Faktor - faktor yang berhubungan dengan irritable bowel syndrome pada mahasiswa Kedokteran Universitas Pelita Harapan = Factors affecting irritable bowel syndrome in medical students of Pelita Harapan University

Fernanda, Ellen (2018) Faktor - faktor yang berhubungan dengan irritable bowel syndrome pada mahasiswa Kedokteran Universitas Pelita Harapan = Factors affecting irritable bowel syndrome in medical students of Pelita Harapan University. Bachelor thesis, Universitas Pelita Harapan.

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Introduction: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is one of the health problems that bring great effects in education, productivity, and socioeconomic life in Indonesia. It accounts for approximately 10.5% of 304 digestive problems in Jakarta, Indonesia. Particular characteristics are known to increase the risk of IBS in individuals, but the study of IBS in Indonesia are still limited in number. Purpose: To assess the prevalence and factors affecting Irritable Bowel Syndrome in medical students of Pelita Harapan University Methods: This study is a cross sectional study on medical students of Pelita Harapan University, Karawaci, Tangerang on January 2018 until March 2018. Datas were obtained with the use of questionnaire of demographic data , ROME IV IBS Criteria, GAD DSM-IV, and PSQI as the instruments with random sampling technique, and statistically tested using Chi-Squared test. Results: A total of 210 samples consist of 54 subjects with IBS (25.7%) with 43 women (79.6%) and 11 men (20.4%). Findings of bivariate analysis are sex (95% CI, 0.751 - 3.346), obesity (95% CI, 0.612 - 2.673), history of drug consumption (95% CI, 1.246 - 6.742), family history of IBS (95% CI, 1.246 - 6.742), anxiety (95% CI, 1.419 - 9.709), and sleep disorder (95% CI, 0.514 - 1.785). Conclusion: The prevalence of IBS in medical students of Pelita Harapan University is 25.7% with history of drug consumption, family history of ibs, and anxiety as factors statistically significant in IBS / Latar Belakang: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) merupakan salah satu masalah kesehatan yang berdampak besar bagi pendidikan, pekerjaan, serta kehidupan sosial dan ekonomi di Indonesia. IBS memiliki prevalensi 10.5% dari 304 kasus gangguan pencernaan di Jakarta, Indonesia. Faktor - faktor tertentu dinilai dapat meningkatkan risiko terjadinya IBS, namun penelitiannya masih terbatas di Indonesia Tujuan: Mempelajari prevalensi dan faktor – faktor yang berhubungan dengan angka kejadian IBS pada mahasiswa kedokteran Universitas Pelita Harapan Metodologi Penelitian: Penelitian ini menggunakan metode studi potong lintang dengan sampel mahasiswa fakultas kedokteran UPH, Karawaci, Tangerang. Periode pengambilan data adalah bulan Januari 2018 sampai Maret 2018 menggunakan kuesioner data demografik, ROME IV IBS Criteria, GAD DSM-IV, dan PSQI secara random sampling. Kemudian dianalisis secara statistik dengan uji Chi-Square Hasil: Dari 210 responden diperoleh 54 mahasiswa dengan IBS (25.7%) yang terdiri atas 43 wanita (79.6%) dan 11 pria (20.4%). Dalam analisis bivariat diperoleh jenis kelamin (95% CI, 0.751 - 3.346), obesitas (95% CI, 0.612 - 2.673), riwayat obat (95% CI, 1.246 - 6.742), riwayat keluarga (95% CI, 1.246 - 6.742), ansietas (95% CI, 1.419 - 9.709), dan gangguan tidur (95% CI, 0.514 - 1.785) Kesimpulan: Prevalensi IBS pada mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran UPH adalah 25.7% dengan faktor - faktor berupa riwayat obat, riwayat keluarga, dan ansietas yang berhubungan dengan angka kejadian IBS secara bermakna.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor)
Creators:
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Fernanda, EllenNIM00000013748UNSPECIFIED
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Thesis advisorKurniawan, AndreeNIDN0320068203UNSPECIFIED
Uncontrolled Keywords: IBS; mahasiswa; faktor risiko; IBS; medical students; risk factors
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: University Subject > Current > Faculty/School - UPH Karawaci > Faculty of Medicine > Medicine
Current > Faculty/School - UPH Karawaci > Faculty of Medicine > Medicine
Depositing User: Users 13 not found.
Date Deposited: 04 Mar 2020 07:02
Last Modified: 08 Sep 2020 02:52
URI: http://repository.uph.edu/id/eprint/6212

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