Determinant of Incompliance Medication People with Tuberculosis Disease

Authors

  • Chilyatiz Zahroh1 , Nur Ainiyah1 , Nurus Saadah1 , Novita Nur Aini1 , I Ketut Sudiana2 , Ah. Yusuf3

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i1.13532

Keywords:

Tuberculosis, predisposing, reinforcing, enabling

Abstract

Indonesian Tuberculosis (Tb) case is the highest third rank in the world. It is caused by disobedience
in therapy. Three factors affect medication compliance include predisposing, reinforcing and enabling
factors. This research aims to analyzed factors that affects medication compliance in Indonesian Tb
patients. The study was analytical research. The population were 119 Tb patients in Surabaya Health care
center, Indonesia. Simple random sampling technique was used to take sample, consist of 93 respondents.
The variables of this study were predisposing factors, reinforcing factors and enabling factors. The data
was collected with questionnaires and analyzed with chi square test. The study showed that all factors
related to incompliance medication people with Tb, namely predisposing factors: knowledge, attitude,
belief (p=0.000), trust (p=0.013, and values (p=0.001); reinforcing factors: family support (p=0.034) and
healthcare personnel support (p=0.022); and enabling factors: healthcare facility (p=0.000) and physical
environment (p=.000). The determinants of incompliance medication people with Tb include predisposing
factors (knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, trust and values); reinforcing factors (family and healthcare personnel
support); and enabling factors (healthcare facility and environment). Tackling incompliance medication on
Tb should involve private sector, family sector, society/healthcare sector and government sector.

Author Biography

Chilyatiz Zahroh1 , Nur Ainiyah1 , Nurus Saadah1 , Novita Nur Aini1 , I Ketut Sudiana2 , Ah. Yusuf3

1
Lecturer, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Surabaya, Indonesia, 2Lecturer, Faculty
of Medicine, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia, 3
Lecturer, Faculty of Nursing, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

Published

2020-12-31

How to Cite

Chilyatiz Zahroh1 , Nur Ainiyah1 , Nurus Saadah1 , Novita Nur Aini1 , I Ketut Sudiana2 , Ah. Yusuf3. (2020). Determinant of Incompliance Medication People with Tuberculosis Disease. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(1), 909-914. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i1.13532

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