Pemetaan Digital Capaian Imunisasi Japanese Encephalitis Menggunakan Sistem Informasi Geografis Di Provinsi Bali

  • Ni Made Umi Kartika Dewi Universitas Bali Internasional
  • Putu Ika Farmani Program Studi Manajemen Informasi Kesehatan Fakultas Ilmu-ilmu Kesehatan Universitas Bali Internasional

Abstract

Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a disease caused by the Japanese enchephalitis virus which results in acute infection of the central nervous system. There were 326 children suspected of having JE in Indonesia in 2016, with the most cases found in Bali Province (69.3%). To prevent the spread of the JE virus, the Government of Indonesia conducted a JE immunization campaign in 2018. The purpose of this study was to describe the achievement outcomes of the implementation of the immunization campaign and the distribution of JE cases by implementing a Geographic Information System (GIS). The data used are secondary data obtained from all districts in Bali Province. Making maps using computer instruments with Microsoft Excel software and Arc GIS 10.6. Mapping is carried out with several stages of activities namely digitization of maps, division of administrative areas per sub-district and district, input of all data, creation of performance categories and exports of GIS results. The results in this study are presented in two forms, namely the frequency distribution table and information on the achievements of the immunization campaign in a map of the Province of Bali. The results of the mapping show that the majority of sub-districts in Bali Province have met the JE immunization campaign achievement target of> 95% but there are three sub-districts that are still below the target namely in the Districts of Gianyar (94.77%), Tegallalang (94.27%) and Kubu (63.97% ). In JE 2018 cases, six positive JE cases were found in Mengwi District (1 case), Tejakula (1 case), Gianyar (1 case), Abang (2 cases), and Karangasem (1 case). The conclusion of this study is that the achievements of the JE immunization campaign vary and there are cases of JE in the achievement of low immunization in one of the districts in Bali Province.

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Published
2021-01-27
How to Cite
Kartika Dewi, N. M. U., & Farmani, P. (2021). Pemetaan Digital Capaian Imunisasi Japanese Encephalitis Menggunakan Sistem Informasi Geografis Di Provinsi Bali. Window of Health : Jurnal Kesehatan, 43-56. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.33368/woh.v0i0.423
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