JURNAL IBU DAN ANAK https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA <p><strong><img style="float: left;" src="/public/site/images/admin/index.jpg" width="254">Jurnal </strong><strong>Ibu dan Anak</strong> adalah jurnal kebidanan nasional yang menerbitkan karya ilmiah untuk bidan, perawat, nutrisi, akademisi dan praktisi. Jurnal Ibu dan Anak diterbitkan oleh Jurusan Kebidanan Politeknik Kesehatan Kemenkes Riau pertama kali&nbsp; bulan Mei &nbsp;2013 dan kemudian diterbitkan 6 bulan &nbsp;sekali &nbsp;yaitu bulan Mei dan November. Jurnal Ibu dan Anak &nbsp;memuat artikel penelitian (<em>research article</em>) kebidanan meliputi : kehamilan, persalinan, postpartum, bayi baru lahir, keluarga berencana, remaja, klimakterium, komunitas kebidanan, pendidikan di kebidanan, dan terapi komplementer dalam kebidanan.</p> en-US jurnal_ibu_anak@pkr.ac.id (Siska Helina) siska@pkr.ac.id (Siska Helina) Wed, 10 Feb 2021 00:00:00 +0000 OJS http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Antenatal care by Bidan Delima in Pekanbaru https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/284 <p>Abstract <br><br> <br>One of the healthworker who are competent in providing antenatal cara is a<br>midwife. Association of indonesian midwive launching Bidan Delima Program to <br>make midwife more professional. This research aim to obtain information about<br>antenatal care by bidan delima in Pekanbaru. This research was qualitative<br>research with phenomenalogical approach. The informan are Facilititator of<br>bidan delima, woman who perform antenatal care to bidan delima, also bidan<br>delima who selected by purposive sampling. Data collected with deep interview<br>and checking documentation which is conducted by bidan delima. Data were<br>analysis by source and technic triangulation. The result show there is a midwife<br>who proovide TT imunization without rate imunization status. Bidan delima<br>commonly did not have kit or tool to examine blood gr Hepatitis Boup, HIV,<br>Sifilis dan. We expected bidan delima service unit organize training/ workshoop<br>to upgrade bidan delima knowledge about antenatal care</p> Ari Susanti, Isye Fadmiyanor ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/284 Mon, 01 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 THE RELATIONSHIP OF PREGNANCY EXERCISE TO PERINEAL RUPTURE AMONG PRIMIPAROUS WOMEN AT PMB DINCE SAFRINA OF PEKANBARU IN 2015 -2018 https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/285 <p>Abstract<br>Perineal rupture is one of the complications that occurs during labor that can <br>lead to death in the mother. The impact of perineal rupture is bleeding during<br>the first hour after childbirth, fistulae, hematoma, and infection. One of the<br>preventive efforts that can be done to reduce perineal rupture is pregnancy<br>exercises. The results of a preliminary survey conducted at PMB Dince Safrina<br>showed that 66.1% out of 186 women giving birth experienced perineal<br>rupture. This study aimed to determine the relationship between pregnancy<br>exercise and perineal rupture in primiparous women in PMB Dince Safrina in<br>2015-2018. This quantitative research method used a cross sectional design.<br>The population was all primiparous mothers at PMB Dince Safrina in 2015<br>up to 2018 with 219 people. The sampling technique used was total<br>sampling. The data analysis used univariate and bivariate with the chi-square<br>statistical test. The results showed that 55.25% of primiparous mothers did<br>pregnancy exercise and 58.40% experienced perineal rupture. The results of<br>statistical tests obtained a p-value of 0.000, meaning there was a significant<br>relationship between pregnancy exercise and the incidence of perineal<br>rupture in primiparous women with OR of 0.239, indicating that those who<br>did not do pregnancy exercise would experience perineal rupture 0.239<br>times than those who did. It is suggested to midwives to maintain pregnancy<br>exercise classes and provide health education to pregnant women to be more<br>active in carrying out pregnancy exercises to prevent the occurrence of<br>perineal rupture during labor.</p> ining Hardyanti, Juraida Roito Harahap, Ani Laila ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/285 Mon, 01 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 THE RELATIONSHIP OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES OF A FERTILIZER AGE COUPLE ABOUT REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH WITH HUSBAND PARTICIPATION IN FAMILY PLANNING https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/286 <p>Abstract</p> <p>Background. Men and women have the same rights to obtain information and<br>equal access in fulfilling needs regarding reproductive health. Efforts to develop<br>reproductive health are not only a person's problem, but also a family concern.<br>The issue of gender equality and men's responsibility in relation to reproductive<br>health and family planning (KB) is a new paradigm for the family planning<br>program that was born from the Cairo Agreement in 1994. One of the obstacles<br>to efforts to increase men's participation in family planning is that there is still a<br>misconception in society that tends to targeting women in‟ reproductive problems.<br>This could be due to the lack of knowledge that families have about women's<br>reproductive health issues. Purposes research.This is to find out the knowledge<br>and attitudes of a married couple about women's reproductive health problems.<br>Method.The study design was non-experimental with a cross sectional approach.<br>The research was conducted in the working area of Puskesams Rejosari with a<br>population of fertile aged couples who have at least 1 child and are still using<br>contraception. The sampling technique was simple random. Test analysis using the<br>chi square. Results. The results showed that the knowledge and attitudes of fertile<br>aged couples about reproductive health were not related to their husband's<br>participation in family planning. (p&gt; 0.05). It is hoped that health workers can<br>promote family planning in men to increase the husband's participation in family<br>planning.</p> Fatiyani Alyensi, Okta Vitriani ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/286 Mon, 01 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE INCIDENT OF LOW BIRTH WEIGHT(LBW) IN REGIONAL GENERAL HOSPITAL OF ARIFIN ACHMAD, PEKANBARU https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/287 <p>Abstract <br><br>Low birth weight (LBW) is closely related to infant mortality and morbidity.<br>The LBW would be at risk of still birth, growth and development retardation.<br>Besides that, individuals with a history of LBW have a high risk factor for the<br>incidents of hypertension, heart disease and diabetes after reaching the age<br>of 40 years (Kosim MS in Mahayana, 2012).<br>The purpose of this study is to determine the factors that influence the incident<br>of LBW in Regional General Hospital of Arifin Achmad, Pekanbaru 2018.<br>This research was an analytic using a cross-sectional research design,. The<br>data were taken from medical record. The population in this study were all of<br>maternal women whose babies were treated in the perinatology room of<br>Regional General Hospital of Arifin Achmad, Pekanbaru. The total of<br>population and sample are 328 and 250 respectively.<br>The results show that: there is no significant relationship between maternal age<br>and LBW incident 0.990 (p-value&gt; 0.05), no correlation between parity and <br>LBW incident with p value = 0.661 (p value&gt;α), there is no significant<br>relationship between the illness of mother during pregnancy with LBW incident <br>with p value = 0.773 (p value&gt;α), no significant relationship between<br>placental abnormalities during pregnancy and incident of LBW with p value = <br>0.153 (p value&gt;α) , there is a significant relationship between pregnancy age<br>and LBW incident with p value = 0.000 (p value ≤ α), and there is a <br>significant relationship between twin pregnancy and incident of LBW with p<br>value = 0.002 (p value&gt;α). <br>From this research, it can be suggested that the community, especially<br>pregnant women and their families to increase much more information on<br>maternal and child health through social media, to attend counseling and<br>seminars, and to ask the medical personnels directly to the nearest health<br>facilities about LBW. By these suggestions LBW hopefully could be avoided.<br>Keyword : Low Birth Weight (LBW)</p> Elly Susilawati, Jasmi ., Findy Hindratni ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/287 Mon, 01 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 THE EFFECT OF GIVING AMBON BANANA (MUSA PARADISIACA.L) TO EMESIS OF GRAVIDARUM IN PREGNANT WOMEN AT SIDOMULYO HEALTH CENTER OFPEKANBARU IN 2019 https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/288 <p>Abstract <br><br>Emesis Gravidarum is a common symptom in pregnancy and occurs in 50-60%<br>of pregnant women. In addition to consuming drugs to treat nausea and<br>vomiting, mothers can try the recommended fruits such as bananas which can<br>overcome Emesis Gravidarum. In bananas it contains Vitamin B which is<br>soluble in water and helps increase the development of central nervous system<br>cells in the fetus. A preliminary survey conducted at the Sidomulyo Inpatient<br>Health Center in Pekanbaru City showed that 8 out of 10 pregnant women<br>experience Emesis Gravidarum so that it can cause discomfort for pregnant<br>women. The purpose of this study was to effect of ambon banana on Emesis<br>Gravidarum in pregnant women at Sidomulyo Inpatient Health Center,<br>Pekanbaru City in 2019. This type of research is a pre-experiment with one<br>group pre-post test design. This research was conducted from March to June<br>2019. The population in this study were all pregnant women who experienced<br>Emesis Gravidarum with a sample of 19 people taken by accidental sampling<br>technique. The results showed that the average score of nausea vomiting with<br>mothers Emesis Gravidarum before given ambon banana was 10,21<br>(SD=2,175) and after being given ambon banana was 7,21 (SD=2,200). The<br>result of the Wilcoxon test statistical test showed that there was an effect of<br>giving ambon banana to Emesis Gravidarum in pregnant women with (p-value<br>0,000). It is recommended for midwives to provide education about ambon<br>banana as one of the nutrients from natural ingredients to reduce Emesis<br>Gravidarum during pregnancy.</p> Yufa Molisa, Lailiyana ., Ani Laila ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/288 Mon, 01 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 THE EFFECT OF OKETANI MASSAGE ON BREAST MILK IN POST PARTUM MOTHER IN PMB DINCE SAFRINA https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/295 <p>Abstract <br><br>Ministry of Health 2017 states that exclusive breastfeeding coverage in Riau<br>in 2017 is 28.57% of the 80% national target. As many as 50% of<br>postpartum mothers who experience breastfeeding problems, such as low<br>breastfeeding on the first to the third day of birth. One way to expedite<br>breastfeeding is by using the oketani massage method. The purpose of this<br>study was to determine the effect of massage on breastfeeding in post<br>partum mothers. This type of research is a quantitative research using a quasi<br>experiment with a post test only design with a control group. This research<br>was conducted from December 2018 to June 2019 at PMB Dince Safrina. The<br>population in this study were all normal post partum mothers from March to<br>May 2019. The sample in this study was 30 post partum mothers taken by<br>purposive sampling. The data collection instrument in this study was the<br>observation sheet that was filled in by the researcher directly through<br>observation, after doing oketani massage for 3 days. Methods of data<br>collection in this study, the intervention group performed oketani massage for<br>3 days (1 time a day) with a duration of 5-10 minutes and immediately<br>observed it on the third day using observation sheets, and the control group<br>did not do oketani massage. The statistical test used was the Mann Whitney<br>test. The results of this study showed that there was an effect of massage<br>treatment on breastfeeding in post partum mothers (p = 0.003). It is hoped<br>that oketani massage can be applied in PMB Dince Safrina as an alternative<br>to help speed up breastfeeding and prevent problems during breastfeeding<br>in post partum mothers such as flat nipples and breast milk dams.</p> Windy Mayasari, Yanti ., Lailiyana . ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/295 Mon, 01 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 THE EFFECT OF PREGNANCY EXERCISE ON SLEEP QUALITY THIRD TRIMESTER PREGNANT WOMEN IN HEALTH COMMUNITY CENTER PAYUNG SEKAKI PEKANBARU 2019 https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/296 <p>Abstract</p> <p>Fisiology anatomy change in the pregnant women make a complaints that often<br>appear one which is sleep disorder. 50% of third trimester pregnant womens in<br>Payung Sekaki Health Community Center experience sleep disorder. One way to<br>overcome is with pregnancy exercise. The research aim is for knowing the effect of<br>pregnancy exercise on sleep quality in third trimester pregnant women in Health<br>Community Center Payung Sekaki Pekanbaru on March until June 2019. The<br>research used pre experiment with one group pretest and post test design.<br>Populations this research is all pregnant women in the third trimester at Payung<br>SekakiPekanbaru Health Community Center and samples this research was 29 people<br>taken by purposive sampling technique. Data the sleep quality in research use<br>Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) questionnaire. Univariate and bivariate data<br>analysis using the Wilcoxon test. Result the research show there is increase sleep<br>quality in third trimester pregnant women with p value 0,000 (p&lt;0,005) that means<br>there is significant effect ofsleep quality in third trimester pregnant women before<br>and after pregnancy exercise.Suggestions in this study are that the research site<br>conducts a pregnancy exercise program an invites pregnant women to take part in<br>pregnancy exercises regularly.</p> Lidia Faradilla, Siska Helina, Rully Hevrialni ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/296 Mon, 01 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 DECREASED BACK PAIN IN TRIMESTER III PREGNANT WOMEN DUE TO PREGNANCY EXERCISE IN SIDOMULYO HEALTH CENTER OF PEKANBARU IN 2019 https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/297 <p>Abstract <br><br>Based on Pekanbaru City Health Profile data in 2017, the coverage of<br>pregnant women's visits at Sidomulyo Health Center was 1.985. The results of<br>a preliminary survey at Sidomulyo Health Center found 80% of pregnant<br>women experienced back pain. One of the non-pharmacological methods to<br>reduce back pain during pregnancy is pregnancy exercise. This study aimed<br>to determine the decrease in back pain in third trimester pregnant women with<br>pregnancy exercise. This study used a pre-experimental designconducted in<br>Sidomulyo Community Health Center Pekanbaru from March to June 2019.<br>The population was trimester III pregnant women who came to check their<br>pregnancy at the Sidomulyo Health Center in March-May 2019 with a sample<br>size of 15 taken using purposive sampling technique. Data collection was done<br>by assessing the back pain of pregnant women before and after pregnancy<br>exercise. The results showed that the average back pain before pregnancy<br>exercise was 3.87, whereas after pregnancy exercise was 1.73. There was a<br>decrease in pain intensity after pregnancy exercise (p = 0.001). It is<br>expected that midwives should be able to conduct counseling especially in<br>third trimester pregnant women to do pregnancy exercises</p> Okta Vitriani, Juraida Roito Harahap, Putri Aida Novance ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jurnal.pkr.ac.id/index.php/JIA/article/view/297 Mon, 01 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000