Cross-Cultural Adaptation Indonesia Pada Dynamic Gait Index(DGI)

Zulaeka, Nurul and , Taufik Eko Susilo, S.Fis., M.Sc (2023) Cross-Cultural Adaptation Indonesia Pada Dynamic Gait Index(DGI). Skripsi thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta.

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Background: Falls are a problem that is often found in the elderly. In Indonesia, 30% of the elderly population falls each year. The most common causes of falls are gait disturbances and decreased balance. The importance of knowing the risk of falling in the elderly is one of the preventions to reduce the occurrence of falls. The Dynamic Gait Index (DGI) is a measuring tool to test dynamic balance through 8 gait measurement items. Because the original DGI is in English, it is necessary to carry out Cross Cultural Adaptation (CCA) to minimize different interpretations. Purpose: This study aims to determine the CCA process in DGI and the existence of the Indonesian version of DGI can make it easier for medical personnel to measure the level of risk of falling in the elderly. Method: Translating from the original language into Indonesian, synthesizing the translation, translating back to the original language, and then reviewing it to obtain the final result. After translation, a pre-final test was carried out on 30 samples by using a non-probability sampling technique using purposive sampling method. Results: The pre-final test data in this study were given a validity test using the Pearson correlation test. The results obtained for each DGI item were correlated or had a relationship (p-value < 0.05). In item 1 the p-value = 0.042, and the other 7 items have a p-value = 0.000. Of the 8 DGI items, 4 of them have a strong correlation level with a correlation value (r) of 0.765 on item 2, item 5, value of r = 0.849; item 7 value r = 0.880; item 8 value r = 0.768. While the other three items have a very strong correlation level, and one item has a weak correlation level with a value of r = 0.374. Conclusion: The Indonesian version of DGI items that have been carried out by Cross Cultural Adaptation have a relationship or correlation for each test item. So that the Indonesian version of the DGI is declared valid to be given to the elderly in Indonesia.

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Cross Cultural Adaptation (CCA), Dynamic Gait Index (DGI), lansia
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
R Medicine > RH Physiotherapy
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan > Fisioterapi
Depositing User: NURUL ZULAEKA
Date Deposited: 20 Feb 2023 04:42
Last Modified: 20 Feb 2023 04:42

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