Factors associated with nursing diagnosis parental deterioration in mothers up to 24 years of age during the first year of rearing.
AbstractIntroduction: At the present time the pregnancy in the young women is profiled as a problem in Latin America. There are many studies about gestation and the upbringing of the children of young mothers, but in Colombia there has not been yet one infirmary frame that specifically diagnoses the parental deterioration, the true relationship between mother-son and their influence in the presence of this diagnosis.
Objective: To establish associated factors to the nursing infirmary diagnosis altered parenting (NANDA 188.8.131.52.1) in mothers until 24 years old, during the first year of upbringing.
Materials and methods: It was a cross-sectional study in a sample of 240 women >24 years old that were in their first year of her last son’s upbringing. An instrument of 88 questions, as well as IPAA formats, self-esteem, social desires, and social support were applied; for the analysis of the information association measures OR and RR were also made through a bivaried analysis due to prevailing reasons and log binomial regression. The multivariable analysis was modelled with the logistical regression and RR was calculated according to Jun Zhang formula.
Results: A prevalence of 24.3% to the diagnosis was found and in the final model 6 protective factors and 7 of risk were identified.
Discussion: The main protective factor is the attendance to the prenatal controls and it became a fundamental tool, to decrease the parental deterioration diagnosis.
- Adolescent mothers
- Associated factors
- Nursing diagnosis
- Parental deterioration
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