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1 The STEPS survey of chronic disease risk factors in Indonesia/Depok was carried out from February 2003 to March Indonesia/Depok carried out Step 1, Step 2 and Step 3. Socio demographic and behavioural information was collected in Step 1. Physical measurements such as height, weight and blood pressure were collected in Step 2, biochemical measurements were collected to assess blood glucose two hours blood glucose load 75 mg in 300 ml water and total cholesterol in Step 3. The STEPS survey in Depok, Indonesia was a population-based survey of adults aged A two stage cluster stratified random sampling sample design was used to produce representative data for that age range in Indonesia/Depok. A total of 1806 adults participated in the Indonesia/Depok STEPS survey. The overall response rate was 82.09% A repeat survey is planned for 2006 if funds permit. Step 1 Tobacco Use Percentage who currently smoke tobacco daily years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) For those who smoke tobacco daily Average age started smoking (years) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Average years of smoking years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage smoking manufactured cigarettes years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) 1

2 depok-indonesia STEPS Survey 2003 For smokes of manufactured cigarettes Mean number of manufactured cigarettes smoked per day (Clove) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Mean number of manufactured cigarettes smoked per day (Non Cloves) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Step 1 Alcohol Consumption Percentage of Abstainers (who did not drink alcohol in the last year) years ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Step 1 Fruit and Vegetable Consumption (in a typical week) Mean number of servings of fruit consumed per day years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Mean number of servings of vegetables consumed per day years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) 2

3 Percentage who ate 5 or more combined servings of fruit & vegetables per day years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Step 1 Physical Activity Percentage with low levels of activity (defined as <600 MET-minutes/week years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Median time spent in work-related physical activity per day (minutes) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Median time spent in transport-related physical activity per day (minutes) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Median time spent in recreation physical activity per day (minutes) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) 3

4 Step 2 Physical Measurements Mean body mass index BMI (kg/m 2 ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage who are overweight or obese (BMI 25 kg/m 2 ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage who are obese (BMI 30 kg/m 2 ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Average waist circumference (cm) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Mean systolic blood pressure - SBP (mmhg) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) 4

5 Mean diastolic blood pressure - DBP (mmhg) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage with raised BP (SBP 140 and/or DBP 90 mmhg) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage with raised BP (SBP 170 and/or DBP 100 mmhg) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Step 3 Biochemical Measurements Mean fasting blood glucose (mmol/l) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage with raised blood glucose ( 7.0 mmol/l) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) 5

6 Mean total blood cholesterol (mmol/l) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage with raised total cholesterol ( 5.2 mmol/l) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( Percentage with raised total cholesterol ( 6.5 mmol/l) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) (6.2-14) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Summary of combined risk factors current daily smokers less than 5 servings of fruits & vegetables per day Low level of activity (<600 MET -minutes) overweight or obese (BMI 25 kg/m 2 ) raised BP (SBP 140 and/or DBP 90 mmhg) Percentage with low risk (i.e. none of the risk factors included above) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) years ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage with raised risk (i.e. at least three of the risk factors included above) distributed in the age groups below Percentage with raised risk, aged 25 to 44 years old ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage with raised risk, aged 45 to 64 years old ( ) ( ) ( ) Percentage with raised risk, aged 25 to 64 years old ( ) ( ) ( ) For additional information, please contact : STEPS country focal point : Ekowati Rahajeng, 6

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