THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CHRONIC ENERGY DEFICIENCY ASSISTANCE INTERVENTION WITH CONTINUITY OF MIDWIFERY CARE (ComC) APPROACH ON PREGNANT WOMEN

Rully Hevrialni, Yan Sartika

Abstract

Chronic Energy Deficiency  (CED) caused by nutrition imbalance, infectious illnesses, and bleeding.The objectives of this paper was to assess the efficacy of CED assistance interventions for pregnant women implementing the additional food (AF) from catfish and tempe. This is a quasi-experimental study with a one-group pre-and-post-test design. The research sample consisted of 30 pregnant women who were assigned to one of two groups: the assistance intervention group of 15 people and the non-mentoring group of 15 people selected using a purposive sampling technique. This study was carried out at a Public health center in Pekanbaru from January to December 2020. An observation sheet was used to collect data on Haemoglobin, upper arm circumference (UAC), and body weight. Data normality tests with Shapiro-Wilk and T-Independent tests were performed. The findings revealed that there was no significant difference in body weight and Hb between the provision of additional food in the form of nuggets made from local food and form biscuits; On the UAC of pregnant women, there is a significant difference between providing additional food in the form of nuggets made from local food and providing additional food (AF) in the form of biscuits. This research recommended that pregnant women with severe CED be given AF in the form of biscuits made from local foods  and that pregnant women be educated to consume AF on a regular basis in order to increase.

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Rully Hevrialni
rully@pkr.ac.id (Primary Contact)
Yan Sartika
Hevrialni, R., & Sartika, Y. (2021). THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CHRONIC ENERGY DEFICIENCY ASSISTANCE INTERVENTION WITH CONTINUITY OF MIDWIFERY CARE (ComC) APPROACH ON PREGNANT WOMEN . Jurnal Riset Kesehatan Poltekkes Depkes Bandung, 13(2), 310-318. https://doi.org/10.34011/juriskesbdg.v13i2.1880

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