Journal of Vocational Health Studies

Journal of Vocational Health Studies

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  • Publisher: Universitas Airlangga
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THE EFFECT OF SLIMMING HERBS TEA WITH DIETARY ADJUSTMENT TO THE RESULT OF ANTROPOMETRIC MEASUREMENT AMONG WOMEN MEMBER OF AEROBIC STUDIO

THE EFFECT OF SLIMMING HERBS TEA WITH DIETARY ADJUSTMENT TO THE RESULT OF ANTROPOMETRIC MEASUREMENT AMONG WOMEN MEMBER OF AEROBIC STUDIO

Authors: Resti Perslami, Edith Frederika Puruhito, Mangestuti Agil
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Background: Overweight is the accumulation of excessive fat that can harm health. People who are overweight usually have a size of body anthropometry more than normal, such as the size of the waist circumference (WC), upper arm circumference (UAC), and subcutaneous fat thickness (SFT). Women are more to being overweight, because metabolism in women is lower and body fat is more than men. They attempt to return to normal body weight, by following the fitness clubs, diet and so forth. In this study, researchers used a slimming herbs tea to help restore their body size. Purpose : This study was to determine the effects of slimming herbs tea with dietary adjustments to the results of anthropometric measurements in the group of gymnastic class women. Methods: The method used is quasy experimental design with the design of "pre-posttest control group design”. The study was held for 14 days by the number of respondents 14 people. Respondents were divided into 2 groups: control and treatment (consumption of slimming herbs tea). Slimming herbs tea composition consisting of green tea, guazuma extracts, parameria extract, fennel extract and curcuma extract consumed 2 times a day after meals every day. Data were analyzed using SPSS with Paired T-Test. Results: The results showed slimming herbs tea with dietary adjustments can reduce the results of anthropometric measurements such as WC as much as 6,21 cm ,UAC as much as 2,2 cm ,and SFT as much as 2,7 mm. While the reducing measurement in control group, in WC as much as 2,57 cm, UAC as much as 1,6 cm, SFT as much as 1,4 mm. Conclusion: The effect of slimming herbs tea with dietary adjustment can reducing the result of anthropometric measurement more in the woman class of gymnastic

Keywords: Overweight; Aerobic; Antropometric; Herbs.
LAMELLAR BODY COUNT WITH CELL DYN EMERALD AND CELL DYN RUBY METHODS ON PRETERM BIRTH

LAMELLAR BODY COUNT WITH CELL DYN EMERALD AND CELL DYN RUBY METHODS ON PRETERM BIRTH

Authors: Erlinda Widyastuti, Ario Imandri
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Background: Lamellar bodies are produced by pneumocyte type II cells in the lung alveoli. Lamellar bodies are present in amniotic fluid in increasing quantities as gestation advances, 1 – 5 µm in size, similar in size to small platelets and can be counted on most electronic cell counters in hematology analyzer. Lamellar body count is useful for prediction of fetal lung maturity and neonatal respiratory distress syndrome. The current gold standard for determination of fetal lung maturity is the evaluation of phospholipids in amniotic fluid samples by thin-layer chromatography, but it is time-consuming and not continuously available at most institutions. In this study we compare Cell Dyn Emerald and Cell Dyn Ruby method, which is expected to be a review for lamellar body count method. Purpose: The aim of this study was to analyze lamellar body count with Cell Dyn Emerald and Cell Dyn Ruby method on preterm birth. Methods : This was a cross sectional study. Thirty three samples study were inpatient’s amniotic fluid with premature rupture of membranes in Obstetry and Gynecology ward emergency room Dr. Soetomo Hospital Surabaya. Lamellar body count was counted with Cell Dyn emerald and Cell Dyn Ruby method. The statistical differences were assessed using the ANOVA test . Results : The results showed significant differences (t=49,04), lamellar body count with Cell Dyn Ruby method was much lower than Cell Dyn Emerald method. The lowest result with Cell Dyn Ruby method was 3.38 x 103/µL and 17 x 103/ µL with Cell Dyn Emerald method. The highest results with Cell Dyn Ruby method was 98,2 x 103/ µL and 221 x 103/ µL with Cell Dyn Emerald method. Conclusion : Lamellar body count with impedance method (Cell Dyn Emerald) is significantly higher than optic method (Cell Dyn Ruby).

Keywords: Lamellar Body; Cell Dyn Emerald; Cell Dyn Ruby.
STATE ANXIETY INVENTORY SCORE AMONG STUDENTS WITH FINAL ASSIGNMENT

STATE ANXIETY INVENTORY SCORE AMONG STUDENTS WITH FINAL ASSIGNMENT

Authors: Ario Imandri, Erlinda Widyastuti, Arijanto Jonosewojo
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Background: Students final assignment is a scientific work requires precision, time consuming, energy as well as concentrations. Students may experience stress within the process of completing the final assignment, which can lead to variety of disorder; physical, emotional, intellectual and interpersonal. Purpose: The aim of this study was to determine the state anxiety inventory scores among final students with scientific project. Those score were then being used as preliminary data to decide the next step of the study which are giving acupuncture therapies to those students with high score of anxiety. Methods: This was a descriptive study with one shot/cross sectional study, using questionnaires distributed to respondents for data completion. Respondents were 100 students from Faculty of Vocational Education Universitas Airlangga who were taking the final assignment subject. Results: The results of State Anxiety Inventory Score were obtained as average score of 53.03 with standard deviation of 10.4. Conclusion: The mean values showed a reasonably anxious outcome.

Keywords: Anxiety; Final Assignment; State Anxiety Inventory Scores
COMPARISON OF NUMBER OF DIFFUSION GRADIENT DIRECTION IN BRAIN IMAGING DIFFUSION TENSOR; CASE STUDY OF TUMOR BRAIN

COMPARISON OF NUMBER OF DIFFUSION GRADIENT DIRECTION IN BRAIN IMAGING DIFFUSION TENSOR; CASE STUDY OF TUMOR BRAIN

Authors: Afif Rofiky, Paulus Rahardjo, Didik Soeharmanto
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Background : Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI), namely MRI sequence which is the diffusion of water analysis that shows the complex structure of brain tissue. The weakness of this sequence is scanning time. Number of Diffusion Gradient Direction (NDGD) is one of parameter that effect scanning time. Purpose: This study has aim to compare between NDGD 25 and NDGD 15 in brain tumor. Methods: This study used observational analytic study with prospective approach. Five patients were examined using DTI sequence with NDGD 25 and NDGD 15. The parameter for evaluating the quality image is of Fractional Anisotropy (FA) and Fiber Tracking (FT). Result: Image with NDGD 25 was better than NDGD 15, but the difference was not significantly. Conclusion: It can be concluded that NDGD 15 can be solution to get informative image with short scan time when DTI sequence is used to examine brain tumor.

Keywords: Brain Tumor; Fiber Tracking; Fractional Anisotropy
THE CORRELATION OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS WITH SUBJECTIVE FATIGUE WOMEN WORKERS IN WEAVING LOOM UNIT PT. X

THE CORRELATION OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS WITH SUBJECTIVE FATIGUE WOMEN WORKERS IN WEAVING LOOM UNIT PT. X

Authors: Yulia Dwi Andarini, Tofan Agung Eka Prasetya
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Background : An occupation with a high risk of work fatigue is an occupation in textile industry. The involvement of women in the textile industry sector in Indonesia is dominant. Women labors who run work on domestic and public sector will be less inclined a work fatigue. Subjective fatigue is the problem faced by women workers at production division weaving loom unit of PT. X. Purpose : This study aimed to determine occupational stress correlation with subjective fatigue in weaving loom unit PT. X. Methods : Type of this observational analytic study was using a cross sectional design. The number of research subject were 95 people. An occupational stress is independent variable. The dependent variable is a subjective fatigue. Occupational stress measurement was using job stress indicator questionnaire. Subjective fatigue measurement was using Subjective Self Rating Test questionnaires. Chi square test used as significance test. All test used 95% confidence interval and significance level of p=0,05. Result : Chi square test result showed that occupational stress has significant association with subjective fatigue. Conclusion : An occupational stress has a positive correlation with subjective fatigue women workers in weaving loom unit PT. X.

Keywords: Correlation; Subjective Fatigue; Occupational Stress; Women Workers; Weaving Loom Unit
STUDY OF SOIL-TRANSMITTED HELMINTHIASIS PREVALENCE IN SCHOOL CHILDREN IN SURABAYA

STUDY OF SOIL-TRANSMITTED HELMINTHIASIS PREVALENCE IN SCHOOL CHILDREN IN SURABAYA

Authors: Astri Nur Amalia, Heru Prasetya
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Background : Soil-Transmitted Helminths infection usually occurs due to poor sanitation in the densely populated area with bad sanitation. It is transmitted by egg present in human feces then contaminate soil. Helminths infection can cause declining in health condition, nutrient, and intelligence, carbohydrate, protein and blood which in turn can disturb the patient productivity. Helminth infection can be prevented by an education and through comprehension about hygiene and environmental sanitation. Purpose: The aim of this study is to investigate the prevalence of soil-transmitted helminths infection in student grade one and two from MI Taswirul Afkar Surabaya (elementary school grade). Methods: Specimen were collected from 23 feces. Macroscopic examination was conducted at Parasitology Laboratory, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Airlangga. Results : The result from 23 samples showed that 3 (13.04%) samples were positive for Ascaris lumbricoides.Conclusion: the prevalence number of soil-transmitted helminths infection in student grade one and two from MI Taswirul Afkar Surabaya are 13.04 %, so it is important to emphasizing the role of parents in maintaining children’s health, hygiene, and environmental sanitation to prevent infection.

Keywords: Soil -Transmitted Helminthes; Worm; Infection; Prevalence; Ascaris Lumbricoides FULL TEXT:
SECONDARY AMENORRHEA THERAPY WITH ACCUPUNCTURE AND TURMERIC - FENUGREEK HERBAL

SECONDARY AMENORRHEA THERAPY WITH ACCUPUNCTURE AND TURMERIC - FENUGREEK HERBAL

Authors: Nindy Rahmi Izzaty, Ario Imandri, Suciati Suciati
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Background: Secondary amenorrhea is a condition when period cycle of women with irregular menstruation disappeared within six months in a row or; when the period cycle of regular menstruation women disappeared during three months in a row. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), amenorrhea is known as Jing Bi. The patient in this study case was having secondary amenorrhea with menstrual complaints not within 3 months and 22 days after the last periods. Patient was classified as secondary amenorrhea with differentiation of Qi and blood deficiency syndrome. Purpose: To know the effect of acupuncture therapy with Sanyinjiao point (SP6), Taichong point (LR3), Zusanli point (ST36), Gui lai point (ST 29) combined with turmeric herbal therapy (Curcuma domestica Val) and klabet seed (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) in patients with secondary amenorrhea. Methods: Treatment of this secondary amenorrhea case was using acupuncture and herbal therapy. Acupuncture therapy at acupoint Sanyinjiao (SP6), Taichong (LR3), Zusanli (ST36), and Gui Lai (ST29) with tonification principle of Qi and blood and improve menstrual flow. The herbal therapy given were turmeric (Curcuma domestica Val) and fenugreek seeds (Trigonellafoenum-graecum L.), which has estrogenic effect. Results: Estrogen stimulates the lining of the uterus to remove the menstrual blood. In the treatment of secondary amenorrhea, acupuncture therapy was given 21 times, three times a week. Herbal therapy was given for 60 days, taken 2 times a day with dose of 15 grams of turmeric and 4 grams of fenugreek seeds. This therapy might help the menstrual blood exuviation. Conclusion: Acupuncture and herbal therapy can be applied continously to the patient up until regular period cycle are attained.

Keywords: Secondary Amenorrhea; Acupuncture; Herbal; Turmeric; Fenugreek
FABRICATION TECHNIQUE OF DENTAL RESTORATION USING HYBRID CERAMIC WITH CAD CAM METHOD

FABRICATION TECHNIQUE OF DENTAL RESTORATION USING HYBRID CERAMIC WITH CAD CAM METHOD

Authors: Meita Andriyani, Sonya Harwasih, Eny Inayati
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Background : Ceramic is superior in aesthetic but fragile and breakable under bite pressure . Lack of understanding of material requirements for resistance in the oral cavity and minimal ceramic processing techniques is the initial cause of the failure. Hybrid ceramic dental restoration is a material that combines the good properties of ceramics and composites that have elasticity and ensures high strength and minimize the wall thickness of the restoration. Mechanical manufacture of dental restorations currently growing, CAD CAM systems are becoming popular in the field of dentistry. CAD CAM provides the advantage that the effectiveness of the time, does not require a lot of human resources, and produce a restoration with good quality. Purpose: To explain hybrid ceramic material and techniques of making hybrid ceramic dental restorations with CAD CAM system. Review: Hybrid ceramic is a material that combines the advantages of ceramics and composite elasticity. This material contains a hybrid structure with two networks, ceramic and polymer are linked to each other, known as double hybrid network. It added that the structure of the ceramic feldspathic network (86% wt) is reinforced by a polymer network (14% wt) are integrated as a polymer network filling cavities that exist in the network and make its structure ceramic hybrid ceramic material becomes denser. Conclusion: Hybrid ceramic having chewing load capacity and high elasticity, flexural strength 150-160 Mpa and fracture toughness 1.5 Mpa, higher than conventional ceramics. Mechanical manufacture of dental restorations using ceramic hybrid materials with CAD CAM method begins with scanning, selection of materials and tooth shade, designing, milling, followed by finishing, polishing, ends with staining and glazing.

Keywords: Ceramic; Hybrid Ceramic; CAD CAM
EVALUATION COMPARISON IMAGE QUALITY OF BREATH HOLD (SSTSE) AND RESPIRATORY TRIGGERING (TSE) TECHNIQUE TO THE EXAMINATION OF MAGNETIC CHOLANGIOPANCREATOGRAPHY (MRCP)

EVALUATION COMPARISON IMAGE QUALITY OF BREATH HOLD (SSTSE) AND RESPIRATORY TRIGGERING (TSE) TECHNIQUE TO THE EXAMINATION OF MAGNETIC CHOLANGIOPANCREATOGRAPHY (MRCP)

Authors: Nikky Anis S., Risalatul Latifah, Sri Andreani U.
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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Background : Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) is MRI examination to visualize to visualize a disorder in part biliary or of the human bile. The artefact in the image MRCP is often happened due to the movement of respiratory system. Purpose : This study to compare the better image quality between Breath Hold (SSTSE) and Repiratory Triggering (TSE)techinques. Methods : This study used observational analytic study with prospective approach. 16 samples were examined with two techniques SSTSE and TSE respectively in order to get 3D MRCP image. The Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) and Contrast to Noise Ratio (CNR) is measured to evaluate the image quality. Result: The SSTSE technique only has a higher SNR in gallbladder meanwhile the TSE technique has a higher SNR in pancreatic duct. The higher CNR is got using TSE technique. Conclusion : The TSE showed the higher SNR in pancreatic duct and the higher CNR is got with SSTSE technique. The recommendation technique for evaluating pancreatic duct is respiratory triggering.

Keywords: Breath Hold; Respiratory Triggering; Cholangiopancreatography
ANALYSIS OF MYCOPLASMA GALLISEPTICUM INFECTION FACTORS IN COMMERCIAL LAYER CHICKEN FARM USING ANALYTICAL HIERARCHY PROCESS

ANALYSIS OF MYCOPLASMA GALLISEPTICUM INFECTION FACTORS IN COMMERCIAL LAYER CHICKEN FARM USING ANALYTICAL HIERARCHY PROCESS

Authors: Diyantoro Diyantoro, Eko Sugeng Pribadi
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Background : Mycoplasma galliseptium (MG) is a pathogenic microbial often found in poultry farm industry. In Indonesia there are rarely data of MG research. There are some factors increased the risk of MG infection. Purpose : This research aimed to determine the factors involved in the transmission of MG in commercial layer chicken farm. Methods : This was a descriptive research with the data was collected from pairwise comparison questionnaire distributed to poultry expert. The Data was analyzed using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) supported by computer programme “Expert Choice”. Results : The results showed that risk value of rearing management (0.425), health management (0.312), feed management (0.088), and biosecurity of farm (0.175) to the transmission of MG. The results of AHP analysis to the risk factor variables of MG infection in commercial layer chicken farm showed that the highest risk value of MG infection was the number of bird in house (0.277), followed by antibiotic administration (0.276), while the other variables only have risk value under 0.100. Conclusion : The highest risk value of MG infection was rearing management factor especially on the variable of the population number of poultry in house.

Keywords: Mycoplasma gallisepticum; Risk; Layer; Infection Factors
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANTECEDENT AND CONSEQUENCE FACTORS WITH SAFETY BEHAVIOUR IN PT.X

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANTECEDENT AND CONSEQUENCE FACTORS WITH SAFETY BEHAVIOUR IN PT.X

Authors: Apris Fitriani, Erwin Dyah Nawawinetu
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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Background : Safety behaviour is an act worker to minimize the possibility of accidents in workplace. Based on the Antecedents-Behaviour-Consequence (ABC) theory, safety behaviour of worker related with the antecedent and consequence factors. Purpose : The purpose of this research was to study the association between antecedent and consequence factors with safety behaviour of workers in Ring Frame Unit Spinning II PT. X. Methods : This was an observational descriptive research with cross sectional approach. Sample size was the total population 24 workers. The variables studied were level of knowledge, motivation, perception, private problem, OSH regulation, availability of safety facilities, frequency of OSH training, controlling, positive reinforcement (reward), and negative reinforcement (punishment). The strength of relationship between variables dependent and independent were analyzed by using Contingency Coefficient (C). Results : The results showed that there were strong association between motivation, private problem, frequency of OSH training, positive reinforcement (reward), and negative reinforcement (punishment) with safety behaviour (C = 0.622, C = 0.508, C = 0.702, C = 0.669, dan C = 0.707, respectively). There were very strong association between knowledge, perception, OSH regulation, and controlling with safety behaviour (C = 0.763, C = 0.797, C = 0.768, dan C = 0.797, respectively). Conclusion : the higher the knowledge and motivation to work safely the higher the safety behaviour of the workers would be. Workers who have not personal problem, have already participated in OSH training, feeling supervised and given reward and punishment applied higher safety behaviour.

Keywords: Safety Behaviour; Antecedent; Consequence
REDUCTION OF CONSTIPATING SCORING SYSTEM AMONG WOMEN AGED 18-25 YEARS OLD AS A RESULT OF DECOCTED TRENGGULI (CASSIA FISTULA L.)

REDUCTION OF CONSTIPATING SCORING SYSTEM AMONG WOMEN AGED 18-25 YEARS OLD AS A RESULT OF DECOCTED TRENGGULI (CASSIA FISTULA L.)

Authors: Isnaini Nur Jannah, Arifa Mustika, Edith Frederika Puruhito
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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Background: Constipation is a condition when someone has difficulty to defecate. Constipation is indicated by hard and large size stool as well as a decrease frequency of bowel movement. Commonly, constipation is indicated by anxiety during bowel movement due to disruption defecation. Constipation can cause severe stress resulting from discomforts for patient. The severity of the constipation can be measured using the Constipation Scoring System (CSS). CSS is a scoring system for patient, which based on the answers about the symptoms being asked in the questionnaire. One of the herbs to handle the problem of constipation that have a laxative effect is Trengguli (Cassia fistula L.) originate from the family Fabaceae. The part that can be used for a laxative is a Trengguli fruit. A decocta method to Trengguli flesh of the fruit for a laxative, since decocta method generates the highest total anthraquinone glycosides for the use of laxatives. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to prove the effectiveness of decocta pulp of trengguli for the reduction of constipation scoring system among women aged 18- 25 years old with constipation problem. Methods: The method used is quasi-experimental design using a design of one group pre-post test. The study was conducted in December at the clinic Battra Airlangga University School of Medicine with 26 responded. Data were analyzed using SPSS with the Wilcoxon test. Result: The results of this study showed that the decocta pulp of trengguli(Cassia fistula L.) has significant effectiveness with p = 0.000 with p <0.05 on a decrease in constipation scoring sytem for constipation treatment among women aged 18-25 years.

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THE CORRELATION OF INDIVIDUAL FACTORS WITH ABSENTEEISM AMONG TEXTILE INDUSTRY WORKERS IN SURABAYA (PT X) DURING 2013

THE CORRELATION OF INDIVIDUAL FACTORS WITH ABSENTEEISM AMONG TEXTILE INDUSTRY WORKERS IN SURABAYA (PT X) DURING 2013

Authors: Yunita Putri Linggarwati, Erwin Dyah Nawawinetu
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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Background : High absenteeism rate affect productivity.In turn, low productivity makes the company suffer loss. In Indonesia there are rarely researches on the issue although actually it needs much attention. Purpose : The aim of this research was to analyze the correlation between individual factors with absenteeism among workers of Ring Frame (Spinning I)PT. X in 2013. Methods : This was an observational descriptives research with cross sectional approach of absenteeism during 2013. The population were workers who experienced absent in 2013 (43 peoples). The variables were individual factor (age,sex, workers status,married status,work span, and education level) and the absenteeism rate such as GAR (Gross Absence Rate),ASR (Absence Severity Rate), AFR (Absence Frequency Rate), Day lost, Spells and the control measures. Results : The results showedthat the days lost were 130 days/years, with frequency absenteeism of 85 spells. The absenteeism rate were : GAR 0,3 % ; ASR 1,1 days and AFR 0,65 spells.GAR, ASR, and AFR were in the normal limit, the highest rate of day lost in category < 3 days and the highest rate of spells in category 1-2 spells. The highest rate of case group found in : age group 25-35 years, women, persistent workers, married, has a work span of 5-14 years and the education level in senior high school. Conclusion : there were no significant correlation between individual factors and absenteeism.

Keywords: Absenteeism; Individual Factor; Textile Industry
NOISE RISK ASSESSMENT AT AIR SEPARATION PLANT PT. X SURABAYA (NITROGEN, OXYGEN, AND ARGON PLANT)

NOISE RISK ASSESSMENT AT AIR SEPARATION PLANT PT. X SURABAYA (NITROGEN, OXYGEN, AND ARGON PLANT)

Authors: Hanif Rizqi Dinari, Tofan Agung Eka Prasetya, Erwin Dyah Nawawinetu, Abdul Rohim Tualeka
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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Background : Noise was one of the dangerous factors at a workplace which causes various effects on workers. Purpose : The purpose of this research was to described the activity stages, identified the noise danger, and assessed the risk and its level at Air Separation Plant of PT. X. Methods : This research was a descriptive research with a cross sectional approach. The object of the research was the noise danger potential and the noise risk level assessment at Air Separation Plant of PT. X. Results : The result of this research showed that there were 12 identified noise danger points. These results consisted of 5 (42 %) noise risks with low category, 2 (16 %) with middle category, and another 5 (42 %) with high category. The highest noise intensity measurement result was found on Recycle Nitrogen Compressor (RNC) machine, which was 116,5 dBA. Conclusion : Based on this data, it can be concluded that there were 12 identified noise danger points and the highest noise intensity measurement result was found on Recycle Nitrogen Compressor (RNC) machine, which was 116,5 dBA. It is suggested for the related company to execute controls mostly in diminishing the noise sources.

Keywords: Risk assessment; Noise; Air Separation Plant
FABRICATION OF COMBINED PROSTHESIS WITH CASTABLE EXTRACORONAL ATTACHMENTS (LABORATORY PROCEDURE)

FABRICATION OF COMBINED PROSTHESIS WITH CASTABLE EXTRACORONAL ATTACHMENTS (LABORATORY PROCEDURE)

Authors: Sri Wahjuni, Sefy Ayu Mandanie
Year: 2017, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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Background : Nows a days has developed many kind of dentures to improve the functionality, comfort aesthetics. Stability, retention and its aesthetic can be improved by attachments. With many kind design assortment of dentures so need a different technique with the existing design. Purpose : The aim of this study is to know the danture manufacturing process in combination with Castable protesa Extracoronal Attachments labolatory procedure. Review: Fixed dentures are each bonded teeth protesa, inserted mechanically and support by teeth or dental implant abutment or that provide the main support for the dental protesa. A partial denture is a spin-off protesa that replaces one or more missing teeth, on the maxillary or mandibullary and can be opened by patients without the supervision of a dentist. Extracoronal attachment is an attachment that is part of the male and female part are almost entirely outside the contours of the Crown of the tooth. Conclusion: the initial stages are making of coping use wax pattern and inserted the female, the casting of metal, porcelain applications, making the wax pattern of the metal frame work, the casting of metal, inserted male, making a removable dentures.

Keywords: Fixed Dentures; Removable Partial Dentures; Extracoronal Atachment

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