CHARACTERISTIC SYPHILIS IN DERMATOLOGY AND VENEREOLOGY CLINIC SEXUAL TRANSMITTED DISEASE SUB DIVISION SANGLAH HOSPITAL/MEDICAL FACULTY UDAYANA PERIOD JANUARY 2011-DESEMBER 2013
By : Surya Adisthanaya
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PENDIDIKAN DOKTER
Syphilis is a sexual transmitted disease, which is cause by the bacterium Treponema pallidum, that can transmitted by sexual intercourse and can transmitted from mother to fetus (vertical transmission). Aims of this study are to describe the characteristics of syphilis in dermatology and venereology clinic sexual transmitted disease sub division Sanglah Hospital/Medical Faculty Udayana period January 2011-December 2013. Method of this study are descriptive cross-sectional, total sampling technique by using secondary data from clinic records in dermatology and venereology clinic sexual transmitted disease sub division Sanglah Hospital/Medical Faculty Udayana period January 2011-December 2013. The results of this study is 35 patients with syphilis in which the number of males were 30 (85.7 %) is higher than women by 5 (14.3 %), the highest group are the age group 25 to 44 years were 21 (60 %), the highest syphilis stage group is the group stage of secondary syphilis were 19 (54.3 %), and the number of new cases were 24 (68.6 %) higher than the old cases were 11 (31.4 %). It can conclude that syphilis cases in Sanglah Hospital have characteristic features vary in each variable. The results of this study can be use as a basis for further research to cases of syphilis.
Keyword : Syphilis, Characteristic, Secondary Data