MEKANISME KOPING DALAM MENURUNKAN KADAR GLUKOSA DARAH PASIEN DIABETES MELLITUS DI POLIKLINIK PENYAKIT DALAM RSUD DR. R. KOESMA TUBAN

Su’udi Su’udi, Hadi Purwanto, Yasin Wahyu Rianto

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Diabetes and stress are the two things are interrelated, because of the stress that occurs indiabetics can lead to increased blood glucose levels, and therefore the ability of patients withdiabetes to coping mechanisms do have a positive effect on the emotional well-being andphysical condition of diabetics.Stress has become one of the factors that appear in patients with Diabetes Mellitus (DM).Stress affects the DM disease because it affects the decline and the level of blood glucose levels.The ability to deal with stress is different depending on each individual's coping abilitiespossessed. The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship coping mechanisms DMpatients with a decrease in blood glucose levels.This study is a quantitative, descriptive correlative study method with cross sectionalapproach. Conducted at the Polyclinic Internal Medicine Hospital Dr. R. Koesma Tuban, inAugust until October 2016. The sampling procedure using Non Probability Sampling technique(purposive sampling), the number of samples are 63 respondents. Data were analyzed usingunivariate, bivariate analysis using chi square test, data collection is done by using aquestionnaire and observation sheet.Chi Square test results obtained by value p = 0.000, which means that there is a relationshipbetween coping mechanisms DM patients with a decrease in blood glucose levels.Their relationship coping mechanisms DM patients with decreased blood glucose levels,we need a coping mechanism either / adaptive by DM patients, so that patients with diabeteswere able to comply with the rules about healthy lifestyles diabetic patient, so that blood glucoselevels in diabetic patient can be derived which is ultimately DM complications can be avoided.

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