S. Harun
Division of Cardiology, Departement of Internal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta.

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Left ventricular diastolic dysfunction in chronic renal failure patients on chronic hemodialysis in Dr. Cipto-Mangunkusumo Hospital : the association with left ventricular mass Alwi, Idrus; Harun, S.; Prabowo, H.; Soehardjono, Soehardjono; Trisnohadi, HB B.; Rahman, A M.; Ismail, Dasnan
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 15, No 2 (2006): April-June
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Fourty three patients with chronic renal failure undergoing chronic hemodialysis in Division of Nephrology and Hypertension, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia/Cipto-Mangunkusumo Hospital, Jakarta, since October 2003 until February 2004, were examined for echocardiography (2-D, M-mode, Doppler imaging).Diastolic dysfunction was found in 58.1 % of chronic renal failure patients on hemodialysis. There was no significant difference between left ventricular mass in the group with or without left ventricular diastolic dysfunction. (Med J Indones 2006; 15:105-8)Keywords: Left ventricular mass, diastolic function, chronic renal failure, hemodyalisis
The correlation between hs C-reactive protein and left ventricular mass in obese women Alwi, Idrus; Harun, S.; Sukmoko, Satrio; Soewondo, Pradana; Waspadji, Sarwono; Soegondo, Sidartawan
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 15, No 2 (2006): April-June
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Plasma C-reactive protein (CRP) concentrations are increased in obese individuals. In this study, we examined the correlation between hsCRP and left ventricular mass (LV mass). Fourty five healthy obese women and fourty five healthy non obese women as the controls group were studied by echocardiography and hsCRP. There was no significant correlation between hsCRP and left ventricular mass in obese women (r = 0.29, p 0.06). There was a significant correlation between hs CRP and body mass index (r = 0.46, p 0,002), and also hsCRP and visceral fat (r= 0.33, p 0.03). (Med J Indones 2006; 15:100-4) Keywords: hs C-reactive protein, LV mass, obese women
Left ventricular diastolic dysfunction in type 2 diabetes mellitus patient without cardiovascular disease: the association with microalbuminuria Alwi, Idrus; Harun, S.; Soehardjono, Soehardjono; Nugroho, Nugroho; Waspadji, Sarwono; Rahman, A. M.; Ismail, Dasnan
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 14, No 3 (2005): July-September
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Twenty-eight cases of type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) without any cardiovascular disease were recruited from the Department of Metabolic-Endocrine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia / Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo General Hospital, Jakarta. Recruitment of the study began in October 2001 and was completed by December 2001. Participants were examined for echocardiography and microalbuminuria urinary examination. Diastolic dysfunction was found in 73.7% of type 2 diabetic patients without microalbuminuria and 66.7% in type 2 diabetic patients with microalbuminuria. Neither type 2 diabetic groups with nor without microalbuminuria indicated any significant association to the occurrence of diastolic dysfunction. (Med J Indones 2005; 14: 169-72)Keywords: microalbuminuria, diastolic dysfunction, type 2 diabetes mellitus
Clinical Manifestation of Acute Myocardial Infarction in the Elderly Suryadipradja, Miftah; Dewabrata, Wahyu; Harun, S.; Alwi, Idrus; Hakim, Lukman; Effendy, Shufrie
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 12, No 4 (2003): October-December
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A retrospective study were performed in patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI) that hospitalized in ICCU Cipto Mangunkusumo hospital, Jakarta during the period of January 1994 until Decmber 1999. There were 513 patients hospitalized with MCI, 227 patients (44.2%) were classified as elderly, and 35.2% of them were female. Most of the elderly AMI patients reported typical chest pain just like their younger counterparts. Elderly AMI patients tend to come later to the hospital, and more Q-wave myocardial infarction were identified compared to non- Q-wave myocardial infarction. Risk factors of diabetes mellitus and hypertension were more common among the elderly. The prevalence of atrial fibrillation and the mortality rate were higher among elderly AMI patients. (Med J Indones 2003; 12: 229-35) Keywords: clinical manifestation, acute myocardial infarction, elderly
Characteristics of myocardial infarction in young patients at Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Jakarta Abdurahman, N.; Hutabarat, M.; Harun, S.
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 7, No 3 (1998): July-September
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Anti-thrombin III, Protein C, and Protein S deficiency in acute coronary syndrome Ismail, Dasnan; Harun, S.; Alwi, Idrus; Tambunan, Karmel L.; Effendy, Shufrie
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 11, No 2 (2002): April-June
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The final most common pathway for the majority of coronary artery disease is occlusion of a coronary vessel. Under normal conditions, antithrombin III (AT III), protein C, and protein S as an active protein C cofactor, are natural anticoagulants (hemostatic control) that balances procoagulant activity (thrombin antithrombin complex balance) to prevent thrombosis. If the condition becomes unbalanced, natural anticoagulants and the procoagulants can lead to thrombosis. Thirty subjects with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) were studied for the incidence of antithrombin III (AT III), protein C, and protein S deficiencies, and the result were compare to the control group. Among patients with ACS, the frequency of distribution of AT-III with activity < 75% were 23,3% (7 of 30), and only 6,7% ( 2 of 30 ) in control subject. No one of the 30 control subject have protein C activity deficient, in ACS with activity < 70% were 13,3% (4 of 30). Fifteen out of the 30 (50%) control subjects had protein S activity deficiency, while protein S deficiency activity < 70% was found 73.3.% (22 out of 30). On linear regression, the deterministic coefficient of AT-III activity deficiency to the development ACS was 13,25 %, and the deterministic coefficient of protein C activity deficient to the development of ACS was 9,06 %. The cut-off point for AT-III without protein S deficiency expected to contribute to the development of vessel disease was 45%. On discriminant analysis, protein C activity deficiency posed a risk for ACS of 4,5 greater than non deficient subjects, and AT-III activity deficiency posed a risk for ACS of 3,5 times greater than non deficient subjects. On binary logistic regression, protein S activity acted only as a reinforcing factor of AT-III activity deficiency in the development of ACS. Protein C and AT III deficiency can trigger ACS, with determinant coefficients of 9,06% and 13,25% respectively. Low levels of protein C posed a greater risk of ACS than low levels of AT III. Protein S deficiency was a reinforcing factor on AT-III deficient to development of ACS. The cut-off point of AT-III without protein S deficiency expected to give single vessel disease was 45%, and 9,5% for the development of triple vessel disease. (Med J Indones 2002; 11: 87-92)Keywords: acute coronary syndrome, Anti-thrombin III, Protein C, Protein S