PERBEDAAN KADAR ELEKTROLIT DARAH (Na, K, Cl)MENGGUNAKAN SAMPEL YANG DICENTRIFUGE DAN YANG DIDIAMKAN

Mokoagow, Dwi Saputra, G1C216106 (2017) PERBEDAAN KADAR ELEKTROLIT DARAH (Na, K, Cl)MENGGUNAKAN SAMPEL YANG DICENTRIFUGE DAN YANG DIDIAMKAN. Sarjana (S1/D4) thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang.

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Abstract

Muting or delaying blood electrolytes (Na, K, Cl) examinations especially in samples without antico-granulation may result in inaccurate results, too long delays will cause physical and chemical changes can be a source of inspection errors such as decreased levels of natrium (Na) kalium (K), morphological changes in blood cells and bacterial proliferation. Other factors that may affect electrolyte reduction are room temperature and the process of sending and handling samples, with unsuitable room temperature to decrease the concentration of blood electrolytes. The purpose of this study was to determine whether there is a difference in blood electrolyte levels (Na, K, Cl) using a in centrifuge sample and silenced. The method used in the Caretium Electrolyte analyzer for blood electrolyte examination (Na, K, Cl) is the method of ISE (Ion Selectance Electrode) on inspection principle based on electric charge potential. The study was conducted on 30 samples with blood electrolyte level examination using in centrifuge and sterilized samples. Natrium (Na) dicentrifuge was average 132,600 Meq / L, and it was averaged 131,100 Meq / L. Kalium (K) in centrifuge averaged 3.33 Meq / L, averaged 3.23 Meq / L. Clorida (Cl) in centrifuge average 100.70 Meq / L, Set aside an average of 100.73 Meq / L. The result of the statistical test shows that the sig in this ratio is 0,000 so that H0 is rejected, this means that there is a significant difference in blood electrolyte level (Na, K, Cl) in centrifuge and sterilized. Keywords: Natrium (Na), Kalium (K), Clorida (Cl), centrifuge samples, samples were allowed to settle.

Item Type: Thesis (Sarjana (S1/D4))
Subjects: R Medicine > Health Analyst
Divisions: Faculty of Nursing and Health > D4 Health Analyst
Depositing User: perpus unimus
Date Deposited: 02 Jan 2018 04:11
Last Modified: 02 Jan 2018 04:11
URI: http://repository.unimus.ac.id/id/eprint/1280

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