A Comparative study on Prevalence of Diastasis Recti in Primipara and Multipara Undergone Full Term Normal Delivery - A Research Protocol
Keywords:Diastasis recti, Primipara, Multipara, Full term normal delivery (FTND)
Background: Diastasis Recti is very common in women after pregnancy. Diastasis recti among women
should be treated as soon as possible as it may cause various musculoskeletal dysfunctions. A digital caliper
is a tool for assessing diastasis recti in postpartum women. It is a simple, fast, and reliable assessment tool
for assessing diastasis recti. Objective: The objective of the study is to find the prevalence of Diastasis Recti
in Primipara and Multipara undergone full-term normal delivery and to compare the prevalence of diastasis
recti in the both of the groups Method: This study will be carried out in Physiotherapy OPD, Ravi Nair
Physiotherapy College and AVBRH, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha. Diastasis recti will be evaluated in fullterm normal delivery females. Diastasis recti will be compared in primipara and multipara using a digital
caliper. Results: The result of the study will be estimated by the statistical analysis of the data and will be
discussed after the study is completed.Conclusion: After going through various studies, many studies have
indicated that the prevalence of diastasis recti abdominis is commonly seen in multipara undergone cesarean
section delivery. Very few studies indicate the prevalence of diastasis recti abdominis in primipara and also
women underwent full-term normal delivery. Therefore, the current study is carried outreach a conclusion to
find whether there is any discrepancy of the prevalence of diastasis recti abdominis between primipara and
multipara in females undergone full-term normal delivery.
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