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UPAYA PENCEGAHAN DIARE BERDASARKAN ANALISIS FAKTOR YANG BERHUBUNGAN DENGAN KEJADIAN DIARE DI POLINDES PUSKESMAS GRUJUGAN KABUPATEN BONDOWOSO
|Kumpulan||: Jurnal Ilmiah (Non-Kategori) [Indonesia]|
|Pengarang||: Drs. Hendro Prasetyo, S.Kep, Ns, M.Kes.|
|Penerbitan||: Poltekkes Kemenkes Malang, Malang: 2018.|
AbstraksiABSTRACT Diarrhea in Indonesia is still a public health problem, the number of cases of diarrhea in Indonesia in 2015 amounted to 5,405,235 cases of diarrhea (Indonesian Ministry of Health 2015, 375). Based on survey data (East Java Health Office, 2015: 111) the number of diarrhea patients in East Java province is still quite high, amounting to 831,338 cases of diarrhea found. Bondowoso Regency is 1.95% or 16,290 cases of diarrhea. Diarrhea that is not treated quickly and inappropriately will result in dehydration. The purpose of this study was to determine strategies for prevention of diarrhea based on an analysis of factors related to the incidence of diarrhea in children under five in the Polindes Grujugan Health Center, Bondowoso Regency. This research method uses descriptive analytic observational research design with cross sectional study approach. The sample in this study are some mothers who have toddlers (aged 1-5 years) who live in the Polindes area of Grujugan Health Center, Bondowoso Regency, amounting to 50 people. The results of the study are all independent variables influence the dependent variable consisting of: knowledge has an influence on the incidence of diarrhea with a significant value (0.032 <0.05) OR 7.780, attitudes and beliefs have an influence on the incidence of diarrhea with a significant value (0.014 <0.05) OR 8.284 , behavior has an influence on the incidence of diarrhea with a significant value (0.026 <0.05) OR 0.118, health facilities have an influence on the incidence of diarrhea with a significant value (0.024 <0.05) OR 0.070, health workers have an influence on the incidence of diarrhea with a significant value (0.040 <0.05 ) OR 6,138 Keywords: predisposing factors; supporting factors, driving factors; Diarrhea events.
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