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Folia Medica Indonesiana

ISSN 0303-7932

Vol. 50 / No. 3 / Published : 2014-07

TOC : 12, and page :197 - 203

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In infant with acute diarrhea, nutritional status has correlation with dehydration degree, but not with mother’s education and breastfeeding

Author :

  1. Alfina Multaza Rahmi*1
  2. Alpha Fardah*2
  3. Budiono*3
  1. Mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran
  2. Dosen Fakultas Kedokteran
  3. Dosen Fakultas Kedokteran

Abstract :

Factors that cause of diarrhea are factors of infection, malabsorption factors, dietary factors and psychological factors. There arealso factors associated with diarrheal disease that maternal factors, environmental factors and behavioral factors. Until recentlypatients with acute diarrhea is still a lot. This study is to determine the relationship between nutritional status, maternal educationlevel and breastfeeding with degree of dehydration acute diarrhea in young children hospitalized at IRNA Pediatric Dr. SoetomoHospital. In this study using analytical cross sectional study in patients with acute diarrhea under five. Sampling technique usingtotal sampling that is then taken in accordance with inclusion criteria. The data taken in the form of questionnaires to look at thedata status of patients hospitalized at IRNA Pediatric Dr. Soetomo Hospital within November 25th 2011 to December 31th 2011.Statistically, the degree of dehydration of diarrhea patients had a relationship with nutritional status (p = 0.000). The degree ofdehydration of diarrhea patients with maternal education level of patients (p = 0.811) and the degree of dehydration of diarrheapatients with breast feeding (p = 0.904) has no significant association in patients with acute diarrhea under five are hospitalized atIRNA Anak Dr. Soetomo Hospital. Nutritional status has a correlation with the degree of dehydration of diarrhea patients, maternaleducation level and breastfeeding haven’t correlation with degree of dehydration. (FMI 2014;50:197-203)

Keyword :

diarrhea, nutritional status, education level, ASI,

References :

  1. Adisasmito W, (2007). Faktor risiko diare pada bayi dan balita di Indonesia: systematic review penelitian akademik bidang kesehatan mayarakat. 11, 1-10 : Makara Kesehatan
  2. Fuchs SC and Victora CG, (2002). Risk and prognostic factors for diarrheal disease in Brazilian infants: a special case-control design application. 18, 773-782 : Cad Saude Publica


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