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Correlation between alkaline phosphatase, g-glutamyl transpeptidase, and bilirubin with interleukin-1b level in dogs with obstructive jaundice Setyawan, Nurcahya; Budipramana, Vicky S.
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 47, No 4 (2015)
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Surgical management in obstructive jaundice still contributes to significant morbidity and mortality. One of complications following surgery in obstructive jaundice is sepsis. This complication is caused by the toxic effects of bilirubin and bile salts, endotoxins, bacterial translocation, modulation of the immune-inflammatory cascade, decreased cellular immunity and/or nutritional status. Many studies have shown the elevated inflammatory response indicator, interleukin-1 (IL-1b), in patients with obstructive jaundice. However, only a few report described the association between the indicators of obstructive jaundice (alkaline phosphatase [ALP], g-glutamyl transpeptidase [GGT], and bilirubin)and the indicator of inflammatory response (interleukin-1b [IL-1b]). This study aimed to investigate the association between the indicator of obstructive jaundice (ALP, GGT, and bilirubin) and the level of interleukin-1b (IL-1b) in dogs as the animal model. We performed ligation on distal common bile ducts (CBD) to produce a model of obstructive jaundice. Every three days within a month, the blood samples from ten dogs were extracted to determine the ALP, GGT, direct and total bilirubin, and IL-1b levels. We found a significant correlation between the ALP and GGT with IL-1b level with p-value of 0.036 (r=0.626) and 0.003 (r=0.826). However, there was no association between the increased directbilirubin with the IL-1b level (p=0.068; r=0.537). Moreover, the increased level of ALP and GGT had a strong correlation with the increased level of direct bilirubin with p-value of 0.004 (r=0.810) and p=0.011 (r=0.746). In conclusion, the increased level of GGT was the strongest indicator for inflammatory response in dogs with obstructive jaundice. Furthermore, the increased levels of GGT and ALP might imply the development of obstructive jaundice in dogs.
Increasing Serum Transaminase and The Relation with The Serum Concentration of Isoniazid and Rifampicin of Tuberculosis Patients which Given Antituberculosis Fixed Dose Combination in Yogyakarta Febrinasari, Ratih Puspita; Kristin, Erna; Dwiprahasto, Iwan
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ABSTRACT Tuberculosis is still a major health problem in Indonesia. Isoniazid and rifampicin are major antituberculosis drugs. These two drugs have been known to cause hepatotoxicity which is characterized by an increase of serum transaminase concentration. Previous study proved the increase of hepatotoxicity due to isoniazid and rifampicin but did not explain about the correlation with the drugs concentration. The aim of this study is to know the relation between increasing serum transaminase and the serum concentration of  isoniazid and rifampicin of tuberculosis patients which given antituberculosis fixed dose combination in Yogyakarta. We carried out a cross sectional study involving 31 TB patients who received antituberculosis fixed dose combination containing isoniazid and rifampicin. Serum transaminase was measured with an automatic chemical analyzer. Isoniazid and rifampicin concentration was measured by using HPLC. We used t- test, Mann Whitney, Fisher and Spearman to analyze the data. There is no correlation between mean isoniazid concentration with high (7,07±6,24mg/ml) and normal ALT (2,42±0,26mg/ml)  (p>0,05). There is no correlation between mean isoniazid concentration with high (5,03+4,14 mg/ml) and normal AST (p>0,05). There is no correlation between mean rifampicin concentration with high (10,67+3,76 mg/ml) and normal ALT (3,66+0,30 mg/ml) (p>0,05). There is no correlation between mean rifampicin concentration with high (8,52+3,06 mg/ml) and normal AST (3,64+0,32 mg/ml) (p>0,05). Mean of rifampicin concentration in this study are low (4, 12+0,46 mg/ml). So the conclusion that there are no correlation between isoniazid serum concentration with an increase of serum transaminase and no correlation between rifampicin serum concentration with an increase of serum transaminase.
Transplantation of melanocyte stem cells in vitiliginous skin Wirohadidjojo, Yohanes Widodo; Yogianti, Flandiana
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Depigmentation in vitiligo occurs as a result of progressive loss of functioning epidermal melanocytes, and currently various modalities have been developed to re-functioning these cells. However, in area with poor melanocytes reservoir, such as old-persistent lesions or lesions on bony prominence, the modalities are hardly to achieve repigmentation. Since spontaneous repigmentation of vitiliginous skins begin mostly in follicular areas, reactivation of melanocyte precursors along the outer root sheath of hair follicle is expected to have better on this pigmentation. Melanocyte precursor came from melanocyte stem cells that originally located on bulge area of hair follicles. The latest surgical intervention in vitiligo is transplantation of melanocyte stem cells. Clinical experiments indicated that the transplantation can be performed either by transplantation of extracted follicular units or single cell suspension harvested from this area. By single cell suspension treatment, a 50 cm2 of vitiliginous skin can be handled by 15 autologous hair follicular units. These procedures are easy and can be performed by any dermatologist especially who has been trained in dermatologic surgery as well as in cellular based therapies.
The efficacy of intense pulsed light and heat energy therapy compared to benzoyl peroxide gel 2.5% in the treatment of mild and moderate acne vulgaris Oktavriana, Triasari; Siswati, Agnes Sri; Etnawati, Kristiana
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The use of technology-based light therapies such as intense pulsed light and heat energy(IPL) provides an alternative therapy for patients with acne. However, clinical evidenceis required to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the IPL. This study aimed to evaluate theefficacy of IPL compared to benzoyl peroxide (BP) as standard therapies in patients withacne vulgaris. The study was conducted with randomized controlled trial parallel designinvolving patients with mild and moderate acne vulgaris. Acne severity was determined bythe method of Combined Acne Severity Classification (CASC). Statistical analysis usingrepeated measurement analysis of variance was conducted to assess the reduction inlesions and number of P. acnes in each group followed by independent t-test to compareof both groups. A p value <0.05 was considered significant. Sixty-two patients withmild and moderate acne vulgaris were enrolled in this study and treated with IPL (32patients) and with BP gel 2.5% (30 patients). Two patients from the IPL were droppedout. All subjects showed improvement in acne lesions. Reduction of the number ofnon-inflammatory lesions at IPL therapy group was not significantly different than theBP gel 2.5% at week 2 (p=0.705) and 4 (p=0.186). Reduction in the numberof inflammatory lesions in the IPL treatment group was not significantly different than BPgel 2.5% at week 2 (p=0.604) but significantly higher at week 4 (p=0.003). Thereduction of P. acnes colonization in the IPL group was significantly higher than BP gel2.5% group at week 2 (p=0.000) and 4 (p=0.000). In conclusion, the efficacy of IPLin the reduction of the number of inflammatory lesions and the P. acnes colonization isbetter than BP on patients with acne vulgaris.

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