Hubungan antara andropause dengan stres pada pria beristri

Noor Umam , David (2010) Hubungan antara andropause dengan stres pada pria beristri. Other thesis, UNS.

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    Abstract

    Abstrak Tujuan Penelitian: Pada pria usia lanjut, andropause terjadi karena penurunan kadar testosteron. Perubahan yang terjadi pada andropause tidak hanya pada aspek fisik, tetapi juga aspek psikis. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui hubungan antara andropause dengan stres pada pria beristri. Metode Penelitian: Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian kuantitatif epidemiologi observasi analitik dengan pendekatan cross sectional. Penelitian ini dilakukan di Desa Kemiri, Kecamatan Kebakkramat, Kabupaten Karanganyar, subjek penelitian diambil berdasarkan kriteria inklusi (pria usia >40 tahun, memiliki istri yang sah, telah andropause, lama perkawinan > 15 tahun, anak minimal 2, tinggal di Desa Kemiri) dan kriteria ekslusi yang telah ditetapkan. Pengambilan sampel dengan cara purposive sampling yang dilanjutkan random sampling. Screening andropause menggunakan ADAM (Androgen Deficiency in the Aging Male) Questionnaire dan Screening stres menggunakan GHQ (General Health Questionnaire). Hasil Penelitian: Dari penelitian di dapatkan 58 subjek penelitian yang memenuhi kriteria inklusi dan eksklusi, dari 58 subjek penelitian yang telah andropause di dapatkan 52 orang (89,66%) positif stres dan 6 orang (10,34%) negatif stres berdasarkan screening GHQ. Data hasil penelitian diuji secara statistik dengan Uji Korelasi Pearson Product Moment (SPSS 17.0 for Windows). Uji statistik dengan tingkat tingkat keyakinan 95%, di dapatkan nilai r hitung=0,658, r tabel=0,448 dan p=0,000. Simpulan Penelitian: Ada hubungan positif, kuat dan sangat signifikan secara statistik antara andropause dengan stres pada pria beristri, dimana semakin tinggi skor ADAM Questionnaire, maka semakin tinggi pula skor GHQ Questionnaire atau dapat diartikan semakin banyak keluhan andropause yang dirasakan, semakin tinggi pula tingkat stresnya. ______________________________________________________________ Objectives: In elderly men, andropause occurs due to decreased testosterone levels. The changes in the andropause is not only the physical aspect, but also the psychological aspect. This study aims to determine the relationship between andropause with stress on a marriage man. Method: This research is a epidemiologic quantitative analytic observation and cross sectional approach. This research was conducted at Kemiri Village, Kebakkramat, Karanganyar District, subjects were taken based on inclusion criteria (men >40 years old, has legal wife, was suffer andropause, has married > 15 years, has minimum 2 sons, live ini Kemiri village) and exclusion criteria that have been determined. Sampling were taken by purposive sampling with random sampling followed. Screening of andropause using the ADAM (Androgen Deficiency in the Aging Male) Questionnaire and stress screening using the GHQ (General Health Questionnaire). Result: From this research founded 58 research subjects that meet the criteria for inclusion and exclusion, from 58 research subjects who have andropause are getting 52 people (89.66%) positive stress and 6 people (10.34%) negative stress on GHQ screening. Data were statistically tested with Pearson Product Moment Correlation Test (SPSS 17.0 for Windows). Statistical test with a level 95% level of confidence, obtain the count r = 0.658, r table = 0.448 and p = .000. Conclusions: There was a positive relationship, strong corelation and statistically significant between the andropause with stress on a marriage man, where more higher the ADAM Questionnaire score, more higher too the GHQ score, it can be interpreted more complaints andropause is felt, more higher the stress levels.

    Item Type: Thesis (Other)
    Subjects: R Medicine > RE Ophthalmology
    Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
    Depositing User: Unnamed user with username anggit
    Date Deposited: 24 Nov 2010 21:58
    Last Modified: 24 Nov 2010 21:58
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/44

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