The Relationship between Risk Factors and Stunting Incidence in Desa Cilembu Kecamatan Pamulihan, Kabupaten Sumedang Provinsi Jawa Barat on September 2019

Suryanegara, Wiradi and Reviani, Nia (2020) The Relationship between Risk Factors and Stunting Incidence in Desa Cilembu Kecamatan Pamulihan, Kabupaten Sumedang Provinsi Jawa Barat on September 2019. Solid State Technology, 63 (5). pp. 5341-5356. ISSN 0038 111x

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Abstract

This study is about the relationship between risk factors and stunting incidence. It was done to determine the relationship between risk factors and the incidence of stunting. It was done in Desa Cilembu Kecamatan Pamulihan, Kabupaten Sumedang Provinsi Jawa Barat on September 2019. This study used a cross-sectional analytic design. Data is taken directly (primary data) using interviews. The study population were 120 people. The research sample 120 persons (Total Sampling). Data collection was carried out by using questionnaires. The result of the study are: a) the age of children under five with the most stunting is 25 - 36 months, as many as 32 people with the largest gender were women, as many as 25 people; b) the risk factors for pre-conception associated with the incidence of stunting were the age of the pregnant women (p value < 0.05); c) the risk factors for post conception associated with the incidence of stunting were low birth weight (p value < 0.05); d) The socioeconomic and environmental risk factors associated with stunting are exposure to cigarette smoke (p value < 0.05) and family income (p value < 0.05), but not the mother's education level (p value > 0.05); and e) exposure to cigarette smoke (OR 18.23, p = 0.00), maternal age at pregnancy (OR 20.88, p = 0.00) and family income (OR 28.9, p = 0.00) were predicted to be the most critical risk factors for stunting (p < 0.25). It is concluded that there is a relationship between risk factors and stunting incidence.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE
Depositing User: Edi Wibowo
Date Deposited: 08 Feb 2021 06:31
Last Modified: 08 Feb 2021 06:31
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/3250

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