JURNAL ENZIM AMILASE SALIVA PDF

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Amylase is a enzyme that catalyze the hydrolysis of glycosidic linkages in starch to produce low molecular weight products such as glucose, maltose, and dextrin. Conventionally, hydrolysis of starch requires three-step processes namely gelatinization, liquefaction, and saccharification. This process is energy-intensive thus increasing the production cost of starch-based products.

Author:Gakinos Vikree
Country:Saudi Arabia
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Finance
Published (Last):2 November 2009
Pages:357
PDF File Size:10.90 Mb
ePub File Size:6.20 Mb
ISBN:749-9-89294-841-7
Downloads:72764
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Samull



Abstract Background. Although endoscopic submucosal dissection ESD for patients with gastric tumors under the conditions of unconsciousness is considered to be minimally invasive, no objective assessment of the perioperative stress of ESD has yet been conducted.

Today, stress levels can be easily and objectively assessed by monitoring salivary amylase activity sAMY.

We evaluated the perioperative changes in the sAMY in patients undergoing ESD and identified the causes of such changes. Also, all patients were interviewed to determine their subjective stress level, using a questionnaire asking How did you feel during ESD? In response to the stress level questionnaire, all of the patients in the GA group and a majority of the patients in the DS group responded, did not wake up at all. Meanwhile, in the DS group, some patients showed high levels of sAMY which went down following the administration of an analgesic agent, thus suggesting that pain caused an elevation in the level of the stress and thereby induced an increase in sAMY.

The measurement of sAMY is therefore considered to be useful for the assessment of analgesic status under DS. Introduction and background Endoscopic submucosal dissection ESD is widely used to treat mucosal gastric cancers, because an en-bloc resection of the lesions by ESD provides a detailed pathological assessment and a possible radical cure [1, 2].

However, technical problems and expansion of the eligibility criteria for ESD can also cause complications and can prolong surgical time [1, 3, 4].

Therefore, in order to perform ESD safely and satisfactorily, patients should be maintained under an appropriate anesthesia regimen or sedation during the entire period of the ESD. Deep sedation DS is defined as a drug-induced depression of consciousness during which patients cannot be easily aroused [5]. On the other hand, general anesthesia GA is defined as a drug-induced loss of consciousness during which patients are not arousable, even by painful stimulation [5]. While endoscopic treatments performed in apparently unconscious patients under DS were assumed to have little invasive impact, DS sometimes appears to be insufficient in patients undergoing ESD for an extended time [1, 3, 4].

However, no objective assessment of the perioperative stress for patients during ESD has so far been conducted. Recent studies have demonstrated the efficacy of assessing psychological stress objectively by monitoring salivary amylase activity sAMY [6, 7], and an instrument using this method to assess stress with rapidity and low invasiveness has been marketed for practical use [8, 9].

Against this background, the objectives of this study were to investigate the differences in sAMY between DS and GA during ESD, to determine the efficacy of sAMY as a potential index of a patients stress level during therapeutic endoscopy, and also to elucidate the causes of such stress.

Time points of salivary amylase activity sAMY measurements arrows. Pre-op, Preoperative; post-op, postoperative; ESD, endoscopic submucosal dissection. Twenty patients were diagnosed by the attending endoscopists as having tumors 30 lesions that might need a long time for en-bloc resection; therefore, they underwent ESD under GA, using propofol 0.

Neither anticholinergic nor vasopressor agents were used. All patients were interviewed prior to discharge to determine their subjective stress level, using a questionnaire in regard to the question: How did you feel during ESD? The institutional review board approved the study protocol, and written informed consent was obtained from all patients. Continuous data are presented as means SD. The difference in sex proportions was evaluated using Fishers exact test.

The differences in age, body weight, longer axis of the dissected lesion, operation time, and perioperative changes in sAMY measurements between the groups were compared using the Mann-Whitney U-test. All calculations were done with SPSS P values of less than 0. Results Although the operation time was significantly longer in the GA group than in the DS group, no significant difference between the groups was found among the other patient characteristic factors Table 1.

Changes in the sAMY values in each group are shown in Fig. However, it did not continue to increase as time proceeded. Meanwhile, the sAMY value in the GA group decreased to a lower level just after the beginning of the operation and remained consistently low without any fluctuations thereafter.

No significant differences between the two groups were observed regarding the preoperative findings, postoperative findings, and the findings just before discharge. Uesato et al. Characteristics of the patients in the groups undergoing DS or GA.

The operation time for the general anesthesia GA group was significantly longer than that for the deep sedation DS group The data are presented as means SD. Changes in the actual sAMY measurements in each group. Greater changes in sAMY were observed in the deep sedation DS group and only slight changes were seen in the general anesthesia GA group.

Data are presented as means bars, SD. The results of the questionnaire are shown in Fig. All of the patients in the GA group responded, did not wake up at all. Results of the questionnaire. All of the patients in the GA group and a majority in the DS group did not subjectively experience any stress. The bispectral index in the DS group Little fluc-. In contrast, body motion was observed at 30 min after the beginning of ESD, and midazolam was administered, but it failed to control the body motion, and a simultaneous increase occurred in sAMY.

However, the administration of pentazocine was observed to successfully control the sAMY as well as the body motion. Similar results were observed in some other patients in the DS group. The questionnaire results of each patient in the DS group are plotted.

The horizontal axis shows the operation time, and the longitudinal axis shows the peak relative sAMY values, which are the percentage variations of the actual sAMY measurements in comparison to that before discharge. There was no correlation between the questionnaire results, the operation time, and the peak relative value of sAMY. The time points of bolus injection of midazolam 2 mg and pentazocine 7.

However, the results of the present study clearly demonstrate, based on changes in the sAMY, that patients undergoing ESDs with DS do suffer from some stress in comparison to those patients who are treated under GA.

To our knowledge, this is the first application of sAMY monitoring to objectively assess the stress experienced by patients during an ESD. The production of salivary amylase is controlled by epinephrine secreted from the adrenal medulla, caused by enhanced activity of the sympathetic nervous-adrenomedullary system [10, 11]. The sAMY has recently been shown to be a marker of sympathetic system activity [6, 7, 10, ]. When sudden and stressful stimuli are applied to the human body, the sympathetic fibers trigger the salivary gland, which secretes amylase before the gland responds to norepinephrine from the adrenal medulla; this is thought to be a faster response than the response to norepinephrine, and it usually occurs within minutes [15].

Cortisol is also suitable as a similar stress marker [16]. However, because the cortisol response is hormonally mediated, its reaction tends to be sluggish.

Taking these characteristics into consideration, sAMY is therefore considered to be a real-time stress marker. Recently, a portable clinical instrument has been developed and marketed as a noninvasive, easy-to-use, and speedy sAMY measuring system [8]. Chromogranin A has also been used to assess the psychological stress caused during endoscopy [17].

However, this method uses an enzyme immunoassay and requires more time than the measurement of sAMY. Because measuring sAMY takes only 1 min after saliva sampling, it is very practical for assessing patients stress level during endoscopy.

According to the results of the GA group in the present study; namely, that sAMY was maintained at a more strongly decreased level during the procedure than that at rest, the sympathetic tone was therefore completely controlled from start to finish. The present results confirm this from the viewpoint of stress assessed by sAMY.

In spite of the administration of additional sedative agents, such as midazolam, appropriately, sAMY remained high and unstable. Therefore, these. The BIS Monitor is a device for estimating anesthetic depth from brain waves. A bispectral index of close to indicates higher consciousness, and greater anesthetic depth is indicated when the index gets closer to 0 [18, 19].

Naturally, regarding the anesthetic depth expressed by the bispectral index, a difference was observed between the two groups in the present study. However, according to the questionnaire results, the majority of the patients in the DS group, including the patient whose details are shown in Fig.

Therefore, it is possible that the sAMY may not assess the level of consciousness, but instead that it monitors some other factor.

Furthermore, the observation that pentazocine, but not midazolam, effectively reduced the high sAMY level as well as the body motion indicates that the stress shown by sAMY in a patient under DS is physiological stress; namely, excitation of the sympathetic nervous system caused by pain stimuli, rather than psychological stress. The sAMY has previously been reported to be useful for assessing pain in patients suffering from chronic low back or leg pain [20].

However, that report showed the sAMY to be related to the self-assessment of pain in a patient who was aware. Therefore, the present report is considered to be the first objective assessment of the analgesic level in patients who are unconscious. The guidelines for the Sedation and monitoring of patients undergoing gastrointestinal endoscopic procedures [21] announced in by the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy clearly state that It is the responsibility of every practitioner engaged in the performance of endoscopic procedures to maximize the benefit and safety to the patient.

The advantage of these guidelines is that, besides offering definitions of the diagnosis and treatment, the guidelines suggest that patients can have painless and comfortable endoscopy. Until now, the degree of analgesia in patients undergoing ESD has not been fully understood. However, our discovery that the analgesic level can be easily monitored using sAMY may therefore positively contribute to the performance of safe and secure ESDs under DS. In particular, sAMY is useful for decisions on the appropriate timing of administering analgesic agents.

References 1. Gotoda T. Endoscopic resection of early gastric cancer. Gastric Cancer ; High en bloc resection rate achieved by endoscopic mucosal resection with IT knife for early gastric cancer. Hepatogastroenterology ; Naruse M, Inatsuchi S. Risk management in endoscopic submucosal dissection in upper gastrointestinal endoscopy: risk management for sedation in endoscopic submucosal dissection.

Dig Endosc ;S2S4. The learning curve for EMR with circumferential mucosal incision in treating intramucosal gastric neoplasm. Gastrointest Endosc ; Practice guidelines for sedation and analgesia by nonanesthesiologists. Anesthesiology ; Effect of psychological stress on the salivary cortisol and amylase levels in healthy young adults.

Arch Oral Biol ; The relationship between salivary biomarkers and state-trait anxiety inventory score under mental arithmetic stress: a pilot study.

Anesth Analg ;

GA1 THE MURKY DEEP PDF

We apologize for the inconvenience...

Reference Management Application. View My Stats. View Detail Stats. Purification and partial characterization of thermostable serine alkaline protease from a newly isolated Bacillus sub-tilis PE

LUDOVICO EINAUDI DIVENIRE SPARTITO PDF

Jurnal Biokim Enzim Alpha Amilase

Kontrasepsi hormonal sangat populer di Indonesia untuk mencegah kehamilan. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui kadar SAA wanita pemakai kontrasepsi pil dan suntik. Subjek penelitian sebanyak 30 perempuan usia tahun. Subjek dibagi menjadi 3 kelompok pemakai kontrasepsi pil, suntik, dan kontrol , masing-masing 10 perempuan.

AR 210-22 PDF

Jurnal enzim amilase

Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology , Vol. Received 23 June , Accepted 23 August During the past decade, many salivary parameters have been used to characterize disease states. Ghrelin GAH is recently-discovered peptide hormone secreted mainly from the stomach but also produced in a number of other tissues including salivary glands.

Related Articles