Pengaruh penggunann Electrical Muscular Stimulation (Veinoplus Arterial) terhadap penyembuhan Iuka kaki diabetik

Sukarni Sukarni, Hikmat Permana, Chandra Isabella

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Luka kaki diabetik (LKD) merupakan salah satu komplikasi pasien Diabetes Mellitus. LKD yang lama sembuh salah satu penghambatnya ialah menurunnya sirkulasi pada kaki. Electrical muscular stimulation (ENIS) merupakan salah satu terapi tanibahan yang dapx diaplikasi pada Iuka. Tujuan dalam studi ini ialah untuk tnengetahui peran EMS terhadap penyembuhan Iuka kaki diabetik.

Artikel dikumpulkan melalui database elektronik CINAHL, Proquest. Google Scholar, ScienceDirect dan menggunakan kata kunci luka kaki diabetik electrical muscular stimulation, dan penyembuhan luka. Kriteria inklusi adalah studi untuk jurnal yang diterbitkan pada periode antara tahun 2000-2014.

Hasil dari studi ini menunjukan bahwa EMS dapat digunakan sebagai terapi tambahan pada luka kaki diabetes untuk meningkatkan sikulasi darah pada ekstremitas bawah. EMS merupakan terapi tambahan yang dapat diaplikasikan pada luka kaki diabetes dengan meningkatkan sikulasi dan mempercepat penyembuhan luka.

Kata-kata Kunci: Electrical muscular stimulation (EMS), Luka kaki diabetes, Nitrit oxide (NO), Penyembuhan luka, dan sirkulasi

Abstract

Diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) is one of the complications in patient with diabetes mellitus. The decressed blood flow has a role in the chronicity of diabetic foot ulcers. Electrical muscular stimulation (EMS) is one of the adjunct therapy that can be applied to the wound. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of EMS on the healing of diabetic foot ulcer. This article collected through electronic databases CINAHL, Proquest, Google Scholar, ScienceDirect and use keywords diabetic foot ulcer, muscular electrical stimulation, and wound healing. Inclusion criteria were studies to journals published in the period between the years 2000-2014. The results of this study showed that the EMS can be used as an adjunctive therapy in diabetic foot wounds to increase the reduction of circulating blood in the lower extremities. EMS is an adjunctive therapy that can be applied to diabetic foot ulcer with increasing reduction of circulating and accelerate wound healing.

Key Words: Electrical muscular stimulation (EMS), circulation, diabetic foot ulcer, nitric oxide (NO), and wound healing


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