• Dinda Asa Ayukhaliza Student of Public Health Faculty, State Islamic University of North Sumatera, Medan, Indonesia
  • Ananda Ayu Dhelia Ghani Damanik Student of Public Health Faculty, State Islamic University of North Sumatera, Medan, Indonesia
  • Syafina Aisyah Student of Public Health Faculty, State Islamic University of North Sumatera, Medan, Indonesia
  • Zata Ismah Lecturer of Public Health Faculty, State Islamic University of North Sumatera, Medan, Indonesia



Association Factors, Dermatitis, Coastal Areas


Dermatitis is a skin disease that affects the quality of life, appearance and comfort of the sufferer. Dermatitis is related to various factors and causes such as infection, consumption of drugs and food, psychosomatic, and exposure to chemicals.  The research method used  is systematic review with a total sample of 152,996 samples. Risk factors for dermatitis in coastal areas include genetics, type of food, personal hygiene, duration of contact, disease history, years of  work,  personal protective equipment use,  occupational  history,  protein  contact,  insect  paederus,  allergic  history, exclusive breastfeeding status, age, education, administration of formula milk, infection and inflammation. The most studied factors are personal hygiene, history of illness and years of work.


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How to Cite

Ayukhaliza, D. A., Damanik, A. A. D. G., Aisyah, S., & Ismah, Z. (2019). ASSOCIATION FACTORS OF DERMATITIS IN THE COASTAL AREAS. LIFE: International Journal of Health and Life-Sciences, 5(1), 01–18.

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