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Efficacy of continuous and intermittent phototherapy in diminution of serum total and unbound bilirubin in premature infants Ida Bagus Mahardha, Ida Bagus Mahardha
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 01 (1987)
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The efficacy of continuous phototherapy (48 hours continuous light on) and intermittent Porto, S. 0., Pildes, R. S., & Goodman, H. 1969 Studies on the effect of phototherapy on neonatal hyperbilirubinemia among low birth weight infants: I. Skin colors. J. Pediat. 75:1045.9. Rubaltelli, F. F., & Carli, M. 1971 The effect of light on cutaneous bilirubin. Biol. Neonate 18:475-60. - Shirnabuku, R., & Nakamura, H. 1982 Total and unbound bilirubin determination using an automated peroxidase micromethod. Kobel. Med. Sci. 28:91-104. William, J. C., Gartner, L. M., William, O., & Stern, L. 1978 Clinical application of neonatal bilirubin binding determination: Current status./ Pediat. 93:827-32. William, J. C., & William, 0. 1982 Unbound bilirubin and kernicterus in low birth weight infants. Pediatrics 69:481-5. Zachman, R. D. 1972 Alternate phototherapy in neonatal hyperbilirubinemia. J. Pediat. 81:178-84 photo-therapy (6 hours light on, 6 hours light off 48 hours) in the diminution of serum total and unboundbilirubin levels has been studied in 26 randomized premature infants. Total-bilirubin level was determined spectrophotometrically and unbound-bilirubin level by the peroxidase oxidation method using an UB-analyzer. During phototherapy there was significant reduction of total and unbound-bilirubin levels in both groups. However, the diminution of both groups was not significantly different. After photo-therapy was completed there was significant reduction of total and unbound-bilirubin levels in both groups. The diminution of total-bilirubin level until the 4th day after treatment was not significantly different in both groups. Diminution of unbound•bilirubin of intermittent group was significantly greater than that of the continuous group in the 3rd and 4th days after treatment. In conclusion both phototherapy methods were equally effective in diminution of total and un• bound •bilirubin levels in premature infants. Key Words: phototherapy - hyperbilirubinemia - unbound-bilirubin level - premature infant - spectrophotometry
The Motor Nerve Conduction Velocity Features of Leprosy Patients in Sardjito Central General Hospital, Yogyakartal) Samekto Wibowo, Samekto Wibowo
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 01 (1987)
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Telah diketahui infeksi Mycobacterium leprae dapat menimbulkan gejala neuropati. Kecepatan Hantar Saraf Tepi (KHST) dapat menunjukkan level neuropati. Pada penelitian ini pemeriksaan KHST motorik dikerjakan pada sejumlah penderita lepra yang berobat jalan di Rumah Sakit Umum Pusat Sardjito, Yogyakarta. Gambaran KHST motoriknya menunjukkan terdapatnya gejala neuropad. Saraf yang terkena lehih berm nampaknya adalah n. radialis, n. peroneus dan n. tibialis. Di camping cara-cara lain, pemeriksaan elektromiografi kiranya dapat bermanfaat untuk memantau penyembuhan gejala neuropati. Key Words: leprosy — neuropathy — motor latency — nerve conduction velocity — electromyography
Developing and promoting community participation in the control of dengue haemorrhagic fever vectors Sugeng Juwono Mardihusodo, Sugeng Juwono Mardihusodo
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 01 (1987)
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Dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF) is caused by dengue virus and transmitted by Aedes aegypei and A e. albopictus mosquitoes. The absence of causative drugs and protective vaccines, therefore, indicates vector control measures as the only alternative for the disease abatement. Various methods of dengue vector control and of developing and promoting community participation in such activities are discussed. Key Words: dengue haemorrhagic fever — Aedes aegypti — Breteau Index — environmental sanitation — Rural Improvement Programme
Societal attidude toward diarrhoeal diseases and bacteriological lest results of faeces in Yogyakarta Trihendrokesowo, Trihendrokesowo
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 01 (1987)
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Nine-hundred eighty eight diarrhoeal disease patients of general hospitals, Public Health services and physicians in Yogyakarta during the period of January to October 1985 have been investigated. The results indicated that 75.20% of the patients were suffering diarrhoea of more than one day, and 83.10% with more than three times diarrhoea frequency in one day. In addition to diarrhoea symptoms, in more than 50% patients they were accompanied by abdominal pain and fever. Four point two percent of the patients received electrolyte and sugar solution before treatment. Examinations of faecal materials uncovered the presence of various bacteria suspected to be the causative agents of diarrhoea] diseases namely Vibrio parahaemolyticu.s, Vibrio choleree, Shigella flexneri, Salmonella enteritidis and E. coll. Key Words: diarrhoea] disease — abdominal pain — fever -- electrolyte solution — bacteriology

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