Analisis Faktor Resiliensi Pasien Amputasi: A Systematic Review

M Ruli Maulana, Tintin Sukartini, Sylvia Dwi Wahyuni

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Background: Resilience is the ability of a person to be able to adapt positively and remain firm in dealing with life's problems. Someone who has a physical disability will certainly affect mental health. Therefore we need the ability to be able to adapt so that it can restore the quality of life. Objective: To analyze resilience factors in post-amputation patients. Method: The database used in this study is Scopus, SAGE, and Cambridge is limited to the last 5 years of publication from 2016 to 2020, full-text articles, and in English. The keywords used are "Resilience" AND "Factor AND Amputation". This systematic review uses 10 articles that fit the inclusion criteria. Results: From the 10 articles, it was found that there were several resilience factors in post-amputation patients, namely factors psychological factors such as the ability to hold emotions, physical factors, medical factors, coping adaptation factors, cognitive factors of flexibility (ability to solve problems), optimism factors, social support factors, environmental involvement factors in establishing positive relationships with others, love factors and family support, find meaning, goals and planning perspectives for the future, utilizing personal values and self character. High levels of resilience in post-amputation patients can overcome the threat to support the ability of individuals to adapt and develop positivel. Conclusion: there are several factors in increasing the resilience or resilience of patients after amputation so that they can get up quickly from adversity. Suggestion: Resilience can be used to help someone in dealing with and overcoming difficult situations and can be used to maintain and improve their quality of life.
Keywords: resilience; factor; amputation

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