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The effectiveness and complications of lrabeculectomy in Dr. Sardjilo Central General Hospital, Yogyakarta Suhardjo, Suhardjo
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 03 (1987)
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The effectiveness of trabeculectomy has been studied in 65 primary glaucomatous patients consisting of 30 men and 35 women. The trabeculectomy was able to control the intraocular pressure in 89% of cases and it improved visual acuity in 67.69% of cases. Based on the iridocorneal angle appearances, the cases of primary closed angle glaucoma were more frequent than those of primary open angle glaucoma. The most frequent complication found was hyphaema which occured in 23.08% of cases, but it I usually disappeared in 7 days post-operatively. Anterior uveitis was the second complication and this happened in 6.15% of cases. Other complications such as flat anterior chamber and cataract were very rare. Conjunctival fistula, bleb rupture and intraocular infection were not found here. Key Words: trabeculectomy - glaucoma - control of intraocular pressure - visual acuity improvement - hyphaemia
The impact of the preparation and outbreak of a nuclear war on man and his ecosystem T. Jacob, T. Jacob
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 03 (1987)
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This article described the medical effects of nuclear arms race and of a probable, intended, unintentional or self-ignited, nuclear war. The danger prior CO and after the explosion of the nuclear arsenal is brought forth. Among the post-war effects the global and prolonged ecological damages are elaborated, affecting both the physical-biological and cultural ecosystem. Considering these effects, post-war survival would not be preferable to immediate death. Medicine would be rendered impotent in such a nuclear holocaust; hence, all efforts have to be concentrated on prevention. Indonesia despite its geographical and political position would not be well off in a total nuclear confrontation. Even here, therefore, the physician as teacher-healer, biologist and scientist or technologist, and especially as a human being, cannot escape the social responsibility to contribute his utmost effort towards the prevention of nuclear war and its preparation. Key Words: medical effects of nuclear war - nuclear winter - human extinction - UV radiation - suppression of immune system
Hiperglikemia dan Komplikasi Akut Diabetes Mellitus Ahmad H Asdie, Ahmad H Asdie
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 03 (1987)
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Diabetes mellitus is a chronic metabolic disorder due to relative or absolute deficiency of insulin. The disease may be characterized by acute symptoms and signs of insulin deficiency, which are called acute complications in this paper. Diabetes is also associated with chronic complications such as atherosclerosis, neuropathy, nephropathy, retinopathy, and cataract. The paper presented a brief review of the role of hyperglycemia in the development of complic ations in the diabetic patient. There is little controversy as to the necessity of insulin for therapy and for prevention of diabetic complications. Key Words: diabetes mellitus - insulin deficiency - hyperglycemia - metabolic disorder - lipoprotein
Pentotal anaesthetic induction time laps at the Central Operation Installation of Dr. Sardjito Central General Hospital Ismail Sujud, Ismail Sujud
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 03 (1987)
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This investigation was done randomly at the Central Operation Installation of Dr. Sardjito Central General Hospital during the months of September, October, November and December 1986. Ninety-one patients were included who needed general anaesthesia with the degree risk of anaesthesia ASA I, ASA II and ASA III. The results showed that the mean induction time laps were as follows: I. adult patients with premedication drugs need (29.5 ± 5.385) seconds, 2.adult patients without premedication drugs need (50.4 ± 6.202) seconds, 3.geriatric patients with premedication drugs need (36.8 ± 4.408) seconds, 4. geriatric patients without premedication drugs need (61.0 ± 7.116) seconds. Key Words: anaesthetic induction time laps — premedication drugs — general anae
Hiperglikemia dan Komplikasi Akut Diabetes Mellitus Ahmad H Asdie, Ahmad H Asdie
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 03 (1987)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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Diabetes mellitus is a chronic metabolic disorder due to relative or absolute deficiency of insulin. The disease may be characterized by acute symptoms and signs of insulin deficiency, which are called acute complications in this paper. Diabetes is also associated with chronic complications such as atherosclerosis, neuropathy, nephropathy, retinopathy, and' cataract. The paper presented a brief review of the role of hyperglycemia in the development of complic ations in the diabetic patient. There is little controversy as to the necessity of insulin for therapy and for prevention of diabetic complications. Key Words: diabetes mellitus - insulin deficiency - hyperglycemia - metabolic disorder - lipoprotein
The effectiveness and complications of lrabeculectomy in Dr. Sardjilo Central General Hospital, Yogyakarta Suhardjo, Suhardjo
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 03 (1987)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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The effectiveness of trabeculectomy has been studied in 65 primary glaucomatous patients consisting of 30 men and 35 women. The trabeculectomy was able to control the intraocular pressure in 89% of cases and it improved visual acuity in 67.69% of cases. Based on the iridocorneal angle appearances, the cases of primary closed angle glaucoma were more frequent than those of primary open angle glaucoma. The most frequent complication found was hyphaema which occured in 23.08% of cases, but it I usually disappeared in 7 days post-operatively. Anterior uveitis was the second complication and this happened in 6.15% of cases. Other complications such as flat anterior chamber and cataract were very rare. Conjunctival fistula, bleb rupture and intraocular infection were not found here. Key Words: trabeculectomy - glaucoma - control of intraocular pressure - visual acuity improvement - hyphaemia
The impact of the preparation and outbreak of a nuclear war on man and his ecosystem T. Jacob, T. Jacob
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 03 (1987)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (369.764 KB)

Abstract

This article described the medical effects of nuclear arms race and of a probable, intended, unintentional or self-ignited, nuclear war. The danger prior CO and after the explosion of the nuclear arsenal is brought forth. Among the post-war effects the global and prolonged ecological damages are elaborated, affecting both the physical-biological and cultural ecosystem. Considering these effects, post-war survival would not be preferable to immediate death. Medicine would be rendered impotent in such a nuclear holocaust; hence, all efforts have to be concentrated on prevention. Indonesia despite its geographical and political position would not be well off in a total nuclear confrontation. Even here, therefore, the physician as teacher-healer, biologist and scientist or technologist, and especially as a human being, cannot escape the social responsibility to contribute his utmost effort towards the prevention of nuclear war and its preparation. Key Words: medical effects of nuclear war - nuclear winter - human extinction - UV radiation - suppression of immune system
Pentotal anaesthetic induction time laps at the Central Operation Installation of Dr. Sardjito Central General Hospital Ismail Sujud, Ismail Sujud
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 19, No 03 (1987)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (209.858 KB)

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This investigation was done randomly at the Central Operation Installation of Dr. Sardjito Central General Hospital during the months of September, October, November and December 1986. Ninety-one patients were included who needed general anaesthesia with the degree risk of anaesthesia ASA I, ASA II and ASA III. The results showed that the mean induction time laps were as follows: I. adult patients with premedication drugs need (29.5 ± 5.385) seconds, 2.adult patients without premedication drugs need (50.4 ± 6.202) seconds, 3.geriatric patients with premedication drugs need (36.8 ± 4.408) seconds, 4. geriatric patients without premedication drugs need (61.0 ± 7.116) seconds. Key Words: anaesthetic induction time laps — premedication drugs — general anae

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