skip to main content

Beberapa Faktor Yang Berpengaruh Terhadap Keluhan Nyeri Punggung Bawah Pada Penjual Jamu Gendong

*Mayrika Pratiwi H  -  Alumni Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat Universitas Diponegoro Semarang, Indonesia
Yuliani Setyaningsih  -  Bagian Kesehatan dan Keselamatan Kerja FKM UNDIP Semarang, Indonesia
Bina Kurniawan  -  Bagian Kesehatan dan Keselamatan Kerja FKM UNDIP Semarang, Indonesia
Martini Martini  -  Bagian Epidemiologi dan Penyakit Tropis FKM UNDIP Semarang, Indonesia

Citation Format:
Background: Herbal Tonic Beverage Carriers are considered as high risk group of low backpain occurrence due to their activities such as bending position, lifting and carrying heavy loads. This study aims to analyze factors influencing low back pain occurrence among herbaltonic beverage carriers.
Method: It was a cross sectional analytical study involved 30 herbal tonic beverage carriers in Geneng Village, Mijen Sub-district, District of Demak. Chi-square and logistic regression were employed as analysis tools.
Result: This study found that age (p=0.355), working period (p=1.000), duration of lifting (p=0.433), weight of load (p=0.029) and lifting technique (p=0.628) have no correlation with low back pain occurrence. Multivariate analysis showed that sitting position was the only factor which predicts the occurrence of low back pain. Regarding this finding, it is
recommended for herbal tonic beverage carriers to have a better working position during their works in order to prevent their vertebrae from injury.
Keyword : Low back pain, herbal tonic beverage carriers

Fulltext View|Download

Article Metrics:

Last update:

No citation recorded.

Last update: 2024-04-18 22:35:27

  1. Mapping ergonomics application to improve SMEs working condition in industrially developing countries: a critical review

    Hermawati S.. Ergonomics, 57 (12), 2014. doi: 10.1080/00140139.2014.953213
  2. A radiologic feature of spine related to musculoskeletal disorder on pedicab drivers

    Septadina I.. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 127 (1), 2019. doi: 10.1088/1742-6596/1246/1/012058