HUBUNGAN PARITAS DAN USIA IBU DENGAN KEJADIAN PARTUS LAMA DI RUMAH SAKIT UMUM DAERAH TAPAN KABUPATEN PESISIR SELATAN
AbstractProlonged labor placed the third rank of maternal complication in Indonesia (4,3%). The incidence of prolonged labor at Tapan Hospital increased every year (30% in 2019 and 31% in 2020). Factors cause prolonged labor included parity and maternal age. This study aimed to determine the relationship between parity and maternal age with the incidence of prolonged labor in Tapan Hospital Pesisir Selatan. This study was an analytical survey with case control design, conducted on January 2021 until July 2021, 118 population, 72 samples. Data was collected from medical records and was analyzed using chi-square test (CI 95%). The results showed 44% respondents with high risk parity and 41.7% with high risk age. There was a relationship between parity (p=0.033 OR=3.182) and maternal age (p=0.002 OR=5,500) with the incidence of prolonged labor. It is recommended to health workers, especially midwives to be aware of the possibility of prolonged labor. Keywords : Prolonged Labor, Parity, Maternal Age
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