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Inajoh
ISSN : -     EISSN : 2745357X     DOI : https://doi.org/10.33368/inajoh.v0i0
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Indonesian Journal of Health is The Journal of Health is a publication of scientific work in the field of health in a broad sense such as public health, nursing, midwifery, medicine, pharmacy, health psychology, nutrition, health technology, health analysis, health information systems, medical records, hospital management and so on. In addition, the Journal was first established since 2020 by ? located in Makassar, South Sulawesi. Indonesian Journal of Health published on January, April, July and October with E-ISSN 2745-357X
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Hubungan Status Sosial Ekonomi dengan Indeks Massa Tubuh (IMT) di Kecamatan Tamalanrea Kota Makassar Syahputri, Meilinda Aji; Zulfahmidah, Zulfahmidah; Aisyah, Windy Nurul
Indonesian Journal of Health Vol.01 No.02 (Februari 2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33368/inajoh.v0i0.25

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Background: Nutrition is a factor that plays an important role in the development of a nation. One simple waythat can be used to determine nutritional status is to measure the Body Mass Index (BMI) or Body Mass Index(BMI). One of the factors that play a role in determining a person's nutritional status is the socioeconomic level.The socio-economic level includes education, income, and work which are indirect causes of nutritionalproblems. Efforts to improve good health are related to economic capacity with income levels and socialconditions of household members. How economics plays a role in the health record of each individual. Thepurpose of this study was to see the status of the socio-economic relationship with the Body Mass Index (BMI).Methods: This study is a descriptive research design. Data collected using a questionnaire. The data of thisstudy were categorical variables from 2 groups so that it used the Chi-Square test. Results: From 84 samples,based on the calculation of IBM SPSS Statistic 23 using the Chi-Square analysis test, it was obtained that the P-value (0.125) ≥ 0.05, then H0 was accepted and Ha was rejected, meaning that there was no influence of BMIinfluence on socio-economic factors. Conclusion: There is no relationship between socioeconomic status andBody Mass Index (BMI).
Karakteristik Pasien Hipertensi di Puskesmas Tabaringan Makassar Abdi, Tenri Risna
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33368/inajoh.v0i0.24

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Hypertension is a condition in which systolic blood pressure (TDS) ≥ 140 mmHg or diastolic blood pressure (TDD) ≥ 90 mmHg that measured by health personnel at least two times. The research objective is to describe the characteristics of hypertensive patients at Tabaringan Health Center. The characteristics referred to gender,age, BMI, and hypertension degree. This research used a descriptive research method by using an observational approach to describe the characteristics of hypertensive patients. The results showed that the total number of male patients with hypertension was 34 (44.7%) and female patients were 42 (55.3%). It found that the number of patients with an age interval of 26 - 45 years was 10 (13.2%) and the number of elderly patients with an age interval> 45 years was 66 (85.8%). The number of hypertensive patients with normal BMI was 16 people (21.1%), overweight was 27 people (35.5%), obesity I was 29 people (38.2%), and obesity II was 4 people (5,2%). It can be seen that the number of patients with a normal degree of hypertension (after routine treatment) was 7 people (9.2%), 22 people with pre-hypertension (28.9%), 39 people with grade I hypertension (51, 3%) and patients with grade II hypertension were 8 people (10.6%). The conclusion is that the gender of hypertensive patients, the number of female patients is more prevalent than male patients, the age of hypertension patients is> 45 years or is included in the elderly category, BMI in patients with overweight nutritional status is much more prevalent than others, and the degree of hypertension in patients was higher in grade 1 hypertension.
Karakteristik pada Obesitas Berdasarkan Rentan Umur di Kelurahan Nganganaumala Kota Bau-Bau Makmun, Armanto; Radisu, Indri Meliawati
Indonesian Journal of Health Vol.01 No.02 (Februari 2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33368/inajoh.v0i0.23

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Background and Purpose: Obesity is an imbalance in the amount of food intake compared toenergy expenditure carried out by the body. Some of the factors that cause obesity include lifestyle,diet, and physical activity. Obesity in adulthood has an impact on health, where weight gain andobesity are risk factors for increasing the incidence of non-communicable diseases. The purpose ofthis study was to determine the relationship between age vulnerability and the incidence of obesity.Methods: This study is a descriptive research design. Data collected using a questionnaire. The dataof this study were categorical variables from 2 groups so that it used the Chi-Square test. Referencesearch results are entered into the Mendeley app using the system Vancouver. Results: The totalsample size of 98 people with adolescence 11-19 years 7 people (7.1%), adults 20-60 years 88 people(89.8%), elderly> 60 years 3 people (3.2%) . Based on gender, it was found that 18 men (18.4%) and80 women 81.6%). And based on BMI, it was found that 19 people were underweight (19.4%), normal41 people (41.8%), overweight 12 people (12.2%), obese 1 23 people (23.5%), and obese 2 3 people(3.1%). Conclusion: There is no relationship between age susceptibility to obesity.
Karakteristik Pasien Hipertensi Pada Puskesmas Pertiwi Makassar Pratiwi, Musdalifah Eka; Mutmainnah, Mutmainnah
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Hypertension is an increase in blood flow pressure that occurs in the human body which is one of the most common diseases found, according to the NHLBI (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute), 1 in 3 patients suffering from hypertension have risk factors for myocardial infarction, stroke, acute kidney failure and also death. The purpose of this study was to determine the description of the characteristics of hypertension patients in Pertiwi Makassar Health Center. This research was conducted on all patients diagnosed with hypertension at the Pertiwi Puskesmas in September 2019. The study was conducted with a descriptive study using an observational approach to see a description of the characteristics of hypertensive patients at the Pertiwi Puskesmas. These characteristics include age, sex and body mass index. From 134 people it can be seen that the number of male patients with hypertension is 55 people (41.04%) and the number of female patients with hypertension is 79 people (58.95%). The number of patients aged <40 years, amounting to 5 people (3.73%), the number of patients aged 40-45 years which amounted to 4 people (2.98%), the number of patients aged 46-50 years which amounted to 11 people (8.20 %), and the number of patients> 50 years old totaling 114 people (85.07%). The number of hypertensive patients who are underweight is 2 people (1.49%), the number of normal hypertension patients is 41 people (30.59%), the number of hypertensive patients who are overweight is 42 people (31.34%), the number of hypertensive patients who are Obese I is 48 people (35.82%) and the number of hypertensive patients who are Obesity II is 2 people (1.49%). Based on the results of the study it was found that women are more at risk of developing hypertension than men, aged> 50 years more than other ages and hypertensive patients are far more classified as obese I nutritional status.
Article Review Karakteristik Pasien ISPA Pada Balita Di Puskesmas Sudiang Raya Mursyid, Andi Muhammad Fadilah
Indonesian Journal of Health Vol.01 No.02 (Februari 2021)
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ABSTRACTBackground: Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI) is a health problem that exists in developing and developed countries. Research Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine the characteristics of ARI patients in children under five at Sudiang Raya Public Health Center. Methods: The study was a descriptive study using an observational approach to describe the characteristics of ARI patients at the Sudiang Raya Community Health Center. The characteristics referred to are gender, age, nutritional status, and environmental factors. Results: From 250 people it can be seen that the number of male patients with ISPA is 124 (49.6%) and the number of female patients with ARI is 126 people (50.4%). The number of children over 5 years was 68 (27.2%). Meanwhile, the number of children aged 3-5 years was 90 (36.0%) and patients under 3 years old were 92 (36.8%). The number of child patients who experienced good nutrition was 52 (20.8%). While the number of children with malnutrition was 112 (44.8%) and 86 children with bad nutrition(34.4%). It is known that there are 194 smokers in the family (77.6%). . Meanwhile, there are no smokers in the family of 56 people (22.4%). Conclusion: By referring to the results obtained, it can be said that not only by using drugs can control ARI cases in children under five, but controlling for several risk factors can also reduce the incidence of ARI in toddlers.
Hubungan Indeks Massa Tubuh (IMT) dengan Aktivitas Fisik pada Mahasiswa Kedokteran Dewi, Resky Karnita; Aisyah, Windy Nurul
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Background and Objectives: Body Mass Index (BMI) is a parameter established by WHO (World Health Organization) as a ratio of body weight to body height squared. Physical activity according to WHO is any body movement produced by skeletal muscles that require energy. Lack of physical activity) is an independent risk factor for chronic disease, and is thought to cause death globally. The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between BMI and physical activity. Methods: This study is a descriptive research design. The data was collected by using a questionnaire. The data of this study were categorical variables from 2 groups so it used the Chi-Square test. Reference results were entered into the Mendeley application using the Vancouver system. Results: total sample was 104 people with a mean age of 21-23 years. 21 years 22 people (21.2%), 22 years 46 people (44.2%), 23 years 23 people (22.1%). Based on gender, it was found that there were 37 men (35.6%) and 67 women (64.4%). Based on BMI, it was found that 13 people were underweight (12.5%), 45 people were normal (43.3%), 24 people were overweight (23.1%), 20 people were obese 1 (19.2%), and 2 people were obese 2 ( 1.9%). Conclusion: There is no relationship between BMI and physical activity.
Karakterisktik Faktor Risiko Hipertensi di Makassar Tahun 2017 Nurhikmawati, Nurhikmawati; Ananda, Syatirah Rizky; Idrus, Hasta Handayani; Wisudawan, Wisudawan
Indonesian Journal of Health Vol.01 No.01 (Oktober 2020)
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Hypertension is a manifestation of hemodynamic imbalance disorders of the cardiovascular system, which is the pathophysiology is multi-factor, so it cannot be explained by only one single mechanism. According to the American Heart Association (AHA) 2017, hypertension is a silent killer where symptoms can vary from person to person and the symptoms almost similar with other disease. This study aims to determine the characteristics of the risk factors on hypertension in Makassar in 2017. This study used a descriptive study. The samples were all hypertensive patients who were admitted to the Puskesmas Tabaringan, Jumpandang Baru, Layang, Andalas, Makkasau, Maccini Sawah, Mamajang, Pertiwi, Jongaya, Kassi-kassi, Batua, Tamangapa, Sudiang, Tamalanrea, Makassar from 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2017 as many as 1,528 who met the inclusion and exclusion criteria. The sampling technique used was accidental sampling. From 1,528 research subjects, it was found that the most were aged> 50 years as many as 872 people (57.05), with the most sex are female about 956 people (62.57%). Subjects who had a family history of hypertension were 756 people (49.47%). Most jobs were in the very heavy category about 656 people (42.94%). In addition, 875 people (57.27%) rarely consume salt, and 844 people (55.23%) consume more foods containing fat. In this sample, it was also found that most hypertensive patients were included in the passive smoking category as many as 1,002 people (65.58%). From the lifestyles who have hypertension, there are more who never consume alcohol as many as 1,478 people (96.72%). Subjects who experienced hypertension and were obese were 861 people (56.35%), and sample who rarely exercised were 1,104 people (72.25%). In addition, 877 subjects who had hypertension were found to have never experienced mendengkur (57.4%). Most people with hypertension in Makassar are aged> 50 years, women, do not have a family history of hypertension, work is classified as very heavy category, rarely consume salt, often consume fat, smoke passive, never consume alcohol, obesity, rarely exercise, and never experiencing snoring.
Hubungan Status Sosial Ekonomi dengan Sindrom Metabolik Pada Pasien Rawat Jalan RSUD Labuang Baji Kota Makassar Septiyanti, Septiyanti; Jafar, Nurhaedar; Hendrayati, Hendrayati
Indonesian Journal of Health Vol.01 No.01 (Oktober 2020)
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The increasing flow of globalization in all fields, technological and industrial developments have been many bring changes to people's behavior and lifestyle. Changes in food consumption patterns as well as reduced physical activity and environmental pollution also contribute to lifestyle changes. These changes have unconsciously influenced the epidemiological transition with the increasing cases of degenerative diseases. Along with these changes in human lifestyle, one of the problems that arise in the health sector is an increase in the incidence of metabolic syndrome. This study aims to determine the relationship of socioeconomic status with metabolic syndrome in outpatients at the Labuang Baji Makassar Hospital. This type of research is an analytic survey with a cross sectional approach. Sampling was done using accidental sampling technique with a sample size of 70 people. Data collection was carried out by collecting secondary data and primary data. Data analysis was performed using the chi-square test. The results showed that there was no significant relationship between socioeconomic status and metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome patients were found to be highest at the age of 60-69 years. Most of the people with metabolic syndrome are women with retired jobs. The metabolic syndrome incidence increases with the high level of education.
Peran Mikrobiota Usus Terhadap kondisi Obesitas Makmun, Armanto; Rodya, Wialda Dwi; Zulfahmidah, Zulfahmidah; Aisyah, Windy Nurul Aisyah
Indonesian Journal of Health Vol.01 No.01 (Oktober 2020)
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The gut microbiota has been recognized as an important factor in the development of metabolic diseases such as obesity and is considered an endocrine organ involved in the maintenance of energy homeostasis and immunity. Intestinal dysbiosis can alter gastrointestinal peptide production associated with satiety, resulting in increased food intake. In obese people, this dysbiosis appears to be associated with increased gut microbiota has been implicated in the control of food intake and satiety via intestinal peptide signaling, in which bacterial products activate enteroen-docrine cells by modulating enterocyte-produced paracrine signaling molecules. The gut microbiota can increase the production of certain SCFAs, which have been shown to be associated with increased production of YY (PYY) peptides, ghrelin, insulin, and glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1). The purpose of this study was to Article Review by looking at the topic of the gut microbiota and obesity by using research with quantitative meta-analysis methods based on previous research. This research method uses the article review method. The data source of this research comes from literature obtained via the internet in the form of research results from international journals in 2010-2020. The results of this study from a total of 50 journals, which the authors have reviewed, concluded that the role of the gut microbiota in energy regulation, studies have linked the gut microbiota with the pathogenesis of insulin resistance and inflammation in obesity. It is known that obesity is associated with low-grade chronic inflammation and insulin resistance. The gut microbiota has been implicated in the control of food intake and satiety through intestinal peptide signaling, in which bacterial products activate enteroen-docrine cells by modulating the enterocyte-produced paracrine signaling molecules. The conclusion of this study based on the results of the study found that the effect of intestinal microbiotas on obesity.
Peran Status Gizi Terhadap Tingkat Kecerdasan Kognitif Anak Muin, Mufia; Burhanuddin, Nurfardiansyah; Zulfahmidah, Zulfahmidah; Aisyah, Windy Nurul Aisyah
Indonesian Journal of Health Vol.01 No.01 (Oktober 2020)
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Background and Objectives: Nutritional status is important role in the metabolism of the body and in the process of thinking or reasoning a role in thinking processes, concentration power and related to learning efficiency. With good nutritional condition is expected to have an impact on good learning achievement. Methods: The source of this research data comes from the literature obtained through the internet is the result of research from national or international journals in 2010-2020. Results: There are studies that explain malnutrition or obesity impact on a child's cognitive delay and good nutritional status will have an impact on the cognitive improvement of the child. But optimal cognitive development is not enough just with good nutritional status, it takes good stimulus efforts. Conclusion: Nutritional status is important for cognitive development in children.

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