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From

Impact of Self-care Program for Gestational Diabetic Women on Pregnancy Outcomes

Rasha El Sayed Ibrahim, Nahed Mousa Saber

American Journal of Nursing Research. 2020, 8(1), 122-131 doi:10.12691/ajnr-8-1-13
  • Table 1. Distribution of the studied women according to their characteristics: (N= 80)
  • Table 2. Distribution of the study sample according to their previous medical, surgical and family history: (N= 80)
  • Table 3. Distribution of the study sample according to activity and obstetric history: (N= 80)
  • Table 4. Comparison between two groups regarding their knowledge about diabetes after self-care program: (N= 80)
  • Table 5. Comparison between control and study groups according to their self- care practice after self -care program: (N= 80)
  • Table 6. Comparison between two groups according to their attitude about self- care after self -care program: (N= 80)
  • Table 7. A: Comparison between two groups regarding maternal condition during labor. (N= 80)
  • Table 7 B. Comparison between two groups regarding the fetal complications immediately after labor: (N= 80)
  • Table 8. Correlation between total women knowledge in both groups and their both "total practice and attitude" about GDM after self -care program