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Green Medical Journal
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26866668     DOI : https://doi.org/10.33096/gmj
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Green Medical Journal (GMJ) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and interesting case reports. The journal focuses on promoting medical and health sciences, derived from basic sciences, clinical and community health research, both in animal and human study. GMJ is published in April, August, and December and registered with e-ISSN 2686-6668. Green Medical Journal was founded in 2019 by Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Muslim Indonesia, Makassar. The mission of our journal is to provide biomedical scientists, clinical and public health researchers as well as other health care professionals with the media to publish their research works. Green Medical Journal (GMJ) is a field of health in the broadest sense such as medicine, public health, nursing, midwifery, pharmacy, health psychology, nutrition, biomedical sciences.
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A RARE CASE OF CHRONIC INTRACEREBRAL FOREIGN BODY Imran, Naufal Hilmy; Wahyudi
Green Medical Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2020): Green Medical Journal
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Pendahuluan : Benda asing intracranial biasanya disebabkan trauma tembus pada cranium. Luka tembak merupakan penyebab tersering sedangkan penetrasi intracranial oleh non misil jarang terjadi. kondisi klinis pasien sangat tergantung pada mekanisme, lokasi anatomi lesi dan cedera terkait. Komplikasi yang dapat terjadi berupa perdarahan intraserebral, kontosio, cedera major pada vascular dan meningitis. Di artikel ini kami melaporkan kasus ekstraksi paku dari intraserebral pasien dengan corpus alienum cerebri dextra. Presentasi kasus : Seorang pria berusia 22 tahun dengan riwayat skizofrenia Yang Tak Tergolongkan datang dengan penurunan kesadaran disertai kelemahan anggota gerak kiri. Pada pemeriksaan CT scan kepala didapatkan multiple corpus alienum berbentuk tubular pada cerebri dextra. Craniectomy ekstraksi corpus alienum dan drainase abses cerebri segera dilakukan. Empat hari setelah operasi didapatkan perbaikan kesadaran, namun belum didapatkan peningkatan kekuatan motorik yang signifikan. Kesimpulan : tindakan ekstraksi corpus alienum dengan tindakan operatif harus dilakukan dan pengangkatan benda asing harus dilakukan secara menyeleruh. Pemberian antibiotik, antikonvulsan, fisioterapi dan follow up psikiatri harus ditambahakan pada penatalaksanaan pasien ini.
SIMPLE RISK INDEX SCORE AND HOSPITALIZATION MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH ST-ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION Marfianti, Erlina; Anwar, Sjaiful; Bima Aryatama, Achmad
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Introduction: Hospitalization mortality in ST-elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) patients areaffected by several factors, including initial identification of the risks at hospital admission. Riskscore tools as a predictor of STEMI complication and death event in STEMI patients is a simple riskindex score. The aim of this study was to determine the association between simple risk index scoreand hospitalization mortality in STEMI patients.Methods: We retrospectively enrolled 60 consecutive patients who were admitted to our hospitaldiagnosed with STEMI. The simple risk index score was calculated for each patient using equation:heart rate x [age/10]2/systolic blood pressure. The patients were assigned into 2 groups according tothis score, high score and low score group. Incidence of death during hospitalization in STEMIpatients was recorded.Results: The total subjects were 60 people. The subjects consisted of 30 patients with low score and30 subjects with high score. The incidence of death during hospitalization in the group of high simplerisk index score were 26 patients, and in the group of low simple risk index score were 13 patients.The association between the simple risk index score and the deaths during hospitalization in STEMIpatients based on statistical analysis was significant (p= 0.00) and value of risk relative (RR) is 2.167;95% CI: 1.368-3.433; (p=0.000).Conclusion: Simple risk index score is associated with hospitalization mortality in ST-elevationmyocardial Infarction (STEMI) patients.
CUPPING THERAPY FOR TEMPORARY REDUCTION OF BLOOD PRESSURE IN HYPERTENSION PATIENTS Erwin Rachman, Mochammad; Nur Rachman, Aksa
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Introduction: Hypertension is still a major problem in the field of health problems in general. One therapy to cure hypertension is cupping technique therapy. Objectives: To find a picture of a brief decrease in blood pressure in patients with hypertension using cupping therapy techniques. Methods: This study was a descriptive study using purposive sampling totaling 85 populations and 46 samples. Results: The results showed that the average systolic blood pressure before cupping was 164.78 mmHg decreased by 10.87 mmHg to 153.91 mmHg after cupping and the average diastolic blood pressure before cupping was 99.78 mmHg decreased by 4.13 mmHg to 95.65 mmHg. Conclusion: The results showed that cupping technique therapy can reduce blood pressure for a moment in hypertension sufferers.
THE PROFILE OF LUNG ADENOCARCINOMA PATIENTS WITH POSITIVE EGFR MUTATION Pandu Wiriansya, Edward; Ainun; Ratu, Puspa; Muhammad Reza Cesarian Noor, Andi
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Background: The high mortality rate in pulmonary carcinoma is a problem encountered in various countries, including Indonesia. According to WHO, there are 2.09 million people affected by lung cancer and 1.76 million deaths due to lung cancer worldwide. This study was aimed to determine the profile of lung adenocarcinoma patients with positive EGFR mutation. Methods: The study was descriptive study with cross-sectional approach using secondary data obtained from medical records of lung adenocarcinoma patients. Results: The present study revealed that lung adenocarcinoma was found higher in patients with age >40 years old (93.9%) compared to those with age <40 years old. It was also higher in male (66.7%) than in female patients. Most patient with lung adenocarcinoma were at the IIIB stage (42.4%). It was also reported that higher cases was found in patients with history of smoking more than 15 years (42.4%). Hemoptoe was the most reported clinical symptoms in patients with lung adenocarcinoma (87.9%). Lung adenocarcinoma was also observed higher in patients without family history of pulmonary adenocarcinoma (81.8%). Seventeen of 33 EGFR mutations (51.5%) were observed in exon 19 and fourteen (48.5%) were in exon 21. Conclusion: The most common EGFR mutation lung adenocarcinoma was observed in exon 19.
HYPERTHYROID HEART DISEASE WITH SOME COMORBIDITIES Hasanuddin, Abdi Dzul Ikram; Dunggio, Sandra; Zubaidi, Hannan
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Thyroid disease is quite common. The cardiovascular clinical manifestations of hyperthyroidism are palpitation, systolic hypertension, fatigue, or with the basis of existing heart disease, angina or heart failure. In men, the disease is more frequently to develop into congestive heart failure than in women, thus more exploration is needed. This case report discussed a 42-year-old male patient who was admitted to the emergency department due to palpitations, shortness of breath aggravated with activity and lie down position, and alleviated with resting, cough with white sputum, epigastric pain, and constipation since the past 3 days. He was diagnosed with a history of hyperthyroidism and congestive heart disease 1 year ago and routinely consumed propylthiouracil (PTU). He had a history of herniotomy 10 days before admission. The patient did not have a history of hypertension, diabetes mellitus, or hypercholesterolemia. The patient has a smoking habit of up to 3 packs/day since a teenager. The patient was diagnosed with hyperthyroid heart disease (congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation, and coronary heart disease) with comorbid of electrolyte imbalance, hypoalbuminemia, and thrombocytopenia. The patient was treated in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and was given oxygen therapy, crystalloid infusion, antithyroid drug, beta-blocker, diuretics, digitalis, anti-angina, anti-thrombotic, and adjunct therapy. The patient was treated for 8 days in ICU, followed by 2 days in the ward with a good outcome. Early detection and intervention followed by close monitoring is key management for the patient with hyperthyroid heart disease, especially in a male patient, to achieve a better outcome.

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