A Study to Assess the Knowledge of Primigravida Women Regarding New Born Care in J.K Lon Hospital, Kota With a View to Develop an Information Booklet
GFNPSS Global Nursing Journal of India, Vol. 2, Issue III, September-December 2019
3 Pages Posted: 28 May 2020
Date Written: 2019
Introduction: Children are our future and our most precious resources. The first four weeks of life constitute the “neonatal period”. The ideal basic needs for any new born includes breathing, warmth, cleanliness, and feeding mother’s milk. Then all new born babies require new born care to minimize the illness and maximize their growth and development.
Materiel and methods: The quantitative non experimental research design was used.Convenience sampling technique was used to select the sample of 100 primigravida women’s from J.K LON hospital, Kota. Data collected by interview schedule questionnaire, and analysed by using descriptive statistics.
Results: primigravida women regarding new born care of 40 (40.00%) had Inadequate knowledge score, 32 (32.0%) had Moderately adequate knowledge score and 28 (28.0%) had Adequate knowledge score regarding new born care. Overall mean was 20.81. standard deviation was 5.588 and mean % was 69.39. Range of different knowledge score was 4-1.
Keywords: Assess Primigravida Women New Born Care Hospital
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