Dukungan Keluarga Tentang Selfcare Terhadap Anggota Keluarga Penderita Luka Gangguan Diabetes Melitus Di Poli Bedah RSUD Leuwiliang Tahun 2021
Family Support on Selfcare on Family Members of People with Diabetes Mellitus Disorders at the Surgery Policy of Leuwiliang Hospital in 2021
Keywords:family support, selfcare, diabetes mellitus disorder
Introduction: Diabetes mellitus is a condition that is often experienced by diabetics. Wounds with diabetes mellitus are one of the dangerous complications of diabetes and need to be treated by doctors; therefore good family support is needed to motivate family members with diabetes mellitus disorders and good self-care so as not to experience complications. Family support about selfcare among family members regarding diabetes mellitus disorders at the surgery policy at Leuwiliang Hospital.
Methods: The research used was a descriptive correlation with a cross-sectional approach. The population in this study amounted to 160 people. Samples were taken using a simple random sampling technique on 48 patients with diabetes mellitus disorders. The instruments used are questionnaires and observation sheets.
Results: Data analysis used univariate and bivariate data using the Chi-Square test. The results of this study indicate that there is a relationship between family support (p-value = 0.001) with family members with diabetes mellitus. There is a relationship between selfcare (p-value = 0.000) and family members with diabetes mellitus. Of the 15 family members with wounds with diabetes mellitus who lack family support, 7 (14.6%) have wound regeneration. Of the 33 family members with diabetes mellitus who had good family support, there were 29 (60.4%). Of the 5 family members with diabetes mellitus who had poor selfcare, 2 (4.2%) had damaged tissue and wound regeneration. Of the 43 family members with diabetes mellitus who had good selfcare, 34 (70.8%) had healthy tissues.
Discussion: Perceptions of Family Support have a close relationship with Selfcare among Family Members of People with Diabetes Mellitus Disorders.
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