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Knowledge, attitudes and practices of postnatal mothers on ophthalmianeonatorum in Alekuwodo primary health care centre, Osogbo, Osun state

 Department: Nursing Science  
 By: usericon iamjahmeyou  

 Project ID: 6571
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Abstract
This project work evaluates the knowledge, attitudes and practices of postnatal mothers on OphthalmiaNeonatorum in Alekuwodo Primary Health care Centre, Osogbo, Osun state. It informed the health officers on the knowledge of postnatal mothers as related to OphthalmiaNeonatorum in the hospital. Among the objectives is to determine the level of knowledge of post-natal mothers on vision disorders that can arise from OphthalmiaNeonatorum and to assess the practices of postnatal mothers towards managing OphthalmiaNeonatorum. Furthermore, to assess the attitude of post-natal mothers towards OphthalmiaNeonatorum. Many medical and allied literatures were reviewed to develop more facts for the project work. This research use descriptive survey to sample patients related to the study in Alekuwodo Primary Health care Centre, Osogbo, Osun state. Questionnaire is the instrument used to gather and analyze the data, 90 questionnaires were distributed out of which 90 were also retrieved. In conclusion, recommendations were made that nurses should increase the rate of educating people on the retarded practices that have deleterious effects both on their health and their kids’ health and the government should provide infrastructures, quality medications and qualified health workers to tackle and reduce complications that arise from ophthalmianeonatorium. Lastly, nurses should increase the rate of educating people on the management and complications of ophthalmianeonatorium. Keywords patients, OphthalmiaNeonatorum, postnatal ...
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