THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE INITIAL WOUND WITH THE WOUNDS LONG TREATMENT IN DIABETICUM PATIENTS AT CIBINONG HOSPITAL BOGOR
HUBUNGAN STADIUM LUKA AWAL DENGAN LAMA PERAWATAN LUKA PADA PASIEN ULKUS DIABETIKUM DI RSUD CIBINONG KABUPATEN BOGOR
Keywords:Wound Stage, the Length of Wound Care, Ulcus Diabeticum
According to the survey data of American Diabetes Association (ADA) in 2014, the global prevalence rate of DM patients in 2014 was 8,3% out of total population of the world, and it has increased to 387 cases in 2014. Sulistyowati, D. A. stated that in 2015 for the prevalence of the patients suffering from diabetic foot ulcer was 15% with the risk of amputation of 30%, mortality rate of 32%, and in Indonesia, diabetic foot ulcer is the disease whose probability to be hospitalized is 80%. This research aims at finding out the relation between the early wound stage and the length of wound care towards the patients of ulcus diabeticum at Cibinong General hospital in 2018. This study is a quantitative analytic research with the approach of cross sectional. The population of this research is 40 respondents, and the research sample is 40 respondents by taking the technique of Total Sampling. The data collection is derived from the observation sheet. Based on the research findings, it is known that 14 respondents (77.8%) who suffered from the stage I-II wound needed 3-5 day treatment. Moreover, 19 respondents (86,4%) who suffered from stage III-IV wound needed 6-8 day treatment. The result of statistical test by taking cremer von mises test derived the value p=0,000 meaning that p value <0,05 signifies Ha received. This indicates that there is a significant relation between the early wound stage and the length of wound care towards the patients of ulcus diabeticum. Result analysis also obtains the value OR of 22.167 meaning that the wound stage III-IV will have the possibility of influencing the length of wound care of 22.167 times compared to the stage I-II. There is a relation between the early wound stage and the length of wound care towards the patients of ulcus diabeticum at Cibinong General Hospital. This research finding is expected to be a recommendation for the patients suffering from ulcus diabeticum, particularly those who suffer from stage III-IV with a long wound care.