Lucky Saputra, Lucky
Department of Psychiatry Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Padjadjaran/Dr. Hasan Sadikin Hospital

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Barriers to Smoking Cessation among Medical Students 2012–2013 Academic Year in the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Padjadjaran Kathrine, Reni Yuditha; Setiawati, Elsa Pudji; Saputra, Lucky
Althea Medical Journal Vol 2, No 3 (2015)
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Background: Smoking is one of leading various diseases and even death globally.  It is often difficult for smokers to stop smoking, even those who work as a medical professional because there are some barriers around them. The objective of this study was to get an overview of the barriers to smoking cessation among smoker students of Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Padjadjaran.Methods: A descriptive study was carried out to 62 medical students 2012–2013 academic year in the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Padjadjaran. Before the respondents were selected, a survey using questionnaire was conducted to all medical students from the same academic year to determine their smoking status. A set of questions was developed, consisted of 4 components: physical or social, psychological or emotional, accessibility, and social contextual/life circumstances barriers to smoking cessation. The collected data were analyzed and presented in the form of percentages shown in the tables and figures.Results: The most frequent barriers were from physical or social barriers (friends who smoke, 85%), psychological or emotional barriers (fear of losing enjoyment, 71%), barrier to access (lack of information about the way of smoking cessation, 42%) and social contextual/life circumstances barriers (having other priorities other than to stop smoking, 71%).Conclusions: There are some barriers in medical students smokers make them difficult to stop smoking although they have more knowledge about health and the impact of smoking on health than other people. DOI: 10.15850/amj.v2n3.561
Relationship between Drugs Use and Sexual Risk Behaviors among Senior High School Students Herijanto, Yola Yuniaarti; Saputra, Lucky; Dhamayanti, Meita
Althea Medical Journal Vol 4, No 1 (2017)
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Background: Drugs use and risky sexual behavior among teenager are some of crucial problems arising in Indonesia. Statistic showed that there is an increasing prevalence in drugs use and risky sexual behavior among teenagers. This study was conducted to analyze the relationship between drugs use and risky sexual behaviors among high school students. Methods: An analytic study involving 432 students in 5 state high schools located in Kerees region Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, was carried out in 2013. The region was chosen due the high prevalence of  substance abuse. The inclusion criteria were every high school students in the Karees region. The exclusion criteria were the students who refused to participate in the study, did not come when the sample was taken, and did not fill the questionnaire completely. The instruments used for the study were questionnaires with cross-sectional technique. Furthermore, the questionnaire used for analyzing drugs use was Addiction Severity Index-Lite Version (ASI-lite) questionnaire; with additional questionnaire to analyze risky sexual behaviors.Results: Out of 432 students, 23.8% students already engaged to one or more risky sexual behavior. Among all respondents, the prevalence of students who had already done kissing was 22.7%, necking 9.3%, petting 7.2% and sexual intercourse 1.2%. Illegal drugs had been used at least once by 21.8% students. According to Chi-square test, drugs use and risky sexual behavior were related.Conclusions:The prevalence of both drugs use and risky sexual behaviors are high and students who use drugs are more prone to do risky sexual behavior. [AMJ.2017;4(1):125–8] DOI: 10.15850/amj.v4n1.1032
Concentration Level Differences between Athletes of Body Contact and Non-Body Contact Sports Tache, Nisrina; Lubis, Leonardo; Saputra, Lucky
Althea Medical Journal Vol 4, No 3 (2017)
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Background: Concentration is one of the components of cognitive function, which is important for athletes in all sport branches. Every branch of sports has their own different characteristics, body contact or non-body contact, seen from the aspects of game activity that have direct or indirect physical contact, rules of the sports, behavior of the athlete and psychological demands. Basically, both sports branches need good level of concentration in order to display their best performance. The study aimed to determine the difference of concentration level between athletes of body contact and non-body contact sports. Methods: This study was an analytic observational study with cross-sectional design, conducted in the Indonesian National Sport Committee (Komite Olahraga Nasional Indonesia, KONI) Secretary Office in September 2015. Primary data were taken using the instrumental concentration test namely Grid Concentration Test. One hundred ninety three athletes were obtained and grouped in body contact (111 athletes) and non-body contact sports (82 athletes). Statistical analysis was performed using the non-parametric test of Mann-Whitney.Results: The result showed that the difference in the athlete’s concentration level between body contact and non-body contact sports was not significant (p=0.151). Nevertheless, the data collection of this study showed that body contact sports had a better concentration level than non-body contact sports however the data was not statistically significant.Conclusions: There is no significant difference in concentration level between athletes of body contact and non-body contact sports.  
Correlation between Substance Use and Anxiety-Depression Spectrum among Senior High School Students in Bandung Samjunanto, Achmad; Saputra, Lucky; Ekowati, RA. Retno
Althea Medical Journal Vol 3, No 4 (2016)
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Background: Both substance use and anxiety-depression spectrum are the problem that currently faced by adolescents especially among Senior High School students. Moreover, there is a high comorbidity between both problems. This study was conducted to discover the substance use’s prevalence and to find out anxiety-depression spectrum proportion among adolescent, and more importantly to determine whether there is correlation between both variables.Methods: During October–November 2013, four hundred and fifty two students from five Senior High Schools located in Karees Sub-District, Bandung were included in this cross-sectional analytic study. Among whom, only 425 students filled the questionnaire properly. Data were collected using Kessler-10 (K10) to explore anxiety-depression spectrum and addiction severity index lite version (ASI-Lite) to identify substance use. The correlation between both variables was analyzed by Gamma correlation test.Results: The study revealed that there were 93 (21.9%) students that used substance. In addition, there were 244 students (57.4%) that screened as having anxiety-depression spectrum. Statistical analysis, according to Gamma correlation test, showed that there was a weak correlation between alcohol use and anxiety-depression spectrum (p=0.041; r=0.316). The remaining substances gave no statistically significant result (p>0.05). Conclusions: There is a high prevalence in substance use and psychological distress in anxiety-depression spectrum among high school student. In addition, alcohol is the only substances that correlated with anxiety-depression spectrum. [AMJ.2016;3(4):583–9] DOI: 10.15850/amj.v3n4.943
Concentration Level Differences between Athletes of Body Contact and Non-Body Contact Sports Tache, Nisrina; Lubis, Leonardo; Saputra, Lucky
Althea Medical Journal Vol 4, No 3 (2017)
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Background: Concentration is one of the components of cognitive function, which is important for athletes in all sport branches. Every branch of sports has their own different characteristics, body contact or non-body contact, seen from the aspects of game activity that have direct or indirect physical contact, rules of the sports, behavior of the athlete and psychological demands. Basically, both sports branches need good level of concentration in order to display their best performance. The study aimed to determine the difference of concentration level between athletes of body contact and non-body contact sports. Methods: This study was an analytic observational study with cross-sectional design, conducted in the Indonesian National Sport Committee (Komite Olahraga Nasional Indonesia, KONI) Secretary Office in September 2015. Primary data were taken using the instrumental concentration test namely Grid Concentration Test. One hundred ninety three athletes were obtained and grouped in body contact (111 athletes) and non-body contact sports (82 athletes). Statistical analysis was performed using the non-parametric test of Mann-Whitney.Results: The result showed that the difference in the athlete’s concentration level between body contact and non-body contact sports was not significant (p=0.151). Nevertheless, the data collection of this study showed that body contact sports had a better concentration level than non-body contact sports however the data was not statistically significant.Conclusions: There is no significant difference in concentration level between athletes of body contact and non-body contact sports.  
Postpartum Anxiety Factors Involved in Subjects Undergoing Cesarean Section as Analyzed by Zung Self Rating Anxiety Scale Rahmat, Akbar; Saputra, Lucky; Pramatirta, Akhmad Yogi; Sabarudin, Udin; Krisnadi, Sofie Rifayani; Susanto, Herman; Effendi, Jusuf Sulaeman
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology Science Volume 1 Nomor 1 Maret 2018
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AbstractObjective: postpartum mother who underwent cesarean section may experience anxiety. The risk factors associated with anxiety include age, education and income level, parity, social and cultural factors, delivery methods, as well as the history of pregnancy.Methods: This study used analytic, cross-sectional method. Postpartum mother (n=194) were recruited for this study. All participants consented to fill a questionnaire, to determine the subject’s parameters and anxiety levels. Severity of postpartum anxiety was determined based on the Zung Self-rating Anxiety Scale (SAS). Results: Postpartum anxiety (SAS ≥45) were mostly found in the group experiencing emergency cesarean section (71.13%) compared to the group with scheduled cesarean section (32.1%) (p<0.001). Forty-seven subjects (82.5%) women aged <20 years old experienced postpartum anxiety, while 32.1% women aged ≥20 years old were found to have similar condition (p<0.001). Subjects with lower education levels had a higher prevalence of postpartum anxiety than those with higher education levels (73.4% vs 12.9%, p<0.001). Different income levels  had 47.2% and 46.3% prevalence of postpartum anxiety respectively, but not statistically significant. Conclusion: there was a correlation between anxiety score on women who experienced an emergency and scheduled cesarean section with age and education level.Keywords: Cesarean section, age, education levels, income levels, parity, Zung Self-rating Anxiety ScaleBeberapa Faktor yang Memengaruhi Kecemasan Pasien yang Menjalani Seksio Sesarea dengan Pemeriksaan Zung Self Rating Anxiety ScaleAbstrakTujuan: Kondisi pascaseksio sesarea dapat menimbulkan kecemasan ibu. Faktor yang dapat mempengaruhi timbulnya kecemasan antara lain usia, tingkat pendidikan, tingkat pendapatan, paritas, faktor sosial budaya, faktor jenis persalinan, dan riwayat persalinan yang lalu. Metode: Penelitian ini menggunakan metode analitik cross-sectional. Wanita pasca seksio sesarea yang memenuhi kriteria penelitian (n=194) dengan kuesioner. Tingkat kecemasan dinilai berdasarkan derajat Zung Self-rating Anxiety Scale (SAS).Penelitian dilakukan di RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung, RSUD Ujung Berung, RSKIA Kota Bandung, RSUD Soreang Kabupaten Bandung dari bulan Maret sampai dengan April 2017.Hasil: Penelitian ini menunjukan bahwa kecemasan postpartum (SAS ≥45) lebih banyak ditemukan pada pasien yang menjalani operasi sesar darurat (71,13%) dibandingkan dengan pasien yang telah dijadwalkan terlebih dahulu (32,1%) (p <0,001). Empat puluh tujuh pasien (82,5%) wanita usia <20 tahun mengalami kecemasan pasca melahirkan, sementara 32,1% wanita berusia ≥ 20 tahun ditemukan memiliki kondisi yang sama (p <0,001). Tingkat pendidikan ≤ SLTP memiliki prevalensi kecemasan lebih tinggi dibandingkan > SLTA (73,4% vs 12,9%, p <0,001). Tingkat pendapatan yang berbeda (lebih rendah dari UMR, sama atau lebih tinggi dari UMR) memiliki prevalensi pasca melahirkan sebesar 47,2% dan 46,3%, namun tidak signifikanberbeda  secara statistik. Simpulan: Terdapat perbedaan tingkat kecemasan pasca seksio sesarea pada kelompok  seksio sesarea segera dibandingkan terencana dengan usia dan tingkat pendidikan.Kata kunci: Seksio sesarea, usia, tingkat pendidikan, tingkat pendapatan, paritas, Zung Self-rating Anxiety Scale
Relationship between Drugs Use and Sexual Risk Behaviors among Senior High School Students Herijanto, Yola Yuniaarti; Saputra, Lucky; Dhamayanti, Meita
Althea Medical Journal Vol 4, No 1 (2017)
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Background: Drugs use and risky sexual behavior among teenager are some of crucial problems arising in Indonesia. Statistic showed that there is an increasing prevalence in drugs use and risky sexual behavior among teenagers. This study was conducted to analyze the relationship between drugs use and risky sexual behaviors among high school students. Methods: An analytic study involving 432 students in 5 state high schools located in Kerees region Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, was carried out in 2013. The region was chosen due the high prevalence of  substance abuse. The inclusion criteria were every high school students in the Karees region. The exclusion criteria were the students who refused to participate in the study, did not come when the sample was taken, and did not fill the questionnaire completely. The instruments used for the study were questionnaires with cross-sectional technique. Furthermore, the questionnaire used for analyzing drugs use was Addiction Severity Index-Lite Version (ASI-lite) questionnaire; with additional questionnaire to analyze risky sexual behaviors.Results: Out of 432 students, 23.8% students already engaged to one or more risky sexual behavior. Among all respondents, the prevalence of students who had already done kissing was 22.7%, necking 9.3%, petting 7.2% and sexual intercourse 1.2%. Illegal drugs had been used at least once by 21.8% students. According to Chi-square test, drugs use and risky sexual behavior were related.Conclusions:The prevalence of both drugs use and risky sexual behaviors are high and students who use drugs are more prone to do risky sexual behavior. [AMJ.2017;4(1):125–8] DOI: 10.15850/amj.v4n1.1032
Barriers to Smoking Cessation among Medical Students 2012–2013 Academic Year in the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Padjadjaran Kathrine, Reni Yuditha; Setiawati, Elsa Pudji; Saputra, Lucky
Althea Medical Journal Vol 2, No 3 (2015)
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Background: Smoking is one of leading various diseases and even death globally.  It is often difficult for smokers to stop smoking, even those who work as a medical professional because there are some barriers around them. The objective of this study was to get an overview of the barriers to smoking cessation among smoker students of Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Padjadjaran.Methods: A descriptive study was carried out to 62 medical students 2012–2013 academic year in the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Padjadjaran. Before the respondents were selected, a survey using questionnaire was conducted to all medical students from the same academic year to determine their smoking status. A set of questions was developed, consisted of 4 components: physical or social, psychological or emotional, accessibility, and social contextual/life circumstances barriers to smoking cessation. The collected data were analyzed and presented in the form of percentages shown in the tables and figures.Results: The most frequent barriers were from physical or social barriers (friends who smoke, 85%), psychological or emotional barriers (fear of losing enjoyment, 71%), barrier to access (lack of information about the way of smoking cessation, 42%) and social contextual/life circumstances barriers (having other priorities other than to stop smoking, 71%).Conclusions: There are some barriers in medical students smokers make them difficult to stop smoking although they have more knowledge about health and the impact of smoking on health than other people. DOI: 10.15850/amj.v2n3.561
Correlation between Substance Use and Anxiety-Depression Spectrum among Senior High School Students in Bandung Samjunanto, Achmad; Saputra, Lucky; Ekowati, RA. Retno
Althea Medical Journal Vol 3, No 4 (2016)
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Background: Both substance use and anxiety-depression spectrum are the problem that currently faced by adolescents especially among Senior High School students. Moreover, there is a high comorbidity between both problems. This study was conducted to discover the substance use’s prevalence and to find out anxiety-depression spectrum proportion among adolescent, and more importantly to determine whether there is correlation between both variables.Methods: During October–November 2013, four hundred and fifty two students from five Senior High Schools located in Karees Sub-District, Bandung were included in this cross-sectional analytic study. Among whom, only 425 students filled the questionnaire properly. Data were collected using Kessler-10 (K10) to explore anxiety-depression spectrum and addiction severity index lite version (ASI-Lite) to identify substance use. The correlation between both variables was analyzed by Gamma correlation test.Results: The study revealed that there were 93 (21.9%) students that used substance. In addition, there were 244 students (57.4%) that screened as having anxiety-depression spectrum. Statistical analysis, according to Gamma correlation test, showed that there was a weak correlation between alcohol use and anxiety-depression spectrum (p=0.041; r=0.316). The remaining substances gave no statistically significant result (p>0.05). Conclusions: There is a high prevalence in substance use and psychological distress in anxiety-depression spectrum among high school student. In addition, alcohol is the only substances that correlated with anxiety-depression spectrum. [AMJ.2016;3(4):583–9] DOI: 10.15850/amj.v3n4.943