• Andre Dharmawan Wijono
  • Rizaldy Taslim Pinzon


Background: The predictive factors of mortality in stroke patients are still varied and subject to debate. Lower onset to admission time have been known produces excellent outcomes with significantly lower rates of morbidity and mortality. Previous study about the onset admission time in patients with stroke ischemic in Indonesia is very limited.
Aim: Measure the correlation between onset to hospital admission time and mortality in patients with ischemic stroke.
Method: This was a retrospective cohort study using secondary data from electronic medical record and electronic stroke registry of Bethesda Hospital Yogyakarta Indonesia. A total 1657 patient with ischemic stroke were admitted between 2015-2017 and 313 patient were included in this Study adjusted by inclusion and exclusion criteria. Factors such as age, gender, onset, previous stroke, comorbidities and complications were assessed.
Result: From 313 patients with ischemic stroke, 24 patients were death. Multiple logistic regression analysis showed age (RR:3.665; 95% CI:1.147-11.711;p: 0.028) and patient with complications (RR:58.803 ; 95% CI:10.353-333.983;p: 0.000) significantly increased the risk of mortality in patient with ischemic stroke.
Conclusion: Longer onset to hospital admission time was not significantly increasing death on ischemic stroke patients. Otherwise, age and complications were persistently increasing the risk of mortality.
Keywords: ischemic stroke, onset to admission time, mortality


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How to Cite
Wijono, A., & Pinzon, R. (2018). ONSET TO HOSPITAL ADMISSION TIME AND MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH ISCHEMIC STROKE. Seminar Hasil Penelitian Bagi Civitas Akademika 2017, 1(1), 159-164. Retrieved from https://genesis.ukdw.ac.id/lppm/seminar/index.php/seminar2017/article/view/10