Disobedience in Medication and Opportunistic Infection as Lead Factors to HIV/AIDS Mortality at Kencong Public Health Center, Jember

Santi, Maya Weka and Candramawa, Agni Candramawa and Deharja, Atma and Rachmawati, Ervina (2021) Disobedience in Medication and Opportunistic Infection as Lead Factors to HIV/AIDS Mortality at Kencong Public Health Center, Jember. Jurnal Aisyah: Jurnal Ilmu Kesehatan, 6 (1). pp. 97-102. ISSN 2502-9495

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Abstract

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is defined as a set of symptoms due to decreased immunity caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). One of the sub-district in Jember which has the highest HIV/AIDS mortality is Kencong with the death number was 55.88% by January-July 2019. The purpose of this research was to analyze related factors to HIV/AIDS mortality at Kencong Public Health Center. Data were collected from HIV/AIDS patients’ medical record documents with 51 samples consisting of 17 samples from the case group and 34 samples from the control group. Analysis data conducted by Chi-Square test using a case control approach. The results showed that there was a correlation between disobedience in medication and HIV/AIDS patients’ mortality, with p=0,00 and risk of death at 15,682 times OR (Odds Ratio). Likewise, there was a correlation between the patients’ opportunistic infection and the HIV/AIDS patients’ mortality, with p=0,004 and risk of death at 5,958 times OR. However, the variables of sex, age and level of education did not have any correlation with HIV/AIDS patients’ mortality. Kencong Public Health Office should encourage HIV/AIDS patients to improve medication adherence so can reduce the chance of opportunistic infections.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: 340 - Rumpun Ilmu Kesehatan > 350 - Ilmu Kesehatan Umum > 351 - Kesehatan Masyarakat
Divisions: Jurusan Kesehatan > Prodi D4 Rekam Medik > Publikasi (Reward)
Depositing User: Maya Weka Santi
Date Deposited: 19 Apr 2021 04:08
Last Modified: 19 Apr 2021 04:08
URI: https://sipora.polije.ac.id/id/eprint/4203

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