Dwi Tyastuti

Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah, Indonesia

Title: Secondary Data Analysis for Assessing Mortality and Morbidity of Indonesian Pilgrims with Diabetes during Mecca Pilgrimage


Background: Diabetic pilgrims are 4.3 times more likely to die than non-diabetic pilgrims. All Muslims want to be able to make a Mecca pilgrimage, but Indonesian Muslims have to wait a long time. Indonesian pilgrims spend 42 days in Saudi Arabia, with a peak trip of 7 days. The purpose of this study is to examine secondary data to assess the morbidity and mortality of Indonesian pilgrims with diabetes during pilgrimage. Method: This is a secondary data analysis study using the application of Indonesia's Mecca Pilgrimage Medical System (abbreviated as SISKOHATKES). The survey sample was 632 pilgrims on


Dwi Tyatuti has completed his PHD at University of Tokyo, Japan in 2014 and working at Univesitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah as a lecturer  of Faculty Medicine. My interest research in interprofessional education, community medicine, and in mass gathering.