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A study to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching module (VATM) on knowledge and practice among mothers regarding identification and management of danger signs (IMNCI) in young infants - A pilot study

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B. Sudha and Dr. V. Selvanayaki
Subject Area: 
Health Sciences
Abstract: 

Introduction: It has also been noted that one-third of all neonatal deaths occur on the first day of life, almost half within 3days & nearly three-quarters within the first week of life. In developing countries, about 34 of every 1000 live births result in neonatal death. The primary cause of neonatal deaths are sepsis(52%) which includes pneumonia, meningitis, neonatal tetanus, diarrhoea), birth asphyxia (20%)and others(13%). Lack of specificity of the clinical manifestation of various neonatal condition has been noted, resulting in difficulty in making a definitive diagnosis, delay in seeking health care and resultant high mortality. It is necessary for the caregivers & health-care providers to recognize the danger signs in a sick neonate and thereafter seek the appropriate level of health care, which in turn would reduce mortality. Methodology: Quantitative research approach with pre and post control group design was chosen for the study. Non probability purposive sampling technique was used for selecting the sample size of 40.structured knowledge questionnaire was used for assessing the knowledge and checklist was used practice. Pretest was done with the tool and on the same day VATM was administered. After 7 days and one month of pre test, post-test was done with the same tool. Results: The post- test mean knowledge score (31.80) was higher than the pre test mean score (18.30). The post- test mean practice score (12.20) was higher than the pre test mean score (6.75). Association was found with age of the mother, educational status and order of the child.

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