Randomized Controlled Study Model

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Abstract: Randomized Controlled Trial study on advanced delivery mechanism simulator with Parallel Group Design was used with 38 randomly selected B.Sc nursing students of Bombay Hospital College of Nursing, Indore. The outcome of interest was pragmatic, and superiority trial was done. Out of 40 eligible participants, 38 participants were enrolled, and 2weeks were taken for pre test assessment. Allocation Concealment was done by the assessor, 38 participants were randomly divided into experimental and control group, also it was a single blind trial. The total study period was decided for 4 weeks. In the 4th week performance assessment was done of experimental and control group students by checklist and results were analyzed . The data analysis…show more content…
Students are able to practice a procedure prior to performance on a live patient.
Improper maternal care during pregnancy and delivery is responsible for the staggering annual toll of more than half a million maternal deaths, roughly three quarters of all maternal deaths occur during delivery and in the immediate post-partum period.

Problem Statement
A randomized controlled superior trial study to determine the effectiveness of advanced delivery mechanism simulator compared with low cost delivery model on performance of spontaneous vaginal delivery among B.Sc nursing students.

Objectives
1. To assess the performance of spontaneous vaginal delivery among B.Sc nursing students of experimental and control group.
2. To evaluate the effectiveness of advanced delivery mechanism simulator training in performance of spontaneous vaginal delivery among experimental group.
3. To evaluate the effectiveness of low cost delivery model training in performance of spontaneous vaginal delivery among control group.
4. To determine that advanced delivery mechanism simulator is better than low cost delivery model in performance of spontaneous vaginal delivery among experimental group and control group.

Materials and
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For the first 1-week participants were given advanced delivery mechanism simulator training, for continuous 4 days, one hour fifteen minutes daily (15mts each student), in which 1 student was absent. For the 2-week the participants were asked to perform spontaneous vaginal delivery by advanced delivery mechanism simulator under supervision. For the 3-week the participants were asked to perform spontaneous vaginal delivery by advanced delivery mechanism simulator without supervision. In the 4-week performance assessment was done of 18 students by checklist and results were

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