HUBUNGAN ANTARA KONSUMSI LEMAK, NATRIUM DAN KADAR KOLESTEROL LDL DALAM DARAH TERHADAP HIPERTENSI (Studi Di Poliklinik Penyakit Dalam Rumah Sakit Daerah dr. Haryoto 8 Lumajang)
INDRI KUSUMANING DIAH
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High blood pressure or hypertension is known as degenerative and cardiovascular disease which is one public health problem in Indonesia. In Indonesia, cases of hypertension reached 17-21% of the population and mostly undetectable. In ‘dr. Haryoto’ Hospital Lumajang hypertension in the top 10 because of disease from year to year tend to increase. In the first 6 months of 2010 reached 433 hypertensive patients. The general objective of this research is to analyze the relationship between the consumption of sodium, fat and LDL cholesterol levels in blood with high blood pressure in the clinic of the disease in the Hospital 'dr. Haryoto' Lumajang. This study used a cross sectional approach to the technique of sampling using simple random sampling. The pattern of hypertension prevention of food is often consumed respondent is tempe, tofu, tomatoes, bananas, fresh water fish and low-fat skim milk. Patterns of food triggers hypertension is often consumed respondents are liver, beef, chips, soft drinks, evaporation, full cream milk and ‘tape’. There are 3 (three) variables significantly associated with hypertension are: fat variables (p value = 0014), sodium (p = 0.013) and LDL cholesterol levels in blood (p = 0.025) with hypertension.
- UT-Faculty of Public Health