Hanifah Oswari

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This was a cross sectional study to determine the clinical, laboratory and radiologic characteristics of confirmed avian influenza (AI) (H5N1) infection among children and adults. This study was conducted at Sulianti Saroso Infectious Diseases Hospital (SS-IDH), Jakarta among subjects confirmed to have AI infection hospitalized during September 2005 to(More)
OBJECTIVE To identify the cause of bacterial meningitis in children >1 month of age and <5 years of age in several hospitals in Jakarta and Tangerang, Indonesia. METHODS Hospital-based, prospective surveillance study of 100 subjects between 1 month and 5 years of age. Subjects meeting inclusion criteria were evaluated for clinical and laboratory findings(More)
AIMS The aim of the study was to evaluate the significance of total bilirubin, aspartate transaminase (AST), alanine transaminase and gamma-glutamyltransferase (GGT) for predicting outcome in sepsis-associated cholestasis. METHODS A retrospective cohort review of the hospital records was performed in 181 neonates admitted to the Neonatal Care Unit. A(More)
AIM The composition of faecal microbiota of babies is known to be influenced by diet. Faecal calprotectin and α1-antitrypsin concentrations may be associated with mucosal permeability and inflammation. We aimed to assess whether there was any difference after consumption of a probiotic/prebiotic formula on faecal microbiota composition, calprotectin and(More)
Cholestatic jaundice represents serious pathological condition. Septic-cholestasis is a kind of hepato-cellular cholestasis that occured during or after sepsis caused by biliary flow obstruction. This is a cohort study from February to June 2007 on neonatal sepsis patients at Neonatology ward Department of Child Health Faculty of Medicine University of(More)
OBJECTIVES The ability of the World Health Organization (WHO) growth standards to represent the growth of South East Asian infants has been questioned. The aim of this study was to provide contemporary data on the growth of Indonesian breast-fed and formula-fed infants, compared with the WHO growth standards. METHODS A prospective cohort study of 160(More)
BACKGROUND Split-liver transplantation, where two grafts are created from a single donor organ, is a means of overcoming donor organ scarcity. There are few data comparing outcomes of split with reduced-size liver grafts, which is the most common type of cadaveric graft in pediatric liver transplantation. The aims of the present paper were to compare(More)
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