Fatigue, Depresi, Terhadap Kualitas Hidup Pada Pasien Hemodialisa

Nia Khusniyati, Sri Yona, I Made Kariasa

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Fatigue dan depresi merupakan gejala yang sering terjadi pada pasien hemodialisa dan dapat mempengaruhi buruknya kualitas hidup. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui tingkatan fatigue dan depresi dan hubungannya terhadap kualitas hidup pada pasien hemodialisa. Hasil penelitian ini dari sebanyak 105 pasien sebagian besar pasien (57,1%) mengalami fatigue dan sebagian pasien tidak mengalami depresi (67.6%). Penelitian ini menghubungkan dengan kualitas hidup dan didapatkan hasil adanya hubungan signifikan antara fatigue, depresi terhadap kualitas hidup (p=0.000 dan p=0.001). Depresi merupakan faktor yang paling dominan mempengaruhi kualitas hidup pasien hemodialisa (koef B=4.868).Rekomendasi dari penelitian ini adalah perlu dilakukannya deteksi awal depresi dan upaya promotif dan preventif untuk meminimalisir terjadinya depresi pada pasien hemodialisa.

 


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Fatigue; Depresi; Hemodialisa; Kualitas Hidup

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