Hubungan Tingkat Pengetahuan Ibu dengan Kelengkapan Imunisasi Dasar pada Bayi di Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Meuraxa Kota Banda Aceh
Basic immunization is immunization given to infants from the age of 0-9 months years old, including 1 dose of BCG, 3 doses of DPT, 3 doses of Hib, 4 doses of Polio, 4 doses of Hepatitis B, and 1 dose of Measles. Mothers who have low knowledge of basic immunization will form a negative attitude towards immunization services. This study aims to determine the correlation between the mother's level of knowledge and the completeness of basic immunization for infants in the Meuraxa Public Center of Health Services (PCHC) working area. This is Analytical Observation with cross-sectional design and was conducted in 14 villages in the working area of the Meuraxa PCHC from 18 October to 06 November 2021. The samples in this study are 61 people and were chosen using the purposive sampling technique. To measure the level of knowledge, a questionnaire instrument developed from previous studies was used in this study. Data from the MCH handbook was used to determine the completeness of basic immunization. The Chi-Square test was utilized to identify the correlation between research variables. The results of this study obtained Mothers who have less knowledge are 18 people (29.5%), mothers who have sufficient knowledge are 28 people (45.9%) and mothers who have good knowledge are 15 people (24.6%). Infants who have complete basic immunization are 17 people (27,9%) and infants who have incomplete basic immunization are 44 people (72,1%). The bivariate analysis shows that there is a significant correlation between the mother's level of knowledge and the completeness of basic immunization for infants (p=0.005) in the Meuraxa PCHC working area. Mothers in the Meuraxa PCHC working area have low knowledge of DPT-HB-Hib and Polio immunization.