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RMJ. 2020; 45(2): 427-429


Validity and reliability of Pelvic organ prolapse simple screening inventory in women population of Faisalabad, Pakistan

Ifrah Mustafa, Ashfaq Ahmad, Umair Arshad, Anam Iftikhar, Huma Mehwish, Sadia Khan.

Abstract
Objective: To assess the validity and reliability of Pelvic Organ Prolapse Simple Screening Inventory (POPSSI) in women population.
Methodology: This cross sectional study was conducted on 100 undiagnosed woman of POP with age 30 and above. An informed consent was taken from all study participants. All questions in the questionnaire were validated through previous literature. Questionnaires was provided to the respondents. Data were saved in a secure place to avoid any biasness.
Results: Pelvic organ prolapsed simple screening inventory had (Cronbach’s alpha=0.753) indicating that it has a good internal reliability. It can be used as a screening tool for detecting pelvic organ prolapse.
Conclusion: Pelvic organ prolapsed simple screening inventory is valid and has good reliability of 0.753.

Key words: Pelvic organ prolapse (POP), Pelvic organ prolapse simple screening inventory (POPSSI), Urogenital prolapse.






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