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J. Dirach – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Early- and late-onset pelvic inflammatory disease among women with cervicalChlamydia trachomatis infection at the time of induced abortion — A follow-up study
    Infection, 1994
    Co-Authors: J. L. Sørensen, I. Thranov, G. Hoff, J. Dirach

    Abstract:

    Im Anschluß an eine radomisierte Doppelblindstudie zur Prävention von Infektionen nach Schwangerschaftsabbruch wurden 34 Frauen (14 mit und 20 ohne Erythromycin-Prophylaxe), bei denen eine Chlamydia trachomatis -Infektion nachgewiesen worden war, innerhalb sechs Wochen und 2 bis 24 Monate nach Abbruch nachuntersucht, um frühe und späte Formen der Adnexitis aufzudecken. Die statistische Analyse wurde mittels Kaplan-Meir Survival estimates und Mantel-Cox-Test vorgenommen. Frauen, die keine Behandlung erhalten hatten und zum Zeitpunkt des Schwangerschaftsabbruches eine C. trachomatis -Infektion aufwiesen, hatten ein kumulatives Risiko von 72%, innerhalb von 24 Monaten eine frühe oder späte Adnexitis zu entwickeln. Behandlung der C. trachomatis -Infektion zum Zeitpunkt des Schwangerschaftsabbruches reduzierte dieses Risiko auf 8%. Vor allem bei Frauen im Alter von 25 Jahren oder darunter sollte ein Screening auf C. trachomatis und eine antimikrobielle Therapie gegen diesen Erreger durchgeführt werden, um nach Schwangerschaftsunterbrechung im ersten Trimester das Auftreten einer frühen oder späten Adnexitis zu vermeiden. After termination of a double-blind, randomized study on erythromycin in the prevention of post-abortion infection, 34 women (14 treated with erythromycin, 20 not treated with erythromycin) harbouring Chlamydia trachomatis were followed up within 6 weeks and again 2 to 24 months after the abortion in order to detect an early- and late-on-set pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). For statistical analysis survival analysis by Kaplan-Meir estimates and Mantel-Cox test were carried out. Untreated women with C. trachomatis infection at the time of abortion had a cumulative risk of 72% of developing early and/or late PID, if observed for 24 months. This cumulative risk was significantly reduced to 8% if the C. trachomatis infection was treated at the time of the abortion. Screening for and treatment of C. trachomatis is warranted, expecially in women ≤25 years old, to avoid early and late-onset PID after induced first trimester abortion.

Mayang Anggraini – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • perbedaan pengaruh pemberian short wave diathermy cross fire dengan short wave diathermy co planar terhadap pengurangan nyeri pada Adnexitis
    Fisioterapi : Jurnal Ilmiah Fisioterapi, 2006
    Co-Authors: Suwarti Hardjono, Dedeh Herawati, Mayang Anggraini

    Abstract:

    Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui pengaruh pemberian short wave diathermy cross-fire dengan short wave diathermy co-planar terhadap pengurangan nyeri akibat Adnexitis. Penelitian ini dilakukan di unit fisioterapi Rumah Sakit Islam Jakarta. Adapun jumlah pasien yang menjadi obyek penelitian adalah 20 orang pasien wanita dengan keluhan nyeri akibat Adnexitis, dengan kisaran umur antara 24-39 tahun. Penelitian yang dilakukan bersifat quasi eksperimen untuk mempelajari fenomena sebab akibat dengan memberikan perlakuan pada obyek penelitian. Pasien dibagi menjadi dua kelompok, yaitu kelompok perlakuan I yang diberikan intervensi short wave diathermy cross-fire dan kelompok perlakuan II yang diberikan intervensi short wave diathermy co-planar . Untuk melihat perubahan tingkat nyeri digunakan pengukuran sebelum dan sesudah 6 kali intervensi dengan visual analogue scale . Tehnik pengambilan sampel dilakukan dengan tehnik purposive sampling . Analisa data dilakukan dengan uji Wilxocon untuk mengetahui efek perlakuan terhadap obyek penelitian dan uji Mann-Whitney yang melihat kondisi awal dan kondisi akhir dari dua kelompok dimana pada kondisi awal, tidak boleh terdapat perbedaan yang signifikan antara kedua kelompok yang diteliti. Pengolahan dan analisa data ini dilakukan dengan menggunakan stastistical program for social science (SPSS 11,0) for windows untuk melihat efek perlakuan yang signifikan terhadap obyek penelitian. Dari hasil penelitian dapat disimpulkan bahwa intervensi dengan short wave diathermy cross – fire pada kelompok perlakuan I memberikan hasil lebih baik dari pada intervensi short wave diathermy co-planar pada kelompok perlakuan II dalam mengurangi nyeri akibat Adnexitis. Dengan demikian, teknik ini dapat digu-nakan sebagai salah satu metode fisioterapi dalam mengurangi nyeri akibat Adnexitis. Kesimpulan di atas diharapkan dapat bermanfaat bagi fisioterapis baik pada institusi pelayanan maupun pada institusi pendidikan serta dapat menambah wawasan berfikir dalam mempelajari dan mengembangkan metode-metode pengobatan yang aman, efektif dan efisien seperti penerapan short wave diathermy cross-fire terhadap pengurangan nyeri akibat Adnexitis. Kata Kunci: Adnexitis, Cross-Fire, Co-Planar

Yukimichi Kawada – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Mycoplasma genitalium in the cervices of Japanese women.
    Sexually transmitted diseases, 1997
    Co-Authors: Masahiro Uno, T Deguchi, Hisao Komeda, Motoki Hayasaki, Mitsuo Iida, Mitsuhiro Nagatani, Yukimichi Kawada

    Abstract:

    Background: Mycoplasma genitalium is considered a cause of nongonococcal urethritis in men. This organism also is a cause of genital infections in women, and has been detected in women attending sexually transmitted disease clinics in the United Kingdom and Denmark, although its prevalence is unknown in Japanese women. Goals: To determine the prevalence of M. genitalium in the cervices of women with cervicitis or Adnexitis as well as in asymptomatic pregnant women in Japan. Study Design: Two hundred women who attended obstetric and gynecologic clinics were recruited. Sixty-four women had cervicitis, 53 had Adnexitis, and 3 had both. Eighty pregnant women were asymptomatic for infection. Cervical swab specimens were examined for M. genitalium using a polymerase chain reaction-based assay. Results: Five (7.8%) of 64 women with cervicitis and 3 (5.7%) of 53 women with Adnexitis were positive for M. genitalium. After exclusion of Chlamydia-positive women, 5 (8.8%) of 57 women with cervicitis, and 2 (4.1 %) of 49 women with Adnexitis were positive for M. genitalium. In none of 80 asymptomatic pregnant women, including a Chlamydia-positive woman, was M. genitalium detected. Overall, 7 (6.6%) of 106 women with Chlamydia-negative genital infections were positive for the M. genitalium. This prevalence was significantly greater than that in asymptomatic pregnant women (P < 0.05). Conclusions: A significantly greater prevalence of M. genitalium was demonstrated in Japanese women with Chlamydia-negative cervicitis or Adnexitis, compared with that in asymptomatic pregnant women. This study suggests that M. genitalium may play a pathogenic role in a portion of cases with Chlamydia-negative genital infections.