THE DESCRIPTION OF ANXIETY SYMPTOMS IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS WHO UNDERGO HEMODIALYSIS THERAPY AT RASYIDA KIDNEY SPECIALITY HOSPITAL

Shahrul Rahman

Abstract


Background :Anxiety is a disorder that is triggered by the existence of a a clear situation or object (from outside the individual itself), which actually does no harm. Unresolved anxiety can lead to some impact on which a person tends to have a negative assessment of the meaning of life, decreased quality of life, emotional changes such as chronic depression and psychosis disorders.

Objective : The general objective in this research is to find out the symptoms of anxiety symptoms of chronic kidney disease patients undergo hemodialysis.

Method :This research is a descriptive study with cross sectional design, This study uses a sampling method that is non-probability sampling type quota sampling. Calculated using the Slovin formula: and obtained a sample amount of 171

Result :The proportion of patient with chronic kidney disease treated with hemodialysis in Rasyida, kidney speciality hospital based on the anxiety level resulting mild anxiety (86,5%) and moderate anxiety (13,5%).

Conclusion : There are symptoms of anxiety symptoms in patients with chronic kidney disease undergoing hemodialysis.

Keywords : anxiety symptoms, chronic kidney disease, hemodialysis



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijphs.v9i4.20450
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