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《Chinese Journal of Control of Endemic Diseases》 2010-04
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Study on effect of family factors on childbearing aged women's level of iodine nutrition

WANG Feng-rui,Aihait·A,TU Jie,et al(Center for Disease Control and Prevention of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region,Urumqi 830002)  
Objective This study was to evaluate iodine nutrition in the women of childbearing age affected by Family factors in the difficult prevention region of iodine deficiency,put forward to pertinent measures.Methods Based on the program of China's Iodine Deficiency Disorders(IDD) on high-risk areas,investigation was carried out in Hetian.The investigation contents include:the housewife culture degree,iodine nutrition,knowledge about prevention of IDD,salt type,family economic status,family children quantity,etc.Results(1)It showed a positive correlation between coverage of iodized salt and urinary iodine levels(r=0.142,P0.05);the higher coverage of iodine salt,the higher level of urinary iodine(χ2 =134.58,P0.05);(2)Housewives knowledge about prevention of IDD significantly affected iodized salt coverage(χ2=63.069,P0.05) and levels of urinary iodine(χ2=7.081,P0.05);(3)The more housewives children quantity,the lower level of urinary iodine(χ2=17.43,P0.05);(4) Level of urinary iodine is closely related to housewife culture degree and the level of income(r=0.091,P0.05;r=0.078,P0.05);(5)The iodine nutrition level showed no difference in different physiology condition women of childbearing age.Conclusions Many single factors affecting the level of urinary iodine from big to small were the coverage rate of the iodine salt,the children's quantity and knowledge about prevention of IDD,but family's income,culture degree,physiology condition,etc,had no significant effect.Among many affecting factors only per capita average income and salt type had effect.
【CateGory Index】: R173
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