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Influence Of Baby Massage (0-4 Months) Against Improvement Of Baby Weight Fajriani, A.Tenri; Asmirati
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 1 No 2 (2017): Jurnal Life Birth
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat, Stikes Panrita Husada Bulukumba

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Infant massage will stimulate the vagus nerve, the nerve where it will increase the intestinal peristalsis to empty stomach, the baby quickly so hungry that food intake will increase. This nerve also stimulates increased production of digestive enzymes, thus increasing the absorption of nutrients. Nutrients are absorbed will participate in blood circulation also increased by sympathetic nerve action potentials. This study aims to determine the effect of Infant Massage (0-4 Months) against Improved Weight Infants In Public Healt Bontobangung Quasi-experimental research type approach Non-Equivalent Control Group or non-randomized control group design. Samples were 30 people with purposive sampling technique sampling.The results were obtained using two independent samples t test obtained value ρ = 0.008 is smaller than α = 0.05 so that Ho refused and Ha accepted which means no effect of massage with baby's weight gain. Suggested health officials need to do counseling, demonstrations and distribution of leaflets so that mothers are motivated to do massage on the baby, this can be done through activities poyandu.
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 The Characteristics Of The Plasenta Retention In Children Mother Andi Tenri Fajriani; Sri Eka Juniarli
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 1 No 3 (2017): Jurnal Life Birth
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Placental retention is a condition in which the placenta is not born until or beyond 30 minutes after the baby is born. Placental retention can cause infection and bleeding, bleeding is the number one cause of death (40% -60%) of the maternal mortality rate in Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to know the characteristics of placental retention in maternal at H.A.Sulthan Dg Radja District Hospital in Bulukumba Regency from January 2013 to December 2014. The research method uses a retrospective descriptive design, which is collecting data by looking backward. The sample in this study was to use a total sampling method that is 152 mothers. Data collection techniques in this study using the observation data matrix (checklist sheet). The results of the study according to parity in placental retention rates were more common in multiparas (42.8%), and placental retention rates according to labor interval occurred most at birth intervals close to <2 years (51.3% while the incidence rate of placental retention mostly occurred in mothers who had no history of curettage (68.4%).
Description Of Perineum Rupture Events On Mothers In Public Health Tanete Risnawati; Andi Tenri Fajriani
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 2 No 2 (2018): Jurnal Life Birth
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Perineal rupture is a wound in the perineum that often occurs during labor, this is due to sudden pressure from the head or fetus so that the skin and tissue of the perineum tear. The purpose of this study was to determine the description of the incidence of rupture of the perineum in women in the Tanete health center. This type of research is descriptive which only describes or describes. The population is all maternal women who experienced perineum rupture at the Tanete Puskesmas in 2016 as many as 195 people. The sampling technique is total sampling with a total sample of 195 people. The instrument used was an observation sheet using secondary data. The results of the study were obtained from 195 recorded cases, the most age-related characteristics were 20-35 years (75.4%), most maternal education with a secondary education level of 110 (56.4%), maternal parity was mostly Primipara namely 120 (61.5%), while the highest birth weight was> 3000 grams, namely 103 (52.8%). The conclusion in this study is the incidence of perineal rupture is dominated by mothers aged 20-35 years of secondary education, Primipara, and BBL> 3000 grams. It is recommended for further researchers to examine the relationship between some characteristics that exist in the mother.
Description Of Factors Affecting KB Acceptors In Selecting Condom Contraceptions Marwidah; Andi Tenri Fajriani; Surianto Iskandar
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 3 No 1 (2019): Jurnal Life Birth
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The choice of condom contraception makes husbands not satisfied with sexual intercourse. This shows that the husband's attitude is still negative towards the use of condom contraception that only thinks of himself, as well as the role of the wife in the use of condom contraception selection in intercourse which is still negative in the work area of ​​the Karassing Health Center. The population in this study was the husband of EFA active family planning acceptors who visited in the last 7 months (September 2017 - March 2018), the population in this study was 44 respondents, the sample of this study was 30 respondents. The sampling technique uses a probability sampling technique with a simple random sampling approach. This type of research is a descriptive study. Analysis to measure the wife's knowledge, attitudes, and support is univariate analysis. Good knowledge results as many as 11 respondents (36.7%), while sufficient knowledge of 10 respondents (33.3%), and lack of knowledge as many as 9 respondents (30.3%). The results of positive attitudes were 29 respondents (96.7%), while negative attitudes were 1 respondent (3.3%). The results of the wife's support received the support of 16 respondents (53.3%), while those who did not receive support were 14 respondents (46.7%). The conclusion of this study is, "the majority of respondents' knowledge is in a good category, most of the husband's attitudes are in a positive category, most of the husbands have the support of their wives in the selection of condom contraception in the work area of ​​the Karassing Health Center in 2018.
Factors Related to Stunting In Toddlers Aged 25-59 Months In Posyandu Bontonyeleng Health Center Area Andi Nurlaily; Andi Tenri Fajriani; Ely Kurniati; Sri Eka Juniarly
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 5 No 2 (2021): Jurnal Life Birth
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Stunting is still a problem in nutrition and child development problems in Indonesia. Stunting in South Sulawesi in 2019 amounted to 11.4%. The highest stunting prevalence is in the Bulukumba Regency, which is as much as 7.7% of short toddlers and 23.3% of very short toddlers. It is known the factors associated with the occurrence of stunting. The study was observational with a case-control design using secondary data from the mother's KIA book and primary data through interviews. Variables studied included the mother's height, the mother's education level, economic status, exclusive breastfeeding, birth weight, and gender. Sampling technique using simple random sampling. The number of samples in the study was 152 samples which included 76 case groups and 76 control groups. The results of the study obtained variables related to stunting events are maternal height p-value 0.015 (95% CI 1,495-40,012), exclusive breastfeeding p-value 0.006 (95% CI 1,366 - 6,228), sex p-value 0.002 (95% CI 1,590-7,312). The results of the multivariate analysis of maternal height had the highest risk of stunting incidence (p=0.015 OR=7,735, 95% CI=1,495-40,012) and gender was the most significant factor in stunting p-value events of 0.002 (95% CI 1,590-7,312). Maternal height is the most dominant factor in relation to stunting events.