Incidences And Contributing Factors To Caesarean Section/Normal Deliveries: In A Private And Public Hospital In Samarinda

Roni Nahsriana, Bayu Fijri Syahban

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Research Objective. To determine the factors contributing to Caesarean Section in the Private  & Public Hospitals In Samarinda. Methods. This research used retrospective study method, using secondary data from the medical record of the patient to analyze the factors contributing to caesarean section in the private and public hospitals in Samarinda. The population of this study were all patient who had normal delivery and caesarean section.  The data was from the medical record in the Private and Public Hospital in Samarinda  for 2016. Sampling technique used in this study was purposive sampling. Sample size for the Public Hospital was 90 participants, and for the Private Hospital was 88 participants.Findings. From the findings of this research we can compare the incidences of caesarean section in the private and public hospital in Samarinda, the dominant case in the private hospital in Samarinda in 2015 was more of patients with Caesarean Section, whereas  in the public hospital, the dominant cases were normal delivery. The factors contributing to caesarean section in Public Hospital was due to patient’s age, parity and socioeconomic status. but in the private hospital socioeconomic status was the contributing factor to Caesarean Section.


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Caesarean Section, Normal Delivery, Private Hospital, Public Hospital

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