Spatial Analysis of Pneumonia in Toddlers Based on Environmental, Individual, and Behavior Factors in Pelalawan Regency, Riau Province
Keywords:Pneumonia, Toddler, Spatial Analysis, Environmental Risk Factors, Individuals, Behavior
Pelalawan Regency is one of twelve districts in Riau Province with pneumonia cases in toddlers is quite
high, namely in 2016 there were 155.7% of pneumonia cases in toddlers. Based on these cases, there is
no clear information on how the cases were spread related to environmental risk factors. The research
aims to conduct spatial pneumonia analysis in toddlers based on environmental, individual and behavioral
factors. By knowing the pattern of disease distribution and its possible causes, it will be easier for officers to
plan pneumonia prevention efforts and prevention more effectively, community-based or make it easier to
design the development of further prevention programs. This research is a survey research with quantitative
analytic methods conducted in 12 Districts of Pelalawan Regency, Riau Province. The results showed the
highest distribution of pneumonia frequency in toddlers by region in 12 Districts of Pelalawan District was
the highest in Districts of Pelalawan.
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