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Vol. 8, Issue 5 (2019)

Knowledge regarding fetal well-being among the staff nurses working in obstetrics and Gynecological wards

Author(s):
Mary Khumujam and Dr. Lily Podder
Abstract:
Introduction: A study to assess the “knowledge regarding fetal well-being among the staff nurses working in Obstetrics and Gynecological wards” was carried out with the objectives to assess the knowledge regarding fetal well-being among the staff nurses.
Material and Methods: A Non-experimental descriptive Survey design was adopted on 120 samples. The Non-probability purposive sampling technique was used to select samples. Knowledge regarding fetal well- being among the staff nurses was assessed by a structured knowledge questionnaire with 30 items.
Result: Maximum staff nurses have 72.5% staff nurses have average knowledge, 12.5% staff nurses have good and 15% poor regarding assessment of fetal well- being.
Conclusion: Based on the study findings it is concluded that the nurses don’t have an adequate knowledge regarding assessment of fetal well-being.
Pages: 555-557  |  314 Views  83 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
Mary Khumujam, Dr. Lily Podder. Knowledge regarding fetal well-being among the staff nurses working in obstetrics and Gynecological wards. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(5):555-557.

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