Vol - 25, Issue - 2
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-29-01-2020-181
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Abstract : Fetal development disorders in pregnancy occur because of the increased need for iodine, while the intake or level of consumption of iodine sourced from household salt and comes from food shortages. Research design is <em>Case-Control</em> with fetal developmental disorders: Intra-Uterine Fetal Death (IUFD), Premature, Low Birth Weight (LBW) and Abortion. Control was taken in the same region and characteristics, derived from secondary data in 6 Public Health Centers (urban and rural) areas. Data collection by interview, observation, and examination of household iodine salt levels with iodine test. Analysis of hypothesis testing with test chi-square and logistic regression with a significance of 5% and a confidence level of 95%. The results showed from 27 cases known as many as 55.6% there was a disruption of fetal development in non-iodized household salt [POR (Prevalence Odds Ratio)]: 2.95 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.66-13.13] and 42, 3% occurs in iodized iodine less salt [POR (Prevalence Odds Ratio): 1.70 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.37-7.85]. The relationship between consumption level and fetal developmental disorder showed that 48.8% experienced fetal developmental disruption at the level of unfavorable consumption of iodine, [POR (Prevalence Odds Ratio): 4.39 95% confidence interval (CI) 1.40-13.68]. Fetal developmental disorders have a large percentage that occurs in respondents in which kitchen salt does not have iodine levels and occurs in respondents with the level of consumption of fewer iodine foods with the most disorders was IUFD and LBW

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