Gambaran Pengetahuan Ibu Tentang Penyakit Anemia Pada Ibu Hamil Di Lingkungan 1 Kelurahan Sihitang
Keywords:Mother's Knowledge, Disease, Anemia, Pregnant Women
According to WHO (2015) the incidence of anemia in pregnant women is 28-36 million people. Based on the Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS) in 2015, the incidence of anemia in pregnant women in Indonesia reached 324,000 cases. The purpose of this study was to determine the description of maternal knowledge about anemia in pregnant women in Sihitang Village, Environment 1, Padangsidimpuan District, Southeastern Padangsidimpuan City in 2020. This research method is descriptive with random sampling method. A total of 30 respondents from a population of 235 respondents. The time of this research is from June-August 2020. The results of this study indicate that the general description of maternal knowledge about anemia in pregnant women belongs to the tofu category as many as (50,%) 15 respondents. The category of very knowledgeable (46.7%) is 14 respondents, and the category of not knowing is (3.3%) 1 respondent. The description of mother's knowledge based on age classified as know, namely age 26-30 years as many as (60.0%) 3 respondents, based on education who knew IRT (71.4%) 5 respondents, based on sources of information classified as knowing Non health care as many as (66, 7%) 2 people, based on the variety classified as tofu, namely primiparas (100.0%) 4 respondents. The results of the correlation analysis between the independent and dependent variables showed the parity variable (0.494**). Significantly correlated, while other variables are not significant. From the instrument test, it was obtained that r = 89.7% and = 0.8792 = 0.772 or the ability of the questionnaire as a research tool to test mother's knowledge was 7.2%. 0.879.
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