ANALISIS FAKTOR RISIKO KEJADIAN DEMAM BERDARAH DENGUE DI DESA MOJOSONGO KABUPATEN BOYOLALI
Trisnawati, Azizah Gama
Rahayuningsih, Faizah Betty
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Dengue Haemoraghic Fever (DHF) remains to be an important public health concern in Indonesia and its mortality has been increasing steadly for the decades. The study aimed to estimate the strength of association between the existence of drainage, the existence of kontainer, resident mobility, and the habit of stay at home. The study was analyst using cross-sectional design. A total of 80 subject were sampled at random from all people in Mojosongo village, Boyolali. Association between variables was analyzed by multiple logistic regression model, which was run under the SPSS version 15.0 program. Study results showed, the existence of kontainer more than 3 piece had 6,75 time as much risk of DHF as the existence of kontainer less than or 3 piece on around of house (OR : 6,75, CI 95% : 2,15 hingga 21,22). Resident mobility minimum 2 periode before DHF had 9,29 time as much risk of DHF as non the resident mobility 2 periode before DHF (OR : 9,29, CI 95% : 1,08 hingga 80,15). The existence of drainage and the habit of stay at home are not risk factors of DHF. This is confirms that the existence of kontainer and resident mobility are important risk factors of DHF. The existence of drainage and the habit of stay at home are not risk factors of DHF.