A Comparative Study Of The Effect Of BMI On Labour Outcomes, Delivery Process, And Postpartum Women's Health, At Governmental Hospitals In Two Libyan Cities

International Journal of Progressive Sciences and Technologies

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Title A Comparative Study Of The Effect Of BMI On Labour Outcomes, Delivery Process, And Postpartum Women's Health, At Governmental Hospitals In Two Libyan Cities
 
Creator A. Alwan, Obaid
A. Albeshti, Fahima
Mahfoud, Adel
M. Hamoudah, Islam
 
Subject Biology, Medicine
BMI , labour outcomes , delivery , postpartum women .
Biology
 
Description Abstract – This clinical study was carried out on postpartum women in two public hospitals during mid-2020. Analysis of collected data was done by using Descriptive statistics (frequencies and percentages Inferential statistics (X2-test &t-test), p-value less than 0.05 considered to be statistically significant. The 95% confidence interval was used to estimate a value range for an unknown parameter. The results of comparison between average age, height, weight, and body mass index characteristics of postpartum women for overweight and normal-weight groups in the study areas were addressed, there was no statistical significance at p 0.05 except for the weight and height variables in the normal- weight group, which in turn showed statistically significant differences. On the other hand, the results of labor induction and cesarean delivery were statistically significant in overweight and obese group compared to normal weight in the studied community at Zawia Hospital, where (Chi-square value = 13.52, p <0.00, 95% CI of OR = 3.702 (1.818, 7.541) And (Chi-square value = 63.43, p <0.00, 95% CI of OR = (0.116 (0.054, 0.251)). In the same context, statistical analyzes showed that there is a statistical significance when induction of labor for women with normal weight compared to overweight And obese patients in Al-Galaa Hospital, and their values were (Chi-square value = 8.72, p <0.003, 95% CI of OR = 0.348 (0.171, 0.710). Aim: This study aims to compare and investigate the effect of body mass index on labour outcomes at two Libyan city hospitals in mid-2020.
 
Publisher International Journals of Sciences and High Technologies
 
Contributor Al-Zawia Teaching Hospital
Al-Galaa Hospital
 
Date 2021-05-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ijpsat.ijsht-journals.org/index.php/ijpsat/article/view/2976
10.52155/ijpsat.v26.1.2976
 
Source International Journal of Progressive Sciences and Technologies; Vol 26, No 1 (2021); 353-363
2509-0119
10.52155/ijpsat.v26.1
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://ijpsat.ijsht-journals.org/index.php/ijpsat/article/view/2976/1840
https://ijpsat.ijsht-journals.org/index.php/ijpsat/article/downloadSuppFile/2976/467
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Adel Aeyad Mohamed Mahfoud
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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