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Characteristics Of Children Mother Who Have Preeklamsia In Bulukumba Regency Kurniati, Ely; Sari, Iramaya
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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Childbirth is an important process for a mother. In the process of childbirth naturally the mother will spend a lot of energy and experience changes both physiologically and psychologically. Data obtained in the 2016 Medical Record total maternity of 1589 there were 132 cases of maternity women who experienced preeclampsia which were divided into 36 cases of mild preeclampsia, 36 cases of severe preeclampsia and 90 cases of eclampsia. The formulation of the problem in this study is "What are the characteristics of maternal women who have preeclampsia in H.A. Hospital Sulthan Daeng Radja, Bulukumba Regency, 2016 . The purpose of this research is to determine the classification of maternal women who have preeclampsia at H.A Sulthan Daeng Radja Hospital in Bulukumba Regency in terms of age, parity and gestational age. The design of this study uses quantitative descriptive. The study design uses quantitative descriptive, research time in August, and conducted at H.A Sulthan Daeng Radja Hospital, a population and sample of 132 cases. by using total sampling techniques, research instruments using the register of maternity rooms. Based on the results of research conducted classification of respondents based on the type of preeclampsia most experienced severe preeclampsia (PEB). Characteristics of respondents based on the age of mothers who experienced preeclampsia mostly included in the category of low risk (20-35 years), Characteristics of respondents based on parity of women who experienced preeclampsia were mostly included in the primiparous category, Characteristics of respondents based on gestational age who experienced preeclampsia were mostly included in the category Atter
Relationship Between Pregnant Women's Knowledge About Labor Process With Anxiety Against Labor Marwidah; Sari, Iramaya; Safruddin
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Jurnal Life Birth
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According to WHO data estimates that there are 500,000 maternal deaths throughout the world every year, as many as 99 percents of deaths occur in developing countries. From this figure, it is estimated that almost one mother dies every minute due to pregnancy and childbirth. While in Indonesia the Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) during childbirth is based on the 2015 Indonesian Health Demographic Survey where the MMR becomes 115 per 100,000 live births, so it still requires hard work from all components to reach the target. Research Objective To find out the Relationship between Knowledge of Pregnant Women About the Process of Labor and Anxiety Facing Labor in the Bonto Bangun Community Health Center, Rilau Ale District, Bulukumba Regency. Research design cross-sectional design. The population and sample in this study were pregnant women who were in the third trimester at the Bonto Public Health Center in the rilau ale sub-district of Bulukumba Regency as many as 34 people were taken using purposive sampling techniques using questionnaire measuring instruments. There is a Relationship between Knowledge of Pregnant Women About the Process of Childbirth With Anxiety Facing Childbirth at the Bonto Bangun Health Center, Rilau Ale District, Bulukumba Regency in 2015 with the results of a squared test obtained a value of 0,000 (> α = 0.5). Conclusions and Recommendations based on the results of research on the analysis of the relationship of knowledge of pregnant women about the process of childbirth with anxiety facing labor at the post-packaging bontobangun district rilau ale. In the interests of pregnant women in the face of childbirth required a high level of education, family support, age and parity in alleviating anxiety levels.
The Relationship Of Mother Characteristics With Exclusive Assessment Sari, Iramaya; A.Tenri Fajriani
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 2 No 1 (2018): Jurnal Life Birth
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World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a mother to give breast milk (ASI) exclusively. Exclusive breastfeeding is breastfeeding for infants up to 6 months of age, without the addition of fluids and solid food. Exclusive breastfeeding in various regions is still low. The purpose of this study is the relationship of maternal characteristics (age, parity, education, occupation) with exclusive breastfeeding in the working area of ​​Caile Health Center, Ujung Bulu District, Bulukumba Regency. The type of research used in this study is Analytical Observational, which is a researcher trying to find the relationship between variables. By using a cross-sectional approach. In this study, the sampling technique carried out by the author is the consecutive sampling method in which a sample selection method is done by selecting all individuals who meet and meet the selection criteria with a total sample of 37 people. There is no relationship between mother's work and exclusive breastfeeding in the Caile Community Health Center in Ujung Bulu District, Bulukumba Regency with a P-Value of 0.317. The conclusion is for working mothers to still be able to give their babies exclusively breastfeeding the right way. When the mother is sick, she should still be able to give the baby exclusively.
Description Of Neonatorum Asfixia Events In H. A. Sulthan Daeng Radja Hospital Bulukumba District Sari, Iramaya; Marwidah
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 1 No 3 (2017): Jurnal Life Birth
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Newborns are individuals who are growing up and have just experienced birth trauma and must be able to make adjustments from intrauterine to extrauterine life. The main causes of death in newborns in the world include LBW 29%, sepsis, and pneumonia 25%, and asphyxia 23%. Asphyxia occupies the third cause of infant death in the world in the early period of life. Asphyxia is a condition in which a newborn cannot breathe spontaneously and regularly after birth. One of the causes of asphyxia is maternal gestational age <37 and> 42 weeks. The purpose of this study was to determine the description of the incidence of asphyxia neonatorum in H. Andi Sulthan Daeng Radja District Hospital, Bulukumba Regency. The research design used was a descriptive study, which was carried out in August at H. Andi Sulthan Daeng Radja Hospital in Bulukumba Regency. The total population of all newborns is 1,678. The sampling technique used is Total Sampling for infants with asphyxia as many as 107, Simple Random Sampling by lottery for infants who are not asphyxia as many as 107. Data is collected through a register book then the data is processed by editing, coding, tabulating, and analyzed using the SPSS Program. the study showed that the majority of infants with asphyxia were <37 weeks of gestation and> 42 weeks of pregnancy (86.4%), while the low risk of not having asphyxia was 87 (81.3%). high-risk pregnancies are 86 (80.4%). For this reason, health workers are expected to always pay attention to the condition of the mother and baby by increasing their skills in handling neonatal emergencies by detecting the health of mothers and newborns early.
The Relationship Of Gravidity With The Occurrence Of Preeclampsia In Maternity Women Sari, Iramaya; Lestari, Aldina
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 2 No 2 (2018): Jurnal Life Birth
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World Health Data (WHO) the incidence of preeclampsia ranges from 0.5% - 38.4%. Preeclampsia and eclampsia throughout the World are estimated to cause approximately 14% (50,000-75,000) of maternal deaths each year. The incidence of preeclampsia in the United States alone is approximately 5% of all pregnancies, with a picture of the incidence of 23 cases of preeclampsia found per 1,000 pregnancies each year (Joseph et al, 2008). Meanwhile, in each country, the incidence of preeclampsia varies, but in general, the incidence of preeclampsia in a country is reported to be between 3-10% of all pregnancies. The researcher's goal is to find out the relationship between gravidity and the incidence of preeclampsia at the Bulukumba District Level. Historical cohort research design. The population and sample in this study were patients who experienced preeclampsia 73 and those who did not have preeclampsia 259 people in 20 public Health working areas in Bulukumba District who used cluster sampling techniques after counting the number of samples from each public Health then random sampling would be taken with the measuring instrument used was an observation sheet. Analysis of the data in this study used the Chi-square statistical test. Based on the statistical test obtained P = 0,000 <α = 0.005. The conclusion of this study is there is a relationship between Gravidity and the incidence of preeclampsia in maternity mothers. It is recommended that health services need to develop a health education program regarding the incidence of preeclampsia to prevent maternal mortality.