Hubungan antara Zinc Serum dengan Status Gizi Lansia

Ernawati, Fitrah (2002) Hubungan antara Zinc Serum dengan Status Gizi Lansia. Project Report. Center for Research and Development of Nutrition and Food, NIHRD.

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Background: The findings of study that 30% in Bogor and 27% in Jakarta of elderly people were undernourished. Malnutrition may occur due to infection and low food intake. Among elderly people, one of the factors that causes low food intake is affected by impairment of taste sensory and teeth function. The impairment of taste sensory is influenced by zinc status in the body. Objectives: To collect food consumption pattern data of zinc rich foods, zinc concentration in serum and to analyze association of zinc concentration and nutritional status. Methods: Research design was cross sectional, and conducted in two sub districts in Bogor city. The respondents were women in 60-75 years of age, no suffering from illnesses and chronically disease. The total respondent was 90 people, and divided into three groups of 30 peoples. Data gathered included respondent identity, physical examination, anthropometry, blood biochemical and zinc dietary consumption. Results: Zinc dietary consumption adequacy of underweight group was only 30% of recommended dietary allowance, while for normal and overweight groups were 40% of dietary allowance. Zinc serum concentration of underweight group (82 ug/dl) was not significantly different with normal group( 85 ug/dl), however differed significantly (p<0.05) with overweight group (95 ug/dl). Underweight group suffered 40% zinc deficiency, 27% for normal and only 7% for overweight group. Conclusions: Zinc deficiency was more prevalent in underweight group than that of normal and overweight group.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Uncontrolled Keywords: zinc serum concentration; zinc dietary consumption; underweight
Subjects: QS-QZ Preclinical sciences (NLM Classification) > QU Biochemistry. Cell Biology and Genetics > QU 145-220 Nutrition. Vitamins
Divisions: Center for Research and Development of Nutrition and Food, NIHRD
Depositing User: Administrator Eprints
Date Deposited: 02 Oct 2017 05:30
Last Modified: 09 Nov 2017 06:29

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