Geeta, Anu Grover
Abstract: The complain about the episiotomy wound is one of the most common problems we are getting from the postnatal mothers with episiotomy wound during the postnatal period. Episiotomy is one of the most common surgical procedures performed during the second stage of labour, especially in primigravida women. This technique is very much helpful for reducing complications during the delivery like perineal tear and birth injuries in the newborn. Routine vaginal cleansing with an antiseptic agent during labour for preventing maternal and neonatal infections. 70/ vaginal delivery with episiotomy wound in Indian according to 2015 W.H.O. report. 1980-1984 policy John Radcliffe Hospital in oxford during episiotomy rate from 73 to 45 percent increase in second degree tears from 7 to 20 percent 1980-1984 policy John Radcliffe Hospital in oxford during episiotomy rate from 73 to 45 percent increase in second degree tears from 7 to 20 percent. A comparative study to evaluate the effectiveness of betadien versus chlorohexdien solution on episiotomy wound healing among the postnatal mothers admitted in the Obstetrics ward at SGT Hospital Budhera, Gurugram. The non-probability convenient sampling technique was used to select 40samples postnatal mothers with episiotomy wound Admitted obstetrics ward S.G.T Hospital Gurugram one group pretest posttest research design was used in present study. The tool consists of demographic variables and modified REEDA scale to assess episiotomy wound. Reliability was calculated by using Karl Pearson?s method. Analysis of the data was done using descriptive and inferential statistics. Objective: To compare the effectiveness of betadien solution versus chlorohexdien solution on episiotomy wound healing among the postnatal mothers.
Keywords: Episiotomy wound healing, application, chlorohexdien solution, Postnatal mothers