Health Examination Results?
Stakes IV BW PWRTIAL, G4 (OVERJET 4 MM, r n What do you mean by the results of the rikkes?
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Health checks that use the term Stakes are usually carried out when applying for POLRI. The following are some of the explanations that I can provide based on the Regulation of the Head of the National Police of the Republic of Indonesia Number 7 of 2016:
Stakes 1 is a condition where there is no abnormality or disease at all or if there is a disorder that is very mild or insignificant, so that it meets the medical requirements to become a candidate for the National Police.
Stakes 2 is a condition that has a mild degree of disorder or disease that does not interfere with bodily functions, so that it still meets the medical requirements to become a candidate for the National Police.
Stakes 3 is a condition that has a moderate degree of disorder or disease that does not interfere with bodily functions, so that it still meets the medical requirements to become a candidate for the National Police.
Stakes 4 is a condition that has a serious disorder or disease that will interfere with bodily functions, so that it does not meet the medical requirements to be accepted / served as a candidate for the Police.
This health check is carried out from head to toe, which means that Stakes' assessment is not based on just one assessment, but as a whole.
Partial BW refers to partial color blindness. Color blindness is an inherited disease. There are 2 types of color blindness, total and partial or partial color blindness. G4 is defined as a dental examination, both cavities and blackened teeth or a number of 4 teeth. Overjet is the medical term for the maxillary front incisors that are forward 4mm.
It is better if you consult directly with a doctor who is in the police to find out the terms in the health examination they use with certainty.
That's my explanation, hopefully it can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono