Jaundice Genesis Difference Neonatorum On Preterm Low Birth Weight Babies And Dismatur in Hospitals Kediri
High infant mortality rate (IMR) Perinatal and neonatal, one caused by Infant Low Birth Weight (LBW). LBW can be divided into two LBW infants born preterm and full-term (dismatur). Data from the Demographic and Health Survey (2012) Neonatal mortality obtained for LBW as much as 66 / 1,000 live births. One of morbidity that can occur in infants with low birth weight is jaundice as much as 39.58%. The purpose of this study wasto analyze differences in the incidence of neonatal jaundice in premature Low Birth Weight Babies and dismatur in hospitals Kediri, January to June 2017. This study used a retrospective cohort study design. The research location in Kediri Regency Hospital in November 2017. The sample size of 70 respondents, selected by simple random sampling technique. The independent variables were infants with low birth weight. The dependent variable was the incidence of neonatal jaundice. Collecting data in this study using data collection sheets by using chi-square analysis.The results of this study showed that experienced premature low birth weight neonatal jaundice by 30 (61.22%) of respondents. LBW dismatur experiencing neonatal iterus by 19 (38.78%) of respondents. From the statistical test p value = 0.009 <0.05 andχ2 value count = 6,803> 3,841 χ2 table with OR = 0.198, RR = 0.313. More than half of low birth weight premature jaundiced LBW neonatorumdan fraction dismatur experienced neonatal jaundice. There are differences in the incidence of neonatal jaundice in preterm and low birth weight dismatur.