The Influence of Health Care Programs on Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) Events at Cipamokolan Health Center In Bandung


  • Agung Sutriyawan
  • Anri
  • Hairil Akbar



Dengue hemorrhagic fever, health counseling, flick examination, larvacide, fogging.


Background: Dengue is a tropical disease that has become a major international problem in public health in
recent years. Currently an estimated 2.5-3 billion people live in dengue transmission zones.
Objectives: The purpose of this study is to find out the effect of health care programs on the incidence of dengue
hemorrhagic fever.
Method: The study used control case design. The case population is those who suffer from dengue hemorrhagic
fever, while the control population is those who do not suffer from dengue hemorrhagic fever. The case sample
in this study was 48 participants and the control group as many as 48 participants. Simple random sampling
technique is used to determine research samples, Statistical tests used are chi square tests and odds ratios
Results: The results of the study that had an influence were health counseling (0.000), examination of the flick
(0.014), administration of larvacide (0.013), and fogging (0.000).
Conclusion: Health care programs that have been shown to affect the incidence of dengue hemorrhagic fever.
are health counseling, larva examination, administration of larvacide, and fogging. To reduce the incidence of
dengue hemorrhagic fever needs to be done as early as possible by eradicating the vector of dengue hemorrhagic
fever. Health extension activities need to be done to increase public knowledge of the importance of eradicating
mosquito nests in efforts to prevent dengue hemorrhagic fever transmission.

Author Biographies

Agung Sutriyawan

Bachelor Programme Public Health, Bhakti Kencana University, Bandung City, Indonesia


Nursing Faculty, Bhakti Kencana University, Bandung City, Indonesia

Hairil Akbar

Bachelor Programme Public Health, Institute of Health and Technology Graha Medika, North Sulawesi, Indonesia