Evaluation of Women’s Perception toward Childbirth Experience after Utilization of Pain Management Practices at Al -Elwyia Maternity Teaching Hospital

Authors

  • Sarab Nasr Fadhil1, Rabea Mohsen Ali2

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v14i2.3219

Keywords:

Assessment, Perception, childbirth, Pain Management

Abstract

Objectives: To evaluate the women’s perception with Childbirth Experience after utilization Pain Management Practices. Methodology: A quasi-experimental study conducted on non-probability of (30) women whom admitted to Al-Elwyia Maternity Teaching Hospital suffering from labor pain for the period of (4th July 2018 through 24th October 2018). Descriptive& Inferential statistical analyses were used to analyze the data. Results: show that the highest percentages of non- pharmacological methods used was frankincense oil, and related to women perception of labor pain they are assessed high as general, and they are accounted 24(96.0%). Conclusions: The study concluded that there are a positive evaluation observed regarding women’s perception with childbirth experience after utilization pain management practices. Recommendations: The study recommended developing structured training program and clinical practice guideline of non-pharmacological pain management methods during labor and childbirth should be made available in English and Arabic which contains information about the proper use of non-pharmacological pain management methods and its advantages to midwives working in delivery room.

Author Biography

Sarab Nasr Fadhil1, Rabea Mohsen Ali2

1Instructor, 2Professor, Maternal and Neonate Nursing Department, College of Nursing/ University of Baghdad

Published

2020-04-29

How to Cite

Sarab Nasr Fadhil1, Rabea Mohsen Ali2. (2020). Evaluation of Women’s Perception toward Childbirth Experience after Utilization of Pain Management Practices at Al -Elwyia Maternity Teaching Hospital. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14(2), 1928-1932. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v14i2.3219