Suriadi (2016), PREDICTIVE STUDY OF NEW MODEL FOR WOUND HEALING ASSESSMENT: , Poster, Conference or Workshop Item

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Abstract BACKGROUND. Assessment tools for chronic wounds, such as pressure sores, are available, but a wound assessment tool specifically for diabetic wounds has not been developed. OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study was to determine the critical cutoff point for classifying wound healing. METHODOLOGY. A retrospective cohort study design with a convenience sample of 75 diabetic foot ulcer patients enrolled from a Kitamura Wound Clinic from February 2015 - January 2016. The inconsistency of wound healing assessment data was not included in this study. The MUNGS score and skin assessment were rated. The diabetic ulcer patients were observed every ten days until healing or discharge. A mean score of MUNGS assessment each patients were calculated. RESULTS. Seventy-five diabetic ulcer patients were collected. The MUNGS tool has an area under the ROC curve (AUC) 0.886, and the 95% confidence interval was 0.792 to 0.948. At a cutoff score of 4, the sensitivity was 84.91, and the specificity was 81.82, positive predictive value of (91.8) and negative predictive value of (69.2), with likelihood ratio was 4.67 respectively. CONCLUSIONS. The value of the MUNGS tool in this study showed excellent accuracy in the mean score assessment. An accurate wound assessment is essential to the appropriate and realistic planning of goals and Interventions for patients with wounds. KEY WORDS: Sensitivity, Specificity, Predictive Value, MUNGS, Diabetic Foot Ulcers
  1. Jais,Suriadi
  2. Syabani,Mirwan
  3. Maktal,Hartono
  4. Setyowardani,Nuniek
Devisions Medical Surgical Nursing
Refereed Yes, this version has been refereed
Status Published
Event Title Word Union of Wound Healing Society (WUWHS)
Presentation Type Poster
Event Type Konfrensi


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