ANALYSIS OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE IMPLMENTATION OF MICROSCOPIES PHLEGM EXAMINATION THROUGH LUNG TUBERCULOSIS VICTIMS WITH DOTS STRATEGY IN THE PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE OF BLORA REGENCY ON THE YEAR OF 1999/2000

HERNANTO , LILIK (2001) ANALYSIS OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE IMPLMENTATION OF MICROSCOPIES PHLEGM EXAMINATION THROUGH LUNG TUBERCULOSIS VICTIMS WITH DOTS STRATEGY IN THE PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE OF BLORA REGENCY ON THE YEAR OF 1999/2000. Masters thesis, MIKM UNDIP.

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Microscopies phlegm examination is one of the important part ini DOTS (Directly Observed Treatment Short Course) Strategy on the prevention program of lung tuberculosis diseases to maintain the diagnosis or the treatment evaluation. Meanwhile, the implementation of phlegm examination of the SPS (Sewaktu Pagi Sewaktu = Spot Morning Spot) lung tuberculosis victims in Blora regency had not been well-implemented yet, from 350 victims only 38,29 % had been implemented, and the rest 61,71 % had not been well-implemented yet. The purpose of this research knows the factors that can influence the implementation of microscopies phlegm examination lung tuberculosis victims in the primary health centre. In 1999/2000, the Blora regency used the design of case control study. This research had been implemented in 26 primary health centre in Blora regency. The time of the research was from May until July, 2001. The result of bivariant test shows, there are 13 variables that effect the implementation of phlegm examination through lung tuberculosis victims in the primary health centre. But, the result of multivariant test shows, only 3 variables which are influential, they are: factor of difficult in carried out phlegm with Exp (B) = 26,8466, factor of microscope condition in the clinic with Exp (B) = 0,1406, and also factors of educational degree of medical clinic in the primary health centre with Exp (B) 0,1406. Sumber Utama : www.mikm.undip.ac.id

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:A General Works > AS Academies and learned societies (General)
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Public Health
ID Code:2695
Deposited By:Mr. Mikm Undip
Deposited On:15 Dec 2009 15:00
Last Modified:15 Dec 2009 15:00

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