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Journal of The Korean Society of Maternal and Child Health 2014;18(1):86-96.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21896/jksmch.2014.18.1.86    Published online January 31, 2014.
Relationship between Preterm Labor Stress, Fetal Attachment and Maternal Role Confidence in Pregnant Women with Preterm Labor
손희진1, 박정숙2
1울산대학교병원
2고신대학교
조기진통 임부의 조기진통스트레스, 태아애착과 모성역할자신감의 관계
손희진1, 박정숙2
1울산대학교병원
2고신대학교
Abstract
Objective
The Relationship between preterm labor stress, fetal attachment and maternal roleconfidence in pregnant women with preterm labor, which was carried out in a descriptive form.
Methods
The study objects were 121 pregnant women hospitalized for preterm labor at oneuniversity hospital and four women's hospitals in U metropolitan City. The data were based onthe self-report questionnaires made between October 1st, 2012 and January 31, 2013.
Results
The degree of preterm labor stress and maternal-fetal attachment of pregnant womenwith preterm labor were found to be higher than the middle, and the degree of maternal role confidencewas found to be lower than the middle. There was a positive relation between pretermlabor stress and maternal-fetal attachment(r=.197, p=.030). There was a positive relation betweenpreterm labor stress and interaction with the fetus(r=-.185, p=.042). and role taking among thesubscales of maternal-fetal attachment (r=.346, p=.001). There was a positive correlation, therewas a positive relation between attribution characteristics and intention to the fetus among thesubscales of maternal-fetal attachment and maternal role confidence (r=.254, p=.005).
Conclusion
It is necessary to develop a nursing intervention program for reducing preterm laborstress and increasing maternal-fetal attachment in order to increase the maternal role confidenceof preterm labor pregnant women, as well as a program that considers the characteristics that affectthe degree of preterm labor stress, maternal-fetal attachment and maternal role confidence.
Key Words: preterm labor, pregnant women, stress, maternal-fetal attachment, maternal role confidence


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