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dc.contributorBADAN LITBANGKES KEMENKESid-ID
dc.creatorSimanjuntak, Cyrus H.; Pusat Penelitian Biomedis Badan Litbang Kesehatan Depkes RI
dc.creatorHasibuan, M. A.; Pusat Penelitian Biomedis Badan Litbang Kesehatan Depkes RI
dc.creatorSiregar, L. O.; Pusat Penelitian Biomedis Badan Litbang Kesehatan Depkes RI
dc.creatorKoiman, Iskak; Pusat Penelitian Biomedis Badan Litbang Kesehatan Depkes RI
dc.date2012-09-17
dc.date.accessioned2019-12-16T09:30:16Z
dc.date.available2019-12-16T09:30:16Z
dc.identifierhttp://ejournal.litbang.depkes.go.id/index.php/BPK/article/view/580
dc.identifier10.22435/bpk.v11i2 Jun.580.
dc.identifier.urihttp://r2kn.litbang.kemkes.go.id:8080/handle/123456789/80478
dc.descriptionAs in other developing countries, diarrhoea is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in Indo­nesia. It is estimated that at least 4-5 million deaths per year in the world are caused by acute di­arrhoea. In Indonesia, 40% of deaths in the first 2 years of life is caused by acute diarrhoea. This study is to assess the microbial agents of diarrhoea! disease, from patients of 2 hospitals in Ja­karta. Rectal swabs for bacteriological examination were collected from patients at the admission using Cary & Blair as a transport media. Stools for Rota virus examination were collected in a tube container and kept at 4- 6°C before further processing. Conventional bacteriological procedures were performed for isolation and identification of bacterial agents. Enterotoxigenic E. Coli (E T E Cj was examined by ELISA for LT and by intragastric inocula­tion of suckling mice for ST. Campylobacter was incubated at 42°C in a candle jar using desiccator as a jar. The isolation results from 1937 specimens collected were V. cholera 01 50,2%, Rota virus 31,0%, ETEC 6,8%, Campylobacter sp 4,8%, Salmonella sp 4,3%, V. parahaemolyticus 1,6%, NAG 0,9%, Shi­gella sp 0,8%, Y. enterocolytica 0,2% and mixed infection of 2 or 3 different agent 5%. Most of the V. cholera isolated were of the Ogawa sero-type (98,9%). ETEC consisted of 69,2% LT alone, 21,4% ST alone and 8,9% both LT and ST. The most prevalent among 10 Salmonella species isolated were S. oranienberg 34,9% and S. kreveld 21,7%. The most prevalent among 4 species of Shigella isolated were Sh. flexneri 43,8% and Sh. dysen-triae 31,3%. Diarrhoeal diseases were continuously found through the year with 2 peaks; one high peak in May, June and July and the other lower peak in December and January.id-ID
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dc.publisherBadan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kesehatanen-US
dc.rightsThe Authors submitting a manuscript do so on the understanding that if accepted for publication, copyright of the article shall be assigned to Buletin Penelitian Kesehatan (Bulletin of Health Research) and Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kesehatan (National Institute of Health Research and Development) as publisher of the journal.Copyright encompasses exclusive rights to reproduce and deliver the article in all form and media, including reprints, photographs, microfilms and any other similar reproductions, as well as translations. The reproduction of any part of this journal, its storage in databases and its transmission by any form or media, such as electronic, electrostatic and mechanical copies, photocopies, recordings, magnetic media, etc. , will be allowed only with a written permission from Buletin Penelitian Kesehatan (Bulletin of Health Research) and Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kesehatan (National Institute of Health Research and Development).Buletin Penelitian Kesehatan (Bulletin of Health Research) and Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kesehatan (National Institute of Health Research and Development), the Editors and the Advisory International Editorial Board make every effort to ensure that no wrong or misleading data, opinions or statements be published in the journal.
dc.sourceBuletin Penelitian Kesehatan; Vol 11, No 2 Jun (1983)en-US
dc.subjectHealth; Kesehatanid-ID
dc.subjectAcute Di­arrhoeaid-ID
dc.subjectid-ID
dc.titleETIOLOGI MIKRIBIOLOGIS PENYAKIT DIARE AKUTid-ID
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