PROFIL PENDERITA MENINGITIS BAKTERI AKUT PADA ANAK DI RSUD DR SOETOMO SURABAYA PERIODE 1 JANUARI 2007­-31 DESEMBER 2008

ASTUTI, ROLA (2010) PROFIL PENDERITA MENINGITIS BAKTERI AKUT PADA ANAK DI RSUD DR SOETOMO SURABAYA PERIODE 1 JANUARI 2007­-31 DESEMBER 2008. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Background: The bacterial meningitis disease still becomes a prominent incident against children in the developing countries. It has high rate for death, sickness and disability, leading to its consideration as a very dangerous disease. Data collected throughout Indonesia cannot be ensured, but few cities report such cases. Objective: To search for the information about the description of acute bacterial meningitis disease against children treated at Dr Soetomo Surabaya General Hospital in the period of January 1 of 2007 to December 31 of 2008. Method: Retrospective descriptive, obtained from Health Medical Record of child­based acute bacterial meningitis in the period of January 1 of 2007 to December 31 of 2008. Results: Acute bacterial meningitis occurs at 0­14 years old children with 24 patients by inclusion criteria; at 0­≤12 months old children with 15 patients (62 %), 1­≤3 years old children with 4 patients (17 %), 3­≤5 years old children with 3 patients (13 %), 5­14 years old childrenwith 2 patients (18 %), male with 14 patients (58 %), female with 10 patients (42%), great nutrient status with 5 patients (21 %), good nutrient with 3 patients (12%), medium nutrient with 5 patients (21 %), less nutrient with 10 patients (42 %), bad nutrient with 1 patient (4 %). The occupation of patient’s parent will be: private worker with 15 patients (63 %), driver with 2 patients (8 %), laborer with 5 patients (21 %), and farmer with 2 patients (8 %). Some bacteria have been found with patient: Haemophylus influenzae with 14 patients, Escherichia coli with 4 patients, Candida with 4 patients, negative Stafilococcus coagulate with 4 patients, Streptococcus with 7 patients, Enterobacter aerogenes with 1 patient, Klebsiella pneumonia with 1 patient, Acineteobacter with 1 patient. Conclusion: The greatest rate of susceptible age may be at 0­≤ 2 months age, dominated by male with bad nutrient. The most defined parental occupation refers to the private worker. Hemophylus influenzae represents the most usually found bacterium at 0­≤12 months and 1­≤ 3 years.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medical Education
Depositing User: Rayi Tegar Pamungkas
Date Deposited: 02 Apr 2012 02:25
Last Modified: 02 Apr 2012 02:25
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/1502

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