GAMBARAN PENGGUNAAN ANALGETIKA PADA OPERASI ORTHOPEDI DI INSTALASI BEDAH SENTRAL RSUD dr. LOEKMONO HADI KUDUS

  • Maria Caecilia Nanny Setiawati Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Farmasi Yayasan Pharmasi Semarang
  • Hilda Wulan Suciati RSUP dr. Loekmono Hadi Kudus

Abstract

Orthopedic surgery is often performed, especially due to traffic accidents. Post orthopedic surgery, patients usually feel pain, thus requiring the administration of analgesics. The Objective of this research is to determine the characteristics of the patient and the description of the use of analgesic drugs, as well as the cost of drugs use in orthopedic surgery at the Central Surgical Installation of RSUD dr. Loekmono Hadi Kudus. This research is descriptive and the data are taken retrospectively. Sampling by purposive sampling method. In the period September-October 2019 there were 101 inpatients who underwent orthopedic surgery and received analgesics. 60.6% were male patients, 63.36% were BPJS users, the most age was between 36-45 years (19.80%), the most pain experienced by patients was moderate pain (69.31%). ). Most of the analgesics used were a combination of ketorolac injection and tramadol injection,  as many as 48 patients (47.52%). The method of drug administration was mostly done intravenously (95.22%). The average cost of all drugs for orthopedic surgery is IDR 278,039, with analgesic drug costs as much as 14.4% of the total drug cost . The Conclusion is the most  were BPJS patients, male, age between 36-45 years, the most analgesic use was combination tramadol and ketorolac,  the use of analgesics and drug costs in orthopedic surgery  is quite rational.
Published
2021-12-20
How to Cite
SETIAWATI, Maria Caecilia Nanny; SUCIATI, Hilda Wulan. GAMBARAN PENGGUNAAN ANALGETIKA PADA OPERASI ORTHOPEDI DI INSTALASI BEDAH SENTRAL RSUD dr. LOEKMONO HADI KUDUS. Jurnal Ilmiah Manuntung, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 2, p. 202-207, dec. 2021. ISSN 2477-1821. Available at: <http://jurnal.akfarsam.ac.id/index.php/jim/article/view/492>. Date accessed: 01 july 2022. doi: https://doi.org/10.51352/jim.v7i2.492.