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Information about Epidemiologic surveillance

Published on January 27, 2016

Author: HeldaZakiyaFitri

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1. z Epidemiologic Surveillance Diarrheal Diseases In The Health Centers Pasayangan, Martapura Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Qomariyatus Sholihah, Dipl.hyp, ST., M.Kes and Nova Annisa, S.Si.Ms Raudhatun Nisa H1E114026 Helda Zakiya Fitri H1E114043 Rizki Faisal Tanjung H1E1140221 Titis Sofi Hanifa H1E114229

2. Definition of Surveillans Continuous activity in the form of data collection , analysis and interpretation of health data is used for planning , implementation , and evaluation of health activities and then dissemination so effective in the prevention steps can be done

3. Epidemiological Surveillance Purposes Searching for data and epidemiological information as a basis for health management for decision making in the planning , implementation , monitoring , evaluation of health programs and increased vigilance to quickly and precisely thoroughly.

4. Flow Scheme Epidemiological Surveillance Health services facility (Healt center, hospital, doctor, community) Data Public health office Case of disease, population health InformationIntervension Decision Reporting Feedback Expected changes Analysis and interpretation

5. Case Number of Patients with Diarrhea were Treated in Pasayangan Health Centers in 2009-2014 BULAN 2009 P/M 2010 P/M 2011 P/M 2012 P/M 2013 P/M KASUS MAX KASUS MIN 2014 P/M JANUARI 33 61 22 26 14 61 14 16 FEBRUARI 45 23 12 18 16 46 12 13 MARET 32 18 22 8 11 32 8 24 APRIL 41 28 32 15 26 41 16 13 MEI 35 40 18 17 15 40 15 28 JUNI 48 33 39 20 15 48 15 13 JULI 110 36 49 24 26 110 24 10 AGUSTUS 72 39 20 12 21 72 12 24 SEPTEMBER 39 52 26 31 14 52 14 38 SEPTEMBER 72 26 40 11 28 72 11 106 NOVEMBER 55 46 27 17 23 55 17 50 DESEMBER 21 47 16 17 14 47 14 27 JUMLAH 603 439 345 216 223 362

6. Data Comparison Of Diarrheal Disease In 2013 With Max & Min

7. Comparison of the number of patients in each age

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