THE INFLUENCE OF NUTRITION AND REST AGAINST THE SPENDING COLOSTROM ON POSTPARTUM MOTHERS

Yunik Windarti

Abstract


Breast milk is the most perfect food for babies especially at the beginning of the birth,
known as colostrom, but many still found spending colostrom obstructed so that the mother
can not breastfeed exclusively. Efforts to support the discharge of colostrom has been started
since the beginning of the pregnancy until the time of parturition by meeting their needs,
namely including nutrition and rest. The fact that many postpartum mothers abstain food and
can't set the time so it needs a break. This research aims to analyze the influence of nutrition
and rest against the spending colostrom on postpartum mothers.
Design of analytical research, the population was all 30 people of 2 hours to 3 days
postpartum mothers in BPM Vivi, the large sample was 30 people, taken with the technique of
"purposive sampling". The independent variable was nutrition and rest, while the dependent
was colostrom. Data were analyzed by using Chi Square test.
The results showed how postpartum mothers with good nutrition most (65%) spending
colostrom well with the OR value = 16.714 (95% CI: 1.742 – 160.350), the postpartum less
break most (71.4%) expenditure not smoothly with colostrom OR = 20 (95% CI: 2.037 –
196.374). Partially, there is a significant influence of the nutritional variables (p = 0,044) and
rest (p = 0.030) against expenditure of colostrum. The results of the analysis of the obtained
values OR from a variable nutrition 3.816 (95% CI: 1.039 – 14.006) and OR variable break
4.185 (95% CI: 1.144 – 15.309).
The conclusion of this research study is getting good nutrition the postpartum mothers,
the more smoothly the expenditure colostrom. Getting less rest the postpartum mothers does
not smoothly spending colostrom. Health workers is expected to further enhance the IEC
about the pattern breaks to bolster spending colostrom on postpartum mothers.
Keywords: nutrition, rest, and colostrom


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