Perbedaan Kadar Vitamin D pada Wanita Usia Reproduksi Tidak Hamil dan Wanita Hamil Trimester Pertama

Mochamad Rizkar Arev Sukarsa, Radiastomo Samekta Budi, Benny Hasan Purwara, Hanom Husni Syam, Johanes Cornelius Mose, Yudi Mulyana Hidayat, R. M. Sonny Sasotya

Abstract


Tujuan: Penelitian ini untuk mengetahui perbedaan kadar vitamin D pada wanita usia reproduksi tidak hamil dan wanita hamil trimester pertama.
Metode: Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian analitik observasional dengan metode rancangan Comparative Cross Sectional yaitu membandingkan kadar vitamin D pada dua kelompok yaitu wanita usia reproduksi tidak hamil dan wanita hamil trimester pertama. Subjek penelitian yaitu wanita usia reproduksi (18-35 tahun) tidak hamil dan bertempat tinggal di kota Bandung dengan wanita dengan usia kehamilan trimester pertama yang memenuhi kriteria inklusi penelitian (n=60). Pada kedua kelompok dilakukan pemeriksaan kadar vitamin D kemudian diperiksa dengan metode Electro-chemiluminescence immunoassay (ECLIA). Penelitian ini dilakukan di RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung pada bulan Februari-April 2018.
Hasil: Hasil penelitian menunjukkan kadar vitamin D rata-rata pada kelompok wanita usia reproduksi tidak hamil adalah 18,73 (6,93) ng/mL, sementara pada kelompok wanita hamil trimester pertama yaitu 13,87 (4,04) ng/mL. Perbedaan kadar rata-rata vitamin D pada kedua kelompok tersebut bermakna dengan nilai p<0,001
Simpulan: Kadar vitamin D pada kelompok wanita hamil trimester pertama lebih rendah dibandingkan dengan kelompok usia reproduksi tidak hamil

Differences of vitamin D Level in Non-Pregnant Reproductive Age Women and First Trimester Pregnant Women

Abstract
Objective: This research aims to compare differences in vitamin D levels in the group of non pregnant women of reproductive age and group of first trimester pregnant women.
Method: This type of research is an observational analytic study with Comparative Cross Sectional design method that is comparing vitamin D levels in two groups: non pregnant women of reproductive age and first trimester pregnant women. Subjects of the study were women of reproductive age (18-35 years) who were not pregnant and lived in Bandung with women with first trimester gestational age who fulfilled the inclusion criteria (n=60). In both groups examined vitamin D levels and then examined by Electro-chemiluminescence immunoassay (ECLIA) method. This research was conducted at Hasan Sadikin Hospital Bandung in February-April 2018
Result: The results showed that the average vitamin D level in the non pregnant women of reproductive age group was 18.73 (6.93) ng/mL, while in the first trimester pregnant women group was 13.87 (4.04) ng/mL. The difference in mean vitamin D levels in both groups was significant with p <0.001
Conclusion: Levels of vitamin D in the group of first trimester pregnant women are lower than the group of non pregnant women of reproductive
 
Key words: Vitamin D, women of reproductive age not pregnant, first trimester pregnant women




Keywords


Vitamin D, wanita usia reproduksi tidak hamil, wanita hamil trimester pertama

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