STUDI LITERATUR ANALISIS EFEK SAMPING OBAT PADA PASIEN TUBERKULOSIS
Literature Study Analysis of Drug Side Effects on Tuberculosis Patients
Tuberculosis is a contagious disease caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The cause of tuberculosis treatment is often unsuccessful due to the emergence of drug side effects, which makes patients who experience drug side effects not adhering to treatment. This study aims to determine and identify any side effects that occur during treatment with OAT in tuberculosis patients. The research method used is literature study. The results showed that on average women who experienced drug side effects were women than men. The largest percentage of the body's organ systems that experience drug side effects are gastrointestinal, and the skin is the most common cause of adverse reactions. Common and dominant types of manifestations of drug side effects are nausea, itching, and lethargy. The majority of the score categories in this study obtained were in the "Maybe" category, and with the lowest "Certain" category. The side effects that you get depend on each individual, and not all individuals experience side effects due to the use of OAT.
Keywords: Drugs side effects, Antituberculosis drugs, Naranjo scale, tuberculosis.