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TAF Prev Med Bull. 2007; 6(5): 336-340


The Concistency of the 15-49 Aged Women Monitoring Records and the Factors that Affect this Consistency in the no 4 Health Center District in Manisa

Nasır Nesanır*, Ahmet Sabri Alper, Serdar İpek, Berna Akovalı, Hatice Yılmaz, Nimet Pınar Baysan, Erhan Eser.


Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determinate the consistency of the 15-49 aged women’s heath measures with the information obtained from the women’s monitoring records and the factors of women that effect this consistency in the no 4 health center district in Manisa The total population of the 15-49 aged married women in the district were 1380. Simple random cluster sampling approach was used for the selection of the 224 women study sample. 199 women were reached. Data were collected from residents of 198 randomly selected married and 15-49 aged women with a structured questionnaire. 47.9 percent of women beared at leasts one 0-59 months children and 43.4 percent of the women were either illiterate or educated less than 5 years. Of the 40.4 percent of women declared that the income level was perceived less than expenditures. The presence of the reproductive aged women monitoring cards was 74.7%. Among those who has been monitored (presence of monitoring cards), the percentage of agreement between card information and the real situation in regard to risk degree was only 33.1%. The percentages of agreement were 66.2 and 66.5 for reproductive story index and current family planning method. On the other hand the rate of agreement were very poor among high risk group. There are problems in the monitaring carts of the women aged 15-49.

Key words: The women aged 15-49, health center

Article Language: Turkish English






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