ANALISIS PRAKTIK MENYUSUI, PENYAKIT INFEKSI DAN FAKTOR SOSIODEMOGRAFI TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN LINEAR ANAK USIA 12-60 BULAN DI KECAMATAN INDERALAYA KABUPATEN OGAN ILIR

Destriatania, Suci (2013) ANALISIS PRAKTIK MENYUSUI, PENYAKIT INFEKSI DAN FAKTOR SOSIODEMOGRAFI TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN LINEAR ANAK USIA 12-60 BULAN DI KECAMATAN INDERALAYA KABUPATEN OGAN ILIR. Jurnal Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat, 4 (01). pp. 24-32. ISSN 20866380

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    Abstract

    Background : Linear growth is the best indicator to assess quality of children growth. Optimal growth is influenced by direct (infections and foods intake) and indirect factor caring capacity of mother, access to health facility and foods). This research was done as one of efforts to enhance quality of children growth particularly in critically period. Methods : A non probability sampling towards 81 mothers who had children under five years old (12-60 months) in Indralaya Subdistrict. The study design was cross sectional with quantitative approach by using a structured questionnaire. Chi square was used for data analysis. Result : 56.8% children under 5 years old in this study were stunted (TB/U <-2SD, based on WHO 2005 reference). Most of them weren’t practice early initiate breastfeeding (86,4 %), 88,9% were nonexclusive breastfeeding. There were 67,5% children under 5 suffered from ISPA 1 months before this research was done. More than half of mother hold basic level of education. They were housewife, had family income more than 1 million per month, had more than 1 child and part of extended family. Most of mother had low level of knowledge about breastfeeding practice and presented negative attitude. Level of education (pv 0.023), total children of mother (pv 0.043) and family composition (pv 0.009) were associated with children linear growth. Conclusion : Increasing caring capacity of mother is one of eforts that can influence better infant growth. Key words : Linear Growth, Breastfeeding, Infections

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
    Divisions: Faculty of Public Health > Department of Public Health
    Depositing User: fakhriyati f ningrum
    Date Deposited: 10 Apr 2015 11:28
    Last Modified: 10 Apr 2015 11:28
    URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/5338

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