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Journal Cover Buletin Penelitian Sistem Kesehatan
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  • Beban Penyakit (Dalys Loss) Di Indonesia dan Prediksi Wilayah Kepulauan
           Semiringkai Nusa Tenggara Timurr

    • Authors: Tati Suryati
      Abstract: Abstract Background: In Indonesia area of South East Nusa (SEN) and South Maluku are the area which is “semiringkai” of archipelago. The word 'semiringkai' means literally a state of archipelago with very dry climate approach that is somewhat less able to support the growth of vegetation. With the condition of the territory and influence of modernization at this point, it is necessary to know the disease burden in the region semiringkai community. Methods: A cross-sectional study design using data Riskesdas 2007 and 2013, to determine the prevalence of and changes in the burden of disease in Indonesia compared the people in NTT province. The calculation of DALYs loss (Disability Adjusted Life Year) is the summation of premature death (YLLs) and years lived with disability conditions (YLDs). Indonesia prediction of disease burden in 1990 and 2000 from IHME data used to support the description of the changes leading cause of death and burden of disease with associated risk faktors. Results: In 2010, six of the top ten causes of death cases due to non-communicable disease and DALYs loss of NCD cases tendency increased including road accidents. Overview of the proportion the disease burdens in the SEN semiringkai area the same or even higher than national picture, even worsened due the burden of infectious disease remains high (double burdens). Cardiovascular cases in SEN are predicted will continue to increase caused by the number of patients with hypertension (1 million), which exacerbated the high population (2.6 million) who consume cigarettes. Thereby triggering an increase in the number of deaths from cardiovascular disease. Conclusion: Control of health risk faktors for NCD cases is necessary as preventive measures and reduces the burden of disease in the territory of semiringkai, across sectors support is needed. Services of infectious diseases and improvement of contextual factors should also be further improved.   Abstrak   Latar belakang: Pada wilayah Nusantara kawasan Nusa Tenggara dan Maluku bagian Selatan merupakan satu-satunya kawasan semiringkai yang merupakan kepulauan. Kata 'semiringkai' berarti secara harfiah keadaan lahan atau iklim yang mendekati sangat kering sehingga agak kurang dapat mendukung pertumbuhan vegetasi. Dengan kondisi wilayah tersebut dan pengaruh moderenisasi pada saat ini., maka perlu diketahui beban penyakit masyarakat di wilayah semiringkai. Metode: disain studi potong lintang dengan menggunakan data Riskesdas 2007 dan 2013, untuk mengetahui prevalensi dan perubahan beban penyakit di Indonesia dibandingkan dengan masyarakat di Provinsi NTT. Perhitungan DALYs loss (Disability Adjusted Life Year ) adalah penjumlahan dari kematian prematur (YLLs) dan tahun hidup dengan kondisi disabilitas (YLDs). Prediksi beban penyakit Indonesia tahun 1990 dan 2000 berdasarkan data International Health Metric and Evaluation  juga digunakan untuk mendukung gambaran perubahan penyebab kematian tertinggi dan beban penyakit dengan faktor risiko terkait. Hasil: Tahun 2010 enam dari sepuluh penyebab kematian disebabkan oleh kasus PTM dan DALYs loss kasus PTM kecenderungannya meningkat termasuk kasus kecelakaan di jalan raya. Gambaran proporsi beban penyakit  di wilayah semiringkai NTT sama atau bahkan  lebih  tinggi dari gambaran nasional , bahkan diperberat adanya beban penyakit menular yang masih tinggi (double burdens). Kasus cardiovaskular di NTT diprediksi akan terus meningkat disebabkan  jumlah penderita hipertensi (1 juta lebih), yang diperberat tingginya penduduk ( 2,6 juta) yang  mengkonsumsi rokok. Sehingga memicu peningkatan jumlah kematian akibat penyakit cardiovasculer. Kesimpulan: Pengendalian faktor risiko kesehatan kasus PTM perlu dilakukan sebagai upaya preventif dan menurunkan beban penyakit di wilayah semiringkai, dukungan lintas sector sangat diperlukan. Pelayanan penderita penyakit menular dan perbaikan faktor kontektual juga harus lebih ditingkatkan.
      PubDate: 2017-01-27
      Issue No: Vol. 19 (2017)

    • Authors: Siti Sugih Hartiningsih, Suryani Soepardan, Yeti Hernawati, Weny Lestari
      Abstract: Latar Belakang: Permasalahan kematian ibu akibat persalinan hingga saat ini masih menjadi perhatian banyak pihak. Berbagai upaya telah dilakukan, namun angka kematian ibu masih tetap tinggi. Kesehatan fisik dan psikis ibu sangat menentukan terjadinya persalinan yang aman dan tidak beresiko. Senam hamil yang telah menjadi salah satu program di tingkat pelayanan dasar dapat dikombinasikan dengan aktivitas lain untuk meningkatkan ketenangan psikologis ibu. Seni Usik Wiwitan yang terdiri dari olah nafas dan olah tubuh (ngajurus) dan olah rasa (tumekung) dapat mempengaruhi kesehatan fisik dan psikis ibu. Tujuan: Penelitian ini ingin mengetahui pengaruh kombinasi senam hamil dan seni Usik Wiwitan terhadap kesehatan ibu hamil. Metode: Penelitian ini dilaksanakan di wilayah binaan Puskesmas Ibrahim Adjie Kota Bandung, yaitu Kelurahan Kebon Gedang dan Cibangkong, dengan total sampel 41 orang ibu hamil trimester III yang dalam kondisi sehat. Penetapan kelompok intervensi dan kontrol dilakukan dengan pengundian. Intervensi yang diberikan adalah senam hamil kombinasi dengan latihan seni Usik Wiwitan berupa ngajurus dan tumekung selama 16 kali pertemuan dalam 8 minggu, sedangkan kelompok kontrol hanya melakukan senam hamil saja dalam waktu yang sama. Parameter yang diukur adalah kondisi fisik dan psikis ibu berdasar pemeriksaan tekanan darah, kadar protein urine, kondisi edema pada tubuh ibu dan instrumen kecemasan yaitu State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI). Hasil: Hasil uji pre dan post test pada kelompok kontrol dan intervensi menunjukkan bahwa ada beda antara kelompok ibu hamil yang diintervensi dengan senam hamil kombinasi seni  Usik Wiwitan. Pada kelompok intervensi di pertemuan ke-8 dan ke-16 mengalami penurunan tekanan darah, protein urine dan tingkat kecemasan yang lebih signifikan dibandingkan dengan kelompok kontrol. Kesimpulan: Seni usik wiwitan yang merupakan kesenian asli Sunda memberikan pengaruh yang positif pada kondisi kesehatan fisik dan psikis ibu hamil trimester III hingga pada saat menjelang proses kelahiran. Saran: Seni usik wiwitan dapat dijadikan rujukan bagi program dinas kesehatan sebagai model intervensi berbasis budaya lokal untuk kehamilan yang sehat dan persalinan yang aman dan tidak beresiko. Background: The problem of maternal deaths due to childbirth is still a concern because even though many parties have made various efforts but maternal mortality remains high. Physical and psychological maternal health determine safe delivery. Pregnancy exercise that has become one of the programs at the level of basic services can combine with another activity that influence psychological health of pregnant women. The art of Usik Wiwitan consist of bodywork and breathing excercise, (ngajurus) and meditation (tumekung) can affect of maternal physical and psychological health. Objectives: This study investigated the effect of pregnancy exercise and Usik Wiwitan art to the pregnant women’s health. Methods: This study was conducted in two (2) PHC Ibrahim Adjie target area of ​​Bandung, which is Kebon Gedang and Cibangkong, with a total sample of 41 third trimester pregnant women in a healthy condition. The participants grouped into the intervention group and the control group randomly. The intervention group practiced pregnancy exercise combined with Usik Wiwitan art form (tumekung and ngajurus) during 16 sessions in 8 weeks, while the control group only practiced pregnancy exercise alone in the same time. Parameters measured were physical and psychological condition based on the mother's blood pressure, urine protein levels, the condition of edema in the mother's body and the instrument anxiety that the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI). Results: The results of the pre and post-test in the control group and the intervention showed that there is difference between the intervention and control group.  In the intervention group at the meeting of the 8th and the 16th decline in blood pressure, urine protein and anxiety levels are more significant compared to the control group. Conclusions: Usik Wiwitan art which is from native Sundanese arts have a positive influence on the physical and psychological health conditions of third trimester pregnant women up to the time before the birth process. Recommendation: The art of  Usik Wiwitan can be used as a reference for the Government’s health department unit  as a model of intervention program based on local wisdom for health pregnancy and safe delivery
      PubDate: 2017-01-26
      Issue No: Vol. 19 (2017)

    • Authors: Fx. Sintawati, Made Ayu Lely
      Abstract: Abstak:Latar Belakang: Provinsi Bangka Belitung merupakan wilayah dengan tingkat kerusakan gigi penduduknya tertinggi di Indonesia. Pada Riskesdas 2007 dilaporkan di Provinsi Bangka Belitung, penduduk usia 12 tahun ke atas pernah mengalami karies sebesar 86,8 % dan yang mengalami karies aktif yang belum memperoleh perawatan sebesar 50,8%. Dari penelitian terdahulu di Provinsi Bangka Belitung diketahui bahwa rata-rata 5 gigi per-orang pernah mengalami kerusakan meliputi 3,6 gigi dicabut, 0,35 gigi dibiarkan karies tanpa perawatan dan hanya 0,05 yang ditumpat.  Ini mengambarkan situasi layanan kesehatan gigi di Provinsi Bangka Belitung yang didominasi oleh pelayanan pencabutan gigi.  Tujuan dari penelitian adalah untuk mengetahui status kesehatan gigi dan pola berobat gigi di Provinsi Bangka Belitung. Metode: Penelitian dilakukan secara deskriptif dengan rancangan cross sectional (potong lintang), adapun  jumlah responden penelitian  adalah 1152 orang. Hasil: Status kesehatan gigi terendah (indeks DMF-T tertinggi)  pada  golongan usia > 60 tahun dimana pada perempuan lebih tinggi daripada laki-laki. Upaya untuk mengatasi  sakit  gigi atau kelainan gigi yang paling banyak  adalah dengan pencabutan gigi (77,6%), pemberian obat untuk menghilangkan rasa sakit (77,3%), konseling atau penyuluhan (34,8%), dan penambalan gigi (33,1%). Kesimpulan: Status kesehatan gigi di Provinsi Bangka Belitung sangat rendah, dengan indeks DMF-T yang sangat tinggi dijumpai pada golongan umur > 60 tahun, diikuti golongan umur  35-44 tahun. Upaya pengobatan yang dilakukan  lebih banyak pencabutan gigi, ini berarti upaya perawatan/pengobatan yang dilakukan masyarakat sudah sangat terlambat. Saran: Perlu peningkatan kemampuan pelayanan kesehatan gigi dan juga akses ke tempat pelayanan kesehatan gigi  karena ini berhubungan erat dengan kejadian karies gigiABSTRACT Background: Bangka Belitung Province is the region with the highest population rate of tooth decay in Indonesia. At Riskesdas 2007 it was reported in Bangka Belitung province, the population aged 12 years and over have experienced dental caries by 86.8% and those with active caries are not getting treatment of 50.8%. From previous studies in Bangka Belitung Province known that an average of 5 teeth per-person has experienced decay in the tooth are 3.6 pulled, 0.35 dental caries is left unattended and only 0.05 is filled. This portrait of the situation of dental services in Bangka Belitung Province which is dominated by the service extractions. The purpose of the study is to determine the status of dental health and dental treatment patterns in Bangka Belitung. Methods: It is a descriptive cross sectional design (cross-sectional), while the number of survey respondents are 1152 people. Results: The lowest dental health status (the highest DMF-T index) is in the are age group of > 60 years in which the women were higher than men. The most efforts to address a toothache or dental abnormalities tooth extraction (77.6%), the administration of drugs to relieve pain (77.3%), counseling (34.8%), and dental fillings (33.1%). Conclusion: The dental health status in Bangka Belitung province is very low, with the DMF-T index is very high seen in the age group of > 60 years, followed by 35–44 year of age group. Treatment efforts most are extractions, this means people is too late in seeking dental health care. Recommendation: need to improve dental health services quality and access ability to the dental health care facilities because this is closely related to the incidence of dental caries.
      PubDate: 2017-01-26
      Issue No: Vol. 19 (2017)

    • Authors: Mugeni Sugiharto, Ristrini Ristrini
      Abstract: Latar Belakang: Bayi dalam golden period (periode emas) sangat rentan terhadap berbagai penyakit menular, seperti tetanus neonatorum. Pemerintah Kabupaten Bangkalan mendukung kebijakan Elimination Maternal Neonatal Tetanus (EMNT) untuk menyelamatkan bayi dari infeksi tetanus neonatorum. Tujuan: identifikasi profil kasus tetanus pada bayi dalam mendukung kebijakan eliminasi tetanus di Kabupaten Bangkalan Provinsi Jawa Timur, Tahun 2012–2014. Metode: Studi menggunakan data sekunder tentang imunisasi Tetanus Toxoid dan Tetanus Neonatorum dari Dinas Kesehatan Kabupaten Bangkalan. Wawancara mendalam tentang pelaksanaan kebijakan EMNT kepada Penanggung jawab program imunisasi. Hasil: Setiap tahun terdapat kejadian tetanus neonatorum (TN) di Kabupaten Bangkalan sehingga menyebabkan kematian karena saat hamil ibunya tidak diimunisasi TT, persalinan ditolong oleh dukun, perawatan tali pusat tidak hygienes seperti penggunaan gunting yang tidak steril, penggunaan ramuan tradisional sebagai obat. Untuk mencegah kasus tetanus neonatorum, Kabupaten Bangkalan menetapkan kebijakan EMNT sebagaimana dituangkan dalam strategi operasional yang harus dilaksanakan semua petugas kesehatan terkait. Pelaksanaan kebijakan EMNT belum sesuai harapan, karena kejadian kasus TN setiap tahun, cakupan TT semakin rendah sebanyak 61,7% pada tahun 2012 menjadi 59,18% pada tahun 2014. Demikian imunisasi DPT untuk bayi semakin rendah yaitu sebesar 92,8% pada tahun 2012 menjadi 88,0% pada tahun 2014. Kesimpulan: Kabupaten Bangkalan rawan tetanus termasuk tetanus neonatorum, karena cakupan imunisasi TT pada ibu hamil dan DPT pada bayi yang terus menurun setiap tahun. Kebijakan eliminasi TN tepat untuk meningkatkan cakupan imunisasi dan mencegah terjadinya TN pada bayi di Kabupaten Bangkalan. Saran: Pengelola Program imunisasi harus lebih aktif mensosialisasikan imunisasi TT melalui pelayanan ANC kepada ibu hamil dan DPT pada bayi untuk mencegah kasus tetanus.ABSTRACT Background: Infants in their golden period are particularly vulnerable to infectious diseases, such as neonatal tetanus. Bangkalan District Government supports policy on Elimination Maternal Neonatal Tetanus (EMNT) to save infants from neonatal tetanus infection. The study aims to identify profiles of tetanus cases among infants for support the policy on EMNT in Bangkalan District, East Java Province year 2012–2014. Methods: The study used secondary data on Tetanus Toxoid immmunization and tetanus neonatorum from Bangkalan District Health Office. In Depth interview on the policy on EMNT for the Programmer of immunization. Result: Every year there were tetanus neonatorum cases in Bangkalan District that caused deats because their mothers were not immunized by TT during pregnancies, deliveries assisted by traditional birth attendants, unhygienic cord care such as unsterile scissors and using traditional herbs for curing. To prevent tetanus neonatorum, Bangkalan District issued policy on EMNT as in the operational strategies that must conducted by all related staffs. Implementation of the EMNT policy is not as expected because there were still TN cases are each year, TT coverage tended lower as 61.7% in 2012 to 59.18% in 2014. In accordance, DPT for infants were from 92.8% to 88.0% during the same. Conclusion: Bangkalan District are prone to tetanus, including tetanus neonatorum, due to declining coverages of TT immunization among pregnant women and DPT immunization among infants each year. The policy of tetanus neonatorum elimination was appropriate to increase immunization coverage and prevents TN among infants in Bangkalan. Suggestion: Programmer immunization should be more active to disseminate TT immunization through the ANC among pregnant women and DPT for infants to prevent tetanus cases. 
      PubDate: 2017-01-25
      Issue No: Vol. 19 (2017)

    • Authors: Pramita Andarwati, Syarifah Nuraini, Arief Priyo Nugroho
      Abstract: Background: Motivation of a medical doctor in the career preference has been developed during study, in which type of career determine is as to support health development. The study aimed to provide basic data describing medical students’ career preference and their based motivation. Methods: It was an observational study conducted during March to September 2014. Samples were all final-year medical students at Airlangga University period 2009. Data were collected by questionnaires and focus group discussions. Respondents were asked about career preference and motivation in choosing career path. The data were analyzed by chi-square and thematic content analysis. Results: The response rate was 95.2% (n = 180). Career as a clinician was preferred by the majority of respondents (62.2%), with the highest interest in internal medicine specialization (20.4%). Social background of students (the origin, parental education and profession, the source of funds), academic ability (IPK), experience during clinical rotation are not related to career choices (clinicians and non-clinicians). They expressed the balance of career and family lives, interest at particular field study and salary were reasons to choose a specialist. Conclusion: The main motivation in choosing career path is the balance of work and family life; interest in a particular field study and the salary. Recommendation: Academic institution, Medicine Faculty the University of Airlangga are expected to be able to motivate their students by improving the teaching methods and create an academic environment that supports the growth of interest in studying both the nonclinical and clinical medicine field study. AbstrakLatar Belakang: Motivasi seorang dokter dalam menentukan karir yang akan dipilihnya sudah terbentuk sejak masa studi di mana ragam karir yang dipilihnya sebagai upaya untuk mendukung pembangunan kesehatan. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menyediakan data dasar dalam menjelaskan pilihan karir mahasiswa dan motivasi yang mendasarinya. Metode: Jenis penelitian observasional yang dilakukan pada Maret hingga September 2014. Sampel adalah seluruh mahasiswa tingkat akhir Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Airlangga periode 2009. Pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan kuesioner dandiskusi kelompok terarah Responden ditanyakan tentang pilihan karier dan motivasinya. Analisis data menggunakan uji chi square dan thematic-content analysis. Hasil: Didapat response rate responden sebesar 95,2% (n = 180). Sebagian besar, 62,2% responden memilih karir sebagai klinisi di mana peminatan terbanyak (20,4%)adalah spesialis ilmu penyakit dalam. Sementara itu, latar belakang sosial mahasiswa (daerah asal, pendidikan akhir dan profesi orang tua, sumber dana untuk kuliah), kemampuan akademis (Indeks Prestasi Kumulatif) dan pengalaman selama masa pendidikan tidak berhubungan dengan pilihan karir (klinisi dan non klinisi). Diungkapkan bahwa keseimbangan karier dan kehidupan keluarga, minat pada bidang tertentu serta besaran penghasilan mendasari pemilihan spesialis. Kesimpulan: Motivasi utama yang mendasari pilihan karir adalah keseimbangan kehidupan pekerjaan dan keluarga, minat pada bidang tertentu serta besaran penghasilan. Saran: Institusi pendidikan, Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Airlangga diharapkan dapat memberikan motivasi kepada peserta didiknya melalui metode pengajaran yang menarik dan menciptakan lingkungan akademis agar mendukung tumbuhnya minat mempelajari ilmu kedokteran nonklinis dan klinis secara berimbang.  
      PubDate: 2017-01-25
      Issue No: Vol. 19 (2017)
  • Penerimaan Masyarakat dan Cakupan Pengobatan Massal Filariasis di
           Kecamatan Kodi Balaghar

    • Authors: Yona Patanduk, Rais Yunarko, Majematang Mading
      Abstract: ABSTRACTBackground: Mass Drugs Administration (MDA) of Filariasis is the effort for filariasis elimination. The first round of MDA is a reference for implementation future rounds of MDA. Coverage of treatment, community compliance and knowledge about filariasis are some things that need to be considered in implementation of the first round of MDA and  is an indicator the success of filariasis elimination. Kodi Balaghar is a sub-district  in South West Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara province which has Mf- rate 4.2% and received MDA for first round in 2013.Objective: to see how the acceptance of  Kodi Balaghar community on the first round implementation of MDA. Methods: Descriptive study  was conducted  from  April- November 2014 at five villages in Kodi Balaghar Sub-District  which received  MDA in 2013. The number of samples are 216 that calculating with  estimated proportion. Two hundred and four respondens were success interview using structure questionnaires  consisting of people who taking (100 respondens)  and did not taking the drug (104) based on data from primary health care. Results: Coverage of MDA 2013  in Kodi Balaghar Sub-District was 3% from total eligible population. There were 152 respondents did not know the implementation of MDA, 149 respondents were did not obtain information about MDA. All respondents who taking drugs, admitted to ingested the drug. The main reason of respondents for not taking drugs is they did not know there was implementation of MDA programe (71 respondents). The second reason of respondents is absent at the time of drugs distribution (33 respondents).Conclusion: Lack of knowledge and information of respondents about MDA and followed by  very low coverage.Recommendation: increased socialization as an effort to increase knowledge and information about MDA. ABSTRAK Latar Belakang: Pengobatan massal filariasis adalah upaya untuk eliminasi filariasis. Pengobatan massal filariasis periode pertama merupakan acuan pelaksanaan pengobatan massal periode selanjutnya. Cakupan pengobatan, kepatuhan masyarakat minum obat dan pengetahuan masyarakat tentang filariasis adalah beberapa hal yang perlu diperhatikan pada pelaksanaan pengobatan periode pertama dan merupakan indikator keberhasilan eliminasi filariasis. Kecamatan Kodi Balaghar merupakan wilayah di Kabupaten Sumba Barat Daya, Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur yang memiliki Mf-rate 4,2% dan baru menerima pengobatan massal periode pertama di tahun 2013. Tujuan: Penelitian ini bertujuan menentukan penerimaan masyarakat Kodi Balaghar, Kabupaten sumba Barat daya pada pelaksanaan pengobatan massal filariasis periode pertama. Metode: Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian observasional yang dilakukan dalam bulan April–November 2014 pada lima desa di Kecamatan Kodi Balaghar yang telah memperoleh pembagian obat pada pelaksanaan pengobatan massal filariasi periode 2013. Estimasi jumlah sampel diperoleh dengan perhitungan proporsi. Jumlah sampel yang berhasil diwawancarai Sebanyak 204 responden dipilih secara random. Data dikumpulkan dengan wawancara menggunakan kuesioner terstruktur, kepada masyarakat yang memperoleh obat massal dan yang tidak memperoleh obat pada tahun 2013 berdasarkan data puskesmas. Hasil: Cakupan pengobatan massal filariasis di Kecamatan Kodi Balaghar 3%. Sebanyak 152 responden menjawab tidak tahu pelaksanaan pengobatan massal filariasis, 149 responden tidak memperoleh informasi tentang pengobatan massal. Semua responden yang memperoleh obat mengaku minum obat yang diberikan. Adapun alasan utama, 71 responden tidak memperoleh obat adalah mereka tidak mengetahui pelaksanaan pengobatan massal filariasis, diikuti 33 responden tidak berada di tempat saat pembagian obat berlangsung. Kesimpulan: Pengetahuan responden dan informasi tentang pengobatan massal filariasis sangat kurang diikuti cakupan pengobatan massal filariasis yang sangat rendah. Saran: peningkatan sosialisasi sebagai upaya meningkatkan pengetahuan dan informasi tentang pengobatan massal filariasis.
      PubDate: 2017-01-19
      Issue No: Vol. 19 (2017)

    • Authors: Eva Sulistiowati, Dina Bisara Lolong, Lamria Pangaribuan
      Abstract: ABSTRACTBackground: Cancer is the third leading cause of death in the world and the incidence is increase each year. In fulfilling the statistics cause of death is necessary to recorded causes of death that meets international standards and described the community data. Methods: Formulir Keterangan Penyebab Kematian (FKPK) is an instrument for recording causes of death with the criteria of the International Classification of Diseases-10 (ICD-10) recommended by World health Organization (WHO). The data collection is done by filling FKPK since January 1 to December 31, 2011 in 15 districts/cities in Indonesia. Underlying cause of death is determined based on the rules in the mortality statistics. Data classified by tabular list 1 and analyzed with SPSS. Results: Cancer cause of death in 15 districts/cities which occurred in 2011 amounted to 2433 cases. The proportion of deaths due to cancer is greater in women than in men (53.3%, 46.7%) and death at home is higher than in the hospital (62.2%, 37.8%). The highest proportion of cancer cause of death in men is hepatoma (17.5%), lung cancer (15.5%). Whereas in women is breast cancer (26.0%), cervical cancer (16.2%) and hepatoma (6.5%). The proportion cancer on children aged ≤18 years most are leukemia (44.05%). Conclusion: The incidence of cancer in Indonesia is quite high. Cancer can be prevented, it is necessary for promotive and preventive efforts to prevent cancer by applying the Clean and Healthy Behaviors and CERDIK.ABSTRAK Latar Belakang: Kanker merupakan penyakit penyebab kematian ketiga di dunia setelah penyakit infeksi dengan insidensi yang terus meningkat setiap tahunnya. Dalam memenuhi statistik penyebab kematian tersebut perlu pencatatanpenyebab kematian yang memenuhi standar internasional dan menggambarkan data seluruh masyarakat. Metode: FormulirKeterangan Penyebab Kematian (FKPK) merupakan instrumen pencatatan penyebab kematian yang memenuhi kriteriaInternational Classification of Diseases-10 (ICD-10) yang direkomendasikan oleh WHO. Pengumpulan data kematian dilakukan dengan mengisi FKPK sejak 1 Januari–31 Desember 2011 di 15 kabupaten/kota di Indonesia. Kemudian ditentukan penyebab dasar kematian berdasarkan aturan dalam statistik kematian. Hasil: Kematian yang disebabkan karena kanker di 15 kabupaten/kota yang terjadi pada tahun 2011 berjumlah 2433 kasus. Proporsi kematian karena kanker lebih besar (53,3%) pada perempuan dibandingkan dengan (46,7%) laki-laki, kejadian kematian di rumah lebih banyak di banding di Rumah Sakit (62,2%, 37,8%). Penyebab kematian karena kanker terbesar pada laki-laki adalah (17,5%) malignant neoplasm of liver and intrahepatic bile duct, sedangkan pada perempuan adalah (26,0%) malignant neoplasm of breast. Pada anak usia 0–18 tahun proporsi kematian terbanyak adalah (4405%) leukemia. Kesimpulan: Kejadian kanker di Indonesia cukup tinggi. Kanker dapat dicegah sehingga perlu upaya promotif dan preventif dengan cara menerapkan PHBS dan CERDIK.
      PubDate: 2016-04-29
      Issue No: Vol. 19 (2016)
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