Stroke Recurrence Based on Stroke Prognosis Instrument II (SPI-II) and The Attack Number of Stroke


Background: Stroke is increasing every year so the risk of recurrent stroke is also increasing, the more risk factors they have, the higher the likelihood of recurring strokes. if a recurring attack occurs, the condition can be more severe than the first attack, generally occurs in patients who lack self-control and low level of awareness.

Objectives: This study aimed to identify the risk factors of stroke recurrence base on SPI-II.

Methods: This study was a cross-sectional descriptive study with 274 strokes patients as samples. The samples were recruited from one of general hospital specializeinneurologydisordersinJakarta,Indonesia.

Results:The result of this study indicated a significant difference in risk factor score between primary attack group and recurrence stroke (p-value<0.05). Simple linear regression showed that incidence of stroke attack has a positive correlation to the risk of stroke recurrent events (B= 3.484).

Conclusion: The attacks number of strokes has a positive correlation with risk of recurrence stroke. Nurses must be aware when doing the discharge planning for recurrent stroke patient. Monitoring and controlling the risk factors on community setting is an important thing to have known by nurses.

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