German Measles and German Measles in Pregnancy

1957 Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine  
Objectives: To assess the student's knowledge regarding German measles and effect on pregnancy and it's outcomes. Methodology: A descriptive analytic study has been conducted to university students; the data has been collected through a questionnaire format through interview with the study sample The questionnaire format is comprised of two parts, demographic characteristics and assessment knowledge of university student about German measles. A purposive (nonprobability) sample which consisted
more » ... f (200) students. Sample which was collected from College of Languages and College of Arts. Data are analyzed through the use Excel (Statistical package) and Descriptive statistic was used to analyze data . Results: The results of the study revealed that the highest percentages (60%) at age group (21-25) years, (91%) for the unmarried, (48%) source of knowledge from internet, and most study sample are male. The study revealed that the most student had inadequate knowledge about Rubella. Conclusions: The study concluded that the most student had inadequate knowledge about Rubella. Recommendation: The study recommended to continues distribution of material through mass media to improve their knowledge of students regarding the German Measles and provide German Measles pamphlet of the instructional material to all students.
doi:10.1001/archpedi.1957.02060040557010 fatcat:zfrpi7kg5fd5xfdvzw3g36cd2i