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2015 / VOL-5,ISSUE 01,JANUARY -MARCH 2015

Study of awareness towards a more accepted invasive procedure, Transvaginal ultrasound during the first trimester of pregnancy in a rural setup

By  Adithi Shetty

Research Articles

Page:  1179-1181

Abstract

The objective of the present study is to assess women's experiences and attitude towards transvaginal Ultrasound in the first trimester of pregnancy in a rural background. Total of 100 women in their first trimester who attended the hospital clinics as Obstetric Outpatient were subjected to transvaginal Ultrasound and their perception regarding transvaginal ultrasound was assessed. Among the total agreed subjects for transvaginal ultrasound, the acceptability rate for a repeat procedure was as high as 82% which makes an acceptable and comfortable method amongst most of pregnant women and becomes less known area in the literatures regarding the perception of Trans Vaginal Sonography of first trimester pregnant among the rural patients in this part of globe and may be thought as an option to all in future.

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