The Multivariate Analysis Of Health Determinants On Compliance With Drug Drinking In Hypertension Patients At Pratama Mitra Clinic 02
Keywords:family support, self efficacy, hypertension, trust and compliance
Hypertension has a high prevalence rate in the general population, despite the wide availability of drugs, only about 25% of hypertension patients have blood pressure controlled. The purpose of this research was to analyze the effect, self-efficacy, family support and trust on medication adherence to hypertension patients at Pratama Mitra Clinic 02. The design of this research was an observational quantitative with a cross sectional approach with the focus of the research being to analyze the effect, self efficacy, family support and trust in medication adherence to hypertension patients at Pratama Mitra Clinic 02 with a population of 164 respondents and a sample of 116 respondents who were taken using the Accidental Sampling technique. The findings showed that almost half of the respondents had moderate self-efficacy as many as 47 respondents (40.5%). Almost of the respondents had sufficient family support as many as 47 respondents (40.5%). Almost half of respondents have confidence in drugs in the moderate category as many as 48 respondents (41.4%). Most of the respondents did not comply with hypertension drugs as many as 85 respondents (73.3%). Based on the results of the Multiple Linear Regression analysis, it shows that with a p-value of 0.000 <0.05, H1 is accepted, so it can be concluded that simultaneously there is an effect of self-efficacy, family support and trust on medication adherence to hypertension patients at Pratama Mitra Clinic 02 with an influence of 80.1%. Hypertensive patients can adhere to the drugs given by health workers, which drugs should be consumed until they run out according to schedule and routinely control the health facilities that were used before.