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Research Paper | Medicine Science | India | Volume 5 Issue 1, January 2016
A Comparative Study to Assess the Physical Parameters of Newborns Delivered at term to a Mother with Pregnancy Induced Hypertension and Term Normal Pregnancy
Manisha Shinde Jotwar
Abstract: A study to assess the physical parameters of newborns delivered at term to a mother with pregnancy induced hypertension and term normal pregnancy and, descriptive approach and A non-experimental research design was used. The study was conducted in selected hospital in the district. The sample was 100 (50 newborns of P. I. H mothers & 50 newborns of mothers with normal pregnancy). Convenient sampling technique was used in the study to collect subjects. Findings - In newborns delivered at term of mother with pregnancy induced hypertensive mothers.2 % of the newborns had poor physical health (score 1-4), 42 % of them had fair physical health (score 5-10) and 56 % of them had good physical health (Score 11-15). In physical parameters of physical parameters of newborns delivered at term of mother with normal pregnancy, none of the newborns had poor physical health (score 1-4), 16 % of them had fair physical health (score 5-10), 74 % of them had good physical health (Score 11-15) and 10 % of them had very good physical health (Score 16-20). The physical health of the newborns delivered at term of mother with normal pregnancy was better than the newborns delivered at term of mother with pregnancy induced hypertensive mothers.
Keywords: physical parameters, newborns, pregnancy induced hypertension, full term
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 1, January 2016,
Pages: 704 - 709
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