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Estrategia educativa multimedial para promover la salud bucal en mujeres gestantes y sus hijos
Ortiz López H. A, Patiño Zorilla, D. y Lizarazo, L.(2019). Estrategia educativa multimedial para promover la salud bucal en mujeres gestantes y sus hijos [Tesis de Pregrado]. Universidad Santo Tomás, Bucaramanga, Colombia
reponame:Repositorio Institucional Universidad Santo Tomás
instname:Universidad Santo Tomás
Ortiz López, Hugo Alfredo
Patiño Zorilla, Daniela
During the gestational period, the woman undergoes physical and psychological changes that tend to change habits, for this reason this population is more susceptible to suffer some oral disease, which can affects the fetus and the pregnant woman. Education counteracts this, because is a fundamental pillar for the prevention of diseases and improves habits, this study tries to improve habits and prevent oral diseases in pregnant women through multimedial education of easy access. Objective: Evaluate the impact of a multimedia educational material on knowledge in oral health of pregnant women in Bucaramanga who attend coopmultiflor in the first period of 2019. Material and methods: This study is a community trial, which was composed of pregnant women, who went to COOPMULTIFLOR during the first period of the year 2019. Two groups were formed, one with face-to-face education with the help of a primer and another group with to the multimedia material was implemented. Results: The 87.5% of pregnant women in the multimedia material group reported knowing what dental caries is. Before the intervention 64.2% of the group pregnant women, went to the dentist once during the pregnancy, after the intervention 84.6% of the group pregnant women went to the dentist once during the pregnancy, evidencing a improvement in dental care during pregnancy, comparing the before and after. Conclusion: The knowledge of pregnant women about oral health, had a slight improvement in both the group of multimedia material and primer, showing that health education programs lead to improve knowledge, habits and perceptions in the population .