A Questionnaire Study to Assess the Patient’s satisfaction Level After Caesarean Section
Keywords:Satisfaction, Caesarean section.
Aim: To assess the level of satisfaction with caesarean delivery and to see the relation between different parameters and satisfaction. Materials &
Method: This was a cross sectional study. A total of 423 post-caesarean women were included in the study. The structured questionnaires were used
for the collection of data from the patients and the data were processed and analyzed with the help of software SPSS. Results: During the study
period, among the 465 caesarean delivery 423 were enrolled for the study. The mean age of the patients was 23.99±5.29 years and mean parity
was 1.22±1.27. Initial negative reaction to the decision of caesaren section was expressed by 71.9% of the patients, 18.4% remained indifferent
and 9.7% showed positive reaction. The major reasons of initial negative reaction were fear of death and dislike of caesarean section. The
satisfaction following caesarean delivery was significantly associated with age, educational status and initial positive and negative reaction to the
decision of caesarean section. Three hundred and fifty five (83.9%) women expressed their overall satisfaction following caesarean section.
Conclusion: Most patients expressed their overall satisfaction to caesarean delivery.
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