Journal Of Vocational Health Studies

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ISSN / EISSN : 2580-7161 / 2580-717X
Current Publisher: Universitas Airlangga (10.20473)
Total articles ≅ 88
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Aisyatun Mardliyyah, Anggraini Dwi Sensusiati, Amilia Kartika Sari
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i2.2020.83-88

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Background: Radiographers have a big role in handling COVID-19 during the pandemic. Radiographers not only play an important role in making good diagnostic images, but also in efforts to prevent infection transmission, especially in the CT scan room. Purpose: To compile and summarize role of radiographer in handling COVID-19 at CT scan room during pandemic. Methods: The method used is literature study. Sources of data used are observations and summaries of various literature from a collection of journals selected according to predetermined criteria and then presented descriptivel/narratively. Result: Role of radiographer in handling COVID-19 at CT scan room during pandemic from various journals. Conclusion: Role of radiographer includes setting the area and staff, preparing for the examination, conducting the examination, the level of PPE use, cleaning and disinfection methods and treating medical waste.
Muhammad Irsal, Firdha Adlia Syuhada, Yolanda Pangestu Ananda, Andre Galih Pratama Putra, Muhammad Rizky Syahputera, Syahputera Wibowo, Rizky Kahar
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4, pp 50-54; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i2.2020.50-54

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Background: Radiographers are responsible for producing image quality which can provide accurate diagnostic information by considering the lowest possible radiation dose according to the As Low As Reasonably Achievable (ALARA) principle. Participation between radiographers and medical physicists is needed in optimizing efforts to control the selection of exposure factors by the required clinical radiographic examination. Purpose: To analyze the exposure index on examination chest posterior-anterior. Methods: Quantitative descriptive by analyzing the percentage of exposure index results used in chest PA radiographs as an effort to optimize: image quality and radiation dose indicators on chest PA examinations. Results: Optimization of exposure percentage results of 68%, 25% underexposure, 4% underexposure, 2% overexposure, 1% overexposure (noise). Radiographers have tried to optimize: image quality and image radiation dose by selecting exposure factors that are tailored to the patient’s condition and maximizing post-processing for increased quality. Conclusion: In optimizing the CR imaging system, it is necessary to understand exposure index, this is related to the underexposed, optimal, and overexposed categories, besides radiographers can take advantage of post-processing to improve image quality.
Anggi Tiur Maduma, Anggraini Dwi Sensusiati, Amillia Kartika Sari
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i2.2020.62-65

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Background: Identification in the anthropology of the forensic world using radiographic methods can be evaluated from variations in the human skeleton. The skull is the most dimorphic part of the skeleton, precisely in the temporal bone, namely the mastoid process. The use of advanced radiological technology in the evaluation of the mastoid process in humans can be done using the CT scan modality. Purpose: To determine the measurement results of the total area of the mastoid triangle using post processing volume rendering and multi planar reformation. Method: This type of research is an analytic observational study with a retrospective approach. The number of samples used were 152 raw data of patients with criteria aged 26-65 years and without any pathological changes in the mastoid process area. This research uses simple random sampling technique. Measurements were carried out 10 times by using 2 gauges, and using 3D slicer software on volume rendering and multi planar reformation reconstruction data. Data were analyzed using the free sample T test. Result: Measurer A produces total area of mastoid triangle using volume rendering is 1165.72 ± 1.2506 and multi planar reformation is 1145.84 ± 1.46512, with a significance value of 0.204 (p > 0.05). Similar results were obtained by measuring B. Measurer A produced a total area of mastoid triangle using volume rendering is 1159.91 ± 1.29691 and an multi planar reformation is 1146.56 ± 1.4606, with a significance value of 0.400 (p > 0.05). Conclusion: The results indicated that there was no significant difference in the results of measuring the total area of mastoid triangle using post processing volume rendering and multi planar reformation.
Risalatul Latifah, Muhammad Rosyid, Firdy Yuana, Achmad Hidayat
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i2.2020.72-77

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Background: Radiography examinations are the most widely used and indispensable tools in medical imaging. The dose received by the patient should be known to prevent the risk of radiation exposure. Patient dose in radiography examination can be best estimated in terms of entrance surface dose (ESD). ESD value can be obtained by using the recorded dose viewer installed on the device. However, not all devices have this feature. Other methods can be conducted using thermoluminescence dosimeter (TLD) although it practically requires a high cost. Purpose: The study aims to estimate the ESD as a dose profile for patients undergoing radiography examination using tube output. Method: The patient data and exposure factors were retrospectively recorded for 263 patients. The ESD was estimated from the measurements of the X-ray tube output and recorded exposure factors. Results: The ESD value varied from 0.002 to 0.41 mGy. In the thorax PA, thorax LAT, cervical LAT, cervical AP, skull AP, skull LAT, genu LAT and waters was found (0,23±0.05) mGy, (0,09±0,05) mGy, (0,07±0,04) mGy, (0,13±0,08) mGy, (0,03±0,01) mGy, (0,06±0,02) mGy, (0,04±0,00) mGy (0,04±0,02) mGy, respectively. These results were further used to determine the Local Diagnostic Reference Level (LDRL) value. Conclusion: The results revealed that LDRL fell below the national DRL value and international reference
Rizki Aditiya Pratama Putra, Paulus Rahardjo, Pramono Pramono
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i2.2020.78-82

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Background: Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction (ASIR) reconstruction in unenhanced abdominal CT scan reduce the radiation dose from 11.6 mSv to 2.07 mSv. However, the decrease in dose is accompanied by a decrease in image quality. Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) is one of image quality parameters. Purpose: This study aims to determine the effect of the ASIR method on the optimal Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) value in unenhanced abdominal CT of urolithiasis in clinical data. Method: 27 samples collected and the SNR was measured on the ASIR reconstruction results at the level of 40%, 50%, 60% by placing the ROI in organ structures with different densities. Result: The results of this study indicate that the ASIR method has a significant effect on the SNR value. Based on the linear regression test, the value was 0.005 ( p< 0.05) and only had an effect of 9.5% on SNR. Conclusion: It can be concluded that the ASIR method affects the optimal SNR value for unenhanced abdominal CT on urolithiasis. The ASIR 60% level was recommended.
Rini Indrati, Lydia Purna Widyastuti, Tri Puspita Sari, Sudiyono Sudiyono
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i2.2020.89-94

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Background: Time Repetition (TR) is one of the main parameters of Inversion Recovery. The purpose of this study to determine differences in anatomical MRI information on the variation of the knee joint TR sequences STIR Sagittal slices. Method: Type of research is experimental. The study was conducted with MRI 1.5 Tesla. Data in the form of 42 image sequences STIR MRI knee joint with TR 3500, 4000, 4500, 5000, 5500, 6000, and 6500 ms. Anatomical assessments on the anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament, articular cartilage, and meniscus were performed by a radiologist. Data analyzed by Friedman and Wilcoxon test. Result: The results showed that there were differences in the MRI anatomical information of the knee joint of the STIR sagitas slice in the TR variation with p-value < 0.001. There is a difference in anatomical information between TR 5000 and 6000 ms (p-value = 0.034), TR 5000 and 6500 ms (p-value = 0.024), TR 5500 and 6500 ms (p-value = 0.038). There is no difference in anatomical information between TR 4500 and 5000 ms (p-value = 0.395), TR 4500 and 5500 ms (p-value = 0.131), TR 4500 and 6000 ms (p-value = 0.078), TR 4500 and 6500 ms (p-value = 0.066), TR 5000 and 5500 ms (p-value = 0.414), TR 5500 and 6000 ms (p-value = 0.102), TR 6000 and 6500 ms (p-value = 0.083). Conclusion: The optimal value to produce anatomical information of the knee joint sagittal MRI sequences STIR is TR 4500 ms.
Muhammad Irsal, Firdha Adlia Syuhada, Yolanda Pangestu Ananda, Andre Galih Pratama Putra, Muhammad Rizky Syahputera, Syahputera Wibowo
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i2.2020.55-61

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Background: Facility design for radiology diagnostic examination was one of the concerns in the COVID-19 pandemi. This is related to the establishment of emergency department of radiology which were carried out in a very fast pace. Purpose: This study was an effort to the radiation protection for workers and public. Method: Data collection was carried out on 1-29 May 2020 at the COVID-19 Emergency Hospital in Wisma Atlet Jakarta. Results: The assessment for the area 1 was 1 = 22.38 mR /week, in the area was 2 = 5.23 mR /week, in the area 3 = 7.32 mR / week, in the area 4 = 8.67 mR /week. Thus, the exposure received is still within limits safe in the controlled area. Meanwhile, the uncontrolled area will continue to be monitored to ensure that there is no activity. Conclusion: In the effort of protecting the workers and the public from the radiotion, the principles of radiation protection, distance, time, and shielding should always be implemented.
Lelly Agustina Sisparwati, Rosy Setiawati, Berliana Devianti Putri
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i2.2020.66-71

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Background: A conductive medium on ultrasound is a medium that is used to obtain sound wave transmission by minimizing air between the transducer and the skin. This study used materials that are easily found such as gel wax and paraffin for making the gel pad. A good oil and mineral based wax gel are used as a basic ingredient for ultrasound gel making. Gel pad can be used to minimize the structure of unauthorized organs. One of which is the shoulder. Objective: This study aims to determine the quality of the image in the use of standard gel, and the use of gel pad as a medium for ultrasound shoulder. Method: Gel pad is made by mixing gel wax and paraffin ingredients. This gel is used to obtain images from ultrasound investigation. The study used 16 samples with a total of 64 images obtained in which 32 images using standard gel and gel pad in the long axis position and 32 images using standard gel and gel pad in the short axis position. The analysis of image results is done using matlab image processing to assess SNR. The image quality obtained from the results of the questionnaire was assessed by a specialist in radiology. Image quality processing based on SNR was tested using independent T test. Meanwhile, the results of image quality from the questionnaire assessment were tested using Wilcoxon. Result: As many as 64 objects were obtained using standard gel. The gel pad showed that there were significant differences in the results of image quality based on SNR values. In the results of the questionnaire assessment, there are several anatomic organs that have no significant differences. Conclusion: The use of standard gel was still higher compared to the use of gel pad. The gel pad is able to become a standard gel alternative on ultrasound shoulder examination.
Maya Septriana, Yudi Perdana
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4, pp 12-14; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i1.2020.12-14

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Background: Hemifacial spasm (HFS) is a condition of unilateral, involuntary, irregular, spasmodic movements of the face. The condition is most commonly a result of vascular loop compression at the root entry zone of the facial nerve. Patient whose hemifacial spasm with left-sided facial complaints often twitching since 6 months ago. This 69-year-old man with hyperlipidemia and hypertension had diagnosed with hemifacial spasm by neurologist. Purpose: To prove the effect of acupuncture on Fengchi (GB 20), Neiguan (PC 6) and Taichong (LR 3) accompanied with acupressure on Taichong (LR 3) and auricular acupressure on the Ear Shenmen point in patient with hemifacial spasm. Methods: Handling Hemifacial spasm with acupuncture on Fengchi (GB 20), Neiguan (PC 6) and Taichong (LR 3) with the reducing method and strong stimulation three times a week, acupressure on the Taichong (LR 3) twice a day for 30 times pressure and auricular acupressure on ear Shenmen, twice a day for 5 minutes. Results: Biochemical mechanism of acupuncture and acupressure involve the stimulation of acupoint that lead to complex neuro-hormonal response. In handling hemifacial spasm, acupunture given for 15 times, taken three times a week combined with acupressure and auricular acupressure. This therapy overcome the symptoms of facial twitching in hemifacial spasm. Conclusion: Acupuncture combined with acupressure and auricular acupressure can be used to overcome facial twitching in hemifacial spasm.
Ario Imandiri, Diarista Salfa Pratama, Abdul Rahman
Journal Of Vocational Health Studies, Volume 4, pp 5-11; doi:10.20473/jvhs.v4.i1.2020.5-11

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Background: Fitness is the state of the body does not experience significant fatigue after doing routine activities. While in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), fitness is defined as the good circulation of Qi-energy and Xue-blood that can cause the function of the organs of Zhang Fu to run well. Physical predisposition is influenced by various factors and assessed in various ways, one of which is by measuring VO2 max calculated by doing cooper test that is running for 12 minutes on the track 400 meters. A person’s VO2 max level indicates the level of physical fitness. Based on the examination that has been done, the patient is exposed to excessive heat pathogens in the Stomach, there are humid pathogens in the body, and Qi and Xue are not sufficient. Purpose: To find out the effect of acupuncture therapy and herbal administration in complementary traditional medicine on improving fitness. Methods: To improve fitness is done acupuncture therapy and herbal therapy. Acupuncture therapy is performed at the Zusanli point (ST 36) and Sanyinjiao point (SP 6). Herbal therapy given during treatment is infusion of leaves Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica (L). Urb) and Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra L.). To improve fitness, acupuncture therapy was performed 12 times in 4 stages of therapy. For herbal therapy infusa leaves Gotu Kola fresh as much as 2.5 grams and 2 grams of Liquorice, taken daily 3 times a day. Results: Acupuncture and herbal therapy that has been done for 26 days showed good results. This is evidenced by the results of copper test VO2 max increased 44.3% and no more complaints felt by patient. Conclution: Acupuncture therapy at the point of Zusanli (ST36), Sanyinjiao (SP6) accompanied by gotu kola herbs (Centella asiatica (L.) Urb) and liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra L.) can improve fitness.
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