Knowledge regarding fetal well being among antenatal mothers in selected rural areas at Nellore
Elizabeth jasmine, Dr. Indira S
Back ground: Fetal growth is the primary method of assessment of fetal well-being and is an important determinant of health in later life. The assessment of fetal well-being is a critical tool in ensuring optimal neonatal outcomes from both pregnancy and labor. Objectives: To assess the level of knowledge regarding fetal wellbeing 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 selected rural areas at Nellore. Results: The result reveals that, with regard to level of knowledge regarding fetal wellbeing among Antenatal Mothers, 5 (17%) had good knowledge, 7 (23%) had average knowledge and 18 (60%) had poor knowledge.
Elizabeth jasmine, Dr. Indira S. Knowledge regarding fetal well being among antenatal mothers in selected rural areas at Nellore. International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 3, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 61-63