PROFILE OF CHILDREN WITH DENGUE SHOCK SYNDROME IN GENERAL HOSPITAL CENTER OF SANGLAH DENPASAR PERIOD JANUARY 2012 - DECEMBER 2013
By : I Gusti Ngurah Agung Jayadhi Widyakusuma
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PENDIDIKAN DOKTER
Dengue virus infection is a main problem in tropical and subtropical country. Shock in DHF patient known as dengue shock syndrome (DSS). Shock profile is not found the same in every location or hospital. This study was conducted to determine child profile with dengue shock syndrome in Sanglah General Hospital period January 2012 until December 2013. This study was a retrospective study using secondary data which was the patients medical records at Sanglah General Hospital in the period January, 2011 until December, 2013. This study was conducted in July 2014. Profile were age, sex, address, race and nation, clinical findings, dan laboratory findings. All of the DSS patients was Indonesian, 28 patients (65,1%) addressed in Denpasar. Affects more man (53,4%). Mostly occured at age group of 5-10 years (53,5%). Low and high nutrition status each 15 patients (34,9%) and good nutritional status (30,2%). Clinical findings in this study was tachycardia (72,1%), hypothermia (32,6%), and hypotension (53,5%). Shock mostly occured in patient who had high hemoglobin count according to age (53,5%), hematocrit >42 vol% (74,4%), leucopenia 51,2%), and trombositopenia (97,7%). Serologic finding found 26 patients (60,5%) had IgM(-) dan IgG(+). DSS profile needs to be given more notice because of the symptom and laboratory findings can be very different from DHF.
Keyword : profile, dengue shock syndrome, age, gender, address, race and nation, clinical findings, laboratory findings