Top PDF A study to assess the effectiveness of acupressure on dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls (12-16 years) studying in sakthi higher secondary school, Nachimuthupuram, Erode (dt)

A study to assess the effectiveness of acupressure on dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls (12-16 years) studying in sakthi higher secondary school, Nachimuthupuram, Erode (dt)

A study to assess the effectiveness of acupressure on dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls (12-16 years) studying in sakthi higher secondary school, Nachimuthupuram, Erode (dt)

The pilot study is a small scale version of trail run before the major study pilot study was conducted to ensure validity and reliability of the tool and acupressure. The primary objective of the pilot study was to test as many elements of the research proposal as possible; in order to correct any part does not work well, for this study the pilot study was conducted at, Vivekananda matriculation higher secondary school, Vijay colony, Erode (Dt) on 1.11.2009 to 7.11.2009 In order to ensure the effectiveness of the acupressure. “Flip a coin method” was used to select 5 students for experimental group and which odd number were given and if “head” of the coin appeared they were grouped under experimental group to select 5 students for the control group, the coin was tossed, and if “tail” of the coin appeared and even numbers were allotted to select the same. acupressure was provided for the students in the experimental group during the dysmenorrhea and 5 students of control group did not receive any remedy.
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An experimental study to evaluate the effectiveness of pelvic rocking exercises versus aerobic exercises on primary dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls in  a selected college at puducherry

An experimental study to evaluate the effectiveness of pelvic rocking exercises versus aerobic exercises on primary dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls in a selected college at puducherry

ed by dysmenorrhea with 10–12% of them having severe dysmenorrhea. In India, dysmenorrhea incidence is 33.5% among adolescent girls. True experimental design was adopted for the study. The population of the study was only adolescent girls with primary enorrhea. 60 samples were selected by simple random sampling technique, 30 in each group, group I received pelvic rocking exercises and group II received aerobic exercises. Pre-test was done using structured questionnaire and assessment of level of pain perception by numerical pain rating scale. After pelvic rocking exercises for group I and aerobic exercises for group II, level of pain perception was assessed using the numerical pain rating scale. The main conclusion of the present s girls with primary dysmenorrhea reported moderate and severe pain on numerical pain rating scale before intervention. Pelvic rocking exercises and aerobic exercises were effective on menstrual pain perception in both group I and group II. While comparing the effectiveness of pelvic rocking exercises and aerobic exercises, result shows that Wilcoxon test of 4.848, respectively. It indicates that there was variation in the . thus the study concludes that aerobic exercises is effective on reduction of menstrual pain perception among adolescent girls with primary
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An Experimental Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Pudhina Extract in Reducing Dysmenorrhea among Adolescent Girls in Selected Schools at Madurai.

An Experimental Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Pudhina Extract in Reducing Dysmenorrhea among Adolescent Girls in Selected Schools at Madurai.

The study was primarily aimed at assessing the effectiveness of pudhina extract in reducing dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls in selected schools at Madurai. The data collection was from 10.06.2011 to 28.04.2012. Permission was sought from five schools, which gave permission to conduct the study. A total of 700 adolescents were included in the study. The adolescents from eighth to twelfth standard were met in a classroom. The investigator initiated the proceedings with a self introduction to develop a good rapport and then explained the purpose and nature of the study. Confidentiality was assured. Individual written consent was obtained from the participants. Adolescents were made sure that they had no allergy to pudina. Based on the inclusion criteria, the adolescent girls with dysmenorrhea were randomly selected for the experimental and control group. Out of 700 adolescents, 350 were in experimental group and 350 in control group.
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A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Aerobic Exercise on
Primary Dysmenorrhoea among Adolescent Girls at Selected
College, Coimbatore

A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Aerobic Exercise on Primary Dysmenorrhoea among Adolescent Girls at Selected College, Coimbatore

Many sports are a viable alternative to reduce dysmenorrhoea, one of them is aerobics. By doing aerobics, it increases lung efficiency, so that, when women do aerobics routinely then they can store double oxygen per minute which can bring more oxygen even during blood vessel constriction that reducing pain. Physical training (aerobics) can also produce the hormone endorphin. Endorphins produced in the brain and spinal cord. This hormone can cause a sense of comfort and increasing endorphin levels in the body to relieve pain during contractions. The present study is a study to assess the effectiveness of aerobic exercise in reduction of primary dysmenorrhoea among adolescent girls in in PSG College of Nursing. The main objective is to identify the level of dysmenorrhoea among adolescent girls and to assess the effectiveness of aerobic exercise in reduction of primary dysmenorrhoea among adolescent girls. The wide literature search also helped in selection of appropriate conceptual planning, developing frame work and research plan.
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A study to assess the Effectiveness of Information Education Communication on Knowledge regarding Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome among Adolescent Girls in a selected college at Theni

A study to assess the Effectiveness of Information Education Communication on Knowledge regarding Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome among Adolescent Girls in a selected college at Theni

Sr.Anto Suji, Mrs. Reeta Jeba kumara, Dr. Nalini Jeyavanth santh(2016), conducted a pre experimental non equivalent control group pretest-posttest design to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching programme related to PCOS among 100 adolescent girls age group between 15-18 yrs in Madurai, Tamilnadu. The study revealed that 78% of adolescent girls in experimental group and 76% of adolescent girls in control group had inadequate level of knowledge in pretest. After having video assisted teaching programme in posttest 60% of adolescent girls gained adequate knowledge in experimental group. So out of 39 adolescent girls who had inadequate knowledge in pretest were reduced into only four girls in posttest. The study concluded that video teaching programme had an effect in improving the knowledge of adolescent girls related to PCOS.
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A study to assess the effectiveness of billig’s exercise in reducing dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls at government higher secondary school kalapatti, Coimbatore

A study to assess the effectiveness of billig’s exercise in reducing dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls at government higher secondary school kalapatti, Coimbatore

Malhotra C, et.al, (2008) conducted a study to assess the types and frequency of problems related to menstruation among adolescent girls and the effect of these problems on daily routine .More than a third ( 35.9%) of the study subjects were in the age group 13-15 years followed by 17-19 years, 15- 17 years respectively. Mean age of the study participants were calculated to be 16.2 years. Dysmenorrhea (67.2%) was the commonest problem and 63.1% had one or the other symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Other related problems were present in 55.1% of study subjects. Daily routine of 60% girls were affected due to prolonged bed rest, missed social activities / commitments, disturbed sleep and decreased appetite. 17.24% had to miss classes and 25% had to abstain from work.
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An experimental study to assess the effectiveness of mint leaves paste on dysmenorrhea among nursing students at sgrd college of nursing, vallah, amritsar, Punjab

An experimental study to assess the effectiveness of mint leaves paste on dysmenorrhea among nursing students at sgrd college of nursing, vallah, amritsar, Punjab

Herbal supplement is found to be very beneficial for the treatment of menstrual problems. Prolonged result with no adverse action on user is one among the main advantages of using herbal cures. Herb like mint leaves, is best recommended cure for the treatment of menstrual problems. (Wong, 2007). It is supported by the study conducted by Ramya M. to assess the effectiveness of the mint extract upon dysmenorrhea among the students at Apollo school of Nursing, Chennai. Pre experimental design was adopted and purposive sampling method was used and 35 students were selected as samples. The level of dysmenorrhea was assessed before and after mint extracts administration for consecutive days, 5 days before menstruation and 3 days after menstruation. The pretest level dysmenorrhea score of students were high, Mean = 6.46, SD = 2.57 in comparison with the score of posttest were Mean = 1.2, SD = 1.26 the difference between the experimental pretest and posttest is found to be statistically proven to be significant (p<0.001). The result could be attributed to the effectiveness of the mint extract. (Ramya, 2008). Keeping in view the above findings in literature, dysmenorrhea can be considered as prevalent problem, which adversely affect the day to day activities of nursing students. The investigator realized that many nursing students suffering from dysmenorrhea go into absenteeism at class and clinical. After doing the extensive review of literature regarding effect of mint leaves on dysmenorrhea the investigator is motivated to undertake the study to assess the effectiveness effect of mint leaves on dysmenorrhea.
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A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge Regarding Effects of Consanguineous Marriage and its Prevention among Adolescent Girls in a Selected Pre University College of Bagalkot

A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge Regarding Effects of Consanguineous Marriage and its Prevention among Adolescent Girls in a Selected Pre University College of Bagalkot

Absract:- In our culture we have a one practice that is marriage so in every family the marriages will occur from olden days the practice is the marriage will occurs within the blood relatives so the many cases are seen of the fetus abnormalities so the effect of consanguineous marriage are increasing so this study is related to A study to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching program on knowledge and attitude regarding effects of consanguineous marriage on fetus and its prevention among adolescent girls.
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A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PLANNED TEACHING PROGRAMME (PTP) ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AMONG ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN SELECTED SCHOOL OF SANGLI MIRAJ KUPWAD AREA

A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PLANNED TEACHING PROGRAMME (PTP) ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AMONG ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN SELECTED SCHOOL OF SANGLI MIRAJ KUPWAD AREA

Adolescence is a very fundamental stage in life where emotional, physical and biological transformation takes place in preparation for future development of a girl. Throughout this period many young girls struggle to cope with the changes in their day to day life. This changes call for physical, emotional & social skills in order to deal with challenges that the changes bring along. One key development during adolescent years is the development of the reproductive system. This study focused on the knowledge regarding reproductive health in the selected school of sangli miraj kupwad area to manage and handle the changes of this stage in day to day life and especially in regards to reproductive health. It is evident that when reproductive health of an adolescent is not well managed, the future could present multiple challenges that could hinder the realization of the potential of the Individual girl Objectives: (1) to assess knowledge regarding reproductive health among adolescent girls. (2) To evaluate the effectiveness of planned teaching program. (3) To find out the association between pre-test knowledge score & demographic variables.
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A Study to assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Knowledge Regarding Pre-Menstrual Syndrome among the Adolescent Girls at Selected School in Rural Area

A Study to assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Knowledge Regarding Pre-Menstrual Syndrome among the Adolescent Girls at Selected School in Rural Area

tiredness, irritability, anxiety, headache, breast swelling, tenderness, craving for sweet or salty foods, constipation and skin acne. Good menstrual health encompasses personal hygiene, mental health, adequate nutrition and correct use of absorbents such as cloth or sanitary napkins. As health team members, nurses can make the adolescent girls aware about this. So that they will be in a better position to practice the hygienic ways

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A study to assess the effectiveness of aerobic dance movement therapy on anxiety level among adolescent girls at selected schools at Tiruvannamalai

A study to assess the effectiveness of aerobic dance movement therapy on anxiety level among adolescent girls at selected schools at Tiruvannamalai

Adolescent is an age of creativity, Idealism and adventure, if nurtured properly they can contribute eventually to themselves to become good individual or citizen for development of nation. Adolescence is a period of many critical transitions - physical, psychological, economic and social. Adolescents are full of energy, have significant drive and new ideas. They are a positive force for a nation and are responsible for its future productivity provided they develop in a healthy manner. Many mental health problems emerge in late childhood and early adolescence. Enhancing social skills, problem solving skills and self-confidence can help prevent mental health problems such as conduct disorders, anxiety, depression, and eating disorders as well as other risk behaviour. WHO( 2003)
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A study to assess the effectiveness of jacobson muscle relaxation therapy on premenstrual syndrome among adolescent girls in C.S.I. Girls Higher Secondary School at Madurai

A study to assess the effectiveness of jacobson muscle relaxation therapy on premenstrual syndrome among adolescent girls in C.S.I. Girls Higher Secondary School at Madurai

Marwa A. Mohamed et al. (2016), conducted a comparative study to assess the effectiveness of foot reflexology and relaxation training on premenstrual syndrome among adolescent females. 50 samples were selected for the study and they were randomly assigned in Group (A) and Group (B). Group (A) comprised of 25 samples who received foot reflexology in addition to relaxation training techniques twice a week for 8 weeks. Group (B) comprised of 25 samples, who received relaxation training techniques only twice a week for 8 weeks. Assessment of all subjects in both groups were carried out before and after the intervention program through heart rate, respiratory rate in addition to plasma cortisole level and daily symptoms report chart. The result showed a statistical highly significant decrease (p<0.001) in heart rate, respiratory rate, plasma cortisol level as well as daily symptoms report score in group (A) while there was a statistical significant decrease (p<0.05) in all variables in group (B).
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A study to assess the effectiveness of nutrient mixture on the level of haemoglobin among the adolescent girls with anemia at selected school, Thanjavur district.

A study to assess the effectiveness of nutrient mixture on the level of haemoglobin among the adolescent girls with anemia at selected school, Thanjavur district.

government High School. There were 17.5% girls were suffering from iron deficiency anemia. Among them 0.8% severe, 5.8% moderate and 10.9% were mild anemic. In this study 31.82% and 9.21% found anemic in joint and nuclear family. Most of anemic patients found in the family whose family member more WKDQ $ERXW DQHPLF DGROHVFHQWV ZHUH LGHQWLILHG ZKRVH IDPLO\¶V monthly income less than 6000 TK. AbRXW DQHPLF UHVSRQGHQW¶V SDUHQWV were illiterate. There was a strong relationship between BMI (Body Mass Index) and anemia. The P value of the association was 0.038 is statistically significant. Most of the respondents about 85.8% had no idea about iron deficiency anemia. Most of the anemic were found 5 days or more menstrual blood flow. All the anemic girls usually intake 5.21 mg irons per day that is not available to meet the daily requirement. So it is essential to increase awareness about taking more iron during adolescent period to reduce the prevalence of anemia.
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A comparative study to assess the effectiveness of acupressure vs reflexology on premenstrual syndrome among adolescent girls In selected schools at Erode,Tamilnadu.

A comparative study to assess the effectiveness of acupressure vs reflexology on premenstrual syndrome among adolescent girls In selected schools at Erode,Tamilnadu.

A cross sectional study was explored a Health related quality of life among adolescents with premenstrual disorders. Totally 602 adolescent school girls aged between 14 and 19 years were included in the study. Premenstrual disorders were collected by using International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV). Health-related quality of life was measured by using the Short Form Health Survey (SF-36). The result revealed that all students reported at least one premenstrual symptom. Of these, 224 (37.2%) met the diagnostic criteria for premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). Comparing the SF-36 scores between female students with and without PMDD, it was found that there were significant differences between these two groups in all measures (P < 0.001) except for physical functioning (P = 0.274). These differences were more evident on role emotional, role physical, social functioning and bodily pain. The findings showed that adolescents with premenstrual disorders suffer from poor health-related quality of life. In order to improve quality of life in female adolescents’ appropriate support should provided for this population especially for those who suffer from more severe premenstrual disorders. 130
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A study to assess the effectiveness of probiotic supplementation on level of anaemia among adolescent girls studying at selected school Tiruvannamalai

A study to assess the effectiveness of probiotic supplementation on level of anaemia among adolescent girls studying at selected school Tiruvannamalai

Sen A, et al., (2005) conducted a study to assess the physical work capacity and cognition of under privileged Anaemic adolescent school girls with regard to their haemoglobin status, physical work capacity and cognitive functions. Schoolgirls from four municipal primary schools in the age of 9 – 14 years were studied, haemoglobin of subjects was assessed using standard methods; physical work capacity using Modified Harvard’s Step test and cognitive functions using selected tests from the modified Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, suitably adapted for this group (n = 230), the significantly lower scores in digit span and visual memory test were seen in Anaemic compared to non-Anaemic girls at the level of (P<0.001). The study findings concludes that Anaemia adversely affect physical work capacity and cognition in young adolescent girls undergoing pubertal development. Further research should be conducted in both school and community based settings to cover non-school going children.
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A study to evaluate the effectiveness of drumstick leaves extract with amla powder on anemic status among adolecent girls at C.S.I. Ruth Illam for Girls Irungalur, Trichy District

A study to evaluate the effectiveness of drumstick leaves extract with amla powder on anemic status among adolecent girls at C.S.I. Ruth Illam for Girls Irungalur, Trichy District

A simple study was conducted a study to assess the effectiveness of nutritional intervention among women with anemia in Thiruvallur District total of 60 anemic adolescent girls aged 15-20 years. In which 30 anemia adolescent girls has control group. In pretest haemoglobin level was assessed. Interventions include Deworming, nutritional (iron rich) balls with vitamin “c’ rich food (guava) was administered for 30 days. The nutritional balls weighing 50 grams made up of Cowpea, Amaranth trusties, Roasted Bengal gram, Bajara, Gingly seeds and Jaggary. This ball gives 5.79 mg of iron and 100 grams of fresh guava contain 212 mgs of ascorbic acid. In post test the effect of nutritional intervention on the improvement of haemoglobin level was assessed among the women with anemia. Independent student “t” test was used to find out the effectiveness of nutritional intervention. The result showed that there was a reduction in the percentage level of 7-9 gms/dl in women from 30% to 3.3% and 60% to 86.7% in the range between 9-11 gms/dl in experimental group.(Dr. Jaya Mohanraj et.al., (2016)
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Effectiveness of information, education and communication package on knowledge and expressed practice regarding management of primary dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls

Effectiveness of information, education and communication package on knowledge and expressed practice regarding management of primary dysmenorrhea among adolescent girls

Adesola a J Sch Nurs. (2010) carried out study on Management of primary dysmenorrheal by school adolescents in ILE-IFE, Nigeria. He states that dysmenorrhea is a problem that girls and women face and often manage themselves with or without support from health professionals. Findings suggested that the adolescents had a knowledge deficit regarding menstruation and dysmenorrhea, 58% of respondents reported pain between face 4 and face 10 on the Faces Pain Scale and the majority used inappropriate methods to manage primary dysmenorrhea. School nurses are able to assist adolescents and their mothers in proper management of primary dysmenorrhea.
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Effectiveness of acupressure on reduction of nausea and vomiting among antenatal mothers in bensam hospital at kanyakumari district.

Effectiveness of acupressure on reduction of nausea and vomiting among antenatal mothers in bensam hospital at kanyakumari district.

Katz M.et al.,(2009) conducted a study to assess the effectiveness for nausea and vomiting of pregnancy. Participants n=150 were selected for the study one treatment group using an acupressure point (PC-6) and one sham control group using a placebo point. Intervention has lasted for six days. Data was collected by using assessment scale. Data was analyzed by using Analysis of variances. Researcher concluded that both groups improved significantly over time, but that nausea improved significantly more in the treatment group than in the sham control group (F1,58 = 10.4, P = .0021). The finding showed that acupressure at the PC-6 anatomical site is effective in reducing symptoms of nausea and frequency of vomiting in pregnant women.
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A Pre Experimental Study To Determine The Effectiveness Of Amla On Increasing The Hemoglobin Level Among Anaemic Adolescent Girls Studying In Selected College, At Kirumambakkam, Puducherry

A Pre Experimental Study To Determine The Effectiveness Of Amla On Increasing The Hemoglobin Level Among Anaemic Adolescent Girls Studying In Selected College, At Kirumambakkam, Puducherry

The main aim of the present study was to assess the effectiveness of amla on increasing the hemoglobin level among anaemic adolescent gilrs in selected college, at Kirumambakkam, Puducherry. The study samples were 50 anaemic adolescent girls selected from Sabari College of Nursing, Kirumambakkam by using convenient sampling technique non randomnly. The knowledge level was assessed regarding anaemia to anaemic adolescent girls. In pre-test, blood samples were sed on the hemoglobin level.100gm of amla was provided by the investigator for one month after breakfast and lunch. In post-test, blood samples were test values of hemoglobin, the pre test mean value of 9.97 and the post test mean value of hemoglobin is 10.71and the difference is 0.74 and the p value is < 0.001 and so it is highly significant. By providing amla the investigator proved the study is highly effective in the improvement of hemoglobin level among anaemic adolescent girls. Since the amla was effective in improving hemoglobin, it was also suggested to be continued in order to uplift the overall health of adolescent girls. Hence, it will help to reduce the incidence of anaemia
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A Study to evaluate the effectiveness of ginger tea in reducing primary dysmenorrhoea among adolescent girls in selected Government Higher Secondary Schools at Theni

A Study to evaluate the effectiveness of ginger tea in reducing primary dysmenorrhoea among adolescent girls in selected Government Higher Secondary Schools at Theni

Gumanga s.k. et.al.,(2010) conducted a longitudinal study to evaluate the effect of ginger tea on primary dysmenorrhoea among female students at a college in Iran. A randomized controlled pre and post test design was used. A total of 30 female students with primary dysmenorrhoea were selected by using simple random technique. The data was collected by using visual analogue scale to measure pain and to assess its effect.100ml of Ginger tea has given at four times per day for two days of menstruation. The study concluded that ginger tea 100ml can be an 85% effective nursing intervention for alleviating primary dysmenorrhoea and its effects lasts for 1hrs of intervention.
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