Research Topics - Cardiovascular

Guarding Against CVD through Research Based Preventive treatments

Explore ONEASA’s research in diverse populations across Southeast Asia and Asia for enhanced heart health insights.

Top 10 Causes of Death

Cardiovascular disease tops the list of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Indonesia, a global concern under Sustainable Development Goals 2030. Stroke and ischemic heart disease rank highest, with 131.8 and 95.68 cases per 100,000 population, respectively¹.

Cardiovascular’s Impact in Indonesia

Cardiovascular disease impacts over 12 million people in Indonesia, making it the leading catastrophic disease based on 2022 data from the Ministry of Health. This figure includes cases and associated costs in the 2021 National Health Insurance program, totaling 12.9 million cases and IDR 8.6 trillion (USD 554 million)².

Genomic’s Role in Precision Medicine³

Genomics aids doctors in precise treatment decisions and drug dosages, aligning with global initiatives for genomics data in rare diseases, cancer, and inherited conditions. Utilizing advanced technologies like Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) and micro-arrays promotes more optimal, precise, and personalized public health (precision medicine). However, the development and implementation of genomics in Indonesia's health sector, especially for genetically related diseases, remain limited⁴.

Source from Centers for Medicare & MedicAid Services³.

Sources:
World Genomics Initiative (Cambridge He Jl athect Institute, 2023

Source

Top 10 causes of death and disability in Indonesia (WHO, 2019)

Source
Pusat Kebijakan Pembiayaan dan Desentralisasi Kesehatan (Kemenkes RI, 2022)

Living a Longer, Healthier life

In the pursuit of longevity, numerous chronic diseases, often associated with the aging process, can be mitigated or even prevented. Scientific and clinical evidence supports that genetics plays a pivotal role in influencing the risks associated with many chronic diseases.


Join us as we delve into the intricacies of preventive treatment, paving the way for longevity and an extended health span. Explore with ONEASA as we strive to unlock the secrets to a longer and healthier life.

Acute Coronary Syndrome in Young Population

Assessment of the potential of identified genetic biomarkers for early detection and prevention of CAD in the young population.

Genetic Contribution to Hypertension in the Indonesian Population

Finding genetic-based analysis of identifying blood pressure predictors in patients after hypertension diagnosis.

Genetic Risk Stratification: A Paradigm Shift in the Prevention of Coronary Artery Disease

Describing the correlation between patient with high risk of atherosclerosis with patient who already diagnosed with coronary artery disease and healthy subject as a control.

Comprehensive Genomic Analysis for Identifying Biomarkers and Preventing Hypertension and Hypertensive Heart Disease

Understanding the genomics underpinning of hypertension and hypertensive heart disease.

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Research Team

dr. Yandi Ariffudin, Sp.JP(K) FIHA FAsCC

Principal Investigator

Cardiologist at Mitra Plumbon Hospital Cirebon and Permata Hospital Cirebon.

dr. Arief Wibowo, Sp.JP, Ph.D, FIHA

Lead Researcher

Cardiologist in hospital (Hasna Medika Kuningan) focused on heart failure, prevention, and precision medicine.

dr. Faisal Habib, Sp.JP(K), FIHA

Principal Investigator

Cardiologist at Mitra Premier Hospital Medan and GrandMed Hospital Medan. Completed specialization in Cardiology at the University of Indonesia.

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Research Topics - Cardiovascular

Guarding Against CVD through Research Based Preventive treatments

Explore ONEASA’s research in diverse populations across
Southeast Asia and Asia for enhanced heart health insights.

Cardiovascular disease tops the list of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Indonesia, a global concern under Sustainable Development Goals 2030. Stroke and ischemic heart disease rank highest, with 131.8 and 95.68 cases per 100,000 population, respectively¹.

Cardiovascular disease impacts over 12 million people in Indonesia, making it the leading catastrophic disease based on 2022 data from the Ministry of Health. This figure includes cases and associated costs in the 2021 National Health Insurance program, totaling 12.9 million cases and IDR 8.6 trillion (USD 554 million)².

Cardiovascular’s Impact in Indonesia

Sources:
Pusat Kebijakan Pembiayaan dan Desentralisasi Kesehatan (Kemenkes RI, 2022)

Genomics aids doctors in precise treatment decisions and drug dosages, aligning with global initiatives for genomics data in rare diseases, cancer, and inherited conditions. Utilizing advanced technologies like Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) and micro-arrays promotes more optimal, precise, and personalized public health (precision medicine). However, the development and implementation of genomics in Indonesia's health sector, especially for genetically related diseases, remain limited⁴.

Sources:
World Genomics Initiative (Cambridge He Jl athect Institute, 2023

Genomic’s Role in Precision Medicine 3

Source from Centers for Medicare & MedicAid Services³.

Switzerland

Swiss Personalized Health

Network 2017 - 2020

Qatar

Qatar Genome 2015

Turkey

Turkish Genome

Project 2017 - 2023

Indonesia

Genetic Platform That Focus on Holistic Approach on Medical Genetics 2016

Brazilian

Brazil Initiative on

Precision Medicine 2015

France

Genomic Medicine

Plan 2016 - 2025

United States

National Human Genome

Research Institute 2007 -

All of US 2016 - 2025

China

Precision Medicine

Initiative

Denmark

Genome Denmark 2012 -

FarGen 2011 - 2017

Estonia

Estonia Genome

Project 2000

Finland

National Genome

Strategy 2015 - 2020

Japan

Japan Genomic

Medicine Program 2015

Netherlands

RADICON - NL 2016 - 2025

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Human Genome

Project 2015

United Kingdom

Genomics England 2012

Scottish Genomics

Welsh Genomics for

Precision Medicine

Northern Ireland Genomic

Medicine Centre

Australia

Australian Genomics

2016 - 2021

Top 10 Causes of Death

Sources:
Top 10 causes of death and disability in Indonesia (WHO, 2019)

Cardiovascular’s Impact in Indonesia

Cardiovascular disease impacts over 12 million people in Indonesia, making it the leading catastrophic disease based on 2022 data from the Ministry of Health. This figure includes cases and associated costs in the 2021 National Health Insurance program, totaling 12.9 million cases and IDR 8.6 trillion (USD 554 million)².

Sources:
Pusat Kebijakan Pembiayaan dan Desentralisasi Kesehatan (Kemenkes RI, 2022)

Sources:
Top 10 causes of death and disability in Indonesia (WHO, 2019)

Living a Longer, Healthier life

In the pursuit of longevity, numerous chronic diseases, often associated with the aging process, can be mitigated or even prevented. Scientific and clinical evidence supports that genetics plays a pivotal role in influencing the risks associated with many chronic diseases.


Join us as we delve into the intricacies of preventive treatment, paving the way for longevity and an extended health span. Explore with ONEASA as we strive to unlock the secrets to a longer and healthier life.

Acute Coronary Syndrome in Young Population

Assessment of the potential of identified genetic biomarkers for early detection and prevention of CAD in the young population.

Genetic Contribution to Hypertension in the Indonesian Population

Finding genetic-based analysis of identifying blood pressure predictors in patients after hypertension diagnosis.

Finding genetic-based analysis of identifying blood pressure predictors in patients after hypertension diagnosis.

Genetic Risk Stratification: A Paradigm Shift in the Prevention of Coronary Artery Disease

Describing the correlation between patient with high risk of atherosclerosis with patient who already diagnosed with coronary artery disease and healthy subject as a control.

Comprehensive Genomic Analysis for Identifying Biomarkers and Preventing Hypertension and Hypertensive Heart Disease

Understanding the genomics underpinning of hypertension and hypertensive heart disease.

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Sources:
Top 10 causes of death and disability in Indonesia (WHO, 2019)