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RELATIONS KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF NURSES IN WOUND TREATMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS IN DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL TOBELO NORTH HALMAHERA

Author : Alexander O. Maengkom*, Anwar Ramlah Sitti, Deswisno Tjatjawi

Abstract

Diabetes mellitus is a condition where the sugar levels in the blood is higher than normal (60 mg - 145 mg / dl), because our bodies can release or use the hormone insulin adequately. Wound complication of diabetes mellitus is diabetic wounds may experience problems that are, psychological and social factors are conditions in which usually result in pressure even obstacles in the process of wound treatment and care of diabetes mellitus. This type of research using quantitative methods, with cross sectional approach (cross-sectional) .with a view to determine whether there is a relationship between knowledge and attitude of nurses (independent variable) with DM wound care (dependent variable) in the observation or measurement variables at once and at the same time the same or a point of time apporoach. Samples are taken from the entire portion of the object on conscientious and considered to have the entire population. the sample This is a nurse. 30. Results of statistical test analysis (SPSS) by using chi - square is known that the value (p =, 004

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