Nur Hasanah STIKes Widya Dharma Husada
Lela kania Rahsa Puji Jurusan Kesehatan Masyarakat, STIKes Widya Dharma Husada, tangerang, Indonesia
Silvester Maximus TulandI Departemen Analisis Farmasi dan Makanan, Politeknik Kesehatan Kementerian Kesehatan Jakarta
Fadly Putrajaya Jurusan Farmasi, STIKes Widya Dharma Husada, tangerang, Indonesia
Indah Kusmana Jurusan Farmasi, STIKes Widya Dharma Husada, tangerang, Indonesia
Dyspepsia is a syndrome with upper gastrointestinal pain, flatulence, epigastric/heartburn pain, early satiety, nausea, and vomiting. This study aims to determine the profile and characteristics of the use of dyspeptic drugs at Icon 8 BSD Clinic in 2021 based on age, gender, education, occupation, clinical manifestations, drug class, and variations for antiulcer medicines, dosage forms, and drug administration routes.
This study is a descriptive study with a retrospective data evaluation; the data obtained from the medical records of dyspeptic patients using the probability sampling method is then presented as percentages and tables. The results showed that dyspepsia patients were dominated by the age range of 26-45 years (43.2%), female gender (51.9%), college education (41.4%), and having a job as an employee (33.3%).
The most common clinical characteristic of dyspeptic patients was nausea (72.2%). Based on the H2 antagonist drug class, ranitidine (20.4%), with a combination of 2 antiulcer drugs, namely omeprazole and ranitidine (15.4%), tablet dosage form (70.9%) and oral route of administration (96.6% ).
Last Updated on 14 Maret 2023