Pregnancy Disorders and Access to Female Workers’ Health Services in Sidoarjo Industrial Area During Covid-19 Pandemic
Keywords:Pregnancy Disorders, Female Workers, Health Service, Industrial Area
Maternal health is part of public health that will show a positive trend if there is a decrease in maternal
mortality and an increase in delivery assistance provided by health workers in health service facilities.
to know the relationship between pregnancy disorders and access to health services for female workers
in the industrial area of Sidoarjo. this research was cross-sectional The sample of this study was 159
midwives. ANC visits of female workers are still low and have not reached 90%. Many female workers
have experienced various pregnancy disorders. These pregnancy disorders include; abortion, anemia, and
Hyperemesis GravidarumThe biggest obstacle to antenatal care performed by female workers is time and
cost. During the Covid-19 pandemic, antenatal care services have made adaptations by implementing the
COVID-19 health protocol.
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