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Title: Survei Kualitas Hidup dan Aktivitas Fisik pada Individu dengan Penyakit Jantung Koroner di Salatiga
Authors: Prabowo, Lewa
Keywords: penyakit jantung koroner;kualitas hidup;aktivitas fisik
Issue Date: 10-Aug-2020
Abstract: Penyakit jantung koroner (PJK) dikategorikan sebagai salah satu penyakit yang penyebabkan kematian terbesar di dunia. Aktivitas fisik merupakan setiap pergerakan tubuh yang dihasilkan oleh otot rangka yang mengeluarkan energy. Kualitas hidup didefinisikan sebagai persepsi individu mengenai posisinya yang hidup dalam konteks budaya dan sistem nilai dimana individu hidup, dan hubungannya terkait dengan tujuan, harapan, standar yang ditetapkan dan menjadi perhatian seseorang. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui kualitas hidup dan aktivitas fisik penderita penyakit jantung koroner di RSUD Kota Salatiga. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode survei, pengambilan data dilakukan di Salatiga dan diambil saat responden sudah bersedia untuk mengisi informed consent. Dengan populasi penderita penyakit jantung koroner di Salatiga dan sampel pada penelitian ini diambil dengan dengan teknik sampling purposive sampling dengan kriteria : berusia diatas 50 tahun dan di bawah 80 tahun, terdiagnosa mengidap penyakit jantung koroner di RSUD Kota Salatiga, jenis kelamin laki-laki, berdomisili di Kota Salatiga dan, bersedia menjadi responden dibuktikan dengan mengisi informed consent. Metode pengambilan data kualitas hidup dilihat dengan menggunakan kuesioner Short From 36 Health Survey dan aktivitas fisik dilihat dengan menggunakan kuesioner Physical Activity Questionare (GPAQ) dan analisis datanya akan menggunakan univariate yang akan dijelaskan secara deskriptif. Hasil penelitian didapatkan hasil sebanyak 16 responden (36%) melakukan aktivitas fisik rendah, sebanyak 20 responden (45%) melakukan aktivitas fisik sedang, dan sebanyak 8 responden (18%) melakukan aktivias fisik berat. Kualitas hidup responden baik dengan rata-rata semua komponen menunjukan skor melebihi angka normatif yaitu 87 untuk komponen fisik dan 78 untuk komponen mental.
Coronary heart disease (CHD) is categorized as one of the diseases that cause the greatest death in the world. Physical activity is every movement of the body produced by skeletal muscle that releases energy. Quality of life is defined as an individual's perception of his position that lives in the cultural context and value system in which the individual lives, and his relationship is related to the goals, expectations, standards set and of one's concern. This study aims to determine the quality of life and physical activity of patients with coronary heart disease in Salatiga City Hospital. This study used a survey method, data collection was carried out in Salatiga and taken when the respondent was willing to fill in informed consent. With a population of coronary heart disease patients in Salatiga and samples in this study were taken with a purposive sampling technique with criteria: aged over 50 years and under 80 years, diagnosed with coronary heart disease in Salatiga City Hospital, male sex, domiciled in Salatiga City and, being willing to become a respondent is proven by filling in informed consent. Methods of collecting quality of life data were seen using the Short From 36 Health Survey questionnaire and physical activity was seen using the Physical Activity Questionnaire (GPAQ) questionnaire and data analysis would use univariate which would be explained descriptively. The results obtained as many as 16 respondents (36%) doing low physical activity, as many as 20 respondents (45%) doing moderate physical activity, and as many as 8 respondents (18%) doing heavy physical activity. The quality of life of respondents is good with an average of all components showing a score exceeding the normative number which is 87 for the physical component and 78 for the mental component.
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