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Prevalence and Risk Factors for Preeclampsia in Pregnant Women in Bulukumba District Safruddin; Ely Kurniati; Rusnawati; Risnawati
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 4 No 2 (2020): Jurnal Life Birth
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat, Stikes Panrita Husada Bulukumba

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37362/jlb.v4i2.340

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Penelitian ini menggunakan deskriptif analitik dengan pendekatan Historical Cohort Studies, dengan tujuan melihat pada buku kohor ibu mengenai riwayat Umur, Paritas, IMT dan lingkungan tempat tinggal pada ibu yang mengalami Pre eklamsia pada Ibu Hamil di Kabupaten Bulukumba. Adapun tahapan dalam penelitian ini yaitu Mengambil data ibu hamil baik yang mengalami preeklamisia maupun yang normal di masing-masing puskesmas yang terdiri dari 20 puskesmas. Menentukan sampel dengan metode pengambilan sampel cluster sampling yang kemudian akan ditarik sampel dari masing-masing Puskesmas secara simple random. Menganalisis data yang telah diperoleh dengan menggunakan SPPS. Hasil penelitian dari 332 sampel ditemukan 259 (78,1 %) yang normal dan 73 (21,9 %) yang mengalami preeklamsia dengan hasil uji chi square menunjukkan bahwa ada perbedaan proporsi secara bermakna atau dengan kata lain umur, indeks massa tubuh (IMT), paritas dan lingkungan pemukiman ibu hamil, mempengaruhi kejadian pre eklamsia. Hasil penelitian ini dapat menjadi sumber data bagi peneliti selanjutnya serta dapat menjadi bahan masukan dan rekomendasi bagi Pemerintah Kabupaten Bulukumba dalam membuat kebijakan yang lebih terarah dan berfokus pada penanggulangan preeklamsia pada ibu hamil.
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
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat, Stikes Panrita Husada Bulukumba

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37362/jlb.v5i2.598

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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.
PENYULUHAN TENTANG ASI EKSKLUSIF PADA IBU HAMIL DI PUSKESMAS PONRE KECAMATAN GANTARANG KABUPATEN BULUKUMBA Ely Kurniati; Rusnawati
Jurnal ABDIMAS Panrita Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Jurnal Abdimas Panrita
Publisher : Stikes Panrita Husada Bulukumba

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ASI Eksklusif adalah pemberian Air susu ibu kepada bayinya sejak lahir hingga usia 6 bulan. Untuk memaksimalkan gerakan 1000 hari pertama kehidupan salah satunya adalah dengan memberikan ASI Eksklusif. Gold moment ini tidak pernah mungkin bisa diulang sehingga sangat disayangkan jika ASI Eksklusif ini tidak terlaksana karena mengingat begitu banyak maknfaat baik untuk Ibu maupun untuk Bayi. Namun pada kenyataannya masih banyak bayi yang tidak mendapatkan ASI Eksklusif. Pengabdian pada masyarakat ini bertujuan meningkatkan pengetahuan ibu hamil mengenai pentingnya ASI Eksklusif. Dengan pengetahuan yang baik maka cakupan ASI Eksklusif akan meningkat serta memaksimalkan gerakan 1000 HPK. Hal ini akan memberi banyak manfaat baik bagi ibu, bayi, keluarga serta bangsa dan negara. Hasil kegiatan penyuluhan ini adalah meningkatkan pengetahuan ibu hamil dan pendamping tentang pengertian ASI Eksklusif, cara melakukan asi eksklusif bagi ibu yang bekerja, tips untuk memperbanyak ASI. Kesimpulan hasil pendidikan Kesehatan ini dapat meningkatkan pengetahuan ibu hamil dan pendamping tentang ASI Eksklusif
Relationship Pregnant Women's Weight Gains With The Of Preeclampsia At The Bontobangun Public Health Center Ely Kurniati; Irmawati; Nabila; Sri Eka Juniarli; Murida Wiryanti; Aldina Lestari
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 5 No 3 (2021): Jurnal Life Birth
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat, Stikes Panrita Husada Bulukumba

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37362/jlb.v5i3.797

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Pregnancy is very closely related to childbirth, nifas and newborns. The quality of antenatal services provided greatly affects the health of the mother and fetus in the process of childbirth, nifas and newborns. But in its development, every pregnancy has a risk of experiencing complications or complications. Therefore, to ensure the protection of pregnant women and fetuses, efforts are carried out in early detection of risk factors for complications in pregnancy. Preeclampsia is a pregnancy complication characterized by an increase in blood pressure accompanied by proteinuria in pregnant women. Preeclampsia can be bad, even causing death in both the mother and the fetus it contains. This study was observational with a case-control design, where the case group was compared with the control group based on exposure status with a retrospective approach. The research was conducted at the Bontobangun health center, Rilau Ale District, Bulukumba Regency, from August to December 2021. As for the results of the study from 74 respondents, there were 37 normal pregnant women and 37 people the number of pregnant women who had preeclampsia. As for the excess weight gain (high risk) pregnant women who preeclampsia tend to be more than normal pregnant women, namely 6 people who have excess weight gain in pregnant women who are preeclampsia and 1 person who has excess weight gain in normal pregnant women. In addition, all pregnant women experience weight gain in the normal category. The results of the statistical test found that there was a relationship between weight gain and the incidence of preeclampsia at the Bontobangun Kec Health Center, Rilau Ale Kab.Bulukumba Period 2018-2020.