JIMKI: Jurnal Ilmiah Mahasiswa Kedokteran Indonesia (ISSN: 2302-6391)  is a national level, free access, health journal publication platform under the auspices of the Scientific Analysis and Development Agency of the Indonesian Medical Student Senate Association (BAPIN-ISMKI). JIMKI accepts publications of scientific papers and research results conducted by undergraduate, master and doctoral medical students. Every year, JIMKI publishes 2-3 editions. Currently, JIMKI accepts manuscripts in the form of literature reviews, case reports, refresher articles on medical science, practical instructions, and advertorials. Every work submitted to JIMKI will be edited by a major partner and will go through the editorial process in force.


Research in the field of medicine basically aims to collect, analyze, and synthesize information or data that is used in medical-clinical, medical-social planning, or for the development of medical science itself. Clinical research is carried out to determine natural clinical phenomena, explain the relationship between various events, solve clinical problems, and show a certain effect. Therefore, JIMKI is here as a solution to the urgency of publishing research results in medical clusters, especially for medical students who have a duty as long-life learner

Vol 9 No 3 (2022): JIMKI: Jurnal Ilmiah Mahasiswa Kedokteran Indonesia Volume 9.3 Edisi Desember 2021-April 2022

Published: 2022-04-05

KOMBUCHA: THE UTILIZATION OF GUT-BRAIN AXIS MECHANISM IN THE PREVENTION OF DEPRESSION

Putu Diah Ananda Putri Atmaja, Abiyyu Didar Haq, Visakha Vidyadevi Wiguna

24-33

PROBIOTIC POTENCY AS INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES REGULATOR IN IMPROVING COVID-19 PATIENT'S CLINICAL OUTCOME

WILLIAM SUCIANGTO, Ahmad Taufik Fadillah Zainal, Nada Indira Ramadhani Nasrum

72-82

HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELL DERIVATIVE SUBRETINAL PIGMENT EPITHELIAL TRANSPLANTATION AS A TREATMENT FOR DRY-TYPE MACULAR

Muhammad Thifan Satyagraha, Andhwika Afif Fahrezi, Rafi Annisa Ulum, Gibran Chandra Syarif Hidayatullah

83-91

TOCILIZUMAB AS MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY THERAPY IN OVERCOMING ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME IN COVID-19 PATIENTS

Muhammad Thifan Satyagraha, Graceanne Sheridan, Vito Etenio Ade Laryan, Gibran Chandra Syarif Hidayatullah

92-101

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