Surveilence incidences hais : urinary tract infection (uti), surgical site infection (ssi), and phlebitisat hospitalin Indonesia

Surveilence incidences hais : urinary tract infection (uti), surgical site infection (ssi), and phlebitisat hospitalin Indonesia

Author: 
Dr. Elsye Maria Rosa
Abstract: 

Introduction: Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) were caused by various common bacteria, fungi and viruses during medical treatments, thus becoming the significant causes of morbidity and mortality. The lack of data about HAIs in Indonesia hospitals indicates a poor implementation of patients’ safety. Methodology: This is a descriptive quantitative research which employssurveillance approach. The population patients who have HAIs at the hospital.The samples was the patients who use catheter and have undergone surgery Result: The incidence of Urinary Tract Infection at the Hospital in Indonesia was 114.75% and the infection is caused by Escherichia Coli germ. The Surgical Site Infections consist of 87% of superficial infection, 13% of incision, and 40% of aureusgerms which cause the infections. Phlebitis incidencedfrom May to June was high as 178. 21%. The microbacteria found in patients with phlebitis are E.Colly, Staphylococcus, dan Bacillus. Conclution: The highest number of germs found to cause UTI because of catheter application is Escherichia Coli. The indication of catheter application exactly 100% on the patients who experienced urine retention, terminal disease and output urine observation.

Paper No: 
1112