Related Factors to the Self Efficacy Compliance of Drugs in Patients at Pelamonia Hospital Makassar

Muh. Basri, St. Rahmatia, Baharuddin K, Dedi Ari Taruk

Abstract


Tuberculosis is a contagious infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis which attacks the lungs and almost all other organs. Pulmonary tuberculosis became one of the targets in the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which became one of the main priorities of the Indonesian nation to accelerate human development and poverty eradication. Pulmonary TB entered at point 6 of the MDGs after the disease of HIV / AIDS and malaria. Targets are halving TB prevalence and deaths from pulmonary tuberculosis in 2015. The purpose of this study to determine factors associated with Self Efficacy Drug Compliance Drugs in Pulmonary TB Patients at RS. TK. II Pelamonia Makassar. Correlational method used in this study with cross sectional design. Purposive sampling using sampling and obtained 65 respondents in accordance with the inclusion criteria. Instrument or data collection tools used in the form of questionnaires and observation sheet. The data have been collected, processed and analyzed using the computer program Microsoft Excel and SPSS Statistics Program (Statistical Product and Service Solutions) 1 7 .0 version with simple linear regression test. The results of the bivariate analysis showed no relationship between experience Performance, Experience Vikarius, social Persuasion, Emotion and state compliance with the Drinking Drugs 01 R = 0.00. The conclusion of this study indicated that there is a relationship between experience Performance, Experience Vikarius, Social Persuasion, Emotion situation with Self Efficacy compliance Drink Drugs Pulmonary TB patients in the hospital. TK. II Pelamonia Makassar. 


Keywords


Tuberculosis; Compliance Drinking Drugs; Self Efficacy.

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