DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20163839

Effectiveness of planned teaching programme on practice of post natal exercises among mothers who have undergone lower segment cesarean section

Vijaya Rani M., Maryam Ghanbari Andarieh, Fatemeh Hoseinpoor Heidary

Abstract


Background: To assess the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on practice of post natal exercises among mothers who have undergone Lower segment cesarean section (L.S.C.S) in selected hospital at Bangalore.

Methods: compare the practice scores of postnatal exercises among LSCS mothers between control group and experimental group.

Results: Results shows that in post test the control group had inadequate practice score with a mean of 16.33%, standard deviation of 9.44 and mean percentage of 19.60 % where as in post test the experimental group there was a significant mean practice score gain of 39.84 % and standard deviation of 12.58 and mean percentage 79.67 % with a differences of 60.07 %.

Conclusions: Significant difference was found between control and experimental group practice score of mothers in all areas of post natal exercises.


Keywords


Benefit of postnatal exercise, Complication, Incidence, Postnatal exercise, LSCS, Postnatal depression

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