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    This study aims to assess the prevalence of anemia and chronic energy deficiency (CED), and their relationship in preconceptions women in Takalar District, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. This study was a cross-sectional study of 300 preconceptions women. Data were collected by questionnaires, anthropometric measurements, and 24-h recall. Hemoglobin was assessed using Hemocue. Data were analyzed using chi-square and logistic regression tests. Most mothers aged 20-30 years (65.3%) and the length of education was 10-12 years (41%) and the average income was 1-2 million (46.7%). The prevalence of anemia was 23% and chronic energy deficiency (CED) was 18%. There was some factor related to chronic energy deficiency, among others age (P=0.000), education (P=0.020), occupation (P=0.034), parity (P=0.000), and also between anemia with CED (P=0.018). After controlling for other variables there was an influence of anemia 2 times more likely to suffer from chronic energy deficiency. We found that the prevalence of anemia and chronic energy deficiency (CED) is still high in preconception women and there is a significant borderline between anemia and CED. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier España, S.L.U. All rights reserved.


    Rahayu Nurul Reski, Veni Hadju, Rahayu Indriasari, Masyita Muis. Anemia, chronic energy deficiency and their relationship in preconception women. Enfermeria clinica. 2020 Oct;30 Suppl 6:76-80

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