PENYELIDIKAN EPIDEMIOLOGI PENINGKATAN KASUS MALARIA DI DUSUN BENDAWULUH, DESA BEJI, KECAMATAN BANJARMANGU, KABUPATEN BANJARNEGARA EPIDEMIOLOGY INVESTIGATION ON INCREASED OF MALARIA CASES IN BENDAWULUH SUB VILLAGE, BEJI VILLAGE, BANJARMANGU SUB DISTRICT, BANJARNEGARA DISTRICT

Ikawati, Bina and Wijayanti, Tri (2009) PENYELIDIKAN EPIDEMIOLOGI PENINGKATAN KASUS MALARIA DI DUSUN BENDAWULUH, DESA BEJI, KECAMATAN BANJARMANGU, KABUPATEN BANJARNEGARA EPIDEMIOLOGY INVESTIGATION ON INCREASED OF MALARIA CASES IN BENDAWULUH SUB VILLAGE, BEJI VILLAGE, BANJARMANGU SUB DISTRICT, BANJARNEGARA DISTRICT. In: Seminar Nasional Mewujudkan Kemandirian Kesehatan Masyarakat Berbasis Preventif dan Promotif, 13-03-2010, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia.

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Abstract

ABSTRACT Malaria is one of infectious and communicable disease that need high attention specially in endemic area like Banjarnegara District. Annual Paracyte Incidence (API) in Banjarnegara District in the last 5 years significantly decreases. Bevertheless environment condition that have connection with malaria vector caused almost all area in Banjarnegara have possibility for malaria transmission. On April-May 2009 malaria case in Bendawuluh Sub village, Banjarmangu Village increased. The aims of this research were to know how much patient and type of Plasmodium, to know type of mosquito vector suspect and their habitat, to predict malaria transmission place and distribution of malaria cases, to know what was malaria indigenous transmission had been occur in Bendawuluh Sub village. This research was cross sectional by purposive sampling. Epidemiological investigation obtained by parasitology survey, entomology survey, breeding place survey and interview to malaria patient. Result of this research showed malaria transmission was occur in Bendawuluh Sub Village on April-May 2009, there were 39 malaria cases (56% was male and 44% was female) with type of Plasmodium 62% Plasmodium vivax tropozoit dan 38% P. vivax gametosit. Malaria vector suspect were Anopheles maculatus, An. aconitus and An. balabacensis. Breeding places of An. balabacensis on water pool at salak garden and Anopheles sp at water pool around baby’s malaria case home. Malaria transmission can be occurred in and out of the home. Index case predicted caused by outsider from Jambi. The found of baby with malaria showed there was indigenous malaria transmission in Bendawuluh Sub Village. Key words : malaria, Banjarnegara, epidemiology, investigation, Anopheles

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Uncontrolled Keywords:malaria, Banjarnegara, epidemiology, investigation, Anopheles
Subjects:R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine > RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
Divisions:Faculty of Public Health > Department of Public Health
ID Code:19180
Deposited By:admin FKM undip
Deposited On:06 Aug 2010 09:40
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