The Factors Influencing with Anemia Incidence to Pregnant At Public Health Centre Manimer Teluk Bintuni District
Anemia in pregnancy is a national problem that often occurs in pregnant women due to various factors including age, education, occupation, socio-economic, nutritional status, parity, distance of pregnancy, frequency of pregnancy visits and consumption of Fe tablets. Objective: To find out the factors associated with the incidence of anemia in pregnant women at the Manimeri Health Center in Teluk Bintuni District. Research Method: Analytical with cross sectional study design. The population was
... The population was all pregnant women who came to the Puskesmas Manemari as much 232 people with a total sample of 70 people using purposive sampling. Data approach using a questionnaire and analyzed using the chi square test and logistic binary regression. Results: Factors associated with anemia in Manimeri Health Center, Bintuni Regency were nutritional status (p-value 0.007; RP = 2.579 CI95% (1,381– 4,815), pregnancy distance (p-value 0.031; RP = 2,227 CI95% (1,222– 4,058), consumption of Fe tablets (p-value 0,000; Rp = 7,333 CI95% (1,870–28,752). While the factors associated with the incidence of anemia in the Manimeri Community Health Center in Bintuni Regency are maternal age (p-value 0.693; RP = 11,284; CI95% (0.644 - 2.560), mother's education (p-value 0.560; Rp. 1.322 CI95% (0.682– 2.565), maternal occupation (p-value 0.276; RP = 0.600 CI95% (0.274 - 1.314), socioeconomic status (p-value 0,409; RP = 00,698 CI95% (0,368– 1,324), parity (p-value 1,000; Rp. 0,818 CI95% (0,242– 2,768), pregnancy visit (p-value 0,776; Rp. 1,196 CI95% (0,626– 2,285). Nutritional status, pregnancy distance, consumption of Fe tablets. Consumption of Fe tablets is the most dominant factor associated with the incidence of anemia.