Asupan Zat Besi, Vitamin C dan Konsumsi Tablet Tambah Darah Berhubungan dengan Kejadian Anemia Remaja Putri SMPIT Majmaul Bahrain Bogor
The incidence of anemia in Indonesia is still quite high. Based on Riskesdas 2018, the prevalence of anemia in adolescents is 32%, meaning that 3-4 out of 10 adolescents suffer from anemia. Efforts that can be made to overcome the problem of anemia in school children are by consuming foods rich in iron. In adolescent girls who are anemic, 70–89% are found who do not to comply with the consumption of iron tablets. The objectives of this research are to analyze the correlation between iron, vitamin C intake and other factors with the prevalence of anemia in adolescent girls at SMP IT Majmaul Bahrain Tenjolaya Bogor. This study used a cross-sectional design. The minimum samples are 95 people of adolescent girls taken by consecutive sampling. The research variables were iron, vitamin C intake, compliance with iron suplementation tablet consumption and knowledge about anemia. Data collection using a questionnaire with interview techniques. Statistical analysis using the Chi-square test. The prevalence of anemia in adolescent girls in SMP IT Majmaul Bahrain is 54.7%. Most of the respondents have a low iron intake category (54.7%). Vitamin C intake was less (51.6%), as many as 62.3% of respondents are categorized as non-compliant in consuming iron tablets and 61.1% of respondents were in the knowledge-less category. Iron intake, vitamin C intake, adherence to iron supplementation tablet consumption and knowledge relate to prevalence of anemia in adolescent girls in SMP IT Majmaul Bahrain Tenjolaya Bogor.