Outcome of Breast Cancer Surgery in a Selected Specialized Hospital in Dhaka City, Bangladesh
Cancer Research Journal
Volume 5, Issue 3, May 2017, Pages: 20-23
Received: Nov. 14, 2017;
Accepted: Nov. 24, 2017;
Published: Jan. 4, 2018
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Mahabuba Afrin, Intensive Care Unit, Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College & Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Md Nahid Uz Zaman, Department of Casualty, Rajshahi Medical College Hospital, Rajshahi, Bangladesh
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This descriptive type of cross sectional study was conducted to Outcome of breast cancer surgery in a selected specialized hospital in Dhaka city with a sample size of 120. It was found that most of the participants in age group 41-55 years 74.2% followed by >55 years 13.3%, <6.7 years 6.7% and 26-40 years 5.8% respectively with Mean age 48.36 ± 9.089 years. Revealed that half of the respondents (52.5%) educational level were secondary followed by 20.8% were higher secondary, 15% were primary, 6.7% were graduate & above and only 5% were illiterate respectively. Most of the respondents (80%) occupations were housewife and rests of them 20% were service/ employee respectively. It was found that 63.3% monthly family income of the respondents were BDT 15001-30000 belonged to 22.5% were BDT 30001-45000, 10.8% were <15000 and 3.3% were >45000 respectively. Showed that most of the respondents (77.5%) had mental stress and rest of them 22.5% did not. Revealed that most of the respondents (79.2%) breastfeed all the child were all children and rest of them 20.8% were maximum child respectively. Showed that most of the respondents (80%) were thinking have financial problem and rest of them 20% been done not. Revealed that half of the respondents (56.7%) were did not breast biopsy or surgery and rest of them 43.3% were had. A highly significant association between age and socio-demographic of the respondents (P value= 0.000). Showed that there is a significant association between occupation and socio-demographic of the respondents (P value= 0.003).
Outcome, Breast Cancer, Surgery, Dhaka City, Bangladesh
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