Analysis of Factors Related to Delivery Method in a Primiparous Mother

Diana Pefbrianti, Esti Yunitasari, Tiyas Kusumaningrum

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Introduction : Delivery is a condition needs to be prepared by mother. Mother must know what to do in labor. Delivery is
often considered to be scary, because it’s long and painful process . Many woman prefer to
have Caesarean Section (CS) without medical indication. CS numbers at the private hospitals is around 15%. The
purpose of this study was to analize the factors related with delivery method at Pelita Insani Hospital Martapura. Method:
Cross Sectional design was used in this study. The population were all patient in maternity care room in 2nd and 3th floor
Pelita Insani Hospital Martapura. Sample provided using purposive sampling and there were 28 as respondents, taken
according to inclusion criteria. Data was collected using questionnaire. Data then analyzed using Spearman’s rho
test with level of significany < 0,05. Result: Result showed that knowledge (p=0,013) correlated with delivery method,
while other factors such readiness (p=0,051), beliefs (p=0,065), needs and desires (p=0,956) and support (0,185) showed
no correlation. Discussion : Further studies could continues with other variable and instrument related to this
experiment.

Keywords


delivery, method, knowledge, belief

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Introduction : Delivery is a condition needs to be prepared by mother. Mother must know what to do in labor. Delivery is

often considered to be scary, because it’s long and painful process . Many woman prefer to

have Caesarean Section (CS) without medical indication. CS numbers at the private hospitals is around 15%. The

purpose of this study was to analize the factors related with delivery method at Pelita Insani Hospital Martapura. Method:

Cross Sectional design was used in this study. The population were all patient in maternity care room in 2nd and 3th floor

Pelita Insani Hospital Martapura. Sample provided using purposive sampling and there were 28 as respondents, taken

according to inclusion criteria. Data was collected using questionnaire. Data then analyzed using Spearman’s rho

test with level of significany < 0,05. Result: Result showed that knowledge (p=0,013) correlated with delivery method,

while other factors such readiness (p=0,051), beliefs (p=0,065), needs and desires (p=0,956) and support (0,185) showed

no correlation. Discussion : Further studies could continues with other variable and instrument related to this

experiment.


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