Asphyxia and the Occurrences of Perinatal Death in Anutapura General Hospital of Palu in 2018
Central African Journal of Public Health
Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2019, Pages: 185-189
Received: Jul. 4, 2019; Accepted: Jul. 23, 2019; Published: Aug. 10, 2019
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Rosmala Nur, Division of Biostatistics, Population, and Family Planning, Public Health Study Program, Faculty of Public Health, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
Nurhaya Suardi Patui, Division of Biostatistics, Population, and Family Planning, Public Health Study Program, Faculty of Public Health, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
Sitti Radhiah, Division of Biostatistics, Population, and Family Planning, Public Health Study Program, Faculty of Public Health, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
Sri Rahayu, Division of Biostatistics, Population, and Family Planning, Public Health Study Program, Faculty of Public Health, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
Elvaria Mantao, Division of Biostatistics, Population, and Family Planning, Public Health Study Program, Faculty of Public Health, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
Rahma Dwi Larasati, Division of Biostatistics, Population, and Family Planning, Public Health Study Program, Faculty of Public Health, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
Ulfa Aulia, Division of Biostatistics, Population, and Family Planning, Public Health Study Program, Faculty of Public Health, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
Gabriella Bamba Ratih Lintin, Department Of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
Hajra Rasmita Ngemba, Department Information Technology, Informatics Engineering Study Program, Faculty of Engineering, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
Syaiful Hendra, Department Information Technology, Informatics Engineering Study Program, Faculty of Engineering, Tadulako University, Palu City, Indonesia
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Abstract
Background and objective: Perinatal death is fetal death at 28 weeks of gestation or more and infant mortality in the first 7 days of life. WHO data in 2015 showed that 4.5 million babies died in the first year of life. This study aimed to find out the risk factors for perinatal death at Anutapura General Hospital (RSU) of Palu in 2018. Methods: The method used was observational research with a case control approach. The case subject was mothers who had perinatal death and the control group was mothers of infants who did not experience perinatal death. There were 22 case samples and 88 controls with baby age matching. Sampling was done by simple random sampling technique. Results: Data analysis used odds ratio test with α = 5%. The results showed that Asphyxia (OR = 3.988 and CI = 1.097-14.501), Low Birth Weight (LBW) (OR = 2.100 and CI = 0.800-5.510) and Congenital Abnormalities (OR = 5.190 and CI = 3.534-7.623). Conclusions: Asphyxia, LBW, and Congenital Abnormalities are risk factors causing perinatal death. Recommendations: The mothers are expected to get early familiarization regarding the signs in pregnancy, increase ANC visits to control maternal and fetal health and pregnancy planning.
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Perinatal Death, Asphyxia, Low Birth Weight, Congenital Abnormalities
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Rosmala Nur, Nurhaya Suardi Patui, Sitti Radhiah, Sri Rahayu, Elvaria Mantao, Rahma Dwi Larasati, Ulfa Aulia, Gabriella Bamba Ratih Lintin, Hajra Rasmita Ngemba, Syaiful Hendra, Asphyxia and the Occurrences of Perinatal Death in Anutapura General Hospital of Palu in 2018, Central African Journal of Public Health. Vol. 5, No. 5, 2019, pp. 185-189. doi: 10.11648/j.cajph.20190505.11
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