Health Examination of Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus Patients in the Chronic Disease Management Program in the Community Health Center Waru Pemekasan Working Area
Keywords:Diabetes mellitus, health, hypertension
Efforts to prevent and control non-communicable diseases need to be a common concern. One of the efforts made by BPJS in collaboration with existing primary services including community health centers is the chronic disease management program or PROLANIS. Most of the people who come for health checks are the elderly and elderly. To check BMI, especially height in the elderly, it is necessary to check height according to the condition of the elderly. Around 70% of people who come have previously been diagnosed with hypertension. After checking their blood pressure, some of them had their blood pressure controlled. However, this condition needs to be maintained and even improved so that those who experience hypertension can control their condition and prevent them from experiencing further complications. Likewise with those who experience DM, around 73%, but there are still some (9%) who have random high blood sugar levels. By carrying out community service with the topic of health examinations for hypertension and diabetes mellitus patients in the chronic disease management program in the Community Health Center Waru Pemekasan Work Area, it can be beneficial for all patients. The community service activities went well with assistance from the community health center. Of all those who came, around 70% had previously been diagnosed with hypertension and 73% had been diagnosed with DM. From the results of the examination, it was found that some of the hypertension sufferers had a condition where their blood pressure was controlled. Likewise with DM sufferers, some have normal blood sugar.
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