Wirawan, Ivan (2006) DEPRESI PASCA PERSALINANPADA PERSALINAN ALAMI DAN BEDAH CAESAR. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Childbirth is a memorable experience for a woman. There are 2 mode of delivery or type of delivery that has general we know that natural childbirth and cesarean. Both can give happiness to the mother, but can also cause depression in mothers experiencing post-delivery. The factors that allegedly can cause depression pasa delivery of biological factors (hormones), psychological factors (traumatic experience of childbirth) and stress (surgery), characteristics, and social problems. Especially with regard to psychological factors as a reference for understanding the differences in postpartum depression. This research was conducted using descriptive quantitative method comparatif. The subjects of this study were women who gave birth in a natural way and women who gave birth by cesarean section, each of which amounted to 30 women. Instrument scale study using Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), which can reveal differences in levels of depression on 4 criteria: none, mild, moderate and severe. The results obtained are in natural childbirth, 18 women did not experience depression, mild depression, 5 women, 7 women are depressed, and do not get women who menglami severe depression. While the cesarean obtained 5 women do not experience depression, 10 women in light of criteria, 9 women and 6 for criteria of women experiencing severe depression. Then, from the data analysis also shows that there are differences in rates of depression are significant labor pasaca (Chi: 15 264, P: 0.002) between women and women natural childbirth cesarean delivery. In women who gave birth by cesarean delivery more didaptkan majority of the sample experienced mild depression after delivery (10 women / 16.7%), then women who gave birth to a natural childbirth by a majority of the sample is obtained not more depressed at birth Paca (18 women / 30.0%). Results of other studies that can be revealed by this study is post-natal depression (DPP) is more common in women who have aged 18-29 years compared with women aged 30-50 years, female education D3-S1 has the DPP more than female high school education , women who work more than women experiencing DPP housewives, and primiparous women experienced more DPP than multiparous women.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Zainul Afandi|
|Date Deposited:||05 Jul 2012 04:22|
|Last Modified:||05 Jul 2012 04:22|
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