Effectiveness of planned teaching programme on practice of post natal exercises among mothers who have undergone lower segment cesarean section
Keywords:Benefit of postnatal exercise, Complication, Incidence, Postnatal exercise, LSCS, Postnatal depression
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.
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