Analysis of Health Deviation Self-Care Requisites Towards Degree of Disability (Barthel Index) to Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Type 2
Problems of patients with Diabetes mellitus affect their daily activities such as decreasing degree of disability (point of degree of disability). The degree of disability in performing daily activities can be influenced by the level of Health Deviation Self-care Requisites, ie the ability of the patient to meet the needs of self during ill patients. The purpose of this study was to analyze the Health Deviation Self-Care Requisites to Degree of Disability (Barthel Index) in patients with Diabetes Millitus Type 2 in Kediri Baptist Hospital. The research design used is Crossectional analysis. By using purposive sampling technique. The study population was all patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus at Kediri Baptist Hospital with the number of sample that is equal to 31 respondents. Data collection for measurement of Health Deviation Self-Care Requisites and Barthel Index questionnaires. Analysis of this research data using statistical test Spearmen-rho. The results showed that Health Deviation Self-Care Requisites was found to be 17 respondents (54%), Barthel Index has severe dependence on 19 respondents (61.3%). Analysis of health deviation self-care requisites against degree of disability (barthel index) in patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Kediri Baptist Hospital obtained p = 0,392. Health Deviation Self-Care Requisites have no significant association to Degree of Disability (Barthel Index) in patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Kediri Baptist Hospital.