PERBEDAAN HASIL PEMERIKSAAN pH DAN JUMLAH SEDIMEN URIN PADA URIN SEGERA DAN URIN SIMPAN 2 JAM SUHU RUANGAN

Jumsiah, Lina Noviana, G1C218103 (2019) PERBEDAAN HASIL PEMERIKSAAN pH DAN JUMLAH SEDIMEN URIN PADA URIN SEGERA DAN URIN SIMPAN 2 JAM SUHU RUANGAN. Other thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang.

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Abstract

ABSTRAK Penundaan pemeriksaan urin dapat mengakibatkan peningkatan ureum akibat pertumbuhan bakteri sehingga terjadi pembentukan amoniak dan karbondioksida. Amoniak menyebabkan pH menjadi alkali, dan terjadi pengendapan kalsium dan magesium fosfat. Peningkatan pH juga dapat merusak silinder, karena sillinder cenderung larut dalam urin. Tujuan Penelitian untuk mengetahui perbedaan hasil pemeriksaan pH dan sedimen urin pada urin segera dan urin simpan 2 jam suhu ruangan. Jenis penelitian adalah eksperimen quasi. Sampel diambil dari total sampling populasi sebanyak 15 sampel. Kemudian sampel diperiksa dengan menggunakan urin yang segera dan urin yang telah disimpan 2 jam suhu ruangan. Hasil Penelitin pemeriksaan urin segera untuk jenis pemeriksaan pH, leukosit, eritrosit, sel epitel dengan nilai rata-rata berurut turut 6.3 , 6/LPB, 3/LPB dan 11/LPK. Hasil pemeriksaan urin simpan 2 jam suhu ruangan untuk jenis pemeriksaan pH, leukosit, eritrosit, sel epitel dengan nilai rata-rata berurut turut 6.2 , 7/LPB, 3,06/LPB dan 10/LPK. Hasil penelitian dan pengujian statistika wilcoxon pada pemeriksaan pH urin dan sedimen urin (leukosit, eritrosit, sel epitel) pada urin segera dan urin simpan 2 jam suhu ruangan nilai sig secara berturut-turut adalah 0,271; 0,180; 0,480; 0,785 > 0,05 sehingga dapat disimpulkan bahwa tidak terdapat pebedaan yang signifikan pada hasil pemeriksaan pH dan sedimen urin (leukosit, eritrosit, sel epitel). Kata kunci : pH urin, Sedimen Urin, Penundaan Waktu Pemeriksaan The difference in results of pH test and urinary sediment in immediately and urine Save 2 hours room temperature Lina Noviana Jumsiah1, Fitri Nuroini2, Tulus Ariyadi2 ABSTRACK 1. Study Program DIV health analyst Faculty of Nursing and Health University of Muhammadiyah Semarang 2. Pathology Laboratory of Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences of Muhammadiyah Semarang University Delayed urine screening may result in increased ureum due to bacterial growth resulting in the formation of ammonia and carbon dioxide. Ammonia causes the pH to become alkaline, and the precipitation occurs calcium and magesium phosphate. Increased pH also damages the cylinder, as the sillinder tends to dissolve in the urine. Research objectives to know the difference in the results of pH test and urinary sediment in the urine immediately and urine save 2 hours of room temperature. This type of research is quasi experiments. Samples were taken from a total sampling population of 15 samples. Then the sample is examined using immediate urine and urine that has been stored for 2 hours at room temperature. Results Urgent urine examination immediately for the type of pH, leukocytes, erythrocytes, epithelial cells with an average value respectively 6.3, 6 / LPB, 3 / LPB and 11 / LPK. The results of urine examination store 2 hours of room temperature for the type of pH, leukocytes, erythrocytes, epithelial cells with sequential average values of 6.2, 7 / LPB, 3.06 / LPB and 10 / LPK. The results of Wilcoxon statistical research and testing on the examination of urine pH and urine sediment (leukocytes, erythrocytes, epithelial cells) in the urine immediately and the urine store for 2 hours at room temperature sig values respectively were 0.271; 0.180; 0.480; 0.785> 0.05 so that it can be concluded that there is no significant difference in differences in the results of pH and urine sediment examination (leukocytes, erythrocytes, epithelial cells) Key words: pH urine, urinary sediment, time delay examination

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Call Number: 004/D4Ana/I/2020
Subjects: R Medicine > Health Analyst
Divisions: Faculty of Nursing and Health > D4 Health Analyst
Depositing User: perpus unimus
Date Deposited: 08 Feb 2020 03:53
Last Modified: 10 Feb 2020 03:16
URI: http://repository.unimus.ac.id/id/eprint/3523

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