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dc.creatorSembiring, Wulan Sari Rasna Giri; Balai Litbang P2B2 Tanah Bumbu Kementerian Kesehatan RI
dc.date2015-12-04
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dc.date.available2019-12-17T08:44:31Z
dc.identifierhttp://ejournal.litbang.depkes.go.id/index.php/jhecds/article/view/5461
dc.identifier10.22435/jhecds.v1i1.5461.27-31
dc.identifier.urihttp://r2kn.litbang.kemkes.go.id:8080/handle/123456789/82580
dc.descriptionAbstract.Worm disease caused by Soil Transmitted Helminth infection is a disease that is still a health problem in Indonesia, one of which is a hookworm infection with the clinical symptoms were include listlessness, decreased concentration, pale and anemic that will have a direct impact on work productivity. This study aimed to describe the proportion of the hookworm infection incidence and anemia in traditional diamond mine workers. The research was a observational study with cross-sectional design and was conducted in the Sungai Tiung Village on March to October 2014. The subject of research is the traditional diamond as many as 129 people by purposive sampling. Data collected by a survey on the parasite examination of stool samples, examination of hemoglobin, nutritional status with anthropometric measurements, and interviews related to defecation and use of footwear behavior. The result were analyzed using descriptive analysis. The average age of respondents in the productive age and 59.7% of respondents with terms of between 1-5 years. Respondents who suffer from hookworm infection only 6 (4.7%) and who were anemic is 8 (6.2%). A total of 29.4% of respondents with thin nutritional status and 18.6% said BAB around the workplace and most do not use footwear at work (86.9%). Conditions are still finding workers who were infected with hookworm anemia requiring an increase in health promotion of local health services related to a clean and healthy living behavior and awareness of nutritional needs.Keywords: Infection, hookworm, anemic, mine workerAbstrak.Penyakit kecacingan yang diakibatkan oleh infeksi Soil Transmitted Helminth merupakan salah satu penyakit yang masih menjadi masalah kesehatan di Indonesia, salah satunya adalah infeksi cacing tambang dengan gejala klinik infeksi antara lain lesu, kurang konsentrasi, pucat, dan anemia yang berdampak pada menurunnya produktivitas kerja. Penelitian ini bertujuan mengetahui proporsi kejadian infeksi cacing tambang dan anemia pada pekerja tambang intan tradisional. Jenis penelitian ini adalah penelitian observasional dengan desain potong lintang dan dilaksanakan di Kelurahan Sungai Tiung Kecamatan Cempaka Kota Banjarbaru pada bulan Maret-Oktober 2014. Subjek penelitian adalah penambang intan tradisional di Kelurahan Sungai Tiung sebanyak 129 orang yang dipilih secara purposif. Pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan survei pemeriksaan parasit pada sampel tinja, pemeriksaan hemoglobin, dan pengukuran status gizi dengan antropometri, serta wawancara terkait perilaku buang air besar dan penggunaan alas kaki. Hasil penelitian dianalisis secara deskriptif. Rata-rata umur responden pada usia produktif dan 59,7 % responden dengan masa kerja antara 1-5 tahun. Responden yang menderita infeksi cacing tambang hanya 6 orang (4,7%) dan yang mengalami anemia 8 orang (6,2%). Sebanyak 29,4% responden dengan status gizi yang kurus dan 18,6 % menyatakan BAB di sekitar tempat kerja serta sebagian besar tidak menggunakan alas kaki pada saat bekerja (86,9%). Kondisi masih ditemukannya pekerja yang terinfeksi cacing tambang disertai anemia membutuhkan adanya peningkatan promosi kesehatan dari pelayanan kesehatan setempat terkait dengan perilaku hidup bersih dan sehat serta kesadaran akan kebutuhan gizi.Kata kunci: infeksi hookworm, cacing tambang, anemia, pekerja tambangen-US
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dc.publisherBalai Litbang P2B2 Tanah Bumbuen-US
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dc.sourceJHECDs: Journal of Health Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases; Vol 1, No 1 (2015): JHECDs Vol.1, No.1, Des 2015; 27-31en-US
dc.titleHubungan kejadian infeksi cacing tambang dengan anemia pada pekerja tambang intan tradisional Kelurahan Sungai Tiung Kecamatan Cempaka Kota Banjarbaru tahun 2014en-US
dc.typePeer-reviewed Articleen-US


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