HUBUNGAN POLA ASUHAN IBU DENGAN KEJADIAN INFEKSI CACING Oxyuris vermicularis PADA ANAK-ANAK SD NEGERI PANGGUNG KELURAHAN MANGUNHARJO KECAMATAN TUGU KOTA SEMARANG

Mufidah, Erma Nihlatul (2008) HUBUNGAN POLA ASUHAN IBU DENGAN KEJADIAN INFEKSI CACING Oxyuris vermicularis PADA ANAK-ANAK SD NEGERI PANGGUNG KELURAHAN MANGUNHARJO KECAMATAN TUGU KOTA SEMARANG. Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Medicine.

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Abstract

Backgrounds: Prevalence of Oxyuris vermicularis (O.vermicularis) infection that is high enough in child commonly related to bad personal hygiene. The pattern of mother’s care gives some influence to the personal hygiene of their child. This research’s purpose was to find out whether there is relationship between patterns of mother’s care and infection of O.vermicularis in child. Methods: This research was an analytic observational and a cross sectional design. The data was taken from April until June 2008 at SDN Panggung Kel.Mangunharjo Kec.Tugu Kota Semarang. Sample of this research were 1st class until 5th class students of SDN Panggung. The number of sample was 88 which comply with inclusion criteria. Assessment of the pattern of mother’s care were taken from questionnaires that given score by Warijan criteria which are good pattern wih score of 24-30, good enough pettrn with score of 20-23 and not good enough with score of <20. The assessment of O.vermicularis infection are taken from examination of anal swab with Scotch Adhesive Tape method with positive infection if ≥1 eggs or worms exist. Ratio prevalence was used as the statistical test. Result: There were only 34,1% students infected by O.vermicularis. There were 9,1% having not good enough for pattern of mother’s care; 26,1% were enough and 64,8% were good By using ratio test, we can found the ratio of prevalention is 2,25. Conclusion: The patterns of mother’s care is risk factor of O.vermicularis’s infection in the students of SDN Panggung Kel.Mangunharjo Kec.Tugu Kota Semarang. Keywords: Pattern of mother’s care, infection of O.vermicularis.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RJ Pediatrics
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:24536
Deposited By:Ms Lutfiatun Heni
Deposited On:10 Dec 2010 10:11
Last Modified:10 Dec 2010 10:11

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