Retno Handayani
Jurusan Administrasi Publik, Fakultas Ilmu Administrasi, Universitas Brawijaya, Malang

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ALAT PENGISI AIR OTOMATIS TIGA GALON BERBASIS ARDUINO Handayani, Retno; Aulada, Nourobby; I, Baliyan; Suryono, Suryono; Warjono, Sulistyo
Orbith Vol 12, No 3 (2016): November 2016
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Di era ini banyak kecanggihan teknologi untuk memudahkan pengguna dalam membantu aktifitas sehari-hari. Dengan adanya hal seperti itu perlu adanya suatu gagasan bahwa penggunaan air perlu ditata, penggunaan media yang mampu menbantu pekerjaan manusia baik secara mekanik maupun secara pembacaan media agar lebih mudah. Oleh karena itu penulis menuangkan ide pembuat sebuah alat pengisian air secara otomatis dengan menggunakan Arduino Mega sebagai kontrol. Dengan dilengkapi limit switch dan sensor ultrasonic yang digunakan untuk mendeteksi keberadaan gallon, serta sensor proximity sebagai pembatas air pada gallon, dan solenoid valve yang berfungsi sebagai penutup dan pembuka aliran air. Komponen ini bekerja bersama untuk mengisi air pada galon secara otomatis. Sedangkan untuk indikator level air pada penampungan air diperlukan sensor ultrasonic, LED, dan buzzer agar volume air pada tempat penampungan dapat terkontrol tanpa perlu mengecek isinya secara manual.Kata kunci : limitswitch, sensor proximity, sensor ultrasonic, solenoid valve
The Result Discrepancies between Histological and PCR Method for Detecting Helicobacter pylori in Patients with Dyspepsia due to Inappropriate Preparation before Endoscopy Handayani, Retno; Sumarno, Troef; Jiwintarum, Yunan; Mutaqin, Zainul; Astuti, Weny; Soemohardjo, Soewignjo; Diarti, Maruni Wiwin; Widita, Haris
The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Digestive Endoscopy VOLUME 10, ISSUE 2, August 2009
Publisher : The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Digestive Endoscopy

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Background: False negative result of Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) detection in gastric tissue can be due to inappropriate preparation before endoscopy. The objectives of this study is to compare the result of H. pylori detection in gastric biopsy by histological method and ure C polymerase chain reaction (PCR) in patients with dyspepsia who underwent upper gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy without preparations other than six hours fasting before endoscopy. Method: We obtained 156 paraffin blocks of gastric endoscopic biopsy samples, taken from antrum and corpus of patients with dyspepsia who underwent endoscopic examination at the Endoscopy Unit of Biomedika hospital, Mataram. All biopsy samples were stained with Hematoxylin and Eosin for tissue diagnosis and Giemsa stain for detecting H. pylori Ure C PCR were done on all blocks. Cag PCR were performed on all Ure C PCR positive samples. Results: Of 156 paraffin blocks, only 17 blocks (10.9%) were positive for H. pylori by histological examination. All of the 17 samples showed positive results on PCR method. Of 156 paraffin blocks, positive results were found in 73 patients (45.9%) by ure C PCR method. The PCR method has increased the positivity rates of H. pylori more than four times compared to histological method. This study showed that the rate of cag a was 63.0%. Conclusion: Ure C PCR is superior to histological examination in patients who did not stop consuming acid supressor drug and antibiotic two weeks prior to endoscopy. This phenomenon can be explained by the change of spiral form into coccoid form of H. pylori, which is hardly detected using Giemsa stain.   Keywords: Helicobacter pylori, histology, ureC, Cag a, PCR
ALAT PENGISI AIR OTOMATIS TIGA GALON BERBASIS ARDUINO Suryono, Suryono; Warjono, Sulistyo; I, Baliyan; Aulada, Nourobby; Handayani, Retno
Orbith Vol 11, No 3 (2015): November 2015
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Di era ini banyak kecanggihan teknologi untuk memudahkan pengguna dalam membantu aktifitassehari-hari. Dengan adanya hal seperti itu perlu adanya suatu gagasan bahwa penggunaan air perluditata, penggunaan media yang mampu menbantu pekerjaan manusia baik secara mekanik maupunsecara pembacaan media agar lebih mudah. Oleh karena itu penulis menuangkan ide pembuat sebuahalat pengisian air secara otomatis dengan menggunakan Arduino Mega sebagai kontrol. Dengandilengkapi limit switch dan sensor ultrasonic yang digunakan untuk mendeteksi keberadaan gallon, sertasensor proximity sebagai pembatas air  pada  gallon,  dan  solenoid valve  yang  berfungsi sebagaipenutup dan pembuka aliran air.   Komponen ini bekerja bersama untuk mengisi air pada galon secaraotomatis. Sedangkan untuk indikator level air pada penampungan air diperlukan sensor ultrasonic,LED, dan buzzer agar volume air pada tempat penampungan dapat terkontrol tanpa perlu mengecekisinya secara manual.
MEMBANGUNKAN BAHASA YANG SEDANG TIDUR DI ALOR: REVITALISASI BAHASA ADANG (Awaken Sleeping Language: Revitalization of Adang Language in Alor) Yulianti, Santy; Handayani, Retno; Ferdinandus, Pangkul
Jurnal Lingko : Jurnal Kebahasaan dan Kesastraan Vol 3, No 1 (2021): Vol 3, No 1 (2021): Juni 2021
Publisher : Kantor Bahasa NTT

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26499/jl.v3i1.62

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Revitalization locations for the Adang language learning process are carried out in Alaang Village. The choice of this village due to Alaang Village is located around 30 kilometers from the center of Kalabahi city and is in the middle of the Adang language speaker area. Although it is quite far from the city center, the Alaang people only use the Adang language among the older generation. The target of this activity is the young generation as the next generation of the Adang language. One revitalization activity deals with at least 20 teenagers or children. The learning process is focused on storytelling, poetry, poetry, and singing in Adang. The material is developed based on the daily life of the Adang tribe. The recommendation that can be proposed from this activity is the maintenance of the Adang language that can be carried out by inserting local language learning through local content in schools located in the Adang language area.