TB Lungs: A Case Study

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A. Gender
Gender is closely related to the occurrence of TB Lungs. According to Ismen MD (2000) in Chandra Wibowo et al (2004) or in the developed countries must be obtained a man's risk of contracting the contact more than in women.
Based on data Riskesdas TB Lung in 2013, many Indonesian attack in the male as much as 52.7 percent. Multiple regression analysis result logistic shows that the gender significantly exceed OATS in patients with TB use Lung (p=0.000). The odd ratio of 1.354 showed that patients with TB Lungs with gender men 1.354 times to use OATS that patients with TB Lungs with gender women.
A number of reasons women are not diagnosed properly or did not receive adequate treatment (1):
a. There is no time, because his workloads
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Age Age is the variables that is always observed in the investigation. In general age very young and old age more vulnerable or less immune to certain diseases as the group has a body resistant is less (11). In genesis TB Lung, until the age puberty between male and female did not show the difference genesis TB Lungs. But after passing through age puberty to adults there are differences in a mixed in various countries. TB Lung in Indonesia many attack on productive ages (35-44 years) as much as 21.3 percent. This is because at the age productive people tend to have a high mobility so that it is possible for TB germs have been exposed to more than (12). Multiple regression analysis result logistics in that age significantly influenced to use OATS in patients with TB Lung (p=0.000). If seen from the odd ratio, showed that the use OATS in patients with TB Lungs with young age 0.822 times to use OATS compared to using OATS in patients with TB Lung old age.
Age is one of the characteristics of the great page. Age have a relationship with a high risk keterpaparan, the amount, and nature of resistance. Different experiences to the problem health/disease and decision-making is influenced by age ndividu. According to Bart (1994) said that the age-old/go tend to follow advice doctors, which have a sense of responsibility, which, however,, more carefully, which have high moral standards and more kindness from at a young age
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Levels of education
Levels of education patients with TB Lung in most categories in low of 73.9 percent. Multiple regression analysis result logistics in that age variables affect the use OATS in patients with TB Lung (p=0.000). Based on the odd ratio, showed that the use OATS in patients with TB Lungs with low levels of education 1.185 times to use OATS compared to using OATS in patients with TB Lungs with higher education.
More than levels of education is not always accompanied by the better compliance level drink the medicine. This was not forever patients with low education level knowledge about TB Lung low and not all that educated than have the knowledge that was about TB Lungs. Thus, the police officials need to always provide information on how to take medicine and for how long treatment that should be followed by patients, each delivered drugs to patients (14). In addition, compliance is influenced by factors information received by respondents. This time there has been advertisements that provides information about the importance treatment for tuberculosis free on the television, radio, and leaflets in the Community Health Center and banners. Thus electronic media and print many to provide information to
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