Passive Smokers Pregnant Women with Low Birth Weight

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Title Passive Smokers Pregnant Women with Low Birth Weight
Passive Smokers Pregnant Women with Low Birth Weight
 
Creator Mawaddah, Sofia
Tiyawati, Sulis
 
Subject Low Birth Weight
Passive Smokers
Pregnant Women
Pregnant Women
Passive Smokers
Low Birth Weight
 
Description The number of cases of low-birth-weight babies at dr. Doris Sylvanus Regional General Hospital, Palangka Raya in 2017 was as many as 378 cases. One of the causes of low birth weight was mothers who smoke actively or passively during pregnancy. The objective of this study is to determine the relationship between passive smoking pregnant women and the incidence of low birth weight at the dr. Doris Sylvanus Regional General Hospital, Palangka Raya. This research is an observational study using a cross-sectional research design and a retrospective approach with a sample of 45 mothers obtained using purposive sampling technique. Data analysis used Chi-Square statistical test. The results of the study found that pregnant women with heavy passive smokers gave birth to babies with low birth weight as many as 28 people (62.2%) and 1 person who did not have low birth weight babies (2.2%). Meanwhile, pregnant women with light passive smokers who gave birth to low birth weight were 12 people (26.7%) and 4 people did not have low birth weight (8.9%). Thus, there is a significant relationship between passive smoking pregnant women and the incidence of low birth weight at dr. Doris Sylvanus Regional General Hospital, Palangka Raya with p = 0.047, OR = 9.33. For further researchers, it is recommended to examine the factors that cause pregnant women to smoke passively with the incidence of low-birth-weight babies.
The number of cases of low-birth-weight babies at dr. Doris Sylvanus Regional General Hospital, Palangka Raya in 2017 was as many as 378 cases. One of the causes of low birth weight was mothers who smoke actively or passively during pregnancy. The objective of this study is to determine the relationship between passive smoking pregnant women and the incidence of low birth weight at the dr. Doris Sylvanus Regional General Hospital, Palangka Raya. This research is an observational study using a cross-sectional research design and a retrospective approach with a sample of 45 mothers obtained using purposive sampling technique. Data analysis used Chi-Square statistical test. The results of the study found that pregnant women with heavy passive smokers gave birth to babies with low birth weight as many as 28 people (62.2%) and 1 person who did not have low birth weight babies (2.2%). Meanwhile, pregnant women with light passive smokers who gave birth to low birth weight were 12 people (26.7%) and 4 people did not have low birth weight (8.9%). Thus, there is a significant relationship between passive smoking pregnant women and the incidence of low birth weight at dr. Doris Sylvanus Regional General Hospital, Palangka Raya with p = 0.047, OR = 9.33. For further researchers, it is recommended to examine the factors that cause pregnant women to smoke passively with the incidence of low-birth-weight babies.
 
Publisher Research and Community Service Unit, Poltekkes Kemenkes Kupang
 
Date 2021-06-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://jurnal.poltekeskupang.ac.id/index.php/infokes/article/view/299
10.31965/infokes.Vol19.Iss1.299
 
Source JURNAL INFO KESEHATAN; Vol 19 No 1 (2021): JURNAL INFO KESEHATAN; 47-54
JURNAL INFO KESEHATAN; Vol 19 No 1 (2021): JURNAL INFO KESEHATAN; 47-54
2620-536X
0216-504X
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://jurnal.poltekeskupang.ac.id/index.php/infokes/article/view/299/326
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 JURNAL INFO KESEHATAN
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0
 

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