Minyak Atsiri Melati (Jasmine sambac) sebagai Disinfektan untuk Menurunkan Angka Kuman Udara di Puskesmas Sewon II

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Title Minyak Atsiri Melati (Jasmine sambac) sebagai Disinfektan untuk Menurunkan Angka Kuman Udara di Puskesmas Sewon II
Creator Dewi, Aulia Rosiana
Amri, Choirul
Istiqomah, Siti Hani
Subject Public health ; enviromental Health; kesehatan lingkungan
jasmine volatile oil; aerial bacteria number; community health centre
Description Community health centre is place where healthy and ill people met, so that it is potential as diseases transmission site. The measurement of aerial bacteria number in Sewon II Community Health Centre exceeded the 516 CFU/m3 threshold. Volatile oil of jasmine (Jasmine sambac) can be used as natural disinfectant because it has antibacterial compounds. The objective of this study was to know the effect of evaporation time of jasmine (Jasmine sambac) volatile oil on the decrease of aerial bacteria number. The study was a pre-experiment with one group pre-testpost-test design. The aerial bacteria were sampled in the martenal and children ward of Sewon II Community Health Centre, and then were examined at Microbiology Laboratory of The Polytechnic of Health of Yogyakarta. The results showed that the 3% volatile oil of jasmine (Jasmine sambac) in 30 minutes evaporation time was able to decrease bacterial number as much as 11.67 CFU/m3 (16.64 %), while in 60 minutes it was 38.22 CFU/m3 (40.92 %), and in 90 minutes it was 65.00 CFU/m3 (56.31 %). Statistical analysis with one way anova test obtained a p-value 0.05 which means that the decrase difference between the three evaporation times is significant; and the 90 minutes time evaporation give the highest decrease.
Publisher Politeknik Kesehatan Kementerian Kesehatan Yogyakarta
Date 2018-08-08
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Identifier http://journalsanitasi.keslingjogja.net/index.php/sanitasi/article/view/157
Source Sanitasi: Jurnal Kesehatan Lingkungan; Vol 10, No 1 (2018): AGUSTUS 2018; 11-20
Language idn
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