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One of the complications that will arise after the general anesthesia is hypotermi. Perioperative hypothermia often occurs and can cause some complications, which adversely affect the patient. Negative impacts of hypothermi against patients, such as increased risk of bleeding, myocardial ischemia, prolonged post-anesthesia recovery, wound healing disorders, as well as increased risk of infection. This research aims to determine the factors related to hypotermi in post-general anesthesia patients at the central surgical installation of Graha Husada Hospital, Bandar Lampung. This is a quantitative research using analytic observation design with cross sectional approach. The sample was selected using the consecutive sampling technique by 30 respondents. Data retrieval is conducted on 3 May-29 June 2019 using observation sheet. The results of chi-Square test showed that the factors related to Hypotermi post-general anesthesia are age (P = 0,003), with BMI (P = 0,021) and duration of operation (p = 0,011) and no relationship between the occurrence of Hypothermi with Gender (P = 0,123) in the central surgical installation of Graha Husada Hospital in Bandar Lampung. Conclusion: There is a relationship between age, and duration of operation.