Lukmono, Djoko Tri Hadi
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A Calculating Actual Stature of Elderly through Arm Span and Knee Height Measurements Pertiwi, Julia; Kartasurya, Martha Irene; Lukmono, Djoko Tri Hadi; Setyawan, Henry; Martini, Martini
Health Notions Vol 2 No 2 (2018): February 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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Background: Most of estimation height study was calculated with one predictor. This research tried to arrange regression model by combining two predictors. Methods: The type of study was observational with cross sectional design. The study population is aged 60-69 years old in Wonogiri District. The sample size of 136 included 65 men and 71 women with purposive sampling technique. Data collection technique is observation on anthropometry measurement. Data analyzed with Pearson Product Moment, Unpaired T-test and Linear Regression. Results: Arm span is positively correlated with value of p<0.001; r=0.886 in men and p<0.001; r=0.992 in women. Knee height is positively correlated with p value <0.001; r=0.989 in men and p<0.001; r=0.986 in women. The height estimated from the arm span–knee height formulas: Women height (cm) = 40.915+[0.457 x AS (cm)]+[0.818 x KH (cm)]. Men height (cm) = 34.426+[0.513 x AS (cm)]+[0.813 x KH (cm)]. The highest overestimation happen at Chumlea’s formula in men at women group (6.01 cm) and highest underestimation happen at Fatmah’s formula in women group (-0.72 cm). Conclusions: Arm span is more accurately used in women, whereas knee height is more accurate in men. Predictor combinations can be used to predict height more accurately.
Faktor-Faktor yang Berpengaruh terhadap Kejadian Tuberkulosis pada Wanita (Studi Kasus di RSUD Kabupaten Brebes) Muslih, Muslih; Lukmono, Djoko Tri Hadi; Suhartono, Suhartono; Suwondo, Ari; Martini, Martini
Jurnal Epidemiologi Kesehatan Komunitas Vol 3, No 1: Februari 2018
Publisher : Master of Epidemiology, School of Postgraduate Studies, Diponegoro University, Indonesia

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Background: Tuberculosis (TB) risk in women increased during the productive age. Various problems can arise if a woman suffering from TB given the role of women, especially married, pregnant, and have children. Her role as a housewife who must carry out the task of physical and mental care of children at the same time taking care of her husband will be disrupted. To determine the chances of marital status, pregnancy, parity, physical activity, level of education, level of knowledge, the kitchen smoke pollution, household contact history, history of comorbidities DM, population density, and spacious house ventilation of TB incidence in women.Methods: The study was observational analytic study with case control design. The sample size is as much as 128 people, consisting of 64 cases and 64 controls. Sampling was done by proportional random sampling technique. Data were analyzed with univariable, bivariable, and multivariable.Results: The results of multivariate analysis, parity (OR 5.9, 95% CI 2.40-14.89, p 0.0001), contact history (OR 4.9, 95% CI 1.75-14.14, p 0.003), pollution kitchen smoke (OR 4.2, 95% CI 1.71-10.67, p 0.002), ventilation (OR 4.2, 95% CI 1.72- 10.44, p 0.002) as a risk factor for TB in women.Conclusion: The incidence of tuberculosis in women in Brebes chance or greater risk inwomen with high parity, a history of contacts, exposure to cooking smoke pollution is high and stay at home with ventilation that do not qualify health requirements.