Compliance to health care management among clients with pulmonary tuberculosis in selected communities in Cavite

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Tuberculosis, Health Services Administration


This study utilized non-experimental, descriptive type of research. Fifty-one (51) respondents that participated from this study were from Bacoor, Imus, Dasmarinas, and Trece Martires. The sampling method used was purposive sampling using the researcher's knowledge about the population to select sample members. The instrument used in this study was self-made questionnaire designed for this specific problem. Data was analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, f-test, standard deviation and t-test. Based on the findings, the research concluded that (1) the compliance to Health Care Management among clients with PTB in selected communities (Bacoor, Imus, Dasmarians, and Trece) showed high compliance with score range of 2.55; (2) There was no significant difference in the compliance to Health Care Management of the respondents, when they were grouped according to age, gender, educational attainment, monthly income and support from significant others.

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