Vol 5, No 1 (2010)

Maret 2010

Table of Contents

Articles

Mira Dewi, Ali Khomsan, Dadang Sukandar
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Kartika Musbyarini, Faisal Anwar, Cesilia Meti Dwiriani
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            The objectives of this research was to study social economy and body mass index of men and it’s correlation with risk factor of coronary heart disease in rural and urban of Bogor, West Java. The amount of samples were 100 adult men aged 25-39 of years. Samples were devided into two categories of expense which as < Rp 500.000/capita/month (low income) and ³ Rp 500.000/cap/month,- (high income). Results of this study showed that using independent t-test there was a significant difference between low income and high income samples in rural area in the case of family size, education level, income per capita, total expenditure, nutritional knowledge score and HDL cholesterol level. In urban area, we found significance difference in the case of family size, education level, income per capita, total expenditure, total cholesterol level, LDL and HDL cholesterol level between low income and high income samples. Spearman rank correlation test in rural area showed significance correlation between education level, income per capita, total expenditure, and nutritional knowledge score with HDL cholesterol level. Income per capita and total expenditure correlated significantly with total cholesterol level and BMI correlated significantly with level of triglyceride. Meanwhile, in urban area we found significant correlation between education level, total expenditure, nutritional knowledge score, and BMI with total cholesterol level. Education level and nutritional knowledge score correlated significantly with LDL cholesterol level, and BMI correlated significantly with level of triglyceride.

 

Key Words :      Social economy, body mass index, risk factor of coronary heart desease
Sri Anna Marliyati, Megawati Simanjuntak, Deni Surya Kencana
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Serum ferritin and hemoglobin concentration were used to iron deficiency anemia (IDA) tests over population. The prevalence of IDA prevalence in pregnant women were 18% over the world, 37.5% in Asia, and 46.5% in Bali. The iron supplementation that was administrated during pregnancy did not clinically proven to solve the problems. It was predicted that the IDA was existing before pregnant. So, the body iron store must be prepare before pregnancy period. This research aimed to know the serum ferritin and hemoglobin concentration in the new married women in Bali. The design of this research was descriptive cross sectional study and conducted at 276 new married women by multistage sampling method. Every participant was interviewed for characteristic data and taken blood sample to evaluate serum ferritin and hemoglobin. Serum ferritin and hemoglobin were examined by Immulite 2000 Ferritin and Sysmex SF-3000 and the data were analyzed by descriptive analysis. The mean of serum ferritin and hemoglobin concentration are 29.41±20.36 µg/dl and 11.35±0.92 g/dl. The serum ferritin level proportions 20-29 µg/dl, less than 20 µg/dl, and ≥100 µg/dl are 145 (51.9%), 130 (47.1%), and 1(0.4%), eventually. The hemoglobin value <12 g/dl was found in 36.2% population and amount 63.8% population with hemoglobin value ≥12 g/dl. According on iron status, the proportion of anemia was 23.6%, proportion of iron deficiency was 19.2% and proportion of IDA was 14.1%. Based on the result, ferritin in the new married women Bali was mostly low level but hemoglobin concentration was mostly normal. Although, they have problem in the proportion of iron deficiency, anemia and iron deficiency anemia, that were 19.2%, 23.6% and 14.1%, respectively. 

 

Key word: Serum ferritin and hemoglobin value, pre-pregnant women
Luh Seri Ani, Made Bakta, INT Suryadhi, IN Bagiada
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Sri Anna Marliyati, . Hardinsyah, Neysa Rucita
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Ikeu Tanziha, . Hardinsyah, Mewa Ariani
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Arina Rizkiana, Siti Madanijah, Yekti Hartati Effendi
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Didik Hariyadi, M. Rizal Damanik, Ikeu Ekayanti
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