PENGARUH GROWTH FALTERING TERHADAP KEJADIAN DEMAM DAN KEJANG DEMAM PADA ANAK PASCA IMUNISASI CAMPAK

Basalamah, Umar Muhammad and Hardaningsih, Galuh (2016) PENGARUH GROWTH FALTERING TERHADAP KEJADIAN DEMAM DAN KEJANG DEMAM PADA ANAK PASCA IMUNISASI CAMPAK. Undergraduate thesis, Diponegoro University.

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Abstract

Background: Fever and febrile seizure is an adverse events following immunization. Growth faltering is altered growth velocity in infants that can be interpretated in Kartu Menuju Sehat. Objective: To prove that growth faltering influencing the fever and febrile seizure following measles immunization. Methods: Design of this study was cohort prospective. Subject consisted of 96 infants separated in 2 groups. Group 1 was infants with growth faltering history while group 2 is infants with normal growth history. This study was conducted in 4 primary health care in Semarang from April to May 2016 using consecutive sampling. The data was taken by observation and simple interview to the parents. The analysis of the data is bivariat and using Chi-square study. Results: Mean of the age ofchildren getting measles immunisation is 9.52 months old. Fever in growth faltering group found in 18 children (37.5%) while in normal growth group found in 11 children (22.9%)( p=0.182;OR=2.018;95%CI=0.828-4.921). Febrile seizure in growth faltering group found 4.2% (p=1.000;OR=2.043;95%CI=0.179-23.319) and every children who got febrile seizure had history of low birth wight. Conclusion: Growth faltering did not influence the fever and febrile seizure following measles immunization, even though the fever and febrile seizure found more in children with growth faltering history. Keywords: Growth faltering, Measles Immunisation, Fever, Febrile Seizure

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RJ Pediatrics > RJ101 Child Health. Child health services
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:50856
Deposited By:Ms Lutfiatun Heni
Deposited On:23 Nov 2016 09:57
Last Modified:23 Nov 2016 09:57

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