Intarniati Nur Rohmah1), Arif R.Sadad1), Andrew Johan2)
DIFFERENCES IN THE NUMBER OF NECROTIC BRAIN CELLS AND BLOOD PH OF ORALLY ADMINISTERED FORMALIN WISTAR RATS IN GRADED DOSE
Background: Orally administered formalin may affects the number of brain cells necrosity and blood pH. The purpose of this study is to prove the existence of differences in the number of necrotic brain cells and blood pH of orally administered formalin Wistar rats in graded dose.
Methods: 24 Wistar… Continue reading
Farid Agung Rahmadi1), M Sholeh Kosim1), Gatot Irawan Sarosa1)
NUCLEATED RED BLOOD CELL AS DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR ACIDOSIS IN NEONATAL ASPHYXIA
Background: Neonatal asphyxia is the major cause of neonatal death, which is 19% from 5 million life births in one year. Asphyxia leads to hypoxia, hypercapnia, and acidosis. The gold standard for acidosis examination is arterial pH that cannot be done in the limited facilities. Hypoxia causes the increasing of red blood cell and nucleated red… Continue reading
Willy Yusmawan, Anton Haryono
A CASE SERIAL OF OS NASAL FRACTURE IMPLEMENTATION
Background: Nasal fracture is one of the facial fracture that often happened. Open reduction and close reduction are choices according to type and
severity of fracture. Management of nasal fracture appropriate to algorithm. The purpose of this study was to improve knowledge about management of nasal fracture.Case: Four casesnasal fracture.
Case management: Close reduction.
Conclusion: Onset of fracture determines the output. Earlier management made a… Continue reading
Devi Nurmalia1), Dhinamita Nivalinda2)
MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MENTORING
Background: Mentoring is a method of nursing leadership to improve the behavior and culture of patient safety. Mentoring in nursing can improve the integrity and loyalty of individuals against something. Mentoring is proven effective in improving the perception of nurses on the job, improving the knowledge and skills that have an impact on communication and conflict resolution nursing Mentoring has been proven effective in improving the… Continue reading
Mahayu Dewi Ariani1), Farida Martyaningsih2)
THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN URINE IODIUM OF PRELEMENTARY SCHOOL-CHILDREN IN ENDEMIC AND NON ENDEMIC IODIUM DEFICIENCY OF SIRAMPOG, BREBES
Background: Mapping result of Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD) from The Health Office Kabupaten Brebes describes the increasing in Total Goiter Rate (TGR) for school children in 2004. The highest TGR was in Kecamatan Sirampog (40.71 %), whereas high endemic rate was 30%. This region lies on mountainous and tend to have avalanche which is… Continue reading