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Perbedaan Kadar Hemoglobin Segera Diperiksa dan Penundaan 2,5 Jam Pada Suhu Ruang Indah Sari; Ema Karlina; Bastian
jurnal kesehatan terapan sains dan teknologi Vol 1 No 1 (2023): Journal Health Applied Science And Technology (JHAST)
Publisher : IKesT Muhammadiyah Palembang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52523/jhast.v1i1.5

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Hemoglobin is a protein molecule in red blood cells that functions as a means of transporting oxygen (O2) from the lungs to tissues throughout the body and taking carbon dioxide (CO2) from the tissue below to the lungs to be released into the free air. This study aims to determine the effect between blood immediately examined and a delay of 2.5 hours at room temperature on hemoglobin levels conducted at IKesT Muhammadiyah Palembang. The type of research used is cross sectional with intact group comparison research design. The sample consisted of 30 samples immediately examined and 30 samples with a delay of 2.5 hours taken from 30 respondents. The study was conducted starting from patient preparation, taking examination materials, processing examination materials, analysis and research results. The average hemoglobin level immediately examined was 12.8 g/dL while the hemoglobin level with a delay of 2.5 hours was 12.7 g / dL, the results of the wilxocon test showed that the significant value was p=0.342. The p value obtained is p>0.05. The results can be concluded that there is no difference in hemoglobin levels immediately examined and a delay of 2.5 hours at room temperature.
Differences In HbA1c Levels In Diabetes Mellitus Patients Using Capillary And Venous blood Samples Aristoteles; bastian; Teni Lestari
Jurnal Inspirasi Kesehatan Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): Spesial Edisi Khusus (Proceeding)
Publisher : Fakultas Kesehatan IKesT Muhammadiyah Palembang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52523/jika.v1i2.52

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Introduction: HbA1c is a non-enzymatic binding of glucose molecules to hemoglobin through a post- translational glycation process, measuring the level or percentage of glucose bound to hemoglobin, this parameter is used as the main benchmark for controlling Diabetes Mellitus because HbA1c can describe blood sugar levels within a period of 1- 3 months due to red blood cells bound by glucose molecules. HbA1c examination is an examination of glycemic levels which is useful to determine long-term glycemic control in patients with Diabetes Mellitus. From this study to determine differences in HbA1c levels in diabetes mellitus patients using capillary and venous blood samples. Method: Cross-sectional, this research was conducted at the Hematology Laboratory of the Palembang Muhammadiyah Institute of Health and Technology. The population taken was Diabetes Mellitus Patients in the Muhammadiyah Palembang Hospital laboratory. The sample used in this study was 29 samples using purposive sampling. Results: The average HbA1c level was found in 7.91% capillary blood and 7.91% venous blood. Discussion: The conclusion in this study is that capillary and venous blood sampling can be used to check HbA1c levels.