111 cases of DHF found in DKI


Bogor City Health Station Rain Season: Number of 2018 Cases of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever Drops

The number of dengue cases in Bogor in 2018 decreased compared to in 2017.

JACARTA – As of January 14, 2019, there were 111 cases of dengue (DHF) in all DKI's in Jakarta.

"The incidence of dengue fever in January 2019 through January 14 reported 111 cases of dengue fever or an average of one person per 100,000 inhabitants," said DKI deputy head Jakarta Health Service Khafifah Any in Jakarta on Monday. / 01).

However, any added there were no reports of casualties of the case.

Any of the data that has, in the last three years, the cases of dengue in DKI have decreased significantly.
In 2016, from January to December 31, there were 20,432 dengue cases or an average of 198.80 per 100,000 inhabitants, with 14 deaths (0.07%).

From January to December 31, 2017 were registered 3,362 cases or an average of 32.41 per 100,000 inhabitants with one death (0.03%).

In 2018, in the same period, there were 2,947 cases of dengue or 28.15 per 100,000 inhabitants, with two deaths (0.07%).

To prevent this case from spreading, Jakarta's DKI Health Office urges residents to promote mosquito nets (PSN) eradication in all homes. "And also by applying the 3M Plus standard in homes," he said.

Meanwhile, the Bogor City Health Office, West Java, recorded 11 cases of DHF during January 2019, which were distributed in several regions.

"From January 1 to date, there have been 11 cases of DHF, more recently DHF residents have reported positive cases in the suburb of Cilendek, west of Bogor," said Denny Prasetyo, Head of the Department of Prevention, Control of Infectious Diseases and Solvents (P3MS). City of Health of Bogor, Monday (14/01).

When compared to the previous period, in 2018 the number of dengue cases throughout January was 41 cases, and in 2017 there were 127 cases. Even if it is not a month ago, the Bogor City Health Department is attempting to reduce the number of dengue cases by educating the public to make effective 3M plus mosquito nets eradication (PSN) and by activating the monitoring team larvae in each house.

According to Denny, almost all urban villages in the city of Bogor were classified as endemic areas of red status, only two villages in the district of South Bogor were still yellow or potential. He said that of the 11 cases that received medical treatment, some were sent home and some were still being treated.

"The report we received is improving, there have been no reports of dengue death," he said. In order for cases of dengue not to spread further, the Office of Health conducted prevention efforts by activating Mosquito Nest Restrictions (PSN) in each region.

Quantity decreasing

In addition, the Office of Health of the city of Bogor, West Java, noted that the number of dengue cases in 2018 decreased compared to 2017. "In 2017 there were 861 cases of dengue, 2018 fell to 742 cases," Denny said.

Not only did the number of cases decline, but the number of patients died because DHF also fell. If in 2017 there were six people killed because of the FHD, in 2018 there were only three people.

"We continue to strive to prevent the occurrence of dengue, carry out prevention in the region and a rapid reporting system, so that patients are treated properly," Denny said.

Despite having suffered a decrease in numbers, but when seen from the trend of dengue cases in 2017 and 2018, there was an increase in cases per month, especially at the end of 2018.

Based on data from the Bogor City Health Department, in 2017 the trend in dengue cases increased at the beginning of the year, ie 127 cases in January, 93 in February, 79 in March, 95 in April, 94 in May , June 60, July 94, August 110 case. Ant / P-5


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