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FACTORS RELATED TO DO (DROPPED OUT) TO THE PEOPLE WITH PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS IN JAYAPURA CLINICS

Nurmia* and Kuswadi

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Background: Drop Out (DO) in people with Pulmonary TB is TB patients Pulmonary who did not take drugs and drink anti TB for two months in a row. Purpose: this research aims to know the factors associated with DO in people with Pulmonary TB Clinics in Jayapura. Method: This research use design research survey the analytic approach with a cross secsiona Study. The results: Pulmonary TB sufferers are mostly male (56%), age of productive (15-54) (93%), have a high school education level (49%) and work (56%). Factors related to DO in people with Pulmonary TB is drug side effects (p = 0.001), PMO support (p = 0.030), family support (p = 0, 001) and the motivation of sufferers (p = 0.000). Conclusion: Characteristics of pulmonary TB sufferers are mostly Pulmonary TB sufferers are men (56%), age of productive (15-54) (93%) had a high school education level (49%) and work (56%). There is a connection between drug side effects (p = 0.001), the distance from home to clinic (p = 0.030), PMO support (p = 0.017), family support (p = 0.001) and the motivation for medical treatment (p = 0.000) and DO in people with Pulmonary TB.

Keywords: Pulmonary TB, Drop Out, Clinics.


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