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Journal of The Korean Society of Maternal and Child Health 2018;22(3):142-150.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21896/jksmch.2018.22.3.142    Published online September 30, 2018.
The Effects of Labor pain and Labour agentry on Perception of Delivery Experience in Puerperas Giving Birth in Midwifery Clinic
Sun Ok Lee1, Jung Suk Park2
1Department of Nursing, Silla University, Korea
2College of Nursing, Kosin University, Korea
조산원 분만 산모의 분만통증, 분만통제감이분만경험지각에 미치는 영향
이선옥1, 박정숙2
1신라대학교 간호학과
2고신대학교 간호대학
Correspondence:  Jung Suk Park,
Email: cooler1978@kosin.ac.kr
Abstract
Purpose
This study intends to identify the relations among labor pain and labor agentry of puerperas giving birth in midwifery clinic and perception of delivery experience, and to establish factors influencing on their perception of delivery experience.
Methods
Descriptive survey research. Data were collected from puerperas giving birth through vaginal delivery in six midwifery clinics, and they were analyzed through t-test, ANOVA, pearson's correlation coefficients, and stepwise multiple regression.
Results
Figures of labor pain of puerperas giving birth in midwifery clinic by stage were 4.12, 6.80 and 8.11 in average in latent, active and transitional stage, respectively, while labor agentry and perception of delivery experience showed upper-middling figures, namely 3.70 and 3.94. It was revealed that labor agentry of puerperas giving birth in midwifery clinic had negative correlation with labor pain in latent stage (r=-0.176, p=0.021). Perception of delivery experience had the same with labor pain in latent stage (r=-0.177, p=0.020) and labor pain in active stage (r=-0.159, p=0.037), whereas perception of delivery experience had positive correlation with labor agentry (r=0.750, p<0.001). In addition, factors influencing on perception of delivery experience of puerperas giving birth in midwifery clinic were labor agentry, educational background and marital satisfaction, accounting for 58.8%.
Conclusion
The results suggest that developing and applying nursing intervention program that increases labor agentry so that puerperas giving birth in midwifery clinic may perceive childbirth experience positively.
Key Words: labor pain, labor agentry, perception of delivery experience, puerperas, midwifery clinic
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