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Kulit Pisang Kepok (Musa paradisiaca L.) untuk Menurunkan Kadar Mangan Air Sumur Anny Thuraidah; jasmadi Joko Kartiko; Lailan Febry Ariyani
Medical Laboratory Technology Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2015): June
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Banjarmasin Jurusan Analis Kesehatan

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Abstract: Water is an essential requirement. Part of Indonesian people still using well as the source of water Resulting from the increased of human activity and industries, the well water maybe contaminated by manganese ( Mn). That is needed processing to make well water usefull for mankind. One of the type for processing water is the absorbtion methode .Banana shell was kitchen waste and the dried of Kepok Banana (Musa paradisiaca) Shell was used as adsobent to reduce Manganese level in water. This study aimed to determine the reduce of Manganese level in water. This research was real experiment pretest and posttest study design with a control group. Persulfate research instruments colorimetric and spectrophotometric measurements. The addition of the dose banana shell were 0,06 ; 0,07; 0,08; 0,09; 0,1 gram . By those dose cumulatively decreased to 0; 21,84; 32,34; 44,56; and 52,92%. The Manganese maximum reduced by 0,1 gram dried banana shell in 100 cc well water in 30 minutes. Stastically , the significan value was 0,000 less than 0,05(α) , it was meant that the variety dose of dried Kepok banana shell influence to decrease Manganese level in water. These decreased way can be used as an alternative to increase the water quality.
Pengaruh Variasi Suhu Awal Reagen terhadap Kadar Glukosa Darah Metode Enzimatik Yayuk Kustiningsih; Nastiti Megawati; Jasmadi Joko Kartiko; Leka Lutpiatina
Medical Laboratory Technology Journal Vol. 3 No. 1 (2017): June
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Banjarmasin Jurusan Analis Kesehatan

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Pre-analysis phase is the first step that determines the quality of the examination results, in this case, is the preparation of glucose work reagent. Glucose is one of the clinical examination clinical parameters that are often done in the laboratory. This glucose examination uses enzymatic methods. Enzyme activity is influenced by several factors, namely temperature, pH, substrate level, enzyme level, and inhibitor. Glucose examination performed at a temperature of 20-25oC or 37oC, but there are still laboratories in the field that is less attention to the initial temperature conditions of this reagent. This study aims to determine the effect of initial temperature variations of reagents on blood glucose levels of enzymatic methods. The research used Quasi Experimental research method with Posttest-Only Control Group Design design. The sample of this research used serum of a respondent who had no history of Diabetes Mellitus disease with 4 replication at each treatment. The results of the study with the initial temperature of 10oC, 13oC, 16oC, 19oC, 22oC and 25oC (control) respectively of 62.71 mg / dL; 65,74 mg / dL; 72.45 mg / dL; 76.91 mg / dL; 89.12 mg / dL and 97.19 mg / dL, the results of this study showed an increase in glucose levels in each treatment. Based on the results of linear regression analysis obtained a significance value of 0.000 with α = 0.05, which means Ho is rejected, so it can be concluded that there is an influence of initial temperature variation of reagent on blood glucose level. For the next researcher can do research about the effect of the initial temperature of reagent 22-38 oC on blood glucose enzymatic method. And the influence of incubation time on blood glucose level of enzymatic method.
Logam Merkuri pada Masker Pemutih Wajah di Pasar Martapura Dinna Rakhmina; Lisa Lisa; Jasmadi Joko Kartiko
Medical Laboratory Technology Journal Vol. 3 No. 2 (2017): December
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Banjarmasin Jurusan Analis Kesehatan

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Currently, many brands and types of skin whitening cosmetics can be found on the market. Not all products are safe for consumers. Illegal or non-licensed cosmetics from BPOM are suspect because unlisted cosmetics tend to contain harmful chemicals such as mercury (Hg). Mercury (Hg) was including harmful heavy metals. The use of mercury has been banned since 1998 through PERMENKES RI No. 445 of 1998, where mercury in small concentrations can be toxic. Negative effects of mercury such as allergies, skin irritation and permanent damage to the nervous system, kidney, brain and disrupt the development of the fetus, especially when used in high doses. The aim of this study was to know whether there is mercury content on bleach mask that sold in Martapura market in March 2017. This study used a descriptive method and the sample was taken by purposive sampling technique. There were 10 samples of face bleach mask that cost around Rp5.000,00 - Rp20.000,00. Based on the results of 10 samples taken at Martapura market, 3 samples contained mercury of face bleach mask. The conclusion of this study is that mercury still used as bleach on the facial in the Martapura market. Therefore, BPOM needs more supervision and intensive counseling about the risk of bleaching cosmetics containing mercury, so the consumer can be careful in choosing cosmetics.
Angka kuman udara ruang rawat inap anak dengan dan tanpa air conditioner (AC) di rumah sakit Raimunah Raimunah; Leka Lutpiatina; Jasmadi Joko Kartiko; Wahdah Norsiah
Jurnal Skala Kesehatan Vol 9 No 1 (2018): JURNAL SKALA KESEHATAN
Publisher : Politeknik Kementerian Kesehatan Banjarmasin

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Air microorganisms can be found in outdoor or indoor air, ventilation is a very important place in the exchange of indoor air. Ventilation system is divided into two, namely natural ventilation and artificial ventilation in the form of Air Conditioner (AC). This study aims to determine the description of the number of germs in the inpatient wards of children using Air Conditioner (AC) and non (AC) at the Hospital in Martapura city area. This type of research is descriptive survey, the population is the inpatient room of children using Air Conditioner (AC) and non (AC). Sampling using purposive sampling technique, that is as much as 8 room. The examination method used is by TPC (Total Plate Count) method. The results showed that the number of airborne bacterial infections using the Air Conditioner (AC) was 406 CFU/m3. The total number of non-living inpatients (AC) is 443 CFU/m3. The standard maximum number of microorganisms (CFU / m3) of treatment room according to Kepmenkes No.1204/ Menkes/SK/X/2004 is 200-500 CFU / m3.