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Posted by ayudya@esaunggul.ac.id at 13/05/2022 11:09:44  •  56 Views


EFFECT OF TIMING OF FIRST POSTNATAL CHECK ON NEONATAL DEATH IN INDONESIA: ANALYSIS OF IDHS 2002-2003, 2007, AND 2012 WITH RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY

Created by :
Ira Marti Ayu ( 0304038801 )
Asri Adisasmita; Decy Situngkir; Ratna Djuwita



SubjectKELAHIRAN
KEMATIAN
KESELAMATAN
Alt. Subject BIRTH
DEATH
SAFETY
KeywordNeonatal death
Postnatal
Survival
Cohort Study

Description:

Many of under-five death occurs during the neonatal period. The first week of life after birth, especially the first day of life is the most vulnerable time for child survival. Neonatal period accounts for more than one third (over 44%) in under five death. In Indonesia, Neonatal Mortality Rate in 2012 is 19 per 1000 live birth. One of the intervention to increasing of neonatal survival is by the timing of first postnatal check-up but from the previous study showed inconsistent effect. The objective of this study was to identifythe effect timing of the first postnatal check-up for the newborn on neonatal survival. This study used the data from 2002-2003, 2007, and 2012 IDHS. The design of this study was a retrospective cohort study and assessed the association of factors related to neonatal death used survival analysis by Cox regression.A total of 35.985 live birth singleton in IDHS 2002-2003, 2007 and 2012 were analyzed. Multivariate analysis showed that Babies who received a first postnatal check-up by health professional ≥24 hours up to 7 days after birth has a significant protective effect on neonatal death (HR=0,09;95%CI: 0,04-0,23). The study also found other finding that birth weight (HR=13,23; 95%:5,47-32,04)and pregnancy complication (HR=1,66; 95%CI: 1,17-2,36) were significant associated with neonatal death. In order to get the more accurate timing of first postnatal check-up, it recommended observing the timing of postnatal check-up directly.

Date Create:13/05/2022
Type:Text
Format:pdf
Language:English
Identifier:UEU-Proceeding-14_0264
Collection ID:14_0264


Source :
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Recent Innovations (ICRI 2018), pages 2680-2685

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Fakultas Ilmu-ilmu Kesehatan

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Civitas Akademika Universitas Esa Unggul

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@2022 Perpustakaan Universitas Esa Unggul


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https://digilib.esaunggul.ac.id/effect-of-timing-of-first-postnatal-check-on-neonatal-death-in-indonesia-analysis-of-idhs-20022003-2007-and-2012-with-retrospective-cohort-study-25125.html




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