Murdani Abdullah
Division of Gastroenterology, Department of Internal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia/Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo General National Hospital

Published : 186 Documents
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Blood Transfusion Strategy in Gastrointestinal Tract Bleeding: Liberal or Restrictive Madina, Ummi Ulfah; Abdullah, Murdani
The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Digestive Endoscopy Vol 15, No 3 (2014): VOLUME 15, NUMBER 3, December 2014
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Gastrointestinal tract bleeding is an emergency problem, which is frequently found. The manifestations of gastrointestinal tract bleeding vary, ranging from massive bleeding which is life threatening until occult bleeding that is not sensed by the patient. One of the main objectives in the management of gastrointestinal tract bleeding is stabilizing patient’s hemodynamic, either by using infusion of crystalloid, colloid, or even with the administration of blood transfusion. In massive gastrointestinal tract bleeding, administration of red blood cells transfusion may be life saving. However, in cases where bleeding is not profuse, the safest and most effective blood transfusion strategy is still controversial. Until now, there is no trial that gives information regarding safety and effectiveness of liberal or restrictive transfusion strategy in lower gastrointestinal tract bleeding. However, for most patients with gastrointestinal bleeding, with or without portal hypertension, it is better to postpone blood transfusion until the hemoglobin level decrease to less than 7 g/dL.Keywords: gastrointestinal tract bleeding, blood transfusion, liberal, restrictive
Management of Complicated Colonic Diverticulosis Humardani, Ariadi; Syam, Ari F; Abdullah, Murdani; Basyir, Ibrahim; Abdullah, Arman A
The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Digestive Endoscopy VOLUME 7, ISSUE 1, April 2006
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Prevalence of diverticular disease has been increasing worldwide in concert with the development of industrial era and the alteration of diet pattern to low dietary fiber. Mean age of patients is 60 years; peak incidence at age more than 50 years, 20% less than 50 years, 2-8% less than 40 years. About 50 - 90% of diverticular disease are left-sided especially sigmoid, while in Asian people are mostly right sided. The usual complaint of patient is abdominal pain. Complications that may occur due to diverticulosis are diverticulitis, abscess, fistula, obstruction and bleeding. The presence of complicated diverticulosis can be evaluated by plain X-rays, CT-scan, barium with contrast, ultrasonography and colonoscopy in addition of laboratory examination. The management of complicated diverticulosis usually consists of combination of medical therapy and surgery. Proper and immediate treatment will influence the prognosis of patients.   Keywords: diverticular diseases, diverticulitis, abscess, fistula, obstruction, bleeding
The gastro-esophageal reflux disease questionnaire using Indonesian language: A language validation survey Simadibrata, Marcellus; Rani, Aziz; Adi, Pangestu; Djumhana, Ali; Abdullah, Murdani
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 20, No 2 (2011): May
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Background: The aims of this study were to test the usefulness of the Gastro-esophageal Reflux Disease Questionnaire (GERDQ) in the diagnosis of GERD, to validate the GERDQ written in Indonesian language, and to evaluate the reliability of the GERDQ for use in Indonesian-speaking GERD patients (Virginia study).Methods: This was a prospective survey of 40 patients diagnosed with GERD, based on an endoscopic examination, in 3 cities in Indonesia (Jakarta, Bandung, and Surabaya) from 15 January to 15 May 2009. Patients were asked to complete the GERDQ, and the validity and reliability of the questionnaire were assessed.Results: The percentages of respondents who reported symptoms lasting 4–7 days were as follows: 68% had a burning sensation behind the breastbone (heartburn); 65% had stomach content (fluid) move upwards to the throat or mouth (regurgitation); 70% had a pain in the centre of the upper abdomen; 58% had nausea; 63% had difficulty sleeping because of the heartburn and/or regurgitation; and 63% took additional medication for heartburn and/or regurgitation. Cronbach’s alpha was 0.83, indicating that all of the questions in the Indonesian-language GERDQ are valid and reliable for Indonesian GERD patients.Conclusions: This study achieved the primary objectives and showed that the GERDQ is valid and reliable for use with Indonesian-speaking GERD patients. The results were consistent with those of the DIAMOND study, which showed that the GERDQ can be used to diagnose GERD on the basis of the reported symptoms. (Med J Indones 2011; 20:125-30)Keyword: GERD, GERDQ, Reliability test, Validity test, Virginia study
Effect of enhanced external counterpulsation therapy on myeloperoxidase in lowering cardiovascular events of patients with chronic heart failure Rampengan, Starry H.; Setianto, Budhi; Posangi, Jimmy; Immanuel, Suzanna; Prihartono, Judo; Siagian, Minarma; Kalim, Harmani; Inneke, Sirowanto; Abdullah, Murdani; Waspadji, Sarwono
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 22, No 3 (2013): August
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Background: Chronic heart failure (CHF) is a slowly progressive disease with high morbidity and mortality; therefore, the management using pharmacological treatments frequently fails to improve outcome. Enhanced external counterpulsation (EECP), a non-invasive treatment, may serve as alternative treatment for heart failure. This study was aimed to evaluate the influence of EECP on myeloperoxidase (MPO) as inflammatory marker as well as cardiac events outcome.Methods: This was an open randomized controlled clinical trial on 66 CHF patients visiting several cardiovascular clinics in Manado between January-December 2012. The subjects were randomly divided into two groups, i.e. the group who receive EECP therapy and those who did not receive EECP therapy with 33 patients in each group. Myeloperoxidase (MPO) as inflammatory marker was examined at baseline and after 6 months of observation. Cardiovascular events were observed as well after 6 months of observation. Unpaired t-test was use to analyze the difference of MPO between the two groups, and chi-square followed by calculation of relative risk were used for estimation of cardiovascular event outcomes.Results: MPO measurement at baseline and after 6 months in EECP group were 643.16 ± 239.40 pM and 422.31 ± 156.26 pM, respectively (p < 0.001). Whereas in non EECP group, the MPO values were 584.69 ± 281.40 pM and 517.64 ± 189.68 pM, repectively (p = 0.792). MPO reduction was observed in all patients of EECP group and in 13 patients (48%) of non-EECP group (p < 0.001). Cardiovascular events were observed in 7 (21.21%) and 15 (45.45%) of patients in EECP and non-EECP groups, respectively (p = 0.037).Conclusion: EECP therapy significantly decreased the level of MPO as inflammatory marker and this decrease was correlated with the reduction of cardiovascular events in CHF patients. (Med J Indones. 2013;22:152-60. doi: 10.13181/mji.v22i3.584)Keywords: CHF, cardiovascular events, EECP, myeloperoxidase
A comparison of 5 or 7 days of rabeprazole triple therapy for eradication of Helicobacter pylori Syam, Ari F.; Abdullah, Murdani; Rani, Abdul A.; Nurdjanah, Siti; Adi, Pangestu; Djumhana, Ali; Tarigan, Pangarapen; Wibawa, I. D.N.
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 19, No 2 (2010): May
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Aim A combination of PPI and 1000 mg amoxicillin/500 mg clarithromycin twice daily for 2 weeks has been proven effective in the eradication of H. pylori. Most studies suggested that treatment for 7 and 10 days may be equally effective. Few data are available on the efficacy of 5-day triple therapy. Aim of this study was to compare 5-day and 7-day rabeprazole triple therapy for eradication of H. pylori infection.Methods We prospectively studied 60 consecutive H. pylori-infected patients who came to hospitals in six centres in Indonesia and who underwent upper endoscopy and biopsy. H. pylori infection was confirmed if two rapid urease tests (Pronto Dry) and histology or urea breath test were positive. Patients were assigned to either an open-labelled 5-day or 7-day course of oral amoxicillin 1000 mg b.i.d., clarithromycin 500 mg b.i.d., and rabeprazole 10 mg b.i.d. (RAC). Four weeks after therapy, all patients had a repeated UBT for evaluation of the presence of H. pylori.Results Of the 60 patients (42 males and 18 females) with mean age (± SD) 47.63 ± 13.93 years, range 21–74 years, 25 patients (41.7%) had 5-day treatment and 35 patients (58.3%) had 7-day treatment. With 5-day treatment, 18 patients (72%) and with 7-day treatment 32 patients (91.4%) became negative for H. pylori infection. The eradication failure was found on 7 patients (28.0%) in 5-day treatment and 3 patients (8.6%) in 7-day treatment.Conclusions The study showed that the eradication of H. pylori infection by triple rabeprazole-based treatment in 7-day is still better than in 5-day. (Med J Indones 2010; 19:113-7)Keywords: H. pylori, rabeprazole, triple therapy
Chronic Inflammation in Colorectal Carcinogenesis: Role of Inflammatory Mediators, Intestinal Microbes, and Chemoprevention Potency Tedja, Irwin; Abdullah, Murdani
The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Digestive Endoscopy VOLUME 14, NUMBER 1, April 2013
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Colorectal carcinogenesis is a multi-factorial process which involves accumulation of genetic defect, protein modification, and cell interaction with matrix in colonic epithelial cells. Chronic inflammation is suspected to play role in carcinogenesis by inhibiting apoptosis, impairing DNA, and chronically stimulating mucosal proliferation. Alteration in intestinal microbes’ population, either in one particular species or in overall composition, may also cause chronic inflammation which increase the risk of developing adenoma or carcinoma.Inflammatory mediators and intestinal microbes have diverse effect in colorectal carcinogenesis. Several may increase host anti-tumor immunity, while the others may increase tumor growth. Various ways of interactionshave just started to be partially understood. In addition, colorectal cancer chemoprevention is a promising and important knowledge due to limited success of current available therapy. Chemopreventive agents are currentlybeing studied and have different success rate.Keywords: inflammation, microbes, chemoprevention, carcinogenesis, colorectal cancer
Upper Gastrointestinal Abnormalities in Esophagogastroduodenoscopy Examination: Descriptive Study in PSUPAU Endoscopic Unit Pribadi, Julwan; Sedijono, Sedijono; Suryantini, Suryantini; Simadibrata, Marcellus; Syam, Ari Fahrial; Abdullah, Murdani; Fauzi, Achmad; Makmun, Dadang; Manan, Chudahman; Daldiyono, Daldiyono; Rani, Abdul Aziz
The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Digestive Endoscopy VOLUME 9, ISSUE 3, December 2008
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Background: The Endoscopy Unit of Indonesian Air Force Central Hospital Dr. Esnawan Antariksa, Jakarta, Indonesia, has just been established in late 2004 and it is still in developing process. This study was aim to depict the profile of patients who underwent esophagogastroduodenoscopy procedure in the unit. Method: This study was a retrospective study that analyzed data in endoscopic registry of patients who underwent esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) examination from September 2004 to December 2007. Result: Total of 108 patients underwent EGD examination, comprised of 66 (61%) males and 42 (39%) females, with average age of 45.4 years old (range 16-77 years old). The most frequent indication for EGD was dyspepsia 63%, followed by hematemesis-melena 26% and dysphagia 5.5%. Among patients with dyspepsia, EGD revealed organic abnormalities in 71% patients, with descriptions of erosive gastritis 35%, gastritis 18%, bile reflux 7%, esophagitis 5% and gastric ulcer 3%. Among patients with hematemesis-melena, EGD revealed abnormalities, which were described as erosive gastritis 48%, esophageal varices bleeding 22%, gastric ulcer 18%, caustic injury 4%, and esophagitis 4%. Conclusions: EGD is an important procedure to ascertain the occurence of organic abnormalities in patient with gastrointestinal symptoms and signs e.g. dyspepsia and gastrointestinal bleeding. More than half of patients with dyspepsia showed organic abnormalities. Among patients with hematemesis-melena, erosive gastritis is more common than variceal bleeding. Keywords: esophagogastroduodenoscopy, dyspepsia, upper gastrointestinal bleeding, hematemesis melena
Diagnostic Problems in Crohnƒ's Disease: A Case Report Zakaria, Rio; Fauzi, Achmad; Abdullah, Murdani; Syam, Ari Fahrial
The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Digestive Endoscopy VOLUME 12, NUMBER 3, December 2011
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Crohn’s disease is marked by transmural inflammation of the digestive tract and is categorized into inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). In Indonesia, Simadibrata et al, reported 20% from 107 patients who experienced non-infective chronic diarrhea, actually suffered from IBD. A 33-year old male patient complained of watery stool since 3 months before hospital admission. He experienced stabbing stomachache and loss of body weight. Physical and laboratory examination results were within normal limits. Faecal analysis revealed intestinal infection caused by gram-negative bacteria and intestinal maldigestion. Colonoscopy examination exhibited the presence of hyperemic mucosa, edematous, and positive cobblestone appearance in the terminal ileum. Additionally, the histological evaluation showed the impression of chronic ileitis usually found in IBD. Meanwhile, moderate pangastritis was obtained in the esophagoduodenoscopy examination. results of histological biopsy of the antrum showed absence of Helicobacter pylori infection. An active lesion in chronic ileitis was found in immunohistochemistry examination. Acid fast bacterial culture was also performed to the ileum tissue and revealed negative results in clinical microbiology examination. From the examinations conducted, patient was diagnosed as Crohn’s disease and treated with budesonide capsule 3 mg and mesalazine tablet 1,000 mg twice daily. Later, he felt improvement of the complains. This case illustrated Crohn’s disease which is rarely found in Indonesia. This is because diagnosis requires supporting examinations which could only be done in tertiary health care facilities. However, possibility of other diagnosis should be considered, particularly intestinal tuberculosis and infective colitis. Early diagnosis and prompt treatment may improve patient’s prognosis and quality of life. Keywords: IBD, Crohn’s disease, positive cobblestone
Risk Factors for the Occurrence of Erosive Esophageal in Patients with Dyspepsia Setyawati, Katharina; Abdullah, Murdani; Syam, Ari Fahrial
The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Digestive Endoscopy VOLUME 11, NUMBER 1, April 2010
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Background: The prevalence of erosive esophagitis tends to increase recently. It induces higher medical expense, loss of working time, and decreases quality of life. However the study on risk factors of erosive esophagitis scarcely reported in Indonesia. This study aimed to find the association between age, sex, smoking, alcohol drinking, body mass index, hiatal hernia, the use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID), and drugs that decrease lower esophageal sphincter (LES) tone with the occurrence of erosive esophagitis in dyspeptic patients. Method: A case-control study was conducted on patients with dyspepsia who underwent upper gastrointestinal endoscopy procedure and had been interviewed to determine risk factors for erosive esophagitis in July - September 2008. The association between risk factors and the occurrence of erosive esophagitis were analyzed using Chi-square, which subsequently revealed p < 0.25, this variable included in multivariate analysis. Result: There were 135 patients fulfilled criteria; 45 patients as cases and 90 patients as controls. The association was found between the occurrence of erosive esophagitis in dyspeptic patients and smoking more than 15 cigarette/day (OR 15.43; p = 0.00; CI 95% 4.77-49.88), the use of NSAID (OR 9.49; p = 0.00; CI 95% 2.77-32.53) and the consumption of drugs that decrease LES tone (OR 3.56; p = 0.02; CI 95% 1.26-10.02). Conclusion: Smoking more than 15 cigarettes/day, use of NSAID and drugs that decrease LES tone is a risk factors for the occurrence of erosive esophagitis. Keywords: erosive esophagitis, NSAID, smoking, drugs that decrease LES tone
Through-the-scope Polyethylene Balloon Dilations in Benign Corrosive Esophageal Stricture Complicated with Temporomandibular Joint Dislocation Arsita, Elli; Fauzi, Achmad; Gunawan, Jeffri; Renaldi, Kaka; Syam, Ari Fahrial; Abdullah, Murdani; Simadibrata, Marcellus; Makmun, Dadang; Manan, Chudahman; Rani, Abdul Aziz; Daldiyono, Daldiyono
The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Digestive Endoscopy VOLUME 13, NUMBER 1, April 2012
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Esophageal dilation is a non-surgical management for anatomic and functional abnormalities causing both benign and malignant esophageal stricture. The basic goals of stricture dilation include safe and efficacious lumenal enlargement plus prevention of restenosis. These could be achieved using through- the-scope (TTS) balloon dilations, ranged in diameter of 4 to 40 mm, they will allow dilation of previously inaccessible strictures in the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, and colon. There are 5,000–15,000 cases of stricture due to ingestion of corrosive substances in United States every year. The following case would demonstrate a 28-year-old male with depressive disorder who attempted a suicide by ingesting corrosive substances two months before admission. Subsequently he started having difficulty in swallowing even soft foods. The complaint was gradually increasing until a month before admission he went through endoscopic examination and a corrosive esophageal stricture found. Hence after, he underwent dilation using Savary bouginage with fluoroscopy and through-the-scope (TTS) balloon dilations. The patient underwent a series of dilation treatment and demonstrated vigorous improvement. Problems raised as the patient was complicated with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dislocation due to traumatic injury after ingesting corrosive substances. The consideration in management of esophageal stricture with complications will be discussed further in this article. Keywords: esophageal stricture, corrosive substances, dysphagia, temporomandibular joint dislocation, through-the-scope polyethylene balloon dilation
Co-Authors Aan Santi Abdul A. Rani Abdul Aziz Rani Abdullah, Arman Adel Achmad Fauzi Adang Bachtiar Adeputri Tanesha Idhayu Afifah Is Ahmad Fauzi Ahmad Soefyani Ahmar Abyadh Aida Lydia, Aida Akmal Taher Alexander, Reinaldo Ali Djumhana Ali Imron Yusuf Amanda P Utari, Amanda P Anastasia Yoveline Andri Sanityoso Ari F Syam Ari F. Syam Ari Fahrial Syam Ariadi Humardani Arman A Abdullah Artati Murwaningrum, Artati Ascobat, Purwantyastuti Aziz Rani Azzaki Abubakar, Azzaki Birry Karim Bona Adhista Budhi Setianto Budi Tan Oto Budiman Bela Budiman Budiman C Martin Rumende Ceva Wicaksono Pitoyo Chairul R Nasution Chudahman Manan Chyntia Olivia MJ Cleopas Martin Rumende Czeresna Heriawan Soejono Dadang Makmun Daldiyono Daldiyono Daldiyono Hardjodisasto Daldiyono Hardjodisastro Dante Saksono, Dante Dasril Nizam Deddy Gunawanjati Dewantoro, Okto Dharmeizar Dharmeizar Dharmika Djojoningrat Diah Rini Handjari Diany N Taher Djumhana A Dolly Dolven Kansera Dono Antono Dyah Purnamasari E. Mujaddid Edy Rizal Wahyudi Ekowati Rahajeng Ellen Susanti Elli Arsita Em Yunir, Em Ening Krisnuhoni Eric Daniel Tenda Evy Yunihastuti Fransiska Hardi Fumiaki Kitahara Gaol, Donnie Lumban Giri Aji, Giri Guntur Darmawan Hamzah Shatri Harini Oktadiana, Harini Harmani Kalim Harry Isbagio Haryana, Sofia M Haryanto Surya Hasan Maulahela, Hasan Hasan Mihardja Hayatun Nufus Hazim, Ahmad Herdiman T Pohan Herdiman T. Pohan Hiroyuki Otsuka Hotmen Sijabat I. D.N. Wibawa Ibrahim Basir Ibrahim Basyir Idrus Alwi Ifransyah Fuadi, Ifransyah Ikhwan Rinaldi Ilum Anam, Ilum Imam Subekti Indra Marki Inge Sutanto Ingrid S. Surono Irfan Maulani Iris Rengganis Irsan Hasan Irwin Tedja Iskandar, Rizka Puteri Ivo Novita Sah Bandar Jacobus Albertus Jane Estherina Jeffri Gunawan Jeffry Beta Tenggara Jimmy Posangi Joseph JY Sung Judo Prihartono Julwan Pribadi Jumhana Atmakusuma Jusman, Sri W Kahar Kusumawidjaja, Kahar Kaka Renaldi Kartini, Diani Katharina Setyawati Kemalasari, Indira Kemalasari, Indira Khie Chen Khomimah Khomimah, Khomimah Kuntjoro Harimurti Laras Budiyani, Laras Lie Khie Chen Lies Luthariana Lili Indrawati M Purnomo Isnaeni M Usman SM Marcellus Simadibrata Marcellus Simadibrata K Marthino Robinson Masayuki A Fujino Masayuki A. Fujino Masdalina Pane Maulana Suryamin, Maulana Meriza, Tanggo Minarma Siagian Moch Ikhsan Mokoagow Mochamad Iqbal Hassarief Putra, Mochamad Iqbal Hassarief Mohammad Adi Firmansyah Mondrowinduro, Prionggo Muhadi Muhadi, Muhadi Muhammad Artisto Adi Yussac MUHAMMAD SYAFIQ Muhammad Yamin Lubis, Muhammad Yamin Mulia Mulia Nana Supriana Nanda N. Muhammad, Nanda N. Nata Pratama Novie Rahmawati Zirta Nully Juariah M Nur Rasyid Nur Riviati, Nur Nury Dyah, Nury Pambudi, Joko Rilo Pamela Abineno Pamela Abineno Damaledo Pangarapen Tarigan Pangestu Adi Paulus Kusnanto Primariadewi Rustamadji Purwantyastuti Purwantyastuti Purwita W Laksmi, Purwita W Rabbinu Rangga Pribadi Raden Nur Ista Rahmad Mulyadi, Rahmad Ralph Girson Rambe, Dirga S. Ratu Ratih Kusumayanti Riahdo Saragih Rianto Setiabudy Rino A Gani Rino Alvani Gani Rio Zakaria Risa Ismadewi, Risa Rizki Yaruntradhani Ronald Irwanto, Ronald Rumende, Cleopas M. Ryan Ranitya Sabarudin, Adang Saleha Sungkar Salius Silih Sarwono Waspadji Sedijono Sedijono Seri Mei Maya Ulina Sirowanto Inneke Siti Nurdjanah Siti Setiati Sonar S. Panigoro Starry H. Rampengan Steven Sumantri Sudirman Katu, Sudirman Suhardjono Suhardjono Suharko Soebardi Suhendro Suhendro Suhendro Suwarto, Suhendro Sukamto Koesnoe Sumariyono Sumariyono Surono, Ingrid S Suryantini Suryantini SUWIJIYO PRAMONO Suzana Ndraha Suzanna Immanuel Tadashi Sato Tito Ardi Tjahjadi Robert Tedjasaputra Toman L Toruan Tonny Loho TR Fitriyani, TR Tri Juli Edi T Ummi Ulfah Madina, Ummi Ulfah Ummu Habibah, Ummu Velma Herwanto Vera Yuwono Wirasmi Marwoto Wulyo Rajabto Yohana Sitompul, Yohana Yonathan, I Wayan Murna Yuichiro Kojima Yustar Mulyadi Zubairi Djoerban