PRADANI, ONNY SEPTA and Rose D.K, Ninung and Wibisono, Gunawan (2012) PENGARUH FORMULA REHIDRASI ORAL BERBASIS BERAS TERHADAP LAMA SAKIT ANAK DIARE AKUT DEHIDRASI TIDAK BERAT. Undergraduate thesis, Fakultas Kedokteran.
Background Diarrhea is one of under five-year-old death causing in Indonesia and in the world. Uncontrolled dehydration becomes the most influential cause of this condition. Rice-based oral rehydration formula is an oral rehydration formula that is good for diarrhea in children because it can help to overcome dehydration condition and frequent defecation. Aim To know the effect of rice-based oral rehydration formula on admission duration in children with acute unsevire dehydration diarrhea. Methods This research was a quasi experimental research with descriptive analysis. Eleven subjects were included in this research after passing inclusion procedures process. Those subjects were divided into two groups, test group and control group. There were 50-100ml every-defecation doses of rice-based oral rehydration formula for test group and 50-100ml every-defecation doses of glucose-based oral rehydration formula (WHO standard) for control group. Every subject was recorded about their early body weight in the first four-hour oral rehydration treatment and late body weight in the last treatment day, defecation frequency, fecal consistency, and oralyte consumpsion in every 24 hours, and admission duration in the last treatment day. Results and Conclusion Fecal consistency returning time mean in test group was shorter than control group. Those were 24.000 ± 0.000 hours and 45.143 ± 24.518 hours. Defecation frequency returning time mean in test group was shorter than control group. Those were 19.000 ± 10.000 hours and 55.429 ± 54.280 hours. Admission duration mean in test group was shorter than control group. Those were 51.000 ± 8.165 hours and 74.571 ± 34.014 hours. Weight gain mean in test group was lower than control group. Those were 0.025 ± 0.330 kgs and 0.314 ± 0.353 kgs. Key Words rice-based oral rehydration formula, child acute unsevire dehydration diarrhea
|R Medicine > RJ Pediatrics > RJ101 Child Health. Child health services
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|28 Dec 2012 10:27
|28 Dec 2012 10:27
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