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Jurnal Penelitian Medika Eksakta

ISSN 1411-6626

Vol. 8 / No. 2 / Published : 2009-08

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Original Article :

Risk factors of communication of malaria in areas divided by administrative boundaries

Author :

  1. Hari Basuki Notobroto*1
  2. Atik Choirul Hidajah*2

Abstract :

ABSTRACT The objectives of this study were to identify relationship of demographic factors and social factors with malaria incidence in areas divided by administrative boundaries, and to develop a model of effect of demographic and social factors on malaria incidence in areas divided by administrative boundaries. The design of this study was case control, conducted in 3 malaria endemic villages Prigi and Tasik Madu (Watulimo subdistrict, Trenggalek Regency) and Keboireng (Besuki Sudbistrict, Tulungagung Regency). Population of cases was community in study areas those had symptoms of malaria and positive result of laboratory examination in year 2005. Population of control was community in study area those were not suffered from malaria in the same period with ratio case : control 1:2. Independen variables were age, gender, education level, occupation, knowledge, attitude, practice and mobility. Data was collected by interview using questionnaires. Most of respondents were male, low education level, occupation as farmers or fishers, and had history of contact with malaria patients. Mobility of cases was higher than control. Most of respondent in control group were immobile. The result of this study revealed that there were 2 variables influenced the occurance of malaria, mobility and history of contact with malaria patient. Based on the result, it could be developed a model of effect of demographic and social factors on malaria incidence in areas divided by administrative boundaries with formula as followed: Prob (malaria) = 1/(1 + e1,609-0,915Contact-1,113Mobility)

Keyword :

malaria, areas divided by administrative boundaries,


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