Background and objective: Initial data from 15th November 2012 to 31st July 2015 indicated that there were 610 patients diagnosed with complicated non communicable diseases (NCDs), with 237 patients accounting for 38.85 percent whose NCD can be controlled to specific criteria. This study aimed to evaluate the factors leading to successful control of NCDs.
Methods: This was a descriptive study in patients treated during 1st August 2015 to 31st July 2017. Randomized studying 408 patient records and interviewing both over the phone and in person during home visiting.
Results: Random 199 patients there were diabetes mellitus 75 patients, hypertension 63 patients, dyslipidemia 56 patients and miscellaneous 5 patients. The three largest factors leading to successful control of NCDs were close care of the patient (OR 5.0, 95%CI 3.2 7.8), patient knowledge and outlook in studying the disease and medicine (OR 4.7, 95%CI 2.7 8.0), and proper storage of medicine (OR 2.5, 95%CI 1.6 - 4.0).
Conclusion : Three factors leading to successful control of NCDs are close care of the patient, patients knowledge and study in diseases and medication, and proper storage of medicine.