Beberapa Faktor yang Berpengaruh terhadap Kejadian Diabetes Mellitus Tipe 2 pada Wanita Usia Subur (WUS) di RSUD Kota Madiun

*Hanifah Ardiani  -  STIKES Bhakti Husada Mulia Madiun, Indonesia
Suharyo Hadisaputro  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Djoko Trihadi Lukmono  -  Dr. Kariadi Hospital, Indonesia
Heri Nugroho  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Antono Suryosaputro  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Published: 15 Aug 2018.
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Abstract

Background : Women of reproductive age with Diabetes Mellitus (DM) who were married having a risk complications of pregnancy, either on mother and her baby. Study on risk factors of DM in women of reproductive age was a rare, they have never done on women of reproductive age that married. The objective of this study was to prove some variables that influence to DM in women of reproductive age.

Method : An observasional analytic was conducted with case-control study design. Populations in this study were women of reproductive age 20-49 years that check blood sugar at Madiun Regional Hospital. The samples in this study were 54 cases and 54 controls by consecutive sampling. Data were analyzed by chi-square and logistic regression.

Results : Women of reproductive age with 2 and 3 quartile stress scores had risk 4,12 (95% CI=1,42-11,92) and 5,64 (95% CI=1,19-16,55) greater for DM than the comparison group. Women of reproductive age with physical activity <600 MET had risk 4,33 times greater for DM than ≥ 600 MET (95% CI = 1,71-10,96).

Conclusion : Variables levels of carbohydrate and fat consumption were not associated with DM. Physical activity and stress levels were evident influece DM occurence in women of reproductive age.

Keywords
Physical activity; stress; diabetes mellitus

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