Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 1

Program Study DIII Midwifery

STIKes Dharma Husada Bandung


2016
ABSTRACT

NENENG SITI SOLIHAH

RELATIONSHIP PROVISION COLOSTRUM WITH OCCURRENCE OF


JAUNDICE ON NEWBORN 0-3 DAYS IN CLASS B CIANJUR PUBLIC
HOSPITAL PERIOD MAY-JUNE YEAR 2016
V Chapters + 44 Pages + 6 Tables + 1 Chart + 10 Attachments
Jaundice is a yellowing of the sclera, skin or other tissue due to accumulation of
bilirubin in body or blood of more than 5mg / dl in 24 hours. Based on a
preliminary study in class B Cianjur public hospitals showed that 60% of women
did not know about jaundice and the benefits of breastfeeding to prevent jaundice.
This research aims to determine the relationship Provision colostrum with the
occurence of jaundice in newborns 0-3 days in class B Cianjur public hospitals.
Research type used analytic. Sampling techniques used accidental sample with
total population 232 respondents, sample of 125 respondents. Research started on
17 May to 17 June 2016. Data collection by observation and questionnaire,
statistics tested by used Chi-Square. Results obtained mostly provide colostrum
which (75%) experienced Kremer 1 in newborn. P-value (0.000) below value of
(0:05), so Ha is accepted. Results of this research there are significant
relationship between the provision of colostrum with the occurence of jaundice in
newborns 0-3 days in class B cianjur public hospital 2016. Expected to class B
Cianjur public hospital in order to continue improving services, counseling and
education about the benefits of breastfeeding to prevent jaundice.

Keywords: Provision Colostrum, Jaudice


References: 26 Sources (2006-2016)