HBsAg, Anti HBs, AND Anti HCV PREVALENCE IN PRE CLINICAL STUDENTS OF MEDICINE FACULTY IN BALI PERIOD OF JANUARY 2013 - JUNE 2014
By : Krishna Murprayana
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PENDIDIKAN DOKTER
Hepatitis B and C is a deadly and contagious diseases. Indonesia is a developing country that has a high endemicity of hepatitis B. Hepatitis screening aimed to determine the presence or absence of hepatitis virus infection in a personís body, which can later be used to prevent infection by vaccination. The high risk factor of hepatitis infection in Indonesia is the main reason for population to do a screening procedure or early detection of hepatitis, especially hepatitis B and C. The aim of study is to determine the prevalence of student of the Faculty of Medicine with HBsAg, Anti-HBs and Anti-HCV positive. The design of this study was a descriptive cross-sectional. Data collected from secondary data by conducting the tabulation of the data screening. There were 302 samples analyzed data, consisting of 283 inclusion criteria and 19 exclusion criteria. Based on all the data that were inclusion, the sample consisted of 112 (39.6%) males and 171 (60.4%) women. From the 283 students of the Faculty of Medicine who have been screened, there are two students (0.7%) with positive HBsAg and 8 students (2.8%) with Anti-HBs positive. From the total sample of data, there is no medical students with Anti HCV positive. From the total of data, the sample consisted of female more than male. Students with HBsAg positive consisted of one male student and one female student, while the Anti-HBs positive consisted of female more than male.
Keyword : Screening, medical student, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HBsAg, Anti HBs, Anti HCV