PROM may cause maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality. This study was done with the purpose to investigate the risk factors related to PROM in pregnant women.
This was a study done with a cross-sectional research design. This study was conducted in Kertha Usada General Hospital, North Bali, Indonesia. 224 reproductive women were selected using consecutive sampling. The dependent variable was the premature rupture of the membrane. The independent variables were gravidity status, gestational age, BMI, history of caesarean section, miscarriage, infection, and anemia. Data of infection was obtained from the examination, such as neutrophil, lymphocyte, platelet, NLR, and PLR. In this study, the researchers also obtained Hb, MCV, and MCH as a laboratory parameter of anemia. The data were analyzed by a multiple logistic regression to get interpretable findings and come to a useful conclusion.
Multigravida and MCH >34 pg decreased the risk of premature rupture membrane in women of reproductive age.
Through findings, this study concluded that multigravida and MCH >34 pg decrease the risk of premature rupture membrane in women of reproductive age.