Pengaruh Penundaan Pemeriksaan Terhadap Hasil APTT Sitrat

Putu Mas Yoga Perbawa, Putu Mas Yoga Perbawa Pengaruh Penundaan Pemeriksaan Terhadap Hasil APTT Sitrat. Meditory: The Journal of Medical Laboratory. ISSN 2338-1159

Text (Hemostasis adalah proses penghentian pendarahan secara spontan sebagai respon terhadap pembuluh darah yang rusak, terdapat komponen utama yang saling berkaitan dengan erat dalam mencegah penghentian pendarahan, yaitu Sebagai Upaya Peningkatan Mutu Has)

Download (625kB) | Preview


ABSTRACT Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (APTT) is a global coagulation test of plasma affected by intrinsic abnormalities (factors XII, XI, VIII, IX, prekallikrein, and high molecular weight high kininogen) and common part of coagulation. APTT test with citric blood should be examined for maximum 2 hours after blood collected. This study aims to determine whether there is an influence on the delay in blood tests on the results of APTT. This research is an experimental study with the design of the Posttest Only Control Group. The number of blood samples as many as 24 samples obtained from 6 students were taken randomly from the population. The results of the APTT test was found values within the normal and outside normal limits in the treatment group with values ranging from 24.0 seconds to 36.8 seconds, the lowest average in the immediate examination group was 27.36 seconds and the highest average in the delay group 3 the clock is 33.96 seconds. The One Way Anova test results show that there is an effect of the delay in blood tests on APTT Plasma Citrate with p <0.001. A significant difference was occurred between groups delaying 1 hour, 2 hours or 3 hours. Thus it can be concluded there is an effect of the delay in blood tests on the results of APTT Plasma Citrate if delayed of 2 and 3 hours is carried out Keywords: Delayed Test, Blood Citrate, APTT

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > RB Pathology
Divisions: Jurusan Analis Kesehatan > Prodi D3
Depositing User: mrs Mas Yoga Perbawa Putu
Date Deposited: 31 Oct 2019 23:42
Last Modified: 31 Oct 2019 23:42

Actions (login required)

View Item View Item