RISK SCREENING OF PRE-ECLAMPSIA AND ECLAMPSIA IN PREGNANT WOMEN IN PUSKESMAS PLOSO KLATEN REGENCY KEDIRI
Pre-eclampsia in Indonesia was the second leading cause of maternal mortality, while in East Java was the first cause of death. From year to year pre-eclampsia cases continue to rise, these conditions require preventive measures in order to reduce morbidity and mortality due to pre-eclampsia. The research objective was to screen potential risk pregnant women to pre-eclampsia. This type of research descriptive with operational research approach, the entire population was pregnant women in Puskesmas Ploso Klaten number of 170 pregnant women, total sampling technique sampling which met the inclusion criteria a number of 117 respondents. Data collection tools such as interview guides, tension meter, measuring weight and height. The experiment was conducted in June and July 2015. The data analysis of frequency distribution percentages. From interviews obtained 45 pregnant women (38.46%) there was a risk factor to develop pre-eclampsia, and 52.63% are factors that primigravida pregnancy status. From the results of the examination showed 57 (48.7%) positive (1), 20 (17.1%) positive (2) and 6 (5.1%) positive (3). Allegedly immunologic factors contribute to the onset of hypertension in pregnancy was proven by the fact primigravida have a greater risk of hypertension in pregnancy when compared multigravida. Whereas, of the value ROT, MAP and IMB means that 48.7% has the potential for pre-eclampsia occurs less than 50%. 17.1% has the potential to occur pre-eclampsia by 50% and 6 (5.1%) had the potential to occur 75% of pre-eclampsia.