@article{Fajri_Sanusi_Asmaidi_2020, place={Indonesia, Jakarta}, title={SEIITR Model for Diabetes Mellitus Distribution in Case of Insulin and Care Factors}, volume={5}, url={https://inotera.poltas.ac.id/index.php/inotera/article/view/113}, DOI={10.31572/inotera.Vol5.Iss2.2020.ID113}, abstractNote={<p>This research is done to learn diabetes mellitus type SEII<sub>T</sub>R with insulin and care factors. Mathematical model type <em>SE</em><em>II<sub>T</sub></em>R is a mathematical model of diabetes in which the human population is divided into five groups: susceptible humans (<em>Susceptible)</em><em> S</em>, exposed (<em>Exposed)</em><em> E</em>, infected <em>I</em> without treatment, infected <em>(Infected) I<sub>T </sub></em>with treatment dan recovered (<em>Recovery</em>) <em>R</em>. The <em>SEII<sub>T</sub></em>R model has two fixed points, namely, a fixed point without disease and an endemic fixed point. By using basic reproduction numbers (<em>R<sub>0</sub></em>), it is found that the fixed point without disease is stable if <em>R<sub>0</sub></em> < 1 and when<em> R<sub>0</sub></em> > 1. Then the fixed point without disease is unstable. The simulation shows the effect of giving insulin to changes in the value of the basic reproduction number. If the effectiveness of β decreases, the basic reproduction number decreases too. Thus, a decrease in the value of this parameter will be able to help reduce the rate of diabetes mellitus in the population.</p>}, number={2}, journal={Jurnal Inotera}, author={Fajri, Nur and Sanusi and Asmaidi}, year={2020}, month={Aug.}, pages={100-106} }