Hubungan Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) dengan Hipertensi Menggunakan Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE)

Enny Lestari, Meiliza Rausan Fikrani, Esy Maryanti


Mild Cognitive Impairment is a decreasing in memory, decision, language and attention with normal functional
activity which not classified in dementia. One of risk factor of MCI is high blood pressure or hypertension. Hypertension
is >140 mmHg systolic blood pressure and >90 mmHg diastolyc blood pressure. The purpose of this research is to
informing the relation between mild cognitive impairment and hypertension in Local Women Organization (PKK RW
IX Kelurahan Tangkerang Timur Pekanbaru). The research used cross-sectional analitic study method, finished on
Januari 2015. Fifty subjects of Local Women Organization (PKK RW IX) were involved in this research, they were
divided into two criterias, 31 with MCI and 19 with non MCI. Based on the research, 21 of 31 MCI were detected
with hypertension. The Chi Square test showed there is significant relation between MCI and hypertension (p value
= 0,004 ).


mild cognitive impairment, hypertension, MMSE.

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