The Relationship Between Low Fiber Consumption and the Incidence of Haemorrhoids Patients
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- hemorrhoids, low fiber consumption
One of risk factors for the occurrence of hemorrhoids is a low fiber consumption habit. Hemorrhoids are widening and inflammation of the veins in the anal area that originate from the hemorrhoidal plexus. This study aims to determine the relationship between low fiber consumption and the incidence of hemorrhoids patients in the surgical department of Dustira Hospital Cimahi. This study is used an analytical design with cross sectional design. The data of this study were analyzed using the chi square test. The results of the study: there were 38 patients with hemorrhoids were taken with the total sampling method. Research shows that the number of hemorrhoids cases is found at the group age of 41 – 50 years with percentage 31,6% and in women at percentage 68,4%. Hemorrhoid patients who consumed lower fiber as many as 28 people (73,7%). Hemorrhoid patients who consumed the low fiber at the group age of 41 – 50 years at percentage 28,6%. Women consume low fiber at percentage 67,9%. Analytical test results showed a significant relationship between low fiber consumption and hemorrhoids incidence in patients in Surgery Department (p=0,016). Based on the results, there was an effect of fiber consumption with hemorrhoids events in patients at the Surgery Department of Dustira Cimahi Hospital.
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TY - CONF AU - Lukmana Lokarjana AU - Trianda Kanseria AU - Rini Roslaeni AU - Aditya Yudha Pratama PY - 2021 DA - 2021/07/24 TI - The Relationship Between Low Fiber Consumption and the Incidence of Haemorrhoids Patients BT - Proceedings of the 12th Annual Scientific Meeting, Medical Faculty, Universitas Jenderal Achmad Yani, International Symposium on "Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response during COVID 19 Pandemic" (ASMC 2021) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 197 EP - 199 SN - 2468-5739 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ahsr.k.210723.047 DO - 10.2991/ahsr.k.210723.047 ID - Lokarjana2021 ER -