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      Vitamin A nutritional status and associated factors among primary and middle school students in Chongqing

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          Objective To examine the vitamin A status of children and adolescents aged between 6–17 years old in Chongqing, and to analyze the influencing factors of vitamin A deficiency, providing a scientific basis for nutritional improvement measures.

          Methods From 2016 to 2017, a multi-stage random sampling method was used to select approximately 1 508 children and adolescents aged between 6–17 years old from three rural and three urban locations in Chongqing. This study carried out a questionnaire survey and laboratory testing, and the statistical analysis was performed using SPSS version 25.0.

          Results The mean vitamin A level was (1.45±0.42) μmoL/L, while the prevalence of vitamin A deficiency and the subclinical deficiency rate were 0.46% and 13.46%, respectively. The binary Logistic regression analysis revealed that the following factors were associated with a lower risk of vitamin A deficiency: overweight and obese students ( OR=0.51); students whose mothers had a high school education or above ( OR=0.35, P=0.01); students from big cities; and higher quartile albumin levels ( Q3 and Q4). Students who did not eat meat each day ( OR=2.05), students aged 6–8 years old, and students with C-reactive protein in the third ( OR=2.12) and fourth ( OR=4.54) higher quartiles were at a higher risk of vitamin A deficiency.

          Conclusion The subclinical vitamin A deficiency rate was relatively high among children aged 6–17 years old in Chongqing. Measures including nutritional education, reasonable diets, and nutritionally fortified food or fortifiers should be used when necessary.

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          【摘要】 目的 了解重庆市 6~17 岁中小学生维生素 A 营养状况, 并分析维生素 A 缺乏的影响因素, 为后续研究和制定 营养改善措施提供科学依据。 方法 于 2016—2017 年, 通过多阶段分层与人口成比例整群随机抽样方法在重庆市选择 3 个农村点和 3 个城市点, 抽取 1 508 名 6~17 岁儿童青少年, 开展问卷调查和实验室检测, 采用 SPSS 25.0 进行统计分析。 结果 学生维生素A浓度均值为 (1.45±0.42) μmoL/L, 维生素 A 缺乏率和亚临床缺乏率分别为 0.46%, 13.46%。二元 Logistic 回归分析结果表明, 超重及肥胖 ( OR=0.51)、母亲文化程度为高中及以上 ( OR=0.35)、大城市、白蛋白四分位数为 Q3 和 Q4 的学生与维生素A缺乏呈负相关, 每天不吃肉 ( OR=2.05)、C 反应蛋白四分位数为 Q3 ( OR=2.12) 和 Q4 ( OR=4.54) 的学生与维生素 A 缺乏呈正相关 ( P 值均<0.05)。 结论 重庆市 6~8 岁中小学生维生素 A 亚临床缺乏率较高。建议通过 加强营养教育、保障合理膳食、必要时使用营养强化食品或营养强化剂等手段进行改善。

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          Journal
          CJSH
          Chinese Journal of School Health
          Chinese Journal of School Health (China )
          1000-9817
          01 May 2021
          01 June 2021
          : 42
          : 5
          : 667-670
          Affiliations
          [1] 1Institute of Public Health and Safety Monitoring, Center for Disease Control and Prevention of Chongqing, Chongqing (400042), China
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          *Corresponding author: LI Qunying, E-mail: lqycqcdc@ 123456qq.com
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          j.cnki.1000-9817.2021.05.007
          10.16835/j.cnki.1000-9817.2021.05.007
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          © 2021 Chinese Journal of School Health

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          Ophthalmology & Optometry,Pediatrics,Nutrition & Dietetics,Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry,Public health
          Vitamin A,Adolescent,Child,Regression analysis,Nutritional status,Vitamin A deficiency

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