Correlation Between Gender, Age, Education Level, And Working Status with Anti-Tuberculosis Drug Uses (OATS) in Patients With Lung TB in Indonesia 2013

Setyaningrum, Ratna and Zubaedah, Tien and anhar, vina yulia (2018) Correlation Between Gender, Age, Education Level, And Working Status with Anti-Tuberculosis Drug Uses (OATS) in Patients With Lung TB in Indonesia 2013. International Journal of Chemical & Material Sciences (IJCMS), 1 (1). pp. 7-13.

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Abstract

Lung TB is still being a public health problem in the world. Lung TB disease many attack age group productive. Most of who are from the group socio-economic and low levels of education that low. The low coverage recovery rates have had a negative impact on public health program achievement and success because it still gives an opportunity for transmitting Lung TB to other members of the family and community around it. To achieve recovery required order or loyalty treatment for every patient. Loyalty patients in medication dose without consultation OATS influenced by many factors. This research aims to analyze factors which affect the (OATS) Anti Tuberculosis uses in patients with Lung TB in Indonesia (The 33 provinces at the consecutive Indonesia Fundamental Health Research Survey in 2013). This research used a non-interference study with cross-sectional approach. A sample of research is household’s members at the age of 15 consecutive that was diagnosed with Lung TB through inspection sputum and/or photo Lung by health workers through an interview. This research showed that most of pulmonary tuberculosis patients in the male gender (52.7%), the range of the largest age group of 35-44 years (21.3%), the highest educational level in the low educational level (73.9%), work status many in the working group (60.1%), and pulmonary tuberculosis patients more do not use OATS 60.4%. Logistic regression analysis test result shows, there is a significant correlation between genders, age, levels of education with the use of OATS. No significant relationship between working status in patients with Lungs TB and the use of OATS (p-value= 0.454). The characteristics patients with Lung TB (gender, age, levels of education) are the factors that influence significantly to this research and statistic, while status work is not significantly influenced in patients with Lung TB in Indonesia.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Depositing User: Mr Arief Mirathan
Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2019 02:31
Last Modified: 27 Mar 2020 00:57
URI: http://eprints.ulm.ac.id/id/eprint/5602

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