Kegel and Urinary Bladder Training Exercise Program for Urinary Incontinent in Elderly Females at Na Tan Subdistrict, Tha Khantho District, Kalasin Province.
This study was a quasi-experimental research with one group pretest-posttest design in order to study comparative result using kegel and urinary bladder training exercise program for incontinent female elderly at Na Tan subdistrict, Tha Khantho district, Kalasin province. The sample was 32 elderly females selected by purposive sampling. The research tools included the kegel and urinary bladder training exercise program, time record form and frequency of kegel exercise and time of voiding, the knowledge test, the behavior evaluation of self-care, the severity of urinary incontinence record chart, and the satisfaction of the samples. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics such as frequency, percentage, average, and standard deviation, including inferential statistics by paired t-test; significant level at 0.05. The results revealed that: after the sample received program the level of knowledge and self-care behaviors were significantly higher than that of before received the program; (4.16 points, 95%CI: 3.60 - 4.71, p-value < 0.001) and (9.53 points, 95%CI: 8.34 - 10.73, p-value < 0.001), severity of the incontinent was significantly lower than that of before received the program; ( 0.50 points, 95%CI: 0.28 – 0.72, p-value < 0.001) and satisfaction was high. In summary, the key success factors were included the Kegel and Urinary bladder training exercise program which has follow a plan and oversee the evaluation and prospects are clearer understanding in their practice. They were satisfied with the project. The target groups are voluntarily modifying behavior and modify behavior.
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