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HEPATITIS C VIRUS INFECTION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: COMPARISON OF THE SURABAYA DIALYSIS CENTER AND JUNTENDO UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DIALYSIS CENTRE santoso, djoko; pranawa, pranawa; Yogiantoro, Moh.; Widodo, Widodo; Wardana, Aditia; Mardiana, Nunuk; Mohani, Chandra Irwanadi; soewanto, soewanto; Shou, Ichiyu; Maeda, Kunimi; Hamada, chieko; Fukui, Mitsumine; Horikoshi, Satoshi; Tomino, Yasuhiko
Indonesian Journal of Tropical and Infectious Disease Vol 1, No 3 (2010)
Publisher : Institute of Topical Disease

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Hepatitis C virus infection is highly prevalence in chronic hemodialysis (HD) patients. The present study will compare prevalence of HCV positive population in difference countries where there are great contrasts in and diversity of care available to patients who have end stage renal disease. All serum samples of the 100 patients were tested for HCV antibodies, using third-generation enzyme immunoassay. The prevalence of anti-HCV was correlated with a history of blood transfusion and with duration of hemodialysis. HCV prevalences were 88% of Surabaya group and 6% of Juntendo Group, respectively. In Surabaya Group, prevalence of HCV positive was high and the risk factors are not only those of the Juntendo Group, but also a combination of poor living conditions, frequent blood transfusions, and lack of adherence. Much needs to be studied about the role of universal screening and effective techniques for primary prevention in Surabaya Group
Comparison of High-sensitivity C-reactive Protein Level between Chronic Kidney Disease Stages Thaha, Mochammad; Imroati, Tri Asih; wardana, aditia; Widodo, S; Pranawa, S; irwanadi, chandra
Biomolecular and Health Science Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2018): Biomolecular and Health Science Journal
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia

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ABSTRACTAim : This research is to evaluate the hs-CRP level comparison between CKD stages in Dr. Soetomo General Hospital Surabaya.Methods: An analytic observational cross-sectional study, evaluating the differences of hs-CRP level between CKD stages in 72 patients (mean age 55.49±7.62 years, the ratio between male:female was 1:1.48, mean BMI 24.18±3.64 kg/m2, 36.11% diabetics, 43.05% on ACEI/ARB, 29.16% on statin), recruited from Nephrology Outpatient Clinic, Dr Soetomo General Hospital, Surabaya, from January to May 2014. The stages were stratified  according to the MDRD formula.Results: The mean hs-CRP of  CKD stage 3 was 2.29±2.86, stage 4 was 2.48 ± 2.19, and non-dialysis stage 5 was 2.09 ± 2.54. The analysis using Kruskal-Wallis test showed no significant differences among patients with  CKD stage 3, stage 4, and non-dialysis stage 5 (median 1.25 vs 1.80 vs 1.05 mg/L; p=0.430). No significant differences of the serum hs-CRP level were detected between diabetics and non diabetics in stage 3, 4, and non-dialysis stage 5  (p=0.673 vs 0.666 vs 0.138); between patients with and without ACEI/ARB treatment (p=0.610 vs 0.649 vs 0.671); and between patients with and without statin treatment (p=0.852 vs 0.341 vs 0.309).Conclusion: The elevation of serum hs-CRP level can not indicate the decline of kidney function, but it still needs further investigations.
SURVIVAL RATE OF LIVING RELATED KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS IN SURABAYA Medika, Decsa; Santoso, Djoko; Pranawa, Pranawa; Wardana, Aditia; Widodo, Widodo; Mohani, Chandra Irwanadi
Indonesian Journal of Kidney and Hypertension Vol 2 No 2 (2019): May - August 2019

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Abstract Background The survival outcome of transplant patients have improved in the past three decades. The short and long term survival of graft and patients are still being widely studied. Many factors affect the survival rate such as age, gender, diabetes mellitus, and immunosuppressive therapy. Objective The study aim to provide patients? survival rates 1, 3, and 5 years after transplant. Methods The study used descriptive approach on 67 kidney transplant patients undergoing outpatient treatment from 1996 to 2016. The data collected was analyzed using SPSS with the Kaplan-Meier curve to observe the survival rate. Result The survival rate of patients in 1, 3, and 5 years were 100%, 97%, and 94% respectively. The survival rate in geriatric and non-geriatric patients in the first year post-transplantation was both 100%, the third year post-transplantation survival rate were 100% and 94.7%, and the five year post-transplantation survival rate were 100% and 89.5%. The 1, 3, and 5 year survival rate for male and female patients were both 100%, 96.3% vs 100%, and 92.6% vs 100% respectively. Compared to their non-diabetic counterparts, diabetic patients? survival rate in 1, 3, and 5 years were both 100%, 96.5% vs 100%, and 93% vs 100% respectively. The survival rate of patients receiving tacrolimus vs cyclosporine were both 100% in the first year, 97.1% vs 97% in the third year, and 97.1% vs 90.9% in the fifth year after transplant. Conclusion The survival rate of kidney transplant patients in 1, 3, and 5 year after transplant were 100%, 97%, and 94%. Factors linked to higher survival rate were geriatric patients, female gender, diabetes, and the use of cyclosporine in the immunosuppressant therapy regimen.   Keyword: kidney transplantation, survival