Risk Factor Analysis of Acute Respiratory Infection on Children Under Five Years Old in Tanjung Pering Village Ogan Ilir

Sunarsih, Elvi and Purba, Imelda G (2015) Risk Factor Analysis of Acute Respiratory Infection on Children Under Five Years Old in Tanjung Pering Village Ogan Ilir. International Journal of Sciences : Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 22 (1). pp. 21-30. ISSN 2307-4531

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    Abstract

    Acute respiratory infection (ARI) is a main cause of morbidity and mortality disease infection on children under five years old especially for developing country. Tanjung Pering Village is a village in Ogan Ilir Regency where still many houses which is not fulfilled the health requirement. The unfulfilled health requirement of physical house environment and indoor air pollution were expected become the risk facor of acute respiratory infection on children under five years old in Tanjung Pering Village. The purpose of this research was to analyze the risk factor of acute respiratory infection on children under five years old in Tanjung Pering Village Ogan Ilir Regency 2014. This research used cross-sectional design. The research was conduct in Tanjung Pering Village Ogan Ilir Regency. Population of this study were all children under five years old who lived in Tanjung Pering Village 2014. Whereas the sample were 60 toddlers which was taken using simple random sampling technique. Data analysis was performed with univariate and bivariate analysis. Statistical test used chi-square test for bivariate analysis. Bivariate analysis result showed that variable which associated statstically with acute respiratory infection incidence on children under five years old were the type of wall (p-value = 0,023) and the type of floor (p-value = 0,045). Whereas nutritional status (p-value = 1,000); exclusive breastfeeding (p-value = 0,673); bedroom density (p- value = 0,312); ventilation condition in the morning/afternoon (p-value = 0,526); the type of roof (p-value = 1,000); the type of cooking fuel (p-value = 1,000); smoking habit in the house (p-value = 0,262); and immunization status (p-value = 0,389) had not associated statstically with acute respiratory infection incidence on children under five years old. Itis concluded that the type of wall and the type of floor have significant correlation with acute respiratory infection incidence on children under five years old in this research.Suggestion for this research are cleaning house and floor routinely everyday, repair the hole/broken walls and floors and also improve the community’s knowledge through counseling activity. Keywords: Acute respiratory infection; children under five years; the physical house environment; indoor air pollution; risk factor

    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: 04 Jun 2015 09:48
    Last Modified: 04 Jun 2015 09:48
    URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/5428

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