HENNI EKA WULANDARI. Hubungan Umur Ibu Dan Jarak Kehamilan Dengan Status Anemia Pada Ibu Hamil Di Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Tirtajaya Kecamatan Bajuin Kabupaten Tanah Laut Tahun 2009.  Dibimbing oleh RUSMAN EFENDI, dan  RR RIRIN AYU PUSPITA.



Anemia is one of the indirect causes of maternal mortality, risk factors in pregnant women were primigravida aged less than 20 years or more than 35 years, more than four children, the distance last childbirth and pregnancy is now less than two years. In the year 2009, the district land sea maternal mortality caused by bleeding as much as two people. Preliminary data from 115 pregnant women who checked his Hb level in the know 53 people who suffer from anemia. The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between maternal age and length of pregnancy with anemia status of pregnant women in the working area clinic tirtajaya year 2009. The research method used is analytical survey with cross sectional approach, the population in this study were all pregnant mothers second child and so on with anemia. Sampling technique that is sampling the total amount to 53 people. The data is processed using a chi-square test with significance α = 0.05. The results stated that 46 persons (86.8%) suffered from mild anemia and seven people (13.2%) suffered from moderate anemia. Based on chi-square test showed significant correlation between maternal age variable with the status of anemia in pregnant women with the value ρ = 0.003, and there is a relationship between the variable length of pregnancy with anemia status of pregnant women with the value ρ = 0.028. Her advice for health workers to continue to disseminate through counseling, counseling for pregnant women to increase knowledge.

Keyword : maternal age, length of pregnancy, anemia status


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