Association of Functional Outcome and Post Stroke Depression Among Ischemic Stroke Patients After Three Months Onset : A Prelimenary Study

Handayani, Fitria and SETYOWATI, SETYOWATI and pudjanarko, dwi and Sakti, Hastaning and suprayatma, b and Adi, Mateus Sakundarno Association of Functional Outcome and Post Stroke Depression Among Ischemic Stroke Patients After Three Months Onset : A Prelimenary Study. Jurnal Keperawatan Soedirman .

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Abstract

The Post Stroke Depression (PSD) prevalence among stroke patients after three months onset was high. Functional Outcome influenced depression on stroke patient. This study aimed to investigate the correlation between these variables. This study was a correlational study. The participants were 44 ischemic stroke patients after three months onset, recruited in an outpatient unit. The tools were GRID-Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression 17 (GRID-HAMD 17) for PSD and Barthel Index (BI) for functional outcome. Data was examined using simple linier regression analyses. The prevalence of PSD was 56.82. The median of HAMD-GRID-17 was 10.38 ± 7.58, and Barthel Index was 69.56 ± 21.69. The Barthel Index showed a positive correlation with HAMD-GRID-17 (β= -.41 ρ=.006). The Functional Outcome influences PSD as many as 16.8 %. Correlation between Functional Outcome and PSD in ischemic stroke patients demonstrated a moderate association. Nursing intervention development that consists of functional outcome repairmen to reduce PSD among ischemic stroke patients should be aimed.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > B Philosophy (General)
B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions:Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
ID Code:80563
Deposited By:Ms Siti Yuanah Psikologi
Deposited On:15 Apr 2020 20:03
Last Modified:23 May 2020 20:39

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