Yıl 2018, Cilt 3, Sayı 1, Sayfalar 28 - 32 2018-04-19

Role of mother education level in delivery method preference
Doğum yöntemi tercihinde anne eğitim düzeyinin rolü

Cuneyt Ardic [1]

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Introduction: Cesarean section rate (CS) has increased to 15.5% in 2012 while it was 12% in 2000s, in general. Information during these follow-ups is very important for pregnant women to decide on delivery method. Another aspect that affects women’s delivery method is the education level. The objective of this study is to investigate the effect of education level on delivery method for pregnant women.

Method: This descriptive study was carried out by the participation of 500 pregnant women who were regularly followed in Family Physician Polyclinic in Rize between January 2016 and December 2017. Each pregnant woman was followed up in Family Health Center at least 4 times during pregnancy. Methods of delivery of pregnants participating in the study were determined, and the factors affecting them were investigated with appropriate statistical methods.

Results: Of 500 pregnant women included in the study, 254 (50.8%) women were between the ages of 20-35 and the majority (n=282; 56.4%) were primary and secondary school graduates. 52 (10.4%) of the mothers were smoking while 104 (20.8%) mothers were working at any job. The mean age of the mothers participating to study is 28.8±9.8. No correlation was found between the delivery method and age groups. (p=0.651) Patients were divided into three groups as primary and secondary school graduates, high school graduates and university graduates according to the education level. University and higher education group was significantly choosing cesarean section more than primary school graduates groups. (p=0.021)

Conclusion: In this study carried out in Turkey, where cesarean section is performed in the world at most, we have figured out that there is a relation between high education level and socio-economic status of pregnant women and cesarean delivery preference.

Giriş: Genel olarak, dünyada sezeryan oranı (CS) 2000 li yıllarda % 12 iken 2012'de % 15,5'e yükseldi. Gebe kadınların doğum yöntemine karar vermesinde  izlemler sırasında yapılan bilgilendirmeler önem taşımaktadır. Kadınların doğum yöntemini etkileyen bir başka durum ise gebe kadınların eğitim durumudur. Bu çalışmanın amacı gebe kadınlarda eğitim düzeyinin doğum yöntemine etkisini araştırmaktır.

Yöntem: Tanımlayıcı tipteki bu araştırma Rize ilinde Aile Hekimliği polikliniğinde 2016 Ocak ayı ile 20017 Aralık ayları arasında düzenli takipleri yapılan 500 gebenin katılımı ile yapılmıştır. Her bir gebenin takibi gebeliği boyunca en az 4 kez Aile Sağlı Merkezinde yapılmıştır. Çalışmaya katılan gebelerin doğum yöntemleri belirlenerek buna etki eden faktörler uygun istatistiksel yöntemlerle araştırılmıştır.

Bulgular: Çalışmaya alınan 500 gebenin 254 (%50,8) i 20-35 yaş aralığında olup çoğunluğu (n=282; %56,4) ilk-orta öğrenim mezunudur. Çalışmaya katılan annelerin 52 (%10,4) si sigara kullanırken 104 (%20,8) ü herhangi bir işte çalışmaktaydı. Çalışmaya katılan annelerin ortalama yaşı 28,8±9,8 dir. Doğum yöntemi ile yaş grupları arasında bir ilişki saptanmamıştır. (p=0,651) Eğitim durumlarına hastalar ilk ve orta öğretim,lise ve üniversite olmak üzere 3 gruba ayrıldı. Üniversite ve üstü mezun grup ilköğretim mezun gruba göre anlamlı derecede daha fazla sezeryanla doğum yöntemini seçmekteydi (p=0,021).

Sonuç: Dünyada sezeryanla doğumun en çok yapıldığı ülke olan Türkiye de yaptığımız çalışmada gebe eğitim düzeyinin yüksek olması ve sosyo-ekonomik durumun yüksek olmasını sezeryan doğum tercihi ile ilişkili bulduk.

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Yayımlanma Tarihi Apr 2018
Dergi Bölümü Araştırma Makalesi (Original Article)
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Orcid: 0000-0001-8018-9314
Yazar: Cuneyt Ardic (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Recep Tayyip Erdogan University, School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Rize
Ülke: Turkey


Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { fppc382429, journal = {FAMILY PRACTICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE}, issn = {2458-8865}, eissn = {2459-1505}, address = {SERNEV}, year = {2018}, volume = {3}, pages = {28 - 32}, doi = {10.22391/fppc.382429}, title = {Role of mother education level in delivery method preference}, key = {cite}, author = {Ardic, Cuneyt} }
APA Ardic, C . (2018). Role of mother education level in delivery method preference. FAMILY PRACTICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE, 3 (1), 28-32. DOI: 10.22391/fppc.382429
MLA Ardic, C . "Role of mother education level in delivery method preference". FAMILY PRACTICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE 3 (2018): 28-32 <http://www.fppc.com.tr/issue/36461/382429>
Chicago Ardic, C . "Role of mother education level in delivery method preference". FAMILY PRACTICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE 3 (2018): 28-32
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