International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 11, Part B (2018)
Knowledge regarding fetal movement among antenatal mothers in Narayana medical college hospital at Nellore
Regular fetal activity perceived by pregnant women has long been regarded as a sign of fetal wellbeing and continues to be used by women and clinicians. Decreased fetal movement has been associated with poor pregnancy outcomes including stillbirth. Physiological studies of fetal activity have found associations between decreased fetal movement and poor perinatal outcome.
1. To assess the level of knowledge regarding fetal movement among Antenatal Mothers.
Materials and Methods: The descriptive research design was used to conduct research study. The 30 Antenatal mothers were selected by using non probability convenience sampling technique in Narayana Medical College Hospital at Nellore.
Results: The result reveals that, with regard to level of knowledge regarding fetal movement among Antenatal Mothers, 6 (20%) had good knowledge, 4 (13%) had average knowledge and 20 (67%) had poor knowledge.
How to cite this article:
Elizabeth Jasmine, Dr. Indira S. Knowledge regarding fetal movement among antenatal mothers in Narayana medical college hospital at Nellore. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(11):93-95.