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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 11, November 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Biomarker Of Kidney Function In Electroplating Workers Exposed To Chromium

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AUTHOR(S)

Katharina Oginawati, Septian Hadi Susetyo, Intan Pratiwi

 

KEYWORDS

Biomarker, Urinary Chromium, Urinary albumin, Chromium Exposure, Electroplating industry

 

ABSTRACT

Chromium (Cr) is one of the substances used in the electroplating industry. Continuous exposure to chromium in a long time has the potential to cause renal function impairment. This study aimed to analyze the exposure of inhaled Cr from the electroplating process. This research used the cross-sectional method with The number of respondents of the electroplating workers was 40 people who conducted in three industry electroplating in Indonesia. Each respondent consists of 20 workers from automatic processing in Compony X and 20 workers from manual processing in industry Y (15 respondents) and Z (5 respondents). The Chromium exposure to the worker was measured by a personal sampler pump, which was equipped with a PVC filter, and it was placed on the collar of the worker shirt as a breathing zone. The analysis of Urinary Chromium (UCr) and urinary albumin (UAlb) were carried out using a glass bottle sample of 50 ml. UCr was analyzed using analyzed with Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (AAS), and UAlb was analyzed using the Immunoturbidimetry method. This study showed 40 samples had concentration values were 0.0031 mg/m3 in the automatic workers and 0.0034 mg/m3 in manual workers. The mean values of UCr were 168.93 µg/g creatinine in the automatic workers and 203.99 µg/g creatinine in the manual workers. While the mean values of UAlb were 7.032 µg/mg creatinine for the automatic workers and 9.52 µg /mg creatinine for the manual workers. Based on the statistic analysis, there were no significant differences between automatic workers and manual workers.

 

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