Sudigdo Sastroasmoro
Department of Child Health, Medical School, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta.

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FACTORS AFFECTING SCHOOL PERFORMANCE IN CHILDREN WITH RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE S., Arief Hermanu; Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo; Madiyono, Bambang; Oesman, Ismet N.
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 41 No 11-12 (2001): November 2001
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14238/pi41.6.2001.299-304

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The aim of this study was to determine the association between school performance and age, sex, duration of illness, educational achievement prior to illness, socioeconomic status of family, parent?s educational level, number of children in the family and severity of the disease of patients with rheumatic heart disease (RHD). Subjects were patients with RHD treated at the Division of Cardiology, Department of Child Health, Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital Jakarta. The parameters of school performance were educational achievement, absent of school and dropout. All data were processed by using Epi-Info program to find out bivariate analysis and Statistic Program for Social Sciences (SPSS) for multivariate analysis. We obtained 80 patients with RHD; most of them were of mild severity (64 of 80%) and the remainder 16 (20%) with severe disease. There were 44 (55%) males and 36 (45%) females. Most parents (42 or 53%) had junior high school educational level, most of them, 23 (29%) had elementary school education, and 3 (4%) illiterate. Bivariate and multivariate analyses showed that severity of disease and parental educational level were associated withschool performance of patients with RHD, but age, sex, duration of disease, premorbid educational achievement, socio-economic level of the family and number of children in family were not.  
NATURAL HISTORY OF PREMATURE THELARCHE: REVIEW OF 60 GIRLS Batubara, Jose R. L.; Suranto, Adji; Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo; Tridjaja, Bambang; Pulungan, Aman B.
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 41 No 11-12 (2001): November 2001
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14238/pi41.6.2001.279-83

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In Indonesia report on the natural history of premature thelarche is very limited. Daily practice requires physicians to have some basic practical knowledge, among others the natural history of premature thelarche, in order to manage these patients properly. We reviewed data of 85 premature thelarche patients who visited our department from January 1989 until December 1998. Only 60 patients met the study criteria. The mean chronological age of the patients at diagnosis was 43.4 months. About half of these patients (31/60) were diagnosed before they were 2 years old. Half of the patients had bilateral breast involvement. The hormonal pattern showed 24/48 follicle stimulating hormone predominant-response. Most patients (33/47) showed normal plasma estradiol level. Bone age analysis was normal in 46/57 patients, and only 9 showed accelerated bone age. Pelvic ultrasonography showed prepubertal reproduction organs in 26/35. Vaginal smears showed signs of estrogenization with various degree of stimulation in 13 patients. At the end of observation the outcome of premature thelarche were: 31 regressed, 19 persisted, 6 had progressive breast development and 4 progressed to central precocious puberty. The initial clinical and laboratory characteristics of those who developed CPP varied. Among 31 premature thelarche patients who regressed, 21 had onset of breast enlargement before age of 2 years. In most of the regressed patients (20/31), regression occurred completely within the first year. Most premature thelarche patients with onset before 2 years will regress within one year after diagnosis. 
EARLY KANGAROO MOTHER CARE VS. CONVENTIONAL METHOD IN STABILIZING LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANT: PHYSIOLOGIC PARAMETERS (PRELIMINARY REPORT) Suradi, Rulina; Yanuarso, Piprim B.; Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo; Dharmasetiawani, Nani
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 42 No 11-12 (2002): November 2002
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14238/pi42.6.2002.273-9

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Background Kangaroo mother care (KMC) has been accepted as an effective method in nursing low birth weight infant (LBWI). However, the application of this method in the early life of infants has not been studied in Indonesia.Objective To evaluate some physiologic parameters of LBWI treated with early KMC compared to conventional method.Methods This was a randomized clinical-trial, which compared early KMC to conventional method in stabilizing LBWI in the first 4 hours of life. All LBWI (birth weight 1500-2499 g) bom at Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital and Budi Kemuliaan Matemity Hospital Jakarta were recruited consecutively in the period of November 2001 until March 2002. The inclusion criteria were spontaneous delivery, APGAR scores 13t and 5th minute 37, and parental consent.Results Sixty-four subjects distributed evenly into early KMC group and control group. One subject in the KMC group and three subjects in the control group were excluded due to respiratory distress. The mean birth weight was 2091 (SO 299.4) g in the KMC group and 2184 (SO 214.9) g inthe control group. The mean gestational-age in both groups was 35.6 (SO 3.0) weeks. There were no statistical differences in mean temperature (P=0.281), heart rate (P=0.956), and respiratory rate (P=0.898) between the two groups during the first 4 hours of life. We found a larger proportion of infants reaching the temperature of 36.5QC in the KMC group, especially at one hour (49% vs. 7%); the difference of proportion was 0.42 (95%CI 0.22 to 0.61).Conclusion Early KMC method is proved to be as safe as conventional method in stabilizing healthy LBWI.
Effects of dobutamine on ventricular functions and cerebral blood flow in preterm infants with mild hyaline membrane disease Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 7, No 4 (1998): October-December
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Effect of dobutamine on the clinical course of preterm infants with mild hyaline membrane disease Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 7, No 4 (1998): October-December
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Profile and prediction of severity of rheumatic mitral stenosis in children Oesman, Ismet N.; Gunardi, Hartono; Madiyono, Bambang; Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo; Putra, Sukman T.
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 5, No 3 (1996): July-September
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Treadmill test in patients with rheumatic mitral regurgitation Madiyono, Bambang; Rusdi, Sabiqun; Oesman, Ismet N.; Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo; Putra, Sukman T.; Advani, Najib
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 4, No 4 (1995): October-December
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Survival patterns of children with rheumatic heart disease Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo; Madiyono, Bambang; Oesman, Ismet N.; Putra, Sukman T.; Advani, Najib
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 4, No 4 (1995): October-December
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Clinical features and management of secundum atrial septal defect in infants and children Madiyono, Bambang; Achmad, Jumiety; Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo; Oesman, Ismet N.; Putra, Sukman T.
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (1996): January-March
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Ventricular function and dimensions in children with human immunodeficiency virus infection Kuswiyanto, Rahmat B.; Djer, Mulyadi M.; Akib, Arwin A. P.; Sastroasmoro, Sudigdo
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 51 No 3 (2011): May 2011
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Background Prevalence of cardiac complications in children 'With human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection have increased, in association 'With the availability of antiretroviral (ARV) therapy and the decrease of opportunistic infections. However, studies on cardiac complications in HIV patients in the various HIV clinical and immunologic categories have been limited. Furthermore, cardiac complications in Indonesian HIVinfected children have never been reported.Objectives To detennine the prevalence of cardiac complications in HIVinfected children and to compare ventricular function and dimensions based on HIV clinical and immunologic categories. Methods A cross????sectional study was done in the Department of Child Health, Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Jakarta between October and December 2009 on 7 4 HIV????infected children aged below 15 years. Children with severe chronic or acute systemic diseases were excluded. Investigations included physical examinations, 12????lead electrocardiography and echocardiographyto assess left ventricular dimension and ventricular function. Cardiac findings among children in different clinical and immunological categories were compared.Results Five children showed left ventricular fractional shortening below 25% and 16 had right ventricular dysfunction. Mean cardiac function and dimension were in the normal range. No differences in cardiac function and dimension, among the clinical HIV category groups (p>0.05) or immunologic suppression status groups (p>0.05) were observed.Conclusion In children 'With HIV infection, the prevalence of left ventricular dysfunction and right ventricular dysfunction was 7% and 22%, respectively. No differences in cardiac function and dimension were found among the different HIV clinical and immunological categories.
Co-Authors Abdul Latief Adji Suranto, Adji Agus Firmansyah Alan R. Tumbelaka, Alan R. Ali Sungkar Alinda Rubiati Wibowo, Alinda Rubiati Aman B. Pulungan Amin Subandrio, Amin Aminulah, Asril Amir S. Madjid, Amir S. Anindita Soetadji Anis Karuniawati Arwin A. P. Akib, Arwin A. P. Aryono Hendarto, Aryono Asril Aminullah Badriul Hegar Syarif, Badriul Hegar Bambang Madiyono Bambang Mardiono, Bambang Bambang Permono, Bambang Bambang Supriyatno Bambang Tridjaja, Bambang Burhanuddin Iskandar, Burhanuddin Conny Tanjung, Conny Dadang H. Somasetia Damayanti R Sjarif, Damayanti R Damayanti R. Sjarif Damayanti Rusli Sjarif Darmosubroto, Sudiyanto Deddy Ria Saputra, Deddy Ria Dewanto, Naomi Dewanto, Naomi E.F. Didik Hariyanto Djajadiman Gatot Dwi Prasetyo Dyahris Kuntartiwi, Dyahris Erni Erfan, Erni Eva M. Marwali, Eva M. Fadiana, Ghaisani Fajar Subroto, Fajar Ferial Hadipoetro Idris Firmansyah, Adra Fransiscus D. Suyatna Fucharoen, Suthat Hartono Gunardi Harun, Sri Rezeki S Husein Alatas I. Budiman, I. Idham Amir Imam Boediman, Imam Imam Budiman Ina S. Timan, Ina S. Irawan Mangunatmadja, Irawan Ismet N Oesman, Ismet N Ismet N. Oesman Iswari Setianingsih Jose R. L. Batubara, Jose R. L. Jose RL Batubara Jumiety Achmad Kadek Ayu Lestari, Kadek Ayu Kemas Firman Kuswiyanto, Rahmat B. lnkiriwang, Mathilda Y. M. Tatang Puspanjono, M. Tatang Mahfuzh, Fauzi Mahyuddin, Hilman Mardiyono, Bambang Mardjanis Said, Mardjanis Mazeni Alwi, Mazeni Michael A. Portman, Michael A. Mira Dewita, Mira MUHAMMAD ALI Mulyadi M Djer, Mulyadi M Mulyadi M. Djer Murti Andriastuti, Murti Najib Advani Nani Dharmasetiawani Nia Kurniati Nia Niasari, Nia Nikmah S Idris, Nikmah S Nikolaus A. Haas, Nikolaus A. Nurhadi Ibrahim Oesman, lsmet N Partini P. Trihono, Partini P. Piprim B. Yanuarso, Piprim B. Piprim Basarah Yanuarso, Piprim Basarah Pramulyo, Hariarti S. Pustika A. Wahidiyat Putriasih, Siti A. Rachma F. Boedjang, Rachma F. Rachmad, Kukuh Basuki Rachmad, Kukuh Basuki Renny Suwarniaty, Renny Ria Nova, Ria Rinawati Rohsiswatmo Rini Sekartini Ronny Suwento, Ronny Ronokusumo, Teguh A.S. Ronokusumo, Tegus A.S. Rubiana Sukardi, Rubiana Rulina Suradi, Rulina S., Arief Hermanu S., Hindra Irawan Sabiqun Rusdi Saekhu, Mohamad Saptawati Bardosono Saptogino, Adji Sarmili, Jonardi Sekarpramita Darmaputri, Sekarpramita Setiati, Dita Setyo Handryastuti, Setyo Siti B. Kresno Soelaeman, Eva Jeumpa Soelaiman, Eva Jeumpa Sofyan Ismael, Sofyan Sri Rezeki Hadinegoro, Sri Rezeki Sugiarno, Indra Suhesti Handayani, Suhesti Sukman T Putra, Sukman T Sukman T. Putra Sukman Tulus Putra, Sukman Tulus Sularyo, Titi S Sunartini Hapsara, Sunartini Susanti, Nuraini Irma Syarif Rohimi, Syarif Taralan Tambunan Teddy Ontoseno Theresia Santi, Theresia Titis Prawitasari, Titis Tjhin Wiguna Utamayasa, Alit Wibisono, Sasanto Widhodho T. Karyomanggolo Wynda Felisia, Wynda Yovita Ananta, Yovita Yulia Iriani, Yulia Zainal Muttaqin