The Effect Of Multi-Micronutrient Supplementation Since Preconception On Levels Of Malondialdehyde (Mda) For Pregnant Women

Yekti, Rahayu and Widasari, Lucy and Monoarfa, Yustiyanti and Bukhari, Agussalim and Jafar, Nurhaedar and Ottoluwa, Anang and Thaha, Abdul Razak (2021) The Effect Of Multi-Micronutrient Supplementation Since Preconception On Levels Of Malondialdehyde (Mda) For Pregnant Women. Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy, 12 (3). pp. 296-300. ISSN 0976 2779

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Abstract

The nutritional status of a mother before and during pregnancy is important for a healthy pregnancy outcome. The preconception period is a critical time for improving the nutritional status of pregnant women and preventing pregnancy complications. (MMN) compared to iron folate (IFA). Methodology: A double-blind randomized cohort study was carried out in three districts of Luwuk, South Luwuk, and North Luwuk, Banggai Regency with a total sample of 19 pregnant women given MMN supplementation and IFA supplementation. See the effect of multimicronutrient supplementation during pregnancy on MDA levels measured several times (preconception, trimester 1, trimester 2, trimester 3). Results: MMN supplementation group MDA levels from preconception (144.43) decreased in trimester 1 (127.60) to trimester 2 (130.94) again until trimester 3 (96.03), while the average IFA supplementation group MDA from preconception (110.54), increased in trimester 1 (153.87) increased again in trimester 2 (172.50) then decreased in trimester 3 (81.75), a decrease in MDA levels was better in the MMN supplementation group.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE
Depositing User: Edi Wibowo
Date Deposited: 10 Feb 2021 08:05
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2021 06:18
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/3280

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