Analysis of Factors Related to Mortality in Hemorrhagic Stroke Patients
Keywords:hemorrhagic stroke, body temperature, blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar levels, mortality
Background : Hemorrhagic strokes have severe neurological impairment and higher mortality rates in the acute phase. The purpose of this study was to explain the relationship between body temperature, blood pressure, cholesterole and blood sugar levels, with mortality in hemorrhagic stroke patients in hospital of Baptis Kediri.
Methods : This research method was quantitative research with analytic observational research with cross sectional approach. The sample was 119 respondents from hemorrhagic stroke in January 2016 - December 2017 at hospital of Baptis Kediri. The bivariate analysis used the Chi-Square test, while the multivariate analysis used multinomial logistic regression
Results : The results showed the bivariate test of body temperature P 0,002 < = 0,05 and r = 0,588, blood pressure P 0,007 < = 0,05 and r = 0,525, cholesterol P 0,000 < = 0.05 and r = 0,614, and blood sugar P 0,000 < =0,05 and r = 0,663. The results showed that hemorrhagic stroke patients with hyperglycemia had a 2.114 times greater chance of experiencing mortality compared to ischemic stroke patients with hyperthermia, hypertension, and hypercholesterolemia.
Conclusions : The conclusion showed that a relationship between body temperature, blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels with the mortality of hemorrhagic stroke patients. Hyperglycemia is dominant factors with mortality in hemorrhagic stroke patients. Regular monitoring of body temperature, blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels can be a determinant for the next management and information for nurses regarding the worsening condition of hemorrhagic stroke patients.