% exercise attendance. The data retrieval of 6MWT is done before intervention, on the fourth week, and after intervention. Results: There is a derivation of aerobic capacity in elderly, from 25,103070 ml/kg/min (before intervention) to 24,4344 ml/kg/min (fourth week) unsignificantly (p=0,234). There is an escalation of aerobic capacity in elderly from 24,4344 ml/kg/min (fourth week) to 25,248976 ml/kg/min (after intervention) significantly (p=0,04). There is an escalation of aerobic capacity in elderly, from 25,103070 ml/kg/min (before intervention) to 25,248976 ml/kg/min (after intervention), but it is unsignificantly escalated (p=0,800). Conclusion: Tai Chi Qigong has not give a significant effect on aerobic capacity in elderly during the 8-weeks intervention or 40 meetings.
Analysis Of Antibacterial Effect Of Curcuminoid With Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles On Staphylococcus Epidermidis Erwin, Ferdinand; Novita, Bernadette D; Prawesti, Galuh N
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Introduction: The rate of antibiotic resistance in Staphylococcus epidermidis is high. The previous study shows that 79% of Staphylococcus epidermidis bacteria isolated were resistant to Methicillin, while 98% were resistant to Penicillin. The active substance Curcuminoid in Turmeric is known to have an antibacterial effect. Nowadays, nanoparticle-based medicine has been developed which can increase bioavailability and solubility in the water, as well as the cellular uptake. Aim: The study aimed to analyze the inhibitory and killing effect of Curcuminoid from Turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) with mesoporous silica nanoparticles against Staphylococcus epidermidis Methods: This research performs a microdilution test of Curcuminoid with mesoporous silica nanoparticles at concentration 2000 – 32000 μg/mL against Staphylococcus epidermidis on the microplate. The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) and minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC) were obtained from its optical density value after evaluating its turbidity on the spectrophotometer. Results: In this research found the MIC of Curcuminoid with mesoporous silica nanoparticles against Staphylococcus epidermidis was at the concentration of 32000 μg/mL. Conclusion: Curcuminoid from turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) with mesoporous silica nanoparticles has an inhibitory effect against Staphylococcus epidermidis
Correlation Between Depression And Blood Pressure In Eldery At St. Yosef Nursing Home Surabaya Gozali, Ferry S; Sarvasti, Dyana; Isbandiati, Endang
JOURNAL OF WIDYA MEDIKA JUNIOR Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Introduction: Population of elderly in Indonesia is increasing every year, it’s caused by success of development in many sectors, especially health sector. Elderly will undergo process of degeneration which affect their health. Many factors can affect their health, one is mental health. Depression is the most common mental health problem faced by the elderly. Elderly have a greater risk of depression than younger adults. In depressed patients there are changes in the levels of hormones and neurotransmitters in the body. It can cause changes in organ function one of which is the change in blood pressure. Aim: The purpose of this study is to find the correlation between depression and blood pressure in the elderly in St. Yosef nursing home. Methods: This study uses an analytic study with the cross-sectional design and then analyzed using the Spearman test. This research was conducted in St. Yosef nursing home Surabaya on June 16, 2016 until June 19, 2016. The population of this study is 140 people. 46 of the 140 respondents are respondents who comply the criteria. Result: Thirty seven (37%) were diagnosed as mild depression, eigth point seven (8,7%) were diagnosed as severe depression, and twenty three point nine (23,9%) were diagnosed as hypotension. Respondent with depression (mild and severe) and hypotension is seventeen point four (17,4%). Statistical test using Spearmen corellation test shows a significant result with p=0,048 Conclusion: The result showed significant, so it can be concluded there is a correlation between depression and blood pressure in the elderly.

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