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The relationship between the primigravidas' antenatal knowledge on pregnancy and labor and their level of emotional tension admission in labor.

Author

Raylin S. Garcia,
Roy L. Blanco,
Cyril N. Leonor,
Marie Evelyn C. Go II,
Mary Aileen A. Lagcao,
Dulce S. Canoy,
Collin N. Rosell,
Jennifer C. Fernandez,
Queennielyn Lee A. Lanaria

Related Institution

College of Nursing - Cebu Doctors' University

Publication Information

Publication Type
Thesis/Dissertations
Thesis Degree
BS
Specialization
Nursing
Publication Date
March 1993

Abstract

This study aimed to determine the relationship between the primigravidas antenatal knowledge on pregnancy and labor and their level of emotional tension on admission in labor.


This study utilized the descriptive correlational design to determine the the relationship between the primigravidas' antenatal knowledge on pregnancy and labor and their level of emotional tension during admission in labor. A set of self-developed questionnaires regarding pregnancy and labor was distributed to fifteen (15) subjects who were pregnant for the first time and who met the predetermined criteria. The were contacted at the Out-Patient Department of Cebu Doctors' Hospital. Upon their admission in the hospital, the emotional tension of the said mothers were rated utilizing the observer-completed rating scale developed by Crawford (1968). all scores derived were subjected to statistical measures to determine the normality of distribution in terms of their antenatal knowledge and level of emotional tensions and to determine the relationship between the variables under consideration.


Based on the statistical results the null hypotheses were rejected, to arrive at a conclusion that there is a significant relationship between the  primigravidas' antenatal knowledge on pregnancy and labor and their level of emotional tension on admission in labor.

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Cebu Doctors' University - Main Library U5 R279pa Fulltext Print Format

 
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