Cases Increase, Is Syphilis Covered by BPJS Health?
Suara.com – The number of cases of syphilis in Yogyakarta is in the spotlight because it has increased dramatically. Then a question arises, is syphilis covered by BPJS Kesehatan?
Summarizing various sources, the DIY Health Office said that people with syphilis were dominated by men with an age range of 25-49 years.
In the MSM group, cases of syphilis increased every year. In 2020, the percentage of 15 percent will increase to 34 percent in 2021 and 44 percent in 2022. In 2023, there will be a significant jump, to 60 percent.
Is Syphilis Covered by BPJS Kesehatan?
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BPJS covers hundreds of diseases and syphilis is one of them. The following is a complete list of diseases covered by BPJS Kesehatan:
Febrile seizures, tetanus, uncomplicated HIV/AIDS, tension headaches, migraines, bell’s palsy, vertigo (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo), somatoform disorders, insomnia, foreign bodies in the conjunctiva, conjunctivitis, subconjunctival hemorrhage, dry eyes, blepharitis (eyelid inflammation), hordeolum (stye) trichiasis, episcleritis, mild hypermetropia (farsightedness) mild myopia mild astigmatism presbyopia night blindness otitis externa (inflammation of the outer ear) acute otitis media acute otitis media (inner ear) cerumen prop disease travel sickness furuncle of nose acute rhinitis vasomotor rhinitis allergic rhinitis foreign body disease epistaxis disease influenza disease pertussis disease pharyngitis, tonsillitis, laryngitis asthma bronchiale, acute bronchitis, pneumonia, bronchopneumonia, uncomplicated pulmonary tuberculosis, essential hypertension, oral candidiasis, oral ulcers (aptosa, herpes), parotitis, umbilical infection, gastritis, gastroenteritis (including cholera, giardiasis), gastroesophageal reflux disease, typhoid fever, food intolerance, food allergy, poisoning food. hookworm disease. strongyloidiasis. disease ascariasis, schistosomiasis, taeniasis, hepatitis A, bacillary dysentery, amoebic dysentery, grade 1/2 hemorrhoidal disease, urinary tract infection, gonorrhea, uncomplicated pyelonephritis, phimosis, paraphimosis, genital discharge syndrome (gonorrhea and non-gonorrhea), lower urinary tract infection, vulvitis, salphing disease itis Diseases of normal pregnancy Diseases of complete spontaneous abortion Diseases of anemia iron deficiency in pregnancy, perineal rupture level 1/2 disease, hair follicle/sebaceous gland abscess disease, mastitis, cracked nipple disease, inverted nipple disease, type 1 DM (Diabetes Militus) type 2 DM (Diabetes Militus) type 2 disease, mild hypoglycemia, protein energy malnutrition, vitamin deficiency, mineral deficiency, dyslipidemia, hyperuricemia, obesity iron deficiency anemia kit lymphadenitis, dengue fever, DHF, malaria, leptospirosis (without complications), anaphylactic reactions, leg ulcers, verruca vulgaris, lipoma disease, molluscum contangiosum disease, uncomplicated herpes zoster disease, uncomplicated morbidity, uncomplicated varicella disease, uncomplicated herpes simplex disease, impetigo, ulcerative impetigo disease (ectima). superficial liculitis, furuncles, carbuncles, erythrasmic diseases erysipelas, scrofuloderma, leprosy, vaginitis, bacterial vaginosis, stage 1 and 2 syphilis, tinea capitis, tinea barbe, tinea facialis, tinea corporis, tinea manus, tinea unguium, tinea cruris, tinea pedis, pityriasis versicolor, candidiasis mucos filariasis disease Larvae cutaneus migratory disease Pediculosis capitis disease Pediculosis pubis disease scabies disease insect bite reactions disease irritant contact dermatitis disease atopic dermatitis ( excluding recalcitrant) Nummular dermatitis Disease Napkin eczema Pityriasis rosea Disease Seborrheic dermatitis Mild acne vulgaris Disease Hidradenitis suppurative Disease Perioral dermatitis Disease Acute urticaria Disease miliaria Disease Exantemapous drug eruption, fixed drug eruption Disease vulnus laseraum, puctum Disease 1st and 2nd degree burns
That is the answer to the question whether syphilis is covered by BPJS Kesehatan. Hopefully this article is useful.
Contributor : Rima Suliastini