Identify of Plasmodium Malaria, Parasite Density, and Associated with Demographic Factors of Kanda Commnity Health Center, Waibu, Jayapura District, Papua ProvinceJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2018-07-05
Authors : Yohanna Sorontou;
Page : 788-791
Keywords : Pfalciparum; Pvivax; P malariae; Malaria with mix infection Pf+Pv; Kanda Community Health Center;
Background Malaria is poses of major public health problem in Papua. Bite by Anopheles Mosquito carried Plasmodium species which was transmitted into human body. Objective of this study is to determin malaria cases based on parasite density and demographic factors in Kanda Community Health Center Waibu, Jayapura. Methods type of study is descriptive research which used cross sectional design. Result Total sample of this research were 118 positive involve falciparum malaria as much 80 (67.80 %) more higher than vivax malaria as much 30 (25.43), malariae malaria as much 5 (4.24 %) and mix malaria of (Pf +Pv) patients, respectively. Conclusion Falciparum malaria was found higher than vivax malaria, malariae malaria and malaria with mix infection (Pf+Pv) at Sosiri village higher than Doyo lama. The age of incidents were 0-9 years old, 10-20 years old more over 20 years old with genders of male generally. Most of them having parasite density level +1 more higher than level +4, +3 dan +2. There is significant relationship between malaria cases with parasite density and demographic factors except gender as cause of malaria can attack both male and female.
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