The Efficacy of Self-Tub Moh Kleua Invention in Postpartum Women

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Rassamee Suknarin


The aimed of this research was created, developed, and evaluated efficacy Self-Tub Moh Kleua innovation in postpartum women. The sampling was 30 postpartum women who just delivered a child with normal delivery in 7–10 days and stayed in Wong Tong district, Phitsanulok province, Thailand. The instruments was Handbook, Self-Tub Moh Kleua Innovation,  personality and evaluation innovation questionnaire, statistic analyzing by number, percent, average, standard deviation and paired t-test. The results showed that most of sample were about 15–19 years old and graduated from high school, occupation as a housewife, salary 5,000–10,000 Bath/month, most of them were the first time for postpartum women and they have never been taken care by Thai Tradition Medicine. The efficacy of Self-Tub Moh Kleua showed that the total score were high level (x̄ = 4.23). By item founded that the style is the highest score, following value and quality (x̄ = 4.62, 4.55 and 4.46). The sub-item, it can every time is the highest score, following safety to use and style (x̄ = 4.83, 4.80 and 4.70) The efficacy results with comparing between before and after using this innovation for three day showed that  Self-Tub Moh Kleua have effect decreased level of  pelvic pain, muscle pain and   amount of lochia significantly (p < 0.05) but effect to decreased of high of fundus only the third day after used and this innovation did not decreased of waist, hip, and thigh in all 3 days. However, the result of this research cannot said that decreased high of fundus and amount of lochia affect from using Self-Tub Moh Kleua Innovation because this kind of research had no control in all action and lack of controlling from random sampling.


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