2021, Vol. 5 Issue 2, Part CPages: 176-179
“A study to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice regarding Kabasura Kudineer among people residing at Kundrathur”
Dr. S Tamilselvi and G Indhumathi
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Covid-19 could also be a diseases caused by SARS COVID-2. The first case was to be recognized in china, Wuhan. The Risk factors of sars-cov-2 is shut contact with in 2m with anyone who has covid-19 coughed or sneezed by means of infected man and women and their signs and symptoms are exposure after 14days.symptoms are fever, cough, shortness of breath and tiredness. Kabasura Kudineer chooranam contains 15 substances for positive management of common respiratory illness. There was no side effects upon taking this Kabasura Kudineer Chooranam. The present study was to assess the knowledge, Attitude, Practice regarding Kabasura Kudineer among people residing at Kundrathur. A quantitative approach research design was used to conduct the study in Kundrathur, Chennai. 60 samples were selected by using non-probability convenience sampling techniques. The mean score of knowledge was 8.43±1.73, the mean score of attitude was 25.12±3.43 and the mean score of practice was 6.78±1.73. The calculated Karl Pearson’s Correlation value of r=0.0.645 between knowledge and attitude, r=0.474 between knowledge and practice and r=0.510 between attitude and practice shows a moderate positive correlation which was found to be statistically significant at p<0.001 level. This clearly infers that when knowledge regarding Kabasura Kudineer among people increases their attitude and practice level also increases. There was a significant relationship between level of knowledge, attitude and practice of Kabasura Kudineer among people residing in Kundrathur with their selected demographic variables was accepted. The result revealed significant association of level of knowledge, attitude and practice of Kabasura Kudineer among people residing in Kundrathur with their selected demographic variables was not accepted for the demographic variables.