Regression Modelling Based on Characteristics of Anemia in Female Adolescent

Dahlia Indah Amareta, D S H Putra, E T Ardianto, Puspito Arum, A E Werdiharini, D A Perwiraningrum


Each individual is desperately in need of nutrition adequacy for the whole life. As a matter of fact, mother or prospective mother is a vulnerable group that their nutritional status and  health  must  be  well-maintained.  Otherwise,  this  particular  group  will potentially  suffer from anemia; a nutritional problem in Indonesia in which, according to research, young women (female  adolescents)  of  East  Java  reach  57.1%  prevalence  and  those  in  Jember  reach  41% prevalence.  The  aim  of  the  study  was  to  determine  regression  modeling  based  on  the characteristics of anemia in young women. This is quantitative analytic research with a cross- sectional approach. The populations of the  study  were  students of SMPN 4 Jember with 110 samples  of  female  students  taken  through  simple  random  sampling.  The  results  of  the  study were  variables  of  abnormal  nutritional  status,  Medical  (disease)  records,  and  abnormal menstrual  trends  affecting  anemia  with  regression  modelling  1+e-5,565 (-1,659  (abnormal nutritional  status)  +5.661 (disease  record  detected)  +3,544  (abnormal  menstruation) Researchers recommendation  for  schools  in  accordance  with  the modelling that  they  could cooperate with parents, higher education institutions and health service institutions to optimize the  students nutritional  status  that  infection  and  abnormal  menstrual  trend  could  be immediately anticipated.

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