Anna Suraya

Anna Suraya
Binawan University · Occupational Health and Safety

Occupational Medicine Specialist

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Introduction
I am an Occupational medicine practitioner interested in occupational diseases researches

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Publications (9)
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p>Ischemic Heart Disease (IHD) is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in many countries, including Indonesia. Therefore, cardiovascular risk-prediction models are required in clinical practice for early detection in high-risk populations, including the worker population. This study intends to develop a predictive risk measure for e...
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Well-designed Environmental Epidemiological Studies (EES) play a crucial role in quantifying the influence of environmental exposures and their associated risks on health in the wider population. They provide critical research evidence for identifying and developing interventions to avert adverse health consequences from those exposures. However, u...
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Background: In Indonesia, many occupations and industries involve a variety of hazardous and toxic materials. The ILO estimates that about 21.1% of the tracheal, bronchial, and lung cancer deaths among men were attributable to workplace hazardous substances. This study investigated the relationship between occupations or workplace exposure and the...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted on the health and wellbeing of populations directly through infection, as well as through serious societal and economic consequences such as unemployment and underemployment. The consequences could be even more severe for those more vulnerable to the disease, such as the elderly and those with underlyin...
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The international CIHLMU Occupational Safety and Health Symposium 2019 was held on 16th March, 2019 at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, Germany. About 60 participants from around the world representing occupational health and safety professionals, students, instructors from several institutions in Germany and abroad, attended the symposiu...
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A sixty-eight years old man was referred to the hospital for evaluation of lung adenocarcinoma treatment. Chest computed tomography (CT) imaging showed lung nodule, pleural plaques, ground-glass opacity, and parenchymal bands related to asbestosis. Pleural plaques are the proxy of asbestos exposure, and asbestosis is lung parenchymal fibrosis cause...
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Indonesia has limited data on asbestos-related diseases despite abundant use. This study investigated the risk of occupational asbestos exposure for lung cancer development, utilizing a hospital-based case-control study. Subjects were patients who received a thoracic CT scan at Persahabatan Hospital, Jakarta. The cases had primary lung cancer confi...

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Goal: To explore the lived experiences of individuals in lockdown cities using phenomenological analysis. Areas to be explored include; 1. Family bonding and conflict 2. Sexuality 3. Fear, worry and panic 4. Sedentary lifestyle 5. Creativity and innovation
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Fear affects health-seeking behaviours differently across cultures and disease context. Goal: To investigate the level of fear people have toward the COVID-19 infection and how that is affecting the practice of health-seeking behaviours during this pandemic. The project aims to elicit responses across cultures using an online survey. If you're interested to collaborate in the data collection, please send a message to Jacob (sarfojo@gmail.com)