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BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION OF HIV AIDS IN ADULT

Group 8 : Choi Sin Yen Chiquita P V R Ibrahim Yusuf N Inneke Yustisia A Mariska Krisnawati S

HIV - AIDS
HIV Human Immunodeficiency Virus This virus can be found on infected person s body liquids blood, sperms, vaginal mucous,etc AIDS Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
(Center of Disease Control, 2007)

National measures
NEW PATIENT OF HIV/AIDS IN INDONESIA PER YEAR WITHIN THE LAST 10 YEARS
6000

5000

4000

3000

New Patients

2000

1000

0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

(Directorate General of Communicable Diseases and Environmental Health Department of Health, 2010)

(Directorate General of Communicable Diseases and Environmental Health Department of Health, 2010)

(Directorate General of Communicable Diseases and Environmental Health Department of Health, 2010)

Implications of HIV/AIDS
Demography
Decrease the life expectancy of population Decrease Economy and Social development of nation
Increase poverty Unbalanced economy system Stigmatization and Discrimination to People with AIDS from community

Health Service
A lot of money, human resources and time spent for treating the sufferers

RISK FACTORS
Sexual Contact Transmission in Pregnancy Needle Sticks among Health Care Professionals Exposure to Contaminated Blood or Blood Products
(Longe, 2002)

INTERVENTION
Individual based Health facility based Community based

INDIVIDUAL BASED
Dont do sexual activity with whom you doesnt know his/her health condition Avoid change the sexual partner Condom use Avoid drunk and drugs

Abstinence = no Sex Be Loyal = stay with only 1


partner

C D B A E

Condom use Don ts = using same needle


injection for 2 times or more, consume drugs & alcohols

Education

HEALTH FACILITY BASED


Quality control of blood products in blood bank free from HIV Use sterile injection Safety handling of AIDS patient

COMMUNITY BASED
Facilitate proper society education for HIV/AIDS and STD counseling GCU Early Screening of HIV infection

SUGGESTIONS .
Avoid the stigmatizations and discriminations of risks subpopulation and people with HIV AIDS, so the access of intervention is easier and wider Promote condom use Educate more the community about the HIV and ways to reduce epidemiology of HIV/AIDS Government should spend more money to held a screening / check up of the society, and to give interventions in HIV epidemiology in nation.

References
Adler, M.W. 2001. Development of Epidemic. In M.W. Adler (Eds.), ABC of AIDS (page ) London: BMJ Publishing Group. Center for Disease Control & Prevention. 2007. CDC HIV/AIDS Fact Sheets : Methamphetamine Use and Risks of HIV/AIDS (Online) (http:// http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/resources/reports/hiv_compendium/print/section1-17.htm, Accessed on 8th October 2010) Directorate General of Communicable Diseases & Environmental Health Department of Health. 2010. Statistik Kasus HIV/AIDS di Indonesia Dilaporkan sampai dengan Desember 2009. (Online) (http:// http://www.aids-ina.org/files/datakasus/des2009.pdf Accessed on 8 th October 2010, 3:23 pm) Hoffman, C., Rockstroh, J.K., Kamps, B.S. 2006. HIV Medicine 2006. Paris: Flying Publisher. Longe, J.L.(Eds). 2002. Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine. MI: Gale Group. Mortimer, P.P., and Loveday, C. 2001. The Virus and The Test. In M.W. Adler (Eds.), ABC of AIDS (page 15-20 ) London: BMJ Publishing Group. Murni, S., and friends. 2003. Seri Buku Kecil : Pasien dan AIDS. Yayasan Spiritia. Suryantini, A. 2009. Dampak HIV/AIDS Terhadap Kehidupan (Online) (http://saveyousaveme.wordpress.com/2009/05/12/dampak-hivaids-terhadap-kehidupan/ Accesed on 11th October 2010) Yayasan Spiritia. 2009. Sejarah HIV di Indonesia. (Online) (http://www.spiritia.or.id, Accessed on 8 th October 2010)