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|Title:||HUBUNGAN KADAR ADIPONEKTIN SERUM MATERNAL DENGAN BERAT BADAN DAN PANJANG BADAN BAYI BARU LAHIR|
|Keywords:||Adiponectin, Body Weight, Body Length, Newborns|
|Abstract:||ABSTRACT The Correlation Between The Adiponectin Serum Levels During Maternity And The Weight And Length Of The Newborns Lenny Nainggolan Adiponectin is a hormone produced by adipose tissue, which plays a role in the regulation of fetus growth through the modulation of placenta nutrients. Obesity is one of the factors that can reduce adiponectin levels. The low adiponectin levels during maternity are assumed to be related to the increase of fetal growth. The aim of the research is to determine the correlation between adiponectin serum levels during maternity and the weight and length of the newborns. The research design was a cross-sectional analysis on 40 pregnant women in two hospitals: Dr.Rasidin Padang and Dr. Reksodiwiryo Padang by using consecutive sampling technique. The adiponectin levels were examined in the biomedical laboratory of Medical Faculty in University of Andalas by employing ELISA method. The data normality was tested by Shapiro Wilk and statistical analysis applied Pearson correlation test. The mean level of adiponectin serum during maternity is 0.1753 ± 0.007 µg/mL, the mean weight of the newborns is 2971.25 ± 424.10 gr, and the average length of the newborns is 47.55 ± 1.75 cm. There is a potentially and significantly negative correlation between adiponectin serum levels during maternity and the newborns weight (r=-0.679; p<0,05). There is a moderately negative correlation between adiponectin serum levels during maternity and the newborns length (r=-0.567; p<0,05). The research shows that the low levels of adiponectin serum during maternity tend to raise the weight and length of the newborns.|
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