Penggunaan Aplikasi M-Health dalam Perubahan Gaya Hidup Pasien Gagal Jantung di Masyarakat

Riski Muhammad Akbar Kaharuddin(1*), Henny Permatasari(2), Poppy Fitriyani(3)


(1) Fakultas Ilmu Keperawatan, Universitas Indonesia
(2) Fakultas Ilmu Keperawatan, Universitas Indonesia
(3) Fakultas Ilmu Keperawatan, Universitas Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Gagal jantung merupakan penyakit penyebab kematian terpenting di dunia, maka aplikasi mHealth adalah perangkat ponsel cerdas dalam meningkatkan pelayanan kesehatan sehingga menjadi pilihan yang tepat untuk penyakit gagal jantung. Tujuan untuk menganalisis penggunaan aplikasi mHealth dalam perubahan gaya hidup pasien gagal jantung di masyarakat. Menggunakan telaah jurnal/literature review dari online database : Proquest, ScienceDirect, Wiley Online Library, Scopus, dan IEEE Xplore dengan menggunakan kata kunci aplikasi mhealth, gaya hidup, dan gagal jantung, adapun artikel yang digunakan dari tahun 2018 sampai dengan tahun 2022 sehingga didapatkan 22 artikel yang sesuai. Berdasarkan topik yang ingin dibahas maka digunakan 14 artikel untuk ditinjau lebih lanjut, artikel tersebut dianalisis dengan cara di review satu-persatu menggunakan table yang terstruktur. Dari hasil pencarian online yang didapatkan dan telah dianalisis, maka aplikasi mHealth menciptakan peluang untuk meningkatkan perawatan gagal jantung, sehingga pasien maupun petugas kesehatan dapat menerima dan memberi pelayanan kesehatan yang efektif dan mendorong kepatuhan pengobatan dan pemantauan gejala pasien gagal jantung. Aplikasi mHealth terbukti meningkatkan hasil dan memberikan manfaat bagi dunia kesehatan dalam penanganan penyakit gagal jantung.


Keywords


aplikasi mhealth; gaya hidup; gagal jantung

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