GAMBARAN UPAYA PROMOTIF PEMELIHARAAN KESEHATAN PENYANDANG DIABETES MELITUS SELAMA PANDEMIC COVID 19-DI KABUPATEN ALOR

Wenigaty, Veronika Law (2020) GAMBARAN UPAYA PROMOTIF PEMELIHARAAN KESEHATAN PENYANDANG DIABETES MELITUS SELAMA PANDEMIC COVID 19-DI KABUPATEN ALOR. Skripsi-S1 thesis, Universitas Hasanuddin.

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ABSTRAK
Veronika law Wenigaty R011181724. GAMBARAN UPAYA PROMOTIF PEMELIHARAAN KESEHATAN PENYANDANG DIABETES MELITUS SELAMA PANDEMI COVID-19 DI KABUPATEN ALOR, dibimbing oleh Saldy Yusuf dan Titi Iswanti Afelya.
Latar belakang : Diabetes mellitus merupakan jenis penyakit menahun yang akan diderita seumur hidup oleh penderitanya bila tidak mendapat penanganan secara baik. Komplikasi yang ditimbulkan menjadikan diabetes mellitus sebagai penyakit penyerta yang menyebabkan tingginya angka kaparahan dan kematian pada masa pandemi covid-19 yang terjadi hampir di seluruh Negara di dunia.
Tujuan : mengetahui upaya promotif yang dilakukan perawat dalam pemeliharaan kesehatan penyandang diabetes mellitus selama masa pandemi di Kabupaten Alor.
Metode : Penelitian ini menggunakan metode penelitian deskriptif dan teknik sampling yaitu teknik total sampling dengan jumlah sampel 45 reponden.
Hasil : Hasil penelitian menunjukkan rata- rata responden berada pada usia dewasa awal 43 orang (95,6%), berjenis kelamin perempuan sebanyak 32 orang (71.1%), pendidikan DIII Kep sebanyak 31 orang ( 68,9%), lama bekerja > 3 tahun sebanyak 33 orang ( 73,4%), rata-rata belum pernah mengikuti pelatihan terkait DM 40 orang ( 88,9%), indikator edukasi 40% keatas responden menjawab dengan jawaban sering, indikator terapi nutrisi medis lebih dari 45% pasien menjjawab dengan jawaban selalu, indikator latihan jasmani 24 orang (53,3%) responden menjawab dengan jawaban sering, indicator terapi farmakologi 25 orang ( 55,6%) responden menjawab dengan jawaban selalu, indikator pemeliharaan kesehatan selama pandemi covid-19 lebih dari 70 % responden menjawab dengan jawaban selalu, pemeriksaan GDS dan HbA1c lebih dari 80% menjawab dengan jawaban Ya dan untuk indikator pemeriksaan GDS dan HbA1c terdapat 21 orang (46,2%) menjawab dengan jawaban tidak pernah.
Kesimpulan : Penelitian ini memperlihatkan bahwa pemeliharaan kesehatan penyandang diabetes mellitus dalam pelaksaanan 4 pilar DM terlaksana dengan baik dan secara berkelanjutan selama masa pandemi. Untuk pemeriksaan rutin GDS dan HbA1c selalu rutin dilakukan akan tetapi, hasil wawancara langsung yang dilakukan oleh peneliti via telepon didapatkan hampir seluruh responden tidak mengetahui perbedaan pemeriksaan GDS dan HbA1c hal ini dapat di lihat dari tabel 5.7. Sehingga diharapkan, petugas kesehataan pemegang program prolanis terkait dengan DM dapat mendapatkan kesempatan untuk mengikuti pelatihan- pelatihan yang diadakan.
Kata kunci : upaya promotif, penyandang diabetes mellitus, Covid-19
Kepustakaan: 45 kepustakaan

ABSTRACT
Veronika Law Wenigaty. R011181724. DESCRIPTION OF PROMOTIVE EFFORTS FOR THE HEALTH CARE OF PERSONS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN ALOR DISTRICT, supervised by Saldy Yusuf and Titi Iswanti Afelya.
Background : Diabetes mellitus is a type of chronic disease that the sufferer will suffer for life if not treated properly. The complications that arise make diabetes mellitus a comorbid disease that causes high rates of bleeding and mortality during the Covid-19 pandemic that occurred in almost all countries in the world.
Objective : to know the promotional efforts made by nurses in health care for people with diabetes mellitus during the pandemic period in Alor Regency
Method : This study uses descriptive research methods with total sampling technique. Sample size : 45 respondents
Result: The average respondents were 43 people (95.6%) in early adulthood, 32 women (71.1%), 31 people (68.9%) of diploma of nursing, long working> 3 years as many as 33 people (73.4%), on average they have never attended training related to DM 40 people (88.9%), educational indicators 40% and over respondents answered with frequent answers, indicators of medical nutrition therapy more than 45% of patients answered with always answers, physical exercise indicators 24 people (53.3%) respondents answered with frequent answers, indicators of pharmacological therapy 25 people (55.6%) respondents answered always, indicators of health care during the Covid-19 pandemic were more than 70% of respondents answer always,Examination of GDS and HbA1c, more than 80% answered yes and for the indicators of GDS and HbA1c examination, 21 people (46.2%) answered never.
Conclusion: This study shows that health care for people with diabetes mellitus in the implementation of the 4 pillars of DM is carried out well and sustainably during the pandemic. For routine examinations of GDS and HbA1c it is always routine, however, the results of direct interviews conducted by researchers via telephone found that almost all respondents did not know the difference between GDS and HbA1c examinations, this can be seen from table 5.7. So it is hoped that health officers who hold prolanis programs related to DM can get the opportunity to take part in the trainings that are being held.
Keywords : promotive efforts, people with diabetes mellitus, Covid-19
Literature sources: 45 literature

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi, Tesis, Disertasi) (Skripsi-S1)
Subjects: R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine
R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine > RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions (Program Studi): Fakultas Keperawatan > Keperawatan
Depositing User: wahyuni aras
Date Deposited: 18 Dec 2020 06:40
Last Modified: 18 Dec 2020 06:40
URI: http://repository.unhas.ac.id/id/eprint/1526

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