PREVALENCE OF IgG REACTIVE HELICOBACTER PYLORI WITH ENZYME LINKED FLUORESCENCE ASSAY EXAMINATION IN RSUP SANGLAH DENPASAR
By : Jeffry Kristiawan
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PENDIDIKAN DOKTER
Helicobacter pylori is a bacterium that commonly infects the gastrointestinal tract and is a major cause of gastrointestinal disorders. The high prevalence because of non-specific clinical manifestation and asymptomatic. Indonesia as developing country had prevalence reached 90-100%. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of IgG Helicobacter pylori in the Sanglah Hospital Denpasar. The study was conducted with a cross-sectional descriptive design. Data retrieved from the medical records of patients undergoing ELFA examination at the Sanglah Hospital since September-October 2014, and then grouped by age and sex. The results by age group, it was found in the age group 46-65 years had the highest number of cases reached 23 people, with a reactive result 4 people (17.4%), non-reactive 17 people (73.9%) and equivocal 2 people (8.7 %). In the age group >65 years had a number of cases reached 21 people, with a reactive result 4 people (19%), non-reactive 15 people (71.4%) and equivocal 2 people (9.5%). The age group 26-45 has a number of cases reached 14 people with a reactive result 3 people (21.4%), non-reactive 10 people (71.4%) and equivocal 1 people (7.1%). The age group 12-25 years were reported 3 cases with non-reactive results 3 people (100%). By sex showed 37 (60.6%) men and 24 (39.4%) women. It was concluded that the age group ?46 years had a highest number of cases and prevalence, while by sex do not different so much. Further studies are needed with a longer period of time to determine the distribution by month of the year.
Keyword : IgG helicobacter pylori, ELFA, reactive