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KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN (A CASE STUDY OF REGINA MUNDI CATHOLIC HOSPITAL MUSHIN LAGOS)

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ABSTRACT

It is an established fact that anaemia remains a threatening health condition among pregnant women in our society as such: the research project reviews the current knowledge of pregnant women regarding the level of health education in the prevention of anaemia among pregnant women. This research was concluded using a self-developed questionnaire of 20 questions for data collection and a random sampling technique was used to select subjects for the study. Current knowledge indicates that anaemia in pregnancy is a risk factor for preterm delivery, low birth rate and possibly inferior neonatal health. It is also established that inadequate diet could lead to iron deficiency anaemia. Even for women who enter pregnancy with reasonable iron supplements improves iron status during pregnancy and for a considerable length of time postpartum, thus providing some protection against iron deficiency in the subsequent pregnancy. It was deduced that mortality and morbidity rate is as result of lack of health Education over the prevention of anaemia in pregnancy.


TABLE OF CONTENT

Cover page                                                                                                                              i

Title Page                                                                                                                                ii

Certification                                                                                                                            iii

Dedication                                                                                                                              iv

Acknowledgement                                                                                                                  v

Abstract                                                                                                                                  vi

Table of content                                                                                                                       vii

List of Tables                                                                                                                          viii

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1  Background of the Study

1.2  Statement of Problem

1.3  Objectives of the Study

1.4  Significance of the Study

1.5  Research Questions

1.6  Scope of Study

1.7  Limitations

1.8  Operational definition of Terms

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Development of Anaemia in Pregnancy

2.3 Incidence of Anaemia in pregnancy

2.4 Causes of Anaemia in Pregnancy

2.5 Classification of Anaemia in Pregnancy

2.6 General signs and symptoms

2.7 Complications of anaemia in pregnancy

2.8 Prevention and control

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3.1 Research design

3.2 Research setting

3.3 Target population

3.4 Sampling technique

3.5 Instruments for data collection

3.6 Validity

3.7 Method of data collection

3.8 Method of data analysis

3.9 Ethical consideration

CHAPTER FOUR

ANALYSIS OF DATA

4.1 Socio-Demographic data

4.2 Knowledge of respondent on anaemia in pregnancy

4.3 Attitude of respondent about anaemia in pregnancy

4.4 Practice of respondent about anaemia in pregnancy

CHAPTER FIVE

DISSCUSSION OF FINDINGS

5.1 Highlight of findings

5.2 Relationship with other studies

5.3 Nursing implication

5.4 Summary

5.5 Conclusion

5.6 Recommendation


LIST OF TABLES

Table 1:             Socio-demographic data

Table 2:             Sources of information about anaemia in pregnancy

Table 3:             Respondents opinion, if malaria can cause anaemia in pregnancy

Table 4:             Respondents opinion on the sign and symptoms of anaemia in pregnancy

Table 5:             Respondents opinion about the causes of anaemia in pregnancy

Table 6:             Score on knowledge of anaemia in pregnancy

Table 7:             Level of knowledge of respondents

Table 8:           Score table of attitude of respondents on prevention and control of anaemia in pregnancy

Table 9:            Classification of respondent’s attitude on prevention and control of anaemia in                 pregnancy

Table 10:           Respondents method of prevention of anaemia in pregnancy

Table 11:           Respondents who indicated the presence of forbidden foods during pregnancy

Table 12:           Respondents type of food avoid during pregnancy

Table 13:           Respondent’s month of occurrence of anaemia in pregnancy

Table 14:           Respondents treatment options during anaemia in pregnancy


 

 

 

 

 

KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN (A CASE STUDY OF REGINA MUNDI CATHOLIC HOSPITAL MUSHIN LAGOS)

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    Department Nursing
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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 58 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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