REGRESSION MODELING OF AFTER-BIRTH CHILD HEALTH STATUS TO STUNTING EVENTS IN WAY KANAN DISTRICT, LAMPUNG PROVINCE, INDONESIA

Authors

  • sutarto Department of Community Medicine and Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Lampung, Indonesia
  • Neti Yuliana Department of Agricultural Product Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Lampung, Indonesia
  • Dyah Wulan Sumekar Rengganis Wardani Department of Community Medicine and Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Lampung, Indonesia
  • Samsu Udayana Nurdin Department of Agricultural Product Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Lampung, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37268/mjphm/vol.22/no.3/art.1775

Keywords:

Stunting, model, immunization, mother, children

Abstract

All children have the right to a decent living, including health status, to grow and develop. The government has made various efforts to improve maternal and child health through immunization programs, maternal and child health services and nutrition improvement programs. Several determinants interact with stunting. The health status of children is critical, and infectious diseases are straightforward to transmit. This infection is very contagious and infects the body of malnourished children, and sick children will reduce their appetite. This study aims to explain the effect of modelling the health status of children under two years of age on the incidence of stunting. The descriptive-analytic method uses a case-control design, with the main population in this study being toddlers aged 2-3 years, using multiple logistic regression tests. In the health status of children aged less than two years, the most influential variables were the status of completeness of immunization (OR=104) and the following order of clean living behaviour at the household level (OR=33), complementary feeding (OR= 23), the tradition of leaving children (OR=10), birth weight (OR=9), active in Integrated Healthcare Center (OR=8), knowledge of using MCH handbooks (OR=5), age to stop breastfeeding (OR=4), gestational age (OR=4 ), and length of birth (OR=3). In the model equation, the variable of immunization status is the variable that has the most significant influence on the incidence of stunting. Immunization protects not only individuals but also the broader community through the benefits of herd immunity. All factors related to the health status of children under two years of age and knowledge of mothers during pregnancy are associated with using maternal-child health books and a history of anaemia during pregnancy, so children in Way Kanan have a 99.9% chance of experiencing a reduction in stunting

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Published

2023-04-24

How to Cite

, sutarto, Yuliana, N., Wulan Sumekar Rengganis Wardani, D., & Udayana Nurdin, S. (2023). REGRESSION MODELING OF AFTER-BIRTH CHILD HEALTH STATUS TO STUNTING EVENTS IN WAY KANAN DISTRICT, LAMPUNG PROVINCE, INDONESIA. Malaysian Journal of Public Health Medicine, 23(1), 218–226. https://doi.org/10.37268/mjphm/vol.22/no.3/art.1775