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Jurnal Ners

ISSN 1858-3598

Vol. 8 / No. 2 / Published : 2013-10

Order : 2, and page :183 - 189

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Original Article :

Inpatients nutritional requirements indicator at army hospital dr. soepraoen malang

Author :

  1. Kumboyono*1
  2. Vina*2
  1. Dosen PSIK-FK Universitas Brawijaya
  2. Dosen PSIK-FK Universitas Brawijaya

Abstract :

Introduction. Patient acceptance to diet influences patient intake during the hospitalization. Patient acceptance on meals provided by the hospital can be seen from the left over. Whilst factors which influences patient motivation to finish their meals including  addtional food, taste, and adaptation level to the hospital, the aim of this research was to identify factors that related to patient acceptance on meals provided by the hospital in class three ward dr. Soepraoen Hospital, Malang. Methode. Descriptive analitic was used as research design with cross-sectional approach. As many as 51 samples were chosen with purposive sampling. Data was analyzed with chi square with 95%significance. Results. The results showed a significant relation between additional food and the leftover (p-Value = 0,018). There is significant relation on the taste and the leftover (p-Value = 0.032) and adaptation level and leftover (p-Value = 0.026). Discussion. It can be concluded that additional food, taste, and adaptation level to the hospital have significant relation with hospitalized patient acceptance on their diet. It is suggested that nurse pay more attention on these factors to fulfill patient nutrition needs during hospitalization.

Keyword :

diet, additional food, taste, adaptation level, leftover,

References :

Almatsier, S.,(2010) Penuntun Diet Jakarta : PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama

Depkes RI.,(2007) Pedoman Penyelenggaraan Makanan Rumah Sakit Jakarta : Direktorat Jenderal Bina Pelayanan Medik. Departemen Kesehatan

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