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국민건강영양조사(2009~2010)를 활용한 한국성인 에서 비타민 D와 근감소증과의 관련성

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Author(s)
장대근
Issued Date
2019
Keyword
Deficiency Sarcopenia Vitamin D 25(OH)D
Abstract
ABSTRACT

Associations between Vitamin D and Sarcopenia in Korean Adults; Based on 2009-2010 Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Objective: This study was conducted to identify the association between vitamin D and Sarcopenia among all adults in Korea using data from the National Health and Nutrition Survey (2009-2010).

Methods: This study was analyzed using the National Health and Nutrition Survey (2009-2010), and participants numbered 10,533 in 2009 and 8,958 in 2010 and 19,491 people participated. among them 17,729 people were adults over 20 ages. A total of 12,324 (male: 5375 men, 6949) were analyzed, excluding 4,800 people who did not measure the Appendicular Skeletal Muscle mass(ASM) and 605 people who did not perform blood tests.

Results: After revised these correction factor such as the sex, age, waist circumference, survey years, season of investigation, household income, education level, marital status, residence, occupation, smoking, high physical activity, moderate physical activity, walking physical activity, use of dietary supplements, and number of chronic disease, Sarcopenia was decreased statistically. And the decrease in Sarcopenia caused by the increase in vitamin D appeared equally among all age groups when analysed stratified age groups.

Conclusion: An analysis using data from the National Health and Nutrition Survey 2009-2010 showed a statistically significant decrease in Sarcopenia as vitamin D increases in all adults in the country.
초록

국민건강영양조사(2009~2010)를 활용한 한국성인 에서 비타민 D와 근감소증과의 관련성

목표: 본 연구는 국민건강영양조사(2009-2010) 자료를 이용하여 우리나라 전체 성인들의 비타민 D와 근감소증의 관련성을 파악하고자 시행하였다.

방법: 국민건강조사(2009-2010) 참여자는 2009년 10,533명이었고, 2010년 8,958명으로 총 19,491명 이었으며, 이 중에서 20세 이상 성인은 17,729명이었다. 사지 근육량 (appendicular skeletal muscle mass, ASM)을 측정하지 않은 사람 4,800명과 혈액검사를 실시하지 않은 사람 605명을 제외하여 총 12,324명(남:5,375명, 여:6,949명)을 최종분석 하였다.

결과: 성별, 연령, 허리둘레, 검사년도, 검사시기, 가구소득, 교육수준, 결혼여부, 거주지역, 직업, 흡연, 고강도 신체활동, 중등도 신체활동, 걷기 신체활동, 식이 보충제 복용 여부, 동반질환 개수를 보정한 후 비타민 D 수준이 증가함에 따라 근감소증은 통계적으로 유의하게 감소하였다.그리고 비타민 D 증가에 따른 근감소증의 감소는 연령대를 층화하여 분석하였을때, 모든 연령층에서 동일하게 나타났다.

결론: 국민건강영양조사 2009-2010 자료를 이용하여 분석한 결과 우리나라 모든 성인에서 비타민 D가 증가함에 따라 근감소증은 통계적으로 유의하게 감소하였다.
Alternative Title
Associations between Vitamin D and Sarcopenia in Korean Adults; Based on 2009-2010 Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
Alternative Author(s)
Jang, Dae Geun
Affiliation
조선대학교 보건대학원
Department
보건대학원 보건학과
Advisor
최성우
Awarded Date
2019. 2
Table Of Contents
목 차

표 목 차 ⅲ
ABSTRACT ⅳ

Ⅰ. 서론··························································1

Ⅱ. 연구 방법··················································3
A. 연구 대상····················································3
B. 조사 변수····················································4
1. 근감소증·····················································4
2. 비타민 D·····················································5
3. 일반적 특성··················································6
4. 건강행태 및 동반질환······································7
C. 자료 분석····················································8

Ⅲ. 연구 결과··················································9
A. 연구 대상자의 일반적 특성 및 건강 행태 및 질환특성·9
1. 연구 대상자의 일반적 특성································9
2. 건강 행태 및 질환특성····································11
B. 비타민 D 수준에 따른 일반적 특성 및
건강행태 및 질환특성······································13
1. 비타민 D 수준에 따른 일반적 특성·····················13
2. 비타민 D 수준에 따른 건강행태 및 동반질환··········15
3. 비타민 D 수준에 따른 근감소증 관련성···············17
4. 연령대별 비타민 D 수준에 따른 근감소증 관련성····19

Ⅳ. 고찰 21
Ⅴ. 요약 및 결론 24

REFERENCE 25
Degree
Master
Publisher
조선대학교 보건대학원
Citation
장대근. (2019). 국민건강영양조사(2009~2010)를 활용한 한국성인 에서 비타민 D와 근감소증과의 관련성
Type
Dissertation
URI
https://oak.chosun.ac.kr/handle/2020.oak/2444
http://chosun.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000267126
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Medicine & Parmacy > Theses(Master)(의학전문대학원/보건대학원/임상약학대학원)
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