HUBUNGAN ANTARA PRAKTIK KEBERSIHAN DIRI DAN ANGKA KEJADIAN SKABIES DI PESANTREN KYAI GADING KABUPATEN DEMAK

Afraniza, Yuzzi and Subchan, Prasetyowati and Nurhayati, Diana (2011) HUBUNGAN ANTARA PRAKTIK KEBERSIHAN DIRI DAN ANGKA KEJADIAN SKABIES DI PESANTREN KYAI GADING KABUPATEN DEMAK. Undergraduate thesis, Faculty Medicine.

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Background: Scabies also known as “gudig” is a common parasitic infection caused by the mite Sarcoptes scabiei variety hominis. Aproximately 300 million people wordwide are infected by the mites every year. Once the mites are present on a person, they can spread rapidly to other person. Because of that, scabies infections are commonly found in crowded living conditions, such as boarding school. Poor hygiene is also one of the factors which can increase the incidence of scabies infection. Objective: To evaluate the correlation between personal hygiene practice and the incidence of scabies in traditional islamic boarding school kyai gading kabupaten Demak. Method: This was an observational study with cross sectional design. The subjects of this study were 66 students in the traditional islamic boarding school Kyai Gading who fulfilled the inclusion and exclusion criterias.Data were collected by using questionnaire and analyzed by using Chi-square test. Result: A total of 49 students (74,2%) had poor personal hygiene practice while 17 others (25,8%) had good personal hygiene practice. From 66 subjects the result of this study showed that 30 students (45.5%) suffered from scabies. The probability (p) value for Chi-square test was 0,000 Prevalence Ratio 10,1; which means student with poor personal hygien had a risk of suffering from scabies infections 10,1 times higher than normal student. Conclusion: there is significant correlation between personal hygiene practice and incidence of scabies in traditional islamic school Kyai Gading. Keyword: Scabies, poor hygiene, personal hygiene practice, boarding school

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RL Dermatology
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:37475
Deposited By:Ms Lutfiatun Heni
Deposited On:04 Dec 2012 08:52
Last Modified:04 Dec 2012 08:52

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