Effects of Support Interventions in Women Hospitalized With Preterm Labor

@article{Kao2019EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of Support Interventions in Women Hospitalized With Preterm Labor},
  author={Mei-Hua Kao and Pi-Feng Hsu and Sheng-Fang Tien and Chie-Pein Chen},
  journal={Clinical Nursing Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={28},
  pages={726 - 743}
}
This study was to examine the effects of support interventions on anxiety, depression, and quality of life in women hospitalized with preterm labor. A randomized, single-blind experimental design was used. Participants were recruited from maternity wards of one medical center in Taiwan. The control group (n = 103) received routine nursing care, and intervention group (n = 140) received interventional support during hospitalization. The Beck Anxiety Inventory, Edinburgh Postnatal Depression… CONTINUE READING
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