Monthly Archives: December 2005

Hernita1), Yuslam Samihardja2)

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Background: The two most common test to diagnose hearing loss are tuning fork test and Pure tone audiometry. The tuning fork test diagnoses hearing loss and the type of hearing loss. The pure tone audiometry is used to determine hearing loss, the type and the level of hearing loss as well as the level. This study aimed to compare the accuracy of tuning fork test with pure tone audiometry.
Methods: This was analytic… Continue reading

Andrew Johan1),Elisabet Ratri Pangestuti2),Angelina Monintja2),Ahmad Fadilah2)

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Background: Several researchers had found that garlic (Allium sativum) could prevent liver injury in rats intoxicated by CCl4 based on microscopic examinations. This study was proposed to prove that Allium sativum could decrease the level of serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase (SGPT), glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase (SGOT), and alkaline phosphatase (ALP) in Wistar rats treated with carbon tetrachlorida (CCl4).
Methods: This research was a true experimental study… Continue reading

Fransiska G.W. Remi1) , Ery Leksana 2)

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Background: Diazepam and midazolam are benzodiazepine’s derivate that often be given as pre medication in curettage with ketamine induction. They have the same effect to human body, otherwise the onset, duration, elimination half-life, and clearance of midazolam faster as well as 1.53X stronger than diazepam. The objective of this study knew the different of recovery-time between diazepam and midazolam in curettage with ketamine induction.
Methods: The cross-sectional research was tested by… Continue reading

Sukma Imawati1), Henny Kartikawati2)

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Background: Camellia sinensis or grean tea is a well-known advantageous herbal, contain of polifenol that may increase immunity system. The aim of this study was proving the effect of polyfenol in reducing the paracytemia of Balb/C that infected by Plasmodium berghei.
Methods: This was an experimental study using post test only control group design with 24 mice divided into 4 groups. Group K as control, group P1 was given by 3 mg/day… Continue reading

(STUDI CROSS-SECTIONAL PADA PASIEN YANG DIRAWAT DI BANGSAL PENYAKIT DALAM RS DR. KARIADI SEMARANG PERIODE 1 JANUARI 2001-31 DESEMBER 2003)

Yudha Puspa Handini1), Tony Suhartono2)

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Background: The diabetic ulcer incidence in type-2 diabetes mellitus (DM) patients may increase due to Dislipidemia. This study was describing the differences in diabetic ulcer incidence between dislipidemia and normolipidemia type-2 DM patients that were hospitalized at Kariadi hospital during January 1st, 2001 until December 31s, 2003.
Methods: This study was… Continue reading