Does Family’s Knowledge Correlate with Departure Time Interval at Ischemic Stroke Patient to Emergency Department?

Authors

  • Fajri Andi Rahmawan1 , Yuyun Yueniwati2 , Tony Suharsono3

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijonc.v8i1.8600

Abstract

Ischemic Stroke is a symptom that binds with minimal time in this intervention. If an ischemic stroke patient
has anextention the departure time interval, it can result in disability and death. Family knowledge is one
of the factors affecting the departure time interval to emergency department. Nevertheless, the relationship
between knowledge and the interval of departure time of ischemic stroke patients to emergency department
is controversial. The aimed of this research is analyze the family knowledge relationship with the interval
of the departure time of ischemic stroke patients do emergency department of Banyuwangi Blambangan
General Hospital. The study used a prospective cross sectional approach on 100 respondents. Data retrieval
is done to the family of ischemic stroke patients using the questionnaire and observation directly when the
patient comes to emergency department after a Commuted Tomography scan examination. Data analysis
is conducted to analyze the family knowledge relationship with The departure time interval of ischemic
stroke patients. Bivariate analysis using Spearman test. The finding show that obtained 56% families do not
know the minimum time to be achieved in order for ischemic stroke patients to receive effective reperfusion
therapy. Spearman test results between the knowledge with the departure time interval obtained p value =
0.009 with a 0.005 which means there is a family knowledge relationship with the interval of departure time.
Family knowledge relates to the departure time interval of ischemic stroke patients to emergency department
as measured since the onset of symptoms

Author Biography

Fajri Andi Rahmawan1 , Yuyun Yueniwati2 , Tony Suharsono3

Ischemic Stroke is a symptom that binds with minimal time in this intervention. If an ischemic stroke patient
has anextention the departure time interval, it can result in disability and death. Family knowledge is one
of the factors affecting the departure time interval to emergency department. Nevertheless, the relationship
between knowledge and the interval of departure time of ischemic stroke patients to emergency department
is controversial. The aimed of this research is analyze the family knowledge relationship with the interval
of the departure time of ischemic stroke patients do emergency department of Banyuwangi Blambangan
General Hospital. The study used a prospective cross sectional approach on 100 respondents. Data retrieval
is done to the family of ischemic stroke patients using the questionnaire and observation directly when the
patient comes to emergency department after a Commuted Tomography scan examination. Data analysis
is conducted to analyze the family knowledge relationship with The departure time interval of ischemic
stroke patients. Bivariate analysis using Spearman test. The finding show that obtained 56% families do not
know the minimum time to be achieved in order for ischemic stroke patients to receive effective reperfusion
therapy. Spearman test results between the knowledge with the departure time interval obtained p value =
0.009 with a 0.005 which means there is a family knowledge relationship with the interval of departure time.
Family knowledge relates to the departure time interval of ischemic stroke patients to emergency department
as measured since the onset of symptoms

Published

2020-01-30