RISK FACTOR ANALYSIS OF DIABETIC ULCUS IN DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS
Keywords:Risk Factor Analysis, Diabetes Mellitus, Diabetic Ulcer, Risk of Diabetic Ulcer
Diabetes Mellitus is a very dangerous disease, because it can cause many complications. One of the complications that often occurs in DM patients is the occurrence of Diabetic Ulcers. Diabetic ulcers themselves are a condition that is often experienced by people with DM which is characterized by the appearance of wounds accompanied by a discharge that smells bad from the feet. Diabetic ulcers can be prevented if the level of risk is detected early on. Therefore, it is important forDM sufferers to know the risk factors for their occurrence. Diabetic Ulcers. The purpose of this study was to identify the risk of developing Diabetic Ulcers in people with Diabetes Mellitus in the Pukesmas Binjai City area. This research is a type of quantitative research with a descriptive study design. The sample in this study were DM patients in the Binjai City Health Center area as many as 40 respondents, with a total sampling technique of sampling. The results showed that the majority of respondents had a moderate risk of developing diabetic ulcers with a total of 25 people (62.5%). For health services, efforts must be made to avoid the occurrence of Diabetic Ulcers, such as conducting health education about foot care.
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