Cut-off of anthropometry measurement and nutritional status among elderly outpatient in Indonesia: multi-centre study.

Siti Setiati, Rahmi Istanti, Rejeki Andayani, R. A.Tuty Kuswardhani, I. G.P.Suka Aryana, I. Dewa Putu, M. Apandi, Jusri Ichwani, Sumarmi Soewoto, Rose Dinda, Syifa Mustika

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Abstract

To obtain the cut-off value of anthropometric measurements and nutritional status of elderly in Indonesia. A multicentre-cross sectional study was performed at 9 hospitals in Indonesia. The data collected comprises of samples characteristics, anthropometric measurements (weight, height, trisep, bisep, subscapular, suprailiac, and circumference of the hip, waist, arm, calf, and thigh), albumin value, MNA score and ADL Index of Barthel. A total of 702 subjects were collected. The average value of serum albumin is 4.28 g/dl, with 98% subjects had normal serum albumin (> 3.5 g/dl). The mean MNA score and BMI was 23.07 and 22.54 respectively. Most of subjects (56.70%) had risk of malnutrition based on MNA score, and 45.01% had normal nutritional status based on body mass index. Average value of several anthropometric measures (weight, stature, and body mass index; sub-scapular and supra-iliac skinfolds; thigh, calf, mid-arm, and waist circumferences) in various age groups in both groups of women and men were obtained. Cut-off values of various anthropometric indicators were also analyzed in this study with MNA as a gold standard. This study showed age related anthropometric measurement differences in both men and women aged 60 years and older.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)224-230
Number of pages7
JournalActa medica Indonesiana
Volume42
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2010

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