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Anemia in pregnancy is also associated with increased maternal morbidity.
According to WHO about 40% of maternal deaths in developing countries are associated
with anemia in pregnancy and most anemia in pregnancy is caused by acute bleeding and
poor nutritional status. Based on the data of Ponorogo District Health Office 2015
recorded 6,652 pregnant women, with the incidence of KEK as much as 21.19% and
anemia as much as 5.86%. This study aims to determine the effect of chronic energy
deficiency on anemia in pregnant women Tumpak Pelem Village, Sawoo District,
The type of research used is observational research with cross sectional design.
Sampling technique with probability sampling with 31 respondents.
The result of statistical test obtained p value = 0.0002 (p≤0.05), which means there
is Influence of Chronic Energy Deficiency (KEK) to pregnancy anemia in pregnant
woman in Tumpak Pelem Village, Sawoo Sub-district, Regency of Ponorogo Year 2017.
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