GERIATRIC WITH DIABETES MELITUS UNCONTROLLED WITH FAMILY HISTORY OF DIABETES MELITUS

Muslim Thaher, Muhartono -

Abstract


Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a group of metabolic diseases with characteristic hyperglycemia that occurs due to abnormal insulin secretion, insulin action or both. Based on data from the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) in 2011, there were 329 million people worldwide suffer from type 2 diabetes with deaths reaching 4.6 million people. Indonesia, in 2011, was ranked the world's tenth the number of patients with T2DM as many as 6.6 million people in 2030 and is projected to occupy the ninth position with an estimated 10.6 million people. Family medicine services based on EBM in elderly women with diabetes mellitus (DM) type II is not controlled with family history of diabetes melitus, identification of risk factors and clinical and management based on patient and family-centered approach. Obtained internal factors such as the age of 64 years, gender: female, elderly, patients' knowledge about diabetes are lacking, often not taking medication on schedule, family history of diabetes mellitus, patients move lightly and just stay home External Factors: None caregiver, support of family members is less, sometimes patients want to feel noticed by the patient's children. Improved quality of life at the time following an intervention by WHOQOL-BREF scale. The role of the family is very important in the care and treatment of sick family members. Family influence the onset of a disease and heal an illness. In intervention for patients not only in terms of looking at the clinical but also the psychosocial, by thriving required examination and handling of holistic, comprehensive and sustainable

 

Keywords: Diabetes Melitus, Family Medicine, Geriatric

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