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Penelitian Epidemiologi Malaria Di Daerah Kejadian Luar Biasa Di Tapanuli Selatan, Sumatera Utara Tahap II
M. Sudomo
Media of Health Research and Development , 2012,
Abstract: masih merupakan salah satu masalah kesehatan masyarakat yang utama di Indonesia. Penyeba-rannya meliputi seluruh wilayah Indonesia terutama di luar Jawa dan Bali. Di Sumatera Utara terdapat berbagai daerah yang secara historis merupakan daerah endemis malaria misalnya di Asahan, Sibolga dan Tapanuli Selatan. Tapanuli Selatan merupakan daerah rawan malaria dan menduduki tempat ketiga setelah Irian Jaya dan Kalimantan.
PENINGKATAN PERAN SERTA MASYARARAT DALAM PENGOBATAN FILARIASIS LIMFATIK DI KECAMATAN TIRTO KABUPATEN PEKALONGAN
Tri Ramadhani,M. Sudomo
Media of Health Research and Development , 2012,
Abstract: The aims of the study were to examine the characteristics of the respondents, knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) of the community on the transmission, control and prevention of lymphatic filariasis. The study was designed as quasi experimental study with control. Data collections were conducted through interviews by using questionnaires, focus group discussion and observation. A total of 200 respondents were interviewed. One hundred respondents were use as the target of intervention while the other 100 respondents were control. The intervention model was face to face health education with oral communication every month, in three months and distribution of pocket books on filariasis. The results of the study showed that knowledge, attitude and practice of the respondents on the lympahtic filariasis were relatively high. The health education activities which were conducted by face to face oral communication was shown could improve the knowledge, attitude and practice among the respondents. The improvements of the KAP among the respondents in the intervention area was higher (1,0% - 16%) as compared to that in the control area (0,6% - 4,0%) after intervention, especially on the knowledge on lymphatic filariasis life cycle. The coverage of filariasis treatment in intervention area was higher (9,9 %) as compared to the control area (4 %). Keyword: The role of the community,lymphatic filariasis
HASIL PENANGKAPAN NYAMUK DI LOKASI TRANSMIGRASI KUMPEH, DESA PUDING DAN SUNGAIBUNGUR, PROVINSI JAMBI
Suwarto Suwarto,M. Sudomo
Bulletin of Health Research , 2012,
Abstract: A study on the transmission o fbrugian filariasis has been done in the transmigration area of Kumpeh, in the Province of Jambi. During this study an intensive collection of mosquitoes was done in the transmi-gration areas as well as two nearby villages. Two methods of collections were used, i.e. landing collection and by CDC light traps. From this study 7 genera consist of 34 species of mosquitoes were cought. Among these mosquitoes there were 5 species of Mansonia known as. the vector of brugian filariasis in these area.
PEOPLE'S ATTITUDE TOWARD FILARIASIS AND DEC TREATMENT IN KUMPEH AREA, JAMBI, SUMATERA
Kasnodihardjo Kasnodihardjo,M. Sudomo
Bulletin of Health Research , 2012,
Abstract: Pada bulan September 1985 telah dilakukan penelitian mengenai sikap penduduk daerah Kumpeh terhadap penyakit filariasis dan cara pemberantasannya dengan pengobatan DEC. Sampel sebanyak 192 (10%) dari penduduk yang berumur 13 tahun ke atas telah diambil dari Tiga desa di daerah Kum-peh. yaitu Pulomentaro. Pematangraman dan Bangso. Pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan memperguna-kan Kuesioner, pengamatan serta wawancara mendalam. Hasilnya menunjukkan bahwa sikap penduduk terhadap pengobatan filariasis adalah positif, yaitu kebanyakan responden berpendapat bahwa pe-ngobatan ini baik untuk kesehatan mereka terutama dalam penanggulangan filariasis. Di samping itu pada umumnya pengobatan masaldapat diterima oleh penduduk dan lebih dari 50% memakan obat yang disediakan oleh program.
A REVIEW OF SCHISTOSOMIASIS IN INDONESIA WITH REFERENCE TO SCHISTOSOMA JAPONICUM
Lim Boo Liat,M. Sudomo
Bulletin of Health Research , 2012,
Abstract: Tinjauan tentang Schistosoma di Indonesia ini mencakup Schistosoma japonicum, S. incognitum, S. spindale dan Trichohilharzia brevis. Tinjauan dibuat atas dasar laporan-laporan penelitian yang telah diterbitkan. Di dalamnya dapat dijumpai uraian singkat tentang S. spinale dan T. brevis. Dari banyak publikasi tentang S. japonicum dan S. incoganitum dapat disajikan uraian tentang peranan kedua parasit tersebut sebagai penyebab penyakit baik manusia maupun hewan.
PEMBERANTASAN SCHISTOSOMIASIS DI INDONESIA
M. Sudomo,M.D. Sasono Pretty
Bulletin of Health Research , 2012,
Abstract: PEMBERANTASAN SCHISTOSOMIASIS DI INDONESIA
PREVALENSI MALARIA DI DESA SIHEPENG DAN AEK BADAK JAE, KABUPATEN TAPANULI SELATAN, SUMATERA UTARA
M. Sudomo,N. Sushanti Idris,Soejitno Soejitno
Media of Health Research and Development , 2012,
Abstract: Hasil survei malariometrik menunjukkan bahwa di desa Sihepeng dan Aek Badak Jae masih merupakan daerah endemik malaria walaupun prevalensinya sudah rendah. Hal ini terjadi karena adanya pengobatan yang dilakukan setelah adanya kejadian luar biasa beberapa waktu sebelumnya. Kalau diperhatikan bahwa prevalensi malaria di suatu daerah sering sekali berfluktuasi, tentulah ada faktor-faktor penyebabnya. Di Tapanuli Selatan yang dahulu disebut Mandailing malaria juga sudah ada sejak jaman dahulu. Lewat penanganan terpadu, yaitu tidak hanya dilakukan pengobatan terhadap penderita, tetapi juga dengan penanganan lingkungan (pembersiban dan pengeringan kolam, pemeliharaan ikan tawes) maka malaria dapat dipertahankan tetap rendah. Namun, dengan menurunnya pengawasan, peraturan yang dilanggar sehingga kolam ikan akan menjadi tempat perindukan vektor malaria lagi; sebagai akibatnya prevalensi malaria akan naik. Walaupun pengobatan selalu dilakukan atau penduduk telah mengetahui bagaimana mengobati malaria tetapi hal tersebut tidak dapat mengatasi masalah malaria secara keseluruhan. Perlu adanya kesadaran penduduk untuk menghindari gigitan nyamuk sehingga mereka tidak tertular.
20 YEARS OF PROGRESS IN SCHISTOSOMIASIS RESEARCH
M. Sudomo,W. Patrick Carney,Liliana Kurniawan
Bulletin of Health Research , 2012,
Abstract: Preliminary studies of schistosomiasis in Indonesia were made in the late 1930's and the early 1940's. The first human case of S. japonicum was discovered by Muller and Tesch from the Lindu valley of Central Sulawesi (Celebes). Early epidemiological studies prior to World War II demonstrated that, in addition to man, wild deer and domestic dogs served as reservoir hosts, "and subsequent microscopic examination of adult worms from these mammals confirmed them to be S. japonicum. Although extensive snail surveys were conducted at that time, the molluscan host was not found. The schistosomiasis problem in Lindu Valley virtually remained dormant until the 1970's. In the 1970's there was a resurgence of interest in the epidemiology of schistosomiasis in Indonesia. A new schistosomiasis area in the Napu valley was discovered. During this period, the intermediate host, Oncomelania hupensis was found in the Lake Lindu valley. This confirmed that the uisease situation in Indonesia was, in fact, a form of classical oriental schistosomiasis similar in its biology and transmission to that found in the Philippines, Japan, and China. The molluscan host of S. japonicum in the Lake Lindu Valley was subsequently described as a new species, O. h. iindoensis, and is most similar to O. h. quadrasi, the vector host in the Philippines. The disease occurs now only in two very isolated areas, the Lake Lindu valley and Napu valley in Central Sulawesi.
STUDIES OF FILARIASIS IN KEBAN AGUNG AND GUNUNG AGUNG VILLAGES IN SOUTH BENGKULU, SUMATERA, INDONESIA I: The mosquito fauna with reference to seasonal studies of two Anopheles and Culex tritaeniorhynchus
Sudomo M.,Suwarto Suwarto,Lim Boo Liat
Bulletin of Health Research , 2012,
Abstract: A large number of reports on mosquitoes of Sumatera and neighbouring islands reveal that 198 species have thus far been discovered (Brug & Haga, 1923; Brug, 1931; Brug & Edwards, 1931; Swellengrebel & Rodenwaldt, 1932; Brug, Bonne-Wepster, 1947; Bonne-Wepster & Swellengrebel, 1953; Bonne-Wepster, 1954; Waktoedi, 1954; Reid, 1968; Lien et al., 1975). All these report were based on short-term surveys, and most were from South Sumatera. Longitudinal studies of mosquito vectors of malayan filariasis during this study for a 24-month period in two villages were carried out. All mosquito species were collec-ted, identified and recorded. The present paper presents the mosquito fauna in the study areas, and discusses (1) the seasonal variations of Culex tritaeniorhynchus, Anopheles peditaenia-tus, and An. nigerrimus, and (2) the parous rate of two Anopheles species.
STUDIES OF FILARIASIS IN KEBAN AGUNG AND GUNUNG AGUNG VILLAGES IN SOUTH BENGKULU, SUMATERA, INDONESIA : II Field identification of Mansonia Bonneae and Mansonia Dives
Suwarto Suwarto,M. Sudomo,Lim Boo Liat
Bulletin of Health Research , 2012,
Abstract: Nyamuk Mansonia bonneae/dives adalah vektor potensial untuk penyakit filariasis malayi. Dua species ini mempunyai bentuk morfologi yang mirip sekali hanya dibedakan dengan ada tidaknya sisik-sisik di antara rambut-rambut di atas pangkal sayap (supra-alar scale) dan bentuk gigi sisir (comb teeth) pada tergit segmen abdomen ke-8. Sisik-sisik di atas pangkal sayap tersebut mudah sekali lepas sehingga sulit untuk membedakan Ma. dives dan Ma. bonneae. Penelitian untuk membedakan dua species ini secara morfologi telah dikerjakan yang kemudian hasilnya dicocokkan dengan bentuk gigi sisir untuk masing-masing species. Hasil pengamatan secara morfologi ternyata, setelah dicocokkan dengan gigi sisir dari masing-masing specimen, Ma. dives mempunyai kesalahan identifikasi sebesar 6% sedang Ma bonneae 11,3%.
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