Housing Environment Health Effects on the Incidence Rate of Dengue Haemorragic Fever Based on Generalized Poisson Regression Models at West Java (Riskesdas' Further Analysis 2013)

Endang Puji Astuti • Hubullah Fuadzy • Heni Prasetyowati
Journal article Buletin Penelitian Sistem Kesehatan • 2016 Indonesia

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Background: Dengue incidence has increased since 2000, in 2013 Incidence Rate of Dengue reached 50.55%o.Oneof the factors increase on the cases of disease is a residential community environment health. This study was aimed toanalize housing environment health effects on the Incidence Rate of DHF at West Java in 2013. Methods: Analysis ofsecondary data using Poisson regression test.The population in study is all common household residing in the 27 districtof West Java, and the samples that is 958 BS with 23.694 household (RR 98,9%). Results: of the analysis of environmenthealth component effects of the incidence rate of DHF is waste handling manner, waste water disposal, container driningmanner and with models Y = exp.(5,290 + 0,023 P7 + 0,006 P8–0,008 P11). Physical environment components thataffects the incidence rate of DHF is the use of the living room, and its ventilation with models Y = exp.(2,088 + 0,073 P24 +0,023 P27). Conclusion: According to GPR model physical environment education is assosiated to incidence of Dengue.Recommendation: We needs to educate people about the physical environment in residential areas in terms of arrangementof the room, ventilation and administration of environmental health that dengue cases in West Java may be on tap.




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