The Effect of Conventional Method on the Length of Treatment Days for Children Underwent Circumcision at Poniran Khitan Centre Bengkulu
Keywords:Children, Circumcision, Conventional method
Background: Circumcision is a minor surgical procedure that is most widely performed in the world,
namely a method of cutting all or part of the prepuce of the penis for specific indications and purposes.
Study Design:This study was used one-group pretest-posttest pre-experimental research design, with a total
sample 15 respondents.
Results: Based on the results of the bivariate analysis using the Dependent T test, it was found that there
was an effect conventional method with a value (p value = 0, 000) on the on the length of days of care for
circumcision wounds in children undergoing circumcision at the Poniran Khitan Centre Bengkulu.
Conclusion: The role of the Poniran Khitan Center will greatly assist in facilitating children in treating
wounds who undergo circumcision
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