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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KANGAROO MOTHER CARE PRACTICE AND WEIGHT OF LOW BIRTH WEIGHT’S INFANTS IN NORTH JAKARTACreated by :
Intan Silviana Mustikawati ( none )
|Alt. Subject : ||KANGAROO MOTHER CARE|
|Keyword: ||LOW BIRTH|
Infant and neonatal mortality rates are still high in Indonesia, where the main problem of infant
mortality is neonatal. One of the causes of neonatal death is Low Birth Weight (LBW)s infants who
currently reach a prevalence of 10.2%. Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) is one of the interventions to
reduce death in LBWs infants, by making direct contact between the babys skin and the mothers skin.
The practice of KMC has various benefits, one of which is to increase the babys weight. The purpose
in this study is to analyze the relationship between KMC practice and weight of LBWs infants in
North Jakarta. This research was conducted in North Jakarta with a research population is a mother who
has LBWs infants post discharge from Koja Regional General Hospital, North Jakarta. Sampling was
conducted by consecutive sampling. Dependent variable was infants weight and independent variable was
KMC practice. Data collection was conducted through questionnaires and analyzed using Mann-Whitney
analysis. Most LBW’s infants’ mothers’ practice KMC in a good position with an average duration of
KMC practice of 3,02 hours per day. Based on Mann-Whitneys statistical tests, there is a significant
relationship between KMC practice and infants weight. Infants weight is one the important factors of
health, growth, and survival of LBW infants.
|Date Create||:||21/12/2020 |
International Conference of Health Development. Covid-19 and the Role of Healthcare Workers in the Industrial Era (ICHD 2020)
Civitas Akademika Universitas Esa Unggul
Fakultas Ilmu-Ilmu Kesehatan
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