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Vol. 30. Núm. S4.
First International Conference on Nutrition and Public Health (ICNPH-2019)
Páginas 219-222 (Junio 2020)
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Vol. 30. Núm. S4.
First International Conference on Nutrition and Public Health (ICNPH-2019)
Páginas 219-222 (Junio 2020)
Number pregnancy and low birth weight (LBW) babies in Anutapura Hospital in Palu City in 2016
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Imtihanah Amria,b,?
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, Ansariadib, Rosmala Nurc, Mirantia, Rahmaa, Haerani Haruna, Zelfiantya, Ulfa Auliaa
a Faculty of Medicine, University of Tadulako, Palu, Indonesia
b Faculty of Public Health, University of Hasanuddin, Makassar, Indonesia
c Faculty of Public Health, University of Tadulako, Palu, Indonesia
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Table 1. Distribution of sample characteristics based on age, level of education, and occupation.
Table 2. Distribution of frequency of LBW events at Anutapura General Hospital in 2016.
Table 3. Relationship between the number of pregnancies and LBW at Anutapura Hospital in Palu in 2016.
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Abstract
Objective

This study aims to know relationship the number of pregnancies with LBW in Anutapura Hospital in Palu in 2016.

Method

Using analytic method with case–control approach. Samples were obtained by accidental sampling. Samples are 80 in accordance with the inclusion and exclusion criteria. The research instrument using a medical record of patients. Data analysis using Chi-square.

Results

Primigravida who delivered babies with LBW were 15 (37.52%) and not LBW as much as 25 (62.5%). Multigravidas gave birth to babies with LBW as much as 6 (15%) and those who did not have LBW as much as 34 (85%). Statistical tests showed association between the number of pregnancies with LBW incidence (P=0.02). The results showed that primigravida was a risk factor for LBW incidence with an odds ratio of 3.4 so that it could be primigravida mothers were 3.4 times more at risk for giving birth to children with low birth weight.

Conclusion

There is a relationship of number pregnancy with LBW, that the lower the number of pregnancies the more risk for the occurrence of LBW.

Keywords:
Pregnancy
Low birth weight

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