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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 6, Part H (2017)

To assess the knowledge and self-reported practices regarding immediate newborn care among the staff nurses from birthing units of selected hospitals of Pune city

Author(s)
Yumkham Nungshithoi Devi, Rajee Varghese and Pravina Mahadalkar
Abstract
An estimated 2 million newborn deaths occur on their first day of life each year among children in the neonatal period. Current evidence-based interventions or quality care can prevent a large proportion of deaths of newborn baby at birth.
Conclusion: However staff nurses are key person at the bedside during delivery, so staff nurses need to have adequate knowledge and skill regarding immediate newborn care which will show positive results in bringing down neonatal morbidity and mortality rate.
Pages: 499-502  |  630 Views  15 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Yumkham Nungshithoi Devi, Rajee Varghese, Pravina Mahadalkar. To assess the knowledge and self-reported practices regarding immediate newborn care among the staff nurses from birthing units of selected hospitals of Pune city. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(6):499-502.
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