FFAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI KEPATUHAN ANTENATAL CAREE (ANC) PADA IBU HAMIL TRIMESTER III DI WILAYAH KERJA UPTD PUSKESMAS TUNGGANGRI KECAMATAN KALIDAWIR KABUPATEN TULUNGAGUNG

Latifatus Zahroh; Nurwijayanti; Anggrawati Wulandari

ABSTRACT

Antenatal Care (ANC) aimed at growth and development of the fetus in the womb is absolutely to prepare a possible physical and mental optimum of mother and fetus, so it brings a healthy mother and fetus. But the reality at the moment, there are still many pregnant women who are not obedient in checked her pregnancy or Antenatal Care (ANC) regularly. The purpose of the research was to the factors that influence compliance with Antenatal Care (ANC) at the III trimester of pregnant women in the region Tunggangri Kalidawir Subdistrict health centers Unit for Tulungagung district. Design research is descriptive research analytical design using the approach of Cross Sectional. The population is all of the pregnant women with gestational age aterm (37-40 weeks) in the Unit for Clinics Tulungagung district. The sampling technique using total sampling large samples with as many as 31 respondents. The independent variables used by age, education, economic, and social knowledge. The dependent variable used in the compliance of pregnant women. The instrument uses a questionnaire and observation sheets. Research on time 7 to 12 Oktober 2013. Analyze data using Logistic regression test. The research done almost all respondents old early adulthood (20-35 year) (25%), respondents (80,6%), mostly educated SMA as many as 16 respondents (51.6%), mostly social economy prosperous family III as many as 16 respondents ( 51.6%), most knowledgeable about 22 either respondents (71%) and largely subservient respondents (71%). The analysis result of knowledge acquired factors affecting ANC compliance with nilai p-value 0,047 <0.05. Prenatal compliance ANC is affected by a factor of knowledge. Hence, to boost compliance ANC pregnant mothers we need to given counseling about the importance of the ANC.

Key words: compliance, Antenatal Care, pregnant women TM III