A. H. Sutanto, A. H.
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Survey on sexual maturation on freshmen at the University of North Sumatera, Medan Siregar, Helena; Rusdidjas, Rusdijas; Sutanto, A. H.; Siregar, Zakaria; Loebis, M. Sjabaroedin
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 21 No 7-8 (1981): July - August 1981
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A survey was conducted on freshmen in the year 1975. They consisted of 971 students: 705 boys and 266 girls. The boy’s age ranged from18 to 23 years while the girl's age ranged from 18 to 22 years. The survey was done with the retrospective method by filiing questionnaires.We found that puberty started earlier among the girls than the boys and that menarche started at the age of 14.75 years, which was later than found in other countries.
Hypopotassemia in Infantile Diarrhoea Treated With Half Strength Ringer's Lactate in Dextrose 2.5% Purba, M. Djalinson; Loebis, Sjabaroedin; Purba, Djaman; Halim, Sahat; Sutanto, A. H.; Siregar, Helena
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 22 No 9-10 (1982): September - October 1982
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14238/pi22.9-10.1982.181-4

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From October 15 until December 15, 1978, 13 children with acute enteritisadmitted to the Pediatric ward, Pirngadi Hospital Medan and treated with i. v.half strength Ringer's lactate in Dextrose 2.5% had been evaluated for hypopotassemia. Criteria used were a serum potassium level of less than 4 mEq /L and the typical ECG pattern.Out of the 13 patients, 10 (79,6%) developed hypopotassemia during i. v.therapy. It is concluded that in cases of Pediatric gastroenteritis treated with half strength Ringer's lactate in Dextrose 2,.% the possibility of hypopotassemia should be seriously borne in mind.
Steatorrhoea in Acute Enteritis Sutanto, A. H.; Siregar, H.; Sa'at, Rahayu
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 22 No 11-12 (1982): November - December 1982
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14238/pi22.11-12.1982.217-21

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Out of a total of 678 patiems, 190 infants presenting acute en1eritis. 95.7%were below 2 yea·s of age and 86.8% were below 1 year of age. Fat dropletswere found in 25 out of 143 patients (17,4%) below 12 months of age.Sugar intolerance was found in 39 of 86 infollts examined (45,3%). Thehighest prevalence was in the a,;P group of 6- 9 11101:ths.The prevalence of concomitant intestinal parasites was low.
Rotavirus gastroenteritis in Medan (part four) Razali, Achmad; Jufri, Ahmad; Karo Karo, Mansur; Sutanto, A. H.; Siregar, Helena
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 24 No 7-8 (1984): July - August 1984
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From April to May 1982, 59 children with gastroenteritis, aged 0 - 3 years (34 males and 25 females) had been examined for Rotavirus at the Department of Child School of Medicine, University of North Sumatera/Dr. Pirngadi General Hospital, Medan. Rotavirus detection was done with the Elisa method. It was found that 32 patients (54.24%) had Rotavirus in their feces. The youngest patient was 2 days old. Vomiting was more pronounced in the Rotavirus group. Degree of temperature did not differ significantly in both groups. From the 32 Rotavirus patients, 71.81% was bottle fed and 28,12% breast fed. From the bottle fed infants with diarrhoea, there were 23 (79,31 %) patients with Rotavirus. From the 21 breast fed patients with diarrhoea, there were only 9 (42,85%) infants with Rotavirus.
Gilles de La Tourette's Syndrome Yoel, Chairul; Siregar, A. Afif; Sutanto, A. H.
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 24 No 7-8 (1984): July - August 1984
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A case of Gilles de Ia Tourette's Syndrome is presented. This is the second reported case in Indonesia. The diagnosis was based on four essential features : childhood onset, multiple motor tics, vocal tics and changing pattern of the symptoms. The exact etiology of this syndrome is still unknown. It is proposed that patients with this illness could have hyperactivity of the dopaminergic systems in their basal ganglia. Symptomatic improvement has been achieved with haloperidol. The response to this drug could not be evaluated in this patient because of refusal to continue the treatment.
Diarrhoeal Disease Associated With Measles In Infants And rhildren Nasution, Indra Kesum; Sufriar, Bam; Siregar, Helena; Sutanto, A. H.
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 24 No 5-6 (1984): May - June 1984
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The incidence and mortality of gastroenteritis associated with measles in infants and children had been assessed retrospectively in 1497 babies and children admitted to the Child Health Department/Dr. Pirngadi General Hospital Medan in the period of January to June 1982. Of these 1497 children, 698 suffered from gastroenteritis and 94 from measles. Of these 94 measles cases, 49 had diarrhoea and 13 had PEM (26.53%). The overall mortality of gastroenteritis was 14.61%, while the mortality of gastroenteritis associated with measles was 28.5 7%. The case fatality rate of gastroenteritis with measles and PEM was 35.5%. The highest age specific case fatality rate of gastroenteritis was in the age group of 0- 6 months. The feasibl1ity of active vaccination against measles at the early age of 6 months should be seriously considered.
Steatocrit Value in New-Born Babies Usman, Johnwan; Abdullah, Irfan; Muhazar, Muhazar; Sinuhaji, Atan Baas; Sutanto, A. H.
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 35 No 7-8 (1995): July - August 1995
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14238/pi35.7-8.1995.190-3

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A prospective study on steatocrit value in full-term or preterm newborn babies of~ 2 days of age in Dr. Pimgadi Hospital, Medan is reported. This study was conducted from December 7, 1992, to February 7, 1993; there were 72 newborn babies (37 males and 35 females). The body weight was> 2500 gin 60 babies and s. 2500 gin 12 babies. The median steatocrit value in babies with body weight of> 2500 g was 9%, and it was 32% in babies less than 2500 g of body weight. The proportion of babies with > 25% steatocrit value was larger in babies less than 2500 g than that in 2500 g by the diet patterns of breast milk, breast milk and milk formula, milk formula. The proportion of babies with < 25% steatocrit value was higher in babies with body weight of< 2500 g than that in babies > 2500 g for those who had either breast milk, breast milk and milk formula or milk formula. There was significant difference (p<0,05) in the steatocrit levels between babies with the body weight of > 2500 g and those who had body weight of ≤ 2500 g.
Bowel Habits in Children Sulastri, Sri; Iqbal, M.; Usman, Johnwan; Sinuhaji, Atan Baas; Sutanto, A. H.
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 35 No 1-2 (1995): January - February 1995
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A cross sectional study of the bowel habits of 119 children (aged 2 years or less) was performed at PTP VIII, North Sumatera. The study was carried out on Desember 18 and 19, 1992, using questionnaire. Mean frequency of defecation was 1.2 times/day (± 0.49) and median volume of defecation was 25 mL/day. Out of 119 children, 9 children were on fluid diet, the mean frequency of defecation was 1.5 times/day (± 0.71) and the median volume of defecation was 5 mL/day. Eighty-eight children who were on fluid diet plus solid diet had a mean frequency of defecation 1.1 times/day (± 0.48) and median volume of defecation was 25 mL/day. Twenty two children who received solid diets had a mean frequency of defecation of 1.2 times/day (± 0.35) and median volume of defecation was 57.5 mL/day. The volume of defecation in children who received solid_diets was higher than children who bad not received solid diets (p < 0.05). There was a positive corelation between age and stool volume (r=0.4; p < 0.05).
Parents' Knowledge on Diarrhea in a Plantation Area Arizal, Arizal; Antoni, Ali; Harahap, Sari Leyli; Sinuhaji, Atan Baas; Sutanto, A. H.
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 34 No 5-6 (1994): May - June 1994
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The parents' knowledge on diarrhea was evaluated by a cross sectional study in Balirnbingan plantation PTP Vlll Kabupaten Simalungunon December 18-19, 1992. The study was conducted by providing questionnaires to 216 parents of infants and children with diarrhea. Most parents (97.2%) knew that diarrhea was a disease, wbile six of them (2.SOA>) thought that diarrhea was not a disease but was associated with the increase level of intelligence or teeth eruption. Seventy-five percent of parents thought that fluid and electrolyte ought to be given to children with diarrhea, and 16.5 % thought to give anti-diarrheal drugs or traditional medicaments. Fluid and electrolytes were given as an initial treatment for diarrhea by most of the parents (69%). Eight per cent of parents gave diarrheal drugs and 12% used traditional medicaments. They got oral electrolyte solution (OES) from the health workers (63.3%) or from the dispensaries or drug stores (36.7%). Most of the parents (53.7%) thought that OES was useful to stop diarrhea. Only 30.3% knew that OES was used as the substitute of fluid loss, 16% thought it was to cure for stomach ache. As many as 57.4% parents knew diarrhea as an infectious disease and 57.4 % knew how to prevent it. Most of them knew that environmental sanitation could prevent the disease (23.3%). Food and beverages were known as vehicle of infections by 37.5% parents.
Gastroenteritis in Patients Hospitalized at the Pediatric Ward of Dr. Pirngadi Hospital Medan Lubis, Gustina; Thaib, Tm.; Sinuhaji, Atan Baas; Sutanto, A. H.
Paediatrica Indonesiana Vol 32 No 11-12 (1992): November - December 1992
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In 1989, oj2350 patients hospitalized in the paediatric ward of Dr. Pirngadi Hospital, Medan, 829 (35.3%) were gastroenteritis cases, with male more than female. Most of the patients with gastroenteritis were found in the age group of under 1 years (521 cases = 62.8%). The highest prevalence was found in january, February and March. Mild, moderate and severe dehydration were encountered in 2. 7%, 83.1% and 14.2% cases respectively. Eighty for (10.1%) cases had been treated with oralit before admission. Only 49. 1% of those patients with gastroenteritis under two years of age were breastfed. The patients of under five year old were 791 (95. 4%) cases; 259 (32. 7%) cases were malnourished. The overall mortality rate of these patients with gastroenteritis was 5.9% ( 49 cases). The age specific mortality rate was highest in the age group of 6- 12 months. Usually patients died with gastroenteritis had complications or associated diseases.