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Balai Litbang Biomedis Papua, Kementerian Kesehatan RI. Jl. Kesehatan No. 10 Dok II, Jayapura
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BIONOMY OF Anopheles punctulatus GROUP (Anopheles farauti, Anopheles koliensis, Anopheles punctulatus) MALARIA VECTOR IN PAPUA PROVINCE

Balaba Vol 10, No 1 Jun (2014)
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ABSTRAKMalaria merupakan masalah kesehatan utama di Provinsi Papua dengan angka Annual Parasite Incidence (API) padatahun 2011 sebesar 58 per 1000 penduduk dan Annual Malaria Incidence (AMI) sebesar 169 per 1000 penduduk. Vektormalaria Papua dilaporkan Anopheles farauti, An. punctulatus dan An. koliensis. Tiga spesies tersebut aktif menggigit padamalam hari (nokturnal), antropofilik dengan karakteristik tempat perkembangbiakan, aktifitas menggigit, dan tempatistirahat dilaporkan spesifik setiap spesies. Kajian ini untuk melihat beberapa aspek bionomi (tempat perkembangbiakan,aktifitas menggigit, dan tempat istirahat. Larva An. farauti memiliki habitat di daerah pantai, perairan payau (memilikitoleransi terhadap salinitas 4,6%), irigasi buatan atau alami. Nyamuk dewasa An. farauti betina bersifat nokturnal,eksofagik, eksofilik, dan antropofilik. Larva An. koliensis tidak ditemukan di perairan payau, banyak ditemukan di hutanrawa, hutan sagu, kolam semi permanen atau permanen yang dangkal dan terpapar sinar matahari langsung. Nyamukdewasa An. koliensis bersifat nokturnal, antropofilik (78% menggigit manusia), eksofagik, eksofilik sedangkan larva An.punctulatus tidak ditemukan di air payau, tetapi ditemukan pada kolam dengan air jernih atau keruh dengan vegetasi atautanpa vegetasi air. Larva An. punctulatus juga ditemukan di hutan sagu dan hutan rawa dengan paparan sinar mataharilangsung. Nyamuk dewasa An. punctulatus bersifat nokturnal, antropofilik (98% menggigit manusia), eksofagik, endofilik.Data dasar mengenai perilaku nyamuk Anopheles (bionomi) sangat diperlukan dalam mengembangkan pola intervensi dankontrol vektor yang lebih efektif dan efisien.Kata kunci: vektor malaria, An. punctulatus group, bionomi, PapuaABSTRACTMalaria is a major health problem in Papua province with Annual Parasite Incidence (API) was reported 58/1000population in 2011, and the Annual Malaria Incidence (AMI) was 169/1000 population. The malaria vector in Papua wereAnopheles farauti, An. punctulatus and An. koliensis. These three species were nocturnal, antrophopilic with the diferrencebionomics such as breeding habitats, biting activity, and resting places. The aim of this study was to determine the bionomicaspects of the malaria vectors (resting places, biting activity and breading habitats) in the study areas. The larvae of An.farauti was reported found at coastal, area with brackish water (salinity ± 4.6 %), natural or artificial irrigation canals.Adult female mosquitoes of An. farauti were found nocturnal, eksofagik eksofilik , and antrophopilic habit. An. koliensislarvae not found in brackish, they were found in the swamp and sago forest, semipermanent or permanent ponds whichshallow and exposed to direct sunlight . Adult mosquitoes of An. koliensis were nocturnal, antrophopilic (78% human bites),eksofagik, eksofilik. The larvae of An. punctulatus was not found in brackish water, it was found in a pool with clear or turbidwater which presence or no water vegetation, the larvae of An. punctulatus also found in sago and swamp forest withexposure to direct sunlight. Adult mosquites of An. punctulatus were nocturnal, antrophopilic (98% human bites), eksofagik,endofilik. Basic data on the behaviour of Anopheles spp (bionomic) is necessary in developing effective and efficientintervention pattern and control vector.Key words: malaria vector, An. punctulatus group, bionomic, Papua

Analisis Subtipe HIV-1 dan Faktor Penyebarannya pada Penderita HIV di RS. Yowari Kabupaten Jayapura, Papua

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Publisher : Jurnal Biologi Papua

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Acquaired immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a symptoms caused by infection with Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV). There are two types of HIV genetically distinguished as HIV-1 and HIV-2 subtype. Subtypes of HIV-1 globally have different distribution in state, where geographical factors could affected to the subtype differences. Papua is one of the provinces that have high case of HIV/AIDS. High number of people with HIV/AIDS in Papua caused by new regional area expansion and mobilization of the population in province and district area. This study was aimed to identify the sub type HIV-1 and the risk factors that correlated in the transmission of HIV-1 type. The research study was performed by cross-sectional design. There were 36 HIV patient sample respondent willing to participate in research and they were sign inform consent. Subtype HIV-1 identification was performed by used Nested-PCR, sequencing, and BLAST to found subtype HIV-1. The interview method used a questionnaires to found of  the risk factors  related to subtype HIV-1. The results of research showed that HIV-1 subtype found in people with HIV in Yowari hospital is CRF01_AE subtype (31 respondent) and subtype B ( 5 respondent). Chi-squre and Fisher exact test analysis of risk factors that influence the spread of HIV-1 subtype showed a non significant results. The research study concluded sub-type HIV-1 in patients is CRF01_AE and subtype B and  there were not correlated risk factors with HIV-1 subtype.Key words: HIV/AIDS , type HIV-1 , CRF01_AE , Sub type-B, RS Yowari.

Analisis model faktor risiko infeksi cacing gelang (Ascaris lumbricoides) pada murid SD di Distrik Arso Kabupaten Keerom Papua

Buski Vol 5, No 1 (2014)
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Infeksi soil transmitted helminthes (STH), merupakan penyakit neglected tropical diseases yang disebabkan oleh beberapa spesies cacing yaitu  Ascaris lumbricoides, Ancylostoma duodenale dan Trichuris trichiura. World Health organization (WHO) memperkirakan 250 juta orang terinfeksi askariasis. Kondisi geografis, sosial-budaya, ekonomi, pendidikan, perubahan iklim merupakan faktor-faktor yang dapat mempengaruhi infeksi askariasis. Jumlah kasus kecacingan di Kabupaten Keerom  yaitu 599 kasus pada  tahun 2011, identifikasi faktor-faktor risiko terhadap penularan penyakit askariasis dapat digunakan mengembangkan metode intervensi yang efektif dan efisien. Penelitian ini menggunakan desain potong lintang (cross sectional) dengan lokasi di Distrik Arso, Kabupaten Keerom pada bulan September-Desember 2012. Sampel merupakan murid SD kelas 3 – 6 sebanyak 224 murid SD yang bersedia ikut dalam penelitian. Pengambilan data faktor risiko menggunakan kuesioner terstruktur, pengukuran antropometri dan kadar Hemoglobin (Hb) menggunakan Quick Chek Hb-meter. Spesimen tinja diperiksa menggunakan metode Kato-Katz untuk menemukan telur cacing gelang (A. lumbricoides). Analisis data menggunakan statistik bivariat   (Chi Square) dan multivariat (logistik berganda). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan  prevalensi askariasis 23,2 % (N = 224 responden) sedangkan yang menjadi faktor risiko dari analisis multivariate yaitu jenis lantai rumah [OR 0,436 ; (95% KI 0,217-0,876) ; p = 0,02 ] , kebiasaan mencuci tangan sebelum makan [ OR 0,05 ; (95% KI 0,009-0,288) p = 0,001 ] dan setelah buang air besar [ OR 0,05 ; (95% KI 1,292-23,181) p = 0,021 ].  Prevalensi askariasis pada murid SD di Distrik Arso Kabupaten Keerom cukup tinggi sehingga masih menjadi permasalahan kesehatan. Diperlukan suatu intervensi yang efektif dan efisien untuk menurunkan jumlah kasus cacingan.

DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER (DHF) IN KEEROM REGENCY, PAPUA PROVINCE IN 2011-2014

Balaba Vol 11, No 1 JUN (2015)
Publisher : Balai Penelitian dan Pengembangan Pengendalian Penyakit Bersumber Binatang Banjarnegara

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Kejadian Luar Biasa (KLB) demam berdarah Dengue di Papua pernah dilaporkan pada tahun 1993, 1994 dan 2001. DiKabupaten Keerom sudah ditemukan kasus DBD walaupun jumlahnya sedikit.Tujuan penulisan artikel ini untukmemberikan gambaran mengenai situasi DBD di Kabupaten Keerom periode 2011-2014 sehingga dapat digunakan menjadidata dasar program pengendalian DBD. Artikel ini menggunakan hasil kajian data sekunder DBD dari Dinas KesehatanKabupaten Keerom dan Balai Metereologi dan Geofisika (BMG) Jayapura, kemudian dilakukan analisis secara deskriptifuntuk menilai kecendrungan kasus DBD periode tahun 2011-2014. Angka insidensi (IR) cenderung meningkat dari 15.99 per100.000 penduduk tahun 2011 menjadi 19.30 per 100.000 penduduk pada tahun 2012, 28.97 per 100.000 penduduk padatahun 2013 dan 34.44 per 100.000 penduduk pada tahun 2014. DBD periode 2011-2014 lebih banyak ditemukan pada lakilaki(31 kasus) dibandingkan perempuan (20 kasus), sedangkan kelompok umur yang paling banyak terkenana demamberdarah adalah kelompok usia 5-14 tahun. DBD di Kabupaten Keerom mengalami peningkatan seiring denganperkembangan mobilitas penduduk, pembukaan lahan pemukiman dan juga adanya pengaruh perubahan iklim global.Kata kunci: angka insidensi, Dengue, Kabupaten Keerom

Hubungan Higiene Perorangan dengan Kejadian Kecacingan pada Murid SD Negeri Abe Pantai Jayapura

JURNAL PLASMA Vol 1, No 2 Jun (2015)
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Kecacingan merupakan salah satu penyakit berbasis lingkungan yang menjadi masalah bagi kesehatan masyarakat. Kecacingan dapat disebabkan oleh sejumlah cacing perut yang ditularkan melalui tanah disebutSoil Transmitted Helminths (STH) seperti cacing gelang (Ascaris lumbricoides), cacing tambang Ancylostoma duodenale dan Necator americanus) dan cacingcambuk (Trichuris trichiura). Higiene perorangan dan sanitasi lingkungan yang kurang baik pada anak- anak merupakan faktor yang memudahkan penularan kecacingan.Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui hubungan higiene perorangan dengan kejadian kecacingan pada murid SD Negeri Abe Pantai Jayapura. Jenis penelitian yang digunakan adalah deskriptif analitik, dengan rancanganpotong lintang. Populasi dalam penelitian ini adalah seluruh murid SD Negeri AbePantai Jayapura yang berjumlah 384 orang. Sampel yang terkumpul sebanyak 70 orang yang diambil secara stratified random sampling. Cara pemeriksaan tinja secara kualitatif dengan metode langsung (direct) menggunakan larutan lugol. Analisa data menggunakan uji statistik chi - square.Hasil penelitian diperoleh murid yang positif kecacingan sebanyak 50%, infeksi kecacingan terbanyak adalah Ascaris lumbricoides 48,5%, Trichuris trichiura 28,6%, Cacing Tambang 14,3%, dan infeksi campuran yang disebabkan oleh dua spesies atau lebih sebanyak 8,6%. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa tidak ada hubungan higiene perorangan dengan kejadian kecacingan pada murid SD Negeri Abe Pantai Jayapura (P Value= 0,47 dengan RP = 1,26, CI 95% 0,79-2,01).Kata Kunci :Kecacingan, Higiene PeroranganHelmints infection is an environmental based diasease and become a public health problem. and caused by Soil Transmitted Helminthes (STH) such as Ascaris lumbricoides, Ancylostoma duodenale, Necator americanus andTrishuris trichiura. Personal hygiene and environmental sanitation are factors that contributed in worm infection.The aim of the research is to identify the relation between personal hygiene and worm infection among students of SD Negeri Abe Pantai Jayapura. An analytic and cross sectional study was conducted. Seventy stool samples were collected randomly and examine direct methode. Data was analyzed using ch-square. Results: 50% samples have worm infection, 48,5%,Ascaris lumbricoides,28,6%Trichuris trichiura, 14,3%hook worm and 8,6% samples have mixed infection. No relation between personal hygiene and worm infection amon students of SD Negeri Abe Pantai Jayapura (p>0,05).Keywords:Soil Transmitted Helminthes, Personal Hygiene

Analisis Subtipe HIV-1 dan Faktor Penyebarannya pada Penderita HIV di RS. Yowari Kabupaten Jayapura, Papua

JURNAL BIOLOGI PAPUA Vol 6, No 1 (2014)
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Acquaired immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a symptoms caused by infection with Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV). There are two types of HIV genetically distinguished as HIV-1 and HIV-2 subtype. Subtypes of HIV-1 globally have different distribution in state, where geographical factors could affected to the subtype differences. Papua is one of the provinces that have high case of HIV/AIDS. High number of people with HIV/AIDS in Papua caused by new regional area expansion and mobilization of the population in province and district area. This study was aimed to identify the sub type HIV-1 and the risk factors that correlated in the transmission of HIV-1 type. The research study was performed by cross-sectional design. There were 36 HIV patient sample respondent willing to participate in research and they were sign inform consent. Subtype HIV-1 identification was performed by used Nested-PCR, sequencing, and BLAST to found subtype HIV-1. The interview method used a questionnaires to found of the risk factors related to subtype HIV-1. The results of research showed that HIV-1 subtype found in people with HIV in Yowari hospital is CRF01_AE subtype (31 respondent) and subtype B ( 5 respondent). Chi-squre and Fisher exact test analysis of risk factors that influence the spread of HIV-1 subtype showed a non significant results. The research study concluded sub-type HIV-1 in patients is CRF01_AE and subtype B and there were not correlated risk factors with HIV-1 subtype. Key words: HIV/AIDS , type HIV-1 , CRF01_AE , Sub type-B, RS Yowari.

Entomological Surveillance of Malaria Vectors in Saumlaki, Maluku Tenggara Barat Regency, Maluku Province

Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 12, No 2 (2017): Jurnal KEMAS Vol.12 No.2 : January 2017
Publisher : Jurusan Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat Fakultas Ilmu Keolahragaan

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The research aims to determine the prevalence of malaria and Anopheles spp using bio-ecology surveillance in Alusi and Waturu community health centers in Maluku Tenggara Barat Regency. The study was conducted in March-April 2015 with cross sectional design. In this research, we performed mass blood survey on 489 participants in the Kilmasa village and 434 participants in Waturu village. We also performed entomology surveillances, i.e. larval density, catching Anopheles spp, temperature, humidity, and salinity. To confirm malaria vectors, we used enzyme linked immunoabsorbent assay (ELISA) techniques. The data analyzed descriptively. The results of the study showed proportion 0.20% malaria morbidity in Kilmasa village and 0.23% in Waturu village. Anopheles flavirostris and An. barbirostris group were likely to bite a human outside and inside the house and peaked at 11.00 pm-12.00 pm. The parous rate of An. flavirostris and An. barbirostris was 46% and 26%, respectively. Human blood index of An.flavirostris and An. barbirostris was 33.3% and by 70%, respectively. Anopheles flavirostri and An. barbirostris were malaria vectors with sporozoite rate 0.38% and 12.5%, respectively.

Survei Entomologi Anopheles spp di Kampung Bikar dan Kampung Kwor Kabupaten Tambrauw, Papua Barat

Journal of Health Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases Vol 2, No 1 (2016): JHECDs Vol.2, No.1, Juni 2016
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Abstract.Entomology Survey of breeding site and biting activity malaria vector Anopheles spp were done at Tambrauw Regency in two villages, Bikar and Kwor. Both selected villages were having high malaria cases during the past year. The purpose of this study was to describe the habitat and biting activity of vector Anopheles spp in Tambrauw Regency. The results showed that larvae habitat characteristics found in the research location were water channel, semi-permanent ponds, truck tires footing and remaining excavation hole. Aquatic habitat characteristics i.e. salinity 0 ‰, water temperature range 27-28˚C, pH range 7,1-7,6 and water depth of breeding sites was 20-60 cm. Types of plants around the habitat were algae, moss, kale, and water hyacinth. The plants density were rather sparse. Anopheles spp found in the location were anthropophilic and endophagic, began actively biting at 19.00 to 20.00 WIT and reaching peak density at 23.00-24.00 WIT. In the area of forest land (Bikar village), average density of Anopheles spp indoor was 0,39 and outdoor was 0,33 mosquitoes per person per hour, whereas for coastal areas (Kwor village) we found density of Anopheles spp indoor was 0,14 and outdoors was 0,08/person/hour. Man biting rate was 0,13/person/night.Keywords: Anopheles spp, biting activity, breeding sitesAbstrak.Survey habitat dan aktifitas menggigit vektor malaria Anopheles spp di Kabupaten Tambrauw dilaksanakan di dua kampung, yaitu Kampung Bikar dan Kampung Kwor. Kedua desa yang dipilih mempunyai kasus malaria tinggi selama satu tahun terakhir. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui gambaran habitat dan aktifitas menggigit vektor Anopheles spp di Kabupaten Tambrauw. Hasil penelitian menunjukan karakteristik habitat jentik yang ditemukan di lokasi penelitian adalah saluran air, kolam semi permanen, bekas pijakan ban mobil truk dan bekas galian eskavator. Karateristik habitat yaitu salinitas perairan 0 ‰, suhu air habitat jentik 27-28 ˚C, dengan pH air normal 7,1 -7,6 dan kedalaman perairan 20-60 cm. Jenis tanaman di sekitar habitat yaitu algae, lumut, kangkung, enceng gondok dengan kerapatan tanaman agak jarang. Anopheles spp yang ditemukan di lokasi bersifat antrophofilik dan endofagik, mulai aktif menggigit pada pukul 19.00-20.00 WIT dan mencapai puncak kepadatan pukul 23.00-24.00 WIT malam hari. Di daerah daratan hutan (Kampung Bikar), di dapat rata-rata kepadatan Anopheles spp (An. punctulatus, An. koliensis dan An. farauti) orang per jam (MHD) di dalam rumah 0,39 nyamuk per orang per jam, sedangkan di luar rumah 0,33 nyamuk per orang per jam. Sedangkan untuk daerah pantai (Kampung Kwor) ditemukan Anopheles spp dengan tingkat kepadatan man hour density (MHD) di dalam rumah 0,14 per orang per jam, sedangkan MHD di luar rumah adalah 0,08 per orang per jam dan nilai Man biting rate (MBR) 0.13 per orang per malam.Kata kunci: Anopheles spp, aktivitas menggigit, habitat

Footwear as a risk factor of hookworm infection in elementary school students

Universa Medicina Vol 33, No 2 (2014)
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine, Trisakti University

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BACKGROUNDIn Indonesia, there is still a high prevalence of hookworm infection, especially in poor areas with poor sanitation. The number of helminthic diseases in Keerom Regency was about 599 cases in 2010. This number is bound to increase due to the low sanitation, hygiene and socio-economic status of the people in the regency. The children are a group at risk for contracting infections, especially intestinal worms, which affect the child’s physical growth and intelligence. The objective of this study was to determine the risk factors of hookworm diseases in elementary school students.METHODSA cross-sectional study was conducted on 224 elementary school students.Demographic data were obtained by questionnaire, comprising gender, parental socio-economic status, household sanitation, and personal hygiene. Body mass index was calculated by measurement of body weight and height. And hemoglobin concentration was measured using a Quick Check Hb-meter. Stool samples were microscopically examined using the Kato-Katz method. We used chi-square and logistic regression to find predictors of hookworm infections, with level of significance at p<0.05.RESULTSThe number of hookworm infection was 6.7% and the risk factor of hookworminfection among elementary school students was the habit of using footwearoutdoors [OR 5.3; 95% CI 1.7-17.7; p=0.004].CONCLUSIONThe use of footwear outdoors was a predictor of hookworm infections inelementary school children. An effective and efficient intervention program isneeded to prevent and eradicate hookworm infection among primary schoolchildren.