STUDI KOMPARASI ANKLE BRACHIAL INDEX (ABI) ANTARA PENDERITA DIABETES MELITUS (DM) DENGAN ULKUS DAN NON ULKUS

Triono, Didit and Safitri D K, Niken (2019) STUDI KOMPARASI ANKLE BRACHIAL INDEX (ABI) ANTARA PENDERITA DIABETES MELITUS (DM) DENGAN ULKUS DAN NON ULKUS. Undergraduate thesis, Medicine Faculty.

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Comparative Study of Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) Between Diabetes Patients with Ulcer and Diabetes Patients Without Ulcer xvi + 74 Pages + 12 tables + 6 Images + 14 Attachments. Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) is a non-invasive examination of the blood vessels to detect a decrease in peripheral perfusion that can risk diabetic neuropathy. The aim of this research was to compare ABI in diabetes patients with ulcers and diabetes patient without ulcer. This was a comparative study with a cross-sectional approach. Sample was consecutively determined in two groups, with ulcer and without ulcer, each 30 respondents. A vascular doppler, aneroid spigmomanometers, demographic data questionnaires, and observation sheets was used to collect data in this research. SPSS for Windows software was used to analyze the data, either univariate or bivariate. The univariate consist of frequency distribution and mean central tendencies, while bivariate analysis used independent t-tests. The results showed that both the group of respondents with ulcers and non ulcers, more respondents who had been in the study 41-60 years old (56.7%; 63.3%). The right and left ABI value of mean in patients with DM a mild ischemic ulcer (0.84 and 0.86), while in patients with without ulcer diabetes Normal (0.95 and 0.97). The independent t-test shows P-value = 0.04 for the right ABI and P-value = 0.04 for the left ABI, which means there is a significant difference in the value of ABI among patients with DM ulcers and without ulcers. Advice from the study of early examination of ABI in patients with DM to prevent the occurrence of ulcer complications. Keywords: Ankle Brachial Index, DM without ulcer, DM with ulcer Bibliography: 56 (2004-2019)

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RZ Other systems of medicine
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
ID Code:73559
Deposited By:Mr Bekti Iskandar
Deposited On:14 Nov 2019 10:07
Last Modified:14 Nov 2019 10:07

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