Dicky Soehardiman
Universitas Indonesia

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The Role of Bronchoscopic Cryoablation in Management of Central Airway Obstruction Dicky Soehardiman; Rahma Ayu Indahati; Mia Elhidsi
Jurnal Respirologi Indonesia Vol 41, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Perhimpunan Dokter Paru Indonesia (PDPI)/The Indonesian Society of Respirology (ISR)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36497/jri.v41i1.154

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Central airway obstruction is one of respiratory emergency manifested as dyspnea, stridor and obstructive pneumonia. Most of central airway obstruction cases were treated with resection and surgery. Bronchoscopy is an initial modality to diagnose, stabilize the airway obstruction and evaluate for palliative treatment. Cryoablation is an evolving therapeutic bronchoscopic methods. Through rapid freeze–thaw cycles, cryoablation causes cell death and tissue necrosis or tissue adherence that can be used via the flexible or rigid bronchoscope. Cryoablation can safely restore airway patency and improve symptoms in patients with central airways obstruction from exophytic tumours. It is also used in the treatment of granulation tissue and benign strictures. Clinical studies showed improvement of dyspnea, cough, and hemoptysis with non-significant complications.
Lung Diffusion Capacity of X Fighter Pilot in Madiun Ririn Astuty Ningsih; Faisal Yunus; Triya Damayanti; Flora Ekasari; Sita Laksmi Andarini; Dicky Soehardiman; Ratnawati Ratnawati; Fathiyah Isbaniah; Erlang Samoedro
Jurnal Respirologi Indonesia Vol 40, No 1 (2020)
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Background: Pilot works in the high environment that exposed by G force. Increasing G force led to linear decreases in cardiac output and blood oxygenation of the brain. Thus, likely due to decreased lung gas exchange capacity in hypergravity. This study aims to investigate the pulmonary diffusing capacity test among Fighter pilots in Madiun. Methods: This study used cross sectional method conducted on February 2019 in Madiun. The total subjects consist of 44 Fighter pilots based on total sampling. Interview was done to fill out question about sociodemografic and smoking habit, flight hour data and physical fitness. Lung function measurement was done using portable spirometry and DLCO equipment (Easyone TM Pro Lab). Result: Spirometri result was found in the standard normal range in 41 subjects (93,2%) only 3 subject (6,8%) get obstruction abnormalities and none of them get restriction result. Average VEP1 prediction was 103,3±10,60 % and median range for VEP1/KVP was 84,5(63,5-92,5) %. Lung diffusion capacity measurement was found to be normal in 41 subject (93,2%) and to be deficient in 3 subject (6,8%) in smoker. Conclusion: This study demosntrated that diffusion capacity and spirometry test in Fighter pilots generally in normal range. Lung diffusion capacity has no association with age, BMI, flight hour, physical fitness, Brinkman index and spirometry parameters. (J Respir Indo. 2020; 40(1): 39-47)
PENGGUNAAN KATETER INTRAPLEURA (WATER SEALED DRAINAGE, INDWELLING PLEURAL CATHETER, PIGTAIL CATHETER) PADA PENATALAKSANAAN KANKER PARU DENGAN EFUSI PLEURA MASIF Tamam Anugrah TAMSIL; Elisna SYAHRUDDIN; Dicky SOEHARDIMAN
Jurnal Penelitian Keperawatan Medik Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Jurnal Penelitian Keperawatan Medik
Publisher : Fakultas Keperawatan Institut Kesehatan Deli Husada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36656/jpkm.v1i2.115

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Massive pleural effusion is one of the problems in lung cancer treatment that cause death. The main treatment of cancer patient with massive pleural effusion is the placement of intrapleural catheter. This is a preliminary study which is aimed to assess tolerancies and efficacies of intrapleural catheter (WSD, IPC or pigtail catheter) in lung cancer with massive pleural effusion. This study is a retroscpective observational cohort study. Subjects are lung cancer patients with massive pleural effusion and catheterized with intrapleural catheter (WSD, IPC or pigtail catheter). The datas were taken from medical record at RSUP Persahabatan and assessed for tolerancies (acute or late complication) and efficacies ((length of hospital admission after catheter placement, duration and the reason of retraction) of intrapleural catheter. Tolerancies and efficacies of intrapleural catheter (WSD, IPC or pigtail catheter) in lung cancer patients with massive pleural effusion are quite good and safe. Prospective cohort studies are needed in the future to determine which type of intrapleural catheter is better for the treatment of massive pleural effusion in lung cancer patients.