Deddi Haryono, Deddi
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HUBUNGAN KEPATUHAN DIET PASIEN DM DENGAN PROSES PENYEMBUHAN LUKA GANGREN Haryono, Deddi
2-TRIK: TUNAS-TUNAS RISET KESEHATAN Vol 9, No 1 (2019): FEBRUARI 2019
Publisher : WAHANA RISET KESEHATAN

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Diabetes Mellitus diet adherence is a diet obedience of diabetic patients in consuming daily food and beverages in order to maintaining health and speeding the wound healing process. The diet consist of 3J which are tepat Jadwal (appropriate schedule), tepat Jenis (appropriate variety), and tepat Jumlah (appropriate quantity). This research aims to determine the correlation between diabetic patients adherence diet to gangrene healing process at the surgical clinic, RSUD Dr. Sayidiman Magetan. The research design of this study used correlation research with a retrospective approach. The sample of this study were 21 respondents, which observerd by Accidental Sampling technique. The measuring instrument were questionnaires and wound observation sheet. The data analyzed using Gamma statistic test with degree of significance α = 0,05. The results showed that correlation between diabetic patient diet adherence and wound healing process obtained coefficient r = 0, 641 with significance or p = 0,005. It means that the patients diet adherence has a relation to wound healing process. The coefficient of this research was r = 0.641, with the correlation closeness 0.60-0.799, it means that the relationship of diabetic patient diet adherence and wound healing process is strong. The patients with low adherence diet, though wound healing process near to recovery, it could be affected by good patients’ psycholog condition and adhere to consuming drug routinely based on the rules and also routinely control their health The conclusion of this study proves there is a positive correlation between diabetic diet adherence and gangrene wound healing process, where, if diabetic patients obey to their diet more obedient, the wound healing process will improve (heal).