Hubungan antara lingkar kepala, status gizi, dan asupan zat besi (Fe) dengan perkembangan motorik anak usia 6-24 bulan

Aulia Rohmanita Gesang, Aulia Rohmanita Gesang (2009) Hubungan antara lingkar kepala, status gizi, dan asupan zat besi (Fe) dengan perkembangan motorik anak usia 6-24 bulan. Undergraduate thesis, Program Studi Ilmu Gizi .

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Abstract

Background: Motor development is a development to control body movement through coordinated activities among central nervous system, nervous, and muscles. The motor development is effected by some factors such as head circumference, nutritional status, and iron intake (Fe). Child development need to find the attention because there is critical time which is need to get beneficial stimulate to improve the potential. The critical life time potential is the first of two years life period. Objective: The purpose of this research was to examine the associations between head circumference, nutritional status and Iron intake (Fe) with Children’s motor development aged 6-24 months. Metodh: The research design is cross sectional with the sample of 64 children that taken by purposive sampling. Head circumference data and nutritional status gathered by anthropometric measuring. The data Iron intake is gathered by interview using questioner on food frequency semi quantitative. Children’s motor development is measured by using the health ministry Development Pre Screening Questioner. Nutritional status is presented in the index of HAZ, WAZ, and WHZ based on WHO-NCHS. Those data was analized with the test of rank Spearman. Result: The lowest score of children’s motor development is 6 and the highest is 10. 46 children (71,9%) had normal motor development, 17 children (26,6%) had recontrolled, and 1 child (1,6%) had reconciled. Head circumference and nutritional status (HAZ,WAZ,WHZ) had no associations with children’s motor development (p>0,05). Iron intake had association with children’s motor development (r=0,470;p=0,000). Conclusion: Iron intake (Fe) had association with the children’s motor development aged 6-24 months.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Head circumference, nutritional status, iron intake (Fe), motor development.
Subjects:R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nutrition Science
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nutrition Science
ID Code:25648
Deposited By:Dian Widanarta
Deposited On:17 Jan 2011 10:05
Last Modified:17 Jan 2011 10:05

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