RASIONALITAS PENGGUNAAN ANTIBIOTIKA DALAM PENATALAKSANAAN HORDEOLUM DI BAGIAN MATA RSUP DR. KARIADI SEMARANG TAHUN 2010

Sutrisna, Leonita Triwachyuni Agustina and Nugroho, Tri Laksana (2011) RASIONALITAS PENGGUNAAN ANTIBIOTIKA DALAM PENATALAKSANAAN HORDEOLUM DI BAGIAN MATA RSUP DR. KARIADI SEMARANG TAHUN 2010. Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Medicine.

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Abstract

Background: Hordeolum is an infection of sebaceous glands of the eyelid which 90-95% are caused by Staphylococcus aureus. Management of hordeolum in some cases which are more serious performed with topical antibiotics for gram-positive bacteria. Many doctors do not pay attention to the rationality of antibiotics. This study showed the incidence of irrational use of antibiotics which later can lead to resistance to antibiotics usage in hordeolum management at the department of Ophthalmology RSUP Dr. Kariadi. Hopefully, the antibiotics usage for treatment hordeolum become more rational. Method: This study is an observational study with cross sectional design. Research material was taken from hordeolum patient’s medical records at the department of Ophthalmology RSUP Dr. Kariadi Semarang in 2010. The data measurement is done qualitatively by using the Gyssens method. The data will be analysed descriptively and presented in frequency distribution tables and percentages. Result: Of the 37 hordeolum patient records, the accurate indication of antibiotics was 21.6%. The accuracy of antibiotics types in hordeolum patients is 0%. The accuracy of antibiotics duration was 100%. The accuracy of dose and frequency of antibiotics is 100%. Accuracy route of administration of antibiotics is 100%. Conclusion: The study of rationality of antibiotic usage in 37 hordeolum patient’s medical records at the department of Ohpthalmology RSUP Dr. Kariadi Semarang in 2010 100% irrational caused by inaccurate indications and types of antibiotics.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RE Ophthalmology
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:33397
Deposited By:Ms Lutfiatun Heni
Deposited On:13 Feb 2012 11:01
Last Modified:13 Feb 2012 11:01

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