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    A clinical study of the rate of episiotomy and perineal outcomes after delivery 

    Phat Prapawichar (Assumption University Press, 2016)

    Episiotomy is widely performed as a 'routine' procedure during childbirth. The potential benefits for the use of the episiotomy include the prevention of severe perineal lacerations and pelvic floor relaxation. Evidently, episiotomy procedure may increase the likelihood of severe perineal pain, healing outcomes, and third or fourth degree tears. In spite of all these factors this procedure still remains a clinical practice and as part of normal delivery. The aim of this study was to investigate the rate of episiotomy and perineal outcomes a...
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    ABAC GSB freshmen's perceptions on expected performance dimensions and learning preferences: implications to curriculum, instruction, and institution development 

    Chavez, Gloria S.; Kim, Seongdok; Tayko, Perla Rizalina M.; Kitti Phothikitti (Assumption University Press, 2016)

    This research aims to build comprehensive student profiles to identify perceptions and expectations of the students enrolled in the Master programs of the Graduate School of Business (GSB) at Assumption University of Thailand. The main purpose is to establish curriculum and instructional links between what is offered and what students perceived as relevant learning experiences in the program and contribute towards increased student satisfaction in their master degree education. Self-administered questionnaires were collected from 379 incoming...

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