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Impact of Puerperal Sepsis Self-Care Nursing Guideline on Women's Knowledge and Practices

Wafaa Mostafa Ahmed Gamel, Amal Sarhan Eldesokey Genedy, Hanan Elzeblawy Hassan

American Journal of Nursing Research. 2020, 8(2), 132-141 doi:10.12691/ajnr-8-2-1
  • Table 1. Frequency distribution of socio-demographic characteristics for participant women (No=100)
  • Table 2. Frequency distribution of follow-up (antenatal visit during pregnancy) for participant women and if there are problems during pregnancy (No=100)
  • Table 3. Current labor/delivery characteristics of women in the study sample (No 100)
  • Table 4. Comparison of women's knowledge before, immediately post intervention and after one month of intervention related to puerperal sepsis (No = 100)
  • Table 5. Commitment level for puerperal sepsis self-care nursing guidelines among studied women (No = 100)
  • Table 6. Range, Mean, Median and Standard Deviation of pre-test and post-test knowledge score of primiparous postnatal mothers regarding prevention of puerperal sepsis before, after-immediately intervention and after intervention by one month (No = 100)
  • Table 7. Frequency and percentage distribution of degree the primiparous postnatal mothers’ knowledge regarding prevention of puerperal sepsis before, after immediately-intervention and one-month after the intervention (No = 100)
  • Table 8. Relationship between women’s total knowledge score regarding puerperal sepsis in relation to selected demographic variables
  • Table 9. Correlation matrix for the total knowledge score in relation to selected demographic variables