RELATIONSHIP OF BEHAVIOR AND SCHOOLS SANITATION WITH SELF HYGIENE SOIL-TRANSMITTED HELMINTHS INFECTION IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASS III-VI NO. 5 DELOD PEKEN TABANAN YEAR 2014
By : Ni Luh Gede Dian Ratna Dewi
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PENDIDIKAN DOKTER
Worm infection caused by the Soil Transmitted Helminths (STH) is a public health problem in Indonesia. Total Soil Transmitted Helminths infection is very much in Southeast Asia, including Indonesia. The geographical position of Indonesia's tropical climate suitable for the development of the parasite. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between themselves and their hygiene behavior environmental sanitation with the incidence of soil-transmitted Helminths in Primary School No. 5 delod Peken Tabanan. In addition, to determine the prevalence, types of worms and self hygiene relationship with STH worm infection. This study is an observational analytic study with cross-sectional study to assess the relationship de- worming Soil Transmitted Helminths due to infection (STH) with hygienic behavior and school sanitation. The results of the 105 samples were obtained in 69 (65.7%) children in the category of good hygiene themselves and 36 (34.3%) children in the category of bad hygiene. It can be seen that there are two (25%) children with good self hygiene, the probes positive feces of infected sth. While children with poor hygiene and infected by STH number of 6 (75%) children. Based on the chi-square test P value 0.012 obtained which means that there is a significant correlation between the incidence of self hygiene worm infection STH. Based on direct observation Elementary School No. 5 delod Peken Tabanan, this school has a page that has been made of cement which is considered to reduce the risk of STH-infected children because it reduces the child's contact with the ground.
Keyword : STH, self hygiene, school sanitation