Analysis of Factors Affecting Stunting Events in Underwrapped in Cempaka Velocity Mining Area Banjarbaru City In Year 2017

Husaini, Husaini and Marlinae, Lenie and Setyaningrum, Ratna and Rosadi, Dian and Wulandari, Anggun and Ulfah, Nida and Hastaniah, Hastaniah Analysis of Factors Affecting Stunting Events in Underwrapped in Cempaka Velocity Mining Area Banjarbaru City In Year 2017. In: International Seminar Development of Tropical Diseases Research Based on Wetland and Indonesian Local Wisdom, 3-5 November 2017, Banjarmasin.

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Abstract

Poor nutrition status can result in stunting in children. Children with stunting conditions, will become a human adult with low quality. If this condition occurs in children aged 0-2 years, then most likely the child can not reach the expected potential height, the child will experience brain development is not perfect. Based on riskesdas in 2013, prevalence of baduta stunting nationally is 37.2%, while prevalence of baduta stunting in South Kalimantan is 45%. Based on the results of research Rahayu, et al., (2013) in Cempaka, Banjarbaru found that prevalence baduta stunting is 50.9%. These data indicate that the stunting problem belongs to a very poor category of public health because of the prevalence of stunting at ≥ 40%. This research is an analytic observational study with cross-sectional approach. The subjects of this study were all children under five and parents of children under five living in the mining area of Cempaka Urban Village. The results showed that there was no correlation between father education, maternal education, maternal employment status, number of family member, income, with stunting incident in Toddler in Kelurahan Cempaka Kota Banjarbaru. As for suggestions that can be given is the need for monitoring the nutritional status of children under five with follow-up as a preventive form of stunting incidents, supplementary feeding for improved nutritional status, and stunted toddlers identified should receive more intensive attention from health workers. Keywords: stunting, education, employment, number of family members, income

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Depositing User: Mr Arief Mirathan
Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2019 02:42
Last Modified: 22 Mar 2019 02:42
URI: http://eprints.ulm.ac.id/id/eprint/5620

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