The Effect of Type II Diabetes Mellitus Therapy with Anti-Diabetic Drug & Insulin with Gas Gangrene Pedis with Meggit-Wagner Criteria

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus; Gas Gangrene Pedis; Metabolic Neuropathy;


November 14, 2022


Diabetes mellitus itself is divided into three types, namely type 1 diabetes mellitus, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and other types of diabetes mellitus. One of the effects of this disease is the emergence of gangrene pedis. to describe the effect of therapy Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients with Diabetic Oral Medicine & Insulin with  Gas Gangrene Pedis from Meggit-Wagner Criteria. This research is an observational study (Non Experimental Design) using a cohort retrospective design method. The sample in this study were patients with gas gangrene pedis obtained from the patient's medical record for the period January 2021 – March 2022 at Bhayangkara Hospital Kediri. The analysis used Chi-square correlation from Pearson. Based on the results of the Association Test between Wagner Grade and DM therapy, it has a p value of 0.525, the hypothesis H0 is accepted. Chi-square and Pearson test between Wagner Grade and gas gangrene pedis therapy has a p value of 0.199. Patients with Type 2 DM who have a history of not routinely control, it is very likely that the progression will worsen with different therapeutic outcomes for each patient