HUBUNGAN BESAR KUAT ARUS LISTRIK BOLAK-BALIK DALAM AIR TEHADAP KERUSAKAN GINJAL TIKUS WISTAR

Zanira , Juharma (2008) HUBUNGAN BESAR KUAT ARUS LISTRIK BOLAK-BALIK DALAM AIR TEHADAP KERUSAKAN GINJAL TIKUS WISTAR. Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Medicine.

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Abstract

BACKGROUND:Electrical injury is an injury which is caused by electricity flow through human’s body and burn the tissue or cause defect of internal organ function. Mortality which is caused by electricution needs makroskopic and mikroskopic examination to the victim’s body. The organ microskopic examination that play role in death proccess is very important considers to undetectable of makroskopic pattern of electrical injury is not always founded. OBJECTIVE: The study was aimed to elvaluating the correlation of AC type electrical intensity in water to Wistar mice’s kidney injury. METHOD: This study was an experimental study using the post test only control group design. Samples were 15 male Wistar mice divided into three groups, K(control), were not given electricity in water; group P1:were given 50 miliAmpere electricity in water about 10 seconds; Group P2: were given given 100 miliAmpere electricity in water about 10 seconds. Data were collected from histopatological examination of Wistar mice’s kidney. Data were analyzed by SPSS 15.0 for windows. The normality of the data where tested by saphiro Wilk than continued with One Way ANOVA test. RESULT: One Way ANOVA test between Kontrol group show significant difference (P=0,026). Continued by Post Hoc test between K-P1 (P=0.204), between K-P2 (P=0,020) and between P1-P2 (P=0,398). In Post Hoc test between Kontrol group with treatment group (P1 and P2), there is difference value of kidney injury, between Kontrol group and P2 (P=0,020). This value isn’t founded between Kontrol group with P1 and P1 with P2. CONCLUSION: There were correlation of alternaating current type electrical intensity in water to Wistar mice’s kidney. Keywords: Electrical intensity, Kidney injury

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine > RA1001 Forensic Medicine. Medical jurisprudence. Legal medicine
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:24259
Deposited By:Ms Lutfiatun Heni
Deposited On:29 Nov 2010 13:37
Last Modified:29 Nov 2010 13:37

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