GAMBARAN FUNGSI HATI DAN GINJAL PADA PENDERITA MALARIA

Darmawaty ., Fitriani M, Ruland DN Pakasi, Hardjoeno .

Abstract


the prevalence of malaria disease is still high in Indonesia. It requires to be diagnosed and handled quickly to decrease the
morbidity and the mortality. the purpose of this study was to evaluate the results liver and kidney function tests of malaria patients for
complications and to know the etiology. A cross sectional method was used for this study by using medical record of malaria patients
that at Wahidin Sudirohusodo hospital in Makassar during January to December 2006. Malaria was diagnosed based on pheripheral
blood while the examination of Sgot, SgPt (DgKC method), ureum (Barthelots method) and creatinine (Jaffe's method) were done
by chemistry autoanalizer. the increasing concentration of Sgot was found on 14 patients (42.4%) which was consisted of high at 12
patients, SgPt on 13 patients (39.4%), ureum on 2 patients (6.1%) and creatinine on 11 patients (33.3%). Plasmodium falciparum was
found on 18 patients (54.5%) and Plasmodium vivax on 15 patients (45.5%). the Sgot, SgPt, ureum, and creatinine concentrations
mostly exist in normal range, this indicated that liver and kidney damage was still mild. the etiology of malaria disease was Plasmodium
falciparum and Plasmodium vivax, it was found from examination of pheripheral blood. there was no significant different in this study
for the increasing of Sgot, SgPt, ureum and creatinine concentrations based on plasmodium etiology.


Keywords


malaria, liver function, kidney function

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24293/ijcpml.v15i1.950

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