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Title: Analysis Type and Number of Leukocytes in Tuberculosis Patients Who Underwent Anti Tuberculosis Drug Treatment for 2 Months at Medan Pulomonary Hospital
Authors: Lubis, Muhammad Nur Fadel
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Fauziah, Ida
Karim, Abdul
Keywords: leukocyte cells;pulmonary tuberculosis
Issue Date: 9-Feb-2021
Publisher: Universitas Medan Area
Series/Report no.: NPM;188700024
Abstract: Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the deadliest infectious infectious diseases in the world, this is because Mycobacterium tuberculosis has infected the world's population. Tuberculosis transmission itself can be through droplets of phlegm (droplets) when coughing or sneezing and can infect other healthy people. The effect of Anti Tuberculosis Drugs (OAT) on the number of leukocytes can reduce the number of leukocytes which previously increased in number due to infection and the presence of antibody drug complexes that bind to the leukocyte cell membrane, causing lysis of the leukocyte cells. The purpose of examining the number of leukocytes is useful as a diagnosis because it can describe the incidence and process of disease in the body, especially infectious diseases such as pulmonary tuberculosis. Analysis of the Type and Number of Leukocytes in Tuberculosis Patients Undergoing Anti Tuberculosis Drug Treatment for 2 Months at the Special Pulmonary Hospital Medan with a total of 20 patients, with the method used in this study was descriptive cross sectional looking at the description of the quantity and type of leukocyte cells. The results obtained were 5 patients (25%) which increased from 20 patients who were examined overall.
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