The Correlation of Nutritional Status and the Incidence of Anemia in Girls Class X Accounting 1 in SMK PGRI 2 Kediri

  • Yunda Dwi Jayanti Akbid Dharma Husada Kediri
  • Lely Khulafa'ur Rosidah Akbid Dharma Husada Kediri
  • Megawati Sirait
Keywords: Nutritional status, Iincidence of anemia, Girls


Adolescence is transition period from childhood to adulthood period with a limit of age 10-19 years old , which one based on physically will experience of change as specific and based on psychological will begin to search for identity, pysical changes because of the growth that occurs will affect health status and nutrition. And an imbalance between the intake of needs will lead to more nutritional problems and lea nutrition that give effect anemia. The purpose of this study to know about the correlation between nutritioanal status with the incidence of anemia. This study is correlational study with cross-secional approach. The population is all girls grade X Accounting 1 in SMK PGRI 2 Kota Kediri. The technique using " total sampling" is 50 student. Data retrieval is done on mei 7- 21th 2017. Independent variables is nutritional status  while dependent variables that is anemia incidence. Instrumental this study in dependent variable that is nutritional status is scales and microtoice staturmeter to measure BMI while dependent variable that is incidence of anemia is Hb electric to measure hemoglobin level. Statistical test used spearman Rank. The result of this study showed that the majority of normal nutritional status of 32 responden (64%) and  no anemia that is 29 respondent (58%) . Test result spearman rank with SPSS program is p- value  obtained for 0.002 < α 0.05  and r 0.434. And it a means there is a correlation nutritional status with the occurence of anemia in adolescent girls class X Accounting 1 in SMK PGRI 2 Kota Kediri. From the result of this study is expected to increase the participant of principles with health officials in the provision of counseling about nutrition in Girls so that the knowladge of respondents better than.