Implementation Of Sustainable Midwise Care (Continuity Of Care Midwifery) In Work Area Gadang Puskesmas Only Banjarmasin City
Introduction: Low Birth Weight (LBW) is responsible for more than 50% of perinatal deaths in the world (Su et al., 2016). The risk of infant death has increased 20-fold in babies born with Low Birth Weight (LBW). More than 20 million babies worldwide are born with LBW and 95.6% LBW were born in developing countries, for example in Indonesia. (IDHS, 2015) Method: This research uses a descriptive approach with a case study method. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study method Result:This ongoing midwifery care (COC) model can be provided by midwives. clients who receive midwifery-sustained midwifery care (COC) led by midwives are more likely to have emotional closeness with midwives they know during pregnancy, childbirth and birth. Conclusion: Continuous midwifery care (COC) conducted in a comprehensive physiological cases handled by midwives. By carrying out ongoing midwifery care (COC) as an effort to detect early emergencies and to maintain the health and welfare of mothers and babies.