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Gambaran Kadar Kolesterol Total pada Pecandu Kopi Kecamatan Poasia Kota Kendari Darmayani, Satya; Rosanty, Anita; Rahmayani, Dian
Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian Vol 10 No 1 (2018): Digitalisasi Versi Cetak
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari

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One of the effects of coffee consumption that still questionable is the increase in total cholesterol levels. The content of cafestol in coffee beans could be expected to block the process of ?-oxidation of cholesterol that increases cholesterol levels in the blood. This study aimed to describe the normal total cholesterol levels and high total cholesterol levels in coffee addicts in the working area of Puskesmas Poasia, Subdistrict of Poasia. The research sample amounted to 38 people taken by purposive sampling. The results showed that the total cholesterol levels test in coffee addicts obtained as many as 14 people (36.84%) with normal total cholesterol levels and as many as 24 people (63.16%) had a high total cholesterol level, but from 24 people of the coffee addicts, there are 4 of them in young age and allowed the possibility of an increase in cholesterol levels become faster due to genetic, lifestyle and unhealthy diet. It concluded that of the 38 people of coffee addicts who tested the cholesterol levels, the number of coffee addicts with high total cholesterol levels more than coffee addicts with normal total cholesterol levels. Therefore, it suggested people reduce consumption of coffee, especially those for coffee addicts.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE, ACTION OF FAMILY IN DCB (DRAIN, CLOSE, AND BURY) PROGRAM, AND THE EXISTENCE OF EGGS OF AEDES AEGYPTI MOSQUITO ON OVITRAP IN KANDAI KENDARI, INDONESIA Yunus, Reni; Rosanty, Anita
Public Health of Indonesia Vol. 2 No. 4 (2016): October - December
Publisher : YCAB Publisher & IAKMI SULTRA

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Background: Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is a contagious disease caused by the dengue virus infection through Aedes aegypti mosquito. DHF often causes epidemics and Extraordinary Events (EE) in tropical and subtropical regions, including Indonesia.Objective: This study aims to examine the relationship between knowledge and society action on the prevention of dengue with the amount of mosquitoes trapped in ovitrap in Kandai, Kendari, Indonesia.Methods: The research method was an observational study with cross sectional design. The research was conducted at Kandai village, Kendari on May to July 2014. It was 87 homes with 87 families were recruited as sample size for this study. Ovitrap was used inside and outside of their homes.Results: DCB family knowledge and the existence of Aedes sp mosquitoes eggs on ovitrap were analyzed and observed in this study. Chi square test showed that X2 count value (1.261) was less than X2 table value (3.814) at error level 5% (α = 0.05) indicated that Ha was rejected and Ho was accepted. Meanwhile, Chi square test for the action of the family about DCB and the existence of eggs Aedes sp mosquito on ovitrap showed that X2 count value (4.115) was greater than X2 table value (3.814) at the error level 5% (α = 0.05), indicated that Ho was rejected and Ha was accepted.Conclusions:"¨ It was concluded that (1) there was no  relationship between DCB family knowledge and the existence of Aedes sp mosquitoes eggs on ovitrap, and (2) there was a relationship between the action of family about DCB and the existence of aedes sp mosquitoes eggs on ovitrap in Kandai Kendari.
CORRELATION BETWEEN PERSONAL HYGIENE AND INFECTION OF INTESTINAL HELMINTHS AMONG STUDENTS AT THE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3 ABELI, KENDARI INDONESIA Rosanty, Anita
Public Health of Indonesia Vol. 2 No. 3 (2016): July - September
Publisher : YCAB Publisher & IAKMI SULTRA

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Backgrounds: Intestinal helminth is one of diseases derived from environment and still becomes a helath problem in Indonesia until today. The high number of intestinal helminth prevalence in Indonesia is related with bad personal hygiene, including handwashing habit, nail hygiene, and foot-wear wearing habit.Objectives:  The objective of this research is to know the correlation between the infection of intestinal helminths with handwashing habit, nail hygiene, and foot-wear wearing habit of the students at the Public Elementary School 3 Abeli Kendari Indonesia.Methods: This research was a cross sectional study with an observational analysis. There was 134 respondents were recruited using total sampling.Results: Findings revealed that there were 27 respondents (20.1 %) who had handwashing habit with good category, and 107 respondents (79.9) had handwashing habit with poor category. There were 32 respondents (23.9%) had nail hygiene with poor category, and 102 respondents (76.1 %) had nail hygiene with good category. There were 52 respondents (38.8%) had not good foot-wear wearing habit, and 82 respondents (61.2%) had good foot-wear wearing habit. There was a correlation between handwashing habit, nail hygiene, foot-wear wearing habit and the infection of intestinal helminth among students of public elementary school 3 Abeli Kendari cityConclusion: There were significant relationship between personal hygiene and intestinal helminth. Thus, it is suggested that parents, school teachers, and other significant persons need to maintain the habit of personal hygiene of the students that consists of handwashing habit, nail hygiene, foot-wear wearing habit.
HEMOGLOBIN LEVELS IN PREGNANT WOMEN LIVING IN COASTAL AND PLATEAU AREAS, KENDARI, INDONESIA Rosanty, Anita; Yunus, Reni
Public Health of Indonesia Vol. 3 No. 3 (2017): July - September
Publisher : YCAB Publisher & IAKMI SULTRA

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Background: Insufficient hemoglobin levels are one of the most vulnerable health problems during pregnancy. Hemoglobin levels less than 11 g/dL indicate anemia in pregnant women. However, it is assumed that there is a difference of hemoglobin levels between pregnant women in coastal and plateau areas. Objective: To compare the hemoglobin levels in pregnant women who live in the coastal and plateau areas in the working area of the Community Health Center of Mata, Kendari. Methods: This was an observational analytic research with cross sectional approach, conducted in May-June 2014. There were 38 pregnant women using quota sampling, divided into 19 respondents in coastal areas and 19 respondents in plateau areas. Blood sampling was performed in each respondent, and categorized into mild, moderate, and severe anemia. Data were analyzed using chi-square test. Results: The proportion of pregnant women with anemia in the working area of the Community Health Center of Mata was 94.74%. Chi-square test showed p-value 0.307 (>0.05). Conclusion: There was no significant difference in hemoglobin levels in pregnant women in coastal and plateau areas in the working area of the Community Health Center of Kendari district.