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Articles by Faisal Anwar
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  Nur Rahman , Sri Anna Marliyati , Muhammad Rizal Martua Damanik and Faisal Anwar
  Takokak is a potential source of antioxidants for scavenger free radical. This study carried out to examines the affect of ethanol concentration to the yield extract, total phenol and antioxidants activity in variety maturity stage takokak (Solanum torvum). Research design was experiment laboratorium. The yield was calculated by comparing the weight of extract with baseline weight, phenol assay using the Folin-Ciocalteu reagent and antioxidants activity assay using DPPH method. The result showed that ethanol concentration ethanol 70 and 96% was significantly affected the yield extract (p = 0.000) and (p = 0.000). Concentration 70 and 96% did not significantly affect on level phenol (p = 0.056) and (p = 0.342). Concentration 70% was significantly affected antioxidant activity (p = 0.014), but concentration 96% was not significanlyt affected (p = 0.114) on the variety maturity stage of Solanum torvum. The best extracts was ethanol extract 70% old dried mature fruits.
  Ali Khomsan , Merita , Faisal Anwar , Dadang Sukandar , Hadi Riyadi , Tin Herawati , Anna Fatchiya , Mira Dewi , Siti Madanijah and Hidayat Syarief
  The success of an Integrated Service Post (Posyandu) program can be seen by its service quality. However, there are not many studies that analyze the impacts of nutritional education on the service quality of posyandus and the sustainability of the nutritional education program at posyandus. Thus, the objectives of this study were to analyze the posyandu cadre’s perception and to see the impact of nutritional education on the service quality at the posyandus. The design of this study was a quasi-experimental one. It was conducted from January 2012 to September 2013. Four villages in Bogor, West Java were selected as the research locations. The subjects were the posyandu cadres and the toddlers’ mothers in the posyandus. The results showed that counseling and supplemental feeding needed to be improved at the posyandus. The nutritional education had a significant effect to the service quality of the posyandus (p<0.05). After the follow-up, there was a decline in the satisfaction level of the toddlers’ mothers but that was still better than at the baseline. This means that, the nutritional education and provision of the facilities are sustainable and able to improve the service quality of the posyandus when continuously given by the cadres.

  I. Made Tangkas , Ahmad Sulaeman , Faisal Anwar , Agik Suprayogi , Sri Estuningsih and Umi Faza Rokhmah
  Background and Objective: The results of previous studies have indicated that undernutrition that occurs during pregnancy can result in the slowing of fetal growth. Intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR) caused by malnutrition will have a negative effect on organogenesis, including kidney growth (nephrogenesis). This study aimed to evaluate the potency of bone marrow obtained from a local beef livestock practice in Central Sulawesi of Indonesia to increase the success of pregnancy and to prevent the slowing of fetal kidney growth during pregnancy. Materials and Methods: This experimental laboratory study with animal models used a complete randomized design (CRD) with a single factor. The bone marrow was obtained from the Tawanjuka Palu slaughterhouse of Central Sulawesi in Indonesia. A standard feed, an intrauterine growth retardation feed and a substitution isocaloric feed with bone marrow were formulated. The intervention was applied to rats during pregnancy with the feed available ad libitum. After birth, the offspring underwent lactation until the age of 22 days and then weaned and given standard feed. At the age of 30 days, the kidneys were removed and weighed. The kidney weight data were analyzed using a descriptive statistical test and a Wilcoxon test using SPSS version 23. Results: The results of the descriptive analysis indicate that there was a positive trend in response to the feed with the bone marrow but Wilcoxon analysis showed no significant difference in kidney weight between the control and intervention groups. Conclusion: Feed formulations containing bone marrow from local cattle have the potential to prevent slowing of kidney growth during pregnancy and increase the success of pregnancy.
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