Pre Elementary Study: Factors Related To Stroke in Semarang With Cohort Retrospective Approach
Suyanto, Moh Arifin Noor, Ahmad Ikhlasul Amal
Available Online November 2019.
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- Stroke, Vascular, Diabetes mellitus
- Stroke is a disease of vascular disorders. Many factors can contribute to stroke. These factors include gender, age, history of hypertension, and history of diabetes mellitus. This is a factor that influences the incidence of stroke. Method: Cohort retrospective method used of this study. The sample of all stroke patients who have been treated at RSISA in the last 6 months of 2017. There were 159 respondents involved using simple random sampling technique and the secondary data used in were medical records. Chi-square tests were used in this study. Result: Data analysis showed that 96 respondents (60.4%) were male, 89 respondents (56%) diabetes mellitus, 147 respondents (92.5%) hypertension, age mean 58.6 years ± (SD 10.8), and 118 respondents (74, 2%) non-hemorrhagic stroke. Chi-square results obtained p-value of sex> 0.05, hypertension> 0.05 and diabetes mellitus <0.05. Only diabetes mellitus is a factor that influences the occurrence of stroke. Discussion: Diabetes mellitus can accelerate the occurrence of blood vessel disorders in the brain. This will increase the risk of having stroke. Therefore, routine monitoring of sugar, physical activity, diet regulation and consumption of antihyperglicemic drugs in preventing complications of diabetes mellitus are needed.
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TY - CONF AU - Suyanto AU - Moh Arifin Noor AU - Ahmad Ikhlasul Amal PY - 2019/11 DA - 2019/11 TI - Pre Elementary Study: Factors Related To Stroke in Semarang With Cohort Retrospective Approach BT - 5th International Conference on Health Sciences (ICHS 2018) PB - Atlantis Press UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ichs-18.2019.40 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/ichs-18.2019.40 ID - Suyanto2019/11 ER -