• Nia Desriva Lincoln University College Malaysia
  • Tukimin Bin Sansuwito Lincoln University College Malaysia
  • Regidor III Dioso Lincoln University College Malaysia


Ante Natal Care Compliance, Pre-eclampsia


The World Health Organization (2021) estimates that every day, around 810 women die due to pregnancy and childbirth. Preeclampsia is the main cause of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality throughout the world, preeclampsia usually occurs after 20 weeks of pregnancy. According to the National Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care in 2021, around 10% of all maternal deaths are caused by preeclampsia. The aim of this study was to analyze the relationship between compliance with ante-natal care and the incidence of preeclampsia in pregnant women at the Garuda Community Health Center, Pekanbaru City. The design of this study was an analytical study with a retrospective approach. The population of this study was pregnant women recorded in medical records in 2023 and the sample size for this study was 55 respondents with the sampling technique used was sequential sampling. The statistical test used in this research is chi-square. The results of statistical tests can be concluded that there is a relationship between compliance with ante-natal care and the incidence of preeclampsia with a P value of 0.001. Therefore, it is necessary to carry out health promotion regarding the importance of carrying out regular Ante-natal care visits, namely so that health workers can carry out early detection of symptoms of pre-eclampsia in mothers.


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