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ISSN (Print) 2460-9048 - ISSN (Online) 2714-5654
Published by Universitas Jember Homepage  [5 journals]
  • Cover AMS Vol. 9 No. 1 (2023)

    • Authors: Zahrah Febianti
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Case Report Of Transverse Myelitis: Rare Neurological Complications Of
           Herpes Zoster Virus

    • Authors: Mukhammad Arif Hadi Khoiruddin, Ika Sedar Wasis Sasono
      Pages: 1 - 4
      Abstract: Introduction: Transverse myelitis is a rare disease that accured by incident 0,3%-1% Though it rare happened transverse myelitis deserve to diccus because the variant presentation that make clinical challenge to dianosis to pre-observation for upgrade’s  prognosis. Case Report: we reported case of transverse myelitis that was neurology complication to rare herpes zoster virus. Woman 27 years old came by early complaint of tingling fever, pain, shiver continue on foot and the right hand. After got well, patient cameback to her disease bacause of the worst condition that cold not mover her left foot. Diagnosis transverse myelitis could stand through clinical sympton and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) patient that came by her skin of hipopigment have to always considere the happening of transverse myelitis and lost control of defecate  on neurologi observation being got paraplegi, monoparese extremitas superior, and hipoanesthesia dermatom C5 on low grade. We got observation of MRI to the level cervicothoracal that show long segment hipeintensity introdural intra medullary to the level craniovertebral junction so C5 and T2 so on that involved 2/3 spinal cord that strength described transverse myelitis.   Discussion: Varicella zoster virus cou caused neurologis complication, the of transverse myelitis, of it is sign and sympton like pain, sencoric trouble, weakness on arm and foot, and the problem bladder and intestines. This symptom often occured unilaterally , Ipsilateral toward rash then become bilaterally. Intervention should the customize with pattient complaint: The implement combination asiklovir and high close steroid’s inject significantly relieve the pattient complaining but still occured paraplegi. Keywords: Transverse myelitis, HZV, neurological complication
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.31481
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Pericardial Effusion as A Clue to The Diagnosis of Systemic Lupus

    • Authors: Zhafirah Ramadhanty, Teuku Rahadiyan
      Pages: 5 - 9
      Abstract: Pericardial effusion (PE) is accumulation of fluid in the pericardial sac. There are broad etiologies of PE, such as inflammation, infection, and malignancy. The etiology must be discovered because the treatment will be focused based on the cause. We present a 40-year-old female who came to the cardiology clinic with exertional dyspnea as the only symptom. The patient had a history of unspecific joint pain two months prior. Physical examination, chest x-ray, and electrocardiography revealed no specific findings. However, on echocardiography, we found moderate circumferential pericardial effusion. The patient then admitted for further evaluation. Blood counts, peripheral blood smear, urinalysis, and immunoserology examination such as ANA and anti-dsDNA was ordered and the result led to the diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). High dose steroid injection was given for five days and the symptoms disappeared. Follow-up echocardiography after a week of hospital admission revealed significant reduction of pericardial fluid.
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.36500
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Analysis of Health Literacy Index Difference Amongst Generation in
           Jagapura Primary Healthcare Work Area

    • Authors: Maitsa' Fatharani, Nafiys Hilmy
      Pages: 10 - 15
      Abstract: Health literacy is one of the factors which has a big contribution to a person's health status. The rapidity of technology growth eases access to health information, this situation has to be balanced with good health literacy index. Several factors as generation, occupation, and education influence health literacy index.  Many measuring tools have been developed to assess the health literacy index. Researcher uses the latest health literacy survey questionnaire in Indonesia, namely HLS-EU-SQ10-IDN which contains 10 questions. This type of research is analytic observational. The research was conducted in the work area of ​​the Jagapura Primary Health Care, Gegesik District, Cirebon Regency, West Java. A total of 146 people that spread over five village is taken as samples with purposive sampling method. The results of Chi Square analysis is the association between generation and health literacy index showed insignificant results with p = 0.705. For the correlation with work, the results are also insignificant with p = 0.296. Meanwhile, education level is associated significantly with p = 0.018. The data obtained indicate that there is no significant correlation between generational differences and the health literacy index. Older generation with higher educational background tends to have better health literacy index. On the other hand, the researcher concludes that government need a strategy to increase the quantity and quality of education in Indonesia as an endeavour to increase  health literacy index in our society. Keywords: health literacy index, generation, education, occupation
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.33929
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Prediction of Coronary Heart Disease on Civil Servants in Jember by
           Framingham Risk Score

    • Authors: Muhammad Nadzir A. Akbar, Suryono Suryono, Aris Prasetyo, Ricky Roosdiana Dewi
      Pages: 16 - 20
      Abstract: Coronary heart disease is one of the biggest causes of death in developing countries. Civil servants (PNS) are a group of people who are susceptible to the disease because of their busy lives. Framingham risk score (FRS) can predict the occurrence of coronary heart disease in the next 10 years. The purpose of this study was to determine the prediction of coronary heart disease for the next 10 years in civil servants in Jember Regency. This type of research is descriptive observational with a cross sectional design. The data was taken from the medical records of patients with echelon II and III civil servants who did a medical sheck up at Dr. Soebandi Hospital in December 2013. Prediction of coronary heart disease for the next 10 years using the FRS method. From 63 medical record data, the prediction results of coronary heart disease in civil servants were 76.2% low risk, 17.5% moderate risk, and 6.3% high risk. Keywords: coronary heart disease, civil servants, framingham risk score
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.30205
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Immunization Stress-Related Response (ISSR) from Covid-19 Vaccination
           First-Dose among Medical Clerkship Students in dr. Soebandi Hospital

    • Authors: Supangat Supangat, Elly Nurus Sakinah, Achmad Ilham Tohari, Muhammad Rijal Fahrudin Hidayat, Muhammad Yuda Nugraha, Tegar Syaiful Qodar, Bagus Wahyu Mulyono
      Pages: 21 - 26
      Abstract: Vaccination is one of the recommended way to eradicate Covid-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, there are still many people who refuse to get vaccinated. One of the causes is anxiety about the side effects that occur after vaccination. With this misinformation about vaccines, public anxiety is getting higher, so that more and more people are hesitant to get vaccinated. The purpose of this study was to determine the level of anxiety related to vaccines in medical students who have more knowledge about vaccines than the general public society. The anxiety assessment method used was the Hamilton Rating Scale for Anxiety (HARS) questionnaire. There were 108 medical clerkship students in this study, consisting of 25 male respondents and 83 female respondents, aged between 21-27 years. Based on the HARS-score obtained, it showed that all respondents were in the low or minimal anxiety range. Aspects of anxiety predominately appeared in the pre-vaccination phase. The differences between men and women were influenced by hormonal fluctuations and conditions before vaccination, such as stress, workload, knowledge capacity, and information obtained related to vaccination. Keywords: Anxiety, Covid-19, HARS-score, ISRR, Vaccines
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.26673
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Increased of IL-4 and Ig E Level in Infection Hookworm in Plantation
           Workers in Jember

    • Authors: Bagus Hermansyah, Yunita Armiyanti, Wiwien Sugih Utami
      Pages: 27 - 30
      Abstract: Hookworm infection is a disease that is included in the neglected tropical disease. Hookworm infection is suffered by many plantation workers who are closely related to the soil in daily life. Immune response in hookworm-infected individuals will experience disorders, especially in eosinophilia, mastocytosis, and IgE stimulation. It is therefore important to know the immune response to hookworm infections in plantation workers. In this study, eosinophilia was calculated on peripheral blood smears and counts of IL-4 and Ig-E levels by ELISA. The results showed an increase in eosinophil levels from blood samples of patients and a significant increase in IL-4 and IgE levels based on the results of statistical analysis. Keywords: hookworm, plantation worker, IL-4, and IgE
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.37301
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • The Effect of Neem (Azadirachta indica) Gum Administration to
           Malondialdehyde Level of Wistar Rats’ Kidney Induced by Diazinon

    • Authors: Jauhar Firdaus, Radinta Maharani Putri, Erfan Efendi, Yuli Hermansyah, Elly Nurus Sakinah
      Pages: 31 - 35
      Abstract: Diazinon is the most commonly used pesticide in Indonesia. It may increase the production of free radicals that triggers the lipid peroxidation process which will produce the final product, MDA, which can damage cells and tissues, especially the kidneys. Neem gum with its high polysaccharide is a good antioxidant agent to neutralize free radicals. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of neem gum administration to prevent the increase in kidney MDA levels of wistar rats induced by diazinon. Thirty wistar rats were divided into 6 groups, K0 (given cornoil), K1 (induced DZN 40 mg/kgBW), groups P1, P2, P3, and P4, administered with neem gum as a drinking water at a dose 3.75 g/kgBW, 7.5 g/kgBW, 15 g/kgBW, and 30 g/kgBW and induced by DZN 40 mg/kgBW. The treatment was carried out for 8 days, in which diazinon induction and neem gum solution were administered simultaneously. The average renal MDA levels are K0=20.85±1.10; K1=26.98±5.87; P1=26.84±3.75; P2=21.43±3.44; P3=20.23±3.27; P4=21.99±1.70. One Way ANOVA test showed a significant difference (p<0.05). The LSD posthoc test showed a significant difference in the treatment groups P2, P3, and P4 compared to the K1 group (p<0.05). This shows that the neem gum solution at a dose of 7.5 g/kgBW, 15 g/kgBW, and 30 g/kgBW can prevent the increase of kidney MDA level in wistar rats induced by diazinon. Keywords: Pesticide, oxidative stress, Antioxidant, Neem gum
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.35312
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Water PH Correlates With The Number of Mosquito Larvae in Nature Tourism

    • Authors: Mentari Permana Putri, Gita Dwi Prasasty, Chairil Anwar, Dwi Handayani, Dalilah Dalilah
      Pages: 36 - 40
      Abstract: Mosquitoes go through four development phases: egg, larva, pupa and adult. The growth, survival, and adaptation of mosquito larvae are strongly influenced by the physical and chemical characteristics of the waters. Nature tourism parks have ecological and environmental potential for the development and spread of mosquitoes and vector diseases. This study aims to look at the correlation of the physical and chemical elements of water to the number of mosquito larvae. The study design was cross-sectional analytic observational. In TWA, 57 containers were found with 10 indoor and 47 outdoor locations. The container contains water with a salinity of 0-0.3, pH 4.5-8.3, TDS 3-899 ppm, and a temperature of 26 - 34℃. A total of 423 mosquito larvae consisting of Culex and Aedes species. Ae. albopictus is the dominant larval species found. Based on the Spearman test, there was no significant correlation between temperature, total dissolved solids and salinity with the number of mosquito larvae (p>0.05), while PH was positively correlated with the number of mosquito larvae (p = 0.019). Keywords: Chemical, Physical, Water, Mosquito larva
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.37116
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • The Correlation of Coping Strategies and Burnout Syndrome among Health
           Workers in Regional Hospital Dr. Soebandi Jember

    • Authors: Devi Octavia Kartika Sari, Ancah C N Marchianti, Inke Kusumastuti
      Pages: 41 - 46
      Abstract: The Covid-19 pandemic significantly impacts the mental health of health workers, including leading to the occurrence of burnout syndrome. Health workers in Dr. Soebandi Regional Hospital, as a regional referral hospital for Covid-19, were potentially exposed to the risk of experiencing burnout syndrome. Effective coping strategies might alleviate burnout syndrome symptoms. Therefore, this study was conducted to analyze the correlation of coping strategies and burnout syndrome level among health workers at Dr. Soebandi Regional Hospital. This cross-sectional study conducted from November to December 2021 included 88 physicians and nurses of Dr. Soebandi Regional Hospital. Data were collected using the Brief Cope Inventory and the Maslach Burnout Inventory Questionnaires. The SPSS spearman rho analysis showed a weak significant positive correlation of maladaptive coping strategies and burnout syndrome level (r=0.263; p=0.0013). The self-blame coping strategy had a weak significant positive correlation with burnout syndrome level (r=0.267; p=0.0012). We recommend to develop programs to protect health workers from becoming secondary victims of various adverse events and counseling provision to doctors and nurses regarding appropriate coping strategies for stress management at work. Keywords: Burnout Syndrome; coping strategy; RSD Dr. Soebandi; Mental Health.
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.30484
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Stem Barks Ethanol Extracts of Asam Kandis
           On Male White Rats

    • Authors: Hanafis Sastra Winata, Muhammad Andry, Muhammad Amin Nasution, Firman Rezaldi, Ade Shindy F Br Sembiring
      Pages: 47 - 53
      Abstract: Inflammation is a complex series of changes in tissue due to tissue injury caused by bacteria, trauma, chemicals, heat, and pain. Gamboge (Garcinia xanthochymus) is a fruit-bearing tree native to Southeast Asia. Plants of the genus garcinia are rich in secondary metabolites such as flavonoids, steroids, and triterpenes which have potential pharmacological activity. This study aimed to determine the anti-inflammatory activity based on the reduction in edema volume of Gamboge (Garcinia xanthochymus) stem bark. The inquiry was experimental. Through maceration, an ethanol extract of the gamboge stem was created. The animals were divided into five groups, each containing five white male rats.  The test given was a suspension of gamboge ethanol extract at doses of 200, 400, and 600 mg/kgBW, a negative control of 1% Na CMC suspension, and a positive control of 2.25 mg/kgBW sodium diclofenac. Observations were made for 6 hours, and then data were analyzed using a two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) test. The results showed that gamboge ethanolic extract was proven to have an anti-inflammatory effect in white male rats induced by carrageenan starting at doses of 200, 400, and 600 mg/kgBW, marked by a significant difference to the negative control (p<0.05). The 600mg/kgBW dose group showed no significantly different results from the positive control group (p>.05). These results concluded that the dose group 600mg/kgBW was the best dose of gamboge stem ethanol extract had an anti-inflammatory activity based on reducing the volume of leg edema of white male rats. Keywords: Asam Kandis Stem Bark; Anti-Inflammation; Male White Rats
      PubDate: 2023-02-28
      DOI: 10.19184/ams.v9i1.37478
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
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