A Research to Evaluate the Impact of a Video Based Learning Program on Postpartum Mom’s Understanding of How to Express Breast Milk for their Newborns in the NICU at Sri Chama Rajendra Hospital Hassan


Authors : S. R. RAKSHA; JAYAMMA .A.U.

Volume/Issue : Volume 9 - 2024, Issue 1 - January

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10643877

Abstract : Aim & Objectives: Mothers of high-risk babies have problems with breastfeeding failure because their babies are unable to latch. This could be prevented by regular secretion of breast milk, and the milk can be stored and used for a short period of time. Milk banks have been in existence in developed countries like USA, Russia, UK and Austria etc. for more than a century. To keep sick, needy premature or laboring babies safe after birth. More importantly, breast milk is species specific and every part of the milk is adapted to meet the specific requirements of that species for the newborn. The use of expressed breast milk for these babies had a significant impact on reducing infant morbidity and mortality. and you have another chance to get breast milk for babies. Methods Evaluation approach In a quasi-experimental pre test posttest design, a convenience sampling technique was used to select the sample (N=40). A structured interview schedule was used to assess postpartum mothers' knowledge, and the VATP was administered and a post test was administered 7 days later and analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. Results The average percentile of the post-test knowledge score (93.18%) was higher than the average percentile of the pre-test knowledge score (42.0%). The calculated paired 't' value is greater than the table value (0.05, 39df) = 2.04 This showed a significant difference between the mean pre-test and post-test data scores. Calculated χ 2 values indicate a significant relationship between respondents' socio demographic information and their posttest data scores. Interpretation and Conclusion The results of the study showed that the knowledge about EBM and its management is less before VATP is given. The results showed that VTP helps to effectively improve their knowledge. Mother of high risk babies run some problems of lactation failure as their babies is not able to suck the nipple. This could be prevented by regular expression of breast milk and can be stored and utilization of milk for a short duration. The milk banks are in-existence for more than a century in developed countries like USA, Russia, UK and Austria etc..For safe guard to the sick, premature babies in need or for postnatal working mother’s infants. More important, breast milk is species specific and every element of milk is knitter made to suit the specific requirements of that species of the new born baby’s.The use of expressed breast milk for those infant had made considerable impact onreducing morbidity and mortality of infant and have a another chance to have breast milk for babies. Methods: An evaluative approach with Quasi experimental pre-test post-test design was used with convenience sampling technique for selecting for the sample (N=40). A structured interview schedule was used to assess the Knowledge of postnatal mothers and VATP was administered and post testdone after 7 days and analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics. Results: The post-test knowledge score mean percentage (93.18 %) was higher than the mean percentile of pre- test knowledge score (42.0%). The calculated paired‘t’ value is greater than the table value (0.05, 39df) = 2.04 It showed a significant difference between mean pre and post- test knowledge scores. Calculated χ 2 values are show significant association between socio demographic data of respondents with their post-test knowledge scores. Interpretation and Conclusion: The findings of the study showed that knowledge on EBM and its management amongis less before administration of VATP.The results indicated that the VATP is helpful in increasing their knowledge effectively.

Keywords : Effectiveness, VATP, Knowledge, Expression of breast milk, Management, Postnatal mother

Aim & Objectives: Mothers of high-risk babies have problems with breastfeeding failure because their babies are unable to latch. This could be prevented by regular secretion of breast milk, and the milk can be stored and used for a short period of time. Milk banks have been in existence in developed countries like USA, Russia, UK and Austria etc. for more than a century. To keep sick, needy premature or laboring babies safe after birth. More importantly, breast milk is species specific and every part of the milk is adapted to meet the specific requirements of that species for the newborn. The use of expressed breast milk for these babies had a significant impact on reducing infant morbidity and mortality. and you have another chance to get breast milk for babies. Methods Evaluation approach In a quasi-experimental pre test posttest design, a convenience sampling technique was used to select the sample (N=40). A structured interview schedule was used to assess postpartum mothers' knowledge, and the VATP was administered and a post test was administered 7 days later and analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. Results The average percentile of the post-test knowledge score (93.18%) was higher than the average percentile of the pre-test knowledge score (42.0%). The calculated paired 't' value is greater than the table value (0.05, 39df) = 2.04 This showed a significant difference between the mean pre-test and post-test data scores. Calculated χ 2 values indicate a significant relationship between respondents' socio demographic information and their posttest data scores. Interpretation and Conclusion The results of the study showed that the knowledge about EBM and its management is less before VATP is given. The results showed that VTP helps to effectively improve their knowledge. Mother of high risk babies run some problems of lactation failure as their babies is not able to suck the nipple. This could be prevented by regular expression of breast milk and can be stored and utilization of milk for a short duration. The milk banks are in-existence for more than a century in developed countries like USA, Russia, UK and Austria etc..For safe guard to the sick, premature babies in need or for postnatal working mother’s infants. More important, breast milk is species specific and every element of milk is knitter made to suit the specific requirements of that species of the new born baby’s.The use of expressed breast milk for those infant had made considerable impact onreducing morbidity and mortality of infant and have a another chance to have breast milk for babies. Methods: An evaluative approach with Quasi experimental pre-test post-test design was used with convenience sampling technique for selecting for the sample (N=40). A structured interview schedule was used to assess the Knowledge of postnatal mothers and VATP was administered and post testdone after 7 days and analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics. Results: The post-test knowledge score mean percentage (93.18 %) was higher than the mean percentile of pre- test knowledge score (42.0%). The calculated paired‘t’ value is greater than the table value (0.05, 39df) = 2.04 It showed a significant difference between mean pre and post- test knowledge scores. Calculated χ 2 values are show significant association between socio demographic data of respondents with their post-test knowledge scores. Interpretation and Conclusion: The findings of the study showed that knowledge on EBM and its management amongis less before administration of VATP.The results indicated that the VATP is helpful in increasing their knowledge effectively.

Keywords : Effectiveness, VATP, Knowledge, Expression of breast milk, Management, Postnatal mother

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