The Relationship Consumption Patterns of Pokea Clams (Batissa Violaceavar. Celebensis, von Martens, 1897) and Lipids with Total Cholesterol Levels and Triglycerides in Patients with Hypertension
Introduction: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between pokea clams and lipid consumption patterns with total cholesterol and triglyceride levels in hypertensive patients in the Sampara District.
Method: This study uses an analytic observational with a case control design the population of this research is the people who consume pokea clamps. Sample of this research amount 60 people, divided into 30 cases and 30 control. The sampling technique uses purposive-sampling method. Data taken by using a questionnaire consumption pattern of pokea clamps, questionnaire of Semi Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ-SQ) and the blood pressure were taken by using a mercury sphygmomanometer. Data analysis use the calculation of Odds Ratio.
Results: Statically, p values and OR value that is obtained from the consumption pattern of pokea clamps (Batissa violacea var. celebensis von Marten, 1897) (p value = 0,342; OR = 1,750; CI 95% = 0,548-5,586), pattern of lipid consumption (p value = 1,000; OR = 1,027; CI 95% = 0,247-4,273) to total cholesterol level in Sampara district region. Statistically, p value and OR value from all respondents with the pokea consumption pattern (von Marten, 1897. Batissa violacea var. celebensis) by control and cases group (p value = 2,05; OR = 2,31; CI 95% = 0,72-7,4). The statistical result of lipid consumption pattern between the control and cases group (p value = 0,47; OR = 0,44; CI 95% = 1,00-1,97) agains triglyceride levels in the Sampara District.
Conclusion: There is no relationship between consumption pattern of pokea clamps and pattern of lipid consumption with total cholesterol and triglyceride levels in hypertension patient in Sampara district region.
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