DETERMINANTS OF PREGNANCY FACTORS THAT RISKIN LABOR IN BARRU DISTRICT HOSPITAL THE YEAR 2011 - 2016

  • Lili Purnamasari Universitas Muslim Indonesia
Keywords: Pregnancy, Determinants, Factors at Risk for Childbirth

Abstract

Background: Problems that often occur in intrapartum and prenatal events can cause adverse effects on the baby in the next life is not new. Serious biological disability, health problems, obstetric disorders, and social problems that can interfere with both mother and baby, both mild and real. Objective: to obtain information about the determinant factors of pregnancy at risk for delivery in Barru District Hospital in 2011-2016. Method: This type of research is observational research with a Case-Control approach.The population in this study were all pregnant women who came to have a pregnancy and maternity check up to 6017 people. The sample in this study were pregnant women who came to check for pregnancy and childbirth at risk as many as 51 people who experienced the risk of pregnancy and childbirth and 51 people who did not experience the risk of pregnancy and childbirth with a ratio of 1: 1. Result: showed that out of 102 people who were taken as samples, 60 people (58.5%) were at risk for pregnancy such as anemia, hyperemesis gravidarum, and antepartum hemorrhage and only 42 people (41.2%) were not at risk for pregnancy or normal pregnancy. Conclusion: It is expected that pregnant women consume Fe tablets and multivitamins, consume nutritious foods, because nutritious foods will meet energy needs as well as to speed up the healing process

Published
2018-10-29