Effectiviness Of Sari Palm (Phoenix Dactylivera) On Improving Pregnant Women Hemoglobin Levels On Trimester III
AbstractAbstract Background: WHO reports that the prevalence of pregnant women with iron deficiency is around 35-75% and increases with increasing gestational age. This clearly raises the risk of maternal death, prematurity, low birth weight, and increased perinatal mortality. Objective: To determine the effect of dates palm juice administration on the increase in hemoglobin levels in pregnant women. Method: The experimental research design in this study was the One Group Pre-test and Post-test design. The population in this study were all TM III pregnant women in the Palangka Raya Midwife Independent Practice in January-March 2020. Samples were TM III pregnant women in January-March 2020 who met the inclusion and exclusion criteria of 27 respondents with consecutive sampling. The statistical test used is the Paired T-Test. Results: 21 people (70%) had high school education, aged 20-35 years (21%) (70%), and 30 people (> 23.5 cm) of lila size were 30 people (100%). There was a significant difference (p = 0.29). Conclusion: There is an effect of an increase in hemoglobin levels in TM III pregnant women after being given palm juice.
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