Pengukuran Massa Tulang Pada Wanita Dewasa Di Posyandu Nenas Desa Kualu Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Tambang Kabupaten Kampar

Measurement of Bone Mass in Adult Women at the Nenas Posyandu, Kualu Village, Mining Health Center Working Area, Kampar Regency

Authors

  • Sri Desfita Desfita STIKes Hang Tuah Pekanbaru
  • Sri Wardani STIKes Hang Tuah Pekanbaru
  • Jihan Natassa STIKes Hang Tuah Pekanbaru
  • Wulan Sari STIKes Hang Tuah Pekanbaru

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25311/jpkk.Vol2.Iss1.1213

Keywords:

bone mass, nutrinional status, BMI, adult women

Abstract

Pada Usia 40 tahun massa tulang pada wanita dewasa mulai menurun. Pengukuran massa tulang pada wanita dewasa penting dilakukan sebagai upaya pencegahan terhadap osteoporosis. Saat ini belum ada program pencegahan osteoporosis pada wanita dewasa dalam bentuk pengukuran massa tulang sehingga perlu dilakukan pengukuran massa tulang agar wanita dewasa dapat mengetahui kesehatan tulangnya dan risiko terhadap osteoporosis. Tujuan dari pengabdian kepada masyarakat ini membantu wanita dewasa dalam mengetahui kesehatan tulangnya dan risiko terhadap osteoporosis melalui pengukuran massa tulang. Pelaksanaan kegiatan pengabdian kepada masyarakat dilakukan dengan mengukur massa tulang dan status gizi wanita dewasa dengan indeks status gizi Indeks Massa Tubuh (IMT). Pengukuran massa tulang dan berat badan menggunakan alat Timbangan Badan Digital BC-G02 Body Composition Monitor sedangkan untuk pengukuran tinggi badan menggunakan microtoise. Sebanyak 22 wanita dewasa mengikuti kegiatan pengukuran massa tulang dengan rata-rata usia 36,9 tahun, usia terendah 24 tahun dan usia tertinggi 50 tahun. Status gizi wanita dewasa sebagian besar termasuk gizi lebih (40,9%) dan obes (31,8%). Massa tulang responden sebagian besar termasuk kategori kurang (72,7%). Disarankan kepada wanita dewasa untuk meningkatkan massa tulangnya dengan meningkatkan asupan kalsium dan vitamin D.

Abstract

At the age of 40 years, bone mass in adult women begins to decline. Measurement of bone mass in adult women is important to prevent osteoporosis. Currently, there is no osteoporosis prevention program for adult women in the form of measuring bone mass, so it is necessary to measure bone mass hence adult women could know their bone health and risk for osteoporosis. The purpose of this community service was to assist adult women in knowing their bone health and risk for osteoporosis by measuring bone mass. The implementation of community service activities was carried out by measuring bone mass and nutritional status of adult women with the BMI nutritional status index. Measurement of bone mass and body weight using the Tanita Digital Scales BC-G02 Body Composition Monitor, while measuring height using a microtoise. A total of 22 adult women participated in the measurement of bone mass with an average age of 36.9 years, the lowest age was 24 years and the highest age was 50 years. The nutritional status of adult women mostly included overweight (40.9%) and obesity (31.8%). Most of the respondents' bone mass was in the poor category (72.7%). It is recommended for adult women to increase their bone mass by increasing the intake of calcium and vitamin D.

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Published

2022-04-29

How to Cite

Desfita, S. D., Wardani, S. ., Natassa, J. ., & Sari, . W. . (2022). Pengukuran Massa Tulang Pada Wanita Dewasa Di Posyandu Nenas Desa Kualu Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Tambang Kabupaten Kampar: Measurement of Bone Mass in Adult Women at the Nenas Posyandu, Kualu Village, Mining Health Center Working Area, Kampar Regency. Jurnal Pengabdian Kesehatan Komunitas, 2(1), 67–73. https://doi.org/10.25311/jpkk.Vol2.Iss1.1213