Kadek Tresna Adhi
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LEVEL OF NUTTRITION ADEQUACY, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF YOUNG MEN ATHLETES SOCCER SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN DENPASAR 2011 Karyamitha, Ni Luh Gede; Tresna Adhi, Kadek
Medicina vol 43 no 2, mei 2012
Publisher : Medicina

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Soccer is a favorite sport for  people around the world including in Indonesia. Not only the method of training or talent that will determine the achievement, but the intake of daily nutrients directly proper also provide a positive influence on performance and achievements of athletes. The purpose of this study was to determine the adequacy of nutrition, physical activity, and nutritional status of young men athletes soccer. This study useds cross-sectional method. The number of samples taken as much as 96 athletes from all senior high schools in Denpasar and selected systematic random sampling. Results showed the average level of nutritional adequacy of athletes still in the category of less (<80%). Respectively for energy, carbohydrates, proteins, and fats are 75.95%, 77.24%, 78.96% and 75.83%. If seen the proportion of athletes that sufficient levels of nutrients in enough categories, then each for energy, carbohydrates, proteins, and fats are 58.3%, 57.3%, 51%, and 53.1%. Level of physical activity in athletes only low (56.3%) and moderate category (43.8%). Most athletes have normal nutritional status (94.8%), there was only 1% having thin status, and 4.2% had nutritional status of overweight. The advice can be given to provide knowledges that related with intake of nutrients for the coaches and athletes, increasing physical activity for athletes who have low physical activity, and can be the nutritional status as a selection soccer athletes. However, further research can be done is to measure the physical endurance athletes associated with the intake of nutrients or physical activity.
PENGARUH KONSUMSI PROTEIN DAN SENG SERTA RIWAYAT PENYAKIT INFEKSI TERHADAP KEJADIAN STUNTING PADA ANAK BALITA UMUR 24-59 BULAN DI WILAYAH KERJA PUSKESMAS NUSA PENIDA III Chandra Dewi, Ida Ayu Kade; Tresna Adhi, Kadek
ARCHIVE OF COMMUNITY HEALTH Vol 3, No 1 (2016)
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Stunting is a growth retardation that is showed by short stature over -2SD deficit below the median of height. Stunting is a result of poor nutrition intake or recurrent infectious disease. The aim of this research was to know the influence of consuming energy, protein, zinc and history of infectious disease with stunting among children aged 24-59 months in the Area of Puskesmas Nusa Penida III. This research was held from January to May 2014 using a case-control design. Samples were 32 cases and 32 controls, selected by systematic random sampling. The analysis involved chi-square and logistic regression. Three variables significantly affected the occurrences of stunting namely protein consumption (p=0,0012), zinc consumption (p=0,0005) and history of infectious disease (p=0,0039). The dominant factor affecting stunting are zinc consumption (OR= 9,94) and history of the infectious disease (OR=5,41). Based on the results, the first 1000 days action program such as improved women awareness to fulfill micronutrients consumption like zinc from pregnant until the children have aged 1000 days and the prevention of infectious disease through clean and healthy living behavior to prevent stunting, is needed.
Private Midwives’ Perceptions on Barriers and Enabling Factors to Voluntary Counselling and HIV Test (VCT) in Bali, Indonesia Lubis, Dinar Saurmauli; Wulandari, LPL; Suariyani, Ni Luh Putu; Tresna Adhi, Kadek; Andajani, Sari
Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Nasional Vol 14, No 1 (2019): Volume 14, Issue 1, August 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia

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In Indonesia, more than half of pregnant women seek antenatal care (ANC) at private midwifery clinics. The midwives play an important role in advocating for voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) uptake among pregnant women during ANC. This study examined midwives? perception of barriers and enabling factors with regards to refer pregnant women for HIV testing. The study was conducted in Denpasar City and Badung District, two localities in Bali with high HIV prevalence. Two focus groups discussions with 15 private midwives and five in-depth interviews were conducted. Data were transcribed verbatim and thematic analysis methods were used to examine patterns emerging from the data. Results showed that private midwives face personal barriers in the form of stigma as well as institutional barriers such as VCT operational hours that limit how and when they refer women for VCT. Barriers are strengthened by lack of support or reward from the health office. However, opportunities for integrated and comprehensive support systems within the health system and supportive social environment which would make it easy and rewarding for midwives to refer women to VCT clinics were seen as enabling factors. Increasing uptake of VCT is a necessity for eliminating mother to child HIV transmission.