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Articles by Ida Fitriana
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  Ida Fitriana , Raden Gagak Donny Satria and Dwi Cahyo Budi Setiawan
  Background and Objective: A good inventory control will support and accelerate the availability of drug services provided. The always, better and control (ABC) analysis, vital, essential and desirable (VED) analysis and the combination of ABC-VED analysis or ABC-VED matrix can be used for drug supply control. This study aimed to analyze the annual medical materials expenditure and consumption using inventory control techniques. Methodology: To prove that usefulness, a qualitative descriptive research was used in this study. The primary data were obtained through interviews and secondary data were obtained from pharmacy store and division of finance. The sample was a drug used by the pharmacy store of Veterinary Hospital Prof. Soeparwi, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, during January-December, 2016. Data were analyzed with Microsoft Excel and grouped by ABC-VED analysis category. Results: The total annual drug expenditure (ADE) incurred on 191 drug items issued in 2016 was Rp. 209,342,860.58. The ABC analysis showed that 14.14, 20.42 and 65.45% items drugs were found as always, better and control category items, respectively, amounting for 69.87, 20.42 and 9.71% of ADE of the pharmacy store. The VED analysis revealed that 14.14, 69.63 and 16.23% drug items were found to be Vital, Essential and Desirable category items, respectively, accounting for 26.10, 57.65 and 16.25% of ADE of the pharmacy store. On the ABC-VED matrix analysis, 25.13, 67.02 and 7.85% of drug items were found to be category I, II and III items, accounting for 74.17, 24.57 and 1.26% of ADE of the pharmacy store, respectively. Conclusion: The ABC-VED analysis can be adopted in drug inventory of hospital drug management so that it can plan the availability of drugs efficiently the quality of patient care.
  Sri Hartati , Tri Untari , Bambang Sutrisno and Ida Fitriana
  Background and Objective: Colibacillosis caused by Escherichia coli (E. coli ) and can cause economic losses in the poultry industry. One of the failures to overcome colibacillosis is the occurrence of bacterial resistance to some antibiotics. This study aimed to determine the effect of Phyllanthus niruri and Curcuma longa on the function of liver and renal layer chicken infected E. coli. Methodology: Fifty layers (DOC) were used in this study. After having infected E. coli, the layers were grouped into 5 and labeled with groups A, B, C, D and E. Group A was those who were treated with Curcuma longa 300 mg kg–1, group B was treated with Phyllanthus niruri 500 mg kg–1, group C was treated with equal dosage (1:1) of Curcuma longa and Phyllanthus niruri, group D was treated with Curcuma longa and Phyllanthus niruri whose dosages were 2: 1 and group E was without herbal treatment. Blood and organ samples were collected at 3 weeks post-herbal-treatment. Blood sample were used for examination of Alanine Transaminase (ALT) and creatinine concentration. Liver and renal samples were for histological examination. The results were analyzed by one-way ANOVA test. Results: Concentration of group B ALT was significantly different with group A, D and E (p<0.05). Group A had the highest ALT concentration i.e., 23.77±0.44 IU L–1 and Group E (without herbal treatment) had the highest creatinine concentration i.e., 0.38±0.02 mg dL–1. Creatinine concentration of group B was significantly different with all treatment groups (p<0.05). Histological observation of liver organs of group A showed infiltration of heterophile cells in the kiernan trigonum areas. Histological observation of renal organs showed that all groups were normal and there was no pathology. Conclusion: Phyllanthus niruri does not cause toxic effects for 21 days, so it can be alternative in the treatment of infectious disease of diarrhea caused by E. coli.
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