Knowledge Attitudes and Perceptions of Preeclampsia Among First Generation Nigerian Women in the United States

Author: Dr. Christine Okpomeshine
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
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Category : Education
Pages : 116
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This study contributes to positive social change by bringing awareness of preeclampsia, risk factors, and the need for early recognition and prompt treatment to first-generation Nigerian women living in the United States. Although numerous studies have documented the need for early recognition and treatment of preeclampsia to attain a good prognosis, first-generation Nigerian women living in the United States tend to seek obstetrical care after the first trimester (twelve weeks), by which time prompt recognition may be missed.
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Knowledge, Attitudes, and Perceptions of Preeclampsia Among First-Generation Nigerian Women in the United States
Language: en
Pages: 116
Authors: Dr. Christine Okpomeshine
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-01-09 - Publisher: Trafford Publishing

This study contributes to positive social change by bringing awareness of preeclampsia, risk factors, and the need for early recognition and prompt treatment to first-generation Nigerian women living in the United States. Although numerous studies have documented the need for early recognition and treatment of preeclampsia to attain a good prognosis, first-generation Nigerian women living in the United States tend to seek obstetrical care after the first trimester (twelve weeks), by which time prompt recognition may be missed.
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Perceptions of Preeclampsia Among First-Generation Nigerian Women in the United States
Language: en
Pages: 116
Authors: Christine Okpomeshine
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-01 - Publisher: Trafford on Demand Pub

This study contributes to positive social change by bringing awareness of preeclampsia, risk factors, and the need for early recognition and prompt treatment to first-generation Nigerian women living in the United States. Although numerous studies have documented the need for early recognition and treatment of preeclampsia to attain a good prognosis, first-generation Nigerian women living in the United States tend to seek obstetrical care after the first trimester (twelve weeks), by which time prompt recognition may be missed.