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JournalISSN: 2252-8199

Indonesian Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 

Indonesian Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Association
About: Indonesian Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is an academic journal published by Indonesian Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Association. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Medicine & Physical therapy. It has an ISSN identifier of 2252-8199. Over the lifetime, 15 publications have been published receiving 1 citations.

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TL;DR: In this paper , a thorough search of published literature, conducted using both PubMed and Google Scholar search engines, was conducted to describe the pathophysiology and clinical assessment of exercise intolerance in COPD.
Abstract: Introduction: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) frequently presents with significantimpairments that contribute to reduced functional capacity and exercise intolerance, ultimately leadingto compromised activity performance. Therefore, this study aimed to describe the pathophysiology andclinical assessment of exercise intolerance in COPD.Methods: Data used were procured through a thorough search of published literature, conducted usingboth PubMed and Google Scholar search engines. Literature was included when published in the last10 years, written in English, and available in full-text format. The types of literature used were books,original articles, narrative or systematic reviews, and case reports.Results: A total of 33 pieces of literature were identified and used to provide explanations for the subtopicsunder discussion. Out of the total pieces, 22 elucidated the pathophysiology of the topic, while theremaining 12 focused on the clinical assessment.Conclusion: Shortness of breath and leg fatigue were common symptoms of exercise intolerancefound in COPD. These symptoms were associated with impairment of the body functions such as therespiratory, cardiovascular, peripheral muscles, neuromuscular, and psychological. Furthermore, physicalinactivity caused worsening exercise intolerance, which could be evaluated using the Borg scale. Thecardiopulmonary exercise test was recommended to assess exercise intolerance in COPD patients andsome field analyses such as walk and step tests could also be carried out.

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TL;DR: A 53-month-old boy was admitted to Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation outpatient clinic of Primasatya Husada Citra (PHC) hospital of Surabaya in February 2021, due to global developmental and growth delay as discussed by the authors .
Abstract: Background: Cornelia de Lange syndrome (CdLS) is a genetic disorder featured by multi-systemic malformations, such as microcephaly, hypertrichosis, upper limb defects, growth retardation, developmental delay, and a variety of associated malformations. Multidisciplinary and holistic care is needed in the management and rehabilitation of individuals with CdLS. One of the tools that can be used as a clinical measurement in holistic care is the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF). Objective: To provide a holistic approach and intervention by using the ICF assessment in CdLS individuals. Case: A 53-month-old boy was admitted to Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation outpatient clinic of Primasatya Husada Citra (PHC) hospital of Surabaya in February 2021, due to global developmental and growth delay. The patient had low body weight and short stature. The patient had thick eyebrows, a short nose, a concave nasal ridge, thin upper lip vermillion, smooth philtrum, and small hands with small fifth fingers. Was only able to say several words, and it was not clearly pronounced. During the daily activity, he had difficulty going downstairs and wearing his socks, long pants, and shirt. Attended pre-school, had difficulties with speaking, reading, and focusing attention. Conclusion: ICF can help physicians to assess a patient’s condition thoroughly, to set goals, and to provide condition-appropriate treatment and rehabilitation programs for CdLS patients.
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TL;DR: In this article , the authors used independent sample T-2 test with a significant (p<0.05) difference in neutrophyl-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) between DPN group and non-DPN group.
Abstract: ABSTRACT Background: Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN) is one of the type 2 Diabetes Melitus (T2DM) complication, which may lead to diabetic foot ulcer and lower extremity amputation. Inflammation plays a role in the pathogenesis of this type 2 DM complication. Recent studies showed neutrophyl-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) is a potential inflammation marker. Early screening for neuropathy is an important part of the medical rehabilitation management of this condition. Material and methods: This study uses data analysis independent sample T-2 test with a significant (p<0.05). This study is a analytic observation cross-sectional study with type 2 diabetic male subjects, screened with Michigan Neuropathy Screening Instrument then divided into 2 groups, with DPN group (11 subjects) and without DPN group (7 subjects). This was followed with complete blood count laboratory testing (neutrophyl and lymphocyte level) and NCS to measure distal latency, amplitudo, and NCV of the tibial, peroneal, and suralnerve on both lower extremities. Result: There were 18 subjects in this study. Independent T-2 test showed that there was no significant difference in neutrophils (p=0.679), lymphocytes (p=0.127), and NLR (p=0.190) in the DM group without or with neuropathy. NCS showed that there were significant differences on the amplitude of the three nerves peroneal (p=0.003), tibial (p=0.017), sural (p=0.033), also in NCV of peroneal (p=0.001) and tibial (p=0.008). There were no significant differences found on the three distal latency of peroneal (p=0.074), tibial (p=0.151), sural(p=0.294), and NCV of sural (p=0.262). Conclusions: This study shows that there is no significant difference in NLR on both groups. There were significant differences in the amplitude of the three peroneal, tibial, and sural nerves and the conduction velocity of the peroneal and tibial nerves. However, there was no significant difference in the distal latency of the threeperoneal, tibial, sural, and the NCV of the sural nerves.Keywords: diabetes melitus, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, nerve conduction studies, neutrophyl-lymphocyte ratio, rehabilitation management.
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TL;DR: The most common causes of low back pain (LBP) patients at Haji General Hospital are sacroiliac joint, piriformis syndrome, and facet joint, followed by other causes such as myofascial trigger point syndrome, canal stenosis, discogenic, and radiculopathy as mentioned in this paper .
Abstract: Introduction: Low back pain (LBP) become one of the major complaints among the worldwide population leading to morbidity increase. LBP affects the patient's productivity and quality of life. Frequent hospital visits among patients due to the unknown cause of LBP. This study aimed to determine the most common causes among LBP patients at Surabaya Hajj General Hospital. Methods: This is an observational study with a cross-sectional approach. Patients with complaints of LBP who came to the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Installation of Surabaya Hajj General Hospital from May to September 2019 were included in this study. Results: This study involved a total of 223 participants. Chronic LBP was reported to occur mostly in the mean age of 58.37 years and female participants. The average BMI in this study fell within the obesity range. The three most common causes of LBP included sacroiliac joint (35.4%), piriformis syndrome (27.3%), and facet joint (23.7), followed by other causes such as myofascial trigger point syndrome, canal stenosis, discogenic, and radiculopathy. Conclusion: The most common causes of LBP patients at Haji General Hospital are sacroiliac joint, piriformis syndrome, and facet joint. It is important for the physician to determine the cause of LBP to treat the patient appropriately.
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TL;DR: In this article , a review of the anatomy and physiology of neurorespiratory system, pathophysiology of respiratory complication in neuromuscular disease, clinical assessment and respiratory monitoring of childhood NMD from Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation point of view is presented.
Abstract: ABSTRACTDuring the outbreak of Covid-19, the policy of working from home for employees and studying from Neuromuscular disease in childhood result in dysfunction of chest wall and lung movement that interfere ventilation function and gas exchange. Without vital respiratory pump, ventilation, gas exchange function and cough ability would be compromised and could result in complications such as pneumonia, atelectasis, and respiratory failure. Comorbid factors in cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, nutrition, and gastrointestinal could aggravate respiratory morbidity and mortality if not adequately treated. This paper was written to review anatomy and physiology of neurorespiratory system, pathophysiology of respiratory complication in neuromuscular disease, clinical assessment and respiratory monitoring of childhood neuromuscular disease from Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation point of view.Keywords: assessment, neuromuscular disease, pediatric, respiratory
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202312
202214