Quality of Life (QOL) Pasien Hipertensi Usia Dewasa Muda yang Menjalani Pengobatan di Rumah Sakit Kota Makassar

  • Nurfaizin Yunus Program Studi Kesehatan Masyarakat, Sekolah Pascasarjana Universitas Hasanuddin
  • Ida Leida Maria Bagian Epidemiologi, FKM Universitas Hasanuddin
  • Syamsiar S Russeng Bagian Kesehatan dan Keselamatan Kerja, FKM Universitas Hasanuddin
Keywords: Hypertension, young adult, life quality

Abstract

The prevalence of hypertension experienced a shifting of cases from old to young, and contributes to the increase in the age group at risk. Young adult is a population very productive so indispensable effort to continue to obtain good quality of life. The aim of the research was to find out the risks of obesity, type D personality, anger expression, family support and treatment obedience on the quality of life of young adult hypertension patients in several hospitals of Makassar City. Design of the research is analytic observational with retrospective cohort study. The samples comprised 73 patients with the consecutive sampling technique. Data were analyzed using RR test and multiple logistic regressions. The results of the research indicate that the significant risking factors affecting the quality of life of young adult hypertension patients are obesity (RR= 1.942; 95%CI: 1.222-3.055), type D personality (RR = 2.782; 95%CI: 1.647-4.699), anger in (RR= 2.464; 95%CI: 1.384-4.395), anger control (RR= 1.920; 95% CI: 1.203-3.063), family support (RR= 2.920; 95%CI: 1.773-4.809) and treatment obedience (RR = 4.047; 95%CI: 1.770-9.249), while the insignificant risk factor is anger out (RR= 1.226; 95%CI: 0.644-2.333). The conclusion obesity, type D personality, anger in, anger control, family support and treatment obedience are risk factors for quality of life. Factor most at risk is obesity.

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Published
2020-03-27
How to Cite
Yunus, N., Maria, I., & Russeng, S. (2020). Quality of Life (QOL) Pasien Hipertensi Usia Dewasa Muda yang Menjalani Pengobatan di Rumah Sakit Kota Makassar. Jurnal Forum Kesehatan, 10(1), 16-23. Retrieved from http://e-journal.poltekkes-palangkaraya.ac.id/jfk/article/view/141