Journal of Diabetes & Metabolism

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The inhibitor factors of diabetic foot ulcer wound proliferation for diabetes type II patient at Kitamura Clinic Pontianak

14th International Conference and Exhibition on Targeting Diabetes and Novel Therapeutics

October 17-18, 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Khoirul Rista Abidin, Suriadi and Berthy Adiningsih

Universitas Tanjungpura, Indonesia

: J Diabetes Metab

Abstract :

Background: Indonesia, Pontianak in particular, has a significant amount of diabetic type II. Kitamura clinic has calculated 470 diabetics with complication of diabetic foot ulcers, mostly the patient got treatments for more than a month. Some overseas research found that the decrease of unsure calium, bacterial infection, and exudates increase would be the causative factors of the wounds resistance (Proliferation). Propose: This research aims to investigate the factors which can inhibit proliferation on diabetic foots ulcer wound of diabetes mellitus type II in Kitamura Clinic, Pontianak. 20 patients of Kitamura Clinic have participated as the subject of the research. Method: The design of this research was quantitative and the study of cohort perspective has been used. Researcher used purposive sampling as the method of sampling. Data analyzing has used distribution and linear regression. Results: Based on data tabulation, there were 56% subjects‚?? wound lied on grade III, 44% on grade IV. The wound‚??s base had granulation 50% and slough 50%. Based Calium factor, the wound had 3,5 mEq was 19%, less than 3,5-5,0 mEq was75%, more than 5,0 mEq was 6%. Light Exudate percentage was38% moderate percentage was 62%. Then,it was identified there were 4% positive pseudomonas aeruginosa and 96% positive staphylococcus aureus. Meanwhile the statistic result showed nosignificant relation between independent and dependent variable. Conclusion : Mostly finding wounds were in grade and the base of wound had granulation and slough. Based on statistic test, relation between the amount of calium and proliferation diabetic foot ulcer wound were so far from significance. The exudates and the bacterial infection approximated significant number of proliferation.

Biography :

Khoirul Rista Abidin has completed his bachelor degree at the age of 25 years from Universitas Tanjungpura. He continues his study to pursue master degree at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia.

Email: [email protected]

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