The Relationship of Self-Motivation in Diabetes Mellitus Management with Blood Sugar Levels of Diabetes Mellitus Type II Clients
Keywords:self-motivation, blood sugar level, diabetes mellitus
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of self-motivation to diabetes mellitus (DM)
management with blood sugar levels of DM type ii clients in Outpatient Polyclinic Installation in Dr. Doris
Sylvanus Hospital Palangka Raya. The research uses descriptive correlational with cross sectional research
design. The sampling technique uses purposive sampling. The respondents of this study were 40 people. Data
collection using a questionnaire and recording the value of blood sugar from the results of laboratory tests
in the client report status. Statistical tests use the Chi-Square test. The results of statistical analysis revealed
that self-motivation on clients was in the unfavorable category of 32 people (80%), blood sugar levels were
in the high category of 26 people (65%) with a p-value of 0.001 (p <0.05). There is a significant relationship
between self-motivation to DM management with blood sugar levels of DM type II clients in the Outpatient
Polyclinic Installation of Dr. Doris Sylvanus Hospital Palangka Raya.
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