ANALYSIS OF THE MODEL OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRIMA FACTORS AND HYPERURISEMICAL EVENTS ON ELDERLY AGE IN WORKING AREA OF UPT PUSKESMAS MENGWI III, REGENCY OF BADUNG
The distribution of joint disease in Indonesia is 11,9% and arthritis is a joint disease that is common in elderly people. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship model between PRIMA factor and hyperuricemia incidence in elderly in the working area of UPT Puskesmas Mengwi III, Badung Regency. The design of this study was cross sectional with the number of samples 43 elderly age. The intake of protein and vitamin C were obtained through interview using SQ-FFQ form, BMI (Body Mass Index) data through anthropometric measurement, smoking and alcohol consumption data obtained through interview using questionnaire. Smoking habits and alcohol drinks, consumption of vitamin C and BMI have a tendency to cause hyperuricemia but statistically using the chi-square test is not significant, whereas the level of protein consumption has no tendency and is not statistically significant. The result of binomial logistic regression analysis showed that the highest risk factor of PRIMA factor was the consumption level of vitamin C deficit at risk 7,668 times causing hyperuricemia. Therefore, It is necessary to provide the information about the importance of multiply consumption of vegetables and fruits with rich of vitamin C in order to prevent hyperuricemia.
Keywords: intake of protein, smoking habits, BMI, intake of vitamin C, alcohol consumption habits, hyperuricemia