HEAVY ACTIVITY MORE AT RISK FOR CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE

Isro’in, Laily and Rosjidi, Cholik Harun (2015) HEAVY ACTIVITY MORE AT RISK FOR CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE. THE PROCEEDING OF INTERNATIONAL JOINT CONFERENCE "CHALLENGES IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ASIAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC) IN THE HEALTH SECTOR IN INDONESIA". pp. 872-880. ISSN 2477-0639

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Abstract

The heavier workload, the more energy and nutrients needed, so that the physical condition of workers decreased and increased oxygen demand. Solid and busy work to make people choose energy drinks as a source of instant energy. The more drinking supplements, the risk for terminal chronic renal failure is also higher. This study aimed to identify risk factors for chronic renal failure is based on (1) social factors, 2) biomedical risk factors, 3) behavioral risk factors, and 4) predisposing factors, including age, gender, family history and genetic. The study was cross-sectional in hospitals dr.Harjono Ponorogo with a sample of 100 respondents. The instrument in this study are from the WHO STEPS. Analysis of data using frequency distribution. The relationship between risk factors using chi-square with α = 0.05. Results of the study found that the risk factors for chronic renal failure is 68% heavy activity. The relationship between frequency of heavy activity with herbal drink significant p-value = 0.035. The relationship between the number of days of heavy activity with a significant amount of drinking supplements p = 0.001. Movement counseling about healthy eating, disease chronic renal failure and early detection of chronic kidney disease should be improved.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Proceeding
Depositing User: Ahdani Subhan
Date Deposited: 05 Sep 2016 06:13
Last Modified: 05 Sep 2016 06:14
URI: http://eprints.umpo.ac.id/id/eprint/2066

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