Relationship with Physical Suffering, Emotional State, and Nursing Needs of Pregnant Women in Preterm Labor

@article{Go2009RelationshipWP,
  title={Relationship with Physical Suffering, Emotional State, and Nursing Needs of Pregnant Women in Preterm Labor},
  author={JeongLee Go and Kyunghee Kim and Soon-Gyo Yeoum},
  journal={Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing},
  year={2009},
  volume={15},
  pages={280-293}
}
Purpose: This study was to identify the relationship between physical suffering, emotional state, and nursing needs of pregnant women in preterm labor and the difference depending on general characteristics. Methods: The participants in this descriptive survey, selected by convenience sampling, were... 

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