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Aim: To compare among urban, sub-urban and rural populations towards the treatment seeking behaviour among the population by innovative analysis using random sampling technique.
Materials and methods: This explorative and descriptive analysis was used to create an online survey questionnaire to obtain data. The data was collected among rural (21%), urban (48.9%) and sub-urban (30.1%) populations. The total number of samples (N= 405) consists of three groups and samples and were analysed by a random sampling method. The sample size was calculated by maintaining G-power 80%, α=0.05, and a confidence interval of 95%.
Result: The comparative analysis of the urban (48.9%), sub-urban (30.1%) and rural (21%) was compared by treatment seeking for diseases was not found significant. Most people without medical facilities refrained from going to hospital and public health and had the habit of self medication.
Conclusion: At 95% confidence intervals, families who recognized the importance of health-care treatment approached public health centers. The understanding of traits showed statistical differences with innovative analysis in approaching people for health facilities immediately with the innovative analysis.