DIABETES SELF MANAGEMENT DENGAN KEMAMPUAN SELF WOUND CARE PADA PASIEN DENGAN LUKA GANGREN DI KLINIK PANDAWA KEDIRI
Gangrene is a complication of Diabetes Mellitus that requires treatment. Patients can optimize Diabetes Self-management through self-wound care. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between Diabetes Self-management and the ability of self-wound care in patients with Gangrene wounds. This research design is a correlation analysis with a cross-sectional approach. The population was 20 respondents with the accidental sampling technique obtained a sample of 19 respondents. Research instruments Diabetes Self-management questionnaire and Self-wound care questionnaire. The results of this study indicate that most respondents (73.7%) have good Diabetes Self-management and most respondents (73.7%) have good Self-wound care. The results of Spearman's rho statistical test obtained a p-value: of 0.000 <0.05 which means that there is a relationship between Diabetes Self-management and Self-wound care ability in patients with gangrene wounds. Correlation value 0.729, the direction of the relationship is positive, meaning that the strength of the relationship is close to perfect. The ability to improve dietary control and compliance to routinely check blood sugar levels can improve diabetes self-management and improve self-wound care skills.
Keywords: Diabetes Self Management, Self Wound Care, Gangrene
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