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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 8, Part E (2020)

A study to assess the effect of deep breathing exercise on maternal and fetal outcome among high risk mothers in selected hospital

Author(s)
Sunita Argade, Martha Raut, Dr. Nisha Naik and Dr. Rupali Salvi
Abstract
Introduction: Giving birth should be your greatest achievement not your greatest fear. ”In many languages the words for spirit and breath are one and the same Sanskrit prana, Hebrew ruach, Greek pneuma, Latin spiritus). Native American among others, believe that life enters the body with the first breath, not at the moment of birth or of conception. In this view the fetus and newborn have a kind of vegetative life, uninvited with spirit until the breath cycle begins. Breathing is the bridge between mind and body, the connection between consciousness and unconsciousness, the movement of spirit in matter. Breath is the key to health and wellness, a function we can learn to regulate and develop in order to improve our physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
Methods research approach
Research approach: Quantitative research approach. Research design used was experimental, purposive survey research design. The conceptual framework based on General System Model was used for the study which is designed by Von Bertalanffy (1968). The setting for this study was the selected in antenatal care unit, Dr. D.Y. Patil Hospital, & Research Center, Pimpri, Pune. Non-probability convenience sampling technique was used for 60 samples. The tool developed which includes
Section 1: The demographic variables
Section 2: It consists of six clinical profiles including details regarding the duration of the teaching program of deep breathing exercise.
Section 3: In observational checklist, there here total 5vital aspects observed i.e. Mainly temperature, pulse, respiration blood pressure, and fetal heart sound. Tool validity was done and tool found reliable. Study found feasible after pilot study.
Results: The majority of the findings related to temperature observation between pre average and standard deviation 37.2 (0.76), pulse 76 (4.09), respiration 17.3 (1.30), systolic blood pressure 130.15 (15.211), diastolic blood pressure 77.35 (3.065) & fetal heart sound 136.75 (7.261) of the high risk anemia antenatal mothers were seen that it is highly significant. findings related to temperature observation between preaver age and standard deviation 37.2(0.7678) post 37.505(0.6605), pulse pre76(4.0911), post 78.65(2.4121s), respiration pre 17.3(1.30) post 18.35(1.755), systolic blood pressure pre130.5(15.212) post 126.85(10.489), diastolic blood pressure pre77.35(3.0655) post 76.9 (3.5229), fetal heart sound pre 136.75(7.2611) post 143.85(3.265) high risk anemic antenatal mothers were seen that it was highly significant. findings related to temperature observation between pre average and standard deviation 37.5 (0.512), pulse 76.45(2.60), respiration 16.8(1.23), systolic blood pressure 140 (8.583), diastolic blood pressure pre79.95 (3.51), fetal heart sound 133.9(6.896) high risk intra uterine growth retardation antenatal mothers were seen that it was highly significant. Since p-value corresponding to education is p=0.001level of highly significant,(less than 0.05), education was found to have highly significant association with the deep breathing exercise by using high risk antenatal mothers.
Conclusion: The overall experience of conducting this study was new learning experience for the investigator it has been observed that temperature, pulse, respiration blood pressure fetal heart technique. Since p-value corresponding education is (p=0.001) small (less than 0.05) level of significant, education was found to have highly significant with the deep breathing exercise technique by using high risk antenatal mothers.
Pages: 336-340  |  262 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sunita Argade, Martha Raut, Dr. Nisha Naik, Dr. Rupali Salvi. A study to assess the effect of deep breathing exercise on maternal and fetal outcome among high risk mothers in selected hospital. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(8):336-340.
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