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“A Prospective Study To Determine The Occurrence And Management Of Different Grades Of Anemia (Mild,Moderate&Severe) In Pregnant Women At Tertiary Care Hospital”

Author: MOBIN FATIMA, NIMRAH HYDER, HAMD SHAKEEBA, SUMAIYA NAYELA
Abstract: Our study's goals included determining the prevalence of various anemia grades, identifying risk factors, evaluating anaemia management, and offering patient education and counselling through patient information leaflets. The study was conducted at Shadan teaching and general hospital, a tertiary care hospital located in Hyderabad, Telangana. A sum of 102 pregnant women with anaemia were registered in the study which was conducted for a period of 6 months. The participants mean (SD) age was 23.75. 29 women were primigravida whereas 73 were multigravida . Data was collected through data forms and anaemia was categorised into three grades based on the level of haemoglobin. This data was analyzed using descriptive frequencies for mean, standard deviation, frequency, and percentages. Among the 102 study subjects, mild anaemia was found to be more prevalent which accounted for 51%, moderate anaemia was seen in 37.3% and severe anaemia was the least prevalent with 12%. 48% of the anaemic patients were aged between 18-24 while the advanced maternity age group (35-40) had prevalence of 9%. Using the chi square test, it was found that there was a correlation between previous anaemia and the degree of anaemia in the current pregnancy. A p value of less than 0.07 was considered statistically significant.
Keyword: Anaemia; Chi-square test; standard deviation; management of anaemia.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2023.15.01.012
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