Faktor-faktor yang Mempengaruhi Kematian Pasien Penyakit Jantung Koroner di Pusat Jantung Nasional Harapan Kita Tahun 2004

Fatmah A. Gobel, Renti Mahkota

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According to WHO estimate, about 50% people died each year on the world caused by heart and arterial diseases. There are many prognostic factors of heart diseases that could be changed and controlled; therefore this disease is preventable regarding the mortality. This study aimed to understand prognostic fac-tors related to mortality among coronary heart disease. The source of data is secondary data patient medical record at Harapan Kita National Heart Centre in 2004. The independent variables were health insurance, place of origin, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, dislipidemia, and previous history of CHD while covariate variables were age, gender, education, and occupation. The study design is case-control study with 130 cases and 260 controls (1:2). Cases were
death CHD patients confirmed by death summary record, controls were survivor patients. Data were analyzed in multivariate ways. The study results shows that health insurance and place of origin were associated to patient’s mortality. Patients without insurance have higher risk to die then patients with Askes health insurance. Patients came from Java island have higher risk to die then those who came from outside Java. Public is recommended to be member of
health insurance. Other research need to be conducted by considering the severity of the diseases and therefore the relationship between prognostic factors and outcome could be clearer for each stage of disease.
Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)99-105
JournalKesmas: National Public Health Journal
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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