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Title: Profile socio-demographic, birth and morbidity of pregnant women attended in a primary health care
Authors: SANTOS, Floriacy Stabnow
SOUZA, Adna Nascimento
BEZERRA, Janaina Miranda
SANTOS, Francisca Aline Arrais Sampaio
FERREIRA, Adriana Gomes Nogueira
FONTOURA, Iolanda Graepp
GORDON, Ariadne Siqueira de Araújo
SANTOS NETO, Marcelino
SILVA, Sayara Karollyne Alencar da
BATISTA, Carmilene Alencar Pereira
LIMA, Cynthia Cardozo Dias
SANTOS, Lívia Fernanda Siqueira
DANTAS, Karen Regina Guimarães
FONTOURA, Volmar Moraes
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: SANTOS, F. S. et al. Profile socio-demographic, birth and morbidity of pregnant women attended in a primary health care. International Journal of Development Research, v. 8, n. 2, p. 188890-18893, Feb. 2018.
Abstract: This research aims to identify the socio-demographic characteristics and obstetric history of pregnant women attended in a primary health care and to identify the morbidities that affected those pregnant women. This descriptive, retrospective, documentary, exploratory, quantitative study was conducted between August and December 2016, data collection was taken from the pregnant women medical records of those who received prenatal care and have been attended for the nurse. Outcomes pointed participants ranged in age from before 18 to 42 years. 48.3% of women were living with a partner, 38.3% were black women, 30% of them have a high school education. The obstetric history showed that 35% have had two childbirths before, 28.3% of the women had a miscarriage, 61.6% had caesarean section. Findings revealed that 6.6% of all women were affected by hypertension, 3.3% were diagnosed with gestational diabetes, 11.6% were with heart disease, 48.3% with urinary tract infection. Nurses play an essential role in prenatal care, they afford the development of a health pregnancy without risks.
URI: https://repositorio.ufma.br/jspui/handle/123456789/912
ISSN: 2230-9926
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