Hubungan Lama Ketuban Pecah Dini dengan Lama Perawatan Bayi Baru Lahir Di RSUD Dr. Moewardi Surakarta

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Soetrisno, Sri Sulistyowati. Asih Anggraeni, Rika Ernawati, 2014. Relationship between
The Latent Period of Premature Rupture of Membranes and Neonatal Care Duration at
Dr. Moewardi Surakarta Hospital. Journal. Faculty of M
edicine, University of Sebelas
Maret, Surakarta.

Background: The incidence of Premature Rupture of Membranes (PROM) approaches
10 of all delivered which one of the most pregnancy complications. During the latency
period of PROM, the bacterias raise inflammation in the vagina, move up in the fetal
membranes, umbilical cord, and placenta. Fetal infection caused by aspiration of
infected amniotic fluid may lead neonatus stillbirth, preterm delivery, or neonatal
sepsis. This study conducted to prove the relationship between the latent period of
PROM and neonatal care duration at Dr. Moewardi Hospital.

Methods: An observational analytic study with cross sectional method conducted to
mother criteria which were term gestation, aged around 20-35 years old, spontaneous

vaginal delivery, give birth an infant with a birth weight 2: 2500 grams. The independent
variable was a latent period of PROM while the dependent variable was a neonatal
care duration. The subjects were divided into two groups: PROM < 24 hours and
2: 24 hours. Further, they are seen the results of neonatal care duration in group
<4 days and 2:4 days. The variable was analyzed by Chi Square test.

Results: The subjects were 64 samples in two groups, each consisted of 32 samples. The
statistical analysis result for correlation test obtained the p -value is 1 (p >0.05), so it
can be stated that there was not a statistically significant in the relationship.

Conclusion: The result showed that there was not statistically significant in the
relationship between the latent period of PROM and neonatal care duration at Dr.
M oewardi Hospital.

Keywords: Premature Rupture of Membranes, Neonatal Care Duration