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The Effectiveness Of Administering Oral Honey Against The Degree Of Dehydration In Children With Acute Diarrhea In Malang, Indonesia

Volume 3 - Issue 1, January 2019 Edition
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Marsaid, Sulastyawati, Hurun Ain
acute, child, diarrhea, dehydration, honey.
Diarrhea is a bowel disorder the is marked by more than 3 times a day with liquid stool consistency, can be accompanied by mucus or blood. The results of laboratory studies and clinical trials, pure honey has a bactericidal activity that can be against some organisms enteropathogenic. The purpose of this research is to know the effectiveness of administering honey against a decline in the degree of dehydration in children with acute diarrhea in Lavalette Hospital Malang. This research using a quasy experimental design by pretest and posttest one group design with 24 respondents using accidental sampling. The effectiveness of oral honey to the degree of dehydration in children with acute diarrhea showed by the decreasing of the dehydration level before and after being given a treatment of honey on treatment group. The dehydration level decreases before and after the pharmacological action (intravenous administration) in the control group as much as in acute diarrhea patient.
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