Factors affecting The Occurrence of Tuberculosis Destroyed Lung
Keywords:Tuberculosis Lung, Destroyed Lung, cigarette smoking
Introduction: Pulmonary Tuberculosis (TB) disease remains a public health. In recent years, the prevalence
of TB has increase. Dangerous complication of Pulmonary TB can destroy lungs. In 83.3% cases of
destroyed lung, the patient are found to have a history of pulmonary tuberculosis. Objective: The aimed
of this study was to identify factors affecting the occurrence of Tuberculosis Destroyed Lung in Lampung
Province, Indonesia in 2017. Method: This study is an analytic observation with a case control design. The
sample were obtained through total sampling. Primary and secondary data were obtained from interview
and medical records. The samples were taken from 64 patients in several hospitals in Lampung, Indonesia.
Results: The results showed the relationship between age with destroyed lung (p = 0.897), gender with
destroyed lung (p = 0.511), education level with destroyed lung (p = 0.754), occupation with destroyed lung
(p = 0.060), income with destroyed lung (p = 0.482), cigarette smoking with destroyed lung (p = 0.013),
and the presence of multiple diseases with destroyed lung (p = 0.748). Conclusions: There is a significant
relationship between Cigarette Smoking to the incidence of destroyed lung.
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