HUBUNGAN KADAR UREUM DAN KREATININ SERUM DENGAN TEKANAN DARAH PADA PASIEN GAGAL GINJAL KRONIK
Chronic Kidney Disease is a kind of disease which has a big role for people’s morbidity and mortality level in the world. Every person with chronic kidney disease most often followed by a hypertension. On the other hand chronic kidney disease is known as the cause of secondary hypertension. Acording to earlier survey data, Chronic Kidney Disease was at the 3rd Ranking after CVA and Hypertension. The purpose of this research was to know the correlation among urea serum levels and serum creatinin levels with blood pressure of Chronic Kidney Disease patient in Gamburan Hospital, Kediri at 2014. This research is an observational analitic with cross sectional approach. The subject is 43 patients of chronic kidney disease in Gambiran hospital, Kediri at 2014, choosen by Systematic random sampling methode. Data was collected from the medical record, then analized by Pearson Correlation Test, which is achieved a significant relationship if p value < 0,05. The x1 variable was Urea serume levels, v2 variable was serume creatinine, and y variable was blood pressure. Statistic test show that the mean of urea serum = 88,635 mg/dl, the mean of serum creatinine = 10,4449 mg/dl and the mean of blood pressure = 148,140 mmHg. Pearson Correlation test between urea serum levels and blood pressure show P-value = 0,000 and r = 0,520, instead of serum cretinine levels and blood pressure show P-value = 0,000 dan r = 0,605.. So, by the Pearson Correlation test can be concluded that there was a positive and significant relationship between plasma ureum and blood pressure in chronic kidney disease person. There was also a positive and significant relationship between creatinine serum and blood pressure. While the other variables (age, job and sex) didn’t show a significant relationship with blood pressure.