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Title in Portuguese: Socio-demographic and obstetric profile of pregnant women in a public hospital
Other Titles: Perfil sociodemográfico e obstétrico de parturientes de um hospital público
Author: Barbosa, Elaine Marcelina
Oliveira, Andressa Suelly Saturnino de
Galiza, Dayze Djanira Furtado de
Barros, Valéria Lima de
Aguiar, Valdenici Firmo de
Marques, Marilia Braga
Keywords: Nascimento Vivo
Sistemas de Informação
Saúde Materno-Infantil
Issue Date: Mar-2017
Publisher: Rev Rene
Citation: BARBOSA, E. M. et al. Socio-demographic and obstetric profile of pregnant women in a public hospital. Rev Rene, Fortaleza, v. 18, n. 2, p. 227-33, mar./abr. 2017.
Abstract in Portuguese: Objetivo: investigar o perfil sociodemográfico e obstétrico de parturientes de um hospital público. Métodos: estudo documental descritivo, realizado com informações contidas em um livro de registros elaborado baseado na Declaração de Nascido Vivo de 323 parturientes. Resultados: observou-se que 69,3% das parturientes tinham entre 20 e 35 anos, 70,0% ensino fundamental, 74,3% possuíam companheiro, 78,6% eram lavradoras e 8,4% detinham atividade remunerada. 51,7% eram primíparas, 70,6% realizaram seis ou mais consultas pré-natal. Na associação de variáveis, percebeu-se que as mães entre 15 e 19 anos exibiam alto índice de primiparidade (78,6%; p<0,001), a baixa escolaridade relacionou-se com o aumento de filhos (71,7%; p=0,002) e com o parto vaginal (56,9%; p=0,045). Conclusão: evidenciou-se grande percentual de primiparidade em adolescentes, baixa escolaridade em mães com maior número de filhos e nas que realizaram partos vaginais.
Abstract: Objective: to investigate the sociodemographic and obstetric profile of pregnant women in a public hospital. Methods: descriptive, documentary study with information contained in a record book created based on the Certificate of Live Birth of 323 pregnant women. Results: it was observed that 69.3% of pregnant women were between 20 and 35 years old, 70.0% had elementary school educaiton, 74.3% had a partner, 78.6% were farmers and 8.4% had remunerated activity. 51.7% were primiparous, 70.6% had six or more prenatal visits. In the association of variables, it was noticed that mothers between 15 and 19 years of age showed higher index of primiparity (78.6%; p <0.001), the low educational level was related with the increase of children (71.7%; p=0.002) and vaginal delivery (56.9%; p=0.045). Conclusion: it was evident a large percentage of primiparity in adolescents, low educational level among mothers with many children and those who underwent vaginal deliveries.
URI: http://www.repositorio.ufc.br/handle/riufc/22721
ISSN: 2175-6783 On-line
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