Main Organiser

Julius Centre University of Malaya

Co-organiser

Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malay

Supported by

University of Malaya

ANALYSIS RISK FACTOR OCCURENCE OF SECTIO CAESAR AT GENERAL HOSPITAL PROVINCE SOUTH-EAST SULAWESI ON 2011

Author

Amiruddin Ridwan

Institution

School Public Health Hasanuddin University

Abstract

Objectives: To analyze the risk factors for socio- economic, social, cultural, skills workers, service facilities and a history of Caesarean section on the incidence of Caesarean section deliveries.

Methods: Type of observational analytic study with case control study design, a sample of 130 respondents consisting of 65 cases and 65 control respondents. Sampling was done by purposive sampling. Data analysis using analysis of the Univariate, Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression with a significant level of a <0.05.

Results: The results showed that socioeconomic (OR = 2.238, 95% CI 1.079 to 4.644), socio-cultural (OR = 2.280 95% CI = 1.123 to 4.630), skills of workers (OR = 5.447 95% CI = 2.572 to 11.537), the means services (OR = 2.400 95% CI = 1.187 to 4.854), history of cesarean sesare (OR = 6.891 95% CI = 3.184 to 14.911). Multivariate Test of the five independent variables with the dependent variable showed that a history of Caesarean section delivery is the risk factors that most influence on the caesarean.

Conclusion: it is necessary for mothers who have a history of Caesarean section deliveries in order to keep the next pregnancy to childbirth and give birth in hospital are encouraged to anticipate the possibility of uterine rupture.