Gambaran Pegawai Terkonfirmasi COVID-19 di Rumah Sakit Pusat Infeksi Sulianti Saroso Tahun 2020

Anita Puspitasari Dyah Nugroho, Herlina Herlina, Nunung Hendrawati, Siti Maemun, Intan Pertiwi, Farida Murtiani, Andi Dala Intan Sapta Nanda

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Latar Belakang: Tenaga kesehatan yang berada di garis depan penanganan COVID-19 berisiko tinggi terinfeksi COVID-19 sehingga hasil surveilans menjadi dasar strategi untuk melindungi tenaga kesehatan, menghambat penyebaran infeksi dan mengurangi risiko transmisi. Tujuan: Mengetahui gambaran pegawai yang terkonfirmasi COVID-19 di RSPI Sulianti Saroso tahun 2020 berdasakan data surveilans. Metode: Desain deskriptif cross-sectional, total sampel 173 sampel, data sekunder bersumber dari data hasil RT-PCR dan data surveilans epidemiologi. Hasil: Kejadian infeksi COVID-19 dimulai pada bulan Maret 2020, puncak kasus pegawai tertinggi minggu ke-35, terbesar pada pegawai perempuan (60%), rentang umur 29-38 tahun (38%), terbesar pada tenaga kesehatan perawat (38%). Pegawai yang mengalami tanda & gejala (58%), melaksanakan isolasi mandiri (63%) dan sembuh (98%). Kesimpulan: Gambaran pegawai yang terkonfirmasi COVID-19 di RSPI Sulianti Saroso tahun 2020 dilihat berdasarkan jenis kelamin, umur, jenis ketenagaan, tanda dan gejala, tindak lanjut penanganan dan luaran

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COVID-19, Tenaga Kesehatan

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32667/ijid.v7i2.126

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