Counseling Quality of Dangerous Signs of Pregnancy Health in Work Region of Urban and Rural Puskesmas (Public Health Center) Jeneponto
Keywords:Quality, Counseling, Pregnancy Danger Signs, Urban, Rural
BACKGROUND: Quality healthcare is the standard of care received by citizens who are entitled to guarantee their health status due to the poor quality of health care that affect the high mortality.
AIM: This study aimed to determine the difference in counseling quality of pregnancy dangerous signs at the public health centers of urban and rural areas in Jeneponto regency.
METHODS: The type of study was analytical observation with a cross-sectional study design. The populations of this research are all pregnant women in Jeneponto regency in October 2015–May 2016 at the work area of Urban and Rural Public Health centers. There were 278 respondents obtained by proportionate stratified random sampling. Data analysis used computer application of SPSS examined with the Chi-square test.
RESULTS: The results indicate that 85.3% of counseling quality of pregnancy dangerous signs in the work area of urban and rural Puskesmas are categorized bad. There is a difference of counseling quality of pregnancy dangerous sign component of vagina bleeding (p = 0.000), severe headache (p = 0.000), visual problems/blurred sight (p = 0.000), swelling on face and hand (p = 0.001), and severe abdominal pain (p = 0.000), fetus movement is lacking or not felt (p = 0.000) and fever (p = 0.000).
CONCLUSION: There is no difference in counseling quality based on age, education, job, and parities.
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