Rahmi Lestari

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Results Increased blood pressure occurred in 32% of all samples with 27% of prehypertension and 5% hypertension. Dyslipidemia, cholesterol levels, high LDL and triglycerides and low HDL levels found respectively 40%, 41.3%, 25% and 43.8% of the total sample. Obese adolescents with increased blood pressure have high triglyceride levels compared with obese(More)
Background The prevalence of obesity in children increased from year to year and cause a variety of chronic diseases such as Non Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH). NASH is a liver inflammation due to accumulation of fat in the liver, which had no relationship with alcohol consumption, but associated with obesity and diabetes factors. In most cases, diagnosis(More)
Result The samples included 36 male (45%) and 44 female (55%) adolescents obesity with mean of ages 16 years 4 months. Mean of body mass index was 32,02(SD 3,47). The dyslipidemia; hypercholesterolemia, increased LDL, increased of triglyceride and decreased of HDL (40%, 41,3%, 25% and 43,8% respectively). The triglyceride level increased with increasing BMI(More)
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