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Authors Relationship between perceived social support and anxiety before and after cesarean in the pregnant womenZeinab Hashemi Arani - Msc of Midwifery Education, Sina Hospital, Lorestan University of Medical Sciences, Nourabad, Iran
Fariba Ebtekar - Ph.D in Community Health Assistant Professor Department of Midwifery, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery,Kurdistan University of Medical Sciences Sanandaj, Iran
Khadigeh Seiedkaboli - MSc in Midwifery Consultation, Clinical Care Research Center, Health Development Research Center, KurdistanUniversity of Medical Sciences, Sanandaj, Iran
Abstract:Background and Aim : Most pregnant women experience a degree of anxiety before and after cesarean.Anxiety can have unfavorable complications for the mother and the baby. Given the probable relationshipof social support with the amount of anxiety , the present study aimed to determine the relationship betweenperceived social support and anxiety before and after cesarean in the pregnant women referring to BesatHospital in Sanandaj in 2018.Methods : The present study is descriptive co-relational and cross-sectional, and was conducted on 180pregnant women enrolled for the cesarean section referring to Besat hospital in 2018 who were selectedaccording to available sampling method. The demographic information questionnaire, the perceived socialsupport of MOS-SSS, and the anxiety questionnaires Dass 21 were used to collect data. Using the SPSS 16software, the data was analyzed through descriptive statistics, Pearson co-relation.Results : Results indicated that the degree of the overall rate of anxiety before cesarean was 58.9% and inthe post operation stage 19.5% respectively. In addition, there was a negative significant difference betweensocial support and anxiety before the operation (p<0.05, r= -0.633), and anxiety after cesarean (P<0.05, r=-0.476).Conclusion : The results of the study showed that there is a negative and significant relationship betweenperceived social support and anxiety before and after cesarean section. Hence it is advised that interventionsbe designed to identify and promote the level of social support in the pregnant women enrolled for Cesarean.
Keywords:Perceived social support, Anxiety, Cesarean
COI code: DTOGIMED03_146
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