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Table 2 Risk factors for poor adherence

From: Adherence to isoniazid preventive therapy in Indonesian children: A quantitative and qualitative investigation

Variable Good adherence
N = 21 (%)
Poor adherence N = 61 (%) OR (95% CI) P-value
Medication consumption barriers
Age (months)
0-24 9 (43) 30 (49) 1  
25-60 12 (57) 31 (51) 0.78 (0.29-2.11) 0.62
Symptoms at baseline
No 14 (67) 42 (69) 1  
Yes 7 (33) 19 (31) 0.90 (0.31-2.60) 0.85
Experienced side effects
No 17 (81) 15 (88) 1  
Yes 4 (19) 2 (12) 1.76 (0.28-11.04) 0.54
Experienced any problem
No 18 (86) 15 (79) 1  
Yes 3 (14) 4 (21) 1.60 (0.31-8.30) 0.58
Medication collection barriers
Income index (Rupiah)
0-100,000 1 (6) 8 (16) 1  
> 100,000 17 (94) 42 (84) 0.30 (0.04-2.66) 0.29
Travel time to clinic (minutes)
0-30 11 (52) 33 (54) 1  
> 30 10 (48) 28 (56) 0.93 (0.35-2.52) 0.89
Transport cost (Rupiah)
0-10,000 16 (76) 30 (49) 1  
> 11,000 5 (23) 31 (51) 3.31 (1.08-10.16) 0.04
Medication cost (Rupiah)*
0-9,000 0 (0) 8 (50) 1  
> 10000 2 (100) 8 (50) 20.00 (2.74-414.45) 0.00
  1. * 0.5 used in place of 0 to calculate OR.
  2. Indonesian Rupiah (IRP) 10,000 = 1USD