Hubungan Faktor Sosiodemografi dan Kunjungan Antenatal Care Buruh Pabrik dengan Hasil Luaran Bayi di Kabupaten Kudus
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Background: Infan t ou tcomes are the result of a pregnancy is the result of favorab le and un favorable ou tcomes. Antena tal care (ANC) which can prevent the occurrence of an unfavorable ou tcomes. Objective: The purpose of this study is to analyze the socio-demog raphic factors and ANC visi ts w ith unf avorable infan t outcomes and look ing for the most do minan t factor for the occurrence unfavorable infan t ou tcomes.Method: Design of this stud y was mixed method s with sequential explanatory design. The research was conducted in the district of the Kud us, with 92 qu an titative research subjects and pa rticipan ts in the qualitative research as much as 5 mothers. Quan titative research data tak en f rom medical records. Bivariab le a na lyzes using Spearman Rank test, for using a multivariab le logistic regression analysis. Results of quantitative analysis using in depth interview with analysis qualitative.Results: The results showed tha t socio-demog raphic factors correlated with the results of infant outcomes. Parity (r = -0,224., P = 0.032) and education (r = 0.208., P = 0 .047 ). ANC visits correlated with inf ant outcome results, f or nu mber of visits (r = 0.206 ., P = 0.049 ) and time of visit (r = -0.455 ., P = 0.000). Multivariate analysis showed that the most do minant is time of visit for u nfavorable infant ou tcomes (p = 0.00 2), POR 14 .150, 95% CI (2.584 to 77.484). Based on qualitative analysis, there are four f actors that cause an unfavorable inf ant ou tcomes is maternal behavior, health services. environ ment an d maternal cond ition s.Conclusi on: In this stud y is that high parity, low education, lesser o f nu mber visit and later time of visit correlated with an unfavorable of infant outcomes. Time of visit became the most do minant factor f or the occurrence an unfavorab le of infant outcomes and results are supported of the qualitative analysis that maternal behaviors, health care, environ mental and maternal cond ition s lea d to unfavorable infant outcomes.