MENGENAI KAMI  PROFIL PERKHIDMATAN  BAHAGIAN KESIHATAN AWAM

UNIT VEKTOR

UNIT VECTOR

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

  • Morbidit reduce mortality and disease - vector-borne diseases that can no longer be a public health problem in the State of Malacca.
  • Prevent the occurrence of vector-borne diseases in areas where no outbreaks nowadays.
  • Prevent the re-entry (re - introduction) blight disease (plague) to Malacca.
  • Prevent the import of (importation) jaundice (yellow fever) to Malacca.


Specific objective

 

1.1 Control of Malaria.

  1. Reduce morbidity and mortality caused by malaria so that it is no longer a public health problem.
  2. Prevent the re-emergence of malaria in areas where no outbreaks of today.
  3. The goal of the malaria incidence rate of no more than 0.5 cases per 10,000 population.
  4. Malaria case fatality rate = 0%

 1.2 Control of Dengue

  1. Reduce morbidity and mortality Dengue / Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever so that it ceases to be a common problem.
  2. Reduce mosquito breeding to a level below 1.0% Housing Index (AI) and Breteau index (BI) does not exceed 5.
  3. Increase community support and participation in dengue prevention and control activities.
  4. Getting the full involvement of local authorities in dengue control activities.
  5. The goal of the incidence rate of dengue RMK 9 for Malacca:
  • The incidence rate of dengue fever disease is <50 cases setiap100,000 population.
  • The incidence rate of Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever is <2 cases setiap100,000 population.
  • The case fatality rate of Dengue / Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever is <0.2%.
  • The case fatality rate of Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever is <1.0%.

1.3 Filariasis Disease Control

       Prevent the occurrence of disease in an area with no endemic.

 

Japanese Encephalitis Disease Control 1.4

      Reduce morbidity and mortality of this disease.

 

1.5 Typhoid Disease Control

       Reduce the morbidity of this disease.

 

1.6 Blight Disease Control (Plague)

      To prevent re-entry into the country blight disease. These activities are carried out in the Port and International Airport.

           

1.7 Yellow Fever Disease Control (Yellow Fever)

      To prevent the importation of yellow fever in the country. These activities are carried out in the Port and International Airport.

 

 

GENERAL STRATEGY

  • General strategies planned to achieve the following objectives CPBV.
  • Stratification areas as a new approach to malaria epidemiology in malarious areas, potential areas of malaria and non malarious area.
  • Prioritize (prioritization) areas as dengue epidemiology approach according to the priority one, priority two and priority three priority four.
  • Intensify health education to the community.
     

SPECIAL STRATEGY

1.1 Malaria Control

  • Stratification of malaria by terminology malarious areas, potential areas of malaria and non-malarious area.
  • Environmental Review for the building or structure and also can not be sprayed with insecticide.
  • Shot of buildings or structures with insecticide to disconnect outbreak (chain of transmission).
  • Detection of malaria cases by active and passive, as well as the approach of Primary Health Care (PHC).
  • Laboratory diagnosis by microscopic examination of blood slides.
  • Registration of all positive cases of malaria.
  • Treatment of all cases of malaria.
  • Investigate all cases of malaria and how to get the source of infection for malaria patients.
  • Followup malaria cases to ensure they are cured and no longer will be a source of infection.
  • Entomology close monitoring to detect immunity ( "resistance") vector species to insecticides used and also trace changes in temperament.
  • Study immunity ( "resistance") against malaria parasite malaria drugs such as chloroquine.
  • Destruction of mosquito larvae in the trenches on the outskirts of the municipal anti malaria.

1.2 Dengue Control

  • Epidemiological Surveillance - through rapid notification of cases by telephone or facsimile.
  • Diagnosis through laboratory experiments and laboratory confirmation of the rapid results of standard laboratory techniques.
  •  Clinical control through better case detection and treatment support in hospital.
  •  Control of the disease through the investigation of the case and tindaksusul.
  •  Vector control through source reduction of vector breeding places, the destruction of adult mosquitoes and larvae through the mist and law enforcement.
  •  Entomology surveillance through the study of larvae and adult mosquitoes.
  •  Cooperation and collaboration with other agencies to control / prevent dengue fever among certain population or specific areas such as schools, urban areas.
  •  Intensify health education including encouraging community participation in the activities of the control and prevention of dengue.

Filariasis Control 1.3

  • Conduct studies filariasis in certain areas and population groups at high risk, namely in Kg. Aboriginal, Foreign Workers in Construction Site, House Share, plant or factory dormitory in the city.
  • Entomology close monitoring to detect disease vector filariasis and reviewing its distribution.

 1.4 Control of Japanese Encephalitis

  • Close monitoring of the disease.
  • Japanese encephalitis vectors close monitoring and reviewing its distribution.

Typhus Control 1.5

  • Typhus disease surveillance
  • Treatment of all cases of typhus

 

1.6 Yellow Fever Disease Control (Yellow Fever)

  •  Detection neat Aedes Airport and Port

 

CHARTER

 

OUR COMMITMENT

 

Provide Services Prevention and Control of Vector-Borne Diseases of Quality, Fair and Equitable.

 

Provides Awareness Prevention and Control of Vector-Borne Diseases Community Health Education Activities Through Effective and continuous.

 

Investigate Complaints Against All Members Program and Taking Action An Affordable And on the complaint.

 

Running Assessment Every Year On Strategy and Activities Prevention and Control of Vector-Borne Diseases With Hope For Increasing.

 

Ensure all reports are provided and delivered on schedule and within the prescribed period.

 

Providing services through hospitality which infuses the Merciful, Team Work and Professionalism.

 

Providing a comfortable working environment.

 

 

OUR COMMITMENT TO VECTOR BORNE DISEASES

 

1. DISEASE MALARIA

  • Once identified and confirmed malaria cases investigative actions and control measures and precautions will be taken within 48 hours by CPBV District.
  • For all the mass blood survey to detect malaria, health education activities will be provided.

 

2. DENGUE DISEASE

  • Once the dengue cases reported, action investigation and control measures and precautions will be taken within 24 hours by CPBV District.
  • Each premises inspected for finding Aedes breeding, health education will be provided to residents.

 

3. DISEASE FILARIASIS

  • Once identified filariasis cases, the actions of investigation and control measures prevention and early treatment will be provided within one week by CPBV District.
  • Filariasis disease when the study was conducted, health education about the disease filariasis will be given.

4. DISEASES Japanese Encephalitis

  • Once the Japanese Encaphalitis cases reported, action investigation and control measures and precautions will be taken within 24 hours by CPBV District.

5. blight AND YELLOW FEVER

  • Ensure that all areas of the port and the international airport are free of Aedes within 400 meters.
  • Ensure that all areas of the port and international airport free of rodents.

 

If there is any problem in relation to the above matter, please refer to:

 

Principal Assistant Director (Vector)

Vector Borne Disease Control Unit,

Malacca

No. tel: 06-2883004 / 06-2883019

 

Or via:

 

Vector unit

Melaka Tengah District Health Office No. Tel: 06-2813353

Alor Gajah District Health Office No. Tel: 06-5566251

Jasin District Health Office No. Tel: 06-5295387

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