UJI BANDING EFEKTIFITAS GANODERMA LUCIDUM DENGAN ASPIRIN TERHADAP PENURUNAN AGREGASI TROMBOSIT MENCIT BALB/c

Dominica, Henry (2007) UJI BANDING EFEKTIFITAS GANODERMA LUCIDUM DENGAN ASPIRIN TERHADAP PENURUNAN AGREGASI TROMBOSIT MENCIT BALB/c. Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Medicine.

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Background : The in vitro research proved that content of Ganoderma lucidum (Ganodermic Acid S / GAS) has inhibitory effect on trombocyte agregation. Aspirin is widely used as an anti trombocyte agregation with action equal to GAS, that an effectivity comparison test with G.Lucidum is needed to define an alternative anti trombocyte therapy. Objective : To study the effectivity of Ganoderma lucidum compared to aspirin in decreasing trombocyte agregation on BALB/c mice. Method : This study was a randomized controlled trial in 35 male BALB/c mice divided into 3 groups. K (control group) consist of 5 mice. A (group of aspirin) and B (group of G.Lucidum), each consist of 15 mice, were divided into 3 sub groups. Group A was given a low to high doses of aspirin (0,0224 mg/mice/day; 0,224 mg/mice/day; 2,24 mg/mice/day) for 3 days and group B was given a low to high doses of G.Lucidum (0,0163 mg/mice/day; 0,163 mg/mice/day; 1,63 mg/mice/day) for 3 days. Data was obtained by measuring the trombocyte agregation with blood smear. Data was analyzed with ANOVA test continued with Post Hoc test (Tukey HSD). Result : Aspirin with doses of 0,0224 mg/mice/day; 0,224 mg/mice/day; and 2,24 mg/mice/day can decrease trombocyte agregation significantly (p<0,05) compared to G.Lucidum with a dose of 0,0163 mg/mice/day. Conclusion : Aspirin with a dose of 0,0224 mg/day can decrease trombocyte agregation significantly (p<0,05) compared to G.Lucidum with a dose of 0,0163 mg/day. Keyword : G.Lucidum, anti trombocyte agregation, Ganodermic Acid S ( GAS), tromboxan A2, aspirin.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RM Therapeutics. Pharmacology
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:22376
Deposited By:Ms Lutfiatun Heni
Deposited On:01 Oct 2010 11:38
Last Modified:01 Oct 2010 11:38

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