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A descriptive study to assess the knowledge regarding causes and preventive measures of anaemia in pregnant women attending opd at sgtb hospital, amritsar

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Rupinder Singh and Manoj Kumar Sharma
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In India, there is an increased mortality and morbidity due to various causes among pregnant women. Anaemia during pregnancy is a very common condition because the growing fetus demands more nutritional intake and the incidence is very high and our purpose is to make people aware of the causes and preventive measures of anaemia in the urban areas. This study is designed to investigate and assess the knowledge regarding causes and preventiv measures of anaemia among pregnant women. The data collection for the study was carried out from 1st March to 10th March with a selection of 30 pregnant women who were attending OPD at SGTB Hospital, Amritsar. The methodology is the most important part research as it is the fram work for conducting a study. The present study was conducted at the OPD of SGTB Hospital, Amritsar. There are about Approximately 15 patients who are attending the OPD per day. In our present Study, subjects according to age revealed that 20% were between the age group of 18-21 years ,47% between 22-26 years of age while 33% were between 27-30 years of age. According to qualification revealed that 13% of subjects had qualification upto 5th standard,47% subjects had qualification up to 10th standard whereas 40% subjects had qualification above 12 standard. As per Occupation,23% of pregnant ladies were government employees while 77% were housewives. According to Residence,66% of pregnant ladies belongs to urban areas whereas 34% pregnant ladies belongs to rural areas.As per Language, majority of the subjects i.e 74% knows Punjabi/Hindi language ,13% of subjects knows English language while 13% knows all of the above languages. According to the type of family,36% of pregnant ladies belongs to Nuclear family and 64% belongs to joint family. As per the parity,majority of subjects i.e 60% were multigravida while 40% of subjects were primigravida.

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