IgM AND IgG SEROLOGY PATTERNS ON DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER (DHF) IN SANGLAH HOSPITAL CENTER, DENPASAR, BALI ON AUGUST TO SEPTEMBER 2014
By : Ni Nyoman Lidya Trisnadewi
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PENDIDIKAN DOKTER
Dengue is a disease that is still a public health problem. The diagnosis of DHF can be determined from the clinical picture and investigations. One of the investigations that can be done is serology. In serology will get the body's immune response against dengue virus. Which the body will produce IgM and IgG antibodies. These antibodies can determined the type of infection, such as primary and secondary infection. This is a cross sectional study with descriptive methods. The data obtained by reviewing patient data directly in Sanglah Hospital laboratory who hospitalized on August until September 2014. Subjects numbered are 36 patients. Then the data presented in tabular and narrative form. IgM and IgG serology data grouped according to the pattern of dengue infection. From 36 samples obtained, 17 of men (47%) and 19 women (53%). Adolescent patients by age group (12-25 years) had the highest number of 13 people (36%). From the obtained data, positive IgM serology is 3 people (8%), IgG 14 people (39%). As well as IgM and IgG positive 19 (53%). Suffering patients from primary infection were 3 people (8%) and 33 people (92%) secondary infection. It can be concluded that secondary infection had a higher prevalence to be Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) and Dengue Shock Syndrome (SSD) rather than a primary infection.
Keyword : Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF), Serology Investigation, Primary Infection, Secondary Infection