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Endometrial curettage in abnormal vaginal bleedings in 1964 and 1983 at the Panti Rapih Hospital, Yogyakarta, and family planning Roekmini Soedibjo, Roekmini Soedibjo
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 04 (1984)
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This study was undertaken to compare the causes of abnormal vaginal bleedings in 1964 before the family planning program in Indonesia was introduced and in 1983 when this program was widely accepted:The samples were taken from the files of the Department of Pathology, Gadjah Mada University Medical Faculty, during the period of July 1 — December 31 in the years 1964 and 1983.The results suggested that in 1964 these bleedings were mainly caused by conception (52.9%), while in 1983 only 19.7% were caused by conception. In 1964 most dysfunctional bleedings were found in the perimenopause groups and in 1983 in the child bearing groups.Extended studies utilizing larger samples could provide further information about the role of ex - ogen hormons for contraception and therapy or hormons for cosmetic purposes, and also about endogenic factors; it would be necessary to work together with other specialists as well as psychologists.Key Words: abnormal vaginal bleeding - endometrial curettage - family planning program
Studies of Blood Pressure in Primary School Children in a Rural Area in Indonesia A. Samik Wahab, A. Samik Wahab
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 04 (1984)
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Telah diukur tekanan darah pada 506 anak sekolah yang berumur antara 6-14 tahun dan terdiri atas 227 anak laki-laki dan 279 anak wanita. Sampel ini diambil secara duster dan acak dari suatu populasi anak sekolah di pedesaan. Tekanan darah ini diukur pada anak sekolah clari 17 sekolah dasar kecamatan Sewon, Bantu!, Daerah lstimewa Yogyakarta. 17 sekolah ini merupakan sampel dari seluruh sekolah dasar yang ada di kecamatan Sewon.Alat yang dipakai untuk mengukur adalah sphygmomanometer bahan air raksa, dan pengukuran dilakukan oleh hanya sacs orang. Semua anak mula•mula diukur tekanan darahnya pada posisi duduk, kemudian pada posisi telentang.Hasilnya pada posisi duduk tekanan darah sistolik berbeda secara bermakna antara anak lakilaki dan wanita, kecuali pada anak umur 6 tahun. Demikian juga tekanan darah diastolik, kecuali pada anak umur 14 tahun.Tekanan darah pada posisi duduk dan tidur berbeda bermakna balk pada laki-laki maupun pada wanita.Key Words: blood pressure - rural primary school children - systolic pressure - diastolic pressure
Some Problems in the Use of the Medical Nomenclature and Terminology in Indonesia: A Preliminary Study Ahmad W Pratiknya, Ahmad W Pratiknya
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 04 (1984)
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Although medical science and practice have developed for a long time in Indonesia, there are still many difficulties and confusions in the use of the medical nomenclature and terminology. This fact is due to the imbalance between the fast rate of transfer of science and the slow rate of language transfer, especially in the field of medicine.The main problems identified are:a. Which procedure should be chosen in the language transfer and what should be done with the declination rule?b. How should the transfer be carried out in different fields of medical terminology? To anticipate these problems, five alternatives of language transfer are forwarded, i., e.:1. full adaptation,2. adaptation without declination,3. translation,4. full transcription, and5. transcription without declination.The last alternative is recommended to be used in IT/05t fields of medical terminology.Key Words: medical nomenclature - terminology - language transfer - translation - transcription
Reduction of aspirin bioavailability by cimetidine R.H.Yudono, R.H.Yudono
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 04 (1984)
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The effect of cimetidine on the oral bioavailability of aspirin has been investigated in seven healthy adult volunteers. The estimation of bioavailability was performed by calculating the amount of the total salicylate recovered in the 72 hour urinary sample following an oral aspirin dose of 500 mg, first during control and second after pretreatment with oral cimetidine (RlUlcedin) 400 mg single dose given one hour prior to the administration of aspirin.The bioavailability of aspirin after cimetidine (36.5% ± SEM 4,2%) was significantly (paired. t-test, P
Endometrial curettage in abnormal vaginal bleedings in 1964 and 1983 at the Panti Rapih Hospital, Yogyakarta, and family planning Roekmini Soedibjo, Roekmini Soedibjo
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 04 (1984)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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This study was undertaken to compare the causes of abnormal vaginal bleedings in 1964 before the family planning program in Indonesia was introduced and in 1983 when this program was widely accepted:The samples were taken from the files of the Department of Pathology, Gadjah Mada University Medical Faculty, during the period of July 1 — December 31 in the years 1964 and 1983.The results suggested that in 1964 these bleedings were mainly caused by conception (52.9%), while in 1983 only 19.7% were caused by conception. In 1964 most dysfunctional bleedings were found in the perimenopause groups and in 1983 in the child bearing groups.Extended studies utilizing larger samples could provide further information about the role of ex - ogen hormons for contraception and therapy or hormons for cosmetic purposes, and also about endogenic factors; it would be necessary to work together with other specialists as well as psychologists.Key Words: abnormal vaginal bleeding - endometrial curettage - family planning program
Some Problems in the Use of the Medical Nomenclature and Terminology in Indonesia: A Preliminary Study Ahmad W Pratiknya, Ahmad W Pratiknya
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 04 (1984)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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Although medical science and practice have developed for a long time in Indonesia, there are still many difficulties and confusions in the use of the medical nomenclature and terminology. This fact is due to the imbalance between the fast rate of transfer of science and the slow rate of 'language transfer', especially in the field of medicine.The main problems identified are:a. Which procedure should be chosen in the 'language transfer' and what should be done with the declination rule?b. How should the transfer be carried out in different fields of medical terminology? To anticipate these problems, five alternatives of language transfer' are forwarded, i., e.:'1. full adaptation,2. adaptation without declination,3. translation,4. full transcription, and5. transcription without declination.The last alternative is recommended to be used in IT/05t fields of medical terminology.Key Words: medical nomenclature - terminology - 'language transfer' - translation - transcription
Reduction of aspirin bioavailability by cimetidine R.H.Yudono, R.H.Yudono
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 04 (1984)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (176.534 KB)

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The effect of cimetidine on the oral bioavailability of aspirin has been investigated in seven healthy adult volunteers. The estimation of bioavailability was performed by calculating the amount of the total salicylate recovered in the 72 hour urinary sample following an oral aspirin dose of 500 mg, first during control and second after pretreatment with oral cimetidine (RlUlcedin) 400 mg single dose given one hour prior to the administration of aspirin.The bioavailability of aspirin after cimetidine (36.5% ± SEM 4,2%) was significantly (paired. t-test, P
Studies of Blood Pressure in Primary School Children in a Rural Area in Indonesia A. Samik Wahab, A. Samik Wahab
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 16, No 04 (1984)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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Telah diukur tekanan darah pada 506 anak sekolah yang berumur antara 6-14 tahun dan terdiri atas 227 anak laki-laki dan 279 anak wanita. Sampel ini diambil secara duster dan acak dari suatu populasi anak sekolah di pedesaan. Tekanan darah ini diukur pada anak sekolah clari 17 sekolah dasar kecamatan Sewon, Bantu!, Daerah lstimewa Yogyakarta. 17 sekolah ini merupakan sampel dari seluruh sekolah dasar yang ada di kecamatan Sewon.Alat yang dipakai untuk mengukur adalah sphygmomanometer bahan air raksa, dan pengukuran dilakukan oleh hanya sacs orang. Semua anak mula•mula diukur tekanan darahnya pada posisi duduk, kemudian pada posisi telentang.Hasilnya pada posisi duduk tekanan darah sistolik berbeda secara bermakna antara anak lakilaki dan wanita, kecuali pada anak umur 6 tahun. Demikian juga tekanan darah diastolik, kecuali pada anak umur 14 tahun.Tekanan darah pada posisi duduk dan tidur berbeda bermakna balk pada laki-laki maupun pada wanita.Key Words: blood pressure - rural primary school children - systolic pressure - diastolic pressure

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