Ansietas Difference in Hemodialisa Patients Based on Gender Perspective

Muhammad Rosyidul Ibad
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Patients undergoing hemodialysis therapy during their lifetime will depend on the dializzer device, the hemodialysis procedure must be carried out routinely and continuously with a frequency of 2-3 times in one week. Profile data shows that chronic kidney failure in Indonesia is slightly more prevalent in men than in women, individuals who experience chronic kidney failure and who are undergoing a hemodialysis process have the potential to experience emotional problems. Anxiety is the main disorder that can arise due to hemodialysis procedures, a person undergoing hemodialysis will have concerns, fears, and uncertainties resulting from negative perceptions. Researchers have identified differences in anxiety among hemodialysis patients based on a gender perspective through the Kruskal wallis test. The results show that the p-value obtained is P = 0.488, this means that there are no differences in anxiety experienced by both male and female respondents. The emergence of anxiety in general in hemodialysis patients is caused by various factors such as financial problems that must be supported by the use of health insurance, the level of understanding of the disease and therapeutic procedures, and a history of undergoing a therapeutic procedure

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