STRESS DURING PREGNANCY AND PREECLAMPSIA ARE ASSOCIATED WITH PRETERM LABOUR

Saleha, Nurmukaromatis and Rina, Delfina and Maiyulis, Maiyulis and Tuti, Anggriani Utama (2019) STRESS DURING PREGNANCY AND PREECLAMPSIA ARE ASSOCIATED WITH PRETERM LABOUR. In: Conference Proceedings The 2nd Andalas International Nursing Conference 2019, 4 – 5 September 2019, Padang.

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Abstract

Prematurity causes around 60% - 80% of neonatal deaths globally. This study aims to look at the relationship of stress factors in pregnant women and preeclampsia with the incidence of preterm labor. This research was a quantitative study with a case-control study design. A sample of 152 people had 62 premature mothers and 90 terms. Data were collected by purpossive sampling and analyzed using Chi Square test. The results of the study found a correlation between the degree of stress and the incidence of premature p = 0.036; 95% CI = 0.682-6,308 while preeclampsia has a p value of 0.001 and 95% CI 1,874-25,849 with RR values 6,960. It can be concluded that the level of stress and preeclampsia was a factor in the occurrence of preeclampsia in Bengkulu in 2015. Researchers suggested that maternity nurses should improve interventions in coping with stress and preeclampsia in women during pregnancy, including other factors that influence the incidence of premature.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Depositing User: Septi Septi
Date Deposited: 25 Nov 2019 00:21
Last Modified: 25 Nov 2019 00:21
URI: http://repository.unib.ac.id/id/eprint/20376

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