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Dog Demography And Level Of Knowledge Against Rabies In Positive And Negative Case Of Rabies Areas In Mendoyo-Jembrana, Bali, Indonesia (DEMOGRAFI ANJING DAN TINGKAT PENGETAHUAN MASYARAKAT TERHADAP RABIES DI DAERAH DENGAN KASUS RABIES POSITIF DAN NEGATIF Agustina, Kadek Karang; Cahyani, Putu Sasmitha Devi; Suardana, Ida Bagus Kade
Jurnal Veteriner Vol 18 No 4 (2017)
Publisher : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Udayana University and Published in collaboration with the Indonesia Veterinarian Association

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This research aims were to compare the demography of dogs and knowledge profile of dog owners against rabies in Mendoyo Sub-District, Jembarana Bali. This research used observational method, conducted from May to June 2016 in Mendoyo sub-district of Jembrana. Two Banjars were selected by the rabies case report in dogs (YehEmbangKangin village) and two other without case (MendoyoDanginTukad village). The data collected by interviewing the community and direct assessment of free-roaming dogs in the areas. A total of 200 household samples were taken, 50 respondents of each sampling area. This research resulted that the ratio of man-dog in Mendoyo was 4.5:1 and the ratio of male and female dogs was 1.8:1. As many as 64.8% of dog’s age were more than 12 month old, 28% were 4 to 12 month old and 8% were less than 4 month old. In the sampling areas, 19.4% of dogs were sterilized, which were 91.18% males and 8.82% females. Coverage of rabies vaccination in owned dogs was 82.3%. Dog’s petting method by people in Mendoyo was 69.71% free-roaming while 30.29% tied or caged. On free-roaming dog assessment, this study found 52 free-roaming dogs on the streets, 65.38% males and 34.62% females, only 30.8% of those used vaccination collar marker, Based on the body condition score, 76.9% of free-roaming dogs have good conditions. Of the total 200 households surveyed, there was a high level of knowledge about the danger of rabies and the importance of vaccination, but only a few people (<35%) received consulting about rabies, understood how to prevent rabies infection and the regulations about dog petting management. In positive area, we found there are still many people who have the habit of disposing dog. We conclude that there is needed to improve knowledge and attitude of the community about the prevention and risk factor of rabies.
Infusa Daun Salam Mempertahankan Kualitas Dan Daya Tahan Daging Sapi Bali Suada, I Ketut; Purnama, Dimas Indra Dwi; Agustina, Kadek Karang
Buletin Veteriner Udayana Vol. 10 No. 1 Pebruari 2018
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Bay leaf (Syzygium polyanthum) is often used in a variety of dishes to enhance the flavor, without realizing that the leaves contain antimicrobial compounds are bactericidal. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of immersion bay leaves infuse to the quality and durability of beef bali at room temperature laying in terms of odor, color, texture, pH, water content and water holding capacity. Test colors using a color standard ISO beef concluded by the ten panelists, test smells and textures using ten panelists, test the pH was measured using a pH meter, test the water content carried by the drying method using the oven, the next test of water holding capacity using methods Hamm. The results showed that soaking treatment bay leaf infusion with concentration (0%, 5%, 10% and 15%) was highly significant to the smell, color, and texture of beef bali, old laying on the temperature the room was highly significant on pH and water content of beef bali but did not significantly affect water holding capacity. Can be concluded that the quality and endurance of bali beef can maintained by marinated into bay leaves infuse.
Survei Seroprevalensi Taenia solium Sistiserkosis Di Kabupaten Mimika, Papua (SEROPREVALENCE SURVEY OF TAENIA SOLIUM CYSTICERCOSIS IN MIMIKA REGION, PAPUA) Swacita, Ida Bagus Ngurah; Agustina, Kadek Karang; Polos, I Wayan; Fitriani, Sabelina; Natalia, Natalia
Buletin Veteriner Udayana Vol. 7 No. 2 Agustus 2015
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Cysticercosis is an infection caused by the larval stage of pork tapeworm (Taenia solium)which still poses a public health problem. Papua is one of the largest endemic areas of cysticercosisin Indonesia. This survey aim was to determine the seroprevalence of cystisercosis in Mimikaregion, Papua. A total of 44 pig serum samples were collected from Kwamki Narama district (28samples), Mimika Baru (13 samples), and Kuala Kencana (3 samples) they were examined by using Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA). The result of the survey showed that theaverage of seroprevalence of cysticercosis in Mimika region, Papua was 50% (22/44), where thelargest seroprevalence found in the district of Kuala Kencana was 100% (3/3), District of KwamkiNarama was 46,4% (13/28), and district of Mimika Baru was 46,1% (6/13). It concluded that theseroprevalence of cysticercosis in Mimika was very high.Therefore,it is necessary to do moreintensive programs to prevent and control this disease.
Identifikasi Dan Prevalensi Infeksi Protozoa Saluran Cerna Anak Babi Yang Dijual Di Pasar Tradisional Di Wilayah Provinsi Bali Agustina, Kadek Karang; Sudewi, Ni Made Ayudiningsih Astiti; Dharmayudha, Anak Agung Gde Oka; Oka, Ida Bagus Made
Buletin Veteriner Udayana Vol. 8 No. 1 Pebruari 2016
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This research aims were to determine the type and prevalence of infections of gastrointestinal protozoan in piglets were sold in the pig traditional markets in Bali. As many as 250 piglets fecal samples were examined. All fecal samples were taken in a fresh state and then divided in two different sollution, one stored in plastic pots containing acetic sodium formaldehyde (SAF) for examination by sedimentation concentration method and another samples were stored in plastic pots containing potassium dichromate for examination by the method of floating. Samples were examined microscopically for the presence of cysts or oocystsof gastrointestinal protozoa. The results showed that 229 (91.6%) piglets were sold in the pigtraditional markets in Bali infected by protozoa, and identified three Genus of protozoa with following prevalence of infection were Amoeba sp. 82.4%, Balantidium sp. 61.2% and Eimeria sp. 54.8%.
DETEKSI PENJUALAN DAGING AYAM TIREN DI EMPAT PASAR TRADISIONAL KOTA DENPASAR Swari, Luh Putu Pradnya; Agustina, Kadek Karang; Swacita, Ida Bagus Ngurah; Suada, I Ketut
Buletin Veteriner Udayana Vol. 11 No. 2 Agustus 2019
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Tiren chickens are basically carcasses, namely chickens that die not because of slaughter, but chickens that have previously died due to poor endurance during the trip or affected by the disease then deliberately slaughtered for sale on the market. This study aims to detect the possibility of yesterday's sale of dead chicken meat (tiren) sold in four traditional markets in Denpasar City. The method used in this study is the purposive sampling method, which was a total of 72 samples of chicken meat were taken from four traditional markets in Denpasar City, each with three samples per market with six replications. The variables tested in this study were detection of tiren chicken with Malachite green test and pH test for chicken meat. The results showed that 19.44% (14/72) samples showed positive Malachite green test and average chicken meat pH 5.93 (5.32 - 6.45). Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that 19.44% chicken meat sold in four traditional markets in Denpasar City, it is suspected that tiren chicken is suggested to consumers to be more selective in choosing chicken meat for consumption
Identifikasi dan Prevalensi Cacing Tipe Strongyle pada Babi di Bali Agustina, Kadek Karang
Buletin Veteriner Udayana Vol. 5 No. 2 Agustus 2013
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi dan menghitung prevalensi spesies cacing pada babi di Bali yang memiliki bentuk telur yang sama yaitu bentuk tipe strongyle. Sebanyak 240 sampel feses babi yang berasal dari peternakan babi yang tersebar di seluruh wilayah Bali telah diperiksa menggunakan modifikasi dari metode Roberts dan O’Sullivan yaitu kultur feses yang menunjukkan hasil positif pada pemeriksaan mikroskopis. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan sebanyak 60% babi di Bali terinfeksi cacing type strongyle. Setelah dilakukan kultur feses, teridentifikasi dua jenis cacing yaitu Hyostrongylus rubidus dan Oesophagostomum dentatum dengan prevalensi masing-masing yaitu  41,25% dan 47,5%.
PENINGKATAN PENDAPATAN PETERNAK MELALUI PERBAIKAN MANAJEMEN PETERNAKAN BABI Agustina, Kadek Karang; Wirata, I Wayan; Dharmayudha, Anak Agung Gde Oka; Kardena, I Made; Dharmawan, Nyoman Sadra
Buletin Veteriner Udayana Vol. 8 No. 2 Agustus 2016
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This research aims were to increase house hold income of pig farmer by reconstructing of the pig management systems. The methods used in this study were the application of the problem solving techniques through IPTEKDALIPI programs. The captured data were all expenses incurred and income received in one pig production period before and after intervention. The results showed that there was a significant increase in the income of the farmer from 31.4% to 38.77%. It could be concluded that the pig farmer’s income can be increased through improved management of pig farming systems.
Kualitas Daging Sapi Bali dan Daging Wagyu yang Disimpan pada Suhu Dingin Agustina, Kadek Karang; Sembiring, Sonia Dewi Citra; Suada, I Ketut
Buletin Veteriner Udayana Vol. 11 No. 1 Pebruari 2019
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These study aims were to determine the quality of bali beef and Wagyu beef stored at 4oC. This study used a completely randomized factorial pattern design. Meat quality parameters studied included pH, water content, water holding capacity, and texture. The results showed that the pH value of Wagyu beef and bali beef increased during storage at cold temperatures. While the water content, water binding capacity, and texture of both types of meat have decreased. Significant changes occurred in observations of the fourth day. It can be concluded that the storage of Wagyu and bali beef at 4oC was not effective for a period of more than 3 days.
Studi Biologi Perkembangan Metacestoda Taenia Saginata Pada Sapi Bali Dharmawan, Nyoman Sadra; Dwinata, I Made; Swastika, Kadek; Damriyasa, I Made; Oka, Ida Bagus Made; Agustina, Kadek Karang
Buletin Veteriner Udayana Vol. 8 No. 1 Pebruari 2016
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The biological studies of Taenia saginata metacestoda development have been conducted in Bali cattle. Two Bali cattle were used as the samples; each was infected by 500.000 T. saginata eggs. Cattle I and II were slaughtered and examined for the presence of T. saginata metacestodas,103 and 131 days post infection, respectively. All visceral organs and skeletal muscles were thoroughly inspected; incisions and inspection were done following the routine meat inspection. In cattle I, was observed 534 metacestodas in the skeletal muscles, heart, and diaphragm. The metacestodas had the form an oval bladder measuring around 3 x 2 mm. While, in cattle II was observed 2,249 metacestodas in the skeletal muscles, heart, diaphragm, and tongue measuring around 4 x 3 mm. The finding of the present study may indicate that in Bali cattle the oncospheres of T. saginata might reach its optimal development (in to T. saginata metacestoda) in four months post infection.
Pengaruh Perendaman pada Infusa Daun Salam terhadap Kualitas dan Daya Tahan Daging Babi Agustina, Kadek Karang; Sari, Prabarini Hanum; Suada, I Ketut
Buletin Veteriner Udayana Vol. 9 No. 1 Pebruari 2017
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This research aim was to know the influence of immersion in Indonesian bay leaf (Syzygium polyanthum) infusion for the quality and durability of pork in room temperature (280C). A total of 80 pork samples (loin) tested in the research used factorial randomized complete block design, with 2 factor such as; four factors of concentration: 0%, 5%, 10% and 15% of Indonesian bay leaf infusion, four factors of exposure time: 0, 3, 6, and 9 hours. The parameters of pork quality have checked; water holding capacity, water content, pH, color and texture. The result showed that submersion of pork in Indonesian bay leaf infusion did not affect to water holding capacity and water content of pork but showed a noticeable affect to pH, color and texture. Pork that marinated into bay leaves infusion showed a good durability during exposure in room temperature until 9 hours. It can be concluded that the infusion of bay leaves at various concentrations were able to maintain the quality of pork.