J Mukono
Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat Universitas Airlangga

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Relationship Between Student Characteristics and Handwashing Habit with Worm Disease Incidence in Islamic Boarding School Blitar District M, Aida Erna; Mukono, J
JURNAL KESEHATAN LINGKUNGAN Vol 8, No 1 (2015): Jurnal Kesehatan Lingkungan
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

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Abstract: Worm  disease incidence in islamic  boarding  school can  be influenced by  student characteristics and handwashing habit. Student characteristics were cocidered into age and lived period  in islamic boarding school. Hand washing were  seen from handwashing habit  before ate  and after defecation. Purpose of this  study  was  to analyze relationship  between student characteristics and handwashing habit with worm disease incidence in islamic boarding school. This study was observational analytic study with cross sectional design. Student characteristics and handwashing habit data were  obtained questionnaires by 71 students. Worm disease incidence was  known  from laboratory testing of student feces. Worm disease incidence in islamic  boarding school were  2.8% with worm species were  Enterobius vermicularis  and Hookworm. Results of data collection were  analyzed using  Chi Square test with value  of α =  0.05. Student characteristics showed most  student was  16 years old and live in boarding  school for 1 year. Hand washing habit student islamoc boarding  school before eating was bad and after defecation was good. There was a relationship between live period  in islamic  boarding  school (p =  0.016),  handwashing habit before eating  (p =  0.008)  and  after defecation (p  =  0.018)  with worm  disease incidence. There  was  no  relationship between age  and  worm  disease incidence (p =  0.205).  Student islamic boarding  school should improve  handwashing habit before eating  and  after defecation used soap  and running water.Keywords: student islamic  boarding  school  characteristics, handwashing habit,  worm  disease, islamic  boarding school
Description Between Cats Exposure with Toxoplasmosis Disease on Cats Owner and Not- Cats Owner in Mulyorejo Subdistrict, Surabaya City Agustin, Prayuani Dwi; Mukono, J
JURNAL KESEHATAN LINGKUNGAN Vol 8, No 1 (2015): Jurnal Kesehatan Lingkungan
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (233.784 KB) | DOI: 10.20473/jkl.v8i1.2015.103-117

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Abstract: Toxoplasmosis is an infectious disease caused by  Toxoplasma gondii that transmitted from  animals  to humans. Actually, the symptoms of toxoplasmosis are asymptomatic with non-spesific and  similar to other diseases. Cats  are definite  host  of Toxoplasma gondii.  The  feces from  infected cat  contains million oocysts and  infective  to humans. Detection of toxoplasmosis in human  can be done with a serological test to see the levels of immunoglobulin M (IgM) and immunoglobulin G (IgG) anti-toxoplasmosis. The purpose of this study  was to identification  toxoplasmosis and  describe between exposure from  cats  with toxoplasmosis disease to people who  own and  don’t  own  cats  in Mulyorejo Subdistrict, Surabaya  City. This study  was an descriptive observational research with cross sectional design in two populations. The  subject was  choosen randomly.  This study  was  done to 25 respondents as  cat  owner  and 25 respondents who  weren’t.  Data was collected from questionnaire and  respondent’s blood  sample. Prevalence of toxoplasmosis in cat owner  52% and 48% in not-cat  owner.  Crosstabulation showed that there  were  similar tendency between variables  of feral cats, number of feral cats,  and  presence of cat’s feces to toxoplasmosis disease on cats owner and not-cats  owner in Mulyorejo Subdistrict, Surabaya  City.It is expected that the community is able to notice  the presence of feral cats and cat’s feces around  it to avoid the risk of infection  from Toxoplama  gondii.Keywords: Cats owner,  Not-cats  owner,  Cat, Toxoplasmosis