SINDROM NEFROTIK RESISTEN HUBUNGAN TEKANAN DARAH TINGGI DENGAN GAGAL GINJAL KRONIK di RSU UKI CAWANG, JAKARTA TIMUR
Keywords: high blood pressure, risk factors, chronic kidney failure
AbstractHypertension is a non-communicable disease that can cause death. Hypertension is a disease that arises due to the interaction of various risk factors that a person has. Prolonged and uncontrolled hypertension can cause complications, namely chronic renal failure. The purpose of this study is to see the relationship between hypertension and chronic renal failure. This research method is non-experimental which is correlational in nature retrospectively with the population in this study namely patients who have a history of high blood pressure with chronic renal failure and patients who have a history of high blood pressure without chronic renal failure recorded in medical records at UKI Cawang Hospital, East Jakarta in 2014-2017 in accordance with the inclusion criteria, namely patients who have a history of hypertension aged 18-60 years, patients who have been diagnosed with hypertension and have blood pressure data more than 120/80 mmHg and patients who have been diagnosed with hypertension with chronic renal failure in 2014-2017. From this study, patients with hypertension with an abnormal glomerular filtration rate of 44 people (95.7%) and pre-hypertensive patients with an abnormal glomerular filtration rate of 9 people (69.2%) were found. From these data it can be concluded that there is a relationship between high blood pressure and chronic renal failure.