Pengaruh Rejimen terhadap Ketidakpatuhan Berobat Tuberkulosis

Rizka Nur Fadila, Pandu Riono

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Indonesia is one of five highest tuberculosis burden countries. Case finding and treatment are the main pillars of tuberculosis control program. National survey reported that the usage of nonstandarized regimen is increased from 16,8% (2010) to 55,6% (2013). Increase use of nonstandarized regimen is associated with poor adherence tuberculosis treatment. This study purposed to compare the poor adherence of tuberculosis treatment among people who received standarized regimen and people who received nonstandarized regimen. The study used secondary data of National Health Survey 2010. Analysis used multivariable logistic through 971 people who completed tuberculosis treatment. This study found that people who received nonstandarized regimen had higher poor adherence of tuberculosis treatment than people who received standarized regimen. The result also showed that the odds of not to complete the treatment was higher in people who received nonstandarized regimen than who received standarized regimen, adjusted OR was 2,4 (95% CI OR: 1,7-3,5). To assure the adherence to tuberculosis treatment is to strengthen tuberculosis treatment program; such as the availability of standarized regimen, the equality of standard tuberculosis treatment among public and private health services, and the system of observed treatment.
Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)107-112
JournalKesmas: National Public Health Journal
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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