Amillia Siddiq, Amillia
Department of Obstetric and Gynecology, Universitas Padjajaran/ Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital, Bandung

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Correlation between Body Mass Index and Body Fat Percentage Ilman, Muhammad; Zuhairini, Yenni; Siddiq, Amillia
Althea Medical Journal Vol 2, No 4 (2015)
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Background: Body mass index (BMI) has been used to determine the nutritional status which is classified into low, normal, overweight or obese. The BMI only shows a comparison of height and weight instead of body composition which consists of fat mass and fat–free mass. Most of people assumed that BMI overage means fat mass overage as well, yet it does not occur in all cases. This study was conducted to measure the correlation between BMI and body fat percentage.Methods: An analytical study was conducted to 100 male and female students respectively from Universitas Padjadjaran Jatinangor batch 2009 to 2013. The body  weight was measured using scales , whereas the body height was measured using stature meter. The body fat percentage was measured using Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA). The BMI was calculated by dividing the body weight in kilogram divided by body height in meter square. Data was collected from September to October 2013 and analyzed by Pearson’s correlation test.Results: The mean of BMI in male students and female students were 22.56 and 21.35 respectively. The body fat percentage was 16.44 for men and 28.09 for women. Correlation score between BMI and fat mass in male students were 0.853 and female students are 0.834.Conclusions: There is a strong and positive correlation between BMI and body fat percentage both in male and female students in Universitas Padjadjaran Jatinangor. Among this population, BMI can still be used todetermine body fat percentage. [AMJ.2015;2(4):575–8] DOI: 10.15850/amj.v2n4.642
Perbedaan Morfologi dan Fragmentasi DNA Sperma sebelum dan sesudah Kriopreservasi dengan Metode Slow Cooling di Klinik Aster RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung Caropeboka, Faizal Arif; Djuwantono, Tono; Tjahyadi, Dian; Effendi, Jusuf Sulaeman; Anwar, Anita Deborah; Siddiq, Amillia
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology Science Volume 1 Nomor 2 September 2018
Publisher : Dep/SMF Obstetri & Ginekologi Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Padjadjaran

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AbstrakTujuan: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui perbedaan parameter fragmentasi DNA, morfologi sperma pasca proses pembekuan dengan metode slow cooling. Metode: Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian obervasional analitik dengan pendekatan pre-post design. Subjek penelitian adalah sperma dengan hasil analisis yang normal sesuai dengan standar WHO (n=25). Penelitian dilakukan di Klinik Aster RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung pada bulan Juli hingga Agustus 2017.Hasil: Setelah proses kriopreservasi, terdapat peningkatan fragmentasi DNA tiga kali lipat (nilai p<0,05) dan terdapat penurunan jumlah morfologi normal sebesar 50% (nilai p<0,05).Kesimpulan: Terdapat penurunan kualitas sperma pasca proses kriopreservasi dengan metode slow cooling.Kata kunci: Fragmentasi DNA, morfologi, slow cooling, spermatozoaAbstractObjective: Of this study was to compare sperm quality parameters including DNA fragmentation and morphology after cryopreservation with slow-cooling method.Method: This was an analytical observational study with pre and post design. Subjects were men whose sperm analysis met the WHO criteria of being normal (n=25). The study was conducted at the Aster Clinic of Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Bandung from July to August 2017.Results: After cryopreservation, there was a three fold increase of DNA fragmentation (with p value <0.05) and a decrease in morphology 50% (with p value <0.05).Conclusion: There is a decrease in sperm quality after cryopreservation with slow-cooling method.Key words: DNA fragmentation, morphology, slow cooling, spermatozoa
Knowledge, Attitude and Nutritional Status in Pregnant Women Widiastuti, Wiwit; Mutyara, Kuswandewi; Siddiq, Amillia
Althea Medical Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2015)
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Background: Nutrition during pregnancy is essential for a healthy pregnancy and childbirth. Malnutritionduring pregnancy may cause a negative impact for both mother and fetus. Pregnant women have to replenishtheir nutritional intake so they have to know nutritional needs for pregnancy. This study aims to evaluatethe association between knowledge towards the attitude and nutritional status among pregnant women inJatinangor Primary Health Care.Methods: This was a cross-sectional study and the subjects were 75 pregnant women selected by consecutive sampling while they attending Puskesmas Jatinangor for antenatal follow up in October until November2012. Knowledge and attitude was assessed using a questionnaire. The level of knowledge and attitudes were categorized into insufficient, sufficient and good. Nutritional status was assessed by measuring themid upper arm circumference. The level of nutritional status was categorized into good nutritional statusand lower nutritional status.Result: Out of 75 respondents, 24 respondents had good knowledge, 39 respondents had sufficientknowledge and 12 respondents had insufficient knowledge. 15 respondents had good attitude, 51respondents had sufficient attitude, 9 had insufficient attitude. 62 respondents had good nutritional statusand 13 respondents had lower nutritional statusConclusion: Most of subjects have sufficient knowledge and attitude, and majority of the respondents havegood nutritional status. There was significant relationship between knowledge and attitude (p=0.02) andno significant relationship between knowledge and nutrition status (p=0.666). Based on this study, it isexpected to conduct further study about other factors which affect the knowledge, attitude, and practice ofpregnant women to improve the nutritional status. [AMJ.2015;2(1):231–4]
Prevalence of Urinary Incontinence in Women aged 20–59 years in Community Dwellings Wardani, Ratuafni Shafrina; Judistiani, Raden Tina Dewi; Siddiq, Amillia
Althea Medical Journal Vol 4, No 2 (2017)
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Background: Urinary incontinene (UI) is the symptomof involuntary leakage of urine. Three types of urinary incontinence are stress UI, urge UI, and mixed UI. This study was aimed to determine the prevalence of urinary UI in women and to identify the most common type of UI.Methods: A descriptive study was conducted to 191 women age 20–59 in two villages in West Java, Indonesia. Subjects were visited door-to-door and interviewed using a standardized questionnaire for data collection. The study was conducted in February 2014. The variables of this study were age, parity, and the prevalence of urinary incontinence. The collected data were presented using frequency tabulation and percentage.Results: From 191 respondents, thirty eight subjects had UI. The prevalence of urinary incontinence was 19.90% which consisted of prevalence of stress UI (7.33%), urgency UI (9.43%), and mixed UI (3.14%). The prevalence of UI in 20–29 year age group was 3.23%, 30–39 year age group was 9.72%, 40–49 year age group was 27.69%, and 50–59 year age group was 52.17%. Prevalence of UI in nulliparous women was 5%, primiparous was 10.25%, multiparous with 2 childbirths was 23.61%, and multiparous with 3 childbirths or more was 26.67%.Conclusions: Prevalence of UI in women in community dwelling is 19.90%, which is higher than previous study from Indonesia and other Asian countries. Urgency UI is the most common type of UI. Prevalence of UI increases with age and parity. DOI: 10.15850/amj.v4n2.1070
Hubungan antara Faktor Risiko Demografi dan Klinis terhadap Kejadian Persalinan Preterm Dini dan Lanjut Sasongko, Rahadyan Aji; Effendi, Jusuf Sulaeman; Sabarudin, Udin; Armawan, Edwin; Siddiq, Amillia; Zulvayanti, Zulvayanti
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology Science Volume 1 Nomor 1 Maret 2018
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Tujuan: Persalinan preterm dini dan lanjut masih menjadi penyebab penting morbiditas dan mortalitas perinatal. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui karakteristik pasien, menganalisis hubungan faktor risiko demografi dan klinik dengan persalinan spontan preterm dini dan preterm lanjut periode Januari 2015-Desember 2016. Metode: Penelitian secara potong lintang retrospektif dilaksanakan pada bulan April-Juni 2017 dengan sumber data rekam medis Rumah Sakit Hasan Sadikin. Hasil: penelitian menunjukan insidensi persalinan preterm adalah 38,54%. Diskusi: Terdapat hubungan signifikan dari faktor risiko pendidikan, jumlah perawatan antenatal, riwayat persalinan preterm, dan ketuban pecah dini terhadap kejadian persalinan spontan preterm dini dan preterm lanjut. Pendidikan SD meningkatkan kejadian persalinan preterm dini 2,3 kali, perawatan antenatal kurang dari 4 kali selama kehamilan meningkatkan kejadian persalinan preterm dini 1,6 kali, riwayat persalinan preterm sebelumnya meningkatkan kejadian persalinan preterm dini 1,9 kali. Ketuban pecah dini meningkatkan kejadian persalinan preterm lanjut 2,6 kali (p<0,05). Kesimpulan: Terdapat hubungan antara tingkat pendidikan, jumlah perawatan antenatal, riwayat persalinan preterm, dan ketuban pecah dini, dengan  persalinan spontan preterm dini dan preterm lanjut.Kata kunci: Faktor demografi, faktor klinik, persalinan spontan preterm dini, persalinan spontan preterm lanjutRelation between Demographic and Clinical Risk Factors to the Occurrence of Spontaneous Early and Late Preterm Birth Abstract     Objective: Early and late preterm birth remains an important cause of perinatal morbidity and mortality. Various studies indicate the incidence of is influenced by demographic and clinical factors affecting baby’s outcome. This study aims to analyze demographic and clinical factor’s relations of spontaneous early and late preterm birth in Hasan Sadikin General Hospital, from January 2015 until December 2016. Method: Retrospective-cross sectional was conducted in April until June 2017 from Hasan Sadikin General Hospital’s medical record, collected from January 2015 to December 2016. Results: Incidence of preterm birth from January 2015 until December 2016 was 38,54%. There was significant relations of education, times of antenatal care, previous preterm birth, and premature rupture of membrane with spontaneous early and late preterm birth. Education level of elementary school increased the incidence of spontaneous early preterm birth 2.3 times, previous preterm birth increased the incidence of spontaneous early preterm birth 1.6 times, antenatal care less than 4 times increased the incidence of spontaneous early preterm birth 1.9 times. Premature rupture of membrane increased the incidence of spontaneous late preterm birth 2.6 times (p<0.05. Conclusion: there is a relations between education, times of antenatal care, previous preterm birth, and premature rupture of membrane,  with spontaneous early and late preterm birth.Keywords: Demographic factors, clinical factors, preterm spontaneous early delivery, spontaneous late preterm delivery
Knowledge, Attitude and Nutritional Status in Pregnant Women Widiastuti, Wiwit; Mutyara, Kuswandewi; Siddiq, Amillia
Althea Medical Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : Althea Medical Journal

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Background: Nutrition during pregnancy is essential for a healthy pregnancy and childbirth. Malnutritionduring pregnancy may cause a negative impact for both mother and fetus. Pregnant women have to replenishtheir nutritional intake so they have to know nutritional needs for pregnancy. This study aims to evaluatethe association between knowledge towards the attitude and nutritional status among pregnant women inJatinangor Primary Health Care.Methods: This was a cross-sectional study and the subjects were 75 pregnant women selected by consecutive sampling while they attending Puskesmas Jatinangor for antenatal follow up in October until November2012. Knowledge and attitude was assessed using a questionnaire. The level of knowledge and attitudes were categorized into insufficient, sufficient and good. Nutritional status was assessed by measuring themid upper arm circumference. The level of nutritional status was categorized into good nutritional statusand lower nutritional status.Result: Out of 75 respondents, 24 respondents had good knowledge, 39 respondents had sufficientknowledge and 12 respondents had insufficient knowledge. 15 respondents had good attitude, 51respondents had sufficient attitude, 9 had insufficient attitude. 62 respondents had good nutritional statusand 13 respondents had lower nutritional statusConclusion: Most of subjects have sufficient knowledge and attitude, and majority of the respondents havegood nutritional status. There was significant relationship between knowledge and attitude (p=0.02) andno significant relationship between knowledge and nutrition status (p=0.666). Based on this study, it isexpected to conduct further study about other factors which affect the knowledge, attitude, and practice ofpregnant women to improve the nutritional status. [AMJ.2015;2(1):231–4]
Prevalence of Urinary Incontinence in Women aged 20–59 years in Community Dwellings Wardani, Ratuafni Shafrina; Judistiani, Raden Tina Dewi; Siddiq, Amillia
Althea Medical Journal Vol 4, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Althea Medical Journal

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (193.743 KB) | DOI: 10.15850/amj.v4n2.1070

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Background: Urinary incontinene (UI) is the symptomof involuntary leakage of urine. Three types of urinary incontinence are stress UI, urge UI, and mixed UI. This study was aimed to determine the prevalence of urinary UI in women and to identify the most common type of UI.Methods: A descriptive study was conducted to 191 women age 20–59 in two villages in West Java, Indonesia. Subjects were visited door-to-door and interviewed using a standardized questionnaire for data collection. The study was conducted in February 2014. The variables of this study were age, parity, and the prevalence of urinary incontinence. The collected data were presented using frequency tabulation and percentage.Results: From 191 respondents, thirty eight subjects had UI. The prevalence of urinary incontinence was 19.90% which consisted of prevalence of stress UI (7.33%), urgency UI (9.43%), and mixed UI (3.14%). The prevalence of UI in 20–29 year age group was 3.23%, 30–39 year age group was 9.72%, 40–49 year age group was 27.69%, and 50–59 year age group was 52.17%. Prevalence of UI in nulliparous women was 5%, primiparous was 10.25%, multiparous with 2 childbirths was 23.61%, and multiparous with 3 childbirths or more was 26.67%.Conclusions: Prevalence of UI in women in community dwelling is 19.90%, which is higher than previous study from Indonesia and other Asian countries. Urgency UI is the most common type of UI. Prevalence of UI increases with age and parity. DOI: 10.15850/amj.v4n2.1070
Correlation between Body Mass Index and Body Fat Percentage Ilman, Muhammad; Zuhairini, Yenni; Siddiq, Amillia
Althea Medical Journal Vol 2, No 4 (2015)
Publisher : Althea Medical Journal

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Background: Body mass index (BMI) has been used to determine the nutritional status which is classified into low, normal, overweight or obese. The BMI only shows a comparison of height and weight instead of body composition which consists of fat mass and fat–free mass. Most of people assumed that BMI overage means fat mass overage as well, yet it does not occur in all cases. This study was conducted to measure the correlation between BMI and body fat percentage.Methods: An analytical study was conducted to 100 male and female students respectively from Universitas Padjadjaran Jatinangor batch 2009 to 2013. The body  weight was measured using scales , whereas the body height was measured using stature meter. The body fat percentage was measured using Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA). The BMI was calculated by dividing the body weight in kilogram divided by body height in meter square. Data was collected from September to October 2013 and analyzed by Pearson’s correlation test.Results: The mean of BMI in male students and female students were 22.56 and 21.35 respectively. The body fat percentage was 16.44 for men and 28.09 for women. Correlation score between BMI and fat mass in male students were 0.853 and female students are 0.834.Conclusions: There is a strong and positive correlation between BMI and body fat percentage both in male and female students in Universitas Padjadjaran Jatinangor. Among this population, BMI can still be used todetermine body fat percentage. [AMJ.2015;2(4):575–8] DOI: 10.15850/amj.v2n4.642