THE RISK OF OBESITY AND DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY IN 2-5 YEAR OLD STUNTED CHILDREN IN KANIGORO, SAPTOSARI, GUNUNG KIDUL, YOGYAKARTA

Rr Dewi, Ngaisyah and Siti, Wahyuningsih (2017) THE RISK OF OBESITY AND DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY IN 2-5 YEAR OLD STUNTED CHILDREN IN KANIGORO, SAPTOSARI, GUNUNG KIDUL, YOGYAKARTA. In: THE 4 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HEALTH SCIENCE 2017 “The Optimalization of Adolescent Health in The Era of SDGs”, INNA GARUDA HOTEL YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA.

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Abstract

Malnutrition has been known to be the disease burden of the world. Obesity in children has also shown a continuity to rise in tendency. This phenomenon happens to civilization with lower to lower-middle income. It was as stated by Basic Health Research/Riskesdas (2013), that the proportion of obese children in Indonesia was 11,9% and the number of stunted children has reached 35,6% prevalence. Milmanet al. (2015)suggested that stunted children have bigger risk to suffer obesity and several noninfectious diseases. The purposes of this research is to figure out the risk of obesity in 2-5 year old stunted children in Kanigoro, Saptosari, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta. This observational epidemiology analytic study used the case control approach. The study was conducted in Kanigoro, Saptosari, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta.The data was gathered from March to June, 2017. This study performed 1:1 case and control groups comparation, which was 22 cases to 22 controls. Purposive sampling techniques was applied. The data for risk of obesity was gathered by finding out the z-score values of weight/height, while the data for stunting was gathered by finding out the z-score value of height/age. The bivariate analysis used a chi square test with 0,05α. The result is a relationship between obesity and stunting or that stunting is a factor leading to obesity (pvalue 0,016).The data analysis showed OR = 4.66 (95% CI=1,299 – 16,761), which means that 2-5 year old children with stunting have 4 times risk to suffer obesity bigger than normal children. Suggestions: Future researchers are welcome to use this study as a reference to evoke the act of intervention to stunting reduction in 2-5 year old children, as the effect of obesity has begun since the early life. Keywords: Stunting, Obesity, Children

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences > School of Medicine
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email server@poltekkesjogja.ac.id
Date Deposited: 05 Dec 2017 01:02
Last Modified: 05 Dec 2017 01:02
URI: http://eprints.poltekkesjogja.ac.id/id/eprint/319

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