Development of Information Value Model to Eliminate Inflammation in Patients with Vaginitis

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Seong-Ran Lee

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This study is to develop an information value model for removing inflammation in vaginitis patients. A survey was conducted on 92 people who visited obstetrics and gynecology clinics in the metropolitan area from May 25 through July 16, 2021. The information characteristics of the study subjects were Chi-square test. T-test was performed for comparison before and after application of the information value model in vaginitis patients. The t-test was performed for comparison of 5, 10, 15, and 20 days after and before the application of the information value model for vaginitis patients. The results of this study are as follow. Firstly, in the case of high vaginal secretion, 66.0% of the experimental group was significantly higher than 25.5% of the control group(X2=1.93, p=.00). Secondly, the itching decreased significantly after application(28.63±1.69) compared to before the information value model(41.97±0.52) was applied(t=2.76, p<.05).Thirdly, the vaginal inflammation showed a slight decrease after 5 days of application than before the information value model was applied. Therefore, the information value model applied in this study proved to be effective in treating vaginitis. It is believed that the derived results will contribute to the recovery of female genital vaginitis.

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