FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI KEJADIAN MALARIA DI INDONESIA ( ANALISIS DATA RISKESDAS 2007)

Amrul Munif

FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI KEJADIAN MALARIA DI INDONESIA ( ANALISIS DATA RISKESDAS 2007)

Abstract


Malaria in Indonesia is a public health problem. The prevalence still have a tendency to increase
in all province in Indonesia. Many factors are influencing the malaria incident among other the
environment, physicall, biologic or social in a place. The purpose of this analysis is to learn and find factors
influencing malaria incident. Sources of data were from the riskesdas 2007. Varibel used for the purpose of
this analysis were age, gender, individual occupation, used bednet, breed cattle and malaria
prevalence.Data analyse was conducted in Logit (Logistik Biner) model or nonlinier model. The result on
analyse showed that respondents of age deferent have significance corelation with risk probability malaria
incident in one month to finish.The risk of having incident malaria of group adult age 1,30 times more
compared of risk to have group adult old, and the risk probability malaria incident of group young age are
1,279 times compared to group adult age (60 th).The probability to have deferent of gender not significance
correlation betwen women and man. Malaria incident of worker on famer or fisherman department with
high risk are 1,22 times more of risk to compared worker other. Malaria incident of human being sleeping
not with bednet high risk are 0,646 times more compared of risk to compared sleeping with bednet.The risk
of having malaria incident of breed cattle indoor with high risk are 1,246 times more compared of risk to
have compared of breed cattle oudoor.
Keywords: Malaria Incident, Age, Gender, Worker, Breed Cattle

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