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An experimental study to assess the effectiveness of double syringe method versus rubber band method on successful breast feeding among primi para mothers with flat and inverted nipple at MGMCRI, Puducherry

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Nanthini, D.
Subject Area: 
Health Sciences
Abstract: 

True experimental research design was adopted. Sixty samples (30 in each group) including mothers with flat and inverted nipple were selected by using simple random sampling technique (lottery method).The pre-test data collection was done by Bristol breast feeding assessment tool. Group I includes Double syringe method, it was used for 2 minutes about 4 times a day for a period of 3 days to promote breast feeding. Group II includes rubber band method, it was applied towards the nipple about 3 times a day for 3 minutes before breast feeding for a period of 3 days. The main aim of the present study was to compare the effectiveness of double syringe and rubber band method on primipara mothers with flat and inverted nipple at MGMCRI Puducherry. The samples were divided into two groups, group I received double syringe method and group II received rubber band method. The pre-test standard deviation level of successful breast feeding of group I was 0.99 and post test was 0. 55. The pre-test standard deviation level of successful breast feeding of group II was 0.94 and post-test was 1.19. The Wilcoxon value of group I is 3.985 and for group II is 3.947 that there was successful breast feeding with double syringe method than rubber band method. The study concludes that double syringe method is very effective on level of successful breast feeding among mothers with flat and inverted nipple.

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