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MIDWIFERY CARE MANAGEMENT MOTHER BREAST MILK POSTPARTUM DAM IN POLINDES WARI

Author : Sarah Mapanawang*, Labede Ratni, Frangkie Mapanawang

Abstract

Background: According to the WHO 81% of AKI due to complications during pregnancy and childbirth, and 25% during the postpartum period. Maternal death during childbirth is usually caused by postpartum infection (10%), this occurred because of a lack of care on the wound, bleeding (42%) (Due to tear the birth, retained placenta and atonic), eclampsia (13%), and complications times parturition (11%), infection in puerperal also be caused due to any problem that may occur ie lactation breast milk Dam. Data from North Halmahera District Health Office in 2017 the amount of maternity as much as 3,350 people and in 2018 there has been no recent data from January to April, where as many as 131 people postpartum mothers experiencing breast milk dam. Research methods: Case study type used is a case report on post partum mothers with breast milk dam by using descriptive method research location or taking a case held in Polindes Wari district. Year 2018. Subject Halut use case is in Ny. N with ASI dam. Time taking cases implemented in May-June 2018 by using the format 7 steps varney with data collection using primary data and secondary data. Research result: implement midwifery care in Ny. N P1A0 age of 27 years with the dam breast milk for 3 days, evaluationobtained are: general state of good mother, blood pressure 110 / 80mmHg, pulse 80 x / min, respiration 24 x / minute, temperature 36.5 ° C, reduced maternal anxiety, pain and swelling and no redness in the breast, breast milk out smoothly, the mother can breastfeed her baby properly, the mother can perform self breast care and breast milk dam has been resolved. Conclusion: In the case of Ny. N P1A0 age of 27 years with the dam breast milk is not a gap between theory and practice. Key words: MidwiferyCare,MotherPostpartum,Dam ASI, Breast, Complication, Breast Milk..

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