Obstetrics and Gynecology International / 2018 / Article / Tab 8

Research Article

Maternal Satisfaction on Delivery Service among Postnatal Mothers in a Government Hospital, Mid-Western Nepal

Table 8

Maternal satisfaction on technical aspects of care.

Statements related to technical aspects of careNumber (percentage) ()
VS (%)S (%)NSSD (%)D (%)VD (%)Mean ± SD

Provided with nonpharmacological methods of pain relief25 (14)99 (55.6)46 (25.8)8 (4.5)3.79 ± 0.734
Monitored FHS regularly87 (48.9)73 (41)18 (10.1)4.39 ± 0.665
Monitored blood pressure immediately after delivery90 (50.6)80 (44.9)8 (4.5)4.46 ± 0.583
Monitored the progress of labour83 (46.6)76 (42.7)17 (9.6)2 (1.1)4.35 ± 0.699
Assisted in maintaining personal hygiene54 (30.3)77 (43.3)45 (25.3)2 (1.1)4.03 ± 0.77
Assisted in breast-feeding28 (15.7)69 (38.8)72 (40.4)9 (5.1)3.65 ± 0.804
Kept in comfortable position46 (25.8)101 (56.7)31 (17.4)4.08 ± 0.654
Assisted in perineal care/wound care17 (9.6)90 (50.6)66 (37.1)5 (2.8)3.67 ± 0.687
Assisted in early ambulation.14 (7.9)81 (45.5)72 (40.4)11 (6.2)3.55 ± 0.729

SD = standard deviation, VS = very satisfied, S = satisfied, NSSD = neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, D = dissatisfied, and VD = very dissatisfied.

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