Nurlaili Farida Muhajir
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Persentase Pediculosis capitis pada Anak Usia 9-12 Tahun di RW XI Kampung Gampingan Kota Yogyakarta Nurlaili Farida Muhajir; Desto Arisandi; Yuliana Prasetyaningsih
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 2 No 1 (2015): Journal of Health - January 2015
Publisher : LPPM STIKES Guna Bangsa

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (239.983 KB) | DOI: 10.30590/vol2-no1-p42-47

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Background : Pediculosis capitis disease can be found all over the world without the restrictions of age, gender, race, economic status, and social status. Pediculosis capitis mainly affects young children and quickly spread in a dense environment such as dorm, orphanages, large cities and densely populated elementary school with bad hygiene, such behavior is rarely clean the hair. Factors that can help spread Pediculus humanus capitis infestation is socio-economic factors, level of knowledge, personal hygiene, environment, and individual characteristics (age, hair length, and hair type). Methods : This was descriptive study. The population in this study was children who were stayed in kampung Gampingan kota Yoyakarta. Sample was taken by purposive sampling with criteria of inclusion and exclusion. The instrument used laboratory examination about Pediculus humanus capitis with direct examination. Analysis of data used univariate analysis. Result & Conclusion : Pediculosis capitis children who have age 9-12 years in Kampung Gampingan RW XI Yogyakarta was 86.84%.
Helminth Infection of Children in Ngemplak Seneng Village Klaten Fitri Nadifah; Desto Arisandi; Nurlaili Farida Muhajir
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 3 No 1 (2016): Journal of Health - January 2016
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Helminth infection remains one of health problems of Indonesian people for years. The tropical condition of Indonesian climates with high level humidity has believed to be the one of factors that increase the number of this infection cases. Based of many studies, the number of helminth infections is related to the poor of hygiene and sanitation. This study is conducted to know the percentages of helminth infections among 0-14 years old children in Dusun Ngemplak, Desa Ngemplak Seneng, Klaten and also their personal hygiene with questionaire instruments. To know helminth infection in subjects, we examine faeces sample with simple method and 1% eosin dye. As the results of examination, we found Trichuris trichiura egg in three samples. This might related to the poor of their hygienic behaviors. Some of the behavior such as wash hand before eating and after defecation, use sandal or shoes when playing, consume helminthic drug for last 6 months, and defecate in toilet has shown percentage under 70%. Other behaviors such as cutting and cleaning nails and use a spoon when eating has shown percentage above 70%.
Potensi Infusa Daun Sirsak (Annona Muricata) Sebagai Daya Larvasida Larva Aedes aegypti Desto Arisandi; Maria Theresia Doe Bay; Nurlaili Farida Muhajir
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 4 No 1 (2017): Journal of Health - January 2017
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Background: Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) which is caused by dengue virus remains a global health problem that belongs to Indonesia also. Transmission works through the bite of female Aedes aegypti. An attempt is developing bioinsecticide with no harm which is involved to vector control such as leaves of the soursop (Annona muricata) that contains active substances such as saponins, tannins, and alkaloids that serves as larvicides. Aims: This research attempted to discover soursop leaves infuse with various concentrations served as larvacide to mortality of larva of A. aegypti. Method: This was a quasi-experimental research with posttest group design which conducted in parasitology laboratory of Poltekkes Kemenkes Yogyakarta. The subjects of research that infuse soursop leaves with a concentration of 15% and 20%, while the object of research is the number of deaths the third instar larvae of A. eagypti after addition of various concentrations of soursop leaf infusion. Result: Larvicidal activity test soursop leaf infusion using 15% concentration can kill larvae of A. aegypti by 75%, while 20% concentration can kill larvae of A. aegypti by 85%. Statistical analysis using ANOVA test is known that administration of soursop leaves infuse a significant influence against A. aegypti larvae mortality (p <0.001). Conclusion: Soursop leaves infuse with a concentration of 15% and 20% having a larvicidal activity of A. aegypti.