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TINDAK BAHASA GURU DALAM PEMBELAJARAN BAHASA INDONESIA DI KELAS VIII SMPN 7 BANJARMASIN Khairunnisa; Fatah Yasin, Moh.; Noortyani, Rusma
LOCANA Vol 2 No 2 (2019): LOCANA: JURNAL TUGAS AKHIR MAHASISWA
Publisher : Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia, Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan, Universitas Lambung Mangkurat

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20527/jtam.v2i2.28

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Study on Acute Oral Toxicity of Ethanolic Extract of Annonasquamosa Leaves in Mice (Musmusculus) Khairunnisa; Dita Utami, Andini; Marianne
Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research
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Abstract. The aims of this study were to determine the potential for acute oral toxicity of ethanolic extract of A.squamosa leaves with LD50 and the histopathological changes in liver and kidney of mice.This research used experimental method as per fixed dose method. The number of animals used in this research were 20 female mice. The study was divided into 2 steps, there were sighting and main studies. The control group was given Na-CMC 0.5%, the treatment groups were given ethanolic extract of A.squamosa leaves with doses of 5, 50, 300, 2,000 and 5,000 mg/kg bw. The results showed that the ethanolic extract of A.squamosa leaves with doses of 2,000 and 5,000 mg/kg bw did not show any toxicity signs. At a dose of 5,000 mg/kg bw caused hydropic degeneration, necrosis hepatocyte, glomerular atrophy, and tubular dilatation. There was no mortality was observed.It was estimated that LD50 of ethanolic extract of A.squamosa leaves was higher than 5,000 mg/kg bw and the extract were practically non-toxic. Keywords: Acute Toxicity, Annona squamosa, Ethanolic Extract
Analgesic Activity of Ethanol Extract of Temu Giring Rhizome (Curcuma heyneana Val & Zijp) in Mice Marianne; Khairunnisa; Wilda
Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research
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Temu giring (Curcuma heyneana Val & Zijp) is a traditional medicinal plant that is believed in community as an analgesic. The objective of this research was to determine the analgesic activity of the C. heyneana rhizome by using infra red (IR) thermal induction method in mice. Mice were divided into 7 groups. Group 1 served as negative control, group 2,3,4,5 served as treatment groups which is given ethanolic extract of C. heyneana rhizome at dose of 5, 25, 125, and 625 mg/kg respectively, group 6 and 7 served as comparable groups, given antalgin 65 mg/kg and morphine sulphate 1.3 mg/kg respectively. The observation have been done, included to pain resistance of mice which exposed by infra red (IR) every 10 minutes for 80 minutes. The data were analyzed by ANOVA at the significance level of 95%. Ethanolic extract of C. heyneana at the doses of 25, 125, and 625 mg/kg had significant effect to reduce the pain compared to the negative control (p<0.05). Ethanolic extract of C. heyneana rhizome at dose of 125 mg/kg, had the same effect to antalgin 65 mg/kg (p≥0.05), while the ethanolic extract of C. heyneana at the dose of 625 mg/kg had the same effect as morphine sulfate 1.3 mg/kg (p≥0.05). It can be concluded that ethanolic extract of C. heyneana rhizome has analgesic activity. Keywords: temu giring, analgesic, Curcuma heyneana, rhizome
PEMBINAAN MASYARAKAT SEBAGAI APLIKASI GERAKAN MASYARAKAT CERDAS MENGGUNAKAN OBAT (GeMa CerMat) Khairunnisa; Embun Suci Nasution
ABDIMAS TALENTA: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol. 2 No. 2 (2017): ABDIMAS TALENTA: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat
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Masalah penggunaan obat tidak rasional merupakan masalah yang menjadi perhatian besaroleh Kementerian Kesehatan Indonesia. Pada masyarakat seringkali dijumpai berbagai masalahdalam penggunaan obat, misalnya penggunaan obat bebas secara tidak tepat dan kurangnyapemahaman tentang cara menggunakan, cara menyimpan dan membuang obat-obatan secara tidaktepat. Hal ini disebabkan masih kurangnya pemahaman masyarakat dan perilaku yang salah dalampenggunaan obat. Oleh karena itu, untuk meningkatkan pemahaman masyrakat dalam penggunaanobat perlu dilakukan edukasi kepada masyarakat mengenai pemilihan obat dan penggunaan obatyang rasional melalui pelatihan yang merupakan bagian dari Gerakan Masyarakat CerdasMenggunakan Obat (GeMaCerMat).Pelatihan GeMaCerMat ini menggunakan metode Cara Belajar Ibu Aktif (CBIA). Metode inisesuai digunakan untuk melakukan edukasi tentang penggunaan obat rasional terutama dalampenggunaan obat swamedikasi dan metode ini kami tawarkan dalam kegiatan pengabdian ini.Hal inikarena sasaran dari pengabdian ini merupakan ibu rumah tangga yang mempunyai peranan pentinguntuk mengambil keputusan dalam penggunaan obat di keluarga. Metode CBIA ini dibagi dalam 3tahapan: kegiatan I dan II dilakukan dalam kelompok, dan kegiatan III dilakukan secara individualdi rumah dan dievaluasi dalam pertemuan berikutnya.Hasil dari kegiatan pengabdian masyarakat ini sangat membantu dan dapat memberikanmanfaat yang baik kepada masyarakat karena kegiatan ini dapat memberikan dampak yang cukupbesar terhadap kesehatan masyarakat. Kegiatan pengabdian ini terbukti mampu meningkatkanpersepsi dan pemahaman masyarakat terhadap penggunaan obat-obatan secara rasional terutamaobat-obatan yang diguna sebagai pengobatan swamedikasi. Metode kegiatan CBIA sebagai metodepembelajaran kepada masyarakat banyak digunakan dan sangat efektif sebagai metode edukasikesehatan kepada masyarakat.
Evaluation of Supplement Consumption on North Sumatera Regional Police Headquarters Personnel Munazar; Wiryanto; Khairunnisa
Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32734/idjpcr.v3i2.4333

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The purpose of his study was to determine the factors that influence the consumption pattern of supplements, and to prove the potential interactions of anti-cholesterol, antihypertensive, anti-uric acid, and antidiabetic drugs with supplements. This research is a descriptive research with a survey method. Data collection was carried out on 373 North Sumatera Regional Police Headquarters Personnel. This study used the dependent variable, namely the pattern of supplement consumption, while the independent variables were age, gender, health status, perception, information sources and physical activity. The results of the study using descriptive statistical tests presented using tables and percentages. The results showed that the factors that influenced the pattern of supplement consumption were male (57.1%); 30-49 years old (62.5%); healthy condition (63%); perception as a stamina enhancer (61.7%); sources of information (62.2%) and strenuous physical activity (49.9%). There are synergistic interactions of anti-cholesterol drugs with supplements and antagonistic interactions of antihypertensive, anti-diabetic, anti-gout drugs with supplements.
Evaluation of Drug Management of Pharmacy Installation at Universitas Sumatera Utara Hospital Sari, Syilvi Rinda; Khairunnisa; Aminah Dalimunthe
Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32734/idjpcr.v3i2.4556

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Evaluation of Drug Management of Pharmacy Installation at Universitas Sumatera Utara Hospital
Effect of Adherence with Clinical Outcomes and Quality of Life Primary Hypertension Patients in Pharmacy Hutauruk, Dumartina; Khairunnisa; Wiryanto
Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32734/idjpcr.v3i2.5129

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This study aimed to examine the effect of adherence to clinical outcomes and the quality of life of primary hypertension patients in pharmacy. The studywas conducted cross sectionally involved 60 patients at one of the pharmacies in Medan, Indonesia. Adherence was obtained in the form of adherence levels measured using the MMAS-8 questionnaire, clinical outcomes assessed by measuring a patient's blood pressure, and quality of life assessed using the EQ-5D-3L questionnaire. Then the data were analyzed using the Spearmen rho test. Patients who participated in the study consisted of 24 men and 36 women. Almost patient has low adherence with blood pressure mean of 156/ 90 mmHg. The patient's quality of life was 77.7%. Adherence has a significant relationship to clinical outcomes (p<0.05) with a strong correlation of r= -0.745. Adherence has a relationship to quality of life (p<0.05) with moderate correlation r= 0.554. This study concluded that adherence has a correlation with clinical outcomes and the quality of life of primary hypertension patients.
Drum vermicomposting household scale as an additional source of income for farmers during the Covid-19 pandemic in Sidomulyo Village, Stabat District Langkat Regency, North Sumatra Sebayang, Nur Ulina Warnisyah; Wahyuni, Hafnes; Sipayung, Antonio Marro; Situmorang, Sawitania C. Dwi U; Khairunnisa
ABDIMAS TALENTA: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol. 5 No. 2 (2020): ABDIMAS TALENTA : Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat
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A large amount of livestock waste, rotten fruit and vegetable waste and there is a tofu factory that produces tofu dregs around farmer's house at Sidomulyo Village, Stabat District which can be used as an innovation for farmers during the Covid-19 pandemic. The limited activities of farmers in Sidomulyo Village make it difficult for farmers to work in the field because they are worried about the spread of Covid-19 and they try to follow the government's advice to continue to do social distancing and also physical distancing. This has an impact on the income and activities for farmers who daily have to be outside the home to carry out farming activities. To get additional sources of income and positive new activities, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, this service was carried out by utilizing livestock waste and tofu waste in the environment around Sidomulyo Village by utilizing earthworms in drums to be processed into vermicompost which can be used self (household scale) as well as being developed and marketed for the cultivation of plants such as ornamental plants or horticulture plants.
Education on making environmentally friendly organic fertilizer to farming community in Kwala Bingai village Hafnes Wahyuni; Sebayang, Nur Ulina Warnisyah; Sipayung, Antonio Marro; Khairunnisa; Hasibuan, Julia Syahriani
ABDIMAS TALENTA: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol. 5 No. 2 (2020): ABDIMAS TALENTA : Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat
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The problem of fertilizers is often a factor inhibiting agricultural development. This is due to, among other things, the relatively high price of fertilizers, limited supply, decreasing type and quality, which makes it difficult for farmers to obtain fertilizers according to their needs. An alternative to anticipating and overcoming fertilizer shortages is that farmers are encouraged to use organic fertilizers or compost. Based on these considerations, outreach activities to farmers and direct training have been carried out in August-October 2020 in Kwala Bingai Village, Stabat District, Langkat Regency, Sumatera Utara Province. The results obtained are that these activities provide many benefits to farmers such as utilizing agricultural waste for making organic fertilizers so that they are not wasted and can overcome fertilizer scarcity and high fertilizer prices by making simple organic fertilizers. and this activity should be done frequently so that agricultural waste can be utilized.
Potential Drug Interactions Of Oral Antidiabetic In Prescriptions Of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients At Kumpulan Pane Hospital Rumanda Nurhasanah; Khairunnisa; Urip Harahap
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 4 (2021): July 2021
Publisher : Publisher Cv. Inara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i4.278

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Diabetes Mellitus is a disease that can cause complications of other diseases so that the treatment to be given becomes more and this has the potential for interactions between drugs that can affect the physiological condition of the patient. The aim of this study is to analyze the potential of oral antidiabetic interactions on prescription at Kumpulan Pane Hospital. Analysis of potential oral antidiabetic interactions on a prescription using quantitative research methods is retrospective descriptive. Prescriptions used are inpatient and outpatient prescriptions for the period January-December 2020 that get oral antidiabetics. Analyze data using Medscape and Drugs.com sites. Based on analysis of 9.818 prescription sheets of diabetes mellitus patients, there were found 6.454 (65.73%) prescription of potential oral antidiabetic interactions. Potential interaction of an oral antidiabetic group of 10.759 (91.45%) drug, the pattern of interaction mechanisms most often is pharmacodynamic 73.25%. The most common type of oral antidiabetic drugs that have potential interactions is the biguanide group (metformin) 36.76%. The severity of the most frequent interactions was 92.21%. The conclusion of the potential interactions oral antidiabetic are still found in prescriptions that is 65.73% at Kumpulan Pane Hospital. Keyword: Potential Drug Interactions, Oral Antidiabetics, Prescription