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Title: Labor pain: Non-pharmacological measures preferred by parturient
Authors: Marques, Maria
Sim-Sim, Margarida
Keywords: pain
labor pain
pain relief
non-pharmacological measures
Issue Date: Sep-2016
Publisher: 3 rd World Congress of Health Research
Citation: Marques, M. & Sim-Sim, M. (2016). Labor pain: Non-pharmacological measures preferred by parturient. Atención Primaria, 48(Espec Cong 1), p.22
Abstract: Background: Labor pain is a legacy given by bipedalism, sendentarism and greater fetos robustness. It is expected that nurses mostly apply non-pharmacological methods of pain relief, putting the account of the mother to your preferences. Aim: To describe the women preferences about pain relief no-pharmacological measures. Method: Convenience sample of 180 parturients, with mean age of 30.81 years (SD = 5.31), ranging from 17 to 43 years. Results: all positions are valued as a pain relief way. The most valued, classified as "strongly relief" is the lateral decubitus in bed (45.7%), followed by walking (40.4%) and sitting swing (38.9%). Conclusion: Mothers show preference for traditional measure as lateral position on the bed. A greater familiarity with other relief measures could facilitate labor experience.
Type: lecture
Appears in Collections:CICTS - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais

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