Impact of educational preeclampsia prevention booklet on knowledge and adherence to low dose aspirin among pregnant women with high risk for preeclampsia

Karunia, Rella Indah and Purnamayanti, Anita and Prasetyadi, Frans O.H. (2020) Impact of educational preeclampsia prevention booklet on knowledge and adherence to low dose aspirin among pregnant women with high risk for preeclampsia. Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology, 30 (6). ISSN 2191-0286

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Abstract

Abstract: Background: Postpartum bleeding and pregnancy induced hypertension–including preeclampsia–remain to be a great cause of maternal mortality. The use of aspirin for preventing preeclampsia has been practiced recently by fetomaternal specialists in Indonesia. This study aimed to analyze the impact of education using an aspirin booklet provided by pharmacists on knowledge and adherence in taking aspirin among pregnant women with high risk for preeclampsia. Methods: This was one group of pretest-posttest study. We enrolled all pregnant women with high risk for preeclampsia screened at 11+0–13+6 weeks’gestation at Fetomaternal Clinic, Dr. Ramelan Naval Hospital, Surabaya.Allsubjects prescribed with low-dose aspirin(100mg)for preeclampsia prevention received oral and written education using the aspirin booklet and had been followed up for 2 months.Knowledge about aspirin for preeclampsia prevention was measured by a validated questionnaire developed for this study. Adherence to aspirin was measured by pillcount method. Results:A total of 12 pregnant women with high risk for preeclampsia were included during the study period. This study showed a statistically significant difference on knowledge of preeclampsia prevention before and after receiving oral and written education using aspirin booklet(p-value=0.020),as well as aspirin adherence (p-value=0.011). Conclusion: The use of oral education and written aspirin booklet provided by pharmacists had impact on knowledge of preeclampsia prevention and adherence in taking aspirin among pregnant women with high risk for preeclampsia.We recommend to conduct randomized control study of adequate number of subjects. Keywords:educational booklet,knowledge,low dose aspirin adherence,pharmacist,preeclampsia prevention

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: educational booklet, knowledge, low dose aspirin adherence, pharmacist, preeclampsia prevention
Subjects: R Medicine > RG Gynecology and obstetrics
Divisions: Faculty of Pharmacy > Department of Pharmacy
Depositing User: Anita Purnamayanti Rahman 202021
Date Deposited: 09 Mar 2020 06:36
Last Modified: 24 Mar 2021 16:21
URI: http://repository.ubaya.ac.id/id/eprint/37581

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