THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DRINKING MEDICINE MONITORING BY FAMILIES TOWARDS COMPLIANCE OF DIRECTLY OBSERVED THERAPY SHORTCOUSE PROGRAM (DOTS) IN TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS

Afandi, Alfid Tri and Hadi K, Enggal and Kusuma P, Putu Wira (2015) THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DRINKING MEDICINE MONITORING BY FAMILIES TOWARDS COMPLIANCE OF DIRECTLY OBSERVED THERAPY SHORTCOUSE PROGRAM (DOTS) IN TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS. In: The Proceeding of 6th International Nursing Conference: Emphasize the Art of Nursing on Research, Education into Clinical and Community Practice, November 16-17, 2015, Surabaya.

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DRINKING MEDICINE MONITORING BY FAMILIES TOWARDS COMPLIANCE OF DIRECTLY OBSERVED THERAPY SHORTCOUSE PROGRAM (DOTS) IN TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS.pdf

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Abstract

Introduction: Tuberculosis (TB) has become an important health problem in the world for a long time and up to this day it is still difficult to be controlled. Prevalence of TB in Indonesia is still very high in which this country positioned the fifth largest number of TB cases incident in the world (WHO, 2010) with one of the causes of non-compliance treatment of patients with TB that affect threat cases Multi Drug-Resistant TB (MDR-TB) and Extreme Drug-Resistance (XDR). This behavior can be caused by swallowing the drug ineffectiveness supervisory role (PMO) where most of appointment geared to family members rather than health workers. The purpose of this literature review is to explain the effectiveness of the supervisory role of taking medication to compliance DOTS program in lung tuberculosis patients. Method: The strategy for search research article is using the research article in Indonesian and English in accordance with the desired topic by using a data base that is easily accessible and recognized quality, among others: Proquest, Google Scholar, Ebsco, journals nurses, and portal Garuda. Literature review was limited from 2005 to 2015. The determination of the critical questions and keywords using techniques PICO framework Keywords used to find this article are Tuberculosis, adherence, DOTS, Treatment Observer Role of Family Members, family support, Prevention of TB, TB treatment. Results: Literature review took 17 journal articles between 2005 and 2015. Discussion: The conclusion of this literature review is the role of the supervisor to take medication is very effective in improving the compliance to run the DOTS program in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. Implications in nursing practice that can be done is to increase the supervisory role of the family to take medication to improve treatment compliance of TB patients. Supervisory Role in Drinking Drugs derived from a family member needs special attention in setting health policy, particularly in the DOTS policy because family members have an understanding that is not always similar to health professionals. In order to improve the effectiveness of Supervisory Role in Drinking Drugs (PMO) the elections of PMO coming from a family member can not be determined in general, but must have certain criteria that could help health workers in selecting worthy PMO for TB before treatment OAT concerned. Information about the disease can also be given to support patient compliance in running therapy and improve the regulatory knowledge to take medication so it wiil be in line with the established policy. Keywords: tuberculosis, DOTS, supervisory role in drinking drugs

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences > School of Medicine
Depositing User: Dimas Dwi Arbi
Date Deposited: 05 Jan 2017 03:07
Last Modified: 05 Jan 2017 03:07
URI: http://eprints.ners.unair.ac.id/id/eprint/453

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