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Relationship Between Parents And Events Low Birth Weight Asnidar; Asdinar
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Jurnal Life Birth
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat, Stikes Panrita Husada Bulukumba

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Babies are said to be Low Birth Weight (LBW) if the baby's birth weight is <2500 grams. Several factors influence LBW incidence, one of which is maternal parity. The purpose of this study is to know the relationship between maternal parity and LBW events in the Scope of Work in Lembanna Public Health Center, Kajang Sub-district, Bulukumba Regency in 2016-2017. This research uses an analytic observational design with a historical cohort approach. while the sample in this study amounted to 42 LBW infants using total sampling techniques and 42 non LBW infants using random sampling techniques. Based on the results of statistical analysis of the relationship with LBW events in the Scope of Work in the Health Center of Lembanna, Kajang District, Bulukumba Regency, 2016-2017 using the test chi-square, with a level of confidence (α = 0.05). Based on the test results obtained value (p = 1,000) then Ho is accepted and Ha is rejected. So it can be concluded that, "there is no relationship between maternal parity with the incidence of LBW in the scope of work of the Lembanna Public Health Center, Kajang District, Bulukumba Regency". The researcher suggests that the results of this study can be used as information and input for students and all related institutions to determine the relationship of maternal parity with LBW events in infants, and for future researchers to be able to add variables related to LBW.
Patients Of Eat Intake In Children Who Have Obesity And Overweight In The Mountains And Coastal Areas Asnidar; Irfanita Nurhidayah; Risnawati
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 2 No 3 (2018): Jurnal Life Birth
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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), The prevalence of overweight and obesity in children in the world increased by 6.7% in 2010 and is expected to reach 9.1% in 2020. From the results of preliminary data collection in several schools including in the mountainous region namely SMPN 14 Tanete with 180 VII grade VII students and 18 Bulukumba SMP with 51 VII Grade VII students, while in the coastal area that is 32 Bulukumba SMPN with 210 VII Grade VII students. Total of the total population of the four schools in the mountainous and coastal areas as many as 441 students. The purpose of this study is to analyze the differences in food intake patterns in children who are obese and overweight in mountainous and coastal areas. This research method uses descriptive research with a comparative study approach. The total population of this study was 441. With samples in the mountainous region, 35 respondents and 33 respondents were sampled a total of 68 respondents with consecutive sampling techniques. So it can be concluded that the distribution of eating patterns is less prevalent in overweight children and the distribution of eating patterns is more prevalent in obese children. Researchers suggest that the results of this study can provide information on the dietary intake of children who are obese and overweight in mountainous and coastal areas in Bulukumba Regency 2018. For parents of students, there is an awareness to behave in a healthy life by paying attention to food and limiting instant foods as well as oily foods such as fried foods.
Relationship Of Protein Intake And Stunting Events In Children Tenriwati; Asnidar; Astika Dwi Fitriani
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 3 No 1 (2019): Jurnal Life Birth
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Stunting or short body is one of the nutritional problems that are of global concern especially developing countries including Indonesia, and Indonesia ranked fifth with the level stunting events in the world. Many factors that cause stunting are one of them lack of food intake obtained by someone and inadequate such as lack of food intake someone and inadequate such as lack of energy and protein in taking. The purpose of the study is to know the relationship between protein intake and the incidence of stunting in children in the work area of public health Bontobangun Rilauale sub-district Bulukumba district. The research design was analytic observational with a cross-sectional approach. population and sample in this study were children aged 2-7 years as many as 47 respondents were taken using nonprobability sampling technique using observation sheet and food recall the results showed that there was a relationship between protein intake and the incidence of stunting in the work area Bontobagun community health center builds rural districts Bulukumbain 2018 with chi-square alternative fisher test obtained p-value = 0,000 (<α=0,05. It is suggested that the results of this study can be used as scientific reading material in the library and can also be used as reference material for students who research similar problems.
Relationship With Exclusive Asking Stunting Events In Children Asnidar; Safruddin; Emilia Yusram
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 3 No 2 (2019): Jurnal Life Birth
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37362/jlb.v3i2.301

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Stunting is a linear growth disorder caused by malnutrition in chronic nutritional intake and/or in chronic and recurrent infectious diseases as indicated by high z-core values according to the age of Tb / Ub less than -2 standard deviations. ASI is a safe food for infants to have a balanced composition of nutrients as needed and contains antibodies that can protect babies from the disease so that breastfeeding can guarantee adequate nutrition, prevent pain and death in infants. This study aims to determine the relationship of exclusive breastfeeding with the incidence of stunting in children under five in the working area of the gattareng health center. The research design used is quantitative analytic research with Cross-Sectional Design approach, the sampling technique is consecutive sampling to get respondents as many as 84 respondents from all populations of children under five in the working area of the gattareng health center. Data collection was carried out by distributing questionnaires to respondents and processing data / statistical tests using the Chi-Square Test with a significance value of α <0.05. And presented in the form of tables and narration. The results of this study There is a relationship between exclusive breastfeeding and the incidence of stunting with a value of P = 0.001 <0.05. This study concludes that exclusive breastfeeding is in the high category of 49 people (58.3%) and the incidence of stunting as many as 42 people (50.0%).
The Effect Of Health Education About Balanced Nutrition On The Level Of Pregnant Women Knowledge Who Suffers Chronic Energy Lacks Fitriani; Asnidar; Suhartini Suardi
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 3 No 3 (2019): Jurnal Life Birth
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37362/jlb.v3i3.311

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Chronic Energy Deficiency is a condition of lack of energy and protein intake in Pregnant Women that continues and has an impact on the health and safety of infants. Based on the prevalence of KEK pregnant women in the Balangnipa Puskesmas UPTD, in 2018 there were 170 (19.32%) Pregnant women suffering from SEZ from 880 visits by pregnant women. The occurrence of nutritional problems in pregnant women is generally caused by unbalanced eating patterns while fulfilling nutrition during pregnancy must have the motivation that is supported by sources of information and knowledge through health education about balanced nutrition. This study was intended to determine the effect of health education on balanced nutrition on the level of knowledge of pregnant women who suffer from KEK. The study was conducted with a pre-experimental method with the design of One Group PreTest-PostTest, the population consisted of 72 people, and techniques The sampling used is Purposive Sampling with a sample of 42 KEK Pregnant Women, with research instruments using a questionnaire. Data analysis is a Categorical Comparative Test using a paired T-Test. Based on data analysis, it is known that the level of knowledge of SEZ pregnant women before being given health education is 5 (11.9%) respondents with a good knowledge category, whereas after being given health education is 28 (66.7%) respondents with good knowledge category. This change was seen from the mean value of 15.33 (SD 5,318) to 25.31 (SD 3,639) with (p-value: 0,000 or α <0.001). This research shows that there is an effect of health education on balanced nutrition in pregnant women who suffer from KEK. Therefore, it is expected that the SEZ problem will get good treatment, and counseling on nutrition will be improved, with the development of more adequate references.
Related Factors With The Event Of Less Chronic Energy In Pregnant Women Nurdika Parsya; Siringoringo, Edison; Asnidar; Tenriwati
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 4 No 3 (2020): Jurnal Life Birth
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37362/jlb.v4i3.525

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Chronic energy deficiency (KEK) is a state of malnutrition in unfavorable conditions. The need for pregnant women will increase from the usual exchange of almost all very active loads, especially in the third trimester. Therefore, an increase in the amount of food consumption needs to be increased, especially the consumption of food sources of energy to meet all the needs of the mother & fetus, so if a little consumption will cause malnutrition or usually called KEK. The research objective was to determine the factors associated with the less chronic incidence in pregnant women. This research is a quantitative study, conducted with a descriptive-analytic, using a cross-sectional study approach. Cross-section design. The research sample was 44 respondents with Fisher's test. The results of this study indicate that there is a relationship between knowledge and the incidence of KEK in pregnant women using Fisher's test, the p-value is 0.004 (p <0.05). , 05), there is no relationship between parity and SEZ occurrence using Fisher's test, the p-value is obtained at 0.533 (p> 0.05). The conclusion in this study is that there is a relationship between knowledge and economic level with the incidence of KEK, there is no relationship between parity and the incidence of KEK in pregnant women. Suggestions for research to further expand the research sample not only to focus on pregnant women, but researchers can also examine adolescents and also pregnant women who experience chronic energy deficiency add research variables such as those that have not been researched, namely factors from disease infections and sources of disease. related to the incidence of KEK, Increasing the research period, with a longer period and it is hoped that more accurate and unusual research results can be obtained.
Effect of Green Papaya Fruit Vegetable Consumption On Increasing Breast Milk Production in Breastfeeding Mothers in Caile Health Center Hasrini; Tenriwati; Asnidar
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 5 No 2 (2021): Jurnal Life Birth
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37362/jlb.v5i2.739

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The background is that breast milk is the best food for a baby in the first 6 months of life. All nutritional needs such as protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals are well met from breast milk. There are various factors that can increase the production of breast milk, one of which is by increasing the intake of lactogogum contained in papaya butah. Lacktogogum sitesis is not widely known and relatively expensive so it is necessary to find alternative drugs. Papaya fruit is a fruit that contains lactogogum known as tropical fruit, papaya fruit or Carica papaya is also one type of fruit that has nutritional content and is rich in health benefits. The purpose of this study is to find out the effect of green papaya fruit consumption on increasing breast milk production in breastfeeding mothers. The research method used is the Pre Experiment method with the design of one group pre test and post test design without the use of comparison groups (controls). The results of the study can be seen that the production of breast milk before the consumption of papaya vegetables the average frequency of breastfeeding is 8.7 times and after consuming papaya fruit vegetables increased to 12.95 times with a value of t count = 7,701 greater than the value of t table = 1.74 (t count > t table) with Sig 0.000. Because Sig < 0.05, it means that the average milk production before and after papaya consumption is different. The conclusion is that there is an effect on the consumption of green papaya fruit vegetables on the increase in breast milk production in nursing mothers in Caile Health Center.
Factors Associated With Chronic Lack of Energy In Pregnant Women Nurdika Parsya; Asnidar; Haerani
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 5 No 3 (2021): Jurnal Life Birth
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37362/jlb.v5i3.752

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According to who (world health organization) the incidence of malnutrition in pregnant women ranges from 20-48% maternal mortality (AKI) in central Java during 2012 reached 678 (5.6%) cases, tending to increase compared to the previous year. In 2011 the number of AKI was recorded at 668 (5.5%) cases from 592,000 pregnant women, while in 2012 the number of AKI increased to 678 (5.6%) cases from 604,000 pregnant women. The purpose of this study was to find out the factors associated with the incidence of chronic energy deprivation (KEK) in pregnant women in the working area of Ponre Health Center of Bulukumba Regency in 2020. The research method used is quantitative research where this research uses research design with cross design sectional study. The results showed that there was a relationship between knowledge levels and income levels with the incidence of chronic energy deprivation (KEK) in pregnant women in Ponre Health Center of Bulukumba Regency, but there was no relationship between paritas or the number of pregnancies and the incidence of chronic less energy (KEK). Based on the results of research that has been done, taking into account the limitations that exist is expected for future research to improve these things and expand the sample of research not only focusing on pregnant women researchers can also examine adolescents and also partus mothers who experience chronic lack of energy (KEK).
The Relationship Between Protein Intake And The Incidence Of Chronic Lack Of Energy (KEK) In Pregnant Women Inatul Hidayah; Fitriani; Asnidar
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 5 No 3 (2021): Jurnal Life Birth
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37362/jlb.v5i3.754

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According to WHO additional protein for pregnant women is 0.75 grams/kg of body weight. And overall the amount of protein that will be needed by pregnant women is approximately 60-70 grams every day or about 925 grams of the total protein needed during pregnancy. The purpose of this research is to find out the relationship between protein intake and the incidence of chronic energy deficiency (KEK) in pregnant women in Puskesmas Ponre Bulukumba Regency. This type of research is quantitative research where this study uses a research design with a cross-sectional study design. This cross-sectional design is a research design by taking measurements or observations at the same time-dependent variables and independent variables at a given moment. The result of this study is that there is a relationship between protein intake and chronic energy deficiency (KEK) in pregnant women. Conclusions and advice For health centers and health workers need to provide ongoing education and assistance about KEK in pregnant women and fulfillment of nutrition during pregnancy to reduce the prevalence of KEK in the working area of puskesmas ponre.
SKRINING ANEMIA PADA REMAJA PUTRI DI KELURAHAN TANAHLEMO Asdinar; Asnidar; A.Tenri Fajriani
Jurnal ABDIMAS Panrita Vol 2 No 2 (2021): Jurnal Abdimas Panrita
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Remaja adalah masa peralihan dari anak-anak menuju ke masa dewasa. Pada masa itu remaja akan mengalami perubahan baik fisik, psikis dan kematangan fungsi seksual. Masa remaja (adolescence) merupakan periode transisi perkembangan antara masa kanak-kanak dengan masa dewasa, yang melibatkan perubahan-perubahan biologis, kogntif, dan sosio-emosional, faktor terpenting yang menyebabkan seseorang menjadi anemia, yaitu kehilangan darah karena perdarahan akut/kronis, pengerusakan sel darah merah, dan produksi sel darah merah yang tidak cukup. Anemia merupakan salah satu masalah gizi utama di Indonesia, khususnya anemia defisiensi bezi. Kasus anemia sangat menonjol pada anak-anak sekolah terutama remaja putri. Remaja putri berisiko tinggi menderita anemia, karena pada masa ini terjadi peningkatan kebutuhan zat besi akibat adanya pertumbuhan dan menstruasi. Prevalensi anemia yang tinggi pada remaja jika tidak tertangani dengan baik akan berlanjut hingga dewasa dan berkontribusi besar terhadap angka kematian ibu, bayi lahir prematur, dan bayi dengan berat lahir rendah. Skrining kejadian anemia dilakukan melalui pemeriksaan laboratorium yakni pemeriksaan hematologi meliputi pemeriksaan darah rutin yakni kadar Haemoglobin (HGB), Eritrosit (RBC), Kadar Sel Darah Merah (HCT), Volume Sel Darah Merah (MCV), Kadar Hb dalam setiap sel Darah Merah (MCH) dan Kepadatan Molekul Hb Dalam Sel Darah Merah (MCHC) pada 25 remaja putri.