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The relationship between blood pressure and anthropometric measurements of junior high school students in the Municipality of Yogyakarta Wasilah Rochmah, Wasilah Rochmah
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The relationship between blood pressure and body weight, body height, and other anthropometric measurements, i, e,, upper arm circumference and fat thickness, was studied in 280 junior high school students, aged 12-17 years. Blood pressure was measured by using mercury sphygmomanometer; measurements were conducted once in the sitting position, and the subjects were considered to be normal based on the physical diagnostic examination. The results found showed that there are correlations between either systolic or diastolic blood pressure with anthropometric meas• ;urements. Since upper arm circumference indicates the muscle, bone and fat components of the body mass, further study is needed to determine which component has the highest correlation with blood pressure.Key Words: blood pressure - adolescence - anthropometry - nutrition - body mass
Varieties in Indonesia Traditional Haelth Care Azwar Agoes, Azwar Agoes
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 02 (1984)
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Indonesia merupakan negara kepulauan yang amat luas, terdiri atas pelbagai suku dan jenis ke. budayaan. Cara-cars pengobatan tradisional tumbuh sesuai dengan kehidupan dan interaksi pen. duduk dengan sekitarnya, termasuk hubungannya dengan cara-cara pengobatan modern yang dikenal melalui adanya Puskesmas pada setiap Kecamatan.Banyak orang menganggap pengobatan tradisional Indonesia identik dengan jamu. Berdasarkan basil beberapa seminar pengobatan tradisional maupun laporan-laporan terdahulu, dapat disc-but bahwa sesungguhnya is terdiri atas empat kategori, yaitu:1.Pelayanan kesehatan/pengobatan suku terasing,2.Fitoterapi atau penggunaan jamu,3.Terapi-manual dan4.Psikoterapi oleh dukun dan ahli kebatinan.Diterangkan dap-tiap komponen dan di review pustaka yang ada korelasinya,Key Words: Indonesian traditional medicine - herbs - faith healer - shaman - phytotherapy
Sexual dimorphism in morphognostic features of the inhabitants of the island of Palue Josef Glinka, Josef Glinka
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 02 (1984)
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The island of Palue belongs to the Lesser Sunda Islands, north of the island of Flores. The data given here arc of 526 men and 296 women. Nine features are presented: 1. the hairform, 2. the position of the aperture of the palpebra, 3. the epicanthus, 4. the size of the aperture of the mouth, 5. the thickness of the lips, 6. the profile of the forehead, 7. the profile of the nose, 8. the profile ofthe upper integ-umental lip, and 9. the prognathism. According CO the 12 >3 test only the 1st,the 4th, the 6th and the 7th features are significantly dimorphic. According to the chi-square test in contingency tables, besides this four, also the 2nd, the 8th and the 9th features could be accepted as dimorphic with the risk of P = 0.03, P 0.01 and P 0.056 respectively.Key Words: Indonesia - Lesser Sunda Islands - Palue - sexual dimorphism - morphognosric
Karakteristik Anthropometrik Penduduk Pulau Palue Josef Glinka, Josef Glinka
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 02 (1984)
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The island of Palue belongs to the Lesser Sunda Archipelago on 121° 43 East and 8° 20 South, some 15 km north of Central Flores. The anthropometrical material given here was collected in 1966/67 by the author, At that time the island was a biological isolate. The number of individuals is 526 men and 296 women.Key Words: Indonesia - Lesser Sunda Islands - Palue - anthropometry - biological isolate
Universitas Polemologi dan Perang Terakhir T. Jacob, T. Jacob
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 02 (1984)
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This article discusses the problem of war among men which at present in the form of nuclear warfare constitutes the greatest threat against humanity and the human ecosystem. In the present state of evolution of the arms race $25 000 per second is spent for manufacturing weapons and four tons of TNT per capita arc available in the world arsenal for everybody. The cost to kill a human being has been increasing steadily, and wars have been taking more and more victims, with larger proportions of civilians. Natural scientists and engineers are more involved in the research and development of weaponry, and consequently, less funds arid manpower are allocated in the social and welfare sectors.It seems strange that the awareness of nuclear threat, which is real and immediate, is very low in the Third World; however. the International Association of University Presidents had successfully adopted the proposal for the International Day of Peace in its Congress in Costa Rica, and the first President of Gadjah Mada University since the 1950s had called attention towards studies and social innovation for the purpose of world peace.The nuclear arms race, which is more likely to precipitate a nuclear war, and which has taken victims though it has not yet become a reality, in the form of less social expenditures, its psychological influence on the young generation living continuously under a nuclear threat, and itspotential danger against the global ecosystem and human existence, altogether pales the destruction of Hiroshima by Little Boy.More important is the impotence of medical measures in case of a nuclear war, so that the one and only step to be taken is prevention. In this connection we observed the growing world movements against nuclear war which include more non-political groups without ideological affiliation.Actions that could be taken by a university in the Third World is limhed to conducting studies on human aggression and conflict resolution, teaching the etiology of war and the preservation of peace. and scientific ethics both in the hard and the soft sciences, and creating public awareness that a nuclear war is far different than a conventional one, in scale as well as in impact. In addition, Key Words: peace studies — nuclear war -- scientific ethics — arms race — Hiroshimaefforts for the prevention of nuclear war in the developed countries should be sThis article discusses the problem of war among men which at present in the form of nuclear warfare constitutes the greatest threat against humanity and the human ecosystem. In the present state of evolution of the arms race $25 000 per second is spent for manufacturing weapons and four tons of TNT per capita arc available in the world arsenal for everybody. The cost to kill a human being has been increasing steadily, and wars have been taking more and more victims, with larger proportions of civilians. Natural scientists and engineers are more involved in the research and development of weaponry, and consequently, less funds arid manpower are allocated in the social and welfare sectors.It seems strange that the awareness of nuclear threat, which is real and immediate, is very low in the Third World; however. the International Association of University Presidents had successfully adopted the proposal for the International Day of Peace in its Congress in Costa Rica, and the first President of Gadjah Mada University since the 1950s had called attention towards studies and social innovation for the purpose of world peace.The nuclear arms race, which is more likely to precipitate a nuclear war, and which has taken victims though it has not yet become a reality, in the form of less social expenditures, its psychological influence on the young generation living continuously under a nuclear threat, and itspotential danger against the global ecosystem and human existence, altogether pales the destruction of Hiroshima by Little Boy.More important is the impotence of medical measures in case of a nuclear war, so that the one and only step to be taken is prevention. In this connection we observed the growing world movements against nuclear war which include more non-political groups without ideological affiliation.Actions that could be taken by a university in the Third World is limhed to conducting studies on human aggression and conflict resolution, teaching the etiology of war and the preservation of peace. and scientific ethics both in the hard and the soft sciences, and creating public awareness that a nuclear war is far different than a conventional one, in scale as well as in impact. In addition, Key Words: peace studies — nuclear war -- scientific ethics — arms race — Hiroshimaefforts for the prevention of nuclear war in the developed countries should be supported, and solidarity among men should be intensified for further cultural emancipation.upported, and solidarity among men should be intensified for further cultural emancipation.Key Words: peace studies - nuclear war - scintific ethics - arms race - hiroshima
Universitas Polemologi dan Perang Terakhir T. Jacob, T. Jacob
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 02 (1984)
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This article discusses the problem of war among men which at present in the form of nuclear warfare constitutes the greatest threat against humanity and the human ecosystem. In the present state of evolution of the arms race $25 000 per second is spent for manufacturing weapons and four tons of TNT per capita arc available in the world arsenal for everybody. The cost to kill a human being has been increasing steadily, and wars have been taking more and more victims, with larger proportions of civilians. Natural scientists and engineers are more involved in the research and development of weaponry, and consequently, less funds arid manpower are allocated in the social and welfare sectors.It seems strange that the awareness of nuclear threat, which is real and immediate, is very low in the Third World; however. the International Association of University Presidents had successfully adopted the proposal for the International Day of Peace in its Congress in Costa Rica, and the first President of Gadjah Mada University since the 1950s had called attention towards studies and social innovation for the purpose of world peace.The nuclear arms race, which is more likely to precipitate a nuclear war, and which has taken victims though it has not yet become a reality, in the form of less social expenditures, its psychological influence on the young generation living continuously under a nuclear threat, and itspotential danger against the global ecosystem and human existence, altogether pales the destruction of Hiroshima by Little Boy.More important is the impotence of medical measures in case of a nuclear war, so that the one and only step to be taken is prevention. In this connection we observed the growing world movements against nuclear war which include more non-political groups without ideological affiliation.Actions that could be taken by a university in the Third World is limhed to conducting studies on human aggression and conflict resolution, teaching the etiology of war and the preservation of peace. and scientific ethics both in the hard and the soft sciences, and creating public awareness that a nuclear war is far different than a conventional one, in scale as well as in impact. In addition, Key Words: peace studies — nuclear war -- scientific ethics — arms race — Hiroshimaefforts for the prevention of nuclear war in the developed countries should be sThis article discusses the problem of war among men which at present in the form of nuclear warfare constitutes the greatest threat against humanity and the human ecosystem. In the present state of evolution of the arms race $25 000 per second is spent for manufacturing weapons and four tons of TNT per capita arc available in the world arsenal for everybody. The cost to kill a human being has been increasing steadily, and wars have been taking more and more victims, with larger proportions of civilians. Natural scientists and engineers are more involved in the research and development of weaponry, and consequently, less funds arid manpower are allocated in the social and welfare sectors.It seems strange that the awareness of nuclear threat, which is real and immediate, is very low in the Third World; however. the International Association of University Presidents had successfully adopted the proposal for the International Day of Peace in its Congress in Costa Rica, and the first President of Gadjah Mada University since the 1950s had called attention towards studies and social innovation for the purpose of world peace.The nuclear arms race, which is more likely to precipitate a nuclear war, and which has taken victims though it has not yet become a reality, in the form of less social expenditures, its psychological influence on the young generation living continuously under a nuclear threat, and itspotential danger against the global ecosystem and human existence, altogether pales the destruction of Hiroshima by Little Boy.More important is the impotence of medical measures in case of a nuclear war, so that the one and only step to be taken is prevention. In this connection we observed the growing world movements against nuclear war which include more non-political groups without ideological affiliation.Actions that could be taken by a university in the Third World is limhed to conducting studies on human aggression and conflict resolution, teaching the etiology of war and the preservation of peace. and scientific ethics both in the hard and the soft sciences, and creating public awareness that a nuclear war is far different than a conventional one, in scale as well as in impact. In addition, Key Words: peace studies — nuclear war -- scientific ethics — arms race — Hiroshimaefforts for the prevention of nuclear war in the developed countries should be supported, and solidarity among men should be intensified for further cultural emancipation.upported, and solidarity among men should be intensified for further cultural emancipation.Key Words: peace studies - nuclear war - scintific ethics - arms race - hiroshima
The relationship between blood pressure and anthropometric measurements of junior high school students in the Municipality of Yogyakarta Wasilah Rochmah, Wasilah Rochmah
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 02 (1984)
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The relationship between blood pressure and body weight, body height, and other anthropometric measurements, i, e,, upper arm circumference and fat thickness, was studied in 280 junior high school students, aged 12-17 years. Blood pressure was measured by using mercury sphygmomanometer; measurements were conducted once in the sitting position, and the subjects were considered to be normal based on the physical diagnostic examination. The results found showed that there are correlations between either systolic or diastolic blood pressure with anthropometric meas• ;urements. Since upper arm circumference indicates the muscle, bone and fat components of the body mass, further study is needed to determine which component has the highest correlation with blood pressure.Key Words: blood pressure - adolescence - anthropometry - nutrition - body mass
Sexual dimorphism in morphognostic features of the inhabitants of the island of Palue Josef Glinka, Josef Glinka
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 02 (1984)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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The island of Palue belongs to the Lesser Sunda Islands, north of the island of Flores. The data given here arc of 526 men and 296 women. Nine features are presented: 1. the hairform, 2. the position of the aperture of the palpebra, 3. the epicanthus, 4. the size of the aperture of the mouth, 5. the thickness of the lips, 6. the profile of the forehead, 7. the profile of the nose, 8. the profile ofthe upper integ-umental lip, and 9. the prognathism. According CO the 12 >3 test only the 1st,the 4th, the 6th and the 7th features are significantly dimorphic. According to the chi-square test in contingency tables, besides this four, also the 2nd, the 8th and the 9th features could be accepted as dimorphic with the risk of P = 0.03, P 0.01 and P 0.056 respectively.Key Words: Indonesia - Lesser Sunda Islands - Palue - sexual dimorphism - morphognosric
Karakteristik Anthropometrik Penduduk Pulau Palue Josef Glinka, Josef Glinka
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 02 (1984)
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The island of Palue belongs to the Lesser Sunda Archipelago on 121° 43' East and 8° 20' South, some 15 km north of Central Flores. The anthropometrical material given here was collected in 1966/67 by the author, At that time the island was a biological isolate. The number of individuals is 526 men and 296 women.Key Words: Indonesia - Lesser Sunda Islands - Palue - anthropometry - biological isolate
Varieties in Indonesia Traditional Haelth Care Azwar Agoes, Azwar Agoes
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 02 (1984)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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Indonesia merupakan negara kepulauan yang amat luas, terdiri atas pelbagai suku dan jenis ke. budayaan. Cara-cars pengobatan tradisional tumbuh sesuai dengan kehidupan dan interaksi pen. duduk dengan sekitarnya, termasuk hubungannya dengan cara-cara pengobatan modern yang dikenal melalui adanya Puskesmas pada setiap Kecamatan.Banyak orang menganggap pengobatan tradisional Indonesia identik dengan jamu. Berdasarkan basil beberapa seminar pengobatan tradisional maupun laporan-laporan terdahulu, dapat disc-but bahwa sesungguhnya is terdiri atas empat kategori, yaitu:1.Pelayanan kesehatan/pengobatan suku terasing,2.Fitoterapi atau penggunaan jamu,3.Terapi-manual dan4.Psikoterapi oleh dukun dan ahli kebatinan.Diterangkan dap-tiap komponen dan di review pustaka yang ada korelasinya,Key Words: Indonesian traditional medicine - herbs - faith healer - shaman - phytotherapy

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