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Journal > journal of internal medicine > KORELASI ANTARA KONSUMSI ALKOHOL DAN FRACTIONAL URIC ACID CLEARANCE (FUAC) PADA POPULASI SUKU BALI DI DESA PENGLIPURAN, KUBU, BANGLI

 

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journal of internal medicine
Vol. 11, No. 3 September 2010
KORELASI ANTARA KONSUMSI ALKOHOL DAN FRACTIONAL URIC ACID CLEARANCE (FUAC) PADA POPULASI SUKU BALI DI DESA PENGLIPURAN, KUBU, BANGLI
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27 Nov 2012
 
Hyperuricemia is a term for serum uric acid (UA) level above normal limit, cause by overproduction or underexcretion.Fractional Uric Acid Clearance (FUAC) can determine both conditions. One of many factors affect to FUAC is alcohol.A cross sectional analytic study perform on Balinesse people in Penglipuran Village, to know correlation between alcoholconsumption and FUAC. We arrange a questionaire with anthropometric data, physical and laboratory examinations, to collectdata on September 2009. Blood and urine examinations perform in Laboratorium Klinik Prodia Denpasar. Data was analyzed bycomputer software, result in charactericstic descriptions, Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests for data normality, Spearman!s correlationto analyze dependent variable and independent variable, and multiple linear analysis, with 95% conÞ dent interval (CI) andsigniÞ cance value p < 0.05.Ninety people fulÞ lled inclusions criteria, consist of 30 (33.3 %) female and 60 (66.7%) male. Mean age was 42.40 ± 13.91years, mean UA serum were 5.19 ± 1.40 mg/dl, with 79 people (88.9 %) normouricemia and 11 people (11.1 %) hyperuricemia.Alcohol consumption prevalence was 47.8%. Mean FUAC were 7.92 ± 2.97%. Spearman!s correlation coeÞ cients (r) were -0.24;p = 0.02 between alcohol consumption and FUAC, while Ancova multivariate result none of variable signiÞ cant to FUAC, butalcohol consumption. In conclusion, there is a signiÞ cant correlation between alcohol consumption and FUAC.
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