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Pengaruh pijat bayi terhadap kenaikan berat badan bayi umur 4 bulan Shoim, Mohammad; Prawirohartono, Endy Paryanto; Julia, Madarina
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 3, No 2 (2006): November
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Background: Optimum growth and development reflect the interaction among genetics, environments, attitude factors, and positive stimulations. The positive effect of massage on infant growth has long been recognized, but research on this phenomenon has not much been performed. The growth faltering in children begins at 1-6 months of age in Indonesia.Objective: To identify the effect of massage toward weight gain in infants of 4 months old.Method: The study was quasi-experimental with 2 groups of posttest design. The subjects were infants of 4 months old that were born in two hospitals. Those who were born in one hospital were selected as the control group and the rest were selected as the treatment group. The massage was performed twice a week for four weeks. The data of weight, food intake, illness were collected once a week, whereas the data of mothers’ knowledge and attitude toward breast milk were gathered once during the research period.Results: There was a significant effect of massage on weight gain. The median weight gain of the control group and treatment group were 0.40 kg (Q1=0.35; Q3=0.40) and 0.60 kg (Q1=0.50; Q3=0.70) respectively. The massage also affected the waz (weight for age Z-scores) where the median difference of waz at the beginning and the end of the study of the control group was –0.27 (Q1=-0.34; Q3=-0.23), whereas in the treatment group was -0.03 (Q1=-0.13; Q3=0.09). It meant that control group faced the growth faltering of –0.27 SD waz in a month and treatment group did it for –0.03 SD waz in a month.Conclusion: Infants who got massage treatment had higher weight gain than those who did not.
Hubungan keparahan karies gigi dengan konsumsi zat gizi dan status gizi anak sekolah dasar di Kecamatan Lhoknga Kabupaten Aceh Besar Junaidi, Junaidi; Julia, Madarina; Hendratini, Julita
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 4, No 2 (2007): November
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Background: The prevalence of dental caries in children is high. Caries may prevent children from properly digest food, which is then impair nutritional intake and cause malnutrition.Objectives: To assess the relation between the severity of dental caries with nutritional status and nutrient intake of 8-10 years old school children, in the sub district of Lhoknga, Aceh Besar, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam.Methods: This was a case-control study of 54 undernourished children as cases compared to 54 well-nourished children matched for age as control. The severity of dental caries was assessed by a dentist using a caries severity index used by the WHO.Results: The prevalence of dental caries in undernourished children was 90.7%, while in well-nourished children was 54.7%. The odds ratio (95% CI) for having dental caries in malnourished children was 7.3 (2.2-26.6), p<0,001. Compared to children without caries, the odds (95% CI) for undernourished in children suffering from severe dental caries was 10.3 (3.2-38.5). Dental caries was associated with lower intake of energy. The relative risk (95% CI) for children with severe caries to have inadequate energy intake was 4.9 (1.7–14.7), p<0.001.Conclusions: Nutritional status was associated with the severity of dental caries. Children with severe dental caries had lower energy intake.
Comparison of daily vs. weekly single-dose ferrous sulphate treatment in female junior high students with iron deficiency anemia Dedy Afandi, Sri Mulatsih, Madarina Julia
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 41, No 01 (2009)
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Background: Complianc~ of daily treatment of iron deficiency anemia in children is still low. The compliance will be increased if the iron supplementation is given weekly. Previous study showed that there was no significant difference in the increase in hemoglobin level between daily and weekly treatment in prepubertal children. Objective: To study the difference in the increase in hemoglobin and serum ferritin levels between daily and weekly sirigle-dose treatment of ferrous sulphate in female junior high school students with iron deficiency anemia after menarche. Methods: This was a quasi-experimental study recruiting 179 and 174 anemic female students in the weekly and daily group, respectively. They receive weekly or daily single-dose of ferrous sulphate capsules. Hemoglobin levels were measured before and after the 12 weeks treatment, while serum ferritin levels were measured before and after in a subset of the study subjects. Result: Mean:t SD levels of hemoglobin before and after iron supplementation were 11.18:1: 0.51 and 12.79:t0.63 g/dl (p=0.001) in the weekly group, and 11.17:1:0.61 and 12.68:1:0.57 g/dl (p=0.001) in the daily group. Mean:l: SD levels of ferritin before and after iron supplementation were 6.95:1: 1.85 and 41.5:1:33.93 ng/ml (p=0.001) in the weekly group, and 6.61 :1:2.17 and 40.7:1:22.73 ng/ml (p=0.001) in the daily group. The prevalence of anemia after supplementation is similar in both groups, i.e. 6.7% in the weekly group and 8.0% in the daily group (p = 0.631. There were no significance difference in the occurrence of side effects of diarrhea and nausea in both groups (p>0.05). Conclusion: This study concluded that daily vs. weekly ferrous sulphate supplementation did not result in significantly different level of both hemoglobin and serum ferritin after treatment. The difference in the occurrence of side effects was also not statistically significant. Key words: anemia iron deficiency - hemoglobin level - serum ferritin level - ferrous sulphate
Comparison of daily vs. weekly single-dose ferrous sulphate treatment in female junior high students with iron deficiency anemia Madarina Julia, Dedy Afandi, Sri Mulatsih,
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 41, No 01 (2009)
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Background: Complianc~ of daily treatment of iron deficiency anemia in children is still low. The compliance will be increased if the iron supplementation is given weekly. Previous study showed that there was no significant difference in the increase in hemoglobin level between daily and weekly treatment in prepubertal children. Objective: To study the difference in the increase in hemoglobin and serum ferritin levels between daily and weekly sirigle-dose treatment of ferrous sulphate in female junior high school students with iron deficiency anemia after menarche. Methods: This was a quasi-experimental study recruiting 179 and 174 anemic female students in the weekly and daily group, respectively. They receive weekly or daily single-dose of ferrous sulphate capsules. Hemoglobin levels were measured before and after the 12 weeks treatment, while serum ferritin levels were measured before and after in a subset of the study subjects. Result: Mean:t SD levels of hemoglobin before and after iron supplementation were 11.18:1: 0.51 and 12.79:t0.63 g/dl (p=0.001) in the weekly group, and 11.17:1:0.61 and 12.68:1:0.57 g/dl (p=0.001) in the daily group. Mean:l: SD levels of ferritin before and after iron supplementation were 6.95:1: 1.85 and 41.5:1:33.93 ng/ml (p=0.001) in the weekly group, and 6.61 :1:2.17 and 40.7:1:22.73 ng/ml (p=0.001) in the daily group. The prevalence of anemia after supplementation is similar in both groups, i.e. 6.7% in the weekly group and 8.0% in the daily group (p = 0.631. There were no significance difference in the occurrence of side effects of diarrhea and nausea in both groups (p&gt;0.05). Conclusion: This study concluded that daily vs. weekly ferrous sulphate supplementation did not result in significantly different level of both hemoglobin and serum ferritin after treatment. The difference in the occurrence of side effects was also not statistically significant. Key words: anemia iron deficiency - hemoglobin level - serum ferritin level - ferrous sulphate
Diabetes mellitus type 1 in congenital rubella syndrome: a case report E.S. Herini, Carina Lisa Madarina Julia
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 40, No 04 (2008)
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Corina Lisa, Madarina Julia, E.S. Herini . Diabetes Mellitus Type 7 in Congenital Rubella SyndromeDiabetes mellitus type 1 has been reported as a very rare delayed manifestation of congenital rubella syndrome. We reported a confirmed case of congenital rubella syndrome that developed diabetes mellitus at the age of seven years. The girl had been complaining of diabetes symptoms since six months before admission, but had been misdiagnosed. The patient finally came with symptoms of diabetic ketoacidosis, a life threatening complication of diabetes mellitus. Diabetes mellitus type 1 as a delayed manifestation of congenital rubella syndrome has to be kept in mind to prevent missing the diagnosis.Key words: rubella infection - congenital rubella syndrome - diabetes mellitus type 1ABSTRAKCorina Lisa, Madarina Julia, E.S. Herini - Diabetes Mellitus Tipe 7 pada Sindroma Rubella KongenitalDiabetes melitus adalah salah satu manifestasi lambat sindrom rubella kongenital yang jarang, tetapi perlu diwaspadai. Kami melaporkan satu kasus sindrom rubela kongenital yang mengalami diabetes melitus tipe 1 pad a usia 7 tahun. Meskipun gejala diabetes telah dikeluhkan sejak enam bulan sebelum masuk rumah sakit, penyakit diabetes tetap tidak terdiagnosis. Penderita akhirnya datang dengan gejala dan tanda ketosidosis diabetikum, suatu komplikasi diabetes mellitus yang mengancam jiwa. Manifestasi lambat sindrom rubella yang berupa diabetes mellitus tipe I harus diwaspadai untuk mencegah tidak terdiagnosanya penyakit tersebut.
The association of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) rs2922126 within ghrelin and growth hormone secretagogue receptor 1a (GHSR1a) gene with insulin resistance in obese female adolescents in Yogyakarta Special Region Madarina Julia, Cut Gina Inggriyani Rina Susilowati
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 44, No 02 (2012)
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Previous study reported that among 79 obese female adolescents in Yogyakarta Special Region, 44 (55.7%) of them have insulin resistance. However, no significant differences on dietary habits and physical activity between the obese female who have insulin resistance and thosewho are insulin sensitive were observed. Therefore, it was thought that genetic factors are involved in the occurrence of insulin resistance. Ghrelin and growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHSR) genes have been associated with the insulin signaling pathway with implicationsin insulin resistance. The study aimed to analyze the association between SNP (single nucleotid polymorphism) rs2922126 in GHSR1a gene with insulin resistance in obese female adolescents in Yogyakarta Special Region. Seventy eight obese female adolescents who were selected in theprevious study were involved in this study. Secondary data including name of subjects, age, body height, body weight, BMI (body mass index), fasting glucose level, fasting insulin level, waist circumference and HOMA-IR index were obtained from previous study. Polymerase Chai Reaction (PCR) and Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (RFLP) methods were used to the genotype analysis of SNP rs2922126. Chi-square test was used to calculate odds ratio on genotype and allele of SNP rs2922126 GHSR1a gene in insulin resistance and insulin sensitive groups. The results showed that A/A genotype individuals in SNP rs2922126 had higher risk to develop insulin resistance, compared to A/T and T/T genotypes individuals (OR: 2.03; 95%CI: 0.54-7.57). However, it was not significantly different (p&gt;0.05). Individuals with A/A genotype and A allele carriers at SNP rs2922126 tended to have a higher value of BMI, fasting glucose level, fasting insulin level, HOMA-IR, and waist circumference compared to other carriers, althoughit was not significant (p&gt;0.05). It can be concluded that SNP rs2922126 in GHSR1a gene is not associated with insulin resistance in obese female adolescents in Yogyakarta Special Region.Keywords: GHSR1a gene - SNP rs2922126 - insulin resistance - female - obese
Hormonal contraception as a risk factor for obesity Julia, Madarina; Hadi, Hamam; Sugiharti, Sri
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 14, No 3 (2005): July-September
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Hormonal contraception is related to change in the metabolism of some nutrients that may lead to an increase in body weight. The aims of this study is to assess the risk of obesity in hormonal contraceptive users in the District of Kulon Progo, Jogjakarta, Indonesia. A cross sectional study was used to determine the prevalence of obesity among users of contraception. A systematic cluster random sampling, using villages as clusters, was used to choose 647 users of contraception in Kulon Progo.  A hundred and two obese cases and 102 control, matched-for-age and socioeconomic status, controls were included in the case control study used to evaluate the risk of obesity among users of hormonal contraception. The prevalence of obesity among users of contraception in Kulon Progo was 15.9%. Users of hormonal contraception has a increased risk for obesity, OR: 9.4 (95% CI: 1.1 – 81.5). Users of combination pills faced the highest risk, followed by users of injected progesterone depot, while the risk in implant users was the same as that in users of non-hormonal contraception. The risk of obesity was significantly higher after 7 years of hormonal contraception use. The risk of obesity was neither related to energy intake nor expenditure. The increased risk of obesity in users of hormonal contraception was still significant after controlling for age, parity, initial weight, socioeconomic status, energy intake and expenditure, and parental obesity. We conclude that the risk of obesity is higher in users of hormonal contraception compared to the non-hormonal ones. Users of combination pills face the highest risk of obesity. (Med J Indones 2005; 14: 163-8)Keywords: hormonal contraception, family planning, obesity, case control study
Wilms tumor associated with Cushing s syndrome - A case report Madarina Julia, Madarina Julia
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 29, No 04 (1997)
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Ectopic ACTH syndrome associated with Wilms tumor is ver
Hubungan antara pola konsumsi gluten dan kasein dengan skor CARS (childhood autism rating scale) pada anak ASD (autistic spectrum disorder) Rahmawati, Rahmawati; Sunartini, Sunartini; Julia, Madarina
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 3, No 1 (2006): Juli
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Background: The worldwide prevalence of ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) during the last few years is increasing. The association between diet free of gluten and casein and improvement of autistic behaviors is still under questions.Objective: To study the association between the consump6tion of gluten and casein and the score of Childhood Autistic Rating Scale (CARS) in children with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder). The study also aimed at understanding mothers’ attitude toward the diet.Methods: This was a cross sectional study on 10 mothers of children suffering from ASD in a clinic in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. A dietician measured the consumptions of gluten and casein with scored food frequency questionnaire while experts in the clinic measured CARS. In-depth interviews were performed to capture the mothers’ attitude toward the diet.Result: There was a decrease in the mean score of consumption of gluten and casein before and after diagnoses of ASD, mean difference of 156.6 (125.2; 187.9), p<0.001). There was no significant correlation between the consumption score of gluten and casein and the decrease in the score of CARS (r= 0.274, p= 0.82). Mothers thought diet free of gluten and casein was associated with improvement of behaviors.Conclusion: Consumption of gluten and casein decreased after diagnosis of ASD. Mothers think diet free of gluten and casein improved their children’s behaviors.
Body mass index and waist-to-height ratio cut-offs as predictors of high blood pressure in adolescents Julia, Madarina; Nurani, Neti; Febriana, Kurnia
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 24, No 1 (2015): March
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Background: Obesity is associated with increased risk for high blood pressure (BP). Although a routine BP measurement is indicated for all children visiting pediatric practice, recognition of children particularly at risk may save times. The aim of this study was to assess the cut-off point for body mass index (BMI) and waist-to-height ratio (WHtR) to predict high BP in adolescents. Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional study on 928 children aged 11 to 16 years in Yogyakarta. BP were measured using standard technique described by The Fourth Report on The Diagnosis, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure in Children and Adolescents. BMI was adjusted for age and sex using the WHO 2007 growth reference. WHtR was ratio of waist circumference related to height in centimeters. Receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curves were used to estimate the best cut-offs. Results: The best cut-off point for BMI-for-age Z-score (BMIZ) to predict high BP was 0.51 with sensitivity and specificity of 82% (95% CI = 78-86) and 76% (95% CI = 67-78) for systolic BP and sensitivity and specificity of 82% (95% CI = 78-86) and 72% (95% CI = 68-76) for diastolic BP. The best cut-off point for WHtR was 0.45, with sensitivity of 76% (95% CI = 67-78) and specificity of 74% (95% CI = 71-79) for systolic BP and sensitivity of 76% (95% CI = 72-80) and specificity of 70% (95% CI = 61-75) for diastolic BP.Conclusion: BMIZ of 0.51 and WHtR of 0.45 are the best cut-off point to predict high BP in adolescents.
Co-Authors A.A. Ketut Agung Cahyawan W Achmad Surjono Adhila Fayasari Agustini Utari Ahmad Husain Asdie Ahmad Husain Asdie Ahmad Husain Asdie Almira Sitasari Aman B Pulungan Andi Imam Arundhana Ari Tri Astuti, Ari Tri Arief Priambodo Astuti, Lucia Mawarti Dwi Attika A. Andarie Basuki, Siswanto Cerdasari, Carissa Dewi Astiti Diadra Annisa Dio Biade Djaswadi Dasuki Djaswadi Dasuki Djauhar Ismail Ekawaty L. Haksari Emy Huriyati Endang Baliarti Endy P. Prawirohartono Endy Paryanto Prawirohartono, Endy Paryanto Eni Harmayani Esti Nurwanti Farida Wahyu Ningtyas Farida Wahyu Ningtyias, Farida Wahyu Fitri Haryanti Frida Soesanti Gambir, Jurianto Gunawan, I Made Alit H. A. Delemarre-van de Waal HA Delemarrevan de Waal Hamam Hadi Hamam Hadi Handayani Handayani Harry Freitag Luglio Muhammad Helmyati, Siti Hendratini, Julita Hizni, Alina I Made Alit Gunawan I Wayan Bikin ika agustina Indria Laksmi Gamayanti Indria Laksmi Gamayanti Irma Yunawati Joko Susilo Jufrrie, Muhammad Junaidi Junaidi Kandarina, Bernadette Josephine Istiti Khaerul Anwar Krisnanto, Paulinus Deny Kunayarti, Wahyuni Kurnia Febriana Laksono Trisnantoro Laksono Trisnantoro Lamana, Aspia Legawati Legawati, Legawati Lely Lusmilasari, Lely Lisma Evareny, Mohammad Hakimi, Retna Siwi Padmawati M M van Weissenburch M. M. van Weissenbruch Muchtar, Mohammad Mursyid, Abidillah Neti Nurani Neti Nurani Niken Pritayati Nina Lestari Noormanto Noormanto, Noormanto Nur Afia Amin Nurliyani Nurul Hadi, Nurul Pangesti, Neni Purnama, Ni Luh Agustini Putra, Irwansyah R. Dwi Budiningsari Rahayu, Endah Sri Rahmawati, Rahmawati Ramadhaniah, Ramadhaniah Ramli, Nurlaili Retno Sutomo Rianti Puji Lestari Rina Susilowati Riris Andono Ahmad Roni Naning Ruqoyatul Himah S. Yudha Patria Santi Gunarwati Setya Wandita Shelly Puspa Anggraini Shinta Prawitasari Shoim, Mohammad Siti Nurfadilah H Slamet Rohaedi, Slamet Soeroyo Machfudz, Soeroyo Soi, Beatrix Sri Mulyati Sri Sugiharti Sri Wahyuni Subardjo, Yovita Puri Sulistyaningrum, Elisa Sunartini Sunartini, Sunartini Tarigan, Noviani Titih Huriah Titih Huriah Toto Sudargo Tunjung Wibowo Tuti Nuraini Winda Irwanti, Winda Winda Nurmayani M Yayah Lakoro Yayi Suryo Prabandari Zulfayeni, Zulfayeni