Adherence Study of Outpatient with Diabetes Mellitus in Sidoarjo District General Hospital

efer momento, Angelica Kresnamurti, Dyah Ayu Febiyanti

Abstract


Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disease which is a collection of symptoms that arise because of increase of a person's blood glucose levels above normal values and requires regular treatment. Patient adherence is very important to reduce the risk of the occurrence of complications in diabetes mellitus patient. This research aims to determine the patient adherence in taking diabetes medication with two different methods, namely Pill count and MMAS-8, as well as see correlation between the two methods. The method of this research is using cross sectional with non-probability sampling methods, conducted on 21 outpatients in Sidoarjo Hospital. Based on the results of the study, adherence measurement using pill count was obtained 14 respondents adherent (66.67%) and non-adherent respondents was 7 (33.33%), while the result of MMAS-8 method was 8 respondents (38.10%) with high adherence, 10 respondents (47.62%) with intermediate adherence and 3 respondents (14.29%) with poor adherence. Comparison between methods of pill count and MMAS-8 carried out using the SPSS statistical program, and obtained results by as much as 50% has the value expected count less than 5, so it does not qualify to do test chi square (χ2). Therefore, the fisher exact test was done as the alternative way by viewing the exact-sig value in the column fisher exact-test and obtained the value of 0.247 with a significance value of 0.05 so there was no correlation between the measurements result of adherence with the method MMAS-8 and pill count.


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Diabetes mellitus, Pill count, MMAS-8

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