EDUKASI PENCEGAHAN CORONA VIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID 19) PADA IBU HAMIL DI KOTA BENGKULU

EDUCATION TO PREVENTIVE PRENANCY WOMEN IN CORONA VIRUS DISEASE 2019 PANDEMI AT BENGKULU CITY

  • Kurnia Dewiani Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam Universitas Bengkulu
  • Yetti Purnama Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam Universitas Bengkulu
  • Linda Yusanti Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam Universitas

Abstract

Kota Bengkulu tertanggal 13 Oktober 2020 merupakan Kabupaten/Kota di provinsi Bengkulu yang memiliki angka positif Covid 19 terbesar yaitu 485 dengan angka kematian 30. Ibu hamil merupakan salah satu kelompok rentan terpapar virus covid 19, ibu hamil memiliki risiko lebih tinggi terjangkit penyakit berat, morbiditas dan mortalitas dibandingkan dengan populasi umum. Tujuan pengabdian adalah mencegah ibu hamil di Kota Bengkulu tertular Covid 19 dengan meningkatkan pemahaman tentang Covid 19 dan keterampilan cuci tangan serta pengunaan masker yang benar. Kegiatan dilaksanakan dengan metode door to door dengan ibu hamil dan mematuhi protokol kesehatan. Sasaran ibu hamil sebanyak 50 orang. Kegiatan dilakukan mulai dari pengukuran pemahaman tentang Covid 19  dengan kuisioner dan daftar tilik keterampilan cuci tangan dan penggunaan masker yang benar, selanjutnya tim melakukan pendampingan dan edukasi dengan menggunakan bantuan leaflet dan mendemonstrasikan keterampilan. Selain itu ibu hamil juga diberikan 1 set paket yang berisi vitamin, masker medis, sabun cuci tangan dan hand sanitizer. Evaluasi kegiatan dilakukan 2 minggu setelah implementasi. Hasil didapatkan ibu hamil mengalami peningkatan pengetahuan lebih dari 80%  dan menerapkan  pola hidup sehat lebih dari 75%, serta merasa lebih tenang karena telah didampingi dan diedukasi oleh tim pengabdi. Kesimpulan ibu hamil mengalami peningkatan pengetahuan tentang Covid 19 dan keterampilan cuci tangan dan penggunaan masker yang benar, sehingga dapat mencegah ibu hamil tertular Covid 19.


Kata kunci: Ibu Hamil, Protokol Pencegahan Covid 19


ABSTRACT


Bengkulu City, dated October 13, 2020, is a regency / city in Bengkulu province that has the largest positive number of Covid 19, namely 485 with a mortality rate of 30.Pregnant women are one of the groups vulnerable to exposure to the Covid 19 virus, pregnant women have a higher risk of contracting serious diseases and mortality compared to the general population.The aim of this service is to prevent pregnant women in Bengkulu City from contracting Covid 19 by increasing their understanding of Covid 19 and the skills in washing hands and using the correct mask. Activities carried out by the door to door method with pregnant women and complying with health protocols. The target of pregnant women is 50 people. Activities carried out starting from measuring understanding of Covid 19 with questionnaires and checklists of hand washing skills and the correct use of masks, then the team carried out mentoring and education using leaflets and demonstrating skills In addition, pregnant women are also given a set of packages containing vitamins, medical masks, hand washing soap and hand sanitizers. Activity evaluation is carried out 2 weeks after implementation The results showed that pregnant women experienced an increase in knowledge of more than 80% and adopt healthy lifestyle of more than 75%, and felt calmer because had been accompanied and educated by the service team. The conclusion is that pregnant women have increased knowledge about Covid 19 and skills in washing hands and using the correct masks, so that they can  prevent pregnant women from contracting Covid 19.


Keywords: Pregnant Women, Covid 19, Prevention Protocol

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Published
2021-06-30
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DEWIANI, Kurnia; PURNAMA, Yetti; YUSANTI, Linda. EDUKASI PENCEGAHAN CORONA VIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID 19) PADA IBU HAMIL DI KOTA BENGKULU. LOGISTA - Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, [S.l.], v. 5, n. 1, p. 30-34, june 2021. ISSN 2655-951X. Available at: <http://logista.fateta.unand.ac.id/index.php/logista/article/view/650>. Date accessed: 17 sep. 2021. doi: https://doi.org/10.25077/logista.5.1.30-34.2021.
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