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Journal: International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) (Vol.6, No. 2)

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Page : 170-173

Keywords : Delivery complication; Regita Model for prevention of high risk of delivery complication.;

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ABSTRACT Introduction : Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) in Indonesia increased significantly. Factors that contribute to maternal mortality can be divided into direct and indirect causes. The direct causes of maternal death are factors associated with complications during pregnancy, childbirth and post-partum such as bleeding, pre-eclampsia / eclampsia, infection, obstructed labour and abortion. The Ministry of Health has done many interventions to reduce MMR but the result didnt show a good progress. By developing REGITA model for prevention of delivery complications its expected to provide a solution or a way out for acceleration to reduce MMR in Indonesia. Research Methodology : This is a quantitative research by nested case control research design. This research be will divided into three stages. The first stage is data analysis, second stage is development of REGITA and the third stage is trial of model worthiness. Data were obtained retrospectively based on the medical records in Maternal and Child Handbook and maternal cohort. The population in this research are all delivered mothers in Bandar Lampung and the total number of samples were 820 mother by ratio of 1: 1 sample where the control sample is 410 and the case sample is 410. Result : The result of research show that variables that jointly influence the incidence of delivery complication where based on the statistic analysis,the most dominant variable is the history of chronic disease. REGITA Model can be used to predict the risk of delivery complication faced by a pregnant mother. It's available in the following address :

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