Effectiveness Of Structured Teaching Programme On Knowledge Regarding Pregnancy And Lactation Associated Osteoporosis Among Antenatal Mothers Attending Antenatal OPD At Selected Hospitals Of The City: A Pre-Experimental Study
Background: Pregnancy and lactation A severe, early form of osteoporosis causes young women to fracture when lactating or in late pregnancy, most frequently multiple vertebral fractures. In this study all of the ladies had regular periods and no further bone loss-related conditions. 1 Objectives: To assess the effectiveness of structure teaching programme on knowledge regarding pregnancy and lactation associated osteoporosis. Methodology: It was conducted using a one-group pretest and posttest pre-experimental research. Sample 70 expectant mothers, sampling technique non-probability purposive sample method. Result: According to the study, pre-test score was 9.52, and the post-test score was 20. At the 0.05 level of significance, the estimated t value of 50.28 is higher than the tabular value of 1.98. Therefore, statistical analysis suggests that a structured education programme on the subject of osteoporosis caused by pregnancy and lactation was successful. As a result, research hypothesis is approved while null hypothesis is disapproved.
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