Analisis Potensi Cemaran Sisa Penggunaan Antibiotik di Perairan Umum (Studi Kasus : Badan Sungai Musi Kota Palembang)

Kurniawan, Ian and Mariadi, Pra Dian (2019) Analisis Potensi Cemaran Sisa Penggunaan Antibiotik di Perairan Umum (Studi Kasus : Badan Sungai Musi Kota Palembang). Jurnal Sainmatika, 16 (2). pp. 110-121. ISSN 1829 586X

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The Antibiotics is the basic needs of human health serves to inhibit or kill the growth of microorganisms. Sources of activities had potential to produce antibiotic in water bodies include through a variety of activities in agriculture, animal, pharmacueticals and personal care products and industry. The river is the final disposal for all the activities, water from Musi River becomes the primary material used various aspects of life. This study aims to determine the distribution pattern of antibiotics and content in the Musi River, Palembang. The study was conducted of March until October 2019, using analytic observational research by cross sectional measurements. Sampling points at three locations, location 1 (Ampera Bridge), location 2 (Kertapati Bridge) and location 3 (Musi 2 Bridge). Stages of Laboratory Analysis were carried out to determine the type of antibiotics contained in water samples using Agilent 6540 Liquid Chromatography / Quadrupole Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry (LC / Q-TOF / MS). LC / Q-TOF / MS produces good sensitivity and selectivity values and has the ability to screen untargetted drugs. Two types of antibiotics are identified, namely Ciprofloxacin and Netilmicin in all three water samples and quantitative analysis is needed to obtain the concentration.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Water crisis, Musi River, Antibiotik
Subjects: Q Science > QD Chemistry
T Technology > TP Chemical technology
Divisions: Journal Publications > Medical Laboratory Technology Diploma Study Program
Depositing User: Ian Kurniawan
Date Deposited: 17 Dec 2019 03:16
Last Modified: 17 Dec 2019 03:16

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