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Farydeh Parsaie. Identifying effects of the use of fundal pressure in causing complication from the time of the woman's entrance into the delivery room to the time of discharging from the hospital (1994).. IJN. 1996; 0 (14 and 15) :43-50
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  This is a semi experimental survey with the main goal of identifying effects of the use of fundal pressure in causing complication from the time of the woman,s entrance into the delivery room to the time of discharge from the hospital.

  210 women took part in this survey, 70 of which were in the research and 140 in the observed group. The necessary data about the subject of the study were gathered using observation technique which were then analyzed accordingly.

  The data were then illustrated in 23 tables and in order to reach the final goal descriptive and inferential statistics (chi- square,T student, Fisher exact test and Cochran statistical tests) were used.

  The final result of the research showed that the complications of uterine inertia and extention of episiotomy to the area of cervix uteri and vaginal tears in the delivery room and also uterine inertia and colicky abdominal pains after leaving the delivery room to the time of discharge from the hospital showed a significant difference between the research and observed group.

  Other complications such as first, second, third, and fourth degree perineal tears, vulval and vaginal haematomas also showed significant difference using Cochran statistical tests omitting different demographic variables in each complication.

Based on the finding, suggestions for further research and implementions of the findings in the different area of practice were made.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: nursing
Received: 2012/04/22 | Accepted: 2013/02/23 | Published: 2013/02/23

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