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Weight for Age Final Table

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Published by: Frenzy Punzalan Gulla on Oct 05, 2013
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CHAPTER VRESULTS AND DISCUSSION
HEIGHT FOR AGE
I.
 
CHILD’S PROFILE
 A.
 
Age in Months Vs. Nutritional StatusNSNormal Stunted SeverelyStuntedTall TotalAge inmonthsn-25 % n-12 % n-11 % n-2 % n-50 %
0-19 3 12% 4 33.33% 5 45.45% 1 50% 13 26%20-39 13 52% 6 50% 4 36.36% 1 50% 24 48%40-60 19 36% 2 16.66% 2 18.18% - - 13 26%
Gender
Male 10 40% 5 41.66% 4 36.36% 2 100% 21 42%Female 15 60% 7 58.33% 7 63.63% - - 29 58%
Rank Order
1
s
11 44% 5 41.66% 3 27.27% - - 19 38%2
n
10 40% 6 50% 4 36.36% 1 50% 21 42%3
2 8% 1 8.33% 1 9.09% 1 50% 5 10%4 2 8% - - 3 27.27% - - 5 10%
Interpretation:
In age in months vs. nutritional status, 52% of the normal respondents are 20-39 months old, in stuntedgroups the highest are 20-39 months old which is 50%, and in severely stunted groups the highest are 0-19months old which are 45.45% because 0-19 months have higher risk of being stunted due to weak immunesystem of the child.In gender, females are greater than males in normal, stunted and severely stunted, while males aregreater than females in tall. It shows that female have higher risk of being stunted due to slower growing abilityof females, and males have high risk of being tall.
 
 
NSNormal Stunted SeverelystuntedTall TotalPresence of sicknessn-25 % n-12 % n-11 % n-2 % n-50 %
Yes 6 24% 7 58.33% 5 45.45% 2 100% 20 40% No 19 76% 5 41.66% 6 54.54% - - 30 60%
Vaccination
Yes 22 88% 10 83.33% 7 63.63% 2 100% 41 82%no 3 12% 2 16.66% 4 36.36% - - 9 18%
MicronutrientSupplementation
Yes 21 84% 8 66.66% 4 63.63% 2 100% 34 68% No 4 16% 4 33.33% 7 36.36% - - 16 32%
Use of InfantFormula
<6months 19 76% 8 66.66% 6 54.54% - - 33 66%>6months 6 24% 4 33.33% 5 45.45% 2 100% 17 34%
Interpretation:
The table shows that 76% of the normal respondents are not sick last month, 58.33% of the stunted aresick last month, 54.54% of the severely stunted are not sick last month and 100% of the tall respondents are sick last month. It shows that most of the respondents are getting sick due to incomplete vitamins and inability to goto health center for check up.The table shows that 88% of the normal respondents have completed their vaccination, 83.33% of thestunted has also completed their vaccine, 63.63% of the severely stunted has completed their vaccine, and 100%of the tall respondents have complete vaccination. It shows that the respondents have completed their vaccinations, from normal, stunted, severely stunted and tall, and it also shows that some of the severely stuntedhave not completed their vaccination due to inadequate communication and inability to go to the health center.The table shows that 84% of the normal has micronutrient supplementation, 66.66% of the stunted hasmicronutrient supplements, 63.63% of the severely stunted has micronutrient supplement, and 100% of the tallhas micronutrient supplements. In summary, 68% of the 50 respondents have received micronutrientsupplementation.The table shows that 66% of the 50 respondents have used infant formula below 6 months.
It’s just
shows that the mothers used infant formula due to inability to breastfeed their child properly because of lack of time and lack of knowledge on proper breastfeeding.
 
II.
 
FAMILY PROFILENSNormal Stunted SeverelystuntedTall TotalMother n-25 % n-12 % n-11 % n-2 % n-50 %
15-19 - - 1 8.33% - - - - 1 2%20-29 18 72% 4 33.33% 6 54.54% 1 50% 29 58%30above 7 28% 7 58.33% 5 45.45% 1 50% 20 40%
EducationalAttainment
EF 2 8% 1 8.33% 2 18.18% - - 5 10%EG - - - - - - - - - -HF 6 24% 3 25% 3 27.27% - - 12 24%HG 5 20% 4 33.33% 3 27.27% - - 12 24%CF 9 36% 2 16.66% 1 9.09% 1 50% 13 26%CG 3 12% 2 16.66% 2 18.18% 1 50% 8 16%
Employment
Employed 3 12% - - - - - - 3 6%Unemployed 15 60% 11 91.66% 10 91.66% 2 100% 38 76%Contractual - - - - - - - - - -Regular - - - - - - - - - -Self-employed7 28% 1 8.33% 1 8.33% - - 9 18%
Interpretation:
The table shows that 58% of the 50 mothers were 20-29 years old. 40% are 30 years old and above and2% are 15-19 years old.The table shows that 26% of the mothers are college finished. 24% are high school finished and highschool graduate, 16% are college graduate and 10% of them are elementary finished.The table shows that 76% of the 50 mothers were unemployed, 18% are self-employed and 6% areemployed mothers.
NSNormal Stunted SeverelystuntedTall TotalFather n-25 % n-12 % n-11 % n-2 % n-50 %
15-19 - - - - - - - - - -20-29 14 56% 4 33.33% 4 33.33% - - 22 44%30above 11 44% 8 66.66% 7 66.66% 2 100% 28 56%
EducationalAttainment
EF 1 4% 4 33.33% 2 18.18% - - 7 14%EG - - 1 8.33% 1 9.09% - - 2 4%HF 6 24% 1 8.33% 2 18.18% 1 50% 10 20%HG 9 36% 2 16.66% 3 27.27% - - 14 28%

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