THE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ANTENATAL CARE (ANC) VISIT ON PREGNANT WOMEN: SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW

Wahyu Ernawati, Fitria, Esitra

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Around 515,000 women died because of pregnancy are related to complications every year globally. According to WHO, around 90-95% of mothers and infant deaths are still become large public health problems in a developing country. One of the strategies to minimize the risks of both maternal and infant mortality is access and utilization of antenatal care (ANC) services. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends antenatal care (ANC) as an important approach to take care of pregnant women. Method: This appraisal study used the Critical Appraisal Skills Program (CASP) program, and the synthesis method used PEOS modification with data source that was obtained from PubMed, Sincedirect, and ProQuest. Results: The results and discussion of the journal find the influencing factors of ANC visits on pregnant women which involve family support, socio-cultural, accessibility such as: transportation, distance, cost and service quality, Conclusion: Pregnant women are expected to check as routine as possible related to their pregnancy at least 4 times according to standard visits of (K4) during pregnancy.

Keywords : influence antenatal care (ANC), pregnant women


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