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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



A Cross Sectional Study On Existence Of Oral Hygiene Practice In Rural And Semi Urban Population Of East Midnapore District Of West Bengal

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Jayeeta Majumder, Susmi Biswas, Dr. Sourav Gangopadhyay

 

KEYWORDS

East Midnapore, physical, oral hygiene, rural, semi Urban, social, West Bengal.

 

ABSTRACT

The oral hygiene is an important issue of health; it has both physical and social issues. Many researchers have found that a large number of people are not maintaining good oral hygiene practice especially in the rural areas of developing countries including India. There are lots of variation existed among the people of urban, rural and semi urban populations. Very few researches have conducted to assess whether any significant differences existed between rural and semi urban population of East Midnapore district of West Bengal in respect to practice of oral hygiene. In this regard we have conducted independent sample t test on 82 numbers of people of East Midnapore district. The result shows that practice of oral hygiene of rural and semi urban population of East Midnapore district is significantly different from each other as the P value is .001 as per the results of independent sample t test.

 

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