A community based interventional approach to intranatal And neonatal health care

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  • Bhupendra Tripathi
  • S Dwivedi
  • S B Dabral
  • D Kumar

Abstract

Objective : To assess the contribution of the interventions through the local change agent (Bal Parivar Mitra) towards achievement of health awareness among rural women regarding maternal child health through improvement and change in health practices. Study design: Stratified multistage random sampling technique. Study unit : Within the selected households lactating mothers were selected as study units. Study area : The study was conducted in Jasra and Saidabad blocks of Allahabad district wherein MCHN Project is going on since July 2000. Study variable : Maternal care. Intervention, Impact. Statistical analysis : Ztesl for testing significance of differences between two proportions (Z - test). Results: Deliveries assisted by trained persons increased from 22.4%to 36.7%. Follow-up of'5-cleans’ during pregnancy was among 43.3%. Birth registration increased from 19.2% in baseline to 35%. feeding of colostrum from 27,4% to 40.0%. Breastfeeding within half an hour after birth was among 23.3% followed by 16.7% within 1/2-12 hours. Proper warmth was given to 68.3% newborns and 58.3% babies were bathed after one day of birth. Conclusions : The suggested intervention package through BPM seems to be a sustainable effort and several parameters of intranatal and neonatal health care arc expected to be attained as long-term achievements.

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2003-12-31

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Tripathi B, Dwivedi S, Dabral SB, Kumar D. A community based interventional approach to intranatal And neonatal health care. Indian J Community Health [Internet]. 2003 Dec. 31 [cited 2022 Jun. 30];15(2):7-14. Available from: https://www.iapsmupuk.org/journal/index.php/IJCH/article/view/78

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