6 PROGRAM POKOK PUSKESMAS EBOOK

6 PROGRAM POKOK PUSKESMAS EBOOK

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Among Indonesian children up to 2 years of age, the incidence of pneumonia was reported as 21 cases per child-years, with an acute respiratory infection-specific mortality rate of 33 per live births [ 4 ]. These findings are similar to other studies from Asia, where the incidence of lower respiratory tract infection in this age group has ranged from 10 per child-years to 57 per child-years of observation [ 5 — 7 ].

Although data are limited for older adults, researchers in other countries in the region and worldwide have reported that pneumonia is 6 program pokok puskesmas significant contributor to mortality 6 program pokok puskesmas this population [ 8 — 11 ].

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Further, individuals of any age with underlying health conditions, such as chronic respiratory or cardiac disease, as well as pregnant women, are at an increased risk of severe illness from influenza viruses and other respiratory infections [ 12 — 15 ].

Acute respiratory illness can result from respiratory infections caused by a wide range of pathogens, which may vary by age group and time of year, as well as by other factors such as indoor and 6 program pokok puskesmas air pollution [ 1617 ].

6 PROGRAM POKOK PUSKESMAS EBOOK

In 6 program pokok puskesmas, attention has focused upon sporadic cases of severe respiratory illness caused by human infection with highly pathogenic avian influenza HPAI A H5N1 virus [ 1819 ]. Possible explanations for this high case fatality include delay in diagnosis and treatment, low clinical suspicion for milder illnesses, and virus characteristics [ 21 ].

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Surveillance data suggest that seasonal influenza is an important 6 program pokok puskesmas health problem in Indonesia, but influenza disease burden data are lacking [ 22 ].

Although the burden of respiratory illness among those seeking care at hospitals and clinics can be estimated through health facility-based surveillance, this methodology will underestimate disease burden, as not all sick individuals seek care at these facilities.

Healthcare utilization surveys HUS that ask individuals about where they seek care for acute respiratory illness, and also assess obstacles to and delays in care-seeking, have been conducted 6 program pokok puskesmas a number of countries [ 23 — 30 ].

In Indonesia, a diverse country of more than million people and 17, islands, divided into 34 6 program pokok puskesmas [ 3132 ], there is a wide variety of healthcare options.

These include government and private hospitals, government clinics puskesmasprivate doctors, pharmacies, and traditional healers dukuns. Factors associated with healthcare-seeking behaviors include age and socioeconomic status, access to different facilities, and perceived severity of illness [ 3334 ].

Understanding healthcare-seeking behaviors for respiratory illness can help improve estimations of disease burden as well as public health interventions to control respiratory disease in Indonesia.

The objective of this study was to describe healthcare-seeking behaviors for respiratory illnesses in two communities located in the 6 program pokok puskesmas part of the main island of Java, Indonesia, and to explore the factors that affect care seeking. The two sites were selected to provide both urban East Jakarta and rural Bogor representation.

Materials and methods 2. Study population and survey design This cross-sectional study was conducted in two areas: Public health programs targeting respiratory disease in this region should account for care at private hospitals and clinics, as well as illnesses that are treated at home, in order to capture the true 6 program pokok puskesmas of illness in these communities.

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Healthcare-seeking behavior, Indonesia, Respiratory illness 1. Introduction Acute respiratory infections are common in Indonesia, and can result in hospitalization and death, particularly among young children, older adults, and other high-risk groups [ 1 — 3 ].

Among Indonesian children up to 2 years of age, the incidence of pneumonia was reported as 21 cases per child-years, with an acute respiratory infection-specific mortality rate of 33 per live births [ 4 ].

These findings are similar to other studies from Asia, where the incidence of lower respiratory tract infection in this age group has ranged from 10 per child-years to 57 per child-years of observation [ 5 — 7 ].

Although data are limited for older adults, researchers in other countries in the region and worldwide have reported that pneumonia is a significant contributor to mortality in this population [ 8 — 11 ]. Further, individuals of any age with underlying 6 program pokok puskesmas conditions, such as chronic respiratory or cardiac disease, as well as pregnant women, are at an increased risk of severe illness from influenza viruses and other respiratory infections [ 12 — 15 ].

Acute respiratory illness can result from respiratory infections caused by a wide range of pathogens, which may vary by age group and time of year, as well as by other factors such as indoor and outdoor air pollution [ 1617 ].

In Indonesia, attention has focused upon sporadic cases of severe respiratory illness caused by human infection with highly pathogenic avian influenza HPAI A H5N1 virus [ 1819 ].