Hubungan antara Paritas Dengan Posisi Menyusui Yang Benar Pada Ibu Nifas di RS Muhammadiyah Dan RS Muslimat Kabupaten Ponorogo

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muniati murniati Prasidharasmi Striratna Winayaiswari

Abstract

Results of preliminary studies that have been conducted in the postpartum Hospital
Muhammadiyah Ponorogo and Ponorogo in 10 respondents with observations on August
10, 2016 obtained 7 respondents (70%) with a breastfeeding is True Position, 3
respondents (30%) with a nursing position skilled. From 7 to mothers with less skilled
nursing position in an entirely get primiparas. Thus allowing the lack of skilled due to a
lack of experience on postpartum mother for the first time to breastfeed her baby. The
purpose of this study to determine the relationship Parity with Breastfeeding Positions
Right On Mother Postpartum hospital and the hospital's Muhammadiyah Ponorogo
Ponorogo.
The design study is an analytic correlational with cross sectional approach. The
research location in Hospital’s Women Muhammadiyah Ponorogo Ponorogo, conducted
in September 2016. The population is all breastfeeding mothers in Hospital’s
Muhammadiyah Ponorogo Ponorogo, the month August 2016 the number of 30, with a
sample of 30 people, with a purposive sampling techniques sampling. The independent
variables are parity on postpartum mother and the dependent variable is the correct
feeding position. The instrument of this research with interviews and observation sheet.
Analysis of the data by using chi square test at the significant level of 0.05.
Based on the results of parity On 22 Capital Ruling majority of respondents
(73,3%) primiparas. Breastfeeding Correct Position On Mother Postpartum mostly 8
respondents (26,7%) with a disadvantage. No Parity Relationships with the Right
Nursing Position On Postpartum Mothers in Hospital Muslimat Ponorogo and
Muhammadiyah Ponorogo Ponorogo's Women, at significance level of 0.05 is thus
obtained p = 0.000 p <α 0.05, Ha accepted that there Parity Relationships with Nursing
Positions properly on Postpartum Mothers in Hospita’sMuslimat Ponorogo and
Muhammadiyah Ponorogo Ponorogo, with a strong degree of closeness of relationship
(0.683).
Based on the results of the study are expected postpartum mothers to increase their
knowledge and understanding of the importance of knowing the correct feeding position,
especially for mothers primiparous.

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