ANALISIS SPASIOTEMPORAL KASUS DIARE PADA BALITA DI KECAMATAN TEMBALANG PERIODE OKTOBER 2009 – FEBRUARI 2010

Ureani, Diah Widiati (2010) ANALISIS SPASIOTEMPORAL KASUS DIARE PADA BALITA DI KECAMATAN TEMBALANG PERIODE OKTOBER 2009 – FEBRUARI 2010. Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Medicine.

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Abstract

Background: The Health Department report recapitulation of cases of diarrhea in infants in the city of Semarang in 2009 showed that the local government clinic of Kedungmundu, Subdistrict Tembalang with the highest incidence compared to other health center. Until now the spread of diarrhea disease case data obtained in infants is still limited to tabular and graphical analysis. Analysis of the existing distribution of cases still in the form of aggregation at the district and village levels, but not in the form of mapping. Therefore, mapping the distribution of needed surveillance of diarrhea cases among children under five to help guide prevention interventions and ultimately reduce the incidence. Objective: To analyze the spatial and temporal distribution of cases of diarrhea in infants in the subdistrict Tembalang. Method: The study was observasional with cross sectional design using 136 subjects patients under five who live in Subdistrict Tembalang in the period October 2009 until February 2010. Primary data collected is the place where the latitude and longitude using a GPS, as well as a brief question about the source of water, latrines and garbage that is used by the patient's family.Secondary data obtained from the registers of diarrhea in infants, Semarang city health department, BMKG, and data Bappeda. Data - the data is then processed by descriptive with Microsoft Excel 2007 and ArcView GIS 3.3. Results: The highest incidence occurred in January (30.9%) and villages with the highest incidence is Sendangmulyo villages (31.6%). Conclusion: The case of diarrhea in infants tend to cluster in areas with high population density, high rainfall, and along the big road. Therefore, interventions will be prioritized in the area. However, further research is needed to determine the factors that affect these facts. Keywords: diarrhea in infants, spasiotemporal analysis, GIS.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RJ Pediatrics
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:23193
Deposited By:Ms Lutfiatun Heni
Deposited On:16 Oct 2010 09:55
Last Modified:16 Oct 2010 09:55

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