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ABSTRAKS

KNOWLEDGE LEVEL OF PARENT ABOUT THE COMPLETE BASIC OF


IMMUNIZATION OF BABY INMENDAWAI STREET RT 01, 02, 03, AND 04
RW V PALANGKARAYA VILLAGE DISTRICT JEKAN RAYA
PALANGKARAYA CITY
YEAR 2013

BY: AJA SERNO


Growth and development of children can be optimally achieved if parents
take measures of health care to the baby. One effort to do health care is the
provision of basic immunization to infants to prevent diseases such as
teberkulosis, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, hepatitis B, poliomyelitis and measles.
Immunization is an attempt to get immunity against a disease, by inserting germs
or bacteria products that have been attenuated or disabled. Today most of the
parents still do not know the importance of immunization in infants so that
parents are not too concerned immunization in children.
This study aims to determine the level of parental knowledge about the
complete basic immunization in infants in the Mendawai RT 01, 02, 03, 04 RW V
Sub Sub Jekan Raya Palangkaraya Palangkaraya City in 2013. The study design
used is descriptive with presenting events that occurred. Sampling used is the
Simple Sampling Probability Sampling Ramdom sampling technique which is
done in a random way without regard to the existing strata in the population
members. The study was conducted on 13-14 May 2013. Researchers measuring
the level of parental knowledge about the complete basic immunization consists of
a good level of knowledge, sufficient and less. The data was collected using a
questionnaire.
Results of the study is the level of knowledge about the complete basic
immunization in infants of 30 respondents, 2 respondents (7 percent) categorized
well, 8 respondents (27 percent) categorized fairly, and 20 respondents (67
percent) categorized less. These results indicate that the level of parental
knowledge about the majority categorized fully immunized less. Based on the
results of the research proposed suggestions to the Hindu Hill Health Center is to
provide information to parents on the basis of incomplete immunization in infants.
Keywords: complete basic immunization, baby.

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