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Journal of Respirology Indonesia
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Thoracic Ultrasonography Lyanda, Apri; Antariksa, Budhi; Syahruddin, Elisna
Journal of Respirology Indonesia Vol. 31 No.1 Januari 2011
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Ultrasonography was noninvasif device that used wave with high frequency above 20.000 hertz ( >20 kilohertz) for result organ structure image from the body
Neurological Clinical Symptoms and CT Scan Brain Images of Non Small Cell Lung Carcinoma Patients With Brain Metastasis In Persahabatan Hospital Yulianti, Dian; Syahruddin, Elisna; Hudoyo, Achmad; Icksan, Aziza
Journal of Respirology Indonesia Vol. 31 No.1 Januari 2011
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Background. Brain is one of the common sites of distant metastasis in patients of lung cancer, and incidensof brain metastasis in lung cancer is considered high. In Non-small Cell lung cancer guide line, brain CT doneif the neurological symptoms occured. Therefore analysis of diagnostic approach related to brain metastasesis needed.Methods. Prospective analysis of 35 patients newly diagnosed cases of brain metastases in NSCLC. Crosssectional study with additional analysis to find relationship of clinical symptom to result of CT brain over periodeJuly 2008-August 2009 in Persahabatan Hospital. Data were analysed as regards to the presence/absence ofneurogical symtomps. Prognostic approach was applied to analyze survival rate.Results. We found that 85,7% patients brain metastases with neurological symptomatic and 14,3%asymptomatic. Five (14,3%) patients with more than one neurologycal symptoms. Depend on stage and celltype of which 27 (77,1%) with adenocarcinoma, 21 (62,9%) with T4, 17 (48,6%) N0 and patients with soliternodule 8 (22,9%). There’s no correlation between neurologycal symptom and brain metastases. Mediansurvival time of lung cancer patients with brain metastases are 11 month.Conclusion. The majority lung cancer patients with brain metastasis have neurological symptoms. The mostbrain metatases found in patient with adenocarcinoma, T4 and N0. Median survival was increased in treatedpatientsKeywords : Lung cancer, NSCLC, Brain metastases, Neurological symptoms.
Factors Associated to Success Tuberculosis Therapy of Co-infection TB-HIV Patients in Persahabatan Hospital, Jakarta-Indonesia Dikromo, Ngatwanto Parto; Antariksa, Budhi; Nawas, Arifin
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Introduction. Annually 239 TB new cases found in every 100.000 citizens with HIV prevalence among TBpatients was estimated 0,8% nationwide. Study of anti tuberculosis therapy success rate on co-infection TBHIVpatient is lacking. Therefore, it is important to analyze proportion of positive or negative acid fast bacilli(AFB) test and multiple drug resistance (MDR) and also factors associated to success tuberculosis therapy onco-infection TB-HIV patients.Method. Cross sectional study was conducted using medical record of total sampling 83 co-infection TB-HIVpatients of Persahabatan Hospital during January 2005 to December 2008Result: Characteristic of co-infection TB HIV patients was 33,7% positive AFB; 86,7% with wide lesion; and98,8% infiltrate lesion. Only 7,2% patient with pleural effusion. Lesion at middle and lower lobes of lung foundin 78,3%, and 41% at upper lobes. Success rate of tuberculosis therapy is 74,7%. Reggresion analysis foundthat factors associated to success tuberculosis therapy are total lymphocyte count, type of lesion, sex andsmoking.Keyword : co-infection TB-HIV, acid fast bacilli (AFB), tuberculosis therapy, success rate
The Positive Result Of Cytology Brushing At Flexible Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy Compared with Transthoracic Needle Aspiration in Central Lung Tumor Wahyuni, Titis Dewi; Swidarmoko, Boedi; Rogayah, Rita; Hidayat, Heriawati
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Background. To establish a cytology or histologic diagnosis in a patient with suspected lung cancer, flexiblebronchoscopy is an essential step in the workup. The value of obtaining brushing during fiberoptic bronchoscopyin the workup lung cancer is optimizing. This study aims to determine whether the diagnostic yield of flexiblebronchoscopy sampling procedures in patients with lung cancer was dependent on tumour location.Design. A survey descriptive study to find positivity result of cytology brushing at flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopycompared with transthoracic needle aspiration performed in 40 central lung tumor patient from January 2009to Desember 2009Setting. Bronchoscopy laboratorium Persahabatan Hospital, JakartaResult. Study founded the cytology analysis of brushing was positive for malignancy in 20 cases (50%), andthe cytology analysis of transthoracic needle aspiration was positive for malignancy in 32 cases (80%). Studyfounded relationship among endobronchial lesions to tumor size. Study did not found relationship amongendobronchial lesions to location and type of cancer. Of 40 patients who underwent fibreoptic bronchoscopyexamination, brushing were performed, respectively. For patients with bronchoscopically-visible tumours,yielded diagnostic specimens for lung cancer in 50 percent of patients, respectively. Brushing was likely to bediagnostic in patients with tumours in the right upper lobe bronchi. The diagnostic yields were influenced bythe bronchoscopically-mass or non-mass and tumor size.Conclusion The diagnostic yields of bronchoscopic sampling procedures were dependent on tumour visibilityduring bronchoscopy and location of bronchoscopically-visible tumours.There was a trend toward highercombined diagnostic yield in brushing and transthoracic needle aspiration when compared one modality. (p=0,002)Keywords: Lung cancer, bronchoscopy; brushing
Contribution of Respiratory System in VO2 Max Dawoes, Muchsin; Kiyatno, Kiyatno; Suradi, Suradi
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Background : Multifactorial influence on VO2 max e.g respiratory, cardiovascular, O2 transport and tissuebiochemicalsystem. The purpose of this study to explore contributional respiratory system to VO2 max onvariety of sport.Method : The study were done from June to August 2008 among 155 sport athletes of 7 sport fields usingsimple random sampling based on minimal sample size. There are 85 athletes met the defined inclusiveand exclusive criterion who were measured accordingly with; (1) spirometric, tidal volume (2) hemoglobinconsentration with cyanmethemoglobine measured (3) Astrand Step Test, VO2 max followed by (4) pulsmeterheart rate determination. Data analysis were done by regression and ANAVA.Results : The results shows that contributional levels of respiratory, O2 transport and cardiovascular systemare 12,32%; 36,97% and 45,51% accordingly.Conclusions : The respiratory contributional levels is under the contributional levels of cardiovascular or O2transport system.Keywords : VO2, cardiovascular, O2
PEMETREXED, the example of succesfull a clinical research base on ABG (Academician, Business and Goverment) Hudoyo, Achmad
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