International Journal of Obstetrics, Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing

The International Journal of Obstetrics , Prenatal and Neonatal Nursing intends to publish research , review and short articles related to women and child care. The goal of the Journal is to enhance the knowledge and practice in closely related fields of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Neonatal care. Subject areas suitable for publication include, but are not limited to the following fields. Focus and Scope of the Journal: • Obstetrics and Gynecology • Amenorrhea , Dysmenorrhea, Menorrhagia • Prenatal Diagnosis and Screening • Prenatal Nutrition • Pregnancy and Preventive Care • Prenatal Nutrition • Reproductive Health • Fertility • Prematurity and Preterm Births • Birth Defects • Basic Neonatal care • Special care Newborn Nursery • Intensive Neonatal care • Neonatal Nursing


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Vol 4, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents


Ahalya. P 1-3
Case study on ovarian torsion in pregnancy PDF
B. R. Sumangala 4-6
Magnitude of unwanted pregnancy and associated factors among young female students of Mettu University PDF
Dereje Tsegaye Hawetu, Chali Itefa, Ebisa Negera 7-12
Fetus in Fetu – The Survival PDF
Dhivagar. S 13-15
Effectiveness of Hot Application on Reduction of Labour Pain Among Primi Gravid Women During First Stage of Labour Admitted in MGMCRI. PDF
S. Lavanya 16-20
Assessment of the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching on Knowledge regarding Menopausal Syndrome and its Management among Premenopausal Women in Selected Community Area PDF
Nikita Kishor Dhanorkar 21-33
A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Training Programme on Knowledge and Skills Regarding Newborn Resuscitation Among III Year B.Sc. Nursing Students of Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwar Institute of Nursing Sciences, Sattur, Dharwad PDF
Rangappa Shivaputrappa Ashi, Metilda S. Bijapur 34-39
Awareness on Reproductive Tract Infection among Married Women attending Antenatal Clinic in Selected Tertiary Care Hospital PDF
Asokan R 40-46
A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Video Assisted Teaching Module on Knowledge Regarding Techniques of Expressing and Utilization of Expressed Breast Milk to Establish Exclusive Breastfeeding Among Working Lactating Mother in Selected Industries, Bhub PDF
Sinmayee Devi, Debalina Dey 47-58

ISSN: 2455-6424