Saptawati Bardosono
Department Nutrition, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta

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Functional Constipation and its Related Factors Among Female Workers Bardosono, Saptawati; Sunardi, Diana
Journal of the Indonesian Medical Association Vol. 61 No. 3 March 2011
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Functional constipation is strongly associated to gender, age, and educational level. In spite of psychological factors, the poor dietary habit is mostly common as its cause. This study aims to see the prevalence of constipation and its related factors among female workers aged 18-55 y in Jakarta. A cross-sectional study was done to 210 female workers in two selected government offices in Jakarta. Interviews and physical assessments were done for collecting data on defecation habits and anthropometric measures. The median age of the subjects was 36 y, with median of waist-circumference was 81.40 cm (central obesity) and body mass index of 24 kg/m2 (overweight). This study found that constipation symptoms ranged as low as 47.6% (straining during defecation) to as high 63.8% (recurrent abdominal discomfort 3d/w). The prevalence of functional bowel disorders was 52.9% and it was significantly prevalent among those aged less than 30 years. This high prevalence of functional bowel disorders among female workers should be seriously addressed to prevent its health impacts. Promoting healthy lifestyle especially among those female workers aged less than 30 y is urgently needed.Key words: constipation, nutrition, women
Prevalence of Obesity among 4-6-year Old Children, and Its Relation with Food Consumption and Food Pattern Yussac, Muhammad Artisto Adi; Cahyadi, Arief; Putri, Andika Chandra; Dewi, Astrid Saraswaty; Khomaini, Ayatullah; Bardosono, Saptawati; Suarthana, Eva
Journal of the Indonesian Medical Association Vol. 57 No. 2 February 2007
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Obesity in children is a complex problem. Factors related to obesity are food consumption and food pattern. The aim of this research was to assess the relationship between foodconsumption and food pattern (carbohydrate, protein, and fat consumed by subject) with the prevalence of obesity. Furthermore, this research aimed to compare two measurements, i.e. Z-score of body weight/ body height (BW/BH) and body mass index (BMI), in identifying obesity among 4-6 years old children. There were 71 pupils which consecutively selected from a kindergarten in East Jakarta. Half of the subjects (52.1%) were female; aged between 4-5-year old (52,1%). Most of their parents were well educated; 50.7% of the fathers were private employee, whereas 60.6% of the mothers were unemployed/ housewives. Income percapita of their family mostly were moderately low (66,2%). The mean body height and body weight were 109.6 ± 6.7 cm and 20.9 ± 4.6 kg respectively. The prevalence of obesity was 31% with BMI method, and 21.1% with Z-score BW/BH method. The mean BMI percentiles was 68.0 ± 34.7, and the mean Z-score BW/BH was 0.7 ± 1.4. There were significant correlations between calories, carbohydrate, protein, and fat intake, as well as dietary fat pattern with the prevalence of obesity according to BMI and Z-score of BW/BH methods. Both methods showed a k coefficient value of 0.747, which reflected a strong agreement between them. Therefore, BMI and Z-score BW/BH methods can be used to screen the obesity in children.Keywords: food consumption, food pattern, obesity, percentile of Body Mass Index, Z-score of Body Weight/Body Height
Dietary Vitamins B, Folic Acid and Cognitive Impairment in the Elderly Tani, Jowy; Tedja, Irwin; Widjaja, Ivan Riyanto; Bardosono, Saptawati; Amri, Zarni
Journal of the Indonesian Medical Association Vol. 58 No. 3 March 2008
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Vitamin B1 and B6 may play vital roles in the functioning of nervous system, and low plasma levels of vitamin B12 and folic acid have been linked with higher homocysteine level and deterioration of cognitive functioning. This cross-sectional study was designed to investigate the relationship between dietary intake of vitamin B1, B6, B12, folic acid and the presence of cognitive impairment in the elderly. A total of 27 participants from a nursing home in Jakarta participated in the study. Daily intake levels of vitamin B1, B6, B12, and folic acid was obtained using Semiquantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire (SFFQ), while cognitive functioning of the participants was determined using Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE). Age, sex, education, body mass index, and macronutrients intake were not associated with the presence of cognitive impairment. Higher intake of vitamin B6 was associated with lower incidence of cognitive impairment (p=0.016). No association between vitamin B1 (p=0.138), B12 (p=0.490), and folic acid (p=0.146) intake level and the presence of cognitive impairment was found. Higher intake of vitamin B6 may be protective against cognitive impairment caused by aging, prompting further study concernng beneficial effects of vitamin B6. Beneficial effects of vitamin B12 and folic acid intake in the prevention of cognitive impairment remain unproven.Keywords: vitamin B6, vitamin B12, folic acid, cognition, elderly
Nutrition Related Problems in Indonesia Bardosono, Saptawati
Journal of the Indonesian Medical Association Vol. 58 No. 12 December 2008
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The Role of High Protein Complimentary Feeding on Growth Status of Children Age 6-8 Months Sutanto, Luciana B.; Bardosono, Saptawati; Sunardi, Diana
Journal of the Indonesian Medical Association Vol. 60 No. 11 November 2010
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Adequate nutrition during infancy is fundamental for growth and development. The first and only nutrition for babies is breast milk, but by the age of six month, complimentary feeding is needed. A nutritionally adequate complimentary feeding for infant is very important for optimal growth and development. This study aims to evaluate the role of high protein complimentary feeding on growth status of infants age 6-8 months. A quasi-experimental study design was applied using cluster random allocation sampling technique. Infants age 6–8 months were divided to two groups receiving commercial complimentary feeding (MPASI-D) and to homebrews complimentary feeding (MPASI-I). All respondent were given infant feeding education before data collection and during the study. Infant’s growth indicators (weight, length and head circumference) were monitored. The study was done from November 2009 to April 2010, at several Posyandu in Kelurahan Kampung Melayu, East Jakarta. The result of this study showed that counseling and complimentary feeding for 3 months increase calories and protein intake and growth indicators in both groups. In conclusion, commercial high protein complimentary feeding is as good as the homebrews.Keywords: Complimentary feeding, growth, high protein, children age 6-8 month
Communication Techniques to Get Informed Consent in a Research Sutanto, Luciana Budiati; Basuki, Endang; Bardosono, Saptawati
Journal of the Indonesian Medical Association Vol. 59 No. 6 June 2009
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Informed consent is essential part in medical care. Getting approval from patient is not easy especially in medical research, because patient as well as people are not familiar to involve in research. It will be difficult to reach minimal sample. To minimize rejection from patient of giving informed consent by giving better information through an effective technique communication. In addition, effective technique communication will increase patient’s compliance following the research protocols, reduce drop out of subject, increase tolerance of patients and avoid malpractice suing.Keywords: effective communication, informed consent
Home-based Hand Exercise Program on Dexterity among Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Widiani, Wini; Nuhonni, Siti Annissa; Murdana, I Nyoman; Sumariyono, Sumariyono; Bardosono, Saptawati
Journal of the Indonesian Medical Association Vol. 61 No. 11 November 2011
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Approximately 90% of patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) have impairment in their hand joints, reducing mobility, strength and increase of pain. This, in turn, often leads to disability in daily life. Conservative hand exercises is one recommendation. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of hand exercises at home on bimanual dexterity among RA patients. This study was conducted as a pre- and post- test experimental design. Sixteen patients who met the criteria received a conservative home-based hand exercise program aimed at increasing range of motion and maintain grip strength. On weekly meeting, dexterity was measured with sequential occupational dexterity assessment (SODA). Analysis were done by intention to treat. Bimanual dexterity of RA patients in the Rheumatology Clinic measured by SODA before hand exercise therapy performed had a median of 95.5 (45-101), which means moderate to fairly good. SODA value after 6 weeks exercise have increased and is statistically significant, with changes in the value of SODA was 5.94 (p=0.006). This study demonstrated that a home-based program of conservative hand exercises is effective in increasing bimanual dexterity among RA patients. J Indon Med Assoc. 2011:61; 435-41.Keywords: Rheumatoid arthritis, hand exercise, bimanual dexterity
Effectiveness of Taping for the Short-Term Treatment of Pain and Walking Speed in Patients with Plantar Fasciitis Mira, Mira; Tulaar, Angela BM; Pradanasari, Rosiana; Bardosono, Saptawati
Journal of the Indonesian Medical Association Vol. 62 No. 7 July 2012
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Introduction: Plantar fasciitis causes pain in the heel and medial arch of the foot that can interfere daily activities. Taping the plantar fasciitis will reduce pain by reducing strain on the plantar fascia during standing and ambulation. The objective of this study is to determine the effect of taping on pain and walking speed. Methods: Fifteen subjects in intervention group received taping and ultrasound diathermy therapy for one week, while control group only received ultrasound therapy. Pain measured by Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) and the walking speed is measured in meters/second. Results: VAS score started to differ significantly on the first day after treatment (p=0.008) and continues until the last day of evaluation. On the first day, the VAS score improved significantly (p= 0.002), but not in the following days. Multivariate analysis of repeated measurements showed VAS scores in each group decreased significantly (p<0.001), but the decrease in taping group were better compared with control group (p=0.004).Conclusion: The combination of taping and ultrasound diathermy for people with plantar fasciitis can be used as a modality to reduce pain more quickly. J Indon Med Assoc. 2012;62:259-63.Keywords: plantar fasciitis, taping, ultrasound diathermy, walking speed, visual analog scale
Dietary iron intake, serum ferritin and haemoglobin levels, and cognitive development scores of infants aged 6–8 months Kusumadewi, Dian; Bardosono, Saptawati; Sekartini, Rini
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 20, No 1 (2011): February
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Background: Iron deficiency during infancy may lead to negative effect on cognitive function and psychomotor development. This study aimed to investigate serum ferritin, haemoglobin level and its relation to cognitive development score in infants aged 6–8 months.Methods: This cross-sectional study was done on 76 infants recruited from several selected community health center in Kampung Melayu Village, Jatinegara Jakarta who had fulfilled the study criteria. Data collected consist of age, weight, height, head circumference, energy, protein and iron intake, serum feritin levels, haemoglobin levels and cognitive development score using Capute Scales method (Cognitive Adaptive Test/ Clinical Linguistic Auditory Milestone Scales/ CAT-CLAMS).Results: Among 74 infants aged 6-8 months, 73% had less dietary iron intake as compared to its RDA (7 mg/d), 18.9% were with serum ferritin less than normal value (20 μg/L), and 56.7% with haemoglobin levels less than normal value (11 mg/dL). In relation to cognitive development score, this study revealed that the CAT score was significantly lower among subjects with hemoglobin value less than 11 mg/dL (p = 0.026).Conclusion: Early prevention of impaired cognitive development is urgently needed by providing iron-rich complementary foods to infants since 6 months (mo) old to maintain the normal level of hemoglobin. (Med J Indones 2011; 20:46-9)Keywords: cognitive score, ferritin, hemoglobin, infants
The effect of indigestible dextrin and phytosterol on serum LDL-cholesterol level on hypercholesterolemic subjects Then, Anna H.; Bardosono, Saptawati; Harahap, Indriati P.
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 18, No 2 (2009): April-June
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Aim To investigate the effects of indigestible dextrin 2x2.3g/day and phytosterol 2x0.6g/day provided for 6 weeks in lowering serum LDL-cholesterol levels amongs hypercholesterolemic subjects.Methods A randomized clinical trial, two pararel groups, double blinded and randomly assigned to each different group was done in 16 subjects per-group.Results Before the, intervention the level of LDL cholesterol of both ID and FS group were 158.81 ± 17.74 mg/dL and 176.18 ± 25.31 mg/dL, respectively. After the intervention there was a significant reduction in LDL cholesterol level in both groups, i.e. among the ID group by 20.93 ± 12.65 mg/dL (13.24%) with p value of <0.001, while the reduction of LDL cholesterol level among the PS group was 21.87 ± 28.76 mg/dL (11.21%) with p value of 0.008. However, the reduction of cholesterol level between the two groups did not show any significant difference.Conclusion Consuming indigestible dextrin 2x2.3g/day and 2x0.6g/day phytosterol (PS) for 6 weeks will have the same ability to decrease the serum cholesterol level in hypercholesterolemic subjects. (Med J Indones 2009; 18: 114-9)Key words: indigestible dextrin, phytosterol, cholesterol
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