FAKTOR-FAKTOR RISIKO TERJADINYA PEMBESARAN PROSTAT JINAK (Studi kasus di RS dr. Kariadi, RS Roemani dan RSI Sultan Agung Semarang)

Amalia, Rizki (2007) FAKTOR-FAKTOR RISIKO TERJADINYA PEMBESARAN PROSTAT JINAK (Studi kasus di RS dr. Kariadi, RS Roemani dan RSI Sultan Agung Semarang). Masters thesis, PROGRAM PASCA SARJANA UNIVERSITAS DIPONEGORO.

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Background : Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a common disease of older men, characterized by overgrowth of the prostatic epithelium and fibromuscular tissue of the transition zone and periurethral area and by obstructive and irritative lower urinary tract symptoms. Autopsy data indicate that anatomic or microscopic evidence of BPH is present in 40% and 90% of men aged 50–60 and 80–90 y, respectively. Despite the significant effect on public health, the causes of BPH have received little attention. Identifying risk factors for BPH is crucial for understanding the etiology and for determining effective interventions or targeting strategies. Methods : Case control study is used in this study. BPH is diagnosed with USG examination. In control group was diagnosed with USG examination too, but not diagnose of BPH. Data were analyzed by univariate, bivariate analysis with chi square test and multivariate analysis with method of binary logistic regression. Results : This research showed that risk factors that Benign Prostatic Hiperplasia were age (OR = 6,27 ; 95% CI : 1,71-22,99 ; p = 0,006), family history (OR = 5,28 ; 95% CI : 1,78-15,69 ; p = 0,003), lack of fibrous food. (OR = 5,35 ; 95% CI : 1,91-14,99 ; p = 0,001) and smoking (OR = 3,95 ; 95% CI : 1,35-11,56 ; p = 0,012). Risk factors do not have an effect on to BPH is obesity (OR = 1,784 ; 95% CI : 0,799-3,987 ; p = 0,156), physical exercise (OR = 3,039 ; 95% CI : 1,363- 6,775 ; p = 0,006), Diabetes Mellitus (OR = 5,829 ; 95% CI : 1,803-18,838 ; p = 0,001), alcohol consumption (OR = 1,973 ; 95% CI : 0,821-4,744 ; p = 0,126). Individual probability to have risk BPH with those all risk factors above is 93,27 %. Background : Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a common disease of older men, characterized by overgrowth of the prostatic epithelium and fibromuscular tissue of the transition zone and periurethral area and by obstructive and irritative lower urinary tract symptoms. Autopsy data indicate that anatomic or microscopic evidence of BPH is present in 40% and 90% of men aged 50–60 and 80–90 y, respectively. Despite the significant effect on public health, the causes of BPH have received little attention. Identifying risk factors for BPH is crucial for understanding the etiology and for determining effective interventions or targeting strategies. Methods : Case control study is used in this study. BPH is diagnosed with USG examination. In control group was diagnosed with USG examination too, but not diagnose of BPH. Data were analyzed by univariate, bivariate analysis with chi square test and multivariate analysis with method of binary logistic regression. Results : This research showed that risk factors that Benign Prostatic Hiperplasia were age (OR = 6,27 ; 95% CI : 1,71-22,99 ; p = 0,006), family history (OR = 5,28 ; 95% CI : 1,78-15,69 ; p = 0,003), lack of fibrous food. (OR = 5,35 ; 95% CI : 1,91-14,99 ; p = 0,001) and smoking (OR = 3,95 ; 95% CI : 1,35-11,56 ; p = 0,012). Risk factors do not have an effect on to BPH is obesity (OR = 1,784 ; 95% CI : 0,799-3,987 ; p = 0,156), physical exercise (OR = 3,039 ; 95% CI : 1,363- 6,775 ; p = 0,006), Diabetes Mellitus (OR = 5,829 ; 95% CI : 1,803-18,838 ; p = 0,001), alcohol consumption (OR = 1,973 ; 95% CI : 0,821-4,744 ; p = 0,126). Individual probability to have risk BPH with those all risk factors above is 93,27 %.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine > RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Epidemiology
ID Code:19133
Deposited By:Mr UPT Perpus 5
Deposited On:06 Aug 2010 08:54
Last Modified:06 Aug 2010 08:54

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