ASUPAN NATRIUM DAN TEKANAN DARAH SEBAGAI FAKTOR RISIKO PENINGKATAN KADAR C-REACTIVE PROTEIN (CRP) PADA REMAJA OBESITAS DENGAN SINDROM METABOLIK

Evi Desrini, Muhammad Sulchan
2014 Journal of Nutrition College   unpublished
The metabolic syndrome has found not only in adult but also in adolescent. The prevalence of the metabolic syndrome in adolescent increased with the severity of obesity. Metabolic syndrome can be defined by the increasing of CRP level. Sodium intake and blood pressure are risk factor for metabolic syndrome. The purpose of this study is to find out the risk of sodium intake and blood pressure to the increased CRP level in adolescent. Method: A cross-sectional study was conducted in SMA Negeri 2
more » ... ed in SMA Negeri 2 Semarang consist of 38 students as the subjects. Data sodium intake has obtained by interview using Food Frequency Questionnaire last one month. Blood pressure has checked using Sphygmomanometer. CRP level has checked with aglutination. Height measurements using microtoise, weight using digital scales, waist circumferences using a tape measure. Ratio prevalence was used to analyze the risk of high sodium intake and high blood pressure to the increased CRP level. Result: The prevalence of metabolic syndrome is 15,2 %. In this study has found 8 (80 %) subjects with the metabolic syndrome has a high blood pressure and 10 (100 %) subjects with metabolic syndrome has a high sodium intake. There were unsignificantly risk between high sodium intake (RP=1,031, CI 95 %=0,165-6,646) and high systolic blood pressure (RP=0,369, CI 95 %=0,028-2,471) to the increased CRP levels. Conclusion: In this study, high sodium intake and high systolic blood pressure are not proved can increasing CRP level. High sodium intake has 1,048 greater risk to the increased CRP level.
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