종합병원 소아청소년과 내원 초등학생의 비만도와 관련 요인 분석

Title
종합병원 소아청소년과 내원 초등학생의 비만도와 관련 요인 분석
Other Titles
Obesity Index and Related Factors among Elementary School Students Visiting Pediatric Department of General Hospital
Author(s)
서정숙이환희[이환희]최수경
Keywords
underweight; overweight; dietary habit; nutritional knowledge; biochemical status
Issue Date
201205
Citation
대한영양사협회 학술지, v.18, no.2, pp.186 - 199
Abstract
The present study was conducted to investigate dietary habits and biochemical indices according to the obesity index of elementary school students visiting a hospital for diagnosis. The subjects of this study were 150 elementary school students and their mothers. The overweight rates of child subjects were 37.5% for males and 40.9% for females, whereas the rates of underweight children were 35.0% for males and 14.5% for females. Children's obesity index significantly decreased with an increase in the average monthly income of children's families. Children's obesity index, mothers' weights, BMI, and percent ideal body weight were all positively correlated. Blood biochemical values in children (hemoglobin, hematocrit, albumin, globulin, glucose, total cholesterol, and triglyceride levels) and their obesity index also showed positive correlation. For the underweight group, the frequency of iron-deficiency anemia was significantly high, whereas for the overweight group, the frequency of dyslipidemia was high. There was a significant increase in children's obesity index and a decrease in frequency of regular exercise with time spent on the TV/computer. The normal weight group recorded the highest total scores for mothers' nutritional knowledge, whereas the overweight group recorded the lowest total scores. Therefore, to maintain healthy weight in children, nutritional education programs for mothers and children should be developed.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/28246
ISSN
1225-9861
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