THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEMOGLOBIN, SERUM ALBUMIN, BODY MASS INDEX, HEMODIALYSIS SHIFT TIME AND HEMODIALYSIS ADEQUACY WITH QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE SUBJECTS WHO UNDERWENT ROUTINE HEMODIALYSIS

D TANOD1, L ROTTY2,  S PALAR3
1Internal Medicine Sam Ratulangi University, Manado, Indonesia, 2Internal Medicine Sam Ratulangi University-Hematology and Oncology division, Manado, Indonesia, 3Internal Medicine Sam Ratulangi University-Nephrology and Hypertension division, Manado, Indonesia

Aim. To determine the relationship between anemia, serum albumin, BMI, HD shift and HD adequacy with quality of life in subject with chronic kidney disease who undergo routine HD.
Background. The quality of life in subjects who undergo routine hemodialysis (HD) is influenced by many factors. Anemia, Albumin, body mass index (BMI), HD shift time and HD adequacy are factors that can affect the quality of life of subjects undergoing routine hemodialysis.
Methods. The design of this research is observational analytic with cross sectional study in hemodialysis installation general hospital Prof. dr. R.D. Kandou Manado for 3 months from August to October 2017. In this research, there are 52 samples that meet the inclusion and exclusion criteria.
Results. In this research we found that there was no significant relationship between hemoglobin and quality of life (p = 0.244, r = -0.098), there was a significant relationship between serum albumin and quality of life (p = 0.020, r = 0.286), there was no significant relationship between BMI and quality of life (p = 0,473, r = -0,010), there was no significant differences between HD shift time and quality of life (p = 0,082) and there was a significant correlation between HD adequacy assessed through Kt/V value with quality of life (p = 0,033, r = 0.257).
Conclusion. In this study we obtained serum albumin and Kt/V values have significant relationship with quality of life. While hemoglobin, BMI and dialysis shift time are not related to quality of life.


Biography:
Name: Darryl Virgiawan Tanod
Place / Date of Birth: Lembean, May 14, 1985

Intern of Internal Medicine Faculty Sam Ratulangi University Manado since January 1, 2013 until now. During the education, the author had brought a research on Geriatric Scientific Meeting September 20-21, 2014 in Jakarta with the title ‘The relationship between potassium levels with depression in elderly patients at general hospital Prof. Dr. R.D. Kandou Manado ‘

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