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Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia (Journal of Pharmaceutical Indonesia) is a place to share information among researchers, pharmaceutical Indonesian observers. Through this journal, various studies to be distributed to users optimally. The journal is published by the Center for Biomedical and Health Technology Association.
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Kajian Peraturan Perundang-Undangan Tentang Iklan Obat dan Peran Serta Masyarakat dalam Pengawasannya Supardi, Sudibyo
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 3 (2009)
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The problem of study is the drugs advertising control in print media and broadcast media have been done, but many of them deviated from the legislation. The aims of study are to describe of the legislation articles related to the drug advertising and the community participation in drug advertising control. Method of study is analysis secondary data of legislation articles related to the drug advertising and public participation. The Study based on the laws, government regulations, health ministers regulations, local regulations until a decision letters. The data analysis based on understanding article by article of legislation about the drug advertising. The results show that : 1. The drug advertising must be objective, complete and not misleading which published after approved by health ministry, 2.The drug advertising control is undertaken by The National Agency of Drug and Food Control. The cooperation with various organizations should be done to decrease deviating drug advertising from the legislation, 3. The Community participation in the drug advertising monitoring is in the complaint form to The National Agency of Drug and Food Control or the non government organizations related to drug advertising. The drug consumers if harmed by drug advertising can protest through the approach of administration punishment, the civil law, and the criminal law.   Key Words: drug, drug advertising, drug advertising control, community participation
Penyakit Peptik dan Misoprostol Raini, Mariana; Isnawati, Ain
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 3 (2009)
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Peptic mucus synthesize especially prostaglandine E2 and I2. Prostaglandine E2 and I2 can impede acid secrete and stimulate mucus and bicarbonate secretion. Misoprostof, a synthetic methyl ester analogue of prostaglandin is both a powerful inhibitor of gastric secretion and is able to protect the gastroduodenal mucosa from damage. Misoprostol and other prostaglandine derivatives can be alternative drug of peptic ulcer relapse because the metyl ester of prostaglandin exert an antisecretion and protective effects on peptic mucus. The clinical effectiveness of misoprostol is comparable to cimethidin in short term treatment of peptic and duodenum ulcer as well as reducing duodenal ulcer relapse. Misoprostol may prevent gastrointestinal and peptic ulcer in long term treatment of Non Steroid Anti Jnflamation Drug. The side effect of misoprostol is cervix maturation and uterotonic. This article describe misoprostol effictiveness on peptic and duodenum ulcer treatment.   Key Words: Misoprostol, Peptik ulcer, Sitoproteksi
Kajian Upaya Pengembangan Ramuan Battra Di Kabupaten Kutai Kartanegara Widowati, Lucie; Murniwati, Murniwati
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 3 (2009)
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The growth of the number of Traditional Healers at Kutai Kartanegara Regency increases. including the Traditional Healer of remedies. using medicinal plants. The presence of herb. Traditional Healers indirectly in improving health and this condition needs to be proved by a survey to Traditional Healers with remedies of medicinal plant, using a questionnaire instrument. Traditional Healers profiles obtained from interviews using a questionnaire that de cribes Traditional Healers characteristics, sources of knowledge, permission practices, place I space of practice, patient records etc. It is of concern is that almost all Tradilional Healers not yet registered with the local Ministry of Helth and have no record of the patient. While in the case of the medicinal plants used by Traditional Healers, problems that arise are very varied although for medicinal plants I complaints I same disease. Rationality number of medicinal plants, how making the right ingredients, dosage of medication use and how long t o use these medicinal plants, needs to be studied to assure safety of use and provide the expected properties. The assessment results will be the direction of further development is still traditionally used or will be carried out research into herbal standardized, phytopharmaca, even into the drug with the specific active compounds, so that can be directed to the acquisition of patents. In the framework of guidance covering the above matters, suggested the existence of cooperation and coordination with the Faculty of Medicine Faculty of Pharmacy, or who are in the province of East Kalimantan.   Key Words: Kutai Kartanegara, Traditional Healers with Medicinal plants
Gambaran Kualitas Air Minum Di Jabodetabek Tahun 2007-2009 Alegantina, Sukmayati; Isnawati, Ani; Raini, Mariana
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 3 (2009)
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The greater the public awareness of health can be ascertained from the number of people who determined the water used for drinking water.Water determination is one of the programs in Pharmacy and Chemistry Laboratory in Center for Biomedic and Pharmacy, Ministry of Health. Water sample is determined chemically and physically ba ed on the parameter requirements by the Regulation of Ministry of Health (Permenkes) No.907/Menkes/SK/VII/2002. The design of the study is cross-sectional, the samples are waters from Jakarta, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi (Jabodetabek), and outside Jabodetabek. The water samples are obtained from people who requested to determine their drinking water during period 2007-2008. The amount of  the water samples are 1668. Water determination is done both physically and chemically. Physical water determinations are including odor, TDS (total of dissolved solids), flavour, temperature, turbidity, and colour. Chemical water determinations are Nitrit, Ferrum, hardness, Chloride, Manganese, pH, Sulfate, Sulfide, and organic substances. Based on the results, the result shows that 27,5% of water determinations are not recommended to drink because it contained high concentration of Manganese (7,6%), Ferrum (7,2%), turbidity (2,4%) and colour (2,5%). The ratio of the samples which is not recomended to drink towards total sample in one area of Tangerang is 52.0%. Based on sampling water depth >100m, the ratio of the samples which is not recomended to drink towards the total sample that collected from the depth >100m sample is 64.2%.   Key Words: water qualitiy, Jabodetabek
Efek Mutagenik Ekstrak Etanol Daun Kembang Sungsang (Glorioso superba L.) Sundari, Dian; Pudjiastuti, Pudjiastuti
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 3 (2009)
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Efficacy of a plant can be caused by chemical compounds contain, on the other hand can cause toxic effects. Toxic effects of chemicals can be defined as the potential of chemicals to poison the bodies of people who are exposed. kembang sungsang (Gioriosa superba Linn.) including Colchicaceae families. Plants used empirically for treatment of Gout, diuretic, rheumatism, etc. Mutagenicity is a test to determine the possibility of compounds are mutagens. To see if these plants have the effect of mutagens, mutagenicity tests performed 70% ethanol extract of the leaves kembang sungsang. Mutagenicity studies conducted by the Ames method using jive test bacterial strains that have been transferred are: Salmonella typhimurium TA 98, TA 100, TA 1535, TA 1537 and Escherichia coli WP2uvrA with and without metabolic activator S-9. The dose tested was 125, 250, 500, 1000, and 2000 µl/plate. As a negative control was DMSO solution of 100 µl/plate. The results showed that the mutagenic test 70% ethanol extract of leaves Kembang sungsang, with the addition activator without the addition of S-9 did not have the effect of mutagens.         Key Words: Kembang sungsang  (Glorioso superba Linn.) Leaf extract, mutagenic activity
Pengaruh Meniran (Phyllanthus niruri L) Terhadap Patogenesis Infeksi Salmonella Sunarno, Sunarno
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2009)
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Typhoid/paratyphoid disease is a major problem in Indonesia. Management of therapy including the use of immunomodulator must be developed continuously. In this case Phyllanthus niruri L is immunomodulator that has been useful to increase the animal and human immunity. The purpose of this study was to know the influence of Phyllanthus niruri L on the Salmonella infection focusing on spleen bacterial colonies. The experiment was designed with post test-only control group to 18 BabiC Mice infected by Salmonella typhimurium divided into one control group and two experimental groups which have given Phyllanthus niruri L of 3x0.125 mg/day (P1) and 3x0.25 mg/day (P2) orally. Statistical analysis was used Oneway ANOVA test. The research result showed that treatmen P1 had significant influence to decrease spleen bacterial colonies compared to control group.   Key Words: Phyllanthus niruri L, Immunomodulator, Salmonella
Pengembangan dan Potensi Pala (Myristica fragransi) Alegantina, Sukmayati; Mutiatikum, D.
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2009)
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History has shown that Indonesia is the greatest producer of nutmeg since XV century. In fact, about 60% of the world supply of nutmeg is produce in Indonesia, where nutmegs are commonly used as both spices and food. Beside, a few use it as an oil and balsam. In other counties, nutmeg is used as material for trimiristin production, which is a main substance of myristic acid and alcohol in cosmetic industry. Data have shown that Indonesian´s export of nutmeg to USA is rally high, especially for the nutmeg´s production. The price of trimiristin is relatively high when synthesized from myristic acid and alcohol. Therefore, the development of new techniques for the isolaton of timiristin from nutmeg may decrease the production costs. Furthermore, trimiristin production can be hugely increased, due to the large quantity of nutmeg produced in Indonesia.   Keywords: Nutmeg, Development, Myristic Acid, Myristic Alcohol
Uji Gelagat dan Uji Analgesik Ekstrak Etanol Daun Kembang Sungsang (Gloriosa superba L) pada Hewan Coba Pudjiastuti, Pudjiastuti; Nugroho, Yun Astuti
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2009)
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Gloriosa superba L belongs to the Colchiceae family. These vine plants reach 2.5 m in height and can grow at 400 m above sea level. The leaves contain chemical compounds such as alkaloid colchisin, glorisin and triterpen which possess analgesic  properties. Many studies have been conducted in the tubers of such plants but scientific information on the efficacy of the leaves as analgesic have not thus far been published. Therefore, in this work a study was conducted to test behavior and analgesic efficacy of compounds in the Gloria superba L. leaves extracted with ethanol. The results showed !he influence on the central nervous system and analgesic effects at doses of extract for 2 mg/100g body weight of mice and it´s no significant different with asetosal (p< 0,05).   Key Words: Behavior test, Analgesic test, Gloria superba L, Leaves
Efek Daun Dewa (Gynura pseudo-china Aug D.C.) terhadap Peningkatan Trombosit Tikus Putih yang Diinduksi Hidroksi Urea Winarno, M. Wien; Suciati, Yesi; Sediarso, H.
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2009)
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Daun dewa (Gynura pseudo-china Aug. DC), empirically used as anti-inflammation, anti­ diare, anti-tumor, and anti-fungus Additionally, it also used to prevent blood vessel contriction, and stimulate the immune system. The leaf from Daun Dewa empirically used to dengue fever treatment. In this study, 25 white rats Wistar strain were used which is divided into 5 groups : 1) control group, 2) study group, which is divedid into 3 doses (100 mg, 200 mg, 400 mg/200g body weight) and 3) the normal control group (without induced). Hydroxy urea dose 27 mg/200 g body weight 2 times a day for induced The treatment given 8 days dividing and every 2 days once done taking 0,5 ml of blood via the tail vein. Result showed ethanol leaf extract of Daun dewa dose 100 mg,200 mg, and 400 mg/ 200 g body weight increase thrombocyte. Incease thrombocyte going on forth day after the test dose, and the sixth day amount thrombocyte have reached normal.   Keywords: Daun dewa (Gynura pseudo-china Aug. DC), ethanol extract, thrombocyte
Situasi Pencatatan dan Pelaporan Efek Samping Alat Kesehatan Beresiko di Rumah Sakit Herman, Max J.; Raharni, Raharni; Sasanti, Rini
Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia Vol 1, No 2 (2009)
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The incidences of adverse effects of medical device used in hospitals either as an allergic reaction, user error or as a device malfunction have been much revealed in mass media up to this moment. In an attempt to develop an assessment and monitoring system of risky medical device in hospitals, a study to explore the medical device adverse effects in type A, B and C hospitals in four provinces (North Sumatera, DKI Jakarta, West and East Java), including psychiatric, Haji and district hospitals which were selected purposively, was carried out in 2006. Data were collected by interview using questionnaire and focus group discussion as well as direct observation. Study results show that in general the number and kind of medical devices depend on the hospital type and status. Hospital of the A type had more medical devices than type B and C hospitals. Psychiatric hospitals had just several risky medical devices, whereas educational hospitals had many more medical devices.Several adverse effects that were found and ever happened concerning the use of risky medical devices are among others the skin inflammation caused by overdoses in thermodermal therapy, renal inflammation and hematoma following the ultrasonic destruction of renal stone, depigmentation of CT scan operator facial skin and symptoms of anemia in radioisotope and X-ray operator.   Key Words: medical device, adverse effects, hospitals

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