• Fitriyani Fitriyani
Keywords: premature rupture of membranes, parity, mothers age, fetal abnormalities


Every year the incidence of premature rupture of membranes ranges from 5-
10% of all preterm preterm births and membranes occurring in 1% of all pregnancies.
70% of cases of premature rupture of membranes occur in early pregnancy, premature
rupture of membranes is the cause of preterm birth as much as 30% (Manuaba, 2010). At
the Derah Kepahiang General Hospital, the incidence of premature rupture of membranes
is 219 cases in 2016.This research is analytical descriptive research with case control
design. The sample in this study amounted to 138 people divided into two groups of 69
cases and 69 controls. Statistical test using chi square test and binary logistic
regression.Results of the study of 69 people with premature rupture of membranes at
maternal age <20 and> 35 years (46.4%), primiparity and grandemultipara parity
(62.3%), fetal abnormalities (33.3%), gestational age aterm ( 63.8%) and those with a
history of premature rupture (18.8%) in Kepahiang Hospital by 2016. Maternal age (pvalue
0.013 OR = 2.646), parity (p-value 0.0,0 OR OR = 3.111) (p-value 0,0017 OR =
2,950), gestational age (p-value 0,386) and history of premature rupture (p-value 0,167)
at Kepahiang Hospital 2016. The most dominant factor causing premature rupture of
membranes in RSUD Kepahiang year 2016 is parity (Exp (B) 2,806).It is expected that
the hospital can use the research as input to suppress the incidence of premature rupture
of membranes, by counseling to explain the risk factors of premature rupture of
membranes, especially maternal age, parity and fetal abnormalities.


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