Issue: 2019, Vol. 24, No. 2
SATISFACTION WITH MEDICAL AID QUALITY AND KNOWLEDGE LEVEL OF MOTHERS IN THE REHABILITATION OF INVALID CHILDREN WITH NERVOUS SYSTEM DISEASES CAUSED BY OUTCOMES OF PERINATAL LESION OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
- invalid children, outcomes of perinatal lesion of central nervous system, knowledge level, satisfaction, medical aid quality.
- Mothers’ satisfaction with medical aid rendered to their children is often depended on the coincidence of obtained and desired results. The desired efficacy of the treatment is mostly determined by parents’ knowledge level concerning their children diseases, prognosis and possible outcomes. And non-satisfaction of parents is allowed to play some negative role in children rehabilitation. Objective – to study parents’ satisfaction with medical aid quality and knowledge level in the sphere of rehabilitation of invalid infants with nervous system disease caused by outcomes of perinatal lesion of central nervous system. Material and methods. The study was performed in Ivanovo Research Institute of Maternity&Childhood after V.N.Gorodkov using the questionnaire developed by the section of children health prevention.103 mothers of invalid infants with nervous system diseases after perinatal lesion of central nervous system were enrolled in the study. Results and discussion. The inquiry demonstrated that 3,8% mothers of invalid infants were not satisfied with the quality of medical aid rendered, 40,6% respondents noted that they obtained necessary medical aid in full. The majority of these mothers (94,9%) confirmed the necessity of prevention measures which were performed in 56,4% invalid infants. 86,1 % of mothers considered that they had satisfactory knowledge about rehabilitation methods for invalid children with nervous system diseases after perinatal lesion of central nervous system. 86,9% of these mothers were satisfied with the results of the rehabilitation. The most part of the respondents marked that they would like to heighten their knowledge level concerning the education, somatic pathology prevention and rehabilitation of invalid children. Conclusion. The majority of invalid children parents understood own role in their children rehabilitation but for maximal effective participation in this process they needed additional information and aid from medical personnel.