Relationship and Comparison of Hypertension Grade 1 and 2 to the Event of Chronic Renal Failure

Salutondok, Welly and Tanggo, Christian Ronald K. (2022) Relationship and Comparison of Hypertension Grade 1 and 2 to the Event of Chronic Renal Failure. Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medical Research, 20 (1). pp. 10-19. ISSN 2456-6276

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Hypertension is an increase in systolic and diastolic blood pressure above average, which can increase the occurrence of chronic kidney failure. Age, gender, genetics, nutrition, stress, activity, and lifestyle are risk factors for this problem. This study aims to determine the relationship and comparison of hypertension grades 1 and 2 to the incidence of chronic kidney failure at UKI General Hospital by looking at medical record data. This research was conducted with an analytical observational method and a cross-sectional approach. The sample consists of 73 respondents, and the sample selection using a simple random sampling technique. The results showed that the most criteria were age > 40 years (74.0%), the most gender was female (58.9%), and the highest body mass index (BMI) was mild overweight (43.8%). In this study, there was a significant relationship between hypertension and chronic kidney failure p=0.002 (p<0.05), and respondents with grade 2 hypertension had a higher risk of chronic kidney failure compared to grade 1 hypertension (95.6%) Keywords: Chronic kidney failure; hypertension; UKI General Hospital.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE
Depositing User: Mr Alexander Jeremia
Date Deposited: 12 Dec 2022 02:35
Last Modified: 22 Feb 2024 04:19

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