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Pengaruh Gangguan "Circadian" Terhadap Struktur Histologik Testis dan Ovarium Tikus Putih (Rattus norvegicus) Daryanto, Daryanto
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 20, No 03 (1988)
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The effect of the total solar eclipse on the testicular and ovarian tissues of the albino rats has been investigated.Thirty adult male and female albino rats, Lembaga Makanan Rakyat (LMR) strain, were used in this investigation, and consisting of 15 male and 15 female albino rats and divided into three main groups.The first group, consisting of 5 male and 5 female albino rats were used as control group and to be decapitated one hour before the total solar eclipse occurred. The second group, consisting of 5 male and 5 female albino rats were used as a treatment group, which experienced a total solar eclipse and to be decapitated exactly when the eclipse finished. The third group consisting of 5 male and 5 female albino rats were used as a second control group, and to be decapitated one hour after the total solar eclipse finished.The results of this investigation revealed that there is no significant differences in the structure and function of testicular tissues as well as of ovarian tissues of the albino rats.Key Words: circadian rhythm - total solar eclipse - testis - ovarium - photoperiodicity
Penatalaksanaan Diabetes Mellitus pada Orang Dewasa Ahmad H. Asdie, Ahmad H. Asdie
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 20, No 03 (1988)
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The aim of the diabetic treatment is to restore glucose intolerance to normal. There are abundant evidence that chronic hyperglycemia, from whatever cause, leads to chronic complications, such as angiopa thy, retinopathy, nephropathy and neuropathy. Prophylactic treatment should include good diabetic control and avoidance of other factors involving pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, e. obesity, smoking and hypertension. To achieve this aim, all diabetics, regardless of their age or the severity of their diabetes, must take an active role in managing their disease, and they must have adequate information about the importance of dietary management and must be instructed in suitable diet planning. Diet remains the cornerstone of the treatment of diabetes in adults. Meal-schedule, caloric intake and the composition of the diet must be a relative constant, against which is computed the necessary medication and the individuals exercise habits.Education of diabetic patients and their families should begin at the time of diagnosis. In long term diabetes education, the basic concepts of management should be reviewed together with patients during clinic visits at stated interval.Ketonuria usually means that insulin will be necessary.Key Word: diabetes mellitus — home glucose monitoring — dietary management — glocuse intolerance — diabetic education.
Epidemiologi Pemakaian Obat Peranannya Want Peningkatan Kualitas Pelayanan Kesehatan Budiono Santoso, Budiono Santoso
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 20, No 03 (1988)
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Drug utilization has been defined as "the marketing, distribution, prescription and use of drugs in a society, with special emphasis on the resulting medical, social and economic consequences". The aim of drug utilization study is to achieve optimal use of drugs in a society, i. e. safe, efficacious, rational and cost-effective. Various benefits can be obtained from drug utilization study which by all means may increase the quality of patient care.Drug utilization study may be classified into two types based on its specific aim. First routine monitoring of drug use in a society which is aimed at examining the general pattern of drug use and predicting the forthcoming trends, and second special drug utilization study which is aimed at investigating specific study questions and hypothesis.Review of the pattern of drug utilization is likely becoming and effective feedback to the prescribers and drug policy makers towards more rational use of drugs.Key Words: drug utilization - patient care - drug policy - pharmacoepidemiology - drug abuse
Sakit dan Sehat, Perang dan Damai T. Jacob, T. Jacob
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 20, No 03 (1988)
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This article described war as a colossal disaster, and nuclear war as the largest and the last manmade disaster. It exposed various levels of peace from total (utopian) peace to the absence of nuclear war. Differences in the concept of peace are brought forth from intraindividual peace to international peace. Threat to peace could and should be faced by various ways from the study of peace and war to peace or anti-war demonstrations. The nature of peace movements ranges from collecdon of signatures to the prevention of war preparation.Furtheremoie, the present world armament especially nuclear weaponry are described, followed by its effects on the health of mankind prior to their use, by diverting funds away from social and welfare sectors. The aim of war has become obscure because nothing can be achieved by nuclear war except total annihilation.Lastly, the effects of nuclear war are discussed, including the biological, medical, psychological, ecological and social economic consequences, and the article is concluded by enumerating the efforts of health professionals in preventing the extinction of mankind by unintended nuclear war.Key Words: consequences of nuclear war - Black Death - social responsibility of health professionals - war victims - chemical and microbiological weapons
Pengaruh Gangguan "Circadian" Terhadap Struktur Histologik Testis dan Ovarium Tikus Putih (Rattus norvegicus) Daryanto, Daryanto
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 20, No 03 (1988)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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The effect of the total solar eclipse on the testicular and ovarian tissues of the albino rats has been investigated.Thirty adult male and female albino rats, Lembaga Makanan Rakyat (LMR) strain, were used in this investigation, and consisting of 15 male and 15 female albino rats and divided into three main groups.The first group, consisting of 5 male and 5 female albino rats were used as control group and to be decapitated one hour before the total solar eclipse occurred. The second group, consisting of 5 male and 5 female albino rats were used as a treatment group, which experienced a total solar eclipse and to be decapitated exactly when the eclipse finished. The third group consisting of 5 male and 5 female albino rats were used as a second control group, and to be decapitated one hour after the total solar eclipse finished.The results of this investigation revealed that there is no significant differences in the structure and function of testicular tissues as well as of ovarian tissues of the albino rats.Key Words: circadian rhythm - total solar eclipse - testis - ovarium - photoperiodicity
Sakit dan Sehat, Perang dan Damai T. Jacob, T. Jacob
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 20, No 03 (1988)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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Abstract

This article described war as a colossal disaster, and nuclear war as the largest and the last manmade disaster. It exposed various levels of peace from total (utopian) peace to the absence of nuclear war. Differences in the concept of peace are brought forth from intraindividual peace to international peace. Threat to peace could and should be faced by various ways from the study of peace and war to peace or anti-war demonstrations. The nature of peace movements ranges from collecdon of signatures to the prevention of war preparation.Furtheremoie, the present world armament especially nuclear weaponry are described, followed by its effects on the health of mankind prior to their use, by diverting funds away from social and welfare sectors. The aim of war has become obscure because nothing can be achieved by nuclear war except total annihilation.Lastly, the effects of nuclear war are discussed, including the biological, medical, psychological, ecological and social economic consequences, and the article is concluded by enumerating the efforts of health professionals in preventing the extinction of mankind by unintended nuclear war.Key Words: consequences of nuclear war - Black Death - social responsibility of health professionals - war victims - chemical and microbiological weapons
Penatalaksanaan Diabetes Mellitus pada Orang Dewasa Ahmad H. Asdie, Ahmad H. Asdie
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 20, No 03 (1988)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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The aim of the diabetic treatment is to restore glucose intolerance to normal. There are abundant evidence that chronic hyperglycemia, from whatever cause, leads to chronic complications, such as angiopa thy, retinopathy, nephropathy and neuropathy. Prophylactic treatment should include good diabetic control and avoidance of other factors involving pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, e. obesity, smoking and hypertension. To achieve this aim, all diabetics, regardless of their age or the severity of their diabetes, must take an active role in managing their disease, and they must have adequate information about the importance of dietary management and must be instructed in suitable diet planning. Diet remains the cornerstone of the treatment of diabetes in adults. Meal-schedule, caloric intake and the composition of the diet must be a relative constant, against which is computed the necessary medication and the individual's exercise habits.Education of diabetic patients and their families should begin at the time of diagnosis. In long term diabetes education, the basic concepts of management should be reviewed together with patients during clinic visits at stated interval.Ketonuria usually means that insulin will be necessary.Key Word: diabetes mellitus — home glucose monitoring — dietary management — glocuse intolerance — diabetic education.
Epidemiologi Pemakaian Obat Peranannya Want Peningkatan Kualitas Pelayanan Kesehatan Budiono Santoso, Budiono Santoso
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 20, No 03 (1988)
Publisher : Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala ilmu Kedokteran)

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Drug utilization has been defined as "the marketing, distribution, prescription and use of drugs in a society, with special emphasis on the resulting medical, social and economic consequences". The aim of drug utilization study is to achieve optimal use of drugs in a society, i. e. safe, efficacious, rational and cost-effective. Various benefits can be obtained from drug utilization study which by all means may increase the quality of patient care.Drug utilization study may be classified into two types based on its specific aim. First routine monitoring of drug use in a society which is aimed at examining the general pattern of drug use and predicting the forthcoming trends, and second special drug utilization study which is aimed at investigating specific study questions and hypothesis.Review of the pattern of drug utilization is likely becoming and effective feedback to the prescribers and drug policy makers towards more rational use of drugs.Key Words: drug utilization - patient care - drug policy - pharmacoepidemiology - drug abuse

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