Nutritional status of preterm neonates at discharge in sanglah hospital

International Journal of Health Sciences

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Title Nutritional status of preterm neonates at discharge in sanglah hospital
 
Creator Wijaya, I Made Samitha
Sukmawati, Made
Putra, Putu Junara
Kardana, I Made
Artana, I Wayan Dharma
 
Subject child
hospital
neonates
nutritional status
preterm
 
Description The purpose of this study was to determine the nutritional status of preterm neonates when discharged from the hospital. A descriptive study was reviewed from the register of preterm neonate after hospitalization in neonatal ward Sanglah Hospital Denpasar. The number of total samples in this study was 190 patients. Most of the preterm neonates in this study were low birth weight (59.47%). At the beginning of the hospitalization, there were 83.86% preterm neonates with good nutritional status, decreased to 54.73% at discharge from the hospital. The group of neonates that had the highest number of decreases in the good nutritional status at discharge was found in 28-32 weeks gestational age. Most of the samples used breast milk for enteral feeding (68,42%). In preterm neonates with sepsis, only 42.52% neonates discharge with good nutritional status. Low birth weight preterm neonates with kangaroo method care were found increased weight gain in 78.57% neonates. The nutritional status of preterm neonates following hospitalization at Sanglah hospital is still not good. The preterm neonates with good nutritional status were decreased at discharge from the hospital.
 
Publisher Universidad Tecnica de Manabi
 
Date 2020-09-21
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijhs/article/view/449
10.29332/ijhs.v4n3.449
 
Source International journal of health sciences; Vol. 4 No. 3: December 2020; 10-19
2550-696X
2550-6978
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijhs/article/view/449/501
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 International journal of health sciences
 

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