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The effectiveness of the self-care management model in midwife care through android application as an effort to increase the ability of pregnant mothers in early detection of pregnancy at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic


Introduction: The ability of pregnant women to detect early-risk pregnancies is still low, which is one of the causes of complications that can endanger the welfare of the mother and fetus. This research analyzed the effectiveness of the Self Care Model in Midwifery Care through an Android Application on the Ability of Pregnant Women to Early Detection of Risky Pregnancy During the Covid-19 pandemic.

Methods: The data of this study of pregnant women who conducted examinations at PMB Ika Mardiyanti in Maret-May 2021 involved a sample of 100 obtained by simple random sampling. This study uses an analytic design with a cross-sectional design. Data analysis using the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test.

Results: The results show that Asym. Sig. (2-tailed) obtained < (0.0001 < 0.05), this means that the Self Care Model in Midwifery Care through the Android Application is effective for increasing the ability of pregnant women in early detect risky pregnancies during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Conclusion: The research conducted to analyze the self-care model in midwifery care through the android application contributes to increasing the efforts of pregnant women to care for their care during pregnancy to prevent the dangers of pregnancy.


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How to Cite

Mardiyanti , I. ., Munjidah, A. ., Handayani, N. ., Abidah, S. N. ., Novianti, H. ., Laili, U., & Rizki, L. K. . (2022). The effectiveness of the self-care management model in midwife care through android application as an effort to increase the ability of pregnant mothers in early detection of pregnancy at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic. Bali Medical Journal, 11(3), 1092–1094.




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