publication . Article . 2014

Intimate Partner Violence Against Pregnant Women: Study About The Repercussions On The Obstetric And Neonatal Results

Driéli Pacheco Rodrigues; Flávia Azevedo Gomes-Sponholz; Juliana Stefanelo; Ana Márcia Spanó Nakano; Juliana Cristina dos Santos Monteiro;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2014 Journal: issn: 1980-220X, Copyright policy
  • Publisher: Universidade de São Paulo, Escola de Enfermagem
Abstract
This observational, descriptive and analytic study aimed to identify the prevalence of IPV cases among pregnant women and classify them according to the type and frequency; identify the obstetric and neonatal results and their associations with the intimate partner violence (IPV) occurrence in the current pregnancy. It was developed with 232 pregnant women who had prenatal care at a public maternity hospital. Data were collected via structured interview and in the patients’ charts and analyzed through the statistic software SAS® 9.0. Among the participants, 15.5% suffered IPV during pregnancy, among that 14.7% suffered psychological violence, 5.2% physical viole...
Subjects
free text keywords: Maternal and child health, RT1-120, Pregnancy, Violencia contra la mujer, Nursing, Violence against women, Maltrato conyugal, Spouse abuse, Salud materno-infantil, Embarazo, Enfermería materno-infantil, Maternal-child nursing
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publication . Article . 2014

Intimate Partner Violence Against Pregnant Women: Study About The Repercussions On The Obstetric And Neonatal Results

Driéli Pacheco Rodrigues; Flávia Azevedo Gomes-Sponholz; Juliana Stefanelo; Ana Márcia Spanó Nakano; Juliana Cristina dos Santos Monteiro;