Preeclampsia is one of the causes of maternal and fetal mortality and morbidity. Obesity is included in the top five causes of global death and is thought to be a risk factor for preeclampsia and for the last 2 years, Sleman has been the highest contributor to maternal mortality due to Preeclampsia. This study aims to determine the relationship of obesity early pregnancy with preeclampsia in RSUD Sleman 2016. The methods of this research is analytic observational with case control design, using consecutive random sampling technique that the subjects used in the case 89 mothers with preeclampsia who performed ANC in RSUD Sleman and control 89 maternity women not preeclampsia who performed ANC in RSUD Sleman. This data is obtained from maternity registers, univariate and bivariate analyzed using chi-square. In the results of the study, there is a significant association of obesity early pregnancy with preeclampsia, p-value 0.002 <0.05 and OR 2.8 (95% CI 1.440 - 5.470). This study can be concluded that there is a relationship of obesity early pregnancy with preeclampsia.
Keywords: Obesity Early Pregnancy, Preeclampsia