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The Effect Of Counseling On The Adherence Of Therapeutic Hypertension Patients

Prihanti, Gita sekar and Sari, Novi Puspitasari and Septiani, Nur Indah and Tobing, Laura Putri Risty L. and Adrian, Annisa Rahayu and Ayu, Nihayatuz and Abidin, M. Zainul and Farid, Husni (2020) The Effect Of Counseling On The Adherence Of Therapeutic Hypertension Patients. Jurnal Keperawatan, 11 (2). pp. 140-151. ISSN 2443-0900

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Abstract

Introduction: Failure of therapy is a result of lousy adherence medication. Non-adherence to therapy is a significant factor that is suspected to result in uncontrolled blood pressure in hypertensive patients resulting in more severe complications. Therefore it is essential to increase the adherence rate of treatment in patients with hypertension in the treatment process. For this reason, the need for interventions to improve adherence with several aspects that can be changed. Method: This study uses One Group Pretest-Posttest Design using 100 samples. Data derived from questionnaires containing 25 items of adherence to therapy, five items of knowledge, four items of trust, three items of motivation, ten items of family support with nonparametric statistical tests used were Mc Nemar test. Mc Nemar test results indicate that there is a significant difference between adherence at the pre-test and the post-test after counseling with a significance value (p = 0,000). Results: The results also showed that there was a difference in knowledge with a significance value (p = 0.001), motivation with a value (p = 0.031), and family support with a value (p = 0,000). Education with counseling about knowledge, trust, motivation, and family support is effective in increasing compliance. There are other changeable factors such as lifestyle education, patient-doctor relationships, and the use of smartphone applications for self-reported therapy can improve adherence in patients, thereby minimizing therapy failure. Discussion: Other educational methods that can be used besides counseling are counseling and dissemination of social media information.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Counseling, Adherence medication, Hypertension
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine (11201)
Depositing User: atik Atik Yuliawati, S.Pd
Date Deposited: 09 Jun 2022 07:49
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2022 07:49
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/87761

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