International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Masters Thesis | Nursing | Nepal | Volume 11 Issue 3, March 2022

Perception Regarding Caesarean Section Delivery among Postnatal Mothers in a Tertiary Level Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal

Chandrakala Limbu | Dura Subedi

Abstract: Background: Perception of the birth experience is highly personalized, and women?s views vary regarding what constitutes a positive and satisfying experience. Methods: A descriptive, cross-sectional study was conducted among 129 respondents undergone caesarean delivery were purposively selected from Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Nepal. Sample was collected face to face interview using semi-structured schedule. Data was analyzed via SPSS software version 16 by using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. Results: The study showed that two third (66.38%) had positive perception on caesarean section delivery. The level of perception on caesarean section delivery was higher in received health services (75.9%) of caesarean section delivery than in operative procedure (61.2%) and received information related statements (50.3%). There was statistically significant association between the level of perception with age (p=0.024), occupation of spouse (p=0.007), gravid status (p=<0.001), types of caesarean section delivery (p=<0.001), history of caesarean section delivery (<0.001) and indication of caesarean section delivery (p=<0.001). Conclusion: The study concluded that two third of postnatal mothers have positive perception. But still more focus is required in basic care including personal hygiene, ambulation and sexual health. Health education program need to be directed on caesarean section as a mode of delivery in antenatal clinic to correct those issues concerning poor perception on caesarean section delivery.

Keywords: Perception, caesarean section delivery, postnatal mothers

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 3, March 2022,

Pages: 925 - 932

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