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JCR. 2020; 7(10): 362-366


EFFECTIVENESS OF FOOD EXHIBITION ON DIETARY MANAGEMENT OF DENGUE FEVER ON KNOWLEDGE OF PEOPLE IN KOYANAWASAHAT, MALKAPUR.

Sangeeta Patil, Nutan J. Potdar, Ajit Anandrao Pawar, Samir K. Choudhari, Neetanjali Patil, Sheetal Kadam, Sunita Shirole.

Abstract
Background of the study: Dengue is most common viral infection caused by mosquito. To get early recovery from dengue proper dietary management is necessary.
Objective: Study done with objective of effectiveness of food exhibition on knowledge of people on dietary management of dengue fever.
Material and Methods : Experimental study done in koyanavasahat, Malkapur with convenient sampling technique was used with one group pre and post-test design .total sample size 40 .Pre-test taken with help of self-prepared questionnaire on dietary management with the permission of sarpanch at koyanavasahat, Malkapur. Dietary exhibition was done and post-test was taken after one week by using structured questionnaire which was validated. Purpose of the study to implement the knowledge about diet on dengue fever by dietary exhibition for early recovery. (Knowledge score 0-6 poor knowledge,7-13-good knowledge, and 14-20 excellent knowledge).
Results: In pre-test1 0% are in poor knowledge, 75% are in good and 15% are in excellent. In post-test8% of people had poor knowledge, 45%are in good knowledge and 47% are in excellent knowledge. Post-test mean was 17.65 with standard deviation 2.058 the paired t-test value was 19.837 which was extremely significant at P-

Key words: Food exhibition. Dengue fever.



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