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Aspek biopsikososial ibu hamil bersalin dan nifas terkonfirmasi covid-19: Rapid review


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Mail Silvia Rizki Syah Putri(1*)
Mail Cesa Septiana Pratiwi(2)
Mail Herlin Fitriani Kurniawati(3)
Mail Luluk Rosida(4)

(1) Universities 'Aisyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia
(2) Universities 'Aisyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia
(3) Universities 'Aisyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia
(4) Universities 'Aisyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author
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World Health Organization (WHO) menyebut coronavirus disease yang ditemukan pertama kali di Wuhan dengan novel coronavirus 2019 (2019-nCoV) yang disebabkan oleh virus Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2). Ibu hamil, bersalin, nifas dan bayi baru lahir juga merupakan sasaran yang rentan terhadap infeksi Covid-19 (Kemenkes RI, 2020).Tujuan dari Rapid Review ini adalah untuk mengetahui ibu hamil, bersalin dan nifas yang terkonfirmasi Covid-19.Dari 12 Artikel yang didapatkan ibu hamil, bersalin dan nifas terkonfirmasi  Covid-19 dilihat dari aspek biologi, aspek psikologi dan aspek sosial. Tetapi masih diperlukan untuk mengivestigasi mendalam terkait pengalaman ibu hamil, bersalin dan nifas terkonfirmasi Covid-19.


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Hamil;Bersalin;Nifas;Covid-19;

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