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Title: 1.II.2 Relation Of Wagner Classifications And The Mortality Of Diabetic Foot Ulcer Patients That Hospitalized In Cengkareng Hospital
Authors: Sayid Ridho
Syarief Hasan Lutfie
Dwi Tyastuti
Fahmi MA
Keywords: Diabetic foot ulcer;Wagner Classification;Mortality
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Asian Jr. of Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc
Abstract: One of chronic complication forms in diabetes mellitus is emergence of foot diabetic disease that can be appeared based on vascular, neuropathy and ischaemia abnormalities. Wagner classification can be used as a guideline of diabetic foot ulcer patients which is helpful in determining the prognosis of diabetic foot ulcer patients. This study was conducted to find out the relation of Wagner classification towards mortality of diabetic foot ulcer patients. Design of this study was analytic design with retrospective approach based on a cross sectional test with consecutive sampling. Results of the study showed that the number of diabetic foot ulcer patients with males 42.4%, females 57.6% in age of 46-65 years (76.3%) with the most level of education were senior high school (30.5%), 42.4% of them were housewives. Clinical data of ulcer patients showed that 58% of normal blood pressure with normal Body Mass Index (BMI) were 64.4%, 88% anaemia, 49.2% A1C value > 7%, 23.7% single lesion with62.7% patients in Wagner Classification II , 39% ulcer located on foot with osteolytic lesion were 11.9%, 23% positive culture test and the most done treatment were surgical (74.6%). The mortality rate was 1.7%. By using Chi Square statistical analysis test, it is known that Wagner classification did not relation towards of mortality of diabetic foot ulcer patients who were hospitalized (p value > 0.05)
ISSN: ISSN-0972-3005
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