Faktor-Faktor yang Berhubungan Dengan Keberhasilan Penanganan Pasien Covid-19 di Rumah Sakit Panti Rapih Yogyakarta

  • Alexander Dadi Rahmadi STIKes Panti Rapih Yogyakarta
  • Paulus Subiyanto STIKes Panti Rapih Yogyakarta
  • Lucilla Suparmi STIKes Panti Rapih Yogyakarta


Background: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an inflammation that starts from the nasal cavity to the throat to the ends of the lungs caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV2). On March 11, 2020, WHO declared the COVID-19 case a pandemic because its spread continues to spread and the number of victims continues to grow. In Indonesia until February 16, 2021, the death rate due to COVID-19 reached 33,367 while in the Special Region of Yogyakarta it reached 595.

Purpose: This study aims to determine the relationship between the classification of signs and symptoms, age, sex, length of stay, comorbid and management with successful treatment of COVID-19 patients at Panti Rapih Hospital Yogyakarta 13 March 2020 to 16 October 2020.

Method: The method used is a cross-sectional quantitative method with the sampling technique used is non-probability sampling with a total sampling technique, namely 107 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and a sample of 81 with complete data.


Results: Most of the sample demographic data with mild symptoms (34.6%), age ≤60 years (76.5%), male gender (76.9%), length of stay> 14 days (56.8%), there were no comorbidities (59.3%), management according to guidelines (85.2%) and a success rate of 86.4%. The statistical test used was chi-square and fisher's test alternative test with a significant level of 0.05 where the results obtained the classification of signs and symptoms (p-value 0.003), age (p-value 0.017), gender (p-value 0.489), length of days treated. (p-value 0.049), comorbid (p-value 0.006) and management (p-value 0.355)

Conclusion: Signs and symptoms, age, length of stay, comorbid diseases have significant relationship with the successful handing of Covid-19 patienst at Panti Rapih Hospital, Yogyakarta.

Keywords: COVID-19, success, handling COVID-19