September 2, 2022
September 2, 2022
Design of Disposable Dental Cutting Equipment in Accordance with Health Rules in Bali Province
International Journal of Allied Medical Sciences and Clinical Research,
Vol. 10 No. 3 (2022): 2022 Volume -10 - Issue 3
Tooth-cutting is a ceremony that must be carried out by Hindus in Bali. The tradition of the Tooth-cutting Ceremony contains a deep meaning for life. Tooth-cutting ceremonies in Bali vary widely, and teeth are often cut in bulk, so it is feared that disease transmission will occur. The purpose of this study was to design a disposable dental cutter in the province of Bali. The research was carried out with a transformative mixed methods design, namely the researcher used qualitative and quantitative tests. The qualitative test used semi-structured interviews with the Delphi method to 7 experts and 15 sangging practitioners to obtain disposable dental cutting tools according to health rules. After getting an agreement on the disposable tooth cutter, a seminar and hands on was held for the sangging to obtain quantitative data through the Post-test only control design test. The results of the qualitative research using the Delphi method showed that the experts agreed that the new tooth cutting tool was designed to be a disposable device, because this tool did not affect or conflict with the tooth-cutting process. The results of quantitative research on the sangging can accept a disposable appliance designed according to health rules, as evidenced by the Wilcoxon signed Ranks test, the perception of sangging of a disposable tooth cutter with a p value <0.05.
sangging, disposable tools, disease transmission.
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Sagung Agung Putri Dwiastuti, Ida Ayu Dewi Kumala Ratih, & IGA Ayu Dharmawati. (2022). Design of Disposable Dental Cutting Equipment in Accordance with Health Rules in Bali Province. International Journal of Allied Medical Sciences and Clinical Research, 10(3), 310–315. https://doi.org/10.61096/ijamscr.v10.iss3.2022.310-315
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