Background: Pulmonary TB is a chronic infectious disease affecting the lung tissue caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and the disease can lead to physical disability and social development and can affect the social and economic life of the patient. This study aims to determine the relationship of the effectiveness of the Supervisory Swallowing Drugs to the successful treatment of pulmonary TB patients in the region of Puskemas Padasuka Bandung. Methods: The study was a descriptive analytic research with cross-sectional approach. The population in this study are patients with TB BTA (+) which has been undergoing treatment PMO and 6 months with the number of 40 respondents using total sampling technique. This research was conducted in the working area Puskemas Padasuka Bandung 2014. Results: Of the 40 respondents most of which 31 (77.5%) effective in monitoring dope and 26 respondents (65%) managed (cured). The analysis shows no significant correlation between the effectiveness of a treatment supporter (PMO) to cure pulmonary tuberculosis patients (pvalue = 0.002, the value of POR = 9.341).Conclusion: there is a significant correlation between the effectiveness of the PMO with the successful treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis patients.