Environmental Risk Factors to The Presence of House Mosquito Larvae in Lubuk Linggau East I

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Title Environmental Risk Factors to The Presence of House Mosquito Larvae in Lubuk Linggau East I
Faktor Risiko Lingkungan Rumah terhadap Keberadaan Jentik Nyamuk di Lubuk Linggau Timur I
 
Creator Santi, Veni Lara
Ardillah, Yustini
 
Description Background: The existence of Aedes sp. is an indicator of the presence of a population of Aedes sp. environmental conditions also greatly affect the incidence of dengue disease, it is also related to the presence of larvae. Citra Medika Health center’s working area is a contributor of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) incidence with increased DHF cased from 2016-2018. Objective: to analyze the relationship between environmental conditions and the presence of Aedes sp. in the Citra Medika Health Center, Lubuk Linggau Timur District 1 in 2020. Methods: It was quantitative research with a cross-sectional design approach. The total sample was 91 respondents, who have met predetermined criteria using the purposive sampling technique, with inclusion criteria and exclusion criteria. The data used in this study are secondary data from Citra Medika Health Center and primary data obtained from interviews and direct observation. Result: It showed that there was a relationship between the implementation of Mosquito Breeding Eradication (p-value 0,047) and the presence of solid waste (p-value 0.039) with the presence of Aedes sp. larvae. Conclusion: This study concludes that the presence of Aedes sp. larvae are caused by factors such as the implementation of Mosquito breeding Eradication DBD and the presence of solid waste.
Background: The existence of Aedes sp. is an indicator of the presence of a population of Aedes sp. environmental conditions also greatly affect the incidence of dengue disease, it is also related to the presence of larvae. Citra Medika Health center’s working area is a contributor of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) incidence with increased DHF cased from 2016-2018. Objective: to analyze the relationship between environmental conditions and the presence of Aedes sp. in the Citra Medika Health Center, Lubuk Linggau Timur District 1 in 2020. Methods: It was quantitative research with a cross-sectional design approach. The total sample was 91 respondents, who have met predetermined criteria using the purposive sampling technique, with inclusion criteria and exclusion criteria. The data used in this study are secondary data from Citra Medika Health Center and primary data obtained from interviews and direct observation. Result: It showed that there was a relationship between the implementation of Mosquito Breeding Eradication (p-value 0,047) and the presence of solid waste (p-value 0.039) with the presence of Aedes sp. larvae. Conclusion: This study concludes that the presence of Aedes sp. larvae are caused by factors such as the implementation of Mosquito breeding Eradication DBD and the presence of solid waste.
 
Publisher STIKes Hang Tuah Pekanbaru
 
Date 2021-12-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://jurnal.htp.ac.id/index.php/keskom/article/view/902
10.25311/keskom.Vol7.Iss3.902
 
Source Jurnal Kesehatan Komunitas; Vol. 7 No. 3 (2021): Journal of Community Health; 310-315
Jurnal Kesehatan Komunitas; Vol 7 No 3 (2021): Jurnal Kesehatan Komunitas; 310-315
2548-8538
2088-7612
10.25311/keskom/2021/7.3
 
Language ind
 
Relation https://jurnal.htp.ac.id/index.php/keskom/article/view/902/364
 
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