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Djoko Santoso, dr., Sp.PD-KGH, Ph.D.

Fakultas Kedokteran / Departemen Ilmu Penyakit Dalam

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  1. Djoko Santoso --> Peneliti Utama
  2. Pranawa
  3. Soedarsono
  4. Yasuhiko Tomino

Tahun : 2011

Halaman Naskah : 5 halaman

Sumber Dana : Mandiri

Besaran Dana : 0

SK. Penetapan : Mandiri

Publikasi : Media Jurnal : Folia Medica Indonesiana

Kategori Penelitian : Kesehatan

Posting : 17-02-2012

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Title :

Nutrition Condition in Hemodialysis Patients, Differences Between Groups in Surabaya, Indonesia and Juntendo University, Japan

Author : Djoko Santoso, dr., Sp.PD-KGH, Ph.D.


Year : 2011

Abstact :

For over two decades, mlnutrition has been reported as frequen complication in hemodyalsis patients. The prevalences hasvaried from 25 to 75% all over the world. In contrast to other studies, the present study will compare nutrition of hemodialysis patients in a developing country and developed country. Hemodialysis patient data were obtained from patient groups in Surabaya, Indonesia and Juntendo University, Japan. Malnutrition was estimated by serum prealbumin, albumin and retinol binding protein. Malnutrition was present in 58% of the Surabaya group and 10% of the Juntendo group. Serum pre-albumin concentrations in the Surabaya group and Juntendo group were 21.19%±7.9 mg/dl and 32.3±7.45 mg/dl respectively. The percentage of patients with pre-albumin of less than 22 mg/dl in the Surabaya and Juntendo groups were 58% and 10% respectively. Specifically, pre-albumin values of 22-15 mg/dl and less than 15 mg/dl in the Surabaya group vs the JUntendo group were observed in 32% and 26% vs 8% and 2%. In conclusion, malnutrition afflicts most patients on dialysis in the Surabaya group. the reported ncidence was 58%.


Keyword : malnutrition, hemodialysis patients, Surabaya, Indonesia, Juntendo, Japan,


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