Status Gizi dan Sosial Ekonomi sebagai Penyebab Anemia Ibu Hamil

Translated title of the contribution: Nutritional and Socioeconomic Status as the Cause Maternal Anemia

Herlena Hayati, Evi Martha

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Abstract

The prevalence of maternal anemia is 37.1%, by 51.5% among them of maternal anemia as an indirect cause of maternal death. This study aims to determine nutritional and socioeconomic status as the causes of maternal anemia in AM Parikesit Tenggarong Hospital in 2017. This study are quantitative and qualitative using cross sectional design and Rapid Assessment Procedures (RAP). Quantitative using descriptive analytic methods with a sample of 214 pregnant women. Qualitative using content analysis with of 37 informants. The results showed there was a relationship (p = 0.027) between nutritional status with maternal anemia after being controlled with home ownership, history of delivery assistance, pregnancy spacing and parity. Socioeconomic factors such as home ownership having a role in iron intake. The results of qualitative research indicate the consumption of heme vegetable is the highest consumption on anemic mothers, besides the low compliance of pregnant women in consuming Fe tablets. On the contrary, pregnant women who did not anemic consumption of animal heme is their daily consumption, and almost entirely obedient in the consumption of Fe tablets. Cross program and sectoral cooperation is needed, providing cheap and affordable sources of carbohydrate and protein by the middle-lowe economic community, providing a source of vitamins and minerals that help the process absorption of Fe.

Translated title of the contributionNutritional and Socioeconomic Status as the Cause Maternal Anemia
Original languageIndonesian
JournalMedia Kesehatan Masyarakat Indonesia
Volume16
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2020

Keywords

  • Maternal anemia
  • nutrition

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