LUARAN MATERNAL DAN PERINATAL PADA IBU HAMIL DENGAN PREEKLAMPSIA BERAT (Analisis Perbedaan Faktor Risiko dengan dan Tanpa Riwayat Preeklampsia)

Akip, Sarah Dyaanggari and Wiyati, Putri Sekar and Wijayahadi, Noor (2015) LUARAN MATERNAL DAN PERINATAL PADA IBU HAMIL DENGAN PREEKLAMPSIA BERAT (Analisis Perbedaan Faktor Risiko dengan dan Tanpa Riwayat Preeklampsia). Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Medicine.

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Abstract

Background: Maternal mortality rate (MMR) in Indonesia in 2013 was 190 / 100,000 live births and 101.92 / 100,000 live births in Semarang in 2010. Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) in Indonesia reached 34/1000 live births. Severe preeclampsia is one cause of high MMR and IMR. Severe preeclampsia also increases the incidence of maternal and perinatal morbidity ,thus it is necessary to do research on maternal and perinatal outcomes in women with severe preeclampsia. Aim: To describe the maternal and perinatal outcome of pregnant women with severe preeclampsia and to analyze the difference between maternal and perinatal outcomes of pregnant women with severe preeclampsia who have and don’t have a history of preeclampsia. Method: This study was an analytic observational research which used cross sectional method and secondary data, which was medical records. The main concern of this study was the characteristic, maternal, and perinatal outcome analyzed descriptively. Then, the differences between the outcome of women with and without history of preeclampsia was analyzed with fischer exact. Result: Maternal characteristics appearing the most is the number of multiparous mothers 40.7%. While maternal and perinatal outcomes that appear most frequently are impaired vision and low birth weight, as much as 42.4% and 49.2%. The difference between outcomes in women who have and do not have a history of preeclampsia was not significant. Conclusion: There is no significant difference between maternal and perinatal outcomes in women who have and do not have a history of preeclampsia. Keyword: severe preeclampsia, outcome, maternal, perinatal

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RG Gynecology and obstetrics
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:46835
Deposited By:Ms Lutfiatun Heni
Deposited On:13 Nov 2015 11:15
Last Modified:13 Nov 2015 11:15

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