PROFILES OF PATIENTS WITH TB-HIV COINFECTION IN RSUP SANGLAH BALI 2013
By : Dwi Alfian Heru Soraya
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PENDIDIKAN DOKTER
Tuberculosis and HIV were two infectious disease which its prevalens continue to rise. Both of these diseases and their causes could interact and affect each epidemiology. Some studies should be conducted to identify and measure the magnitude of the incidence and profile of TB-HIV co-infected patients, especially in Indonesia to address the threat of TB-HIV dual epidemic. This research was a descriptive study with retrospective design, medical records were used as a sample. The sample consist of 27 medical records of patients with HIV / AIDS co-infected tuberculosis the period from January to December, 2013 in Denpasar Sanglah Hospital. Overall group of HIV-TB co-infected patients most widely found in men with 21 (77.7%), and 15-35 years of age group with 15 people (55.5%). Distribution of patients that work was the highest, 23 people (85.1%) with the type of work that most private sector employees amounted to 16 (59.2%). Hb 10-12 g / dL was found in 13 patients (48.1%), CD4 cell count <100 cells / mL was found in 20 patients (74.07%). The highest number of per cent lymphocytes is less than 15 and between 15-40 as many as 13 patients (48.1%), BTA negative test results obtained in 21 (77.7%), and the most comorbidities was oral candidiasis with 18 patients (66.6%). The number of tuberculosis patients in 2013 at Sanglah Hospital in Denpasar amounted to 289 people, while 33 of them are TB-HIV co-infected patients with medical records of these patients as the study sample with an overview of patient profile that has been described in the results.
Keyword : TB, HIV, Coinfection