Local awareness based midwifery care in basic level service in the digital era
Keywords:basic baby service, local awareness, midwifery, modern day
The development of technology and knowledge possessed by humans so that midwifery care and birth care for a woman has also experienced a shift, in which medical midwives have replaced village midwives. This research is a theoretical study by taking several studies on midwifery care and local wisdom and analyzing the theory related to the facts in the field and the author's experience. The results of the studies that have been carried out there are several findings study, including; First, midwifery care that has forgotten the local wisdom of elders, proverbs, pamali and abstinence from traditional healers, smart people, and village midwives so that when a woman becomes pregnant and gives birth, it results in a cesarean section than average. Second, for a woman who has given birth and left local wisdom to inform the irrational world, the baby often cries when it is midnight.
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