Biomedical Journal of Indonesia (ISSN: 2407-7097) and (e-ISSN: 2685-0184) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal published by Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Sriwijaya which is publish triannually. This journal is dedicated to publishing original research and review articles focus on basic medical sciences.

Important Announcement: Changes to Biomedical Journal of Indonesia Publication Schedule

2024-03-03

Dear Readers,

We would like to inform you that starting from Volume 10, Issue 1 in 2024, there will be a change in the publication schedule of the Biomedical Journal of Indonesia (BJI). Moving forward, our journal will be published in March, June, and December.

This adjustment aims to streamline our editorial process and ensure the timely dissemination of valuable research in the field of biomedical sciences.

We appreciate your continued support and understanding as we strive to enhance the quality and efficiency of our publication.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Editorial Team

Announcement

2024-03-03

Starting from Volume 6, Issue 1, 2020, the Biomedical Journal of Indonesia has implemented a new article access policy. All articles published from this edition onwards will be accessible to readers immediately upon publication.

We believe that this change will facilitate broader dissemination of scientific knowledge and enhance accessibility to our valuable research findings.

Thank you for your continued support and contributions to the Biomedical Journal of Indonesia.

Best regards,

Editor-in-Chief

Biomedical Journal of Indonesia

Vol. 10 No. 1 (2024): Vol 10, No 1, 2024

Published: 01-03-2024

Articles
Knowledge Level of Dry Skin Care in The Elderly at The Koto Tangah Regional Health Center
Fuji Lestari Kursiussamawati, Irma Primawati, Sriwahyuni Sriwahyuni

9 Page 1-7

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Risk of Vitamin D Deficiency in Medical Students Based on The Characteristics of Food Intake and Sun Exposure
Vienna Dwinda Putri, Syarif Husin, Ardesy Melizah Kurniati, Julius Anzar, Ziske Maritska, Syarinta Adenina

4 Page 13-17

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Blood Transfusion Incidence and Sociodemographics Relationship with Anxiety Levels of Thalassemia Major Parents
Safyudin, Dita Tri Ramadianti, Subandrate, Liniyanti D. Oswari, Eka Handayani Oktharina

3 Page 18-23

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Quality of Life in Pelvic Organ Prolapse Patients with Operative Therapy at RSUP Dr. Mohammad Hoesin
Mutia Adilah Almenata, Hadrians Kesuma Putra, Septi Purnamasari, Ratih Krisna, Abarham Martadiansyah

3 Page 28-34

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