Korelasi Luaran dengan Ketebalan dan Lokasi Perdarahan Subaraknoid pada Pasien Cedera Kepala di RSUD Arifin Achmad

Andrea Valentino


Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH)in head injury is a very common case. Research showed that 33% moderate and
severe head injury patients had SAH during initial CT scan. A prospective study was performed on 37 head injury
patients with SAH which had been treated in Arifin Achmad Hospital during January to June 2014 period. Bivariable
analysis that was used in this research was an unpaired categorical analytic statistical test, the chi square test. Meanwhile,
multivariable analysis used was multiple logistic regression test. Significance was determined based on p value,
which was d”0.05, and confidence interval (CI) of 95%. There were unfavourable outcome upon head injury patients
with SAH of >5mm thickness (p=0,028) and located at cerebral hemisphere and basal cistern (p=0,001). Thickness
and SAH location was found to be associated with head injury patient outcome. SAH thickness of > 5mm against
outcome had a stronger association than location as a factor.


head injury, outcome, subarachnoid hemorrhage thickness, subarachnoid hemorrhage location

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