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영아의 豫防接種 및 營養에 關한 硏究

A Study on Vaccination and Nutrition of Infants in an Urban Area

공중보건잡지 1972년 9권 2호 p.408 ~ 416
배숙진,
소속 상세정보
배숙진 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


For the prupose of grasping the current status of knowledge and practice regarding to various immunizations for children and nutrition and weaning during infancy, this study was conducted towards 3,171 married women and their 2,943 last live births residing in Kumbuk Dong, Sungdong Gu, Seoul during the period from June 22, to October 12, 1968.
The following results were obtained and summarized.
1. Most women interviewed or more than 90 per cent were proven to know the purpose of smallpox and polimyelitis immunization respectively. On the other hand the proportion of women knowing the purpose of D.P.T. and B.C.G. vaccination was only 62 per cent.
2. Those knowledge about the immunization for children turned out to be correlated positively with the advancing educational level and living standards, and was very low among those women who had not been pregnant. The relationship among such knowledge and education or living standards was more prominent in D.P.T. and B.C.G. immuninization rather than smallhox and poliomyelitis.
3. By the delivery places, of their last live-births the proportion of knowing about the purpose of immunization was higher in women who have delivered in medical facilities, especially in general hospitals, rather than women delivered at homes.
The women who have experienced prenatal cares during pregnancy was proven to know about the immunization in comparison with the women who have never visited medical facilities for their prenatal cares.
4. Main food during the infancy was dependent on breast feeding. About 90 per cnet of women breastfed their last children during the former half infancy and 85 per during the latter half of infant period.
5. As the knowledge about the appropriate time of weaning, 70 per cent of women thought that weaning should take place only after 12 months from birth, and only 5 per cent approved as weaning time within 6 months after birth.
On the other hand more than 87 per cent of women reported having breast fed their infants to the end of infancy and only about 3 per cent before the end of 6 months from birth.
6. The knowledge on approriate time of weaning and the actual time of weaning were postponed or increased with the downward progression in the educational background of mothers. There was a big gap between the ideal time of weaning and the actual time of weaning.
7. As the special foods except mother´s milk, only 6 per cent of women reported having fed their last child with the special foods such as egg and bread in the former infant period, and the proportion of women was increased toward 23 per cent in the latter infant period.
8. As the reasons for not attempting breast feeding from birth, most women or 76 per cent of women reported as lack of milk or insufficient milk.

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