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The Relationship between the Consumption Pattern of Pokea Clam and Protein with LDL and HDL Levels in Patients with Hypertension


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1 Hasanuddin University, Indonesia
2 Halu Oleo of University, Indonesia
3 Departemen of Medical, Halu Oleo of University, Indonesia
     

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Introduction: This study aims to determine the relationship between the consumption pattern of pokea clam and protein with LDL and HDL levels in patients with hypertension.

Method: This study used an observational analysis method with a case control study design. Research location in the area of the Sampara District. The number of samples was 60 people consisting of 30 case samples and 30 control samples using purposive sampling technique. The data was taken using a questionnaire pokea clam consumption pattern, Semi-Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ-SQ) questionnaire and blood pressure data using mercury sphygmomanometer. Result of the data obtained were processed by analysis of Chi-Square test data with a value of p<0.05 accompanied by an Odd Ratio value.

Results:Statistical analysis showed that the relationship between pokea clam consumption patterns (ρ=0,604; OR=1,408) and protein consumption patterns (ρ=0,218; OR=2,051) with LDL levels. Statistical analysis showed that the consumption patterns of pokea with HDL levels (OR= 1.259,p=0.704) and protein consumption patterns with HDL levels (OR=0.889, p=0.839).

Conclusion: There were no correlation between pokea clam consumption pattern and protein with LDL and HDL levels in hypertensive patients of Sampara District.


Keywords

Batissa Violacea Ceebencus, LDL, HDL, Hypertension, Pokea Clam, Protein.
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IPutu Sudayasa
Hasanuddin University, Indonesia
La Ode Alifariki
Halu Oleo of University, Indonesia
Refi Faradilah
Departemen of Medical, Halu Oleo of University, Indonesia
Noviana Suko Betteng
Departemen of Medical, Halu Oleo of University, Indonesia
Asriati
Departemen of Medical, Halu Oleo of University, Indonesia
Indria Hafizah
Departemen of Medical, Halu Oleo of University, Indonesia
Jamaludin
Departemen of Medical, Halu Oleo of University, Indonesia

Abstract


Introduction: This study aims to determine the relationship between the consumption pattern of pokea clam and protein with LDL and HDL levels in patients with hypertension.

Method: This study used an observational analysis method with a case control study design. Research location in the area of the Sampara District. The number of samples was 60 people consisting of 30 case samples and 30 control samples using purposive sampling technique. The data was taken using a questionnaire pokea clam consumption pattern, Semi-Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ-SQ) questionnaire and blood pressure data using mercury sphygmomanometer. Result of the data obtained were processed by analysis of Chi-Square test data with a value of p<0.05 accompanied by an Odd Ratio value.

Results:Statistical analysis showed that the relationship between pokea clam consumption patterns (ρ=0,604; OR=1,408) and protein consumption patterns (ρ=0,218; OR=2,051) with LDL levels. Statistical analysis showed that the consumption patterns of pokea with HDL levels (OR= 1.259,p=0.704) and protein consumption patterns with HDL levels (OR=0.889, p=0.839).

Conclusion: There were no correlation between pokea clam consumption pattern and protein with LDL and HDL levels in hypertensive patients of Sampara District.


Keywords


Batissa Violacea Ceebencus, LDL, HDL, Hypertension, Pokea Clam, Protein.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi2%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F195074