ASUHAN KEBIDANAN TERINTEGRASI PADA NY K UMUR 24 TAHUN DI PUSKESMAS GAJAHAN SURAKARTA

I, Laras Kurniyati (2018) ASUHAN KEBIDANAN TERINTEGRASI PADA NY K UMUR 24 TAHUN DI PUSKESMAS GAJAHAN SURAKARTA. Other thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    ABSTRAK Laras Kurniyati Indri Saputri, R0315021. ASUHAN KEBIDANAN TERINTEGRASI PADA NY. K G2P1A0 UMUR 24 TAHUN DI PUSKESMAS GAJAHAN SURAKARTA. Program Studi D III Kebidanan Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta 2018. Ruang Lingkup: Continuity of Care (COC) adalah pendekatan asuhan kebidanan yang bertujuan untuk memberikan asuhan secara berkelanjutan melalui pendampingan pada ibu hamil, bersalin, nifas, bayi baru lahir (BBL), dan KB dalam upaya menjaga kesehatan ibu dan bayi serta deteksi dini komplikasi dan penyulit. Pelaksanaan: Pelaksanaan yang digunakan yaitu observasional deskriptif dengan pendampingan dan asuhan kebidanan menurut tujuh langkah Varney data perkembangannya menggunakan metode SOAP. Dengan 11 kali kunjungan, yaitu hamil 2 kali, bersalin 1 kali, bayi baru lahir 3 kali, nifas 3 kali, dan keluarga berencana 2 kali. Evaluasi: Persalinan, nifas berlangsung normal tanpa penyulit. Ibu memilih KB Senggama Terputus. Dari hasil asuhan yang telah diberikan yaitu ditemukan kesenjangan antara teori dengan praktik pada masa hamil yaitu kenaikan berat badan ibu selama hamil hanya 4kg, dan bayi baru lahir tidak di berikan imunisasi HB0, BCG dan Polio 1. Kesimpulan dan saran: Terdapat kesenjangan yaitu pada kenaikan berat badan Ny.K selama hamil dan tidak diberikannya imunisasi HB0, BCG dan Polio 1 pada bayi. Bagi klien diharapkan dapat untuk melakukan imunisasi dasar lengkap pada bayinya serta lebih memperhatikan jadwal imunisaasi bayinya. Dan bagi tenaga kesehatan teratur memberikan penkes pada ibu hamil. Kata Kunci: Asuhan Kebidanan, Terintegrasi, Ibu dan Anak ABSTRACT Laras Kurniyati Indri Saputri, R0315021. INTEGRATED MIDWIFERY CARE ON Mrs.. K G2P1A0 AGED 24 YEARS OLD AT COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF GAJAHAN, SURAKARTA. Final Project. The Study Program of Diploma III (Associate’s Degree) Program in Midwifery, the Faculty of Medicine, Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta, 2018. Scope: Continuity of Care (COC) is a midwifery care approach which aims to extend a continuous care through accompaniment from gestation, delivery, postpartum, and neonate to contraceptive selection for Family Planning Program in an attempt to maintain the maternal and neonatal health and to detect complications as soon as possible. Implementation: The implementation used observational descriptive with accompaniment and midwifery care according to Varney’s Seven Steps, and the developmental data use the SOAP method with 11 visits, namely: antenatal care visit for two times, delivery visit for one time, neonatal visit for three times, postpartum visit for three times, and Family Planning Program visit for two times. Evaluation: The delivery and postpartum took place normally without complications. The mother chose interrupted intercourse (coitus interruptus) for her Family Planning Program. However, there were gaps between the theory and the practice. During the gestational period, the mother only gained 4 kg of weight increase and immunization of HB0, BCG, and Polio 1 was not administered to the infant. Conclusion and Recommendation: Gaps were found that the mother only gained 4 kg of weight increase, and the immunization of HB0, BCG, and Polio 1 was not administered to the infant. Thus, clients are expected to administer a complete basic immunization to their infants and pay more attention to their infants’ immunization schedule. Health practitioners (midwives) are expected to conduct health education regularly to gestational mothers. Keywords: Midwifery care, integrated, mother, infant

    Item Type: Thesis (Other)
    Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
    Divisions: Fakultas Kedokteran > D3 - Kebidanan
    Depositing User: Lafenia Merta
    Date Deposited: 08 Aug 2018 14:16
    Last Modified: 08 Aug 2018 14:16
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/41830

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