Pregnancy Examination with Postpartum Hemorrhage: SDKI Data Analysis 2017

  • Monika Sani Turnip Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Sudijanto Kamso Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Keywords: antenatal care, maternal health, pregnancy checkup, postpartum haemorrhage


Introduction: Postpartum haemorrhage is one of the leading causes of maternal mortality in Indonesia. Adequate pregnancy screening (Antenatal Care/ANC) plays a vital role in preventing and managing pregnancy complications, including postpartum bleeding.

Objective: This study aims to analyze the relationship between pregnancy examination (ANC) and the incidence of postpartum bleeding based on data from the Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey (SDKI) 2017.

Methods: This research method is quantitative observational analytic through cross-sectional techniques with research.

Result: shows a relationship between quantity or frequency and the incidence of bleeding with a p-value of 0.05. However, there is no relationship with the quality of the pregnancy checkup (p-value 0.548). Even though it is not related, the quality of the pregnancy checkup has a risk of bleeding incidents with POR: 0.872 (CI 95%: 0.558-1.363), which means that mothers who do not receive services according to the 10T standard have a 1.3 times risk of bleeding during childbirth.

Conclusion: Adequate pregnancy screening (ANC), both in terms of frequency and quality, plays a vital role in reducing the risk of postpartum bleeding. Efforts to improve access and quality of ANC should be a priority in maternal health programs in Indonesia.


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Author Biographies

Monika Sani Turnip, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia

Public health sciences reproductive health

Sudijanto Kamso, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia

Public health sciences reproductive health


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How to Cite
Turnip, M., & Kamso, S. (2024). Pregnancy Examination with Postpartum Hemorrhage: SDKI Data Analysis 2017. Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan Sandi Husada, 13(1), 147-174.

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