IJRMHS VOLUME 25

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ISSN 2307-2083

 IJRMHS VOLUME 25

 

Title

COMPARISON OF MONTREAL COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT INDONESIAN VERSION (MOCA-INA) SCORE BETWEEN NORMAL BODY MASS INDEX AND OBESITY IN SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS THAT RECEIVED RISPERIDONE  

Author/s GUSRI GIRSANG, MUSTAFA M. AMIN, ELMEIDA EFFENDY
Source International Journal of Research in Medical and Health Sciences pg 01-04 Vol 25. No. 01– 2018
Abstract

Studies have reported that up to 60% of individuals with schizophrenia are overweight or obese. A total 56 participants diagnosis of shizophrenia who admitted to psychiatry hospital and receiving risperidone 4 mg/day. This study is a comparative analytic study with a cross-sectional approach. The assessments included an interview to obtain sociodemographic data, of Montreal Cognitive Assessment Indonesian version scale (MoCA-Ina) were examined, for …….

Keywords Schizophrenia, Body Mass Index, Montreal Cognitive Assessment Indonesian version (MoCA-Ina), risperidone
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Title

ANALYSIS OF RISK FACTORS OF HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA AND NUTRITIONS IN PUBLIC HEALTH CENTRE (PHC) ELLY UYO YEAR 2017

Author/s NOVA FALENTINA RUMAROPEN
Source International Journal of Research in Medical and Health Sciences pg 05-24 Vol 25. No. 01– 2018
Abstract

Based on the data of ten big acquired disease from Public Health Centre (PHC) Elly Uyo on 2015 disease hypercholesterolemia ( high cholesterol ) are present on order to ten with amount case 1175 and on year 2016 experience enhancement case , where of the ten data big disease located on order to four with amount case 4748 cases . In spite of the prevention to disease – a disease with no contagious must focused on control factor risk wrong only is cholesterol . With knowing factors – factors What alone that affects the height cholesterol we could control and too do prevention as early as maybe for occurrence some disease no infectious induced by the height cholesterol in in cholesterol. This type of research is analytic with approach cross sectional . The variables studied were age, sex, occupation, tobacco consumption, alcohol consumption …….

Keywords Hypercholesterolemia, Public Health Centre (PHC)
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