Status Gizi pada Awal Kehamilan Studi di Kabupaten Demak (Maternal nutritional status at early pregnancy: A study at Kabupaten Demak)

Darmono, Darmono (2009) Status Gizi pada Awal Kehamilan Studi di Kabupaten Demak (Maternal nutritional status at early pregnancy: A study at Kabupaten Demak). Media Medika Indonesiana, 43 (6). pp. 317-321. ISSN 0126-1762

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Abstract

Introduction: Pregnant mother is an vulnerable group to health and nutrition. Most of them are anemic and malnourished. Anemia are due to iron, protein, vitamin A, Zn deficiency and to low availability in the food. The objective of the study was describe energy, protein, micronutrient intake in the early of pregnancy. The benefit of the study will be part of program evaluation. Methods: The designed of the study was a cohort study. Population of study were pregnant mother who visited health centre with <12 weeks of their pregnancy. They were healthy in term of clinical performance with Hb <12 g/dl. Total of samples were 34. Data collected were anthropometry, height, weight, arm circumference. Hematology test method was Coulter R HmX Hematology Analyzer with Autoloader and folic acid were assessed by RIA done in School of Medicine Diponegoro University Laboratory/ Kariadi Hospital. Results: Pregnant mother we young at age, 67.6% <30 years old. It was 70.6% were secondary graduate school. Their height was 79.4% <155 cm, weight 82.3% <55 kg. Their arm circumference was 91.2% <23.5 cm. About 64.7% had low protein serum, 61.8% with Hb <11 mg/dl. Energy and protein intake were deficit. Micronutrient intake was also deficit. CRP level was normal, although the status of sub clinical inflamation. Pregnant mother nutrition status was influenced by their household and individual food availability. Conclusions: Nutrition status at early pregnancy was unsatisfactory in most of the subjects. Nutrition education should be done before pregnancy.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Energy, protein, micronutrient intake, early pregnancy
Subjects:R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
R Medicine > RG Gynecology and obstetrics
Divisions:UNDIP Journal > Media Medika Indonesia
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:19131
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Deposited On:06 Aug 2010 08:51
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