ESC Congress Library. Grujic Z.
May 10, 2018; 208110
Prof. Dr. Zorica Grujic
Prof. Dr. Zorica Grujic
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Objectives: The aim of this study was to determine the number of born and desired children, use of contraception as family planning measure, the frequency of using a women's health care, as well as to propose measures for raising the level of awareness and knowledge in the field of family planning in the examined health centers.  Methods: The investigation encompassed 300 patients (100 patients from each center: health centers at Temerin, Mali Iđoš and Žitište) of the generative age. The patients answered to the anonymous questionnaire containing 24 questions by underlying one of the offered answers or wrote an answer where needed. The results were compared between the examined health centers. Results: The average age of the examined patients was 30,35 years and  61,6% of them completed secondary education, while 26,33% of total number were house wifes. 85,66% of them were married while 2,66% were divorced. One half of investigated patients did not use contraceptive devices. 32,66% of the patients visiting the health centers for the control of their pregnancies, 26,33% for the treatment of diseases, 11,33% for contraception advising, 2,66% for the treatment of infertility and 27,33% for other reasons. More than half of the examined patients thought that the work of the health centers needs to be improved. The suggestions of 74,66% of the patients comprised organized lectures on different type of health care and family planning associated with the purchase of modern equipment for diagnostics (13,33%).  Conclusion: The primary health care has a significant place in the process of reproduction of the population and these results point to the necessity of its more active role in improvement of the women's health as well as in implementation of the measures of population policy.
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