8. Pregnancy care quality measurements in Indonesia

When:
May 5, 2019 @ 05:00 – 05:50 UTC Timezone
2019-05-05T05:00:00+00:00
2019-05-05T05:50:00+00:00
Where:
Room 3, Big Blue Button
Cost:
Free

Astri NurdianaSpeaker: Astri Nurdiana

Facilitator: Robyn Maude

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The incidence of bleeding, preeclampsia and heart disease has always been the 3 biggest causes of maternal death in the Indonesia, pathophysiologically the incidence of bleeding, preeclampsia and heart disease are can be avoided, because it
can be detected as early as possible during prenatal care by health workers before the occurrence become more severe conditions in pregnant women.
This study aims to identify the implementation of pregnancy care carried out by midwives in Indonesia based on 10T antenatal care standards. The standard of pregnancy care that has been implemented at this time is the standard 10T care which consists of measuring body weight and height, checking blood pressure, examining the height of the fundus uterus, screening TT immunization status, Fe supplementation, determining nutritional status, laboratory tests, determination of presentation and fetal heart rate, risk management and health education.
This research is a quantitative descriptive study using a blind observation research method in which midwives do not know that they are being the subject of research, this is conducted to maintain the objectivity of the implementation of pregnancy care carried out by midwives.
Sample of this study are 70 midwives in Indonesia, Data collection was conducted by 1 midwifery student as an observer, who had been trained in how to assess midwifery care. The research was carried out for 6 months with consideration of ethical research under the Department of research and community empowerment of Singaperbangsa Karawang University (Unsika), this research fully funded by Unsika.

Recording: https://recordings.rna1.blindsidenetworks.com/frontier/d110f4b5795d9863103a0c8edf9c144011e3b4b3-1557024998706/capture/