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Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
Published by HM Publisher
ISSN : -     EISSN : 28076257     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37275/oaijmr
Core Subject : Health, Science,
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews (OAIJMR) is a bi-monthly, international, peer-review, and open access journal dedicated to various disciplines of medicine, biology and life sciences. The journal publishes all type of review articles, narrative review, meta-analysis, systematic review, mini-reviews and book review.
Articles 30 Documents
Breastfeeding and Depression Husada, Abdillah
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/oaijmr.v1i1.547

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Pregnancy and postpartum depression frequently occurances, and that depressed women at pregnancy are usually depressed at the postpartum period. A literature review was conducted in the electronic databases PubMed and Google Scholar using the index terms “breast feeding” and “pregnancy depression” and “postpartum depression”, and “hormones”. Two investigators independently evaluated the titles and abstracts in a first stage and the full text in a second stage review. All types of studies were included for this study, such as randomized controlled trials, systematic reviews, literature reviews, and pilot studies published between 2010 and 2021. This search resulted in 12 papers. The literature consistently shows that breastfeeding provides a wide range of benefits for both the child and the mother. The psychological benefits for the mother are still in need of further research. Breastfeeding can promote hormonal processes that protect mothers against postpartum depression by attenuating cortisol response to stress. However, the mother whom giving birth then directly breastfeeding their child, will reduce the mothers stress.
Post Operative Cognitive Dysfunction: A Literature Review Tambunan, Irfan Ferdinand
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/oaijmr.v1i1.548

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Along with ages, elderly patients with comorbid who undergoing surgical procedures are more likely to experience cognitive disorders such as decreased quality of life and loss of independence. This is known as postoperative cognitive dysfunction. The percentage is quite significant for old age to experience cognitive disorders. Ages, education level, health and mental status can be a factor causing cognitive disorders. Comprehensive assessment of objective mental, social and functional status can increase patient preoperative. Perioperative pharmacological management can reduce the incidence of POCD. For example, minimal use of propofol in spinal anesthesia may reduce POCD in hip fracture surgery. The use of dexmedetomidine in ventilated patients in the ICU may also reduce POCD. The etiology is still unclear, but there is a suspicion that the use of neurotoxic anesthetics can trigger the occurrence of POCD, but this has not been further proven.
Symptoms of Depression in Patients with Chemosensory Disorders Suharta, M. Tata
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Chemosenses are frequently reported in patients with chemosensory impairment. The present investigation intends to clarify whether there are differential pacts on symptoms of depression between the types (smell dysfunction, taste dysfunction, and combination smell and taste dysfunction), severe- ity, length or source of dysfunction. At the same time, diminished olfaction input and taste appear to have a detrimental influence on emotional dysfunction aggravation. In patients with mixed olfactory or gustatory dysfunction in clinical practice, early management should be considered for depressure symptoms. The current study sought to compare depressive symptoms in patients with mixed olfactory/gustatory dysfunction, purely olfactory disorder, and gustatory disorder, as well as to investigate the relationships between chemosensory function and depressive symptoms in various groups.
Dermatitis Artefacta Jatmiko, Pandu Haryo
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/oaijmr.v1i1.550

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Dermatitis artefacta, also known as factitial dermatitis, is a disease in which self-inflicted skin injury is utilized to fulfill a conscious or unconscious urge to play the sick part. It is more frequent in women and individuals who have an underlying mental illness or are under external stress. The diagnosis is one of exclusion, and it is sometimes difficult to establish since patients seldom acknowledge to playing a part in the development of their lesions. Treatment can be difficult, and treatment should rely on a multidisciplinary team comprised of dermatology and psychiatrist.
Orthopedic Surgeries: Review of Physicological Effect Pre and Post-Surgical Treatments Wicaksana, Satria Putra
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/oaijmr.v1i1.551

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Patient satisfaction with a treatment is an important outcome measure and is associated with increased adherence to that treatment. The role of psychological factors with regard to successful surgical outcomes has been highlighted previously. This is an orthopedic literature for the psychological traits that are relevant to surgical outcomes as well as an overview of options for psychologically optimizing a patient for surgery and ways to address problems encountered in the postoperative period in pandemic or non-pandemic before. A literature review was conducted in the electronic database PubMed using keyword “Psychological”, and “Orthopedic Surgeries”. All type of studies were included for this study, such as controlled trials, systematic reviews, literature reviews, and pilot studies published between 2015 and 2021. Articles which not written in English were excluded from the study. This search resulted in 6 papers. All of the papers disscuss about physicological effect on pre and post-surgical treatment. Satisfaction with surgery was closely associated with physical function and anxiety before surgery. Our analysis provides low levels of evidence supporting the use of psychological interventions, particularly with regard to anxiety and mental components of quality of life. Pre-operative anxiety, depression and low self-efficacy are consistently associated with worse physiological surgical outcomes and quality of life. However, there is currently insufficient evidence to be sure that pre-operative psychological interventions are of benefit, or which interventions are most effective.
Psychological Problem in Pediatric Disorder of Sex Development Patient and Relatives Saputro, Erlangga Danu
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
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Disorder of sexual development (DSD) is one of challenging disorder that has to be done clinically and physiologically. The patients and relatives may experience various psychosocial problems that have an impact on their live. The aim of this study is to look at psychological problem in children with DSD and their relatives. A systematic search was conducted in PubMed for articles representing information on psychological problem to the patient and their relatives. Relevant data were extracted and narratively reviewed. The result of this review can be used as basic data in the development of counselling program for the patients and their relatives.
The Use of Ketamine as Therapy for Depression Lovina, Lovina
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
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Depressive disorder is still a significant problem in several developed countries and is morbidity caused by mental disorders. With the development of science, now discovered the unique pharmacodynamic properties of ketamine, which is used as an antidepressant. As we know in clinical practice, ketamine is used for anaesthesia, analgesia, sedation, and chronic pain management. Rapid-onset antidepressants resulted from increased levels of BDNF in the hippocampus. Extracellular glutamate agents are not new for the treatment of depression. According to the neurobiology view, depression is a monoaminergic phenomenon, so this is the impetus for discovering a new generation of antidepressants. Ketamine can be given intravenously in subanesthetic doses. Still, monitoring must be carrying in therapy administration because of the possible side effects such as hypersalivation, tachycardia, increased systemic arterial pressure, and intracranial pressure.
Psychological Factors Affecting Pain Response in Critically Ill Patients Iswara, Rani
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
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Pain is a traumatic experience and discomfort for all patients, especially critically ill patients; if not treated properly, it can have harmful effects. Critical illnesses are usually painful, both because of the underlying source of the disease and the necessary procedures performed to monitor and care for these patients. Pain induces anxiety, sleep deprivation, disorientation, agitation, delirium, and often become chronic depression. Psychological factors (sleep deprivation, anxiety, and delirium) can also increase the perception of pain. Pain assessment is required for proper pain management. Opioids are commonly used in pain management, but acetaminophen, dexmedetomidine, and gabapentin have more advantages. The recent trend is multimodal analgesia, which uses a combination of analgesic drugs with different mechanisms of action. Another trend is the increasing use of pain relievers, which can control pain and relieve anxiety.
Postoperative Complication and Depression: A Literature Review Nugraha, Sendy Aditya
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
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Surgical procedure is a significant factor for patients and is associated with depression. The literature review aims to identify depressive conditions in patients with a history of postoperative hospitalization. Depressive conditions, anesthesia and surgery can lead to a high increase in patient morbidity and mortality. Major depressive disorder is a common complication, which can lead to increased morbidity and mortality. Depressive disorders can cause patients to develop certain diseases that occur postoperatively, especially in patients who have malignant tumors or carcinomas that will undergo surgery. Depression is associated with cognitive impairment, which is exacerbated by postoperative events. There is evidence that postoperative pain is seriously depressing and depression causes pain to worsen. Depression is also said to be a strong predictor and correlates with persistent postoperative pain. Some studies say depression is an objective risk factor that can lead to a long recovery after surgery. Depression can also occur in patients admitted to the intensive care unit, which is associated with high morbidity and mortality rates, thereby increasing the possibility of additional hospitalization costs.
Preoperative Management and Postoperative Delirium in Older People Seda, Victor Pulpa
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
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Inflammation of the central nervous system cause postoperative delirium (POD), it is due to systematic inflammation induced by surgery. This can be known after experiments with animals. Memory impairment and neutralizing antibodies may be caused by the high-morbidity cluster box protein. This may decrease postoperative memory decline in experiments on adult rats. Recently, it is known that POD can increase the incidence of morbidity and mortality in postoperative patients. Prehabilitation is highly recommended for POD. However, the use of VR can be an option for elderly patients, patients with cognitive impairment and stroke. VR is also a hope for the population. This study is also very important to test VR Neuroprehabilitation for the prevention of POD in certain populations.

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