A STUDY TO ASSESS CLINICAL PARAMETERS OF COVID-19 AMONG ANTENATAL MOTHERS

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Sathiyabama. G, Ramya Bharathy. K

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Background: The present study was aim to assess the clinical parameters of COVID-19 among antenatal mothers at SMCH, Chennai.
Materials and Methods: the quantitative research approach and Non-experimental research design was adopted for present study. 60 antenatal mothers selected by purposive sampling technique. Structured questionnaire was used to collect the demographic variable and observation schedule to assess the leukocyte subset levels among antenatal mothers.
Results: the study outcome results identified that among 60 study participants The demographic variables age (χ2=8.750, p=0.013), residence (χ2=6.563, p=0.038), education (χ2=7.941, p=0.019) and occupation (χ2=8.594, p=0.014) had shown statistically significant association with Basophil among antenatal mother at p<0.05 level and the other demographic variables had not shown statistically significant association with Basophil among antenatal mother.
Conclusion: This study clearly infers that there was significant improvement was observed in the level of leukocyte subsets were less affected to the antenatal mothers used to provide preventive measures to the antenatal mothers.

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Ramya Bharathy. K, S. G. (2024). A STUDY TO ASSESS CLINICAL PARAMETERS OF COVID-19 AMONG ANTENATAL MOTHERS. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 85–88. Retrieved from http://obstetricsandgynaecologyforum.com/index.php/ogf/article/view/245
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