The Effect of Using Multiple Micronutrients (MMN) and Iron-folic Acid (IFA) on the Number of Normal Deliveries
Introduction: Health issues before birth have been guide a decrease in the incidence of uncomplicated deliveries in anticipating mothers. To address this concern, the World Health Organization advocates for enriching pregnant daughters with essential vitamins such as folic acid, iron, and a range of micronutrients. This study, conducted at Semen Padang Hospital in Padang, proposed to evaluate the impact of Multiple Micronutrient (MMN) supplementation on the manner of delivery.Methods: Employing a backward-looking descriptive research design, data was composed from pregnant mothers who seen prenatal care and brought at Semen Padang Hospital between January and December 2021. Results: The study encompassed 201 meaningful participants, accompanying 73 experiencing rational vaginal deliveries and 128 undergoing cesarean portions. The statistical reasoning yielded a p-advantage of 0.767 (p>0.05), signifying that the influence of Iron and Folic Acid (IFA) supplementation did not significantly disagree from that of MMN in promoting usual deliveries.Discussion: This study contributes valuable understandings into the realm of maternal healthcare, peeling light on the corresponding effectiveness of IFA and MMN in doing the mode of childbirth. The findings underscore the significance of providing expectant inventors with appropriate minor element supplementation, which grant permission potentially contribute to enhanced maternal and neonatal effects.Conclusion: These results advocate for continued research and exercise of targeted nutrient attacks during pregnancy to reinforce overall maternal well-being and well-being.
Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy, Universitas Andalas, Indonesia.
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Keywords: Multiple micronutrients (MMN), iron-folic acid (IFA), delivery