Risk Factors for Neonatal Death in Female Workers Mothers in Indonesia
Keywords:Neonatal death,maternal health, female worker, risk factor.
Female worker mothers have a greater risk of neonatal death during childbirth. The study aimed to analyze
the risk factors for neonatal death among female worker mothers in Indonesia. The study used data of the
2017 Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey. With stratification and multistage random sampling, 18,061
female worker mothers aged 15-49 years old with live births in the last 5 years were sampled. The final
analyzed using a binary logistic regression test. The results of the study found that female worker mothers
with the wealth status of the poorer category had 0.738 times the probability of experiencing neonatal
death compared to the poorest. Female worker mothers with wealth status in the middle category have a
probability of 0.702 times compared to the poorest to experience neonatal death. Meanwhile, the richest
female worker mothers had a probability of 0.662 times compared to the poorest to experience neonatal
death. Meanwhile, female worker mothers who made ANC visits ?4 times had a probability of 0.331 times
compared to female worker mothers who made ANC visits <4 times. It could be concluded that there were
2 factors which are the risk factors for neonatal death among female worker mothers in Indonesia, namely
poverty and ANC visits <4 times.
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