Evaluation of Women’s Perception toward Childbirth Experience after Utilization of Pain Management Practices at Al -Elwyia Maternity Teaching Hospital
Keywords:Assessment, Perception, childbirth, Pain Management
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.
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