SURVIVAL ANALYSIS OF DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER PATIENTS (DHF)
Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is a dangerous disease transmitted by the Dengue virus. In 2020, along with the occurrence of the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia, the number of dengue cases in Indonesia was high. One of the provinces recorded as the highest suspected dengue fever area is North Sumatra. This is evidenced in October 2019 North Sumatra became the province with the highest suspected dengue fever in Indonesia with a total of 250 cases. Based on the medical record data of patients with DHF at the Dr. Pirngadi General Hospital, Medan in 2019, the factors thought to affect the rate of survival of DHF patients were age, gender, platelet count, and hematocrit levels. Furthermore, survival analysis was carried out using the Kaplan-Meier method and Cox Proportional Hazard Regression with the suspected factors to determine the estimated survival function for patients with DHF and to determine the factors that affect the recovery rate of patients with DHF. Based on the survival function curve, it was found that the curve decreased slowly because many patients with DHF were censored and it was found that the chances of survival of patients with DHF were relatively high, ranging from 1 to 0.6352. Based on the selection of the best model, it was found that only the age variable had a significant effect on the model.
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