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Yulfitri A.,Esa Unggul University
2016 International Conference on Information Technology Systems and Innovation, ICITSI 2016 - Proceedings | Year: 2016

Data became a major need in current society as the data must be accurate and valid. However, the organization usually faces data problem, such as data duplication, inaccuracy, incomplete, invalid, unavailability, etc. These problems have occurred at a government agency X in Jakarta, which one of its main tasks is serving society through providing public information. The organizations need to perform data governance activities. They need to establish appropriate operational model which determined what the roles and responsibilities for activities of data governance. It will be established who person act the role. The modeling approach used in sequential stages which described as follows, the study of best practices regarding operational model of data governance, analyze organizational structure, analyze business processes, human resources, and mapping out data governance activity. The results of this research are proposed operational model of data governance, roles and responsibility in accordance with the organization. © 2016 IEEE.


Mulyani E.Y.,Bogor Agricultural University | Mulyani E.Y.,Esa Unggul University | Hardinsyah,Bogor Agricultural University | Briawan D.,Bogor Agricultural University | Santoso B.I.,University of Indonesia
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition | Year: 2017

Background and Objectives: During pregnancy, the body exhibits dynamic changes in fluid composition. More than 50%of women experience nausea and vomiting during the first trimester. Studies of hydration status in pregnant women are limited, and not in tropical countries, like in Indonesia. The objective of this study was to investigate the hydration status and appropriate biomarkers for determination of hydration status in pregnant women in West Jakarta. Methods and Study Design: This study was cross-sectional. A total of 35 pregnant women aged (19-35 years) at the early second trimester of pregnancy was recruited. Urine osmolality, urine specific gravity, and serum osmolality were used to determine hydration status. Subjects then were divided into a hydration group (HG) and a dehydration group (DG). We used independent t tests, chi-square and Spearman rank correlation coefficient to analyse the data. Results: The population was comparably divided between dehydration and hydration groups (57.1% and 42.9%, respectively). The proportions by age, parity, gestational age, height, weight, upper arm circumference, waist circumference, pelvic circumference, body temperature, blood pressure, and fundal height did not differ between groups (p≥0.05). There was a relationship between urine colour and hydration status (p < 0.05). Differences in hydration biomarker status (urine osmolality and urine specific gravity) were noted between the groups (p < 0.05). Conclusions: Dehydration may be common during pregnancy in tropical Indonesia and can be confirmed by the hydration biomarkers of urinary specific gravity and osmolality. Fluid balance is necessary to prevent health problems and intrauterine growth restriction in pregnant women.


Soekirman,University of Indonesia | Jus'at I.,Esa Unggul University
Malaysian Journal of Nutrition | Year: 2017

The paper highlights the history, policy, programs of food fortification intervention and its impact on reducing micronutrient deficiency, especially iodine deficiency disorders (IDD), iron deficiency anaemia (IDA), and vitamin A deficiency (VAD) in Indonesia. General issues in the management of food fortification, and lessons learned from the Indonesian experience are discussed in this paper.


Yanti A.R.,Esa Unggul University | Radji M.,University of Indonesia | Mun'Im A.,University of Indonesia | Suyatna F.D.,University of Indonesia
International Journal of PharmTech Research | Year: 2015

The present study was carried out to investigate whether methanolic extract of Phalleria macrocarpa (Scheff) Boerl fruits (PM) mitigates oxidative stress in fructose fed rats. Male Sprague Dawley rats were fed with fructose 10% w/v ad libitum for 8 weeks. The rats (n = 36) were divided into six groups (of six each); normal control, negative control, captopril 10 mg/kg BW and extract methanolic P. Marcocarpha (PM)at the dose0.5, 1, 2 g/kg BW, were given start at week 6 until week 8 and 1 g/kg BW were given for 8 weeks. After completion of treatment schedule rats from each group were anesthetized with urethane (120 mg/100 gm, intraperitoneal). Blood was collected and then centrifugated to obtain plasma and later store at-70°C. Plasma glucose, lipid peroxidation markers and antioxidant enzyme (MDA, GSH, and SOD) were analyzed in all the groups. Fructose consumption increased SOD and glucose plasma level and reduced GSH and SOD activity, whereas these levels were near-normal in the rats consuming PM and captopril. © 2015, Sphinx Knowledge House. All right reserved.


Palupi K.C.,Taipei Medical University | Palupi K.C.,Esa Unggul University | Shih C.-K.,Taipei Medical University | Chang J.-S.,Taipei Medical University | Chang J.-S.,Taipei Medical University Hospital
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition | Year: 2017

Background and Objectives: Fatigue is a critical occupational health risk among migrant workers. Globally, more than half of migrant workers are women. However, the prevalence rate and risk factors for fatigue in domestically em-ployed migrant women are unknown. Methods and Study Design: In total, 194 Indonesian women migrants aged 20-50 years who were working in Taipei were studied. Self-perceived acculturation, dietary acculturation, BMI and hae-moglobin were evaluated. Fatigue and depressive symptoms were assessed using the Brief Fatigue Inventory and Beck Depression Inventory-II, respectively. Results: The prevalence of fatigue was 27.8%. Depressive symptoms (p < 0.0001), cooking methods (p=0.027), and self-perceived feelings of sadness and weakness (p=0.003) were associat-ed with fatigue. After adjustment for covariates, the ORs for depressive symptoms (OR: 5.40; 95% CI: 2.32-12.6), deep frying/stir frying (OR: 5.23; 95% CI: 1.27-21.5), and self-perceived feelings of sadness and weakness (OR: 3.41; 95% CI: 1.26-9.25) remained significant. An interactive analysis revealed that women without depressive symptoms who used deep frying/stir frying as a cooking method had a 3.5-fold (1-12.3) higher risk of fatigue than did those who used non-deep frying and stir frying as cooking methods (which served as the reference) for cooking. By contrast, women with depressive symptoms who used non-deep frying and stir frying had a 6.5-fold (2.8-15.3) higher risk of fa-tigue, and the risk increased sharply to 12.6-fold (1.26-125.8) if they used deep frying and stir frying for cooking. Conclusions: The risk of fatigue among migrant women working domestically is increased when they exhibit depres-sive symptoms and their cooking technique is frying.


Erni N.,Esa Unggul University
Proceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management | Year: 2016

The purpose of this study to describe profile and to elaborate problem in order to indentify knowledge management system are needed for quality improvement woven handicraft industry. These study have done at DI Yogyakarta, Indonesia, as one of main producer of handicraft. Many products of handicraft industry was exported to several country such as Japan, Taiwan and the United States with total value achieve 69.8 million US$ in 2013. There are several plant as resources of natural fiber to create many product of handicraft industry such as rattan, bamboo, pandanus, enceng gondok (eichhornia crassipes). The supply chain of natural fiber craft industry consists of the producer natural fiber, craftments, trading company, domestic distributor, local and international market. There are knowledge that important to produce and improve quality of handicraft are processing natural fiber, method to make wibben, design and assembling process, packaging. Using AHP to selection the critical knowledge were asked to expert are production management (0.41), marketing and communications (0.19), packaging and distribution (0.17), product design (0.15) and production process (0.07). In future are needed research for developing knowledge in detail and design of application expert management system. © IEOM Society International. © IEOM Society International.


Budiardjo E.K.,University of Indonesia | Firmansyah G.,Esa Unggul University | Hasibuan Z.A.,University of Indonesia
Journal of Physics: Conference Series | Year: 2017

Lack of government performance, among others due to the lack of coordination and communication among government agencies. Whilst, Enterprise Architecture (EA) in the government can be use as a strategic planning tool to improve productivity, efficiency, and effectivity. However, the existence components of Government Enterprise Architecture (GEA) do not show level of importance, that cause difficulty in implementing good e-government for good governance. This study is to explore the weight of GEA components using Principal Component Analysis (PCA) in order to discovered an inherent structure of e-government. The results show that IT governance component of GEA play a major role in the GEA. The rest of components that consist of e-government system, e-government regulation, e-government management, and application key operational, contributed more or less the same. Beside that GEA from other countries analyzes using comparative base on comon enterprise architecture component. These weighted components use to construct i-Government enterprise architecture. and show the relative importance of component in order to established priorities in developing e-government. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.


Anindita R.,Esa Unggul University
Advanced Science Letters | Year: 2015

This research aims to observe how Knowledge Sharing level correlates with the implementation of Learning Organization in both People and Structure Levels. This topic may help those Private Universities to improve their learning capacities and transform into organizations which are able to facilitate their members to develop learning culture so they will have adequate capacities to perform some innovations, foster the development of their organizations, and share valuable knowledge. By doing so, such organization will continuously transform (Peddler, 1998; Dale, 2003), so it has certain capacities to perform some innovations and grow the level of its development (Watkins and Marsick, 1993, 1994, 2003). Slightly different with the above-mentioned statements, Veisi, et al. (2012) stated that the individuals or members of higher education institutions will determine whether such institution will develop into a learning organization or not. Thus, we need to distinguish between the learning organization for individuals and for management board, even though those individuals, teams, and organization shall jointly establish an ‘embedded’ system (Kumar, 2005). The findings of this research evidences that the implementation of Learning Organization in People level bring significant and positive influence towards the implementation of Learning organization in Structure level. Learning Organization in People level also gives meaningful and positive contribution towards the level of knowledge sharing, which has been either directly or indirectly integrated through organization commitment. On the contrary, Learning Organization in Structure level does not contribute any meaningful impact towards the level of knowledge but such component can still affect knowledge sharing when it is integrated through the organization commitment. © 2015 American Scientific Publishers. All rights reserved.


Sandfreni S.,Esa Unggul University | Surendro I.K.,Bandung Institute of Technology
MATEC Web of Conferences | Year: 2016

Requirements engineering approach through intentional perspective is one of the arguments that appear in the field of requirement engineering. That approach can explain the characteristics of the behavior of an actor. The usage Goal Based Workflow and KAOS method in iStar modeling might help the system analyst to gain knowledge about the internal process inside each of actor sequentially, such that the whole sequential activity to achieve the goal are exposed clearly in those actor's internal process. The adoption of the concept of the role of RACI diagram on Role Based Goal Oriented Model system analyst gain complete knowledge about requirements of actor who involve in a system. System analyst might also distinguish the dependency between each actor in each process. Those dependencies are exhibited in strategic dependency model. In addition, the internal activities of the actor are also shown in strategic rationale model. © Owned by the authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2016.


Eff A.R.Y.,Esa Unggul University | Rahayu S.T.,Esa Unggul University
Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research | Year: 2016

Objectives: The research was aimed to assess the effect of essential oil of Galangal rhizome (Alpinia galanga (Linn.) Pierre.) in vivo by Widal test using mice infected with Salmonella typhi. Methods: Antibacterial activity of the essential oils was determined by Widal test for measuring antibody titre of Salmonella antigen. Study was begun by isolating the essential oils galangal rhizome (Alpinia galanga (Linn.) Pierre.) followed by tested the antibacterial activity of Salmonella typhi in rats (Rattus norvegicus L.). Mice were divided into six treatment groups, ie normal control group, negative control group given Gum Arabic 10%, positive control group given the suspension of chloramphenicol 8 mg/250 g BW, experimental group 1 given the emulsion of essential oil at the dose 25 mg / ml, experimental group given the emulsion of essential oil at the dose 50 mg / ml, and the experimental group 3 given the emulsion of essential oil at the dose 75 mg / ml. Before treated, mice were adapted for 2 weeks and measurement of antibody titer (Widal test 1) as a baseline, then the mice induced by Salmonella typhi suspension oral. On day 8 titre antibody was measuring (Widal test 2) and followed the administration of the test material orally 3 times a day for 7 consecutive days - respectively. On day 14 measurements of antibody titer was repeated (Widal test 3) to see the effectiveness of treatment. Results: An essential oil from Galangal (Alpinia galanga (Linn.) Pierre.) at the dose 25mg/ml, 50 mg/ml and 75 mg/ml can reduce antibody titer of Salmonella antigen. Conclusion: The results obtained in the study show that essential oils from galangal rhizome possess antibacterial effect against Salmonella typhi. © 2016, Innovare Academics Sciences Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.

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