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dc.creatorIkawati, Bina; Environmental Health, Animal Borne Disease Control Unit Banjarnegara, National Institute of Health Research and Development, Ministry of Health of Republic of Indonesia, Indonesia
dc.date2018-06-30
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dc.date.available2019-12-17T08:43:03Z
dc.identifierhttp://ejournal.litbang.depkes.go.id/index.php/blb/article/view/8619
dc.identifier10.22435/blb.v14i1.8619.85-94
dc.identifier.urihttp://r2kn.litbang.kemkes.go.id:8080/handle/123456789/82570
dc.descriptionIncidence Rate/IR DBD di Indonesia pada tahun 2015 sampai 2017 menurun 44,43%, meskipun tahun 2016 terjadi peningkatan 53,61% dari rerata kejadian DBD tahun 2015 (IR DBD per 100.000 penduduk tahun 2015 sampai 2017 adalah 50,75; 77,96; 22,55). Lima subsistem yang berkaitan dengan penularan DBD yaitu manusia, virus dengue, nyamuk Aedes, lingkungan fisik, dan biologis. Penelitian tentang kelima subsistem dan berbagai upaya pengendalian telah dilakukan di Indonesia. Tulisan ini merupakan literature review yang membahas hal tersebut. Wilayah pencarian pada situs ejournal.litbang.kemkes.go.id, portalgaruda.org, e-resources.perpusnas.go.id, www.hindawi.com, www.researchgate.net, dan who.int dengan kata kunci Aedes aegypti dan Demam Berdarah Dengue. Beberapa penelitian menunjukkan hasil yang berbeda tergantung kondisi lokasi (iklim, ketinggian tempat, kondisi ekologi). Perilaku manusia terkait penggunaan obat anti nyamuk, virus dengue yang ditemukan di alam, Aedes sebagai vektor (tempat perkembangbiakan potensial, transovari, resistensi vektor terhadap insektisida), serta kondisi iklim (suhu dan kelembaban) yang mendukung turut berkontribusi terhadap kejadian DBD. Pengendalian vektor merupakan upaya penanggulangan DBD yang efektif. Penggunaan Bacillus thuringensis, Romanomermis iyengari dan Wolbachia, pembuatan repelen dan larvasida dari berbagai tanaman, peningkatan perilaku masyarakat terkait PSN, serta aplikasi teknik serangga mandul dikembangkan dari berbagai penelitian. Hasil-hasil penelitian tersebut dapat diadopsi sebagai alternatif untuk mengendalikan vektor dan dilaksanakan secara terpadu berdasarkan konteks lokal spesifik. Kata kunci: Aedes aegypti, demam berdarah, Indonesia, penelitian   ABSTRACT Incidence Rate/IR DHF in Indonesia 2015 to 2017 decreased 44.43%, although in 2016 there was an increase of 53.61% from incidence in 2015 (DHF IR per 100,000 population in 2015 until 2017 was 50,75;77,96; 22.55). Five subsystems related to DHF transmission are human, dengue virus, Aedes mosquito, physical and biological environment. Research on these five subsystems and various control efforts has been done in Indonesia. Literature review was used to discuss it in this article. Search area on the site ejournal.litbang.kemkes.go.id, portalgaruda.org, e-resources.perpusnas.go.id, www.researchgate.net, www.hindawi.com and who.int with keywords Aedes aegypti, Dengue Haemorhagic Fever. Several studies showed different results depending on the study site conditions (climatic,altitude,ecological conditions). Human behavior associated with the use of anti-mosquito, dengue virus, Aedes as a vector (potential breeding places, transovary phenomena, insecticide vector resistance), and climate conditions (temperature and humidity) that contribute to the incidence of DHF. Vector control is the most effective measure in DHF control program. The use of Bacillus thuringensis, Romanomermis iyengari, and Wolbachia, the manufactured repellents and larvasides from various plants, the improvement of eradication of mosquito breeding sites related community behavior, and the application of sterile insect techniques have been developed from various studies. The results of such research can be adopted as alternative to control vectors and implemented in integrated manner based on the specific local context. Keywords: Aedes aegypti, dengue fever, Indonesia, researchid-ID
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dc.publisherVector and Animal Borne Disease Control Unit of Banjarnegaraen-US
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dc.sourceBalaba; VOL 14, NO 1 JUN (2018); 85-94id-ID
dc.sourceBALABA: JURNAL LITBANG PENGENDALIAN PENYAKIT BERSUMBER BINATANG BANJARNEGARA; VOL 14, NO 1 JUN (2018); 85-94en-US
dc.subjectAedes aegypti; demam berdarah; Indonesia; Penelitianid-ID
dc.titleAspek Kekinian tentang Penelitian Demam Berdarah Dengue di Pulau Jawa dan Sekitarnyaid-ID
dc.typePeer-reviewed Articleen-US


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