Postnatal Factors Associated With The Risk Of Stunting In Toddlers

  • Risa Nurhayati STIKes Satria Bhakti Nganjuk
  • Dewi Indriani STIKes Satria Bhakti Nganjuk
  • Rahayu Budi Utami STIKes Satria Bhakti Nganjuk
Keywords: Birth Weight, Birth Length, Exclusive Breastfeeding, History Of Infectious Diseases, Stunting

Abstract

The design of this study uses observational analytical research with case control design. A sample of 450 toddlers was selected using fixed disease sampling which included a case group of 150 toddlers with stunting and a control group of 300 normal toddlers who were not in stunting, wasting and overweight conditions. The data collection tool uses questionnaires and data processing using double logistic regression analysis. Stunting is influenced by the length of the birth body (OR=3.14; CI 95%=2.42 to 3.86; p=<0.0001), breastfeeding (OR=2.31; CI 95%=1.69 to 2.93; p=<0.0001) and history of infectious diseases (OR=2.26; CI 95%=1.61 to 2.91; p=<0.0001). Birth weight has no effect on stunting events (OR=1; CI 95%=0.32 to 1.68; p=0.004). The incidence of stunting increases with less birth length, unsy exclusive breastfeeding and the absence of a history of infectious diseases in toddlers

Published
2020-11-01
How to Cite
Nurhayati, R., Indriani, D., & Utami, R. (2020). Postnatal Factors Associated With The Risk Of Stunting In Toddlers. STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, 9(2), 1121-1127. https://doi.org/10.30994/sjik.v9i2.453