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Judul Masalah Filariasis di Kabupaen Sikka Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT)
Edisi
No. Panggil Buletin Penelitian Kesehatan:37(4) 169-179
ISBN/ISSN 0125-9695
Pengarang Sekar Tuti - Personal Name
Armedy Ronny Hasugian - Personal Name
Ryanti Ekowatiningsih - Personal Name
Subyek filariasis
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Penerbit Badan Litbang Kesehatan Depkes R.I.
Tahun Terbit 2009
Tempat Terbit Jakarta
Deskripsi Fisik 11p.
Abstrak/Catatan Problems in Indonesia are very complicated: there are 3 species of filarial worms like Wuchereria/W bancrofi, Brugia/B. malayi and B. timori. The study was done to identify filariasis situation in Sikka district, to complete the baseline data to be used in re-advocatng the local authority. Primary datasuch as acute (microfilaria rate/Mf-rate) and chronic stages were collected cross sectionally. Secondary data i.e. management, as well as elimination activities were collected retrospectively. It was found that Mf-rate at Masabewa and Wolorega villages was 14.5% and 19.8% respectively. The B timori infection was spread in all age groups, and an eleven months old female baby was found to be positive. There were 121 people with chronic stage; most of them were women (76%). Due to limitation of financial as well as human resources the implementation unit of mass treatment in this district was only covered village level. The preparedness of the program management in al administrative levels, as well as availability of supporting data like map of filariasis endemicity and KAP’s of the community were very limited. The study concluded that Sika is a high endemic filariasis area which needs a serious attention, support and commitment from the local authority and other relate institution on further elimination program. To support the success of the elimination program, the preparedness of program and case management in all administrative levels, as well as the KAP’s of the community should also be improved.
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