Indra, Suryo Saputra (2020) ANGKA KEJADIAN SKABIES PADA PANTI ASUHAN DI INDONESIA. Diploma thesis, Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Nasional.

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Scabies is a skin disease that is easily transmitted and is caused by Sarcoptes scabiei mites which are found in densely populated environments such as orphanages. Factors that influence the spread of scabies disease themselves can be from personal hygiene, cleanliness of toiletries and sleeping equipment, density of the number of people in one room or knowledge. Orphanage itself is a place where scabies can spread quickly due to personal hygiene problems and dense occupants. This study aims to review the incidence of scabies in Indonesia and the factors that influence the incidence of scabies. This research is based on a literature study which uses secondary data taken from scientific journals, theses and paper data analysis techniques used are descriptive analysis methods. Study literature used by the authors sebanya six scattered in Indonesia. The results obtained from the literature study obtained are at Darul Yatama Orphanage (2011) in Medan which has a scabies incidence rate of 88%. Whereas the Orphanage in Kulonprogo Regency (2013) has a prevalence of scabies of 3%. At Sabulussalam Orphanage and Al-Malul Khair Islamic Boarding School in Palembang (2016) the prevalence of scabies is 35%. The prevalence of scabies in Orphanages in Kemiling Subdistrict, Bandar Lampung City (2017) is 20%, while the prevalence for Al Hidayah Orphanage Mataram (2017) is 11%, and for the prevalence of scabies in Orphanage in Palembang City Sako District (2018) is 0%. Based on the data obtained from research journals, it can be concluded that there is an average incidence of scabies from 6 orphanages, which according to literary data sources is 25%. Factors affecting the incidence of scabies according to 6 literary data are length of stay, environmental sanitation, personal knowledge and hygiene

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email [email protected]
Date Deposited: 23 Dec 2020 06:33
Last Modified: 23 Dec 2020 06:33

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