FACTORS AFFECTING THE OCCURRENCE DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER (DHF) IN DISTRICT TAMALANREA OF MAKASSAR

MEDICAL EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM
MEDICAL FACULTY
UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH MAKASSAR
Thesis , February 2014
Ahmad Abd . Hadiy Az – zakiy (10542 0161 10 )
Joko Hendarto
” FACTORS AFFECTING THE OCCURRENCE DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER
(DHF) IN DISTRICT TAMALANREA OF MAKASSAR ”
( xi + 69 pages + 11 Tables + 5 pictures + 40 Appendixs )
ABSTRACT
BACKGROUND : Data incidence of dengue in Indonesia tends to go up and down . In 2007 the
number of cases of dengue fever in Indonesia as many as 158 115 , in 2008 as many as 137 469
cases , as many as 158 912 cases in 2009 the city contracted with the city as much as 382 .. In


South Sulawesi , according to a report from Subdin P2 & PL dengue cases in South Sulawesi in
2007 dengue cases increased with the number of cases as many as 5333 cases and the largest
number of cases were in Bone Regency( 1030) case , following Makassar ( 452 ) case , Bulukumba
Regency ( 376 ) case , Pangkep Regency ( 358 ) case . Incidence of dengue in the city of Makassar
ranging from years 2002-2012 tended to go up and down .. This study aims to determine the
factors that influence the occurrence of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever ( DHF ) in district Tamalanrea
of Makassar from August to December in 2013 .
METHODS: The study was conducted on residents who live in the District Tamalanrea in 2013.
This study used a case control design. The data is taken directly (using interviews, questionnaires,
and observations) by using simple random sampling technique. were analyzed the data on SPSS
ver.20.
RESULTS: The number of samples involved in this study were 34 respondents. Where the 17
sample cases and 17 control samples. Acquired gender, education last, occupation, family income
did not prove to be statistically associated with the incidence of dengue. At the age variable, level
of knowledge, and attitudes of respondents to describe the incidence of dengue proved the
existence of a relationship with the incidence of dengue in the district Tamalanrea in 2013.
CONCLUSION: In this study it can be concluded that the results of statistical tests that contribute
to the incidence of dengue is of age, level of knowledge, and attitudes of respondents to DHF.
KEYWORDS: factors, Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever

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