Relationship of Mother Knowledge with Compliance of BCG Immunization on Childern with Tuberculosis in Puskesmas Pagaden Subang in 2017
Tuberculosis (TB) is a contagious disease that attacks the organs of the body, especially the lungs caused by the stem bacillus of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Disease of tuberculosis is contagious if a person breathes the polluted air of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria released during TB cough. Indonesia as the third largest contributor in the world after India and China. The number of cases of tuberculosis in children in Indonesia is about one fifth of all cases of tuberculosis.. After immunization is given, the risk of disease that can be prevented by BCG immunization such as tuberculosis will be very low. Therefore, it is important that maternal obedience in the delivery of BCG immunization in children. Research Objective to know the relationship of mother knowledge with obedience of giving BCG immunization to child of tuberculosis at Pagaden Subang Health Center. The research design used was analytical with cross sectional approach. The population studied were all mothers with children aged 0-5 years who went to Poly TB Puskesmas Pagaden Subang as many as 40 people with sampling technique. The research instruments are questionnaires and interview sheets. Univariate with percentase frecuency and bivariate with perarson chi – square data analysis. The result of the research p value = 0.006 ≤ value α 0,05, this shows there is correlation between mother knowledge with compliance of BCG immunization at child of tuberculosis at Pagaden Subang Health Center. It can be seen that from 40 respondents, most of the respondents have poor knowledge of 25 respondents (62,5%), 40 respondents obtained most of the respondents giving BCG immunization not on time as much as 28 respondents (70%).