FACTOR RELATED TO HYPERTENSION DIET COMPLIANCE IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS IN THE WORKING AREA OF THE BATUCEPER HEALTH CENTER TANGERANG CITY
Background: Hypertensive patients must always adhere to a hypertensive diet. A person's compliance can be influenced by many factors, some of which will be examined in this study. Purpose: Find out more about factors related to hypertension dietary compliance. : Method: This type of research is an analytical survey with a cross-sectional approach. The nonprobability sampling technique uses an accidental sampling method so that 87 samples are obtained. This study used univariate, and bivariate analysis using chi-square and multivariate using logistic regression. Results: The chi-square test found that the level of knowledge had a p-value of 0.018, age had a p-value of 0.771, gender had a p-value of 0.992, level of education had a p-value of 0.023, work had a p-value of 0.688 and family social support had a p-value of 0.007. The most dominant factor associated with dietary adherence to hypertension was family support with a p-value of 0.031 on multiple logistic regression tests and OR = 3.004. Conclusion: Factors related to adherence to a hypertension diet in the working area of the Batuceper Health Center, Tangerang City, are level of knowledge, education, and family social support, with the most dominant factor being family social support.