The objective of this study was to described 3-years survival of patients with HIV/AIDS based on non-compliance medication. This study used a retrospective cohort design at RSPI Prof. Dr. Sulianti Saroso in 2010-2012. The cumulative survival probability of patients with HIV/AIDS at RSPI Prof. dr. Sulianti Saroso in the second year (24th month) was 95.6% and the third year (in the 36th) was 91%. Probability 3-years survival patients with HIV/AIDS whom were adherence (97,6%) was higher than non-adherence (83,1%). Based on incompliance to appointment of taking drugs, probability 3-years survival among patient whom were compliance (93,8%) was also higher than incompliance (88,1%). Nonadherence to ART may caused a failure of the suppression on HIV viral, thus increase the possibility of HIV virus mutations that can lead to drug-resistant and ultimately increase the risk of death. Poor compliance to appointments of taking drugs in the first year also assumed the poor adherence of the next assignment to take drugs in the further, and show disobedience to ART, so it will increase the risk of death. Need to monitor coverage of medication adherence of patients with HIV/AIDS in a regular basis as the early warning on the risk of death among patients with HIV/AIDS.
|Journal||The Indonesian Journal of Infectious Disease|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|