Effect of Hospital-Based Providers Continuous Support on Progress of Active Phase of Labor

Authors: Gehan Ebrahim Ghonemy, Entesar Fatouh Abd El Moneim, Zeinab Ahmed Abdelsalam

events in a woman and spouse life, and can have strong physical, emotional, and psychological effects. Aim of the study: To evaluate the effect of continuous support provided by nurses during labor on the duration of the active phase of labor. Method: A quasi- experimental design was adopted, using Apurposive Sample of 200 women was randomly divided into control group (n=100) who had not received support on childbirth. In the intervention group (n =100) continuous support during labor was provided. Data collected using an interview sheet, a partograph (labor progress record), and visual analogue scale to assess severity of pain. You can submit your Manuscripts at: 

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