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  1. Nutritional support in patients with severe acute pancreatitis Soporte nutricional en pacientes con pancreatitis aguda grave

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    Mónica Marcela Peláez Hernández

    2007-04-01

    Full Text Available Severe acute pancreatitis is associated with a systemic inflammatory response leading to a hypermetabolic, hypercatabolic condition; for those reasons, patients suffering from this disease require an excellent artificial nutritional support in order to maintain the structural integrity and the function of vital organs with minimal pancreatic secretion. Total parenteral nutrition has been the standard practice in the treatment of patients with severe acute pancreatitis because of the favorable outcomes of early nutritional support while avoiding pancreatic stimulation; however, recent evidence suggests there are potentially greater benefits with enteral as compared with parenteral nutrition, including fewer septic and metabolic complications and lesser costs. That is why present guidelines for the management of acute pancreatitis recommend that enteral instead of parenteral nutrition be used in patients with severe acute pancreatitis. La pancreatitis aguda, especialmente en su forma grave, está asociada con una respuesta inflamatoria sistémica que lleva a un estado de hipermetabolismo e hipercatabolismo, en el que se requiere un excelente soporte nutricional que permita mantener la integridad estructural y la función de los órganos vitales con un estímulo mínimo de la secreción pancreática. La nutrición parenteral total era el soporte de elección, que permitía obtener todos los beneficios de la nutrición temprana sin estimular la secreción pancreática; pero la evidencia actual muestra mayores beneficios con la nutrición enteral, porque se asocia con menos complicaciones infecciosas y metabólicas y con disminución en los costos. Por ello las guías actuales de tratamiento de la pancreatitis aguda grave recomiendan como primera elección el soporte nutricional enteral.

  2. Cuidado de enfermería a la persona con soporte mecánico ventilatorio

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    González Consuegra, Renata Virginia

    2012-01-01

    A partir del concepto de Cuidado, se pretende mostrar las intervenciones del profesional de enfermería que son relevantes durante el cuidado de enfermería que requiere una persona con soporte mecánico ventilatorio, considerando siempre su prioridad como ser humano y no como una prolongación de una sofisticada maquina.Así, pues, partiendo de la valoración holistica del estado de salud, se muestran las posibilidades más frecuentes a resolver por un abordaje de Enfermería critico y analítico, si...

  3. Soporte social con el uso de tic’s para cuidadores familiares de personas con enfermedad crónica

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    Carrillo, Gloria Mabel; Chaparro, Olivia Lorena; Barrera, Lucy; Sanchez, beatriz; Pinto, Raquel Natividad

    2012-01-01

    Objetivo Determinar la efectividad del soporte social dado con el uso de tecnologías de la información y la comunicación (TIC’S) a los cuidadores familiares de personas con enfermedad crónica.  Material y Métodos. Estudio descriptivo, exploratorio realizado en Bogotá en 2008 y 2009 con 144 cuidadores familiares de personas con enfermedad crónica  que constó de tres etapas para su desarrollo: 1. Planeación, diseño de la TIC’s,  aplicación de  prueba piloto y  selección de  población objeto;  ...

  4. Soporte alimentario y nutricional en niños con fibrosis quística

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    Aida Esplugas Montoya

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available INTRODUCCIÓN. La fibrosis quística es una enfermedad que se manifiesta en las vías respiratorias, el páncreas y el tracto intestinal. El control nutricional es un aspecto decisivo en el tratamiento de la enfermedad. El objetivo del estudio fue caracterizar un grupo de pacientes que se encontraban en fases de soporte y rehabilitación nutricional. MÉTODOS. Se realizó un estudio prospectivo con 7 pacientes menores de 18 años, que ingresaron para su tratamiento en la unidad especializada en fibrosis quística del Hospital Pediátrico Universitario «William Soler» (La Habana. Se realizaron mediciones antropométricas al ingreso y al egreso, y se clasificó a los niños en desnutrido, de bajo peso y de peso normal. Los valores fueron comparados con las tablas de crecimiento y desarrollo de la población cubana. RESULTADOS. A 3 pacientes se les aplicó una intervención de soporte nutricional y 4 pacientes fueron tratados además con nutrición enteral suplementaria. En la evaluación nutricional se encontró que la distribución porcentual calórica que aportaron los alimentos fue de un 12 % para las proteínas, 37 % para las grasas y 51 % para los carbohidratos. La energía que aportaron los alimentos consumidos ascendió a 4 360 kcal, 134,27 g de proteínas, 177,51 g de grasas y 558,20 g de carbohidratos. CONCLUSIONES. Al aumentar la densidad calórica de los alimentos y aplicar nutrición enteral a los pacientes se obtuvo un incremento de la ganancia ponderal y mejoró el estado nutricional.

  5. SOPORTE SOCIAL Y FAMILIAR: EXPERIENCIAS CON FAMILIAS DE PACIENTES ATENDIDOS EN UNA CLINICA UNIVERSITARIA

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    María Eugenia Agudelo Bedoya

    2016-08-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo está basado en una investigación realizada sobre problemáticas familiares de 133 pacientes interconsultados y atendidos por Trabajo Social en los servicios de internación de la Clínica Universitaria Bolivariana (CUB entre febrero-julio de 2013.1 Se utilizó un diseño mixto, integrando aspectos cuantitativos y cualitativos para describir las familias, variables de la atención ofrecida por trabajo social y la manera como se organizaban las familias para el cuidado del paciente en su hospitalización. Se encontraron varias configuraciones familiares, un porcentaje alto atravesando ciclo vital de adulto o anciano. El mayor número de remisiones corrieron por cuenta del médico internista y correspondieron a situaciones catalogadas por trabajo social como “problemas relacionados con otros hechos estresantes que afectan la familia”. El tipo de intervención en el que fueron atendidas fue el acompañamiento. Algunas de las familias, encontraron soporte entre sus miembros, amigos, vecinos, cuidadores formales e informales y en instituciones que por su competencia deben brindarlo. La ausencia de estos apoyos se constituye el principal motivo de remisión a trabajo social.

  6. Soporte social con el uso de las TIC para cuidadores de personas con enfermedad crónica: un estado del arte

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    Diana Carolina Cárdenas-Corredor

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available El uso de tecnologías de información y comunicación (TIC en la nueva era es una necesidad para dar soporte social en salud. Objetivo: caracterizar la producción académica y científica e identificar las estrategias y su evolución acerca del soporte social con el uso de TIC para cuidadores familiares de personas con enfermedad crónica en América en el periodo comprendido entre 1996-2009. Materiales y métodos: revisión documental, descriptiva, con diseño trasversal, desarrollada mediante una búsqueda en bases de datos. Se elaboró una matriz de análisis utilizando la metodología de elaboración de fichas de Hoyos. Resultados: para la elaboración de este estado del arte se seleccionaron 31 artículos publicados entre 1996 y 2009. La totalidad de la literatura existente en soporte social con uso de TIC se ubicó en Norteamérica, con una predominancia del idioma inglés, siendo su mayor producción en el 2004, de los cuales 14 eran cuantitativos y 13 cualitativos que evaluaron la calidad, satisfacción, accesibilidad, información proporcionada y estrategias de seguimiento. Conclusiones: las TIC en cuidadores familiares de personas con enfermedad crónica tienen un efecto protector y eneran mejoría en la salud física y mental, y en el vínculo afectivo. Las de mayor uso son la Internet y el teléfono. Se reconoce la importancia de incorporarlas en el contexto colombiano y en la práctica de enfermería a través de proyectos de investigación.

  7. CONFIGURACIÓN DE UNA RED DE NUEVA GENERACIÓN PARA CONECTIVIDAD CON INTERNET RESPALDADO POR UN SERVICIO DNS CON SOPORTE PARA IPV4 E IPV6.

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    Carlos Andrés Martínez

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Se presentan las características mas representativas de la implementación de la isla ipv6 del centro de computación de alto desempeño CECAD, realizando pruebas de conexión y desempeño en el tráfico interno con las subredes de la Universidad Distrital y posteriormente con su conexión a Internet a través del protocolo NAT-PT secundado por un servidor de nombres de domino recursivo como base de conectividad y soporte sobre estructuras Ipv4 e Ipv6 nativas.

  8. Conservación de Soportes con Grabaciones Digitales por Medio de la Tecnología Óptica

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    Luis Ernesto Paz-Enrique

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available La conservación documental garantiza la perdurabilidad de las fuentes y evita la restauración. Los soportes con grabaciones digitales por medio de la tecnología óptica (TO son los más empleados para el almacenamiento de información, paradójicamente son los menos abordados en investigaciones sobre preservación documental. En el estudio se emplea la Metodología de la Biblioteca Nacional de Cuba “José Martí” (BNJM para el diagnóstico de sedes y colecciones; aplicando las variables y describiendo los aspectos negativos detectados. Se diagnostica la Colección Multimedia de la Biblioteca Provincial “Martí” de Villa Clara. Se identifica que la colección de documentos analizada se encuentra en un alto riesgo de deterioro, de igual forma se identifican factores que a corto plazo pueden provocar la pérdida de información en los soportes. La situación de los documentos favorece la propuesta de un plan de medidas preventivas en correspondencia con la situación de la colección.

  9. Línea de atención para el cuidador principal de pacientes oncológicos con soporte social

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    María Mercedes Ramírez Ordoñez,

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available La presente investigación buscó evaluar el soporte social con el uso de Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación (Tics y las líneas telefónicas como mecanismo de satisfacción de los cuidadores principales de pacientes oncológicos asistentes a tratamiento en la Institución Prestadora de Salud (IPS Oncomedical. Corresponde a un estudio cuantitativo con 112 cuidadores de pacientes oncológicos entre los meses de mayo y diciembre de 2010. Para la recolección de los datos se utilizó el instrumento de caracterización de los cuidadores y otro para medir el soporte social. El instrumento “inventario de soporte social en enfermedad crónica”, utilizado para medir el soporte social antes y después de la intervención de enfermería, consta de 34 ítems divididos en 4 subescalas que son: interacción personal, guía, retroalimentación e interacción social. Como características del cuidador principal se destaca: el rol de cuidador principal es asumido por las mujeres, con edad promedio entre los 36 y 59 años, con una secundaria incompleta, se encuentran dedicadas al hogar y pertenecen al estrato 2 y 3. La utilización de las Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación (Tics y el uso de las líneas telefónicas son medios eficientes para brindar soporte social a los cuidadores de pacientes oncológicos. Los resultados demuestran que el grado de satisfacción percibida por el cuidador incrementa de un 24% a un 77.67% cuando se le brinda información de soporte social y educativo por medio de las líneas telefónicas y en forma escrita incrementa de un 18.7% a un 33.9%, la retroalimentación el nivel de satisfacción aumentó a un 83%. El uso de las líneas telefónicas y las Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación (Tics como mecanismos dinámicos de cuidado demostraron efectividad a nivel emocional y educativo permitiéndoles sentir a los cuidadores una compañía y soporte social.

  10. Estudio cualitativo a pacientes de cáncer con soporte paliativo en atención hospitalaria

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    María Getino Canseco

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo se centra en el enfermo con cáncer en situación terminal. Trata de los cuidados que requiere la persona que tras haber realizado un recorrido hospitalario en búsqueda de salud es considerada incurable y dirigida a cuidados paliativos (CP para procurarle bienestar y ayudarle a morir. En la geografía española estos enfermos son atendidos en unidades o servicios de cuidados paliativos (SCP. El objetivo principal en cuidados paliativos es cuidar. Cuidar es aliviar y acompañar al paciente, y dar soporte a los familiares durante el proceso de salud/enfermedad/atención/ muerte del paciente. En el cuidado es importante tratar el cuerpo enfermo. Por lo que prevalece aquello que acontece al afectado y que queda inscrito en su cuerpo. De la misma manera que en la enfermedad incurable el dolor y el sufrimiento marcan un itinerario y trazan unas huellas perceptibles en el mismo. Estos signos pueden resultar una señal que le alerta de la proximidad ala muerte. Aunque los avances científicos han influido, positivamente, en el control del dolor, en algunos casos existen momentos críticos en que se producen situaciones de descontrol y desesperación de quienes lo padecen.

  11. Extensión del lenguaje y modelo Simplesem con soporte para paralelismo

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    Diez de Medina, Lucas L.

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available El modelo de ejecución planteado por Carlo Ghezzi y Mehdi Jazayeri, conocido como Simplesem, no contempla lenguajes con instrucciones de ejecución paralela. El objectivo es extender esta herramienta educativa incorporando al modelo la existencia de múltiples procesadores primitivas de lenguaje que permitan expresar conceptos básicos de paralelismo. Para ello, se desarrolló una herramienta que permite analizar de manera gráfica y sencilla el impacto de programas multihilo sobre instrucciones de bajo nivel, que operan directamente sobre la memoria compartida de una máquina virtual. Esta extensión permite representar la semántica operacional de lenguajes paralelos que requieren procesadores multihilo, comunes en la actualidad. Se pretende distribuir esta herramienta a la comunidad educativa, de manera tal que puedan realizarse estudios sobre los beneficios obtenidos al aplicarla durante el proceso de aprendizaje de los lenguajes de programación.

  12. El Soporte Conductual Positivo y la comunicación como factores clave en la intervención educativa de los niños con TEA

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    Lizondo-Nieto, Elina Marcela

    2013-01-01

    En este trabajo, vamos a estudiar el Soporte Conductual Positivo aplicado a la Escuela (SCPE) como un método de intervención educativa que permite construir el aprendizaje de los niños con trastornos del espectro autista (TEA) a partir de las conductas problemáticas que estos manifiestan convirtiéndolas en habilidades, que, a su vez, van a ser reforzadas a través del sistema TEACCH, lo que combinado con un sistema alternativo y aumentativo de comunicación (SAAC), como el PECS, va ...

  13. Línea de atención para el cuidador principal de pacientes oncológicos con soporte social

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    María Mercedes Ramírez Ordoñez,; Astrid Carolina Ramírez Suarez,; Lelsy Johana Vergel Pérez,; Liseth Fernand SantaféTamayo

    2012-01-01

    La presente investigación buscó evaluar el soporte social con el uso de Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación (Tics) y las líneas telefónicas como mecanismo de satisfacción de los cuidadores principales de pacientes oncológicos asistentes a tratamiento en la Institución Prestadora de Salud (IPS) Oncomedical. Corresponde a un estudio cuantitativo con 112 cuidadores de pacientes oncológicos entre los meses de mayo y diciembre de 2010. Para la recolección de los datos se utilizó el instrumen...

  14. El soporte nutrimental y su relación con algunos indicadores pronósticos del niño quemado

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    Alejandro Torres Amaro

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: las quemaduras constituyen una de las principales causas de accidentes en el niño. El tamaño de estas y el estado hipercatabólico son determinantes de la dinámica del tratamiento y la supervivencia del niño con grandes quemaduras. Objetivo: buscar la posible relación entre el soporte nutrimental establecido en las primeras horas después de la reanimación, y algunos indicadores pronósticos en niños quemados. Métodos: se realizó un estudio retrospectivo, de carácter analítico, que incluyó a 252 niños que tuvieron un ingreso en el servicio de quemados del Hospital Pediátrico Docente "Juan Manuel Márquez"de Marianao, en La Habana, con estadía superior a los 7 días, durante el decenio 2000-2009. A partir de la auditoría de las historias clínicas se obtuvieron los indicadores siguientes del pronóstico del niño quemado: superficie corporal quemada, tiempo de estadía, por ciento de pérdida de peso y mortalidad. De la misma forma se obtuvo la información acerca del tipo de soporte nutrimental metabólico empleado durante el tratamiento. Resultados: el tipo de soporte nutrimental metabólico más empleado fue el mixto, en el que se combinan las modalidades enteral y parenteral periférica, que abarcó al 52 % de los pacientes tratados. Los niños con menor por ciento de pérdida de peso (inferior al 10 % recibieron la forma enteral exclusiva (53,1 % de los casos tratados; en el 37,4 % el soporte fue mixto, pero usando la modalidad periférica de uso parenteral. Conclusiones: la estrategia nutrimental empleada en el niño quemado puede modificar algunos indicadores del pronóstico y debe ser una prioridad terapéutica para prevenir el deterioro clínico de estos pacientes.

  15. Efecto de la Irrigación Crevicular con Azitromicina y con Tetraciclina en el Periodonto de Revestimiento y de Soporte en Pacientes Sometidos a Curetaje de Bolsa en el Centro Odontológico Dentalplans Arequipa 2009

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    Gonzales Calderón Juan Carlos

    2010-01-01

    La presente investigación tuvo como propósito central determinar el efecto de la Irrigación crevicular con azitromicina y con tetraciclina en el Periodonto de Revestimiento y de soporte en pacientes sometidos a curetaje de bolsa. La Investigación es cuasi experimental emparejado (intrasujeto) prospectiva, longitudinal, comparativa y de campo. Se conformó un grupo de estudio dividido en 2 sectores experimentales, cada uno de los cuáles estuvo constituido por 31 bolsas peri...

  16. Enfermedad periodontal en pacientes con discapacidad en custodia versus pacientes con discapacidad independientes

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    Fermín-Guerrero-Del Ángel

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: Identificar el estado de salud periodontal en pacientes con discapacidad en custodia versus pacientes independientes en su higiene oral. Material y métodos: Se examinaron pacientes con discapacidad, ambos sexos, 3 a 19 años que acuden al Servicio de Odontopediatría del Centro de Rehabilitación Infantil Teletón (CRIT Tamaulipas mediante revisión de cavidad oral y aplicación del Índice de Higiene Oral Simplificado (IHOS, Índice Periodontal Comunitario de la Necesidad de Tratamiento (IPCNT y entrevista con su cuidador primario. Se agruparon en dos categorías: Independientes y de Custodia. Resultados: En el total de la muestra la Media y Desviación estándar (D.E. de IPCNT fue de 0.89±0.54, así como el IHOS de 1.88±0.77. El IPCNT en pacientes con discapacidad de Custodia fue 0.91±0.57 e Independientes de 0.86±0.49 (p=0.70, IHOS en pacientes de Custodia 1.89±0.78 e Independientes 1.87±.0.74 (p=.93. IPCNT en géneros masculino 1.03±0.54 y femenino 0.75±0.51 (p=.009. IHOS en pacientes que habitan área rural 2.41±1.25 y área urbana 1.83±0.68 (p=.02. Relación entre la edad y la necesidad de tratamiento periodontal (p=0.001. Frecuencia del cepillado del grupo Independientes 2.03±0.56 y de Custodia 2.00±0.75 (p=.84. Conclusiones: No existe diferencia en el estado de salud periodontal y el grado de higiene oral entre pacientes con discapacidad Independientes y de Custodia. La mayoría de los pacientes Independientes y de Custodia tienen una necesidad de tratamiento de Instrucción de Higiene Oral (TN1 y tienen Higiene Oral Regular.

  17. Percepción de soporte social a cuidadores familiares de personas con enfermedad crónica Con el uso De tecnologías de la información y la comunicación en salud (TIC´s) / Perception of social support provided to mamily caregivers of people with chronic disease with the use Of ICT’s.

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    Barrera Restrepo, Lorena Isvet; Romero Peña, Amanda Milena

    2010-01-01

    Introducción: Es necesario brindar soporte social a los cuidadores familiares de personas con enfermedad crónica para que afronten mejor la experiencia, fortalezcan autoestima, confianza y seguridad sintiéndose acompañados socialmente en su labor. El uso de las tecnologías de información y comunicación en salud (TIC´s) se ha convertido en una estrategia para brindar soporte social a los cuidadores familiares. Se requiere determinar si las TIC´s son útiles para brindar soporte social a los c...

  18. PREVALENCIA DE ENFERMEDAD PERIODONTAL (E. P.) EN INDIVIDUOS CON SÍNDROME DE DOWN (S. D.).

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    Maita Véliz, Luis; Casteñeda Mosto, María

    2014-01-01

    Los niños disminuidos requieren recibir una adecuada evaluación de su estado de salud periodontal. Es necesario investigar en esta población la prevalenciada enfermedad periodontal (E. P.) siendo escasos los trabajos en el país. La literatura de otros países reporta una prevalencia y severidad alta de E. P. en individuos con síndrome de Down. Los objetivos de la investigación están referidos a conocer la prevalencia de enfermedad periodontal: las áreas periodontales con mayor enfermedad perio...

  19. Caracterización de una nueva membrana cerámica de microfiltración con soporte de tejido en acero inoxidable flexible

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    Palacio, L.

    1999-04-01

    Full Text Available In this work we present the characterization of a ceramic flexible membrane, made by SynthesechemieⓇ, with a nominal pore size of 0.45 μm. This membrane consists in an α-alúmina porous support which has an embedded stainless steel metallic network, onto what a selective layer of titanium dioxide has been deposited. Membrane characterization has been realized with the aid of several techniques as: atomic force microscopy (AFM, air-liquid displacemente porosimetry and mercury porosimetry. Each tecnique giving information on different aspects: surface characteristics, bulk pores and active pores. Although the total pore size distribution is rather broad, the active pores (those opened to flux present a narrow distribution with a mean pore size very close to the manufacturer nominal value.

    En este trabajo se ha abordado la caracterización de una membrana cerámica de microfiltración flexible, fabricada por SynthesechemieⓇ con tamaño de poro nominal de 0.45 μm. Ésta consiste en un soporte poroso de α-alúmina que posee un armazón formado por una red metálica de acero inoxidable sobre el cual existe una capa selectiva de óxido de titanio. La caracterización de la membrana ha sido realizada con diversas técnicas como: microscopia de fuerza atómica (AFM, porometría de desplazamiento aire-líquido y porosimetría de mercurio. Cada técnica da información sobre aspectos diferentes: superficie, poros totales y poros activos. Si bien la distribución total de tamaños de poro es bastante ancha, los poros activos (abiertos al flujo presentan una distribución de tamaños estrecha con un valor medio muy próximo al nominal.

  20. Biofiltración del gas natural cubano en soporte orgánico con lodos activos

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    Díaz-Rodríguez, Yuletsis; Casellas Ortega, Raidel; Rodríguez Muñoz, Susana; Fernández Santana, Elina; Mustelier Pérez, Sergio Pascual

    2016-01-01

    El uso del gas natural cubano se afecta por su elevada concentración de H2S. De ahí, la búsqueda de nuevas opciones de tratamiento como los procesos biológicos y el uso de materias primas naturales, renovables y biodegradables para tales fines. Con el objetivo de evaluar la fibra de kenaf como material de empaque, en biofiltro escurrido con lodos activos, para la desulfuración del gas natural; se realizó la caracterización físico-química de la fibra así como pruebas hidrodinámicas. La efectiv...

  1. Expresión de citoquinas Th17 y su correlación con periodontopatógenos y el área periodontal inflamada en pacientes con periodontitis crónica

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    Herane, A.; Chaparro, A.; Quintero, A.; Sanz, A.; Hernández, M.; Gaedechens, D.; Carrión, F.; Inostroza, C.

    2013-01-01

    Antecedentes: La periodontitis es una enfermedad inflamatoria infecciosa que involucra una respuesta inmune del hospedero y se caracteriza por destrucción del hueso alveolar, el objetivo del estudio es analizar la expresión de citoquinas Th17 y su correlación con periodontopatógenos y el área periodontal inflamada en pacientes con periodontitis crónica. Método: Se realizó un estudio descriptivo exploratorio en el que se reclutaron 23 pacientes con diagnóstico de periodontitis crónica y un gru...

  2. Soporte alimentario y nutricional en niños con fibrosis quística Nutritional support in children presenting with cystic fibrosis

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    Aida Esplugas Montoya

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available INTRODUCCIÓN. La fibrosis quística es una enfermedad que se manifiesta en las vías respiratorias, el páncreas y el tracto intestinal. El control nutricional es un aspecto decisivo en el tratamiento de la enfermedad. El objetivo del estudio fue caracterizar un grupo de pacientes que se encontraban en fases de soporte y rehabilitación nutricional. MÉTODOS. Se realizó un estudio prospectivo con 7 pacientes menores de 18 años, que ingresaron para su tratamiento en la unidad especializada en fibrosis quística del Hospital Pediátrico Universitario «William Soler» (La Habana. Se realizaron mediciones antropométricas al ingreso y al egreso, y se clasificó a los niños en desnutrido, de bajo peso y de peso normal. Los valores fueron comparados con las tablas de crecimiento y desarrollo de la población cubana. RESULTADOS. A 3 pacientes se les aplicó una intervención de soporte nutricional y 4 pacientes fueron tratados además con nutrición enteral suplementaria. En la evaluación nutricional se encontró que la distribución porcentual calórica que aportaron los alimentos fue de un 12 % para las proteínas, 37 % para las grasas y 51 % para los carbohidratos. La energía que aportaron los alimentos consumidos ascendió a 4 360 kcal, 134,27 g de proteínas, 177,51 g de grasas y 558,20 g de carbohidratos. CONCLUSIONES. Al aumentar la densidad calórica de los alimentos y aplicar nutrición enteral a los pacientes se obtuvo un incremento de la ganancia ponderal y mejoró el estado nutricional.INTRODUCTION. Cystic fibrosis is a disease of airways, pancreas and intestinal tract. The nutritional control is a decisive feature in treatment of disease. The objective of present paper was to characterize a group of patients in nutritional support and rehabilitation phases. METHODS. A prospective study was conducted in 7 patients aged under 18 admitted for treatment in the cystic fibrosis specialized unit or the "William Soler" University Children

  3. Soporte social, familiar y autoconcepto: relación entre los constructos

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    Makilim Nunes Baptista

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo del estudio fue verificar las asociaciones entre el soporte social, el soporte familiar y el autoconcepto en un grupo de hombres y mujeres. En el caso de los hombres hubo correlaciones negativas entre el soporte familiar y los factores negligencia, agresividad e indiferencia del instrumento de autoconcepto. En el grupo de mujeres el soporte familiar total fue correlacionado positivamente con sensualidad y responsabilidad, y negativamente con inseguridad, siendo las tres medidas del instrumento de autoconcepto. Al considerar las relaciones entre el soporte familiar y el soporte social, todas fueron positivas, tanto en los hombres como en las mujeres.

  4. Marco de Componentes con soporte para reemplazo dinámico y seguro en sistemas de tiempo real

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    Julio Cano

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: En las últimas décadas se han aportado soluciones para el desarrollo de sistemas de tiempo real basados en componentes como base para aumentar la productividad y la fiabilidad de su desarrollo así como su posterior mantenimiento. De modo más reciente están apareciendo soluciones que permiten cierta flexibilidad en estos sistemas con miras a soportar ejecución dinámica a través de reemplazos de componentes en tiempo de ejecución. Para ello se adaptan los modelos de componentes intentando minimizar los conflictos que aparecen al integrar tiempo real y comportamiento dinámico y conseguir reemplazos de componentes en un tiempo acotado. Uno de los principales retos para esto es el cálculo de los tiempos requeridos por las diferentes operaciones necesarias para realizar un reemplazo de componente. El otro gran obstáculo es conocer los tiempos de operación de los componentes del sistema cuando la implementación de éstos puede cambiar durante la vida del sistema. En este trabajo se describe la implementación de un marco de componentes que aporta una solución parcial a estos problemas. Se proporciona un modelo de componentes junto con sus correspondientes algoritmos para asegurar que los componentes pueden ser cargados y reemplazados en tiempo de ejecución sin interferir en el cumplimiento de sus plazos de ejecución. El modelo está diseñado para evitar fallos en los reemplazos de componente. Finalmente se aporta la validación de los conceptos presentados. Abstract: In the last decades solutions have been provided for the real- time component-based systems development as a base to increase productivity and reliability of their development as well as their maintenance. Solutions are increasingly appearing that allow controlled flexibility in these systems, aiming to support dynamic execution through the component replacement at run-time. So, component models are adapted trying to minimize conflicts integrating real-time and

  5. Reactores aeróbios de lecho fluidizado trifásico con circulación interna: caracterización hidrodinámica y del soporte

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    Iván Andrés Sánchez Ortiz

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Los reactores aerobios de lecho fluidizado con circulación interna utilizan biomasa activa adherida a un medio soporte (biopelícula, con la ventaja de retener gran concentración de la misma, utilizando poco espacio físico y pudiendo remover, en un mismo reactor, materia carbonácea y nitrogenada. La circulación del líquido ocurre debido a la diferencia de presión hidrostática producida por la inyección de aire en el tubo de subida. En la condición de medio bifásico fueron estudiadas las velocidades de circulación, fracción volumétrica de aire y coeficiente de transferencia de oxígeno, utilizando cuatro configuraciones de reactores. En medio trifásico se evaluaron las velocidades de circulación, la fracción volumétrica de aire y el coeficiente de transferencia de oxígeno en una de dichas configuraciones. También se realizó la caracterización de tres posibles medios de soporte granulares. Se determinó que la relación de áreas entre los tubos interno y externo y la concentración de medio soporte influencian los valores de velocidad de circulación del líquido, de la fracción volumétrica de aire y de la transferencia de oxígeno y se observaron y compararon características importantes de los medios de soporte.

  6. Impacto en un programa de trasplante renal de un protocolo de donación tras muerte cardiaca controlada con soporte de ECMO

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    José Luis Cobo Sánchez

    Full Text Available Resumen Objetivo: Analizar el impacto de un protocolo de donación tras muerte cardiaca controlada con soporte de sistema de oxigenación de membrana extracorpórea (PMCC-ECMO en el programa de trasplante renal de nuestro centro. Material y Método: Estudio retrospectivo, observacional, descriptivo en una cohorte de injertos renales (IR procedentes de un PMCC-ECMO. Se evalúan los IR procedentes de 8 pacientes con enfermedad irreversible (EI en los que se aplica limitación del esfuerzo terapéutico y se consideran como potenciales donantes durante el último semestre del 2014 y el primer trimestre de 2015. Se excluyeron los IR enviados fuera de la comunidad. Se evaluaron indicadores del proceso de donación (IPD y resultados clínicos de los injertos (RCI. Resultados: IPD: 100% hombres, edad media 60 años, tiempo medio agónico 9,37 minutos; causa EI 62,5% de origen pulmonar, 37,5% de origen neurológico. Se obtuvieron 13 riñones, 3 hígados y 2 pulmones: 2 IR fuera de la comunidad. Los IR provenientes del PMCC-ECMO supusieron un 20% de los IR del 2014 en nuestro centro. RCI: De los 11 IR trasplantados en nuestro centro, sólo 1 no fue viable por trombosis de las venas renales, y otro IR se retrasó la función renal por causas inmunológicas. Valores medios función IR al mes: creatinina sérica 1,88 mg/dl, aclaramiento creatinina 56,82 mL/min, urea 0,798 g/L. Conclusiónes: El PMCC-ECMO ha tenido un alto impacto en el programa de trasplante renal, tanto por incrementar la tasa de donación, como por la alta tasa de viabilidad de los injertos.

  7. Periodontitis

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  8. La enfermedad periodontal asociada al paciente con Síndrome de Down

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    Rubens Demicheri A.

    Full Text Available Resumen: El Síndrome de Down es una de las condiciones de discapacidad más comunes. Dentro de las patologías bucales más prevalentes, la enfermedad periodontal es una de las asociadas con este síndrome. Se considera que la persona con Síndrome de Down presenta una mayor susceptibilidad a contraer esta enfermedad. En este artículo se describen los factores etiológicos y las características clínicas de la enfermedad en pacientes portadores del síndrome

  9. Relación entre soporte social y TIC´s en cuidadores familiares de personas con Esclerosis Lateral Amiotrófica

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    2015-01-01

    Introducción: La esclerosis lateral amiotrófica (ELA) es una enfermedad neurodegenerativa devastadora que se manifiesta por debilidad muscular y produce dificultades progresivas de movilización, comunicación, alimentación y, en última instancia, respiración, creando una dependencia creciente de familiares y de otros cuidadores La experiencia de cuidado demanda esfuerzo físico, emocional y social requiriendo todo tipo de apoyos, en especial aquellos que brinda la tecnología para proveer soport...

  10. Morbilidad y mortalidad de los pacientes con síndrome de distress respiratorio agudo/injuria pulmonar aguda por Influenza A H1N1 que requirieron soporte cardiopulmonar en un hospital general

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    Jaime Zegarra

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: Determinar la morbilidad y mortalidad de los pacientes con síndrome de distress respiratorio agudo (SDRA/injuria pulmonar aguda (IPA por Influenza A H1N1 que requirieron soporte cardiopulmonar en un hospital general. Material y métodos: Estudio retrospectivo, descriptivo, tipo serie de casos. Se revisaron las historias clínicas, las hojas de monitoreo ventilatorio y hemodinámico de los pacientes con SDRA/IPA secundario a Influenza A H1N1 atendidos en el Servicio de Cuidados Intensivos Generales (SCIG del Hospital Nacional Cayetano Heredia entre mayo y setiembre de 2009. El diagnóstico de Influenza A H1N1 se realizó por PCR-RT. Resultados: Se atendieron 99 pacientes con Influenza A H1N1, 9 ingresaron al SCIG por SDRA/IPA; cinco requirieron ventilación mecánica invasiva (VMI, tres ventilación mecánica no invasiva y uno no requirió soporte ventilatorio. La edad promedio fue 43,3 ± 18,3 años; el tiempo de enfermedad 8 ± 3 días. Al ingreso, el 100% tuvo fiebre y disnea, el score APACHE II fue 10,5 ± 4,1 y el SOFA 5,6 ± 3,2; el Pa02/Fi02 96,74 ± 28,6. En 4/5 pacientes en VMI el Pa02/Fi02 a las 12 h y al final de la ventilación mecánica fue < 200. La presión en cuña estimada fue 15,69 ± 3,6 y el índice cardiaco por doppler esofágico 2,4 ± 0,34. La TGO fue 160 ± 152,15, DHL 2366,33 ± 1862,13 y CPK 216 ± 298,25. Todos los pacientes recibieron Oseltamivir 150 mg cada 12 h por 10 días. Cuatro pacientes fallecieron. Conclusiones: Los pacientes con SDRA/IPA por Influenza A H1 N1, fueron adultos jóvenes, con tiempo de enfermedad prolongado; con fiebre, disnea y linfopenia; sin compromiso cardiovascular y con hipoxemia refractaria como causa de muerte.

  11. El soporte nutrimental y su relación con algunos indicadores pronósticos del niño quemado Nutritional support and its relation to some prognostic indicators of burnt child

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    Alejandro Torres Amaro

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: las quemaduras constituyen una de las principales causas de accidentes en el niño. El tamaño de estas y el estado hipercatabólico son determinantes de la dinámica del tratamiento y la supervivencia del niño con grandes quemaduras. Objetivo: buscar la posible relación entre el soporte nutrimental establecido en las primeras horas después de la reanimación, y algunos indicadores pronósticos en niños quemados. Métodos: se realizó un estudio retrospectivo, de carácter analítico, que incluyó a 252 niños que tuvieron un ingreso en el servicio de quemados del Hospital Pediátrico Docente "Juan Manuel Márquez"de Marianao, en La Habana, con estadía superior a los 7 días, durante el decenio 2000-2009. A partir de la auditoría de las historias clínicas se obtuvieron los indicadores siguientes del pronóstico del niño quemado: superficie corporal quemada, tiempo de estadía, por ciento de pérdida de peso y mortalidad. De la misma forma se obtuvo la información acerca del tipo de soporte nutrimental metabólico empleado durante el tratamiento. Resultados: el tipo de soporte nutrimental metabólico más empleado fue el mixto, en el que se combinan las modalidades enteral y parenteral periférica, que abarcó al 52 % de los pacientes tratados. Los niños con menor por ciento de pérdida de peso (inferior al 10 % recibieron la forma enteral exclusiva (53,1 % de los casos tratados; en el 37,4 % el soporte fue mixto, pero usando la modalidad periférica de uso parenteral. Conclusiones: la estrategia nutrimental empleada en el niño quemado puede modificar algunos indicadores del pronóstico y debe ser una prioridad terapéutica para prevenir el deterioro clínico de estos pacientes.Introduction: burns are one of the major causes of accidents in child. Its size and the hypercatabolic status are determinant factors of treatment dynamics and the survival of child with large burns. Objective: to look for the possible relation

  12. Soporte de QoS con 802.11e para tráfico heterogéneo en ambientes MANET

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    Murazzo, María Antonia; Rodríguez, Nelson R.; Guevara, Miguel José; Scheffer, María

    2014-01-01

    Hoy en día existe una gran necesidad de mejorar la calidad de servicio (QoS) ofrecida en redes móviles Ad Hoc (Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks -MANET-) que actualmente sólo ofrecen servicio best effort. Esto posee gran impacto en las aplicaciones que se corren, las cuales generan tráficos con diferentes requerimientos de recursos de la red. El presente trabajo tiene como objetivo fundamental analizar el comportamiento de la implementación de QoS en la sub capa MAC mediante 802.11e en ambientes con trá...

  13. Diseño de una arquitectura para redes de sensores con soporte para aplicaciones de detección de eventos

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    2012-01-01

    Las aplicaciones para redes de sensores inalámbricas, o Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), han mostrado un crecimiento significativo en los últimos años. Actualmente constituyen una alternativa tecnológica interesante para el desarrollo de aplicaciones que requieren monitorizar constantemente el estado de cualquier variable relacionada con escenarios de diversos ámbitos. Si las aplicaciones detectan cambios en los valores de dichas variables, pueden activar la ejecución de acciones preventivas ...

  14. CONTROL DE CABEZA EN NIÑAS CON SÍNDROME DE DOWN POR MEDIO DE LA ESTIMULACIÓN DE LA RESPIRACIÓN, DEL SOPORTE VISCERAL Y DE LA CONEXIÓN CABEZA-COXIS

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    Carolina Meneses Madrigal

    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available En esta investigación se aplicó un programa para estimular la respiración, el soporte visceral y la conexión cabeza-coxis en 2 niñas portadoras del Síndrome de Down, con el objetivo de mejorar su control de cabeza. Las niñas participantes tenían uno y cuatro meses de edad. Sus madres fueron entrenadas en la medición de la variable dependiente (levantar la cabeza y en la aplicación del programa el cual constó de 90 sesiones. La variable dependiente se operacionalizó y se midió en términos de tiempo. Durante 4 sesiones las madres fueron supervisadas en la aplicación del programa. Se aplicó un diseño de sujeto único de múltiples AB. Previo a la aplicación del programa se destinaron 3 mediciones para obtener los puntajes de línea base y así se determinó el nivel operante de la variable dependiente en las niñas. La información recolectada se analizó mediante estadística descriptiva. En este estudio se logró incrementar el tiempo en que las participantes mantenían levantada la cabeza mediante la aplicación de actividades que estimularon funciones y estructuras corporales tradicionalmente no estimuladas en niños con Síndrome de Down.

  15. Factores de riesgo asociados con la enfermedad periodontal en niños

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    Joany Duque de Estrada Riverón

    2003-04-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó un estudio analítico del tipo casos y controles en el municipio de Colón, provincia de Matanzas, durante los cursos académicos 2000-2002, con el objetivo de caracterizar los principales factores de riesgo asociados con la enfermedad periodontal. Se investigó una población de 2 995 niños de 9, 12 y 15 años, de los cuales se tomó una muestra aleatoria aproximadamente del 50 % (P=0,50, los que se dividieron en 60 casos y 60 controles. Se consideraron como casos los niños portadores de la enfermedad y como controles los niños sanos. Se determinó que la higiene bucal fue nula en el 100 %, la infección microbiana se presentó en un alto porcentaje (46,70 %, la respiración bucal afectó al 28,30 % de los pacientes, las enfermedades sistémicas se observaron en el 35,00 %, el apiñamiento dentario en el 26,70 y las obturaciones defectuosas el 66,70 % de los casos.In order to characterize the main risk factors associated with the periodontal disease, an analytical case control study was carried out in the municipality of Colón, province of Matanzas, during the academic courses 2000-2002, in a population of 2 995 children aged 9, 12 and 15. A randomized sample of approximately 50 % (P=0.50 was taken. They were divided into 60 cases and 60 controls. Those children carriers of the disease were considered as cases, and the sound as controls. It was determined that oral hygiene was nil in 100 %. Microbial infection was observed in a high percentage (46.70 %. Respiration by the mouth affected 28.30 % of the cases. The systemic diseases were found in 35 %, tooth- crowding in 26.70 and defecient

  16. Nutritional support in children under metabolic stress Soporte nutricional en el niño con estrés metabólico

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    María Elsy Sepúlveda Hincapié

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    Full Text Available A review is presented on metabolic changes that occur in children under stress, and on the organs that are affected by the response to it; also considered are the different resources that are presently available in order to maintain nutrition in these children and to improve their probabilities of recovery. Se hace una revisión acerca de los cambios metabólicos que ocurren en el niño durante el estrés y los órganos que se afectan en su respuesta; se tienen en cuenta además, los diferentes recursos que actualmente se pueden utilizar con el fin de mantener la nutrición del niño durante este tipo de situación, mejorando sus posibilidades de recuperación.

  17. Periodontitis, Porphyromonas gingivalis y su relación con la expresión de quorum sensing Periodontitis, Porphyromonas gingivalis and its relation to quorum sensing expression

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    Antonio Díaz Caballero

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Los mecanismos de señalización bacteriana desempeñan un papel fundamental en el establecimiento y progresión de la enfermedad periodontal. Dadas estas circunstancias es crucial profundizar en el entendimiento de estos mecanismos para intentar proveer estrategias terapéuticas novedosas. El presente artículo de revisión, de carácter narrativo, tiene como objetivo conducir un análisis crítico de la evidencia disponible sobre la influencia de Porphyromonas gingivalis (Pg y expresión de quorum sensing (Qs en enfermedad periodontal. Se realizó una búsqueda a través de bases de datos como Ovid (MEDLINE, ScienceDirect, Hinari. El conocimiento actual de estos mecanismos ofrece la posibilidad de desarrollar nuevos y profundos estudios (teóricos y experimentales sobre la expresión del QS en pacientes con enfermedad periodontal y permitirá un novedoso campo de investigación con el que no se cuenta en la actualidad. Desde su descubrimiento, el QS se vislumbra como un espacio de investigación valioso en el cual se debe insistir de manera permanente. La anterior evidencia permite concluir que a través de la regulación de la expresión de determinados genes en bacterias como la PG, se puede efectuar la inhibición de la formación de las biopelículas que tiene efectos directos e indirectos sobre el desarrollo de la enfermedad periodontal.The bacterial signaling mechanisms play a key role in the establishment and progression of periodontal disease. Due to these circumstances it is crucial to deepen in the understanding of these mechanisms to try to provide novel therapeutic strategies. The objective of present narrative literature review was to make a critical analyze of the available evidence on the influence of Porphyromonas gingivalis (PG and the quorum sensing expression in periodontal disease. Using the Ovid (MEDLINE ScienceDirect, Hinari database we made a search. The current knowledge of these mechanisms offers the possibility of

  18. Periodontitis, Porphyromonas gingivalis y su relación con la expresión de quorum sensing

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    Antonio Díaz Caballero

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Los mecanismos de señalización bacteriana desempeñan un papel fundamental en el establecimiento y progresión de la enfermedad periodontal. Dadas estas circunstancias es crucial profundizar en el entendimiento de estos mecanismos para intentar proveer estrategias terapéuticas novedosas. El presente artículo de revisión, de carácter narrativo, tiene como objetivo conducir un análisis crítico de la evidencia disponible sobre la influencia de Porphyromonas gingivalis (Pg y expresión de quorum sensing (Qs en enfermedad periodontal. Se realizó una búsqueda a través de bases de datos como Ovid (MEDLINE, ScienceDirect, Hinari. El conocimiento actual de estos mecanismos ofrece la posibilidad de desarrollar nuevos y profundos estudios (teóricos y experimentales sobre la expresión del QS en pacientes con enfermedad periodontal y permitirá un novedoso campo de investigación con el que no se cuenta en la actualidad. Desde su descubrimiento, el QS se vislumbra como un espacio de investigación valioso en el cual se debe insistir de manera permanente. La anterior evidencia permite concluir que a través de la regulación de la expresión de determinados genes en bacterias como la PG, se puede efectuar la inhibición de la formación de las biopelículas que tiene efectos directos e indirectos sobre el desarrollo de la enfermedad periodontal.

  19. Efficacy therapy in a nonsurgical periodontal treatment in aggressive periodontitisno

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    Nelly Garcia-Madueño

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available La terapia periodontal no quirúrgica es la clave para el control y el mantenimiento de la enfermedad periodontal logrando evitar la fase quirúrgica en muchos casos. Paciente de sexo masculino de 46 años de edad con diagnóstico de periodontitis agresiva generalizada se realizó el control mecánico de placa bacteriana, motivación e instrucción de higiene oral, raspado y alisado radicular manual por cuadrantes, clorhexidina al 0.12% en colutorio 15 ml por 30s dos veces al día por siete días; se complementó con terapia antibiótica sistémica clindamicina de 300mg tres veces al día por siete días. Durante un año de seguimiento con tratamiento periodontal de soporte se observó una reducción de los parámetros clínicos como sangrado al sondaje, disminución de la perdida de inserción y estabilidad del nivel óseo.

  20. A relação da mãe com suas figuras de apoio femininas e os sentimentos em relação à maternidade La relación de la madre con sus figuras femeninas del soporte y los sentimientos de la madre en relación con la maternidad Mother's relationship with female support figures

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    Rita de Cássia Sobreira Lopes

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available O presente estudo investigou a relação da mãe com suas figuras femininas de apoio e os sentimentos em relação à maternidade no primeiro trimestre de vida do bebê. Dele participaram 47 mães primíparas, de níveis socioeconômicos variados, que tinham uma relação estável com o esposo. Através de uma entrevista individual investigou-se quem eram as pessoas que davam apoio à mãe e qual sua participação. As mães relataram ter uma figura feminina de apoio (98%. Na maioria dos casos (54% estas figuras serviram de modelo de identificação, sendo o maior percentual (47% delas a própria mãe. Os companheiros foram mencionados em todos os casos como alguém que oferecia ajuda nos cuidados com o bebê e/ou nas atividades domésticas. Os achados apoiam a literatura, a qual indica que, apesar da importância do companheiro, figuras femininas de apoio se destacam neste momento da maternidade, por apoiarem e acompanharem, e também por valorizarem e instruírem a nova mãe, servindo-lhe de modelo de identificação.El estudio actual investigó la relación de la madre con sus figuras femeninas del soporte y los sentimientos de la madre en relación con la maternidad en el primer trimestre de la vida del bebé. Participaron del estudio 47 madres primíparas, de niveles socioeconómicos variados, que tenían una relación estable con el compañero. A través de una entrevista individual fue investigado quién eran las personas que dieron soporte a la madre e cuál fue este soporte . Las madres que diceron ter una figura femenina de soporte (98 % y en la mayoría de los casos (54 % estas figuras fueron el modelo de identificación, siendo la mayoría de (47 % la propia madre. Los compañeros fueron mencionados en todos los casos como alguien que ofreció la ayuda en las preocupaciones con el bebé yo en las actividades domesticas. Los descubrimientos respaldan la literatura que demuestra que a pesar de la importancia del compañero, figuras

  1. Ecmo y ecmo mobile. soporte gardio respiratorio avanzado

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    Dr. G. Rodrigo Díaz

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available ECMO (Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation es un sistema de soporte vital extracorpóreo en falla pulmonar catastrófica, insuficiencia cardiaca aguda y reanimación de uso cada vez más común. En Chile se ha implementado en distintos centros, con resultados comparables al registro internacional. Cuando el candidato a ser sometido está demasiado inestable como para ser transportado a un hospital que cuente con ECMO, la canulación antes del traslado permite la estabilización y posterior transporte al centro de ECMO. Los resultados en los pacientes transportados son similares a los casos generados en el mismo lugar. En el siguiente artículo revisaremos las definiciones en soporte extracorpóreo, indicaciones y contraindicaciones, los resultados esperables y las experiencias internacionales y propia de Clínica Las Condes en ECMO y ECMO Mobile.

  2. Análisis comparativo de la capacidad resistente a flexo-compresión de soportes proyectados con la teoría clásica y con la instrucción actual en ELS y ELU

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    Pamies-Rahan, T.

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Operation and Maintenance of inherited concrete structures is becoming a very important process. Although the revision of these concrete structures shows that does not exist structural suffering, it is necessary to know the criteria the structures were designed and constructed with to understand their behaviour. This paper includes a comparison of interaction diagrams of columns with Classical Theory and with Current Standards at SLS and ULS. The security of the structures is represented by ratios that the Classical Theory stresses can be multiplied by to reach the current standards stresses at SLS and ULS. A pre-analysis of an existing concrete structure is obtained in this paper.Las labores de mejora y conservación del patrimonio heredado cada vez son más frecuentes. La experiencia va desvelando, al revisar estructuras existentes de hormigón, que rara vez hay «sufrimiento estructural», lo que aconseja conocer los criterios con que se proyectaron y construyeron esas estructuras para entender su comportamiento y sacarles más partido. En este artículo se comparan los diagramas de interacción de las estructuras calculadas según la Teoría Clásica, y según la Instrucción actual en ELS y en ELU para determinar los resguardos de seguridad en estructuras existentes, si los hay. Estos resguardos se cuantifican con unas ratios que representan el valor por el que se pueden multiplicar los esfuerzos admisibles según la Teoría Clásica para llegar a los esfuerzos considerados hoy, en servicio y en rotura.

  3. Enzimas proteolíticas relacionadas con la enfermedad periodontal inflamatoria

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    Bárbara E. García Triana

    1998-08-01

    Full Text Available La enfermedad periodontal inflamatoria ocasiona la destrucción de los tejidos que protegen y soportan al diente; es por eso de gran importancia el papel que pueden desempeñar las enzimas que sean capaces de degradar la matriz del tejido conectivo, como las enzimas proteolíticas. Existen evidencias de que las metaloproteinasas de la matriz, las proteasas leucocitarias y las bacterianas, pueden participar en la etiopatogenia de esta enfermedad. Su acción es regulada en los tejidos, por la presencia de inhibidores específicos, de manera que un desbalance proteasas-inhibidores a favor de los primeros, conduciría a la destrucción de las proteínas de la matriz del tejido conectivo. A su vez, en la actividad proteolítica influyen diferentes factores, que de manera global, inducen un fenotipo degradativo o formativo, y que por lo tanto, podrían estar involucrados en la etiopatogenia de la enfermedad periodontal inflamatoria.The periodontal disease brings about the destruction of the protective and supporting tissues of the teeth, therefore, the role of enzymes capable of degrading connective tissue matrix is of great importance. There are evidences of the possible involvement of the matrix metalloproteinases, leukocyte proteases and bacterial proteases in the pathogenesis of such disease. Their action is controlled by specific inhibitors in the tissues. This means that any protease-inhibitor imbalance favouring the presence of proteases may lead to the destruction of matrix connective tissue. In turn, proteolytic activity is influenced by different factors that globally induce a degradative or formative phenotype, and thus, may be involved in the pathogenesis of the periodontal disease.

  4. Soportes apoyados sobre vigas pretensadas (EE. UU.

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    Editorial, Equipo

    1965-12-01

    Full Text Available This work has been awarded a prize by the Prestreesed Concrete Institute. It refers to a number of flyovers on the Arroyo Seco, of California. This river has been canalized, to help drainage in case of heavy rainfall. The canal runs through a highly populated zone, and a motor road and accessory ramps had to cross the canal. The resulting design involves three prestressed girders, lightly arched in a parabolic outline, resting on each river shore, running along the line of the bridge, over the canal. It was decided that the bridge piles should not rest on the river bed, in order not to reduce its flow capacity. The girders of a maximum length of 39 ms, are box shaped, and stiffened with thin diaphragms. The cylindrical pile, 1.50 m in diameter, is an integral part of the girder, and applies to it a concentrated load of about 4000 tons. The girders rest on reinforced concrete cubes, which in turn are supported by concrete slabs and piles driven into the soil.Esta obra ha sido premiada por el Prestressed Concrete Institute y se refiere a una serie de pasos superiores sobre el Arroyo Seco, en California, que se ha canalizado para servir de desagüe en el caso de avenidas torrenciales. El canal se halla en una zona de edificación densa y se trata del paso—sobre aquél—de una autopista y rampas de acceso. La solución adoptada consistió en tres vigas pretensadas, ligeramente arqueadas con perfil parabólico, apoyadas en las dos márgenes y situadas en correspondencia con los tres soportes, sobre el propio canal, ya que ninguno de aquéllos debía apoyarse en el lecho de este último al objeto de no disminuir su capacidad de desagüe. Las vigas—de unos 39 m de longitud la mayor—son del tipo cajón, rigidizadas con unos diafragmas de pequeño espesor. El soporte cilíndrico, de 1,50 m de diámetro, se solidariza con la viga y le transmite una notable carga concentrada, del orden de 4.000 toneladas. Los apoyos de estas vigas son simples dados

  5. Salud periodontal en personas viviendo con VIH/sida. Pinar del Río, 2008 Periodontal health in people living with HIV/AIDS in Pinar del Rio, 2008

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    Eridalia Fuentes Ayala

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available En la infección por el virus de la inmunodeficiencia humana (VIH el deterioro del sistema inmune por una disminución de los linfocitos TCD4 aumenta la susceptibilidad a padecer diferentes patologías en la cavidad oral y entre ellas las del periodonto. Fueron objetivos de esta investigación determinar la prevalencia y gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal de las PVIH/sida, así como su asociación a los factores como el conteo de TCD4, el uso de terapia antirretroviral y el índice de higiene bucal simplificado. Se determinaron además los factores de riesgo locales de enfermedad periodontal. Para ello, se realizó un estudio descriptivo y transversal en 207 personas viviendo con VIH/sida pertenecientes a la provincia de Pinar del Río en el año 2008, los cuales asistieron al control serológico en el momento de la investigación. Se utilizaron los índices de higiene bucal simplificado y el índice periodontal de Russell revisado. Se usaron las frecuencias absolutas y relativas y para describir la asociación entre variables las pruebas de Bartholomew y ji cuadrado al 95 % de confianza. Se determinó una alta prevalencia de la enfermedad obteniéndose un 78,3 %. Los factores de riesgo locales en la enfermedad periodontal más frecuentes son la placa dentobacteriana, caries y dientes ausentes no restituidos. Se identificó una relación significativa entre los resultados de los TCD4 y el estado periodontal, así como con la higiene bucal. No se encontró asociación con la enfermedad periodontal y el tratamiento antirretroviral.In the infection by the Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV the deterioration of the immune system due to a diminution of the TCD4 lymphocytes increases the sensitivity of suffering from different pathologies in oral cavity and among them those in periodontal region. This research paper was aimed at determining the prevalence and severity of periodontal diseases in people living with HIV/AIDS and the association with

  6. Estudio teórico, desarrollo, implementación y evaluación de un entorno de enseñanza colaborativa con soporte informático (CSCL) para matemáticas

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    2003-01-01

    Los tres pilares que confluyen en este trabajo son: la Didáctica de las Matemáticas, el aprendizaje colaborativo y las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación. El primero como eje central y de referencia, el segundo como apuesta didáctica y el tercero como soporte y herramienta de puesta en práctica. La introducción de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación colaborativas en el ámbito de la didáctica de las matemáticas comporta un cambio de paradigma en su conceptualizació...

  7. Application of the optimum reactive power dispatch to the cost establishment for the support voltage in a power electrical system for generalized dispatch; Aplicacion del despacho optimo de potencia reactiva al establecimiento del costo por el soporte de voltaje en un sistema electrico de potencia con despacho centralizado

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    Barragan Gomez, Sergio Baruch

    2004-05-15

    for voltage support of each generator is formed by a fixed and a variable cost. The fixed cost is calculated from the annual recovery factor of the capital invested in the generator. The variable cost depends on the operation conditions and on the cost for loss of opportunity of the generator. To determine the total cost for the voltage support of generators, it is considered that the market of active power has already been solved previously through an economic dispatch of active power. The systems used for the evaluation of the developed program are: a 5 nodes system and the IEEE 30 nodes system. [Spanish] Los cambios en las estructuras de los sistemas electricos de esquemas verticales a esquemas horizontales ha provocado que los sistemas esten formados por cuatro segmentos: generacion, transmision, distribucion y comercializacion. Bajo este esquema el operador del sistema es el encargado de administrar y operar de manera economica y segura al sistema. Una de las tareas principales de esta organizacion junto con la red de transmision es la de realizar el movimiento de potencia desde los centros de generacion hasta los puntos de consumo, no obstante para poder llevar a cabo esta actividad se necesita un conjunto de servicios auxiliares. En un esquema horizontal, el soporte de voltaje por parte de los generadores es considerado como un servicio auxiliar, el cual es necesario para la operacion del sistema. Si bien la compensacion de potencia reactiva en un sistema electrico se debe realizar de manera local a traves de compensacion en derivacion, compensadores estaticos, condensadores sincronos y transformadores con cambiador en derivacion bajo carga, debido a que el transmitir flujos de potencia reactiva desde los generadores provoca un incremento en las perdidas del sistema de transmision; sin embargo aunque la funcion principal de los generadores sincronos es la produccion de potencia activa, de manera implicita estos generan potencia reactiva bajo ciertas condiciones

  8. Respuesta al tratamiento periodontal de diabéticos tipo 2 con mal control metabólico y obesos intolerantes a la glucosa, con periodontitis severa Impact of the periodontal therapy in both clinical and metabolic parameters in type 2 diabetic and prediabetic obese patients with severe periodontitis

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    2011-01-01

    Diabetes Mellitus (DM) es un factor de riesgo para periodontitis, a su vez, el control metabólico de los diabéticos se dificulta por la presencia de la infección periodontal, aumentando el riesgo de complicaciones crónicas y eventualmente, la mortalidad por diabetes. Ambas enfermedades se relacionan porque los mediadores de inflamación generados en la infección periodontal y la translocación de bacterias de la cavidad oral a la circulación sistémica, podrían actuar como agravantes de la insul...

  9. Propuesta de un sistema para mejorar la administración de relaciones con el cliente en el departamento de soporte funcional en una empresa farmacéutica

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    Ceciliano Cordero, Gerardo

    2010-01-01

    Tesis de maestría -- Universidad de Costa Rica. Posgrado en Administración y Dirección de Empresas. Maestría Profesional en Administración y Dirección de Empresas con énfasis en Gerencia, 2010 La Administración de Relaciones con el Cliente es una corriente de pensamiento y una manera de hacer negocios que se enclava dentro de las teorías de la Administración Estratégica. Uno de los enfoques que ha servido de plataforma para la nueva visión de las organizaciones lo constituye el Mercadeo Re...

  10. Evaluación del efecto de la ozonoterapia sobre la diversidad y número de bacterias presentes en la cavidad oral de perros con enfermedad periodontal

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    Patiño Godoy, Norma del Consuelo

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    La presente investigación tuvo como objetivo evaluar la eficacia de la ozonoterapia como tratamiento para el control de las bacterias de la cavidad oral en la enfermedad periodontal en los perros que llegaron a consulta a la veterinaria Orovet del cantón Huaquillas. Para el cumplimiento del objetivo se diseñó una investigación de tipo experimental. Se trabajó con una muestra de 30 perros que llegaron a la veterinaria Orovet de la ciudad de Huaquillas, quienes presentaron signos de enfermedad ...

  11. Conocimientos de los médicos sobre enfermedad periodontal y su relación con complicaciones en el embarazo

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    Martha Juliana Rodríguez

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: Estudios recientes han vinculado a las enfermedades bucales con condiciones sistémicas. Específicamente, la enfermedad periodontal se ha relacionado con parto pretérmino, bajo peso al nacer y preclampsia. Objetivo: Evaluar los conocimientos y las prácticas de los médicos generales y ginecobstetras sobre la enfermedad periodontal y su relación con complicaciones del embarazo. Metodología: Se realizó un estudio de corte transversal en una muestra de 139 médicos generales y 24 ginecobstetras. Se aplicó un cuestionario de autoreporte, se calcularon frecuencias y proporciones para las variables cualitativas, promedios y desviaciones estándar para las cuantitativas. Para establecer las diferencias entre los grupos se realizó la prueba de Chi cuadrado, el test exacto de Fisher, la prueba t de Student y la U. de Mann Whitney según la naturaleza y distribución de las variables. Resultados: El 66,9% (93 de los médicos generales y el 75,0% (18 de los ginecobstetras consideraron que la enfermedad periodontal podría ser un factor de riesgo para la salud de la madre y su hijo. Así mismo, el 30,7% (42 de los médicos generales y el 45,8% (11 de los ginecobstetras relacionaron a la enfermedad periodontal con el parto pretérmino, bajo peso al nacer y preclampsia. A pesar de estos hallazgos, sólo el 77,4% (106 de los médicos y el 54,2% (13 de los ginecobstetras "siempre" remitían a la gestante a consulta odontológica. Conclusión: Aunque los participantes tenían conocimientos sobre los tópicos evaluados, hace falta una mayor aplicación de los mismos para asegurar el bienestar del binomio madre e hijo.

  12. Tratamiento ortodóntico interceptivo para paciente pediátrico con problema periodontal ocasionado por trauma oclusal primario. Reporte de caso

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    Johana Maldonado-Villamizar

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available El diagnóstico correcto puede evitar la evolución de patologías que lleven al paciente pediátrico a padecer de problemas graves en el futuro. Este diagnóstico junto con un tratamiento interceptivo a tiempo, puede ayudar a resolver problemas de tipo periodontal causado por el inadecuado posicionamiento dental o injurias oclusales. El objetivo de este artículo es realizar el reporte de caso de un paciente pediátrico que presenta una maloclusion dental tipo mordida cruzada anterior acompañada por un trauma oclusal primario, el cual causo un problema periodontal localizado, a su vez, describir la terapéutica interceptiva basada en el correcto diagnóstico odontopediátrico, ortodóntico y periodontal. Concluyendo que al seleccionar la aparatología adecuada se puede solventar diversos problemas dentales que puedan ocasionar un daño mayor a las estructuras comprometidas.

  13. Soporte nutricional enteral en pacientes pediátricos con insuficiencia renal crónica en hemodiálisis Enteral nutritional support in pediatric patients with chronic renal failure on hemodialysis

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    Susana Pineda Pérez

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó un estudio clínico con el objetivo de evaluar la aceptabilidad, tolerancia y efecto en el estado nutricional de la nutrición enteral con Nutricomp® ADN renal de B-BRAUN. Se estudiaron 12 pacientes en edades entre los 10 y 19 años, que presentaban insuficiencia renal crónica y recibían tratamiento de hemodiálisis. Además de su alimentación habitual se indicó ADN renal (90 g, por vía oral, en la sesión de diálisis. Se evaluó cada paciente al inicio y se comparó consigo mismo a los 30 días, según parámetros antropométricos, dietéticos, bioquímicos e inmunológicos. Los datos obtenidos se procesaron con el programa SPSS, versión 8, y se emplearon para el análisis las pruebas t de Student y chi cuadrado. La tolerancia y aceptabilidad de la fórmula enteral fueron buenas. A los 30 días se registró un aumento significativo en las variables antropométricas: peso (p < 0,001, índice de masa corporal (p < 0,001 y área grasa (p < 0,001. En el área de músculo el incremento no fue signficativo (p < 0,259. No hubo modificación significativa de las restantes variables. La recuperación nutricional, expresada por el aumento de peso, el índice de masa corporal, el área de grasa y el área muscular, estuvo presente en todos los pacientes estudiados.

  14. Conocimientos sobre salud bucal y demanda de servicios estomatológicos en relación con la enfermedad periodontal en embarazadas Knowledge on oral health and demand of dental services in relation to the periodontal disease in pregnant women

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    Caridad Almarales Sierra

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVOS: evaluar el nivel de conocimientos sobre salud bucal y su relación con la prevalencia y gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal, así como la demanda de servicios estomatológicos por parte de las embarazadas, determinar la prevalencia y gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal en las embarazadas, evaluar la relación entre el nivel de conocimientos y la prevalencia de la enfermedad periodontal, asimismo la relación entre la demanda de servicios estomatológicos y la prevalencia y gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal. MÉTODOS: se aplicó una encuesta a 71 gestantes de los policlínicos Moncada, Plaza y Rampa que fueron captadas en el período de septiembre a diciembre del 2006. Para determinar la afectación periodontal de las mismas se aplicó el índice periodontal de Russell ®. RESULTADOS: mostraron un predominio de las embarazadas con nivel de conocimiento insatisfactorio (59,1%. La prevalencia de la enfermedad periodontal en el grupo estudiado fue alta (87,3 %, no así la gravedad. Se encontró relación estadísticamente significativa entre el nivel de conocimientos sobre salud bucal y la prevalencia de la enfermedad (p=0,01586, no siendo así con la gravedad. CONCLUSIONES: La demanda de atención estomatológica por parte de las embarazadas fue baja (sólo solicitaron atención el 36,6 % y no estuvo relacionada con la prevalencia y gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal, ni con el nivel de conocimientos sobre salud bucalOBJECTIVES: to assess the level of knowledge on oral health and its connection with the prevalence and severity of the periodontal disease, as well as the demand of dental services on the part of the pregnant women, to determine the prevalence and severity of the periodontal disease in pregnant women, to evaluate the relationship between the level of knowledge and the prevalence of the periodontal disease, and between the demand of dental services and the prevalence and severity of the periodontal disease. METHODS

  15. Algunos riesgos durante el embarazo en relación con la enfermedad periodontal y la caries dental en Yemen Some risks during pregnancy related to periodontal disease and dental cavities in Yemen

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    Maribel de las Mercedes Bastarrechea Milián

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Yemen es un país con grandes diferencias regionales en su estructura social, económica y de alfabetización, lo cual se demuestra en los índices de mortalidad materna, mortalidad infantil y morbilidad de los niños menores de 5 años y las existentes necesidades para el cuidado de salud de su población. Teniendo en cuenta esta situación nos propusimos valorar cómo influyen en el estado de salud bucal de la embarazada algunos riesgos biosociales identificados en la bibliografía. Para ello se realizó un estudio analítico transversal y fueron estudiadas todas las embarazadas encontradas en el Al Wahdah Teaching Hospital y en el policlínico de atención prenatal de Kormarzar, ambos situados en la ciudad de Adén, Yemen, durante un período de 8 meses. Las gestantes fueron clasificadas según nivel de riesgo (alto, moderado y bajo y estos fueron relacionados con la presencia de caries dental y enfermedad periodontal.Yemen is a country with great regional differences in its social, economic and literacy structure, which is demonstrated in death mother mortality, children mortality of children aged younger than 5 and the present needs for health care of its population. Taking into account this situation our objective was to value how some biosocial risk factors identified in the bibliography may influence on the buccal health status in the pregnant. Thus, a cross-sectional analytical study was conducted and also all pregnant seen in the Al Wahdah Teaching Hospital and in prenatal care polyclinic in Kormazar, both located in Aden city, Yemen during 8 months. Pregnants were classified according the risk level (high, moderate and low and these were related to presence of dental cavities and periodontal disease.

  16. Cicatrización guiada en perros criollos con enfermedad periodontal natural Uso de barreras de fabricación nacional

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    Carmen Alicia Cardozo de Martínez

    1997-12-01

    Full Text Available Este estudio multietapas evaluó, mediante el empleo de membranas de fabricación nacional, la capacidad regenerativa del periodonto en perros criollos con enfermedad periodontal natural. Siguiendo el diseño experimental de boca dividida -validado por Wikesjo y colaboradores- aplicado para la arcada inferior, se tomó un lado experimental y un lado control, escogiéndose como zonas de trabajo los segundos y terceros premolares. La membrana de fabricación nacional se colocó sobre el lado experimental, cubriendo el defecto furcal, previo raspaje y alisado radicular, en tanto que sobre el defecto control no se colocó membrana, recibiendo solo raspaje y alisado radicular. Las membranas se retiraron entre la cuarta y sexta semana posimplantación. Los resultados fueron los siguientes: 1 clínicamente, sobre los sitios experimentales, se obtuvo una ganancia promedio de inserción de 4,4 mm, mientras que sobre los controles la ganancia promedio fue de 3,6 mm; 2 en términos de porcentaje, se obtuvo una reducción promedio de 62,85% de la profundidad de los defectos sobre los sitios experimentales, en tanto que sobre los controles fue de 51,42%; 3 histométricamente, sobre el lado experimental hubo neoformación de cemento y ligamento periodontal que, en promedio, fue de 3,35 mm, lo cual correspondió a un 47,85% mientras que sobre los controles fue de 3,08 mm, que correspondió a 44%; en cuanto al hueso neoformado, el promedio fue de 2,313 mm (33,71% para los sitios experimentales y de 1,6 mm (22,85% para los sitios control. Histológicamente, se apreció neoformación de cemento radicular, nuevo ligamento periodontal y neoformación ósea hacia el fondo del defecto tanto en los sitios experimentales como en los sitios control; sin embargo, en promedio, la respuesta fue estadísticamente superior en los sitios con membrana. Llamó laatención la enorme variabilidad al evaluar la respuesta en forma individual, encontrándose que, en algunos de los

  17. Patógenos periodontales y sus relaciones con enfermedades sistémicas Periodontal pathogens and their relationships with systemic diseases

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    Maritza Peña Sisto

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Las enfermedades periodontales son infecciones caracterizadas por la presencia de más de 200 especies bacterianas que, por infestación metastásica, pueden llegar a diferentes órganos anatómicos y ocasionar cambios patológicos. En este artículo se describen los datos más importantes sobre el descubrimiento de los diversos patógenos periodontales en diferentes sistemas del organismo humano, sus aspectos epidemiológicos, mecanismos de acción, así como su relación con la patogenia de las diferentes enfermedades. También se hace mención especial de la presencia de estos gérmenes como iniciadores y perpetuadores de procesos sépticos en los sistemas cardiovascular, respiratorio, gastrointestinal, renal, nervioso, oftálmico y en el embarazo.Periodontal diseases are infections characterized by the presence of more than 200 bacterial species that, through metastasic infection, can reach different anatomical organs and can cause pathological changes. In this work the most important data are described on the discovery of the diverse periodontal pathogens in different systems of the human organism, their epidemiological aspects, action mechanisms, as well as their relationship with the pathogenesis of different diseases. Special mention is also made on the presence of these germs as begginners and perpetuators of septic events in the cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, renal, nervous, ophthalmic systems and in pregnancy.

  18. Influencia de la terapia periodontal no quirúrgica en nivel de pH salival y líquido crevicular gingival en pacientes con enfermedad periodontal atendidos en la Clínica Especializada de la FO-USMP

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    Villaverde Moscol, Lizeth Rosario

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    Determina la influencia de la terapia periodontal no quirúrgica en el nivel de pH salival y el pH líquido crevicular gingival en los pacientes con enfermedad periodontal atendidos en la Clínica Especializada de FO-USMP. La muestra fue conformada por 64 pacientes. Se utilizó tiras reactivas para la recolección del pH salival y pH del líquido crevicular gingival antes y después (07 días) de realizado el terapia periodontal no quirúgica en los pacientes diagnosticados con dos de los tipos de enf...

  19. Soporte social con Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación a cuidadores: Una experiencia en Cartagena, Colombia Suporte social com tecnologias da informação e a comunicação a cuidadores: uma experiência em Cartagena, Colômbia Social support with information technologies and communication to caregivers: An experience in Cartagena, Colombia

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    Inna Elida Flórez Torres

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo. Determinar la efectividad del soporte social mediante la radio y la web, en cuidadores de Cartagena, Colombia. Metodología. Investigación cuasi-experimental, realizada en 2010 con la participación de 86 cuidadores a quienes se les aplicó el instrumento Inventario de soporte social en enfermedad crónica de Hilbert, antes y después de una intervención de soporte social con la ayuda de la radio y la web. Se empleó la prueba ANOVA para evaluar las diferencias en los cambios de puntaje de las dimensiones de la escala utilizada. Resultados. Los puntajes promedios de las dimensiones antes y después de la intervención fueron respectivamente por dimensión, así: Guía: 59.6 y 81.9; Interacción personal: 43.3 y 51.6; Retroalimentación: 20.7 y 27.3; Interacción social: 20.6 y 25.7. Para todas las dimensiones se encontraron diferencias significativas en los promedios. Conclusión. Existe evidencia a favor de que el soporte social con Tecnología de Información y Comunicación fue efectivo en los cuidadores intervenidos.Objetivo. Determinar a efetividade do suporte social através da rádio e a web, em cuidadores de Cartagena, Colômbia. Metodologia. Investigação quase-experimental, realizada em 2010 com a participação de 86 cuidadores a quem se lhes aplicou o instrumento Inventario de suporte social em doença crônica de Hilbert, antes e depois de uma intervenção de suporte social através da rádio e a web. Empregou-se a prova ANOVA para avaliar as diferenças nas mudanças de pontuação das dimensões da escala utilizada. Resultados. As pontuações médias das dimensões antes e depois da intervenção foram respectivamente por dimensão, assim: Guia: 59.6 e 81.9; Interação pessoal: 43.3 e 51.6; Retroalimentação: 20.7 e 27.3; Interação social: 20.6 e 25.7. Para todas as dimensões se encontraram diferenças significativas nas médias. Conclusão. Existe evidência a favor que o suporte social com Tecnologia de

  20. Soporte social percibido en cuidadores familiares de personas en tratamiento contra el cáncer

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    Henry Mauricio Puerto Pedraza

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: El cáncer se reconoce como un problema universal que afecta a las personas de cualquier edad, género, cultura y situación económica, además impone fuertes cargas financieras y sociales para la persona enferma al igual que su familia. El objetivo fue determinar el Soporte social percibido en enfermedad crónica en los cuidadores familiares de personas en tratamiento contra el cáncer. Materiales y Métodos: Estudio descriptivo de corte transversal, se entrevistaron 75 cuidadores familiares de personas en tratamiento contra el cáncer a los cuales se les aplicó el instrumento "Soporte social percibido en enfermedad crónica". El análisis se realizó mediante estadística descriptiva y estratificación de la escala Soporte social percibido. Resultados: Los cuidadores familiares son en mayoría mujeres de estratos socioeconómicos 1 y 2, de escolaridad primaria incompleta el (37,3%, en relación al estado civil se informó estar casados o en unión libre (66,7%, de ocupación hogar (50,7%, con una mediana de 18 horas de cuidado. Los cuidadores familiares presentan una percepción media del soporte social percibido de (36%. Las subescalas del instrumento reportan puntajes medios en la interacción personal (42,7%, guía (40%, retroalimentación (41,3% ayuda tangible (28%, interacción social (45,3%. Discusión: Se hace necesario abordar el soporte social desde una perspectiva holística donde las interrelaciones de salud física, emocional, funcionamiento familiar y social respondan a las necesidades de los cuidadores familiares. Conclusiones: El soporte social es conocido por ser la fuerza más grande y poderosa que facilita el éxito cuando una persona y su cuidador se ven amenazadas por el cáncer. Cómo citar este artículo: Puerto HM. Soporte social percibido en cuidadores familiares de personas en tratamiento contra el cáncer. Rev Cuid. 2017; 8(1:1407-22. http://dx.doi.org/10.15649/cuidarte.v8i1.345

  1. Cultivo de células de piel humana sobre un soporte polimérico artificial y un soporte acelular derivado de vejiga porcina

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    Alejandro Astúa

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available La ingeniería de tejidos aplicada a lesiones de la piel propone constantemente métodos innovadores con el propósito de mejorar la calidad de vida de las personas con estas patologías. El objetivo de este estudio fue cultivar fibroblastos y queratinocitos humanos sobre soportes artificiales poliméricos termosensibles y membranas acelulares derivadas de vejiga porcina. Se establecieron cultivos primarios y subcultivos y, subsecuentemente, se obtuvieron epidermis diferenciadas y estratificadas a partir de queratinocitos que crecieron en cocultivo con una capa alimentadora (feeder layer de fibroblastos dérmicos humanos. Mediante microscopía óptica, se efectuaron observaciones relacionadas con el crecimiento y la diferenciación de ambos tipos celulares. Se encontró que las células epiteliales cultivadas sobre soportes termosensibles produjeron láminas epidérmicas bastante semejantes a una epidermis natural, mientras que la membrana acelular derivada de vejiga porcina resultó menos exitosa para el desarrollo de queratinocitos.

  2. Entrenamiento propioceptivo para la remada de soporte en vertical en natación sincronizada

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    Hernández Mendizábal, Silvia

    2015-01-01

    Una de las técnicas más utilizadas en natación sincronizada son las remadas y, en concreto; La remada americana, utilizada para mantener las piernas por encima de la superficie mientras el cuerpo se mantiene en vertical cabeza abajo, por debajo del agua. Homma, Homma y Washizuya (2008) describen la función de esta remada como: "remada propulsiva y de soporte, utilizada con el objetivo de mantener la máxima altura fuera del agua". Estudios biomecánicos han profundizado con sistemas bidimension...

  3. Detección y prevalencia de patógenos periodontales de una población con periodontitis crónica en Uruguay mediante metodología convencional y metagenómica

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    Virginia Papone

    Full Text Available Resumen Las enfermedades periodontales son un significativo problema mundial a nivel de salud humana. Décadas de investigaciones, evidencian que en la mayoría de los casos la periodontitis crónica es la más común, caracterizada por ser de evolución lenta, con formación de bolsas periodontales, posterior reabsorción del hueso alveolar, pérdida y destrucción de piezas dentarias y tejido óseo. Si bien se reconoce el origen multifactorial en el desarrollo de la periodontitis, es relevante la participación de la microbiota subgingival en la etiología de la enfermedad periodontal. Algunas de las especies bacterianas patógenas que han sido asociadas con el desarrollo de la enfermedad periodontal son Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, Porphyromonas gingivalis, Prevotella intermedia, Tannerella forsythia, Fusobacterium nucleatum, entre otras. En este estudio, nos propusimos investigar cuáles de éstas cinco especies estaban presentes en las bolsas periodontales de 51 pacientes uruguayos con periodontitis crónica. Para alcanzar éste objetivo se utilizó una técnica convencional microbiológica y metagenómica (multiplex-PCR. Los resultados de la técnica convencional microbiológica evidenciaron la presencia de A. actinomycetemcomitans (33% y de bacterias negras pigmentadas anaerobias (100% en las muestras. De los resultados obtenidos en la multiplex-PCR, se demostró que las especies de mayor prevalencia fueron F. nucleatum (100%, T. forsythia (92% y P. gingivalis (88%. Por el contrario, las especies de menor prevalencia fueron P. intermedia (39% y A. actinomycetemcomitans (33%

  4. Soporte nutricional en el paciente pediátrico crítico Nutritional support in critical pediatric patients

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    Susana Pineda Pérez

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available La desnutrición energética es un problema presente en los pacientes hospitalizados, que se agrava en los niños críticamente enfermos, por diferentes factores como la disminución de la ingestión de los alimentos, el incremento de las pérdidas y el aumento del gasto metabólico secundario a la respuesta metabólica al estrés. En los últimos decenios, el soporte nutricional ha encontrado un lugar prioritario dentro de las medidas que han permitido una mayor supervivencia y mejor calidad de vida de los pacientes. Los nuevos conceptos en relación con la respuesta metabólica al estrés y la función del intestino abren posibilidades en la utilización del soporte nutricional. No obstante las comprobadas evidencias sobre la necesidad de su aplicación, se precisa de mayor sistematización para determinar cómo utilizarlo. Por esta razón exponemos algunos aspectos relacionados con la importancia de la evaluación nutricional, indicación, forma de soporte nutricional (parenteral o enteral, momento y nutrientes que utilizar. Se propone una estrategia para desarrollar el empleo del soporte nutricional en el paciente pediátrico crítico.

  5. Factores de riesgo y su relación con la enfermedad periodontal en el área del Policlínico “Ángel A. Aballí ”

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    José Alberto Méndez González

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó un estudio transversal en pacientes de 15 a 65 años de edad del área de salud del Policlínico “Ángel A. Aballí ” del municipio Habana Vieja, pertenecientes a 14 consultorios seleccionados del médico de la familia, en el período comprendido entre octubre del 2005 y julio del 2006, con el objetivo de estimar la prevalencia y gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal y determinar los factores de riesgo asociados con esta. Se seleccionó una muestra de 229 pacientes por el método de selección aleatoria con probabilidad proporcional al tamaño de los consultorios del médico de la familia. La gingivitis fue la afección más prevalente asociada con factores como caries, obturaciones deficientes, higiene deficiente, maloclusiones y personas hipertensas tratadas con Nifedipina . De los factores estudiados, el hábito de fumar, la higiene deficiente y el consumo de nifedipina tuvieron asociación estadísticamente significativa en relación con la periodontitis .

  6. Soporte a la recomendación en aseguramiento de calidad usando memoria organizacional

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    Rivera, Belén; Martín, María de los Ángeles; Olsina Santos, Luis Antonio

    2009-01-01

    Las lecciones aprendidas por las personas son una clase de conocimiento valioso para una organización (por ej., de software), a la hora de resolver situaciones similares (casos). Una forma de aprovechar mejor dicho conocimiento, de manera que dé soporte a la recomendación en la toma de decisiones, es contar con una memoria organizacional que lo administre y procese en forma consistente y eficaz. En este trabajo a partir de la ontología de memoria organizacional basada en casos, mostramos s...

  7. Soporte nutricional en la atención primaria de salud

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    Susana Pineda Pérez

    2003-01-01

    La desnutrición energético nutrimental es un problema presente en numerosos pacientes hospitalizados y ambulatorios con prolongada evolución, que se agrava en muchas situaciones por diferentes factores como la disminución de la ingestión de los alimentos, el incremento de las pérdidas el aumento del gasto metabólico y ayunos prolongados en ocasiones. En las últimas décadas, el soporte nutricional se encuentra en lugar prioritario dentro de las medidas que han permitido una mayor sobrevida y m...

  8. Soporte nutricional en la atención primaria de salud

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    Susana Pineda Pérez

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available La desnutrición energético nutrimental es un problema presente en numerosos pacientes hospitalizados y ambulatorios con prolongada evolución, que se agrava en muchas situaciones por diferentes factores como la disminución de la ingestión de los alimentos, el incremento de las pérdidas el aumento del gasto metabólico y ayunos prolongados en ocasiones. En las últimas décadas, el soporte nutricional se encuentra en lugar prioritario dentro de las medidas que han permitido una mayor sobrevida y mejoría de la calidad de vida. Los nuevos conceptos en la atención y recuperación de los pacientes en su hogar, con el apoyo de familiares y el trabajo conjunto con los equipos de salud correspondientes, abren posibilidades en la utilización del soporte nutricional. No obstante las comprobadas evidencias sobre la necesidad de su aplicación, se precisa de una mayor sistematicidad para determinar cómo utilizarlo, por lo que se exponen algunos aspectos relacionados con la importancia de la evaluación nutricional, indicación y forma de soporte nutricional parenteral o enteral. Se propone desarrollar una estrategia para el empleo del soporte nutricional en la APS.The nutrimental energetic malnourishment is a problem faced by many hospitalized and ambulatory patients, which, under different circumstances, gets worse due to various factors like the decreased food intake, the increased losses, the rise in metabolic output and occasionally extended fasting. In the last two decades, the nutritional support has been a priority included in the set of measures that have allowed higher survival rates and better quality of life. The new concepts in care and recovery of patients at their homes, supported by relatives and the joint work undertaken by the corresponding health teams open up new possibilities in the use of nutritional support. Despite the evidence about the need of applying this support, it is required to be more systematic to determine how it

  9. Periodontal Diseases

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    ... diseases. The primary research focus was on oral bacteria. Periodontal diseases were thought to begin when chalky white ... tools to target their treatment specifically to the bacteria that trigger periodontal disease. At the same time, because biofilms form ...

  10. Comparación entre métodos de cultivo independientes y dependientes para la detección de bacteriemia transitoria en individuos diabéticos con periodontitis crónica

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    Anna Carolina Ratto-Tespestini; Paula Juliana Pérez-Chaparro; Giuseppe Alexandre Romito; Luciene Cristina Figueiredo; Marcelo Faveri; Hilana Paula Carillo; Priscila Larcher; Magda Feres

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    Introducción. Las bacteriemias de origen oral pueden ocurrir después de procedimientos odontológicos y de otros actos cotidianos. Algunas condiciones de la cavidad oral favorecen las bacteriemias como en el caso de pacientes con diabetes mellitus y periodontitis que presentan inflamación gingival exacerbada. Objetivo. Comparar la eficacia de un método independiente de cultivo (PCR cuantitativa) y otro dependiente (BacT-ALERT 3D®) en la detección de la bacteriemia. Materiales y métodos. ...

  11. Regeneración de tejido periodontal in vitro con células madre pluripotenciales de la pulpa dental (DPPSC) del tercer molar

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    Hategan, Iulia Emilia

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    El periodonto está formado por varios tejidos: la encía, el ligamento periodontal, el cemento radicular y el hueso alveolar. El periodonto tiene dos funciones fundamentales: protección e inserción. La función de protección la realizan la encía y el epitelio de unión, mientras que la función de inserción se desempeña a través del ligamento periodontal, el cemento radicular y el hueso alveolar.- El ligamento periodontal es un tejido celular altamente vascularizado que rodea la raíz del dien...

  12. DESARROLLO DE REACCIONES DE CONDENSACIÓN ALDÓLICA SOBRE SOPORTE DE CELULOSA

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    Liliana E. Luna

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    Full Text Available En este trabajo se desarrollan algunas reacciones sobre soporte sólido de celulosa para alumnos de Química Orgánica del segundo año de las carreras de Bioquímica, Farmacia, Lic. en Química y Lic. en Biotecnología. Las reacciones analizadas fueron la de Claisen-Schmidt entre ciclohexanona y benzaldehído en medio básico para la síntesis de 2,6-dibenciliden-ciclohexanona y la reacción aldólica de acetona con benzaldehído en medio básico para preparar la 4-fenil-4-hidroxi-butanona. Los productos se aíslan permitiendo su identificación por cromatografía en capa delgada, espectroscopía de RMN de protones y se comparan con los productos obtenidos por el método tradicional en solución. Esta metodología simple y eficiente que se experimentó en grupos de alumnos de segundo año de esta Facultad permite la integración de los temas aldehídos, cetonas y enolatos aprendidos anteriormente, en consonancia con espectroscopía IR y RMN-1H en una dada transformación química.

  13. Prevalencia y gravedad de las periodontopatías en adultos jóvenes del municipio Artemisa en relación con la práctica del tabaquismo Prevalence and severity of periodontal diseases in young adults of Artemisa municipality in relation to smoking.

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    Eladio Miguel Traviesas Herrera

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available Las periodontopatías inmunoinflamatorias crónicas son una de las enfermedades que más prevalecen en la actualidad. Asociadas a estas se encuentra como factor de riesgo el tabaquismo. Se realizó un estudio observacional descriptivo de corte transversal en adultos jóvenes fumadores comprendidos entre 15 y 29 años que acudieron al Servicio de Estomatología del P.P.U. (Policlínico “Adrián Sansarico”, del municipio Artemisa desde septiembre 2005 hasta febrero 2006, con la finalidad de identificar la prevalencia de la enfermedad periodontal. Se agruparon los individuos atendiendo a la edad, estado periodontal y cantidad de cigarrillos que consumen diariamente. Se llevó a cabo la realización de una encuesta y el examen bucal a todos los que aprobaron formar parte de la muestra; se aplicó el índice periodontal de Russell revisado por la OMS. Existe un comportamiento similar en los registros de fumadores y no fumadores en nuestra muestra. La prevalencia de la enfermedad periodontal es del 100 % en los examinados fumadores, no así en la población no fumadora. En nuestro estudio pudimos determinar que la intensidad del tabaquismo aumenta a medida que se incrementa la edad de los examinados, así como que el estado periodontal de los fumadores se deteriora en correspondencia con la intensidad de esta práctica. El estado periodontal de los fumadores está más comprometido en los fumadores con respecto a los no fumadores.Chronic immuno-inflammatory periodontal diseases are one of nowadays more prevalent diseases. Associated to above is the smoking as risk factor. A cross, descriptive and observational study was conducted in smokers young adults aged 15-29, seen in Stomatology Emergency (“Adrián Sansarico” Polyclinic in Artemisa municipality from September 2005 to February 2006, to identify prevalence of periodontal disease. By age, periodontal status, cigarettes smoked a day subjects were grouped. A survey and a oral examination were

  14. Estudio de la migración y de la actividad metabólica de los polimofonucleares neutrófilos en pacientes con periodontitis juvenil localizada Migration and metabolic activity of polymorphonuclear neutrophils in patients with localized juvenile periodontitis

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    Pablo Javier Patiño Grajales

    1993-03-01

    Full Text Available La periodontitis juvenil localizada (PJL se caracteriza por presentar una pérdida rápida de la inserción del tejido conectivo y el hueso alveolar alrededor de los primeros molares e incisivos de la dentición permanente. Esta Investigación se realizó para establecer una relación entre el comportamiento In vitro de los polimorfonucleares neutrófilos (PMN y los diferentes tipos clínicos de la enfermedad. Se estudiaron 21 pacientes con PJL clasificados en tres grupos: incipiente, moderada y avanzada. Antes de que los pacientes recibieran algún tipo de tratamiento odontológico, se les aislaron los neutrófilos y se estudió, In vitro, la quimiotaxis bajo agarosa y la actividad metabólica mediante la quimioluminiscencia dependiente de luminol (QLDL. Las mismas pruebas fueron practicadas en forma paralela a un grupo de individuos sanos como controles. Los pacientes con PJL avanzada tuvieron una disrninución significativa de la quimiotaxis (p=0.023. Su índice quimiotáctico fue de 9.4 :t 1.01 mientras el de los controles fue 11.9 :t 0.33. De otro lado, la QLDL de los PMN estimulados con forbol miristato acetato (PMA fue normal en todos los grupos, comparados con los controles; en contraste la estimulación de los PMN con zymosan opsonizado, evidenció una actividad metabólica significativamente disminuida en los pacientes con PJL incipiente y avanzada: el promedio de producción de energía lumínica en cpm para el grupo con PJL avanzada fue 703376:!: 74510 y para el de PJL incipiente fue 737000:!: 168610; en contraste en el grupo control fue 916597:!: 47418 (p=0.012. Estos hallazgos revelan que los pacientes con PJL conforman un grupo heterogéneo en cuanto a la función de los PMN. Para esclarecer la respuesta de los PMN en cada tipo de PJL, se hace necesario estudiar la vinculación entre los componentes genéticos, el medio ambiente y los fenotipos clínicos de la enfermedad.

    Periodontitis crónica: Una visión desde la proteómica

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    Miguel Simancas Pallares

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available  Resumen La periodontitis resulta en un daño tisular complejo a las estructuras de soporte dentario debido al efecto de la respuesta inmune. Sin embargo, la naturaleza de los componentes de éste proceso son interés de muchos investigadores ya que se determinaron a través de estudios experimentales algunas moléculas de carácter proteínico que activan y/o regulan otras sustancias ó células para el desarrollo de la lesión. El objetivo de ésta revisión de literatura es conducir un análisis crítico de la evidencia disponible sobre las proteínas expresadas durante la periodontitis crónica. Se identificaron las publicaciones más relevantes a través de una búsqueda en bases de datos electrónicas como MEDLINE, EBSCO-HOST y “The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews”. Para ser incluídos en la revisión, los estudios debieron definir la proteína investigada, en pacientes con periodontitis crónica. De los 1210 artículos obtenidos en la fase inicial de la revisión, sólo 175 estaban disponibles en texto completo y de éstos sólo cumplieron los requisitos de inclusión 25 artículos, los cuales fueron confrontados, analizados y discutidos posteriormente. La evidencia disponible demuestra que las proteínas juegan un papel importante en la transducción de señales y que utilizan diversas vías para activar compuestos químicos contribuyendo al desarrollo de lesiones periodontales crónicas. (DUAZARY 2010, 106 - 116AbstractPeriodontitis is a complex tissue damage to the supporting structures of teeth due to the effect of the immune response. However, the components nature of the process are of interest to many researchers and were determined through experimental studies of some molecules that activate a protein and / or regulating other substances or cells for the development of the lesion. The aim of this literature review is to conduct a critical analysis of available evidence on the expressed proteins in chronic

  15. Factores asociados al desgaste profesional en los trabajadores del soporte vital básico del País Vasco: Un estudio cualitativo

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    Full Text Available Objetivos: Identificar factores de riesgo de desgaste profesional percibidos por los técnicos en emergencias sanitarias de las unidades de soporte vital básico del País Vasco. Metodología: Investigación cualitativa realizada mediante análisis de discurso en ocho entrevistas individuales a trabajadores del soporte vital básico con puntuaciones compatibles con afectación por desgaste profesional en el Inventario de Burnout de Maslach. Las variables estructurales tenidas en cuenta para la elección de los participantes fueron la antigüedad profesional (superior o inferior a 10 años y el centro de trabajo. Resultados: Los trabajadores presentan disconformidad con la actual estructura organizacional del sistema de emergencias y falta de proyección y reconocimiento de su rol profesional. Además manifiestan un progresivo distanciamiento afectivo para con los pacientes, con quienes ha aumentado el número de enfrentamientos debidos a dificultades de entendimiento causadas por situaciones de inadecuación del uso de los recursos asistenciales. Conclusiones: La estructura de organización del sistema de emergencias, el trato con el paciente y su familia y la situación profesional del técnico en emergencias son percibidos como elementos clave predisponentes de desgaste profesional.

  16. Análisis comparativo de modelos cinéticos para un Filtro Biológico sin recirculación con medio de soporte en Luffa Cylindrica para el tratamiento de aguas residuales combinadas (domésticas y pecuarias

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    Juan Pablo Rodriguez Miranda

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    Full Text Available El presente artículo considera un análisis de los diferentes modelos cinéticos para la estabilización de la materia orgánica en un filtro biológico con lecho en Luffa cylindrica, en donde el modelo que más influyó en la cinética con el modelo matemático expuesto por Velz estableció un promedio la constante cinética de 0,116 (d-1. En cuanto a la remoción de la materia orgánica, se obtuvieron resultados de eficiencia en donde se alcanzaron valores entre 85%, 76%, 55%.

  17. Vivienda: "soporte modular y participación"

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    Mogollón Sebá, Jaime

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    Ante las características que reviste el problema habitacional colombiano y la imposibilidad del Estado y la comunidad para resolverlo, en las condiciones económicas, sociales y tecnológicas en que se ha forjado, pero teniendo en cuenta también las posibilidades que brindan las reformas Constitucional, Municipal y Urbana recientes, así como el nuevo rumbo que seguramente tomaran la industria productora de materiales y las entidades públicas y privadas dedicadas a la solución del déficit y de la calidad de la vivienda de interés social, el presente trabajo propone una metodología para diseñar y construir viviendas que favorezcan económicamente al usuario y le permitan participar en la identificación de sus necesidades y dar respuestas espaciales acordes a sus gustos y posibilidades. Garantiza seguridad al situarse las viviendas sobre una estructura de soporte ambientalmente sana y constructivamente estable. La ciudad de soportes saldrá beneficiada al controlar su densidad y la extensión de servicios, vías y transportes.

  18. Neurofibromatosis tipo I con manifestaciones en el periodonto y lengua: presentación de un caso Type I neurofibromatosis with periodontal and lingual manifestations: a case report

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    M.C. Negreiros Lyrio

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available La enfermedad de Von Recklinghausen o Neurofibromatosis Tipo I (NF1 es una condición autosómica dominante que presenta una variada expresión clínica, con manifestaciones que van desde manchas tipo café con leche en piel a severas complicaciones estéticas y funcionales afectando los tejidos óseos y nerviosos. Las manifestaciones orales de la NF1 son comunes, afectando aproximadamente al 72% de los pacientes. Presentamos un caso de NF1 con lesiones neurofibromatosas afectando al reborde alveolar inferior y lengua, con indicación de excisión quirúrgica debido a la dificultad de higiene local.Von Recklinghausen’s disease, or type I neurofibromatosis (NF-1, is an autosomal dominant condition with a varied clinical expression. Disease manifestations may range from café au lait spots of the skin to severe cosmetic and functional complications that affect bone and nervous tissues. Oral manifestations of NF-1 are common, affecting approximately 72% of patients. We report a case of NF-1 with neurofibromatous lesions of the lower alveolar bridge and tongue. Resection was indicated due to the difficulty of maintaining oral hygiene.

  19. Interaction Between Immune Cells and Bacteria Associated With Periodontitis

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    Periodontal Diseases; Periodontitis; Aggressive Periodontitis; Immunologic Disease; Microbial Disease; Periodontal Pocket; Inflammation; Inflammation Gum; Dysbiosis; Rheumatoid Arthritis; Generalized Aggressive Periodontitis; Generalized Chronic Periodontitis; Chronic Periodontitis

  1. Del pergamino al bit. La influencia del soporte en el contenido

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    Nistal, Ana

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    Full Text Available The printed book has been one of the most revolutionary developments in European history; the coming of the book was possible tanks to the development of the printing industry. The evolution of the new technology around the book industry caused profound changes affecting authors, producers and readers. New medium favoured new ways to create contents. Digital technology is pushing another revolution that threatens to change the world of the book, not only in terms of physical media, but also the concept of isolated book, closed by cardboard covers, with delimited beginning and end. The big change is not the transition from printed characters to bits; the change will be the transition from isolated books to connected books, which can be accessed trough multiples ways (or “links”, open books against to the closed books of the Gutenberg age.El libro moderno de papel ha sido, sin duda, uno de los instrumentos más revolucionarios en la historia europea; su aparición fue posible gracias a las nuevas tecnologías de impresión y edición en papel. El cambio que supuso el desarrollo industrial de los libros cambió totalmente la concepción de los creadores, distribuidores y lectores. Los nuevos y modernos soportes propiciaron nuevas formas para crear contenidos antes imposibles. La tecnología digital está propiciando otra gran revolución que amenaza con cambiar el mundo del libro, no sólo en cuanto al soporte físico, sino a su concepto como libro aislado, delimitado por unas tapas de cartón, con un principio y un fin concretos. El gran cambio no es el paso de letras impresas a bits, sino el paso de libros aislados a libros “conectados”, a los que se puede acceder mediante infinitas fórmulas (o “conexiones” en oposición a los libros cerrados de la era Gutenberg.

  2. Unión de técnicas ortodónticas con flexicorticotomía periodontal para el manejo de tratamiento ideal

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    Carolina Hernández Duque

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available La sociedad siempre se rige por patrones de estética facial que por obvias razones dan suma importancia a los componentes dentomaxilares. La odontología, en sus diferentes especialidades, se encarga de corregir anomalías que se presenten en dichos componentes tanto funcional como estéticamente. La ortodoncia específicamente trabaja, en lo que a posición dental se refiere, para lograr una armonía funcional y estética, haciendo uso de fuerzas mecánicas y aparatología diseñada especialmente para dicho fin, sin embargo, existen casos en los que es necesario recurrir a técnicas quirúrgicas periodontales complementarias debido a la presencia de crestas alveolares más densas de lo normal que impiden el rápido y eficiente movimiento que la ortodoncia requiere; para esto se aplica el procedimiento conocido como "flexicorticotomía", que consiste en realizar una fractura controlada con expansión ósea; para ello se utilizan expansores óseos progresivos y tras la separación de las tablas óseas se obtiene un surco con el diámetro y la profundidad adecuados para realizar el movimiento dentario con mayor facilidad. En este artículo se reporta un caso clínico en el que se realizó flexicorticotomía en una cresta demasiado estrecha, con el objetivo de corregir un diastema a nivel de órganos dentarios anteroinferiores, lo cual es estéticamente inaceptable para el paciente. Se consiguió el éxito del tratamiento ortodóntico, regeneración tisular adecuada y postoperatorio ideal sin complicaciones.

  3. Del soporte de autonomía y la motivación autodeterminada a la satisfacción docente

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    María Ruiz Quiles

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este estudio fue comprobar el poder del soporte de autonomía, los mediadores psicológicos y la motivación autodeterminada sobre la satisfacción docente. Se utilizó una muestra de 172 docentes pertenecientes a la etapa de Educación Infantil, Primaria, Secundaria, Bachillerato y Ciclos Formativos, a los que se les midió el soporte de autonomía, los mediadores psicológicos, la motivación laboral y la satisfacción docente. Tras el análisis de regresión lineal se observó que el soporte de autonomía, los mediadores psicológicos y la motivación académica autodeterminada predijeron positivamente la satisfacción docente. La satisfacción de las necesidades psicológicas básicas resultó ser el mejor índice para reducir el agotamiento y favorecer la vitalidad necesaria en el desempeño de la tarea docente. Los tipos de motivación más autodeterminada se relacionaron negativamente con el agotamiento del profesorado y positivamente con la orientación al trabajo, mientras que las menos autodeterminadas lo hicieron positivamente con el agotamiento de la labor profesional y con la utilización de presión externa para rendir en la tarea profesional. Los mediadores psicológicos contribuyeron a la satisfacción docente

  4. Del soporte de autonomía y la motivación autodeterminada a la satisfacción docente

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    María Ruiz Quiles

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este estudio fue comprobar el poder del soporte de autonomía, los mediadores psicológicos y la motivación autodeterminada sobre la satisfacción docente. Se utilizó una muestra de 172 docentes pertenecientes a la etapa de Educación Infantil, Primaria, Secundaria, Bachillerato y Ciclos Formativos, a los que se les midió el soporte de autonomía, los mediadores psicológicos, la motivación laboral y la satisfacción docente. Tras el análisis de regresión lineal se observó que el soporte de autonomía, los mediadores psicológicos y la motivación académica autodeterminada predijeron positivamente la satisfacción docente. La satisfacción de las necesidades psicológicas básicas resultó ser el mejor índice para reducir el agotamiento y favorecer la vitalidad necesaria en el desempeño de la tarea docente. Los tipos de motivación más autodeterminada se relacionaron negativamente con el agotamiento del profesorado y positivamente con la orientación al trabajo, mientras que las menos autodeterminadas lo hicieron positivamente con el agotamiento de la labor profesional y con la utilización de presión externa para rendir en la tarea profesional. Los mediadores psicológicos contribuyeron a la satisfacción docente.

  5. Estudio sobre las redes de soporte social de niños trabajadores en Lima Metropolitana

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    Rocío Franco

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available La presente investigación se refiere a un estudio descriptivo sobre las redes de soporte social en 30 niños trabajadores y 30 niños no-trabajadores de 9 años, provenientes de una zona urbano marginal de Lima. Todos vivían con sus padres y asistían a la escuela en forma regular. Los resultados muestran que las redes de estos niños tienden a ser más amplias y dispersas y que sus relaciones de intercambio se basan en aspectos concretos y funcionales. Asimismo, se encontró que los miembros adultos de la red mantienen relaciones insatisfactorias con el niño, por consiguiente los adultos no logran una presencia significativa en la red, y los padres la mantienen gracias a la estabilidad y facilidad de acceso de sus lazos. La comparación con redes de niños no-trabajadores muestra que las características antes señaladas son particulares a los niños que trabajan. This paper deals with a descriptive study on social support networks in 30 working children and 30 non working children. Their average age was 9 years, all of them lived with their parents in urban marginal zones of Lima, and assisted regularly to school. The results show that social networks of working children have a tendency to be wide and that their exchange relationship is based on functional and concrete aspects. It was also found that the adult members of the network maintained non satisfactory relationships with the children. As a consequence adults do not have a significant presence in the network. Parents maintain their presence due to stability and facility of their access. These characteristics belong exclusively to working children.

  6. Periodontal regeneration.

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    Ivanovski, S

    2009-09-01

    The ultimate goal of periodontal therapy is the regeneration of the tissues destroyed as a result of periodontal disease. Currently, two clinical techniques, based on the principles of "guided tissue regeneration" (GTR) or utilization of the biologically active agent "enamel matrix derivative" (EMD), can be used for the regeneration of intrabony and Class II mandibular furcation periodontal defects. In cases where additional support and space-making requirements are necessary, both of these procedures can be combined with a bone replacement graft. There is no evidence that the combined use of GTR and EMD results in superior clinical results compared to the use of each material in isolation. Great variability in clinical outcomes has been reported in relation to the use of both EMD and GTR, and these procedures can be generally considered to be unpredictable. Careful case selection and treatment planning, including consideration of patient, tooth, site and surgical factors, is required in order to optimize the outcomes of treatment. There are limited data available for the clinical effectiveness of other biologically active molecules, such as growth factors and platelet concentrates, and although promising results have been reported, further clinical trials are required in order to confirm their effectiveness. Current active areas of research are centred on tissue engineering and gene therapy strategies which may result in more predictable regenerative outcomes in the future.

  7. Periodontal Disease Part IV: Periodontal Infections

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    Turnbull, Robert S.

    1988-01-01

    In Part IV of this article, the author describes two periodontal infections, acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (trench mouth) and periodontal abscess, both acute painful conditions for which patients may seek advice from their family physician rather than their dentist.

  8. Soporte nutricional en el paciente crítico: una puesta al día

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    Agudelo Ochoa, Gloria María; Giraldo Giraldo, Nubia Amparo

    2008-01-01

    Los pacientes críticos presentan alteraciones que se manifiestan en desórdenes clínicos que demandan una atención médica y nutricional oportuna donde el soporte nutricional juega un papel fundamental. El objetivo del artículo fue realizar una puesta al día sobre los avances del soporte nutricional en el paciente crítico. Se revisaron publicaciones en bases de datos sobre tópicos como la selección de pacientes candidatos al soporte, evaluación del estado nutricional, determinación de las neces...

  9. Pregnancy and periodontal disease

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    Sağlam, Ebru; Saruhan, Nesrin; Çanakçı, Cenk Fatih

    2015-01-01

    Some maternal immunological changes due to pregnancy increases susceptibility to infections. Periodontal disease, the main cause is plaque, is a common disease which is seen multifactorial and varying severity. There are many clinical criteria for diagnosis of periodontal disease. Correlation between pregnancy and periodontal inflammation is known for many years. Periodontal disease affects pregnant’s systemic condition and also has negative effects on fetus. Periodontal disease increases the...

  10. Estudio de la accesibilidad de los documentos científicos en soporte digital

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    Térmens Graells, Miquel

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper analyses the problems of accessibility posed by scientific articles published in digital format, focusing on the ease of use of their content with respect to the form in which they are published (irrespective of the recovery system. The two most widely used formats for the publication of scientific articles in digital format, HTML and PDF, are analysed, examining reader performance in relation to the presence of contents lists or internal or linked tables. The study involved two groups: 30 blind subjects, all JAWS users, contacted through the ONCE Foundation, and 30 sighted subjects, lecturers in the Department of Librarianship and Documentation of the University of Barcelona. The results shows the location of data in tables is easier in HTML documents through the inclusion of a contents list linked to these tables. Further, the inclusion of complete tables in the body of HTML document facilitates the reading activity of blind users. At the methodological level, this work reports two novelties with respect to the existing literature on usability by blind people: it examines the usability of the PDF format, and discusses a quantitative usability test. The latter hinders comparison with the majority of published articles.

    El artículo analiza los problemas de accesibilidad que actualmente presentan los artículos científicos en soporte digital. El estudio se centra en los aspectos de facilidad de uso del contenido de los documentos digitales según la forma en que se publiquen, sin entrar en el estudio de los distintos sistemas de recuperación. Se analizan los dos formatos más utilizados para la publicación de artículos científicos en soporte digital: HTML y PDF, estudiando el desempeño lector en relación a la presencia de sumarios o de tablas internas o vinculadas. El estudio se ha realizado con dos colectivos: 30 sujetos ciegos, usuarios de Jaws, contactados gracias a la mediación de la Fundación ONCE, y 30 sujetos no

  11. Suspiro de vida: vivencias de los pacientes de la Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos sometidos a soporte ventilatorio

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    Alix Bohórquez

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente estudio pretende analizar y comprender las emociones y sentimientos experimentados por el paciente sometido a vetilacion mecanica que han estado hospitalizados en la Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos (UCI, basándose en las experiencias relatadas por 3 pacientes egresados que tuvieron soporte ventilatorio invasivo. Teniendo en cuenta que el soporte ventilatorio conlleva una pérdida de independencia y control sobre la más vital de las actividades para el mantenimiento de la vida "respirar” y que al igual los tubos endotraqueales y la intubación nasal a menudo producen traumas lo cual se manifiesta en la falta de habilidad para la comunicación y la inmovilización derivada de la intubación, siendo factores estresantes para los pacientes manifestando la necesidad de redes de apoyo o mecanismos de afrontamiento que les ayudara y los acompañara a superar la crisis vivenciada; por lo que la familia y la religiosidad-espiritualidad fueron vitales. En conclusión el presente estudio mostró que los pacientes experimentaron situaciones difíciles y estresantes que les generaba tristeza, depresión, angustia, dolor e incomodidad con los procedimientos que se les realizaba o por los equipos que debían tener para suplir sus funciones vitales, pero es importante recalcar que pese a su incomodidad los pacientes expresaban la resignación como una manera de aceptación y superación frente a su situación; también expresaron la dificultad para comunicarse con las demás personas; y que gracias al apoyo de su familia y a su fe en Dios pudieron afrontar y superar la situación.

  12. C-reactive protein in patients with aggressive periodontitis

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    Jaroslav Mysak

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Background/purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the systemic levels of C-reactive protein (CRP in peripheral blood samples of patients with aggressive periodontitis during the first twelve months of periodontal treatment, at exactly six month interval measurements, and compare them with clinical periodontal parameters. Materials and methods: All patients (N = 45 were examined prior to the initiation of periodontal treatment. Patients were divided into two groups GAgP (Generalised form of aggressive periodontitis, N = 23 and group LAgP (Localised form of aggressive periodontitis, N = 22. Control group (CON included 60 individuals with healthy periodontium. The levels of CRP were determined in both groups GAgP and LAgP three times in 6 month intervals during the periodontal treatment. Results: CRP is a plasma protein that reflects the extent of the acute phase response to inflammation and is one of the markers of choice for monitoring this response. In our study, CRP levels decreased in course of periodontal treatment in both groups (GAgP and LAgP in a similar way as bleeding on probing (BOP and probing pocket depth (PPD indices. Conclusion: Our study results showed that CRP levels, as well as bleeding on probing (BOP and probing pocket depth (PPD, indices decreased in course of periodontal treatment in patients with generalised and localised aggressive periodontitis. Therefore this marker might be exploitable as a means to evaluate periodontal health in patients with aggressive periodontitis. Keywords: aggressive periodontitis, C-reactive protein, periodontal index, cardiovascular diseases

  13. Oxigenación de membrana extracorpórea para soporte cardíaco o respiratorio en adultos

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    Salvador Torregrosa

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available La oxigenación de membrana extracorpórea (ECMO es un sistema de asistencia mecánica circulatoria y respiratoria extracorpórea de corta duración. Está indicado en el shock cardiogénico e insuficiencia respiratoria con compromiso vital de cualquier causa, cuando las medidas terapéuticas médicas o quirúrgicas convencionales, incluyendo el empleo del balón intraaórtico de contrapulsación, han fracasado. Sus ventajas respecto a otros sistemas de asistencia mecánica circulatoria son: 1 inicio rápido de la asistencia mediante canulación periférica; 2 es una técnica poco agresiva, por lo que es mejor tolerada en estos pacientes críticos; 3 al no necesitar toracotomía, permite continuar con las medidas de resucitación cardiopulmonar en los pacientes con parada cardíaca; 4 proporciona soporte pulmonar, univentricular o biventricular; 5 se ha mostrado eficaz como puente a una asistencia ventricular de larga duración o como puente a trasplante cardíaco, y 6 es mucho más económico que otros dispositivos de asistencia ventricular.

  14. Preparación de soportes biomateriales con estructuras fibrilares obtenidas mediante electro-hilatura

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    Erencia Millán, Marisa

    2017-01-01

    The fabrication of scaffolds materials with the ability to mimic the structural and functional properties of extracellular matrix is one of the most important points of interest into the tissue engineering field. Among the several techniques developed to fabricate tissue scaffolds, nanotechnology based methods such as electrospinning have demonstrated to play a relevant role in mimicking the properties of proteins fibers of the extracellular matrices. The aim of this thesis is focused on t...

  15. Modeling susceptibility to periodontitis

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    Laine, M.L.; Moustakis, V.; Koumakis, L.; Potamias, G.; Loos, B.G.

    2013-01-01

    Chronic inflammatory diseases like periodontitis have a complex pathogenesis and a multifactorial etiology, involving complex interactions between multiple genetic loci and infectious agents. We aimed to investigate the influence of genetic polymorphisms and bacteria on chronic periodontitis risk.

  16. SnO2 COMO CATALIZADOR Y SOPORTE DE Ni Y Sn EN LA ALCOHOLISIS DEL ACEITE DE PALMA

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    CARLOS E. ARARAT

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available El óxido de estaño en forma de SnO2 (casiterita ha sido usado como catalizador en diferentes procesos de interés de la industria química, tales como la de deshidrogenación, cracking, isomerización y oxidación de hidrocarburos. En este trabajo se estudió la aplicación de SnO2 como catalizador y como soporte de especies de níquel y estaño, en la alcohólisis del aceite de palma. La obtención del SnO2 se realizó por el método de precipitación y la incorporación de níquel y estaño, al soporte, por el método de impregnación. Se determinó que el SnO2 presentaba una mayor actividad frente a la reacción de alcohólisis en comparación con otros óxidos, tal como el MgO, y que esta actividad era afectada por la adición de níquel y estaño en su superficie. Se utilizó cromatografía de gases CG para el seguimiento de las reacciones, así como la espectroscopia FTIR para realizar el análisis de los productos obtenidos después del proceso. Los catalizadores fueron analizados por DRX para la determinación de las fases cristalinas presentes y del análisis de área superficial, volumen y tamaño de poro, para determinar las propiedades texturales de los catalizadores.

  17. Diabetes Mellitus II: la importancia de las redes de apoyo como soporte al padecimiento

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    Guadalupe Cartas-Fuentevilla

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo. Comprender el papel de la formación de redes de apoyo familiares, institucionales y de amigos en las mujeres diabéticas que acuden al Centro de Salud y al Club de Diabéticos de San Cristóbal de LasCasas, Chiapas, en el proceso de salud-enfermedad-atención de la Diabetes mellitus II. Metodología. Estudio cualitativo de corte etnográfico; los datos se obtuvieron a través de un grupo focal y entrevistas a profundidad a partir del análisis de casos en cuatro mujeres diabéticas. Resultados. Las redes institucionales constituyen la principal estrategia de atención, control y búsqueda de alivio por parte de nuestras informantes. Las mujeres se autoperciben más valoradas en el Club, que dentro de su grupo familiar debido a que se sienten identificadas y comprendidas por los demás enfermos generando un proceso identitario en torno a su condición de diabéticas. En los casos en que no se tiene el apoyo familiar requerido, ese vacío de solidaridad es cubierto por las amistades. Conclusiones. La red más fuerte y con mayor soporte es la institucional ya que a través de esta han aprendido a re-conocer su padecimiento, a resignificarlo mediante un proceso de transacción entre el discurso de la biomedicina y lo saberes de sentido común compartidos por otras y otros enfermos. La medicina institucional, a través del Centro de Salud y el Club de Diabéticos de San Cristóbal, ha logrado generar confianza y calidez en la relación médico-paciente favoreciendo la recuperación, control y alivio de su padecimiento.

  18. Soporte magnético para la grabación y lectura de información, método de almacenamiento y lectura de información y su uso

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    Junquera-Pérez, Alejandro; Álvarez-Prado, L. M.; Vélez, M.; Alameda, J. M.; Martín, J. I.; Marconi, V. I.; Kolton, Alejandro B.; Rodríguez-Parrondo, Juan Manuel; Anguita, José Virgilio; Souche, Yves

    2011-01-01

    Soporte magnético para la grabación y lectura de información, método de almacenamiento y lectura de información y su uso. El soporte magnético comprende un circuito magnético definido en una lámina delgada magnética con anisotropía uniaxial y un nanocomposite constituido por una red bidimensional de nanopozos asimétricos rellenos de otro material magnético de mayor coercitividad y/o anisotropía que la lámina delgada magnética. También es objeto de la invención un método de almacenamiento y le...

  19. Límites de esbeltez en soportes de hormigón armado

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    Río, O.; Morán, F.

    1987-01-01

    Se presenta una propuesta racional de límites de esbeltez para soportes de hormigón armado, que tiene en cuenta los principales parámetros conocidos en el dimensionamiento: el esfuerzo axil, la excentricidad relativa y la relación de excentricidades en los extremos del soporte. En función de estos parámetros se define la esbeltez límite equivalente X^, que permite calibrar la importancia de los efectos de segundo orden.

  20. Prevantion and maintenance in periodontal and preimplant pathology

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    Serrano Cuenca, V.; Noguerol Rodríguez, B.

    2004-01-01

    Se valoran los distintos factores de riesgo en la enfermedad periodontal y periimplantaria, con el fin de establecer la prevención y control de los mismos. Se describen detalladamente los distintos métodos de monitorización del paciente, motivación, así como las diversas técnicas para el control de la placa bacteriana. Se analizan las distintas fases del mantenimiento tanto a nivel periodontal como periimplantario.The risk factors in periodontal and periimplant disease are determined, to esta...

  1. Ozone therapy in periodontics.

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    Gupta, G; Mansi, B

    2012-02-22

    Gingival and Periodontal diseases represent a major concern both in dentistry and medicine. The majority of the contributing factors and causes in the etiology of these diseases are reduced or treated with ozone in all its application forms (gas, water, oil). The beneficial biological effects of ozone, its anti-microbial activity, oxidation of bio-molecules precursors and microbial toxins implicated in periodontal diseases and its healing and tissue regeneration properties, make the use of ozone well indicated in all stages of gingival and periodontal diseases. The primary objective of this article is to provide a general review about the clinical applications of ozone in periodontics. The secondary objective is to summarize the available in vitro and in vivo studies in Periodontics in which ozone has been used. This objective would be of importance to future researchers in terms of what has been tried and what the potentials are for the clinical application of ozone in Periodontics.

  2. ASPIRACIONES Y PROYECTOS DE FUTURO DE JÓVENES ESTUDIANTES SECUNDARIOS EN CHILE: EL SOPORTE FAMILIAR Y SU INFLUENCIA EN LAS DECISIONES EDUCATIVO-LABORALES

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    Leandro Sepúlveda V

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: Este artículo analiza las aspiraciones y los proyectos educativos postsecundarios de jóvenes estudiantes chilenos, considerando el rol y la incidencia del soporte familiar en este proceso. Las aspiraciones de cursar estudios superiores es una realidad extendida entre los jóvenes, aunque es posible identificar racionalidades diversas asociadas a las opciones formativas y los itinerarios previstos para alcanzar estos objetivos. El entorno familiar juega un rol importante en la construcción del proyecto personal de los estudiantes, existiendo una alta valoración del soporte que estos brindan para el logro de las metas educacionales. Con todo, la experiencia varía en relación a las características de este apoyo para la toma de decisiones individuales, como también en las estrategias de presión o exigencias para el cumplimiento de obligaciones y objetivos en la educación superior, evidenciándose diferencias importantes de acuerdo al nivel socioeconómico de las familias.

  3. La incorporación de los lectores de prensa impresa a la prensa digital: uso convergente del soporte on-line

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    Iván Lacasa Mas

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Gracias a una encuesta realizada a más de 3.500 lectores de LaVanguardia.com, el presente artículo sostiene que lo que ha movido a buena parte de ellos a adoptar la lectura de la edición digital no son tanto las especificidades que diferencian a la plataforma on-line, como la confianza que han depositado en su marca periodística. El análisis de los patrones de uso y de las expectativas de dichos lectores lleva a ver el soporte digital no como una superficie de información inmediata, sino como un vehículo flexible de acceso a una fuente tenida como de referencia. Investigar las gratificaciones que obtienen los lectores al establecer una relación con la marca periodística, mueve a trasladar el punto de mira hacia aquello que, por encima de la evolución de los distintos soportes, permanece estable entre los medios de información y sus públicos objetivos.

  4. Estudio material de la obra “Chacareros” de Antonio Berni. Problemáticas de un soporte atípico

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    Néstor Barrio Lipperheide

    2010-08-01

    Full Text Available Alrededor de 1930 el pintor argentino Antonio Berni desarrolla el “Nuevo Realismo”. Dentro de esta corriente ejecuta grandes composiciones, con grupos de campesinos y obreros como la obra que aquí presentamos: “Chacareros” (1935. El soporte está constituido por la unión de varias telas de arpillera precedentes de sacos de azúcar cosidas entre sí. Su elección no fue una anécdota, sino la búsqueda consciente de un recurso expresivo. El importante deterioro de las fibras, ponía en riesgo la supervivencia de esta pintura, por lo que una intervención se hacía necesaria. El presente trabajo muestra el tratamiento de restauración de “Chacareros”. Este se realizó atendiendo al difícil problema de un soporte atípico y las exigencias de historicidad que el mismo imponía. Este proyecto ha dado también la oportunidad de examinar esta obra emblemática de la pintura argentina del siglo XX, e iniciar así, por primera vez, las investigaciones científico-técnicas para caracterizar los materiales y las técnicas pictóricas de Berni.

  5. El libro como soporte de la experiencia visionaria en las profecías iluminadas de William Blake y el Libro Rojo de Carl Gustav Jung

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    Daniela Picón Bruno

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    Full Text Available En este artículo reflexionamos sobre dos obras pertenecientes al mundo moderno y contemporáneo en las que el manuscrito iluminado es utilizado como soporte de registro de la experiencia visionaria: los Libros Proféticos Iluminados de William Blake (1757-1827 y el Libro Rojo de Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961. Estos autores consideraron el manuscrito iluminado como un formato más auténtico para la transmisión de sus visiones, ya que permitía superar la dimensión puramente estética del arte y convocar una síntesis entre la materia y el espíritu propio del pensamiento simbólico del neoplatonismo del siglo xii europeo. Desde esta perspectiva, indagamos en el carácter altamente espiritual que Blake y Jung confirieron a la creación artística y a la materialidad del libro como soporte de escritura y de lectura, estableciendo algunas correspondencias con las nuevas concepciones sobre el arte elaboradas en el contexto de las vanguardias europeas del siglo xx.

  6. Systemic antibiotics in periodontics.

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    Slots, Jørgen

    2004-11-01

    This position paper addresses the role of systemic antibiotics in the treatment of periodontal disease. Topical antibiotic therapy is not discussed here. The paper was prepared by the Research, Science and Therapy Committee of the American Academy of Periodontology. The document consists of three sections: 1) concept of antibiotic periodontal therapy; 2) efficacy of antibiotic periodontal therapy; and 3) practical aspects of antibiotic periodontal therapy. The conclusions drawn in this paper represent the position of the American Academy of Periodontology and are intended for the information of the dental profession.

  7. Fabricación de soportes anódicos metálicos para SOFC por vía pulvimetalúrgica

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    Arahuetes, E.

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available The commercialization of environmentally-friendly power production technologies as solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC implies the cost reduction of the materials initially used in their design. The employment of a porous metallic support that significantly reduces the amount of active ceramic material is an interesting option. In this work, the processing of four different alloys (two Fe-based and two Ni-based is evaluated for their possible use as porous metallic supports in SOFC. A binder system is proposed that, mixed with big-sized metallic powders, allows to obtain materials with the required porosity level (≥ 30%. Moreover, a stage of grinding prior to compaction of mixes binder-metallic powder allows the manufacturing of dimensionally stable components during binder removal, even although their high porosity.

    La comercialización de tecnologías de producción de energía medioambientalmente respetuosas, como las pilas de óxido sólido (SOFC, implica el abaratamiento de los materiales con que han sido, inicialmente, diseñadas. El empleo de un soporte metálico poroso que reduzca significativamente la cantidad de material cerámico activo es una opción muy interesante. En este trabajo se estudia el procesado de 4 aleaciones diferentes (dos base Fe y dos base Ni para su posible utilización como soportes metálicos porosos en SOFC. Se propone un sistema ligante que, mezclado con polvos metálicos de gran tamaño, permita obtener materiales con el nivel de porosidad requerida (≥ 30 %. Además, la realización de una etapa de granulado previa a la compactación de las mezclas de polvo metálico permite fabricar piezas que mantienen, pese a su elevada porosidad, la estabilidad dimensional durante el proceso de eliminación del ligante.

  8. Suporte articulado para o tratamento cirúrgico da escoliose: nota prévia Soporte articulado para el tratamiento quirúrgico de la escoliosis: nota previa Support for surgical treatment of scoliosis: foreword

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    Francisco Limeira dos Santos Neto

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    Full Text Available Foi desenvolvido um suporte para ser utilizado nas cirurgias de correção da escoliose que permite a realização de manobras para a correção da deformidade. O objetivo deste relato inicial é a apresentação do conceito do suporte desenvolvido e os resultados iniciais com a sua utilização.Fue desarrollado un soporte para ser utilizado en las cirugías de corrección de la escoliosis. El soporte desarrollado permite la realización de maniobras para la corrección de la deformidad y el objetivo de este relato inicial es la presentación del concepto del soporte desarrollado y los resultados iniciales con su utilización.One support was developed for use in surgery for correction of scoliosis. This support allows the execution of surgery for the correction of the deformity, and the initial purpose of this report is the presentation of the concept support development and the initial results with its use.

  9. Enfermedad periodontal y factores locales y sistémicos asociados

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    María Elena González Díaz

    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó un estudio epidemiológico transversal en 3 áreas de salud del municipio Santa Clara en el período de enero a diciembre de 1999, con el objetivo de determinar la condición periodontal de los encuestados y establecer sus nexos con factores locales y sistémicos existentes. Se determinó la prevalencia y gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal mediante la aplicación del índice de necesidad de tratamiento periodontal en la comunidad, y se relacionaron sus categorizaciones con factores locales y generales explorados durante el estudio. La prevalencia fue alta, vinculada con la edad y con el grado de higiene bucal. El hábito de fumar se asoció con la enfermedad ya establecida, la caries dental con estados incipientes; los casos con maloclusiones eran mayoritariamente enfermos y la patología sistémica más asociada con la enfermedad periodontal fue la diabetes.A cross-sectional epidemiological study was conducted in 3 health areas of the municipality of Santa Clara from January to December, 1999, with the aim of determining the periodontal conditions of the surveyed and to establish its links with the existing local and systemic factors. The prevalence and severity of the periodontal disease was determined by applying the index of need of periodontal treatment in the community and its categorizations were related to local and general factors explored during the study. The prevalence was high related to the age and to the degree of oral hygiene. Smoking was associated with the already established disease, whereas dental caries were associated with incipient states. Most of the cases with malocclusions were sick and diabetes was the systemic pathology most associated with periodontal disease.

  10. PERIODONTAL CONDITIONS IN EUROPE

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    PILOT, T; MIYAZAKI, H

    The aim of the present overview is to evaluate the periodontal conditions in European populations. Study was made of a number of extensive surveys of periodontal diseases carried out in a number of European countries, primarily North West Europe. These surveys often provide considerable detail.

  11. Periodontitis and myocardial hypertrophy.

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    Suzuki, Jun-Ichi; Sato, Hiroki; Kaneko, Makoto; Yoshida, Asuka; Aoyama, Norio; Akimoto, Shouta; Wakayama, Kouji; Kumagai, Hidetoshi; Ikeda, Yuichi; Akazawa, Hiroshi; Izumi, Yuichi; Isobe, Mitsuaki; Komuro, Issei

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    There is a deep relationship between cardiovascular disease and periodontitis. It has been reported that myocardial hypertrophy may be affected by periodontitis in clinical settings. Although these clinical observations had some study limitations, they strongly suggest a direct association between severity of periodontitis and left ventricular hypertrophy. However, the detailed mechanisms between myocardial hypertrophy and periodontitis have not yet been elucidated. Recently, we demonstrated that periodontal bacteria infection is closely related to myocardial hypertrophy. In murine transverse aortic constriction models, a periodontal pathogen, Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans markedly enhanced cardiac hypertrophy with matrix metalloproteinase-2 activation, while another pathogen Porphyromonas gingivalis (P.g.) did not accelerate these pathological changes. In the isoproterenol-induced myocardial hypertrophy model, P.g. induced myocardial hypertrophy through Toll-like receptor-2 signaling. From our results and other reports, regulation of chronic inflammation induced by periodontitis may have a key role in the treatment of myocardial hypertrophy. In this article, we review the pathophysiological mechanism between myocardial hypertrophy and periodontitis.

  12. Genetic susceptibility of periodontitis

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    Laine, M.L.; Crielaard, W.; Loos, B.G.

    2012-01-01

    In this systematic review, we explore and summarize the peer-reviewed literature on putative genetic risk factors for susceptibility to aggressive and chronic periodontitis. A comprehensive literature search on the PubMed database was performed using the keywords ‘periodontitis’ or ‘periodontal

  13. Periodontal Emergencies in General Practice.

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    Wadia, Reena; Ide, Mark

    2017-05-01

    Diagnosing and managing periodontal emergencies is a common part of general dental practice. This article summarises the presentation, aetiology and management of the key periodontal emergencies, including gingival abscess, periodontal abscess, peri-coronitis/peri-coronal abscess, perio-endo lesion/ abscess, necrotising gingivitis and periodontitis, acute herpetic gingivostomatitis, acute physical/chemical/thermal injury and subgingival root fracture.

  14. PRACTICAL PERIODONTAL SURGERY: AN OVERVIEW

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    The efficacy of periodontal surgery in the treatment of periodontal diseases not yet been systematically evaluated. The objective of this review was to systematically evaluate the efficacy of periodontal surgical procedures in the various treatment modalities. Periodontal disease is multifaceted in nature and scope. The problems created due to this inflammatory condition are different eg. gingival enlargement, osseous deformities, mucogingival problem which ultimately may ...

  15. Definition of aggressive periodontitis in periodontal research. A systematic review

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    Ramírez, Valeria; Hach, Maria; López, Rodrigo

    2018-01-01

    . Consequently, considerable variation in the understanding of aggressive periodontitis can be anticipated. AIM: To systematically asses, the definitions of aggressive periodontitis reported in original periodontal research. METHODS: A systematic review of original research on aggressive periodontitis published.......7% of the publications no information is provided as to how the cases were defined. Many combinations of criteria for case definition were found. CONCLUSIONS: This study revealed significant heterogeneity in the understanding and use of the term aggressive periodontitis in original research and poor documentation...

  16. Comorbidity of periodontal disease

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    Holmstrup, Palle; Damgaard, Christian; Olsen, Ingar

    2017-01-01

    Increasing evidence has suggested an independent association between periodontitis and a range of comorbidities, for example cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, psoriasis, and respiratory infections. Shared....... The present article presents an overview of the evidence linking periodontitis with selected systemic diseases and calls for increased cooperation between dentists and medical doctors to provide optimal screening, treatment, and prevention of both periodontitis and its comorbidities....... inflammatory pathways are likely to contribute to this association, but distinct causal mechanisms remain to be defined. Some of these comorbid conditions may improve by periodontal treatment, and a bidirectional relationship may exist, where, for example, treatment of diabetes can improve periodontal status...

  17. Predicción de la estructura secundaria de proteínas usando Máquinas de soporte Vectorial

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    Darío José Delgado

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    ón central adopte una determinada estructura secundaria. Para la extracción de características se utiliza un método de codificación de secuencias en el que cada símbolo en la estructura primaria se relaciona con cada símbolo en la estructura secundaria. El uso de este método de codificación permite reducir la dimensionalidad de los datos de miles de características a sólo 220 de estas. Los resultados obtenidos son comparables a los registrados en la literatura, teniendo cerca de un 70% de precisión. Además, se logra reducir los costos computacionales en la construcción de los clasificadores debido a que este trabajo modela el problema de multi-clasificación como un grupo de clasificadores binarios. Palabras clave: máquinas de soporte vectorial; metodología de codificación; predicción de la estructura secundaria de proteínas.

  18. El soporte de Les Ferreres de Calaceite (Teruel: una revisión desde su tecnología y contexto

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    Armada, Xosé Lois

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    Full Text Available This paper offers a new approach to the bronze stand of Les Ferreres de Calaceite from two perspectives. On the one hand, a technological study using EDXRF and metallography in order to understand the manufacturing process. On the other, a reconstruction of its archaeological context, using several types of sources in order to gain a better understanding of its significance and chronology. In our opinion, the object was made by a well-trained bronze-worker during the first half of the sixth century BC, using complex technology and emulating earlier bronze stands of Mediterranean origin. Its iconography and archaeological context reflect the symbolic codes of early Iron Age societies in northeast Iberia.Este artículo ofrece una nueva aproximación al soporte de bronce de Les Ferreres de Calaceite a partir de dos tipos de información. Por un lado, un estudio tecnológico utilizando EDXRF y metalografía, con el objetivo de conocer el proceso de fabricación. Por otro, una reconstrucción de su contexto arqueológico, utilizando diversos tipos de información, con el objetivo de aproximarse a su significado y cronología. En nuestra opinión, el objeto fue fabricado por un experto broncista en la primera mitad del siglo VI a.n.e., utilizando una tecnología compleja y emulando antiguos soportes de bronce de origen mediterráneo. Su iconografía y contexto arqueológico reflejan códigos simbólicos de las sociedades de inicios de la Edad del Hierro del Nordeste peninsular.

  19. Diseno de una matriz de soporte compuesta de colageno de piel de tiburon-aloe para ingenier a tisular (Design of Shark Skin Collagen-Aloe Composite Scaffold for Tissue Engineering)

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    colágeno es un nuevo biomaterial utilizado para la administración de fármacos, la fabri- cación de apósitos o como sustrato para ingeniería tisular cuya...crecimiento de fi broblastos in vitro. MATERIALES Y MÉTODOS Materiales El tiburón lechoso (Rhizoprionodon acutus) se capturó en la costa local y se...1000 rpm durante 3-5 minutos, se suspendieron de nuevo en medio fresco con FCS al 10%, se sembraron por la matriz de soporte (25.000 células

  20. Diagnóstico y tratamiento de la periodontitis agresiva

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    Ricardo Benza-Bedoya

    Full Text Available Resumen: La periodontitis agresiva es una enfermedad de baja prevalencia, multifactorial, de avance rápido, sin compromiso sistémico, con alteraciones inmunológicas, con fuerte influencia genética, agregación familiar y generalmente de instalación temprana. Tiene dos formas: una localizada, y otra generalizada. No está debidamente aclarado, si se trata de una enfermedad periodontal diferente a otras o si es la expresión fenotípica de una periodontitis crónica en pacientes susceptibles. Su protocolo diagnóstico incluye una historia médica dental, examen clínico periodontal y examen radiológico. El tratamiento de la periodontitis agresiva incluye principalmente, control de higiene bucal, raspaje y alisado radicular, complementado con terapia antibiótica sistémica y local. La terapia quirúrgica depende de los casos. La terapia de mantenimiento es imprescindible para lograr mejores resultados. El objetivo de este artículo fue revisar los protocolos diagnósticos y terapéuticos y proponer un flujograma de tratamiento en base a evidencias científicas recientes.

  1. Análisis de las preferencias de técnicos en soporte de un sistema de información mediante la utilización de análisis conjunto.

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    Ramírez Hurtado, José Manuel

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available Mejorar la productividad de los trabajadores de una empresa es uno de los principales objetivos que persigue toda organización, con el fin de agilizar el negocio y generar un valor añadido a la misma, al reducir los costes y mejorar la eficiencia operativa. En este trabajo se pretende estimar las preferencias relativas al trabajo que desarrollan los técnicos en soporte de una empresa de sistemas de información, con el fin de mejorar la gestión del trabajo por parte de la empresa. Para ello se utiliza el análisis conjunto, que constituye la principal técnica estadística multivariante para el estudio de las preferencias de los consumidores. Se hace una aplicación con datos sobre los técnicos de soporte de una empresa de sistemas de información que permitirá obtener el perfil de trabajo deseado por los trabajadores de la misma, dentro de unos márgenes de acción marcados por la empresa, y que constituirá la estrategia laboral a seguir por la dirección de la empresa sobre sus empleados.

  2. Periodontal bone lesions

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    Linden, L.W.J. van der.

    1985-01-01

    In the course of life the periodontum is subject to changes which may be physiological or pathological. Intraoral radiographs give insight into the hard structures of the dentomaxillar region and provides information on lesions in the bone of the periodontum in that they show radiopacities and radiolucencies caused by such lesions. In this thesis the relation is investigated between the true shape and dimensions of periodontal bone lesions and their radiographic images. A method is developed and tested of making standardized and reproducible radiographs suitable for longitudinal studies of periodontal lesions. Also the possibility is demonstrated of an objective and reproducible interpretation of radiographic characteristics of periodontal bone lesions. (Auth.)

  3. Las personas con discapacidad en el cine

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    2005-01-01

    Una forma de comprobar cómo se conceptualiza a las personas con discapacidad es analizar la imagen que de ellas se refleja en distintos soportes como pueden ser libros, prensa y medios de comunicación. El presente trabajo se centra en el estudio de películas cuyos protagonistas tienen alguna discapacidad. A tal efecto, y después de revisar una parte de la producción cinematográfica, se han seleccionado cincuenta películas para proceder a su análisis. Los resultados obtenidos evidencian la esc...

  4. Detection of Periodontal Markers in Chronic Periodontitis

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    Leonhardt, Åsa; Carlén, Anette; Bengtsson, Lisbeth; Dahlén, Gunnar

    2011-01-01

    The aim was to compare the detection frequency of periodontopathogens by using the Pado Test 4.5 and checkerboard DNA-DNA hybridization technique in chronic periodontitis patients. Thirty patients with chronic periodontitis were tested cross-sectionally with DNA/RNA oligogenomic probe method (IAI Pado Test 4.5) and DNA/DNA whole genomic probe (checkerboard) method. Samples were taken by two paper points at the deepest site in each of the four quadrants and pooled into one sample for each of the two methods. The samples were sent to the two laboratories (IAI, Zuchwil, Switzerland, and Oral Microbiology Laboratory, University of Gothenburg, Sweden) and were analyzed in a routine setting for the presence and amount of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, Porphyromonas gingivalis, Tannerella forsythia and Treponema denticola. While Pado Test 4.5 detected the four periodontal pathogens in 11 (36.7%) of the patients, the checkerboard method showed presence in all patients (100%) using the lower score (Score 1 corresponding to 104 bacterial cells) and 16 (53.3%) using a higher treshold (score 3 corresponding to between >105 and 106 cells). The results of the present study showed low agreement for a positive microbiological outcome using the two diagnostic methods. It was also concluded that microbiological analysis in practice should include a larger number of bacterial species to better serve as markers for a diseased associated flora in chronic periodontitis cases. PMID:21769304

  5. Metodología para la implementación del soporte nutricional enteral personalizado como alternativa de la nutrición enteral domiciliaria

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    Rafael Jiménez García

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: la nutrición enteral domiciliaria se realiza en la casa del paciente, y permite que disminuyan los costos hospitalarios como consecuencia de largas estadías para lograr la recuperación o mejorar el estado nutricional y su reingreso al medio familiar. Objetivo: mostrar una metodología para la implementación del soporte nutricional enteral personalizado en el hogar con recursos centralizados, como una alternativa para la nutrición domiciliaria en pediatría. Métodos: a partir del diseño de la metodología para las Unidades de Nutrición Enteral Pediátrica con objetivos de actuación de los Grupos de Apoyo Nutricional Hospitalarios, se diseñó una metodología, que, a través de acciones concretas, logra la integración entre los niveles clínico-facultativos y gerenciales. Resultados: la metodología diseñada está basada en la integración de la atención primaria de salud con la secundaria, en una relación de carácter recíproco (desde y hacia, en la que el control centralizado de los recursos permite, no solo economizarlos, sino, a la vez, su registro para organizar la demanda por la estructura administrativa. El diseño metodológico crea, a su vez, un espacio para las funciones educativas de los padres y el control sistemático del soporte, lo cual, a su vez, le da una connotación preventiva acorde con los objetivos de la medicina comunitaria. Conclusiones: la metodología propuesta por nuestro grupo de trabajo constituye una alternativa en pediatría para el desarrollo de la nutrición enteral domiciliaria, como prestación de los servicios nutricionales, con una mayor integración entre los niveles primario y secundario de salud.

  6. Enfermedad periodontal inflamatoria asociada a un absceso pulmonar. Presentación de un caso

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    López Rodríguez, Vania Julexis; Garcías Rodríguez, Marisel; Gómez Martínez, Ana Iris; Díaz Gonzáles, Gabriela

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    Fundamento: A pesar, de que hay reportes de casos en la literatura internacional, que asocian la enfermedad periodontal con enfermedades respiratorias y medidas para la prevención de la enfermedad periodontal inflamatoria, sino se establece un adecuado manejo de esta última, puede evolucionar con una complicación sistémica como es el absceso pulmonar. Objetivo: Ilustrar cómo la enfermedad periodontal inflamatoria puede asociarse a un absceso pulmonar como complicación sistémica en su evolució...

  7. Periodontal disease and halitosis

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    Alzoman, Hamad

    2008-01-01

    Halitosis is a general term used to describe an unpleasant or offensive odor emanating from the oral cavity. It is a condition that has health and social implications in the life of those who suffer from it. The origin of halitosis is related to both systemic and oral conditions although the oral causes predominate. Volatile sulfur compound is the primary gas responsible for halitosis. They are formed as a result of gram-negative bacterial putrefaction. The major sites for oral halitosis are the dorsum of the tongue and periodontal pockets. There is a correlation between the amount of plaque on the tongue and periodontitis with the severity of halitosis. The aim of this article was to review the data and correlate periodontitis with severity of halitosis and the effect of halitosis- inducing factors on the progress of periodontal diseases. (author)

  8. Construyendo soportes para el cuidado: producción de discursos de profesores sobre inclusión de niños y adolescentes con deficiencia Building scaffolding for care: Teachers' discourse and the inclusion of children and adolescents with impairments Construindo suportes para o cuidado: produção de discursos de professores sobre a inclusão de crianças e adolescentes com deficiência

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    2009-05-01

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    La construcción de conocimientos se realiza por medio de intercambios dialógicos y es direccionada por condicionantes socio-históricos. Siguiendo este planteamiento, en este trabajo buscamos identificar los discursos del profesorado sobre la construcción de conocimientos. Específicamente, buscamos identificar los significados construidos sobre la inclusión de alumnos con deficiencia.  Doce Profesores Escolares con más de cinco años de docencia participaron en entrevistas semiestructuradas individuales que abordaron: explicaciones sobre el proceso de escolarización, diagnóstico y tratamiento, percepción sobre el trabajo de los profesores hospitalarios y proceso enseñanza-aprendizaje. Los datos, grabados y transcriptos, fueron sometidos al análisis temático dialógico. Los significados producidos permitieron identificar los temas siguientes: a diagnóstico; b tratamiento; c procesos de desarrollo-aprendizaje. Los profesores enunciaron significados denotando el embate (oposición entre modelos antiguos y nuevos sobre el desarrollo de los alumnos con dificultades neuromotoras. Los resultados indican que la relación entre profesores escolares y profesores hospitalarios contribuye a la comprensión del proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje en el contexto de inclusión escolar.

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  9. Molecular diagnostics of periodontitis

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    Izabela Korona-Głowniak; Radosław Siwiec; Marcin Berger; Anna Malm; Jolanta Szymańska

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    The microorganisms that form dental plaque are the main cause of periodontitis. Their identification and the understanding of the complex relationships and interactions that involve these microorganisms, environmental factors and the host’s health status enable improvement in diagnostics and targeted therapy in patients with periodontitis. To this end, molecular diagnostics techniques (both techniques based on the polymerase chain reaction and those involving nucleic acid analysis via hybridi...

  10. Periodontal disease in primary Sjögren's Syndrome

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    Schjødt, Morten; Christensen, Lisa Bøge; Petersen, P.E.

    2001-01-01

    Sjögren's syndrome, gingivitis, periodontitis, periodontal disease, xerostomia, oral manifestations......Sjögren's syndrome, gingivitis, periodontitis, periodontal disease, xerostomia, oral manifestations...

  11. Application of transtheoretical model to assess the compliance of chronic periodontitis patients to periodontal therapy

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    Shilpa Emani

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Background: The present cross-sectional survey study was conducted to assess whether the transtheoretical model for oral hygiene behavior was interrelated in theoretically consistent directions in chronic periodontitis patients and its applicability to assess the compliance of the chronic periodontitis patients to the treatment suggested. Materials and Methods: A total of 150 chronic periodontitis patients were selected for the proposed study. The selected patients were given four questionnaires that were constructed based on transtheoretical model (TTM, and the patients were divided subsequently into five different groups (precontemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, and maintenance groups based on their answers to the questionnaires. Then, each patient was given four appointments for their periodontal treatment spaced with a time gap of 10 days. The patients visit for each appointments scheduled to them was documented. The results obtained were assessed using TTM. Results: Higher mean pro scores of decisional balance, self-efficacy, and process of change scores was recorded in maintenance group followed by action group, preparation group, contemplation group, and precontemplation group, respectively, whereas higher mean cons score was recorded in precontemplation group followed by contemplation group, preparation group, action group, and maintenance group, respectively. The difference scores of TTM constructs were statistically highly significant between all the five groups. Furthermore, the number of appointment attended in were significantly more than maintenance group followed by action group, preparation group, contemplation group, and precontemplation group. Conclusion: Within the limitations of this study, it can be concluded that transtheoretical model can be successfully applied to chronic periodontitis patients to assess their compliance to the suggested periodontal treatment.

  12. Periodontal Disease and Systemic Health

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    ... Club Program Perio Store Education & Careers Careers in Periodontics Perio Exam for Dental Licensure Recommended Competencies Periodontal ... may also help with the management of other chronic inflammatory conditions. Diabetes heart Disease Other Diseases Members ...

  13. Gene polymorphisms in chronic periodontitis

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    Laine, M.L.; Loos, B.G.; Crielaard, W.

    2010-01-01

    We aimed to conduct a review of the literature for gene polymorphisms associated with chronic periodontitis (CP) susceptibility. A comprehensive search of the literature in English was performed using the keywords: periodontitis, periodontal disease, combined with the words genes, mutation, or

  14. Acute periodontal lesions.

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    Herrera, David; Alonso, Bettina; de Arriba, Lorenzo; Santa Cruz, Isabel; Serrano, Cristina; Sanz, Mariano

    2014-06-01

    This review provides updates on acute conditions affecting the periodontal tissues, including abscesses in the periodontium, necrotizing periodontal diseases and other acute conditions that cause gingival lesions with acute presentation, such as infectious processes not associated with oral bacterial biofilms, mucocutaneous disorders and traumatic and allergic lesions. A periodontal abscess is clinically important because it is a relatively frequent dental emergency, it can compromise the periodontal prognosis of the affected tooth and bacteria within the abscess can spread and cause infections in other body sites. Different types of abscesses have been identified, mainly classified by their etiology, and there are clear differences between those affecting a pre-existing periodontal pocket and those affecting healthy sites. Therapy for this acute condition consists of drainage and tissue debridement, while an evaluation of the need for systemic antimicrobial therapy will be made for each case, based on local and systemic factors. The definitive treatment of the pre-existing condition should be accomplished after the acute phase is controlled. Necrotizing periodontal diseases present three typical clinical features: papilla necrosis, gingival bleeding and pain. Although the prevalence of these diseases is not high, their importance is clear because they represent the most severe conditions associated with the dental biofilm, with very rapid tissue destruction. In addition to bacteria, the etiology of necrotizing periodontal disease includes numerous factors that alter the host response and predispose to these diseases, namely HIV infection, malnutrition, stress or tobacco smoking. The treatment consists of superficial debridement, careful mechanical oral hygiene, rinsing with chlorhexidine and daily re-evaluation. Systemic antimicrobials may be used adjunctively in severe cases or in nonresponding conditions, being the first option metronidazole. Once the acute

  15. La muerte en un servicio de terapia intensiva: Influencia de la abstención y retiro del soporte vital Death in an intensive care unit: Influence of life support withholding and withdrawal

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    Carlos Gherardi

    2006-06-01

    Full Text Available Se estudió la influencia de la abstención y retiro del soporte vital en la muerte ocurrida en un servicio de Terapia Intensiva durante un período de 32 meses. Sobre 2640 pacientes ingresados se registró la conducta terapéutica en 548 muertos, clasificando la misma en cinco categorías: (i tratamiento completo, (ii tratamiento completo con orden de no resucitación (ONR, (iii abstención de soporte vital, (iv retiro de soporte vital y (v muerte cerebral. Hubo limitación terapéutica de soporte vital en el 45.6% (n= 250 con un predominio importante de la abstención (ONR y abstención en el 32.6% respecto del retiro de soporte vital (8.2%. Del estudio comparativo con otras estadísticas surge el hallazgo de un porcentaje global de limitación terapéutica media cercana a comunidades con una cultura similar, aunque con una incidencia de retiro (8.2% manifiestamente inferior a la registrada en todos los países cualesquiera fuera su actitud frente a la necesidad de establecer diversos grados de control sobre el recurso tecnológico en el paciente crítico. Deberá indagarse la influencia que tiene la percepción moral del dejar de actuar, como un proceder inconveniente en nuestra sociedad, en los resultados observados.The influence of life support withholding and withdrawal on the deaths which occurred in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU over a period of 32 months was analysed. Of 2640 patients admitted in ICU, one of the following five mutually exclusive categories was registered on the 548 patients who died: (i complete treatment; (ii complete treatment with non-resuscitation order (NRO; (iii withholding of life-sustaining treatment; (iv withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment; and (v brain death. There was therapeutic limitation of life support in 45.6% of cases (n=250, with an important majority of withholding (NRO and withholding in 32.6% of cases, in comparison to withdrawal of life support (8.2% of cases. The comparative analysis with other

  16. Soporte nutricional adaptado al tratamiento fisioterápico de lesiones en el deporte

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    RESUMEN: INTRODUCCIÓN: En el abordaje de las lesiones, el tratamiento tanto médico como fisioterápico han sido ampliamente estudiados y conforman un elemento indispensable. Sin embargo, el soporte nutricional es un aspecto que, aunque recientemente se está demostrando que ofrece grandes beneficios, generalmente pasa a un segundo plano y no se le da la trascendencia que merece. OBJETIVOS: Relacionar la importancia que ejerce el consumo de determinados nutrientes sobre la prevención y tratam...

  17. Diabetes and periodontal disease

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    Rajkumar Daniel

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Diabetes mellitus is a systemic disease characterized by increased blood glucose levels and abnormalities of lipid metabolism due to absence or decreased level of insulin. It affects all the body organs and their functions either directly or indirectly. Every dentist should have a basic understanding of the etiopathogenesis, oral and systemic manifestations of this disease. The periodontal diseases are a consequence of extension of the gingival inflammation into the underlying supporting structures of the periodontium, initiated by the presence of plaque and its products on the surfaces of the teeth and the adjoining structures. The progression of periodontal disease is influenced by variety of factors like microorganisms, host response, systemic background, and genetic makeup of the host. Amongst them, diabetes mellitus tops the list. Diabetes and periodontitis influence the clinical outcome of each other and control of both influences the clinical improvement of each.

  18. Utilización de microondas y ultasonidos en la preparación de hectoritas mesoporosas para su aplicación como soportes de catalizadores de cobre en la reacción catalítica de hidrogenólisis de glicerol a 1,2-propanodiol.

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    Sánchez Motta, Tatiana

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    El principal objetivo de esta tesis era la obtención de forma sostenible de arcillas mesoporosas del tipo hectorita, utilizando ultrasonidos en la mezcla de reactivos y microondas en el tratamiento hidrotérmico para disminuir los tiempos de síntesis, obteniéndose materiales con interesantes características con un menor coste energético. Posteriormente estas hectoritas mesoporosas se utilizaron como soportes de catalizadores de cobre, que se probaron en la reacción de hidrogenól...

  19. Periodontitis in Chronic Heart Failure.

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    Fröhlich, Hanna; Herrmann, Kristina; Franke, Jennifer; Karimi, Alamara; Täger, Tobias; Cebola, Rita; Katus, Hugo A; Zugck, Christian; Frankenstein, Lutz

    2016-08-01

    Periodontal disease has been associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular events. The purpose of our study was to investigate whether a correlation between periodontitis and chronic heart failure exists, as well as the nature of the underlying cause. We enrolled 71 patients (mean age, 54 ± 13 yr; 56 men) who had stable chronic heart failure; all underwent complete cardiologic and dental evaluations. The periodontal screening index was used to quantify the degree of periodontal disease. We compared the findings to those in the general population with use of data from the 4th German Dental Health Survey. Gingivitis, moderate periodontitis, and severe periodontitis were present in 17 (24%), 17 (24%), and 37 (52%) patients, respectively. Severe periodontitis was more prevalent among chronic heart failure patients than in the general population. In contrast, moderate periodontitis was more prevalent in the general population (P periodontal disease was not associated with the cause of chronic heart failure or the severity of heart failure symptoms. Six-minute walking distance was the only independent predictor of severe periodontitis. Periodontal disease is highly prevalent in chronic heart failure patients regardless of the cause of heart failure. Prospective trials are warranted to clarify the causal relationship between both diseases.

  20. Lasers in periodontics.

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    Elavarasu, Sugumari; Naveen, Devisree; Thangavelu, Arthiie

    2012-08-01

    Laser is one of the most captivating technologies in dental practice since Theodore Maiman in 1960 invented the ruby laser. Lasers in dentistry have revolutionized several areas of treatment in the last three and a half decades of the 20(th) century. Introduced as an alternative to mechanical cutting device, laser has now become an instrument of choice in many dental applications. Evidence suggests its use in initial periodontal therapy, surgery, and more recently, its utility in salvaging implant opens up a wide range of applications. More research with better designs are a necessity before lasers can become a part of dental armamentarium. This paper gives an insight to laser in periodontics.

  1. Probiotics and periodontal health

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    2011-01-01

    Periodontitis is one of the most common chronic inflammatory diseases. The etiology is clearly bacterial and a number of putative bacterial pathogens have been associated with the disease, including Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, Tannerella forsythus and Porphyromonas gingivalis. Comparatively, little attention has been paid to the identification of health-associated and potentially beneficial bacterial species that may reside in the gingival sulcus. Probiotic technology represents a breakthrough approach to maintaining oral health by using natural beneficial bacteria, commonly found in healthy mouths, to provide a natural defense against those bacteria which are thought to be harmful to teeth and gums. This article endeavors to introduce the concepts of probiotics in periodontics. PMID:22514571

  2. Probiotics and periodontal health.

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    Gupta, G

    2011-11-14

    Periodontitis is one of the most common chronic inflammatory diseases. The etiology is clearly bacterial and a number of putative bacterial pathogens have been associated with the disease, including Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, Tannerella forsythus and Porphyromonas gingivalis. Comparatively, little attention has been paid to the identification of health-associated and potentially beneficial bacterial species that may reside in the gingival sulcus. Probiotic technology represents a breakthrough approach to maintaining oral health by using natural beneficial bacteria, commonly found in healthy mouths, to provide a natural defense against those bacteria which are thought to be harmful to teeth and gums. This article endeavors to introduce the concepts of probiotics in periodontics.

  3. Enfermedad periodontal en adolescentes

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    Navarro Napóles, Josefa

    2017-01-01

    Introducción: durante mucho tiempo se creyó que la enfermedad periodontal era una afección de la adultez, sin embargo la falta de motivación en la práctica de la higiene oral en la etapa de la adolescencia condiciona su aparición. Objetivo: identificar el estado periodontal en adolescentes de la escuela Secundaria Básica Urbana ¨Raúl Pujols¨, en la ciudad de Santiago de Cuba, en el periodo de septiembre 2014 hasta marzo 2015. Materiales y Métodos: se realizó un estudio observacional, descript...

  4. Defensins in periodontal health

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    Taran Bedi

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Defensins are abundant and widely distributed peptides in human and animal tissues that are involved in host defence. Defensins not only have the ability to strengthen the innate immune system but can also enhance the adaptive immune system by chemotaxis of monocytes, T-lymphocytes, dendritic cells and mast cells to the infection site. Defensins also improves the capacity of macrophage phagocytosis. A greater understanding of how these peptides act in the healthy, gingivitis and periodontitis conditions would definitely open new opportunities for identification, prevention and treatment of periodontal diseases. This discussion focuses on recent studies about biological function of defensins in human diseases and animal models.

  5. Periodontal disease and systemic complications

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    Rui Vicente Oppermann

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Periodontal diseases comprise a number of infectious and inflammatory conditions brought about by the interaction between supragingival and subgingival biofilms and the host inflammatory response. Periodontal diseases should be considered systemic conditions. This means that they are both modulated by the body's systems and play a role as a risk factor for systemic derangements. The current evidence supports some of these interactions, such as smoking as a risk factor for periodontal disease and diabetes mellitus, as both influenced by and influencing inflammatory changes in the periodontal tissue. Other potential associations are still being researched, such as obesity, hormonal changes, cardiovascular disease, and adverse outcomes in pregnancy. These, and others, still require further investigation before the repercussions of periodontal disease can be fully elucidated. Nevertheless, at the present time, the treatment of periodontal diseases-and, most importantly, their prevention-enables adequate intervention as a means of ensuring periodontal health.

  6. MODELOS ONTOLÓGICOS DE SOPORTE A LA GESTIÓN DE COMPETENCIAS PROFESIONALES/ ONTOLOGICAL MODELS FOR PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES MANAGEMENT

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    Jeffrey Blanco-González

    2011-09-01

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    Desde los inicios de la década del 90 del pasado siglo, el desarrollo de nuevas tecnologías asociadas a la gestión del conocimiento marcaron una nueva forma de control que permitió formalizar, capturar, organizar y reutilizar el conocimiento asociado a los escenarios en los que las competencias se ponen de manifiesto, tanto en el ámbito laboral como académico. En la presente investigación se realiza un estudio del estado del arte sobre modelos ontológicos de soporte a la gestión de competencias profesionales, con vistas a caracterizar algunos de éstos en función del aporte que realizan a los requerimientos tecnológicos de un proceso de identificación de competencias. Como resultado se identificaron un conjunto de modelos ontológicos con características y propósitos muy variados, para los cuales fue necesario definir un conjunto de parámetros para su evaluación. Del estudio se pudo concluir que ninguno de los modelos identificados satisface completamente los requerimientos del proceso de identificación de competencias objeto de estudio.

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    Since the beginning of the 90s of the past century, the development of new technologies associated to Knowledge Management, marked a new form of control that allowed to formalize, to capture, to organize and to reuse the knowledge associated to each one of the stages in which the competences are manifested, both in the work and academic field. In this research it is carried out a study about the state of the art of ontological models for supporting the professional competences management, with the purpose of characterizing some of them in order to identify their contribution to the technological requirements of a process of competences identification. As the main result, a set of ontological models with very varied characteristics and purposes were identified, and it was necessary to define a set of parameters for its assessment. It was concluded that

  7. The periodontal abscess: a review.

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    Herrera, D; Roldán, S; Sanz, M

    2000-06-01

    The periodontal abscess is a frequent periodontal condition in which periodontal tissues may be rapidly destroyed. Its importance is based on the possible need of urgent care, the affectation of tooth prognosis, and the possibility of infection spreading. There is scant information in the scientific literature regarding this condition and most of it has been published as case reports and text books, where conclusions are not evidence-based, but rather empirical observations made by recognised clinicians. The aim of this review was to critically analyse all available information on this subject in the dental and medical literature, including information on its prevalence, proposed etiologies and pathogenesis, diagnosis, microbiology and treatment alternatives. The periodontal abscess is the 3rd most frequent dental emergency, and it is specially prevalent among untreated periodontal patients and periodontal patients during maintenance. Different etiologies have been proposed, and 2 main groups can be distinguished, depending on its relation with periodontal pockets. In the case of a periodontitis-related abscess, the condition may appear as an exacerbation of a non-treated periodontitis or during the course of periodontal therapy. In non-periodontitis related abscesses, impaction of foreign objects, and radicular abnormalities are the 2 main causes. The abscess microflora seems to be similar to that of adult periodontitis, and it is dominated by gram-negative anaerobic rods, including well-known periodontal pathogens. Complications and consequences include tooth loss and the spread of the infection to other body sites. Diagnosis and treatment is mainly based on empiricism, since evidence-based data are not available. The role of systemic antibiotics, in the treatment of periodontal abscesses, is especially controversial.

  8. Periodontics II: Course Proposal.

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    Dordick, Bruce

    A proposal is presented for Periodontics II, a course offered at the Community College of Philadelphia to give the dental hygiene/assisting student an understanding of the disease states of the periodontium and their treatment. A standardized course proposal cover form is given, followed by a statement of purpose for the course, a list of major…

  9. Defining a periodontitis case

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    Baelum, Vibeke; Lopez, Rodrigo

    2012-01-01

    . Conclusions The results indicate that it should be feasible for the periodontal community to reach an agreement over the distinction between a case and a non-case. The classification system proposed by van der Velden is better suited for providing clinicians with a clear image of the case....

  10. PERIODONTAL DISEASE: LITERATURE REVIEW

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    J. D. Baia

    2017-10-01

    Full Text Available The periodontal disease is the most common disorder of oral cavity of the dogs, being characterized by the inflammation of the gingiva (gingivitis and periodontium (periodontitis, as a result of aerobic bacteria accumulation on the tooth surface, shaped as a biofilm, creating a microaerophilic environment that enhances the development of pathogenic anaerobic bacteria. The process of gingivitis can be reversed after proper treatment. If untreated, it progresses to periodontitis, an irreversible condition, because of the loss of epithelial adhesion. Animals with periodontitis have bone loss and consequently tooth mobility. This condition has the feeding as the main modifier factor. This means that the more solid is the food, the more friction with the tooth it will do, helping the removal of the biofilm. There are several predisposing factors of this disease, such as race, age, occlusion problems, immunodeficiency, among others. The clinical signs of periodontal disease may vary, being halitosis and gingivitis the most common findings. The diagnosis is made by direct inspection, where furcation exposure, inflammation and dental calculus can be seen. The best complementary tool to diagnose is the intra-oral radiography, which allows the visualization of bone structures that can not be seen during clinical inspection, helping to manage the treatment. The use of antibiotics is only complementary to treatment and only chosen in special cases. The treatment for this condition is surgical and requires sedation. It basically consists in the complete removal of dental calculus, followed by teeth polishing. The whole procedure is performed using specific techniques and instrumentation. There are various prophylactic methods, although daily brushing and the awareness of the owner about this condition are considered the ideal combination.

  11. Antibiotic Resistance in Human Chronic Periodontitis Microbiota

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    Rams, Thomas E.; Degener, John E.; van Winkelhoff, Arie J.

    Background: Patients with chronic periodontitis (CP) may yield multiple species of putative periodontal bacterial pathogens that vary in their antibiotic drug susceptibility. This study determines the occurrence of in vitro antibiotic resistance among selected subgingival periodontal pathogens in

  12. Elaboration of supports for beta emitting sources (with vyns); Elaboracion de soportes para fuentes emisoras beta (con vyns)

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    Cortes P, A.; Torre O, J. De la; Tejera R, A.; Becerril V, A.; Bribiesca S, L

    1990-04-15

    The Laboratory of Radioactive patterns account with a 4 {pi}{beta}-{gamma} coincidence system of recent acquisition with which absolute measures of radioactive activity with uncertainties of the order of 0.1% can be made. Since the coincidence method for the activity measure consists on detecting to the particle and the photon corresponding to oneself nuclear disintegration, it is necessary to elaborate special radioactive sources on thin supports, in order to allowing the maximum possible fluence of {beta} particles ({approx} 100%). This work a technique for the elaboration of these sources and for the measure of the thickness of the walls of the support is presented. (Author)

  13. Reactive correction of a maxillary incisor in single-tooth crossbite following periodontal therapy.

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    Huang, Chih-Hao; Brunsvold, Michael A

    2005-05-01

    The reactive correction of a single tooth anterior crossbite following periodontal therapy is described. This case report provides new information regarding correction of a crossbite relationship and con- firms existing reports of tooth movement following periodontal therapy. A 39-year-old woman in good general health presented with a history of recurrent periodontal abscesses of a maxillary incisor. Probing depths of the abscessed tooth ranged from 5 to 12 mm, and class 1 mobility was noted. Radiographs revealed that the tooth had previously been treated endodontically. The patient's periodontal diagnosis was generalized chronic moderate to severe periodontitis. Treatment considerations were complicated by a single-tooth crossbite relationship of the involved incisor and clinical evidence that the periodontal abscess communicated with an apical infection. Treatment of the abscess consisted of cause-related therapy, bone grafting, and occlusal adjustment. Five months after surgical treatment, an edge-to-edge incisal relationship was observed, the first indicator of tooth movement. Further correction to a normal incisal relationship resulted 1 year after modification of the proximal contact. At this time, there was normal probing depth with only slight recession and mobility. Bone fill was radiographically noted. It appears that some cases of maxillary incisor crossbite that are complicated by periodontal disease may be corrected, without orthodontic appliances, following periodontal treatment.

  14. RECONSTRUCCIÓN TRIDIMENSIONAL DE ROSTROS A PARTIR DE IMÁGENES DE RANGO POR MEDIO DE FUNCIONES DE BASE RADIAL DE SOPORTE COMPACTO TRI-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION OF FACES FROM RANGE IMAGES THROUGH COMPACT SUPPORT RADIAL BASIS FUNCTIONS

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    Jaime A. Echeverri A.

    2007-07-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se muestra la utilización de funciones de base radial de soporte compacto para la reconstrucción tridimensional de rostros. En trabajos anteriores se habían explorado diferentes técnicas y diferentes funciones de base radial para reconstrucción de superficies; ahora presentamos los algoritmos y los resultados de la utilización de funciones de base radial de soporte compacto las cuales presentan ventajas comparativas en términos del tiempo de construcción de un interpolante para la reconstrucción. Se presentan comparaciones con técnicas ampliamente utilizadas en este campo y se detalla el proceso global de reconstrucción de superficies.In previous works, we have explored several radial basis techniques and functions for the reconstruction of surfaces. We now present the use of compact support radial basis functions for the tri-dimensional reconstruction of human faces. Therefore, we present algorithms and results coming from the application of compact support radial basis functions which have revealed comparative advantages in terms of the amount of time needed for the construction of an interpolant to be used in the reconstruction. We are also presenting some comparisons with techniques widely used in this field and we explain in detail the global process for the surfaces reconstruction.

  15. Evolución en niños con falla intestinal en un hospital de referencia en Medellín, Colombia

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    M.M. Contreras-Ramírez

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    Conclusiones: El manejo médico de los pacientes con falla intestinal es complejo. El soporte nutricional y la monitorización continua son de vital importancia y la morbimortalidad a largo plazo depende del reconocimiento y manejo precoz de las complicaciones asociadas.

  16. Efficiency of nonsurgical periodontal therapy in moderate chronic periodontitis.

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    Mlachkova, Antoaneta M; Popova, Christina L

    2014-01-01

    Chronic periodontitis is defined as an inflammatory disease of the supporting tissues of teeth caused by microorganisms in the dental biofilm, resulting in progressive destruction of the periodontal ligament and alveolar bone with pocket formation and gingival recession. Treatment of chronic periodontitis aims at arresting the inflammation and stopping the loss of attachment by removal and control of the supra- and subgingival biofilm and establishing a local environment and microflora compatible with periodontal health. The AIM of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of non-surgical therapy (scaling and root planning) in the treatment of moderate chronic periodontitis. The study included 30 patients aged between 33 and 75 years, of which 46.7% women and 53.3% men, diagnosed with moderate and, at some sites, severe periodontitis. They were treated with non-surgical periodontal therapy methods (scaling and root planning and curettage if indicated). Additionally, chemical plaque control with rinse water containing chlorhexidine was applied. The diagnostic and reassessment procedures included measuring the periodontal indices of 601 periodontal units before and after the therapy. The indices measured were the papillary bleeding index (PBI), the hygiene index (HI), the probing pocket depth (PPD) and the clinical attachment level (CAL). Significant reduction of plaque and gingival inflammation was found in all treated patients; we also found a statistically significant reduction of periodontal pockets with clinically measured depth 5 mm did not show statistically significant lower incidence rates probably due to the initially small percentage of deep pockets in the patients studied. There was a statistically significant reduction of all sites with attachment loss, the highest significance found at sites where the attachment loss was greater than 5 mm. The results of the study suggest that nonsurgical periodontal therapy is effective in managing the moderate

  17. Soporte computacional para administración integrada de redes y servicios

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    José Nelson Pérez Castillo

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    Full Text Available Este artículo contextualiza la problemática actual de la administración de redes de comunicaciones considerando las profundas repercusiones, tanto de la internacionalización de la economía como del ritmo impetuoso del avance tecnológico sobre el sector teleinformático y la calidad en la prestación de los servicios de comunicaciones. Reseña someramente las actividades de los distintos frentes de estandarización; en particular la ISO, la ITU- T y la Internet. Se muestran, entonces, las características del soporte computacional para el desarrollo de aplicaciones, señalando los servicios de comunicaciones, interfaz gráfica y bases de datos teniendo en cuenta la naturaleza distribuida de la administración de redes. Finalmente, se muestran los atributos generales de las herramientas de desarrollo disponibles en la actualidad.

  18. Laser therapy for periodontitis

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    Efanov, O. I.

    2001-04-01

    An investigation was made of applying pulsed (lambda) equals 0.89 micrometers laser radiation in the treatment for early diagnosed periodontitis. The investigation was made on 65 patients (47 patients constituted the experimental group and 18 patients constituted a control group) affected by periodontitis. Clinical and functional tests revealed that laser therapy produced a string effect on the course of the illness. It reduced bleeding, inflammation, and pruritus. However, it did not produce an affect on electroexcitation. Biomicroscopic examinations and periodontium rheography revealed that the gingival blood flow became normal after the course of laser therapy. The capillary permeability and venous congestion decreased, which was confirmed by the increased time of vacuum tests, raised gingival temperature, reduced tissue clearance, and increased oxygen tension. Apart from that, laser therapy subsided fibrinolysis, proteolytic tissue activity, and decreased the exudative inflammation of periodontium.

  19. Revisión de las clasificaciones documentales basadas en el soporte

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    Rodríguez Bravo, Blanca

    2002-03-01

    Full Text Available Starting from the consideration of the document from a structural point of view, as support carrier of a message, we explain the diverse approaches to systematize the document, particularly considering the documentary classifications regarding the support carrier and the message transmission media. We conclude there is a need to revise these classifications due to the introduction of the digital document in the informative scene. The main opposition at present is not that between book and non-book materials, textual or non- textual documents, but that between analogic and digital documents. The differences between the latter are studied, and finally a new typology and classification are proposed.

    Partiendo de la consideración del documento, desde un punto de vista estructural, como soporte portador de un mensaje, se abordan los diversos criterios sistematizadores que se han venido utilizando para tipificar el documento, para a continuación centrarse en dos de ellos: las tipologías documentales en función del soporte y en función del medio de transmisión del mensaje. Se concluye la necesidad de revisar estas clasificaciones debido a la introducción en el panorama documental del documento digital. La principal oposición no es ya la existente entre documentos librarios y no librarios, textuales o no textuales, sino la relativa a los documentos analógicos y digitales. Se estudian las principales diferencias entre ambos para terminar proponiendo nuevos criterios tipológicos y una clasificación.

  20. Probiotics and periodontal health

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    2011-01-01

    Periodontitis is one of the most common chronic inflammatory diseases. The etiology is clearly bacterial and a number of putative bacterial pathogens have been associated with the disease, including Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, Tannerella forsythus and Porphyromonas gingivalis. Comparatively, little attention has been paid to the identification of health-associated and potentially beneficial bacterial species that may reside in the gingival sulcus. Probiotic technology represents a ...

  1. Gene therapy in periodontics.

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    Chatterjee, Anirban; Singh, Nidhi; Saluja, Mini

    2013-03-01

    GENES are made of DNA - the code of life. They are made up of two types of base pair from different number of hydrogen bonds AT, GC which can be turned into instruction. Everyone inherits genes from their parents and passes them on in turn to their children. Every person's genes are different, and the changes in sequence determine the inherited differences between each of us. Some changes, usually in a single gene, may cause serious diseases. Gene therapy is 'the use of genes as medicine'. It involves the transfer of a therapeutic or working gene copy into specific cells of an individual in order to repair a faulty gene copy. Thus it may be used to replace a faulty gene, or to introduce a new gene whose function is to cure or to favorably modify the clinical course of a condition. It has a promising era in the field of periodontics. Gene therapy has been used as a mode of tissue engineering in periodontics. The tissue engineering approach reconstructs the natural target tissue by combining four elements namely: Scaffold, signaling molecules, cells and blood supply and thus can help in the reconstruction of damaged periodontium including cementum, gingival, periodontal ligament and bone.

  2. Osteoporosis and Periodontitis.

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    Wang, Chin-Wei Jeff; McCauley, Laurie K

    2016-12-01

    Osteoporosis and periodontitis are both diseases characterized by bone resorption. Osteoporosis features systemic degenerative bone loss that leads to loss of skeletal cancellous microstructure and subsequent fracture, whereas periodontitis involves local inflammatory bone loss, following an infectious breach of the alveolar cortical bone, and it may result in tooth loss. Most cross-sectional studies have confirmed the association of osteoporosis and periodontitis primarily on radiographic measurements and to a lesser degree on clinical parameters. Multiple shared risk factors include age, genetics, hormonal change, smoking, as well as calcium and vitamin D deficiency. Both diseases could also be risk factors for each other and have a mutual impact that requires concomitant management. Suggested mechanisms underlying the linkage are disruption of the homeostasis concerning bone remodeling, hormonal balance, and inflammation resolution. A mutual interventional approach is emerging with complex treatment interactions. Prevention and management of both diseases require interdisciplinary approaches and warrants future well-controlled longitudinal and interventional studies for evidence-based clinical guidelines.

  3. Microbiological characteristics of subgingival microbiota in adult periodontitis, localized juvenile periodontitis and rapidly progressive periodontitis subjects.

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    Nonnenmacher, C; Mutters, R; de Jacoby, L F

    2001-04-01

    To describe the prevalence of the cultivable subgingival microbiota in periodontal diseases and to draw attention to the polymicrobial nature of periodontic infections. The study population consisted of 95 patients, 51 females and 44 males, aged 14-62 years. Twenty-nine patients exhibited adult periodontitis (AP), six localized juvenile periodontitis (LJP), and 60 rapidly progressive periodontitis (RPP). Two to four pooled bacterial samples were obtained from each patient. Samples were collected with sterile paper points from the deepest periodontal pockets. The samples were cultured under anaerobic and microaerophilic conditions using selective and non-selective media. Isolates were characterized to species level by conventional biochemical tests and by a commercial rapid test system. Prevotella intermedia and Capnocytophaga spp. were the most frequently detected microorganisms in all diagnostic groups. Porphyromonas gingivalis and Peptostreptococcus micros were found more frequently in AP and RPP patients, while Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans and Eikenella corrodens were associated with AP, LJP and RPP patients. The other bacterial species, including Actinomyces spp., Streptococcus spp. and Eubacterium spp., were detected at different levels in the three disease groups. The data show the complexity of the subgingival microbiota associated with different periodontal disease groups, indicating that the detection frequency and levels of recovery of some periodontal pathogens are different in teeth affected by different forms of periodontal disease.

  4. Las Cortes y el gobierno de la oligarquía, 1430-1432: los fundamentos de un nuevo soporte institucional

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    Vicente Ángel Álvarez Palenzuela

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available Finalizada la guerra con Aragón y Navarra se forma en Castilla un grupo oligárquico que controlará el poder en Castilla en los próximos años. Las Cortes plantean numerosas peticiones para hacer frente a los daños y resolver los graves problemas causados por la guerra; sus consecuencias y los proyectos del equipo gobernante obligan a las ciudades a hacer frente a una pesada carga fiscal. En esas circunstancias los procuradores tratan de defender los intereses de sus ciudades, corregir abusos y corrupciones y, sobre todo, recomponer el reino, recuperar el orden y construir los fundamentos de un verdadero soporte institucional.Once the war with Aragon and Navarre had concluded, an oligarchic group was created to control Castilian politics for the following years. The Cortes (the Castilian parliament issued several petitions to settle damages and resolve serious problems caused by the war. The ensuing consequences of the conflict and the new project of the governing clique forced a heavy tax burden onto the cities. Under these circumstances, parliamentary representatives attempted to defend the interests of the cities, correct abuses and corruption and, above all, rebuild the kingdom, impose order and establish the foundations for an authentic institutional framework.

  5. Propuesta de gestión del servicio de soporte al cliente final en empresas proveedoras de servicios de telecomunicaciones, basada en ITIL v3

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    Loza Aguirre, Edison Fernando; Roa Marín, Henry; Samaniego, Cesar Gustavo

    2010-01-01

    El presente trabajo es una propuesta teórica de gestión de los procesos de soporte al cliente final en empresas proveedoras de servicios de telecomunicaciones. Primero, se analiza el uso de buenas prácticas y marcos referenciales de gestión de IT en el sector de las telecomunicaciones del Ecuador. A continuación, se describen los procesos involucrados en el soporte al cliente final y se desarrolla una propuesta de gestión del servicio de soporte tomando como base el marco referencial ITILv3....

  6. Centipeda periodontii in human periodontitis

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    Rams, Thomas E.; Hawley, Charles E.; Whitaker, Eugene J.; Degener, John E.; van Winkelhoff, Arie J.

    This study assessed the subgingival occurrence of the flagellated, Gram-negative, anaerobic rod Centipeda periodontii in chronic periodontitis and periodontal health/gingivitis with species-specific nucleic acid probes, and evaluated the in vitro resistance of subgingival isolates to therapeutic

  7. Enfermedad periodontal en pacientes infectados por el VIH

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    Caridad Nazco Ríos

    2002-04-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó un estudio epidemiológico descriptivo transversal en 22 pacientes seropositivos al VIH ingresados en el Sanatorio Provincial de Villa Clara, con el propósito de determinar la prevalencia y gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal, su relación con las etapas clínicas de la infección por el VIH, la población linfocitaria, la higiene bucal y las infecciones agudas del grupo estudiado. El mayor número de pacientes pertenecían al grupo de edades de 20 a 29 años y el sexo masculino fue el más encontrado; la prevalencia de la enfermedad periodontal fue del 100 %, la destrucción avanzada la lesión más severa (13,6 % en pacientes del grupo II de la enfermedad por VIH, y la gingivitis con bolsa la más frecuente (86,45 %. La higiene bucal fue deficiente en todos los examinados. La estomatitis aftosa fue la infección aguda más frecuente. No se encontraron formas de enfermedad periodontal asociadas con el VIH. La cifra de inmunocompetentes alcanzó el 68,2 % y el 31,8 % presentó una inmunodepresión leve.An epidemiological descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out among 22 HIV seropositive patients admitted at the Provincial Sanatorium of Villa Clara aimed at determining the prevalence and severity of the periodontal disease, its relationship with the clinical stages of the HIV infection, the lymphocitary population, the oral hygiene and the acute infections of the studied group. Most of the patients were between 20 and 29 years old; whereas males were the most affected. There was a prevalence of the periodontal disease of 100 %. The advanced destruction was the most serious lesion (13.6 % in patients from the group II of the disease caused by HIV and the gingivitis with pocket was the most common (86.45 %. Oral hygiene was deficient in all individuals that were examined. The aphthous stomatitis was the most frequent acute infection. There were no forms of periodontal diseases associated with HIV. The figure of

  8. Optimización topológica y fabricación aditiva de un soporte aeronáutico mediante sinterizado láser de acero inoxidable 15-5PH

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    Marchal Montes, Álvaro

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    El objetivo de este trabajó será la aplicación de la optimización topológica a un soporte usado en el sector aeronáutico para reducir su masa que posteriormente se fabricará mediante fabricación aditiva con tecnología DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) en acero inoxidable 15-5PH. Para llegar a una buena optimización topológica será necesario estudiar todos los caminos de optimización posibles hasta llegar a una correcta mediante softwares adecuados además de adaptarla a la fabricación ad...

  9. Evaluation of the different supported bifunctional electrocatalysts for unified regenerative cells; Evaluacion de diferentes soportes de electrocatalizadores bifuncionales para celdas regenerativas unificadas

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    Gurrola, M. P.; Torres-Amaya, D. S.; Duron-Torres, S. M.; Escalante-Garcia, I. L. [Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, Unidad Academica de Ciencias Quimicas, Zacatecas (Mexico)]. E-mail: duronsm@prodigy.net.mx; Arriaga-Hurtado, L.G. [Centro de Investigacion y Desarrollo Tecnologico en Electroquimica, Pedro Escobedo, Queretaro (Mexico)

    2009-09-15

    un solo dispositivo. Los retos de estos sistemas son aun mayores que en las celdas de combustible convencionales, siendo el problema tecnico mas apremiante, la optimizacion del electrodo de oxigeno. Los altos potenciales de operacion de estos dispositivos en el modo electrolizador, E >1.6 V vs. ENH, limitan el empleo de electrodos de Pt soportados en Vulcan. El Pt no es lo suficientemente electroactivo para catalizar la reaccion de evolucion de oxigeno (OER) y a estos potenciales los soportes basados en carbon sufren corrosion. Ademas de los estudios sobre materiales que funcionen como catalizadores bifuncionales, un importante numero de investigaciones se estan dirigiendo a la busqueda de nuevas matrices para su uso como soportes de electrocatalizadores para la OER y ORR{sup 1,2}. En este trabajo, se presentan los resultados preliminares obtenidos para el estudio cinetico de las reacciones de oxigeno, sobre diferentes mezclas de Pt con IrO{sub 2} y RuO{sub 2} soportados en diferentes formas de carbon y oxidos de titanio subestequiometricos. Los estudios se realizaron empleando voltamperometria ciclica (CV) y lineal (LV) para la OER y electrodo disco rotatorio (EDR) para la ORR en soluciones acuosas de H{sub 2}SO{sub 4} 0.5M. La tecnica de cronoamperometria (CA) proporciono informacion de la estabilidad electroquimica de los electrodos. Los resultados indican que los electrodos soportados en diferentes formas de carbon disminuyen paulatinamente su desempeno como consecuencia de la corrosion al realizar las reacciones de reduccion y formacion de oxigeno en ciclos consecutivos. Los oxidos de titanio, le confieren una mayor estabilidad a electrodos construidos sobre ese material, significando que pudieran representar un potencial como soporte para electrodos de oxigeno basados en mezclas de Pt, IrO{sub 2} y RuO{sub 2} como electrocatalizadores bifuncionales para las URFC.

  10. Common periodontal diseases of children and adolescents.

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    Al-Ghutaimel, Hayat; Riba, Hisham; Al-Kahtani, Salem; Al-Duhaimi, Saad

    2014-01-01

    Background. Since 2000, studies, experiments, and clinical observations revealed high prevalence of periodontal diseases among children and adolescents. Therefore, this paper was designed to provide an update for dental practitioners on epidemiology, microbiology, pathology, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal diseases in children and adolescents. Methods. This paper reviews the current literature concerning periodontal diseases in pediatric dentistry. It includes MEDLINE database search using key terms: "periodontal diseases in children," "Periodontal diseasesin adolescents," "periodontal diseases risk factors," "microbiology of periodontal diseases," "classification of periodontal diseases," "epidemiology of periodontal diseases," and "treatment of periodontal diseases." Articles were evaluated by title and/or abstract and relevance to pediatric dentistry. Sixty-five citations were selected by this method and by the references within the chosen articles. A review of the comprehensive textbooks on pediatric dentistry and periodontology was done. Some recommendations were based on the opinions of experienced researchers and clinicians, when data were inconclusive.

  11. El método de soporte Paideia en el hospital: la experiencia del Hospital de Clínicas de la Universidade Estadual de Campinas (HC-Unicamp

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    Adriano Massuda

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    Full Text Available Esta investigación analiza los cambios que se produjeron en un hospital universitario, en el que se utilizó como referencial el método de soporte Paideia. La experiencia se realizó en el marco de un curso de especialización en gestión hospitalaria ofrecido por el Departamento de Medicina Preventiva y Social y por la dirección del Hospital de Clínicas de la Universidade Estadual de Campinas (HC-Unicamp a personal de las áreas de docencia, asistencia y administración, y a coordinadores de servicios del hospital. Los resultados fueron analizados por triangulación de técnicas. Se observaron cambios en las prácticas de gestión, de atención y en la relación con el Sistema Único de Salud (SUS, especialmente en el primer aspecto. Se infiere que los cambios fueron influenciados tanto por el proyecto de la dirección del hospital, como por las actividades del curso. Se concluye que el método potenció y amplió el espectro de cambios en el hospital, en función de la perspectiva política y pedagógica de crear redes dialógicas en colectivos organizados, haciendo uso de un abordaje metodológico dialéctico problematizador de la praxis, con ofertas teórico-conceptuales aportadas por el soporte externo. Sin embargo, fue posible identificar límites en la aplicación del método en el hospital, originados, principalmente, en aspectos políticos, ideológicos, culturales y organizacionales.

  12. Evaluación de la fibroína de seda como biomaterial de soporte para el crecimiento de células mesenquimales estromales de pulpa dental

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    Lyda Caballero Mendez

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo. Evaluar la fibroína de la seda obtenida del gusano de seda Bombyx mori L como material de soporte para el crecimiento de células mesenquimales estromales de pulpa dental (CMPD. Métodos. La fibroína fue obtenida a partir de capullos de gusanos de seda Bombyx mori L criados en la Granja El Pílamo, propiedad de la Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira. Se realizaron procedimientos para obtención de películas de fibroína íntegras y resistentes a condiciones de cultivo. Las CMPD fueron obtenidas a partir de un donante de diente premolar, la pieza dental se cortó con disco de diamante para la obtención de la pulpa que fue sometida a disgregación enzimática. Las células obtenidas se subcultivaron hasta el segundo pase para después ser transferidas a cajas de cultivo que contenían películas de fibroína, se sometieron a condiciones inherentes al proceso de incubación con seguimiento de su crecimiento y viabilidad celular durante 27 días. Resultados. Al final del periodo de incubación, se observaron películas integras, estables y resistentes que permitieron el crecimiento celular. Conclusión. Se plantea el uso de la fibroína como un biopolímero natural que brinda un soporte mecánico, un microambiente óptimo y un mimetismo de la estructura organizacional de los tejidos, postulándose como un potencial biomaterial para procesos de crecimiento de células en Medicina Regenerativa basada en Ingeniería de Tejidos.

  13. Influencia de la diabetes mellitus sobre la evolución del paciente con enfermedad cerebrovascular y nutrición enteral por sonda

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    Coto García, Cristina

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    La Diabetes Mellitus juega un importante papel tanto en la patogenia como en el pronóstico de la enfermedad cerebrovascular. El ictus y las complicaciones que este conlleva conforman una entidad de elevada morbimortalidad. El soporte nutricional constituye un pilar importante a la hora tratar a los pacientes que han sufrido un ictus. Valorar si existe diferencia en estancia media hospitalaria, éxitus y complicaciones relacionadas con la nutrición entre aquellos pacientes con diabetes melli...

  14. Oral conditions, periodontal status and periodontal treatment need of chronic kidney disease patients

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    Modupeoluwa Omotunde Soroye

    2016-01-01

    Conclusion: Majority of the CKD patients reviewed had poor periodontal status with code 2 TN. We, therefore, recommend nonsurgical periodontal treatment for all CKD patients to improve their oral health and forestall the systemic effects of periodontal pathology.

  15. Porphyromonas gingivalis, Bacteroides forsythus and other putative periodontal pathogens in subjects with and without periodontal destruction

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    van Winkelhoff, AJ; Loos, BG; van der Reijden, WA; van der Velden, U

    Background and aims: Bacteria play an essential role in the pathogenesis of destructive periodontal disease. It has been suggested that not all bacteria associated with periodontitis may be normal inhabitants of a periodontally healthy dentition. In particular, Porphyromonas gingivalis and

  16. Antimicrobial profiles of periodontal pathogens isolated from periodontitis patients in the Netherlands and Spain

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    van Winkelhoff, AJ; Herrera, D; Oteo, A; Sanz, M

    Background and Aim: Antimicrobial resistance of periodontal pathogens towards currently used antibiotics in periodontics has been investigated in a previous study. Microbial resistance in the periodontal microflora was more frequently observed in Spanish patients in comparison with Dutch patients.

  17. Caracterización estructural y electroquímica de una membrana compuesta de TiO2 y de su soporte poroso basado en arcillas naturales

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    2004-02-01

    Full Text Available The manufacture and characterisation of an inorganic composite membrane (MC consisting of a thin layer of TiO2 (atanase phasedeposited on a porous support (SP obtained from natural clay has been carried out. Chemical and structural characterisations have been mainly made by X ray photoelectron spectroscopy and electronic microphotographs. An electrochemical characterisation of both MC and SP membranes has also been carried out by measuring membrane potential and electrical impedance with the membranes in contact with NaCl solutions at different concentrations. The results allow an estimation of structural parameters for the TiO2 sub-layer and they also show the weak anionic character of this sublayer with a cationic permeselectivity around 10%.Se ha fabricado y caracterizado una membrana inorgánica compuesta (MC consistente en una capa delgada de TiO2 (fase atanasa sobre un soporte poroso (SP obtenido a partir de arcillas naturales. La caracterización química y estructural se ha realizado, principalmente, a partir de los resultados de XPS y de microscopía electrónica de barrido. También se ha realizado una caracterización electroquímica de ambas membranas (MC y SP en contacto con disoluciones de NaCl a distintas concentraciones mediante medidas de espectrocopía de impedancias y potencial de membrana. Los resultados han permitido estimar parámetros geométricos de la capa de TiO2 y poner de manifiesto un carácter débilmente aniónico, con una permeselectividad catiónica del 10%.

  18. The roles of viruses in periodontal diseases

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    C C Azodo; P Erhabor

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    The roles of bacteria in the etiopathogenesis of periodontal disease are well-understand, but that of the virus found in the periodontal environment are poorly understood. The aim of this literature review was to report the roles of viruses in periodontal diseases. The roles of viruses in periodontal diseases were categorized into the role in disease etiology, role in the pathogenesis of periodontal diseases, role in diseases progression and role in response to treatment. Clearer understandin...

  19. Percepción del soporte social en cuidadores de niños en situación de enfermedad oncológica por lugar de pernoctación en una institución de salud de Bogotá, Colombia

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    Numpaque Gambasica, Oscar

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    El cuidador familiar de un niño con enfermedad oncológica enfrenta diversas eventualidades en su proceso; trámites administrativos, procedimientos diagnósticos invasivos, tratamiento, rehabilitación, traslados y toma de decisiones hacen parte de la cronicidad. El soporte social juega un papel importante como base fundamental en el cuidado, puesto que puede responder de manera positiva y oportuna en la travesía que experimenta el cuidador. Objetivo: Describir y comparar el so...

  20. Aplicación de la identidad visual corporativa: desarrollo de soportes de comunicación comercial para La Maquinista Valenciana

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    Calpe Ruano, R. (2010). Aplicación de la identidad visual corporativa: desarrollo de soportes de comunicación comercial para La Maquinista Valenciana. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/9915. Archivo delegado

  1. Coriocarcinoma con metástasis pulmonar

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    Vicia Sánchez Abalos

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Se presenta el caso clínico de una fémina de 44 años de edad, con 32 semanas de embarazo, la cual fuera ingresada en la Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos del Hospital General Docente "Dr. Juan Bruno Zayas Alfonso" de Santiago de Cuba, por presentar insuficiencia respiratoria aguda como consecuencia de una sepsis. La paciente fue tratada con cefalosporina de tercera generación y ventilación mecánica no invasiva, pero se mantuvieron las características gasométricas de hipoxemia y una mala reacción terapéutica, por lo que se requirió instrumentación de las vías respiratorias y soporte hemodinámico, sin lograr regresión del cuadro clínico, lo cual condujo a un paro cardiorrespiratorio y, con ello, a la muerte. La necropsia mostró un coriocarcinoma del endometrio con metástasis pulmonar

  2. NECESIDADES DE TRATAMIENTO PERIODONTAL EN UNA POBLACIÓN DE PACIENTES FUMADORES JÓVENES

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    Jenny Hortencia Fuentes Sánchez

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available El tabaquismo como factor de riesgo en enfermedad periodontal ha sido evaluado durante muchos años, encontrándose una relación directa. Se realizó un estudio descriptivo, con el objetivo de determinar la necesidad de tratamiento periodontal de una población de adultos jóvenes fumadores que ingresa a primer semestre de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. En el examen odontológico, se seleccionaron  adultos jóvenes fumadores y  adultos jóvenes no fumadores. Así mismo, se realizo el examen clínico periodontal con base en el Índice de Necesidad de Tratamiento Periodontal de las Comunidades. El total de los adultos jóvenes que participaron en el estudio fueron ciento treinta y nueve. Entre ellos encontramos setenta adultos jóvenes fumadores y sesenta y nueve adultos jóvenes no fumadores.  Al evaluar las Necesidades de Tratamiento en el grupo  fumadores encontramos que 86% presenta NT: 2 ,9% presenta  NT: 3 ,4% presenta  NT: 1 ,1% presenta NT: 0. Al evaluar las Necesidades de Tratamiento Periodontal en el grupo de no fumadores, encontramos que el 86% presenta NT: 2; 14% presenta NT: 1. En la necesidad de tratamiento de los adultos jóvenes fumadores, el 86% (NT: 2 presenta necesidad en educación en higiene oral y terapia básica periodontal (raspaje y alisado radicular, pulido coronal. Al evaluar el Índice de Necesidades de Tratamiento se observó, una diferencia estadísticamente significativa en adultos jóvenes fumadores que en no fumadores; ya que presentan un compromiso periodontal mayor. Esto demuestra la relación entre el hábito de tabaquismo y la presencia de enfermedad periodontal en adultos jóvenes fumadores.

  3. Molecular diagnostics of periodontitis.

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    Korona-Głowniak, Izabela; Siwiec, Radosław; Berger, Marcin; Malm, Anna; Szymańska, Jolanta

    2017-01-28

    The microorganisms that form dental plaque are the main cause of periodontitis. Their identification and the understanding of the complex relationships and interactions that involve these microorganisms, environmental factors and the host's health status enable improvement in diagnostics and targeted therapy in patients with periodontitis. To this end, molecular diagnostics techniques (both techniques based on the polymerase chain reaction and those involving nucleic acid analysis via hybridization) come increasingly into use. On the basis of a literature review, the following methods are presented: polymerase chain reaction (PCR), real-time polymerase chain reaction (real-time PCR), 16S rRNA-encoding gene sequencing, checkerboard and reverse-capture checkerboard hybridization, microarrays, denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE), temperature gradient gel electrophoresis (TGGE), as well as terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (TRFLP) and next generation sequencing (NGS). The advantages and drawbacks of each method in the examination of periopathogens are indicated. The techniques listed above allow fast detection of even small quantities of pathogen present in diagnostic material and prove particularly useful to detect microorganisms that are difficult or impossible to grow in a laboratory.

  4. Molecular diagnostics of periodontitis

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    Izabela Korona-Głowniak

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available The microorganisms that form dental plaque are the main cause of periodontitis. Their identification and the understanding of the complex relationships and interactions that involve these microorganisms, environmental factors and the host’s health status enable improvement in diagnostics and targeted therapy in patients with periodontitis. To this end, molecular diagnostics techniques (both techniques based on the polymerase chain reaction and those involving nucleic acid analysis via hybridization come increasingly into use. On the basis of a literature review, the following methods are presented: polymerase chain reaction (PCR, real-time polymerase chain reaction (real-time PCR, 16S rRNA-encoding gene sequencing, checkerboard and reverse-capture checkerboard hybridization, microarrays, denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE, temperature gradient gel electrophoresis (TGGE, as well as terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (TRFLP and next generation sequencing (NGS. The advantages and drawbacks of each method in the examination of periopathogens are indicated. The techniques listed above allow fast detection of even small quantities of pathogen present in diagnostic material and prove particularly useful to detect microorganisms that are difficult or impossible to grow in a laboratory.

  5. Impact of Periodontitis Case Criteria

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    Kongstad, Johanne; Enevold, Christian; Christensen, Lisa Bøge

    2017-01-01

    of The Danish Health Examination Survey (DANHES). METHODS: A total of 4,402 adults aged 18-96 years from the general health examination of DANHES had a periodontal examination consisting of half-mouth registration at 6 sites per tooth including probing pocket depth (PPD) and clinical attachment level (CAL......). Periodontitis was defined according to severe periodontitis, EWP-specific, meanCAL≥2.55mm, CAL-tertile, and PPD-CAL definition. Multivariable logistic regression models fitted the association of age, gender, smoking status, diabetes, educational level, alcohol consumption, body mass index, physical activity...

  6. Orthodontic–periodontics interdisciplinary approach

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    Vinod, K.; Reddy, Y. Giridhar; Reddy, Vinay P.; Nandan, Hemant; Sharma, Meenakshi

    2012-01-01

    In this present era, when a significant number of patients seeking orthodontic treatment are adults, importance of multidisciplinary treatment approach cannot be overemphasized. Higher susceptibility of plaque accumulation in patients undergoing orthodontic treatment makes involvement of periodontist almost unavoidable. Also, orthodontic treatment frequently results in undesirable periodontal changes which require immediate attention. More recently, orthodontics has been used as an adjunct to periodontics to increase connective tissue support and alveolar bone height. The purpose of this article is to review the adverse effects of orthodontic treatment on the periodontal tissues and to discuss the mutually beneficial relationship shared between the two specialties. PMID:22628956

  7. Desarrollo de un Sensor Virtual basado en Modelo NARMAX y Máquina de Vectores de Soporte para Molienda Semiautógena

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    Gonzalo Acuña

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: La estimación de estados, en procesos complejos como el proceso de molienda semiautógena (SAG en la minería del cobre, es una tarea difícil debido a las dificultades para medir directamente ciertas variables relevantes en línea y tiempo real. En este trabajo se amplía una comparación, iniciada en trabajos anteriores de estos mismos autores, entre modelos dinámicos NARX y NARMAX construidos con el uso de Redes Neuronales Artificiales (RNA y Máquinas de Vectores de Soporte (SVM, cuando actúan como estimadores de una de las variables de estado más importantes para la operación de molienda SAG. Para lograr esta comparación se propone una metodología simple y original para desarrollar modelos NARMAX confeccionados con SVM. Los resultados muestran la potencia predictiva de los modelos NARMAX, que incorporan los errores de predicción en tiempos anteriores para predecir la evolución futura del proceso y la ventaja de aquellos elaborados mediante SVM por sobre los confeccionados con RNA. NARMAX-SVM presenta un MSE significativamente inferior al de todos los otros modelos. En términos del proceso de molienda, se proporciona una herramienta útil para la estimación en línea y tiempo real de una variable que permite controlar y optimizar el proceso y que no puede ser medida mediante instrumentos fácilmente disponibles. Abstract: State estimation in complex processes such as the semi- autogenous grinding process (SAG in copper mining is an important and difficult task due to difficulties for real-time and on-line measuring of some relevant process variables. This paper extends a comparison, initiated in previous work of the same authors, between NARX and NARMAX dynamic models built using Artificial Neural Networks (ANN and Support Vector Machines (SVM, when acting as estimators of one of the most important state variables for SAG milling operation. To accomplish this comparison we propose a simple and original methodology to

  8. Sangramiento gingival y flora bacteriana en la gingivitis y la periodontitis

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    Iriam Baldemira Rodríguez

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    Full Text Available Se estudiaron 30 sitios o áreas periodontales que presentaban gingivitis y 30 con periodontitis, con el objetivo de determinar la relación existente entre el sangramiento gingival y la flora microbiana presente en la gingivitis y la periodontitis. Los pacientes seleccionados no presentaban antecedentes de enfermedad general y no habían recibido medicación antimicrobiana ni tratamiento periodontal en los útimos 6 meses; en el caso de las mujeres, no podían estar embarazadas. En los dientes seleccionados se procedió a tomar la muestra cumpliendo con los requisitos establecidos; luego se examinó inmediatamente en el microscopio de campo oscuro. Los resultados obtenidos indican que no hubo relación entre los morfotipos microbianos y los diferentes valores del índice de sangramiento gingival.Thirty periodontal sites presenting with gingivitis and 30 with periodontitis were studied with the aim of determining the relation between gingival bleeding and microflora present in gingivitis and periodontitis. Patients selected for the study did not present with a history of systemic diseases and received neither antimicrobial medication nor periodontal treatment during the last 6 months, in the case of women it was required that they were not pregnant. The sample was taken in the teeth chosen in compliance with the requirements established; then the sample was immediately examined in the dark field microscope. Results obtained suggest that there was no relationship between microbial morphological types and the different values of the gingival bleeding index.

  9. Periodontal disease, periodontal treatment and systemic nitric oxide in dogs.

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    Nemec, A; Verstraete, F J M; Jerin, A; Šentjurc, M; Kass, P H; Petelin, M; Pavlica, Z

    2013-06-01

    Thirty-two client-owned dogs treated for periodontal disease were divided in group 1 if no periodontitis, group 2 if ≤25%, and group 3 if >25% of the teeth present were affected with periodontitis. Blood was tested before and 2 weeks after periodontal therapy for nitrosyl hemoglobin (HbNO), plasma nitrite/nitrate (NOx) and 3-nitrotyrosine (NT) levels. No HbNO was detected in any of the animals tested. There was no significant difference in the NOx plasma levels within each group or across the groups before and after the treatment, but a noticeable increase in NOx plasma levels was observed in group 3 after the treatment. Plasma NT was detected in only one third of the animals. NO levels varied greatly across individual dogs. The data are suggestive of an overall increase in systemic NO response 2 weeks after periodontal treatment in dogs with advanced periodontal disease, but the response is greatly individually-dependent. Copyright © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  10. Inquiry Teaching in Clinical Periodontics.

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    Heins, Paul J.; Mackenzie, Richard S.

    1987-01-01

    An adaptation of the inquiry method of teaching, which develops skills of information retrieval and reasoning through systematic questioning by the teacher, is proposed for instruction in clinical periodontics. (MSE)

  11. Using risk assessment in periodontics.

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    Woodman, Alan J

    2014-08-01

    Risk assessment has become a regular feature in both dental practice and society as a whole, and principles used to assess risk in society are similar to those used in a clinical setting. Although the concept of risk assessment as a prognostic indicator for periodontal disease incidence and activity is well established in the management of periodontitis, the use of risk assessment to manage the practical treatment of periodontitis and its sequelae appears to have less foundation. A simple system of initial risk assessment - building on the use of the Basic Periodontal Examination (BPE), clinical, medical and social factors - is described, linked to protocols for delivering care suited to general dental practice and stressing the role of long-term supportive care. The risks of not treating the patient are considered, together with the possible causes of failure, and the problems of successful treatment are illustrated by the practical management of post-treatment recession.

  12. Periodontal tissue damage in smokers

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    Hutojo Djajakusuma

    2006-09-01

    Full Text Available Dental plaque is the primary etiological factor in periodontal diseases. However, there are many factors that can modify how an individual periodontal tissue will respond to the accumulation of dental plaque. Among such risk factors, there is increasing evidence that smoking tobacco products alters the expression and rate of progression of periodontal diseases. The aim of this study was to find out the loss of periodontal tissue adhesion in smokers by measuring pocket depth using probe, and by measuring alveolar bone damage using Bone Loss Score (BLS radiographic methods on teeth 12, 11, 21, 22, 32, 31, 41, 42. Based on T Test statistical analysis, there were significant differences in pocket depth damage of alveolar bone in smokers and non smokers. In conclusion there were increasing pocket depth and alveolar bone damage in smokers.

  13. Periodontal disease and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

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    Shub, Alexis; Swain, Jonathan R; Newnham, John P

    2006-09-01

    Periodontal disease is a common infectious disease in women of reproductive age. The disease is often not diagnosed and in studies of over 10 000 women has been associated with preterm birth, small for gestational age newborns, and preeclampsia. It has been shown in a smaller number of women that treatment of periodontal disease may reduce the rate of preterm birth. The pregnancy complications of periodontal disease may be due to lipopolysaccharide from the periodontal pockets inciting prostaglandin pathways controlling parturition. Three large randomized controlled trials of treatment of periodontal disease are underway and may provide confirmation of the importance of periodontal disease in causing complications of pregnancy.

  14. Periodontal profile classes predict periodontal disease progression and tooth loss.

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    Morelli, Thiago; Moss, Kevin L; Preisser, John S; Beck, James D; Divaris, Kimon; Wu, Di; Offenbacher, Steven

    2018-02-01

    Current periodontal disease taxonomies have limited utility for predicting disease progression and tooth loss; in fact, tooth loss itself can undermine precise person-level periodontal disease classifications. To overcome this limitation, the current group recently introduced a novel patient stratification system using latent class analyses of clinical parameters, including patterns of missing teeth. This investigation sought to determine the clinical utility of the Periodontal Profile Classes and Tooth Profile Classes (PPC/TPC) taxonomy for risk assessment, specifically for predicting periodontal disease progression and incident tooth loss. The analytic sample comprised 4,682 adult participants of two prospective cohort studies (Dental Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study and Piedmont Dental Study) with information on periodontal disease progression and incident tooth loss. The PPC/TPC taxonomy includes seven distinct PPCs (person-level disease pattern and severity) and seven TPCs (tooth-level disease). Logistic regression modeling was used to estimate relative risks (RR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) for the association of these latent classes with disease progression and incident tooth loss, adjusting for examination center, race, sex, age, diabetes, and smoking. To obtain personalized outcome propensities, risk estimates associated with each participant's PPC and TPC were combined into person-level composite risk scores (Index of Periodontal Risk [IPR]). Individuals in two PPCs (PPC-G: Severe Disease and PPC-D: Tooth Loss) had the highest tooth loss risk (RR = 3.6; 95% CI = 2.6 to 5.0 and RR = 3.8; 95% CI = 2.9 to 5.1, respectively). PPC-G also had the highest risk for periodontitis progression (RR = 5.7; 95% CI = 2.2 to 14.7). Personalized IPR scores were positively associated with both periodontitis progression and tooth loss. These findings, upon additional validation, suggest that the periodontal/tooth profile classes and the derived

  15. Periodontal and hematological characteristics associated with aggressive periodontitis, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis

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    Poulsen, Anne Havemose; Westergaard, Jytte; Stoltze, Kaj

    2006-01-01

    Periodontitis shares several clinical and pathogenic characteristics with chronic arthritis, and there is some degree of coexistence. The aims of this study were to elucidate whether patients with localized aggressive periodontitis (LAgP), generalized aggressive periodontitis (GAgP), juvenile...... idiopathic arthritis (JIA), and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) share periodontal and hematological characteristics distinguishing them from individuals free of diseases....

  16. Diabetes Mellitus II: la importancia de las redes de apoyo como soporte al padecimiento (Diabetes Mellitus II: the importance of support networks to support the suffering

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    Guadalupe Cartas-Fuentevilla

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo. Comprender el papel de la formación de redes de apoyo familiares, institucionales y de amigos en las mujeres diabéticas que acuden al Centro de Salud y al Club de Diabéticos de San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, en el proceso de salud-enfermedad-atención de la diabetes mellitus II. Metodología. Estudio cualitativo de corte etnográfico; los datos se obtuvieron a través de grupos focales y entrevistas a profundidad a partir del análisis de casos en cuatro mujeres diabéticas. Resultados. Las redes institucionales constituyen la principal estrategia de atención, control y búsqueda de alivio por parte de nuestras informantes. Las mujeres se autoperciben más valoradas en el Club que dentro de su grupo familiar debido a que se sienten identificadas y comprendidas por los demás enfermos generando un proceso identitario en torno a su condición de diabéticas. En los casos en que no se tiene el apoyo familiar requerido, ese vacío de solidaridad es cubierto por las amistades. Conclusiones. La red más fuerte y con mayor soporte es la institucional ya que a través de esta han aprendido a re-conocer su padecimiento, a resignificarlo mediante un proceso de transacción entre el discurso de la biomedicina y lo saberes de sentido común compartidos por otras y otros enfermos. La medicina institucional, a través del Centro de Salud y el Club de Diabéticos de San Cristóbal, ha logrado generar confianza y calidez en la relación médico-paciente favoreciendo la recuperación, control y alivio de su padecimiento.

  17. Periodontal changes following molar intrusion with miniscrews

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    Shahin Bayani

    2015-01-01

    Conclusion: Within the limitations of this study, these results suggest that not only periodontal status was not negatively affected by intrusion, but also there were signs of periodontal improvement including attachment gain and shortening of clinical crown height.

  18. Recording and surveillance systems for periodontal diseases

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    Beltrán-Aguilar, Eugenio D; Eke, Paul I; Thornton-Evans, Gina

    2012-01-01

    This paper describes tools used to measure periodontal diseases and the integration of these tools into surveillance systems. Tools to measure periodontal diseases at the surveillance level have focussed on current manifestations of disease (e.g. gingival inflammation) or disease sequelae (e.......g. periodontal pocket depth or loss of attachment). All tools reviewed in this paper were developed based on the state of the science of the pathophysiology of periodontal disease at the time of their design and the need to provide valid and reliable measurements of the presence and severity of periodontal...... diseases. Therefore, some of these tools are no longer valid. Others, such as loss of periodontal attachment, are the current de-facto tools but demand many resources to undertake periodical assessment of the periodontal health of populations. Less complex tools such as the Community Periodontal Index...

  19. Periodontal microsurgery: Reaching new heights of precision

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    Yadav, Vikender Singh; Salaria, Sanjeev Kumar; Bhatia, Anu; Yadav, Renu

    2018-01-01

    The use of magnification to perform various procedures in medical and dental field, particularly endodontics has long been recognized. Unfortunately, its application in periodontics is not widely popularized. The objective of this article is to emphasize the application of microsurgical principles in various periodontal surgical procedures and to reinforce the incorporation of microscope into periodontal practice. The most recent periodontal journals were reviewed and a search of databases such as PubMed or Medline and Google Scholar was conducted for relevant material from published literature up to 2017. Medical Subject Headings words looked for were “periodontal microsurgery” and “minimally invasive periodontal surgery.” The available literature, specifically to periodontal surgical procedures was analyzed and compiled. The analysis indicates that incorporation of magnification in periodontal practice is associated with improved visual acuity, ergonomic benefits, decreased patient morbidity, rapid healing, and enhanced patient acceptance. PMID:29568165

  20. Influencia del consumo de cannabis en la enfermedad periodontal: una Scoping Review

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    Matias Mederos

    Full Text Available Resumen: Recientes publicaciones plantean la posible asociación del cannabis (Cannabis sativa con el desarrollo de la periodontitis. Objetivo: Analizar la influencia del consumo de cannabis en la enfermedad periodontal, relevando la evidencia disponible e identificando las variables asociadas en los estudios . Material y método: se realizó una Scoping Review a partir de una búsqueda estructurada en PubMed/ MEDLINE, Science Direct, LILACS, SciELO hasta mayo de 2017 . Resultados: Estudios “In vivo” mostraron una mayor pérdida ósea en animales expuestos a Cannabis. Los casos clínicos muestran que el uso crónico de cannabis puede resultar en agrandamientos gingivales y periodontitis crónica severa localizada. Los estudios epidemiológicos demuestran una asociación estadística entre Cannabis y periodontitis. Conclusiones: El consumo del Cannabis parece estar asociado con una mayor presencia de periodontitis. Sin embargo, se desconoce el mecanismo específico por el cual actúa en los tejidos gingivales.

  1. Role of periodontal pathogenic bacteria in RANKL-mediated bone destruction in periodontal disease

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    Mikihito Kajiya; Gabriela Giro; Martin A. Taubman; Xiaozhe Han; Marcia P.A. Mayer; Toshihisa Kawai

    2010-01-01

    Accumulated lines of evidence suggest that hyperimmune responses to periodontal bacteria result in the destruction of periodontal connective tissue and alveolar bone. The etiological roles of periodontal bacteria in the onset and progression of periodontal disease (PD) are well documented. However, the mechanism underlying the engagement of periodontal bacteria in RANKL-mediated alveolar bone resorption remains unclear. Therefore, this review article addresses three critical subjects. First, ...

  2. Periodontitis and increase in circulating oxidative stress

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    Takaaki Tomofuji; Koichiro Irie; Toshihiro Sanbe; Tetsuji Azuma; Daisuke Ekuni; Naofumi Tamaki; Tatsuo Yamamoto; Manabu Morita

    2009-01-01

    Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are products of normal cellular metabolism. However, excessive production of ROS oxidizes DNA, lipids and proteins, inducing tissue damage. Studies have shown that periodontitis induces excessive ROS production in periodontal tissue. When periodontitis develops, ROS produced in the periodontal lesion diffuse into the blood stream, resulting in the oxidation of blood molecules (circulating oxidative stress). Such oxidation may be detrimental to systemic health. Fo...

  3. Periodontal diseases in children and adolescents.

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    Clerehugh, V

    2008-04-26

    Unlike in adults, currently there are no nationally agreed guidelines for the assessment of periodontal diseases in children and adolescents. This paper considers the range of periodontal diseases that can affect youngsters and documents a simple periodontal screening system for the younger age groups. It includes principles of periodontal diagnosis and management for the practitioner to apply to the young patient and considers when to treat in practice and when to refer to a specialist.

  4. Evaluación periodontal de pacientes portadores de diabetes mellitus Periodontal evaluation of patients with diabetes mellitus.

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    Carlos Rogério Ribeiro Fontanini

    2006-08-01

    Full Text Available Los portadores de diabetes mellitus presentan manifestaciones sistémicas que pueden interferir en la atención odontológica. El riesgo de periodontitis aumenta cuando el paciente está descompensado metabólicamente. El objetivo de nuestra investigación fue evaluar las condiciones periodontales relacionadas en pacientes con diabetes mellitus. Se examinaron 57 pacientes portadores de diabetes. Las condiciones periodontales fueron evaluadas por el índice CPITN. Se constató un inadecuado control metabólico, pues 38 pacientes (66,67 % se encontraban con niveles glicémicos alterados. Se evaluaron en total 342 sextantes y 49 fueron considerados válidos para examen. Los códigos 0 y 1 estuvieron representados por un paciente cada uno; el código 2 fue observado en 11 sextantes examinados; el código 3 en 18 y el código 4 en 22 de estos. Concluimos que la enfermedad periodontal es muy severa en diabéticos. En función de las manifestaciones bucales encontradas en esos pacientes, podemos sugerir que individuos portadores de diabetes mellitus representan un grupo especial que requiere medidas odontológicas preventivas y terapéuticas específicas.Diabetes mellitus carriers show systemic manifestations that may interfere with odontological care. The risk of periodontitis increases with metabolic decompensation of a patient. The objective of our research work was to evaluate the periodontal condition in patients with diabetes mellitus. Fifty seven diabetic patients were examined. CPITN index served to assess the periodontal conditions. It was established that metabolic control was inadequate since 38 patients (66,67% presented with altered glycemic levels. Three hundred and forty two sextants were assessed, 49 of which were considered valid for test. Codes 0 and 1 were represented by one patient each; code 2 was observed in 11 analyzed sextants; code 3 in 18 and code 4 in 22. We concluded that periodontal disease is very severe in diabetics

  5. La enfermedad periodontal como riesgo de enfermedades sistémicas The periodontal disease as a risk for systemic diseases

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    Maritza Peña Sisto

    2008-03-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó una revisión bibliográfica exhaustiva acerca de la presencia de enfermedad periodontal como factor de riesgo asociado con diversas enfermedades sistémicas. Algunos autores han propuesto el nacimiento de la medicina periodontal, como nueva disciplina, para explicar estas asociaciones. Las evidencias que emergieron en el último decenio arrojaron luz sobre el lado inverso de la relación entre salud general y salud bucal, o sea, los efectos potenciales de la enfermedad periodontal sobre una amplia variedad de sistemas de órganos. En los últimos años han surgido numerosos informes basados en estudios epidemiológicos en los que las infecciones buco-dentales se asocian con enfermedades sistémicas, entre ellas alteraciones cerebrovasculares, respiratorias, diabetes mellitus y resultados adversos del embarazo, debido a los lipopolisacáridos, las bacterias gramnegativas viables del biofilm y citoquinas proinflamatorias que pueden ingresar al torrente sanguíneo e influir en la salud general y susceptibilidad a ciertas enfermedades. Se reúnen los modelos de interacción y mecanismos propuestos, además de evidencias que sustentan las teorías proclamadas, prestando especial interés a la causalidad entre ambos procesos.An exhaustive bibliographic review of the presence of the periodontal disease as a risk factor associated with diverse systemic diseases was made. Some authors have proposed the emergence of periodontal medicine as a new discipline to explain these associations. The evidences that appeared in the last decade shed light on the opposite side of the relation between general health and oral health, that is, the potential effects of the periodontal diseases on a wide range of organ systems. In the last years, several reports have been based on epidemiological studies in which the oro-dental diseases are associated with systemic diseases, such as cerebrovascular and respiratory disorders, diabetes mellitus and adverse

  6. Asistencia miocárdica con matrices bioartificiales

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    Jorge C. Trainini

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de la cardiomioplastia celular es regenerar el miocardio mediante el implante de células vivas. Sin embargo, en corazones isquémicos hay alteraciones en la matriz extracelular. El colágeno tipo I, responsable del soporte estructural, disminuye desde el 80% al 40%, mientras que el colágeno tipo III aumenta del 10% al 35%. De esta manera, se hace importante asociar las células implantadas con una matriz extracelular bioartificial. El propósito de esta revisión es evaluar la performance de las células junto con una matriz biodegradable ubicadas en la superficie ventricular izquierda.

  7. Probable autoimmune causal relationship between periodontitis and ...

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    Periodontitis is a multifactorial disease with microbial dental plaque as the initiator of periodontal disease. However, the manifestation and progression of the disease is influenced by a wide variety of determinants and factors. The strongest type of causal relationship is the association of systemic and periodontal disease.

  8. Common Periodontal Diseases of Children and Adolescents

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    Hayat Al-Ghutaimel; Hisham Riba; Salem Al-Kahtani; Saad Al-Duhaimi

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    Background. Since 2000, studies, experiments, and clinical observations revealed high prevalence of periodontal diseases among children and adolescents. Therefore, this paper was designed to provide an update for dental practitioners on epidemiology, microbiology, pathology, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal diseases in children and adolescents. Methods. This paper reviews the current literature concerning periodontal diseases in pediatric dentistry. It includes MEDLINE data...

  9. Animal Models for Periodontal Disease

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    Helieh S. Oz

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Animal models and cell cultures have contributed new knowledge in biological sciences, including periodontology. Although cultured cells can be used to study physiological processes that occur during the pathogenesis of periodontitis, the complex host response fundamentally responsible for this disease cannot be reproduced in vitro. Among the animal kingdom, rodents, rabbits, pigs, dogs, and nonhuman primates have been used to model human periodontitis, each with advantages and disadvantages. Periodontitis commonly has been induced by placing a bacterial plaque retentive ligature in the gingival sulcus around the molar teeth. In addition, alveolar bone loss has been induced by inoculation or injection of human oral bacteria (e.g., Porphyromonas gingivalis in different animal models. While animal models have provided a wide range of important data, it is sometimes difficult to determine whether the findings are applicable to humans. In addition, variability in host responses to bacterial infection among individuals contributes significantly to the expression of periodontal diseases. A practical and highly reproducible model that truly mimics the natural pathogenesis of human periodontal disease has yet to be developed.

  10. Animal Models for Periodontal Disease

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    Oz, Helieh S.; Puleo, David A.

    2011-01-01

    Animal models and cell cultures have contributed new knowledge in biological sciences, including periodontology. Although cultured cells can be used to study physiological processes that occur during the pathogenesis of periodontitis, the complex host response fundamentally responsible for this disease cannot be reproduced in vitro. Among the animal kingdom, rodents, rabbits, pigs, dogs, and nonhuman primates have been used to model human periodontitis, each with advantages and disadvantages. Periodontitis commonly has been induced by placing a bacterial plaque retentive ligature in the gingival sulcus around the molar teeth. In addition, alveolar bone loss has been induced by inoculation or injection of human oral bacteria (e.g., Porphyromonas gingivalis) in different animal models. While animal models have provided a wide range of important data, it is sometimes difficult to determine whether the findings are applicable to humans. In addition, variability in host responses to bacterial infection among individuals contributes significantly to the expression of periodontal diseases. A practical and highly reproducible model that truly mimics the natural pathogenesis of human periodontal disease has yet to be developed. PMID:21331345

  11. Estudio de la enfermedad periodontal y la higiene bucal en dientes en desoclusión Study of periodontal disease and oral higiene in dysocclusion

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    Jorge Sotres Vázquez

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó una investigación en 50 pacientes que acudieron al Servicio de Periodoncia de la Clínica Estomatológica “Hermanos Gómez”. Se realizó un examen clínico para evaluar la presencia de contactos oclusales en los dientes presentes. El grado de higiene bucal se midió mediante el índice de higiene bucal de Greene y Vermillion , y la prevalencia y la gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal mediante el índice periodontal de Russell . En los casos en que los dientes no ocluían se señaló la causa . La desoclusión dental mostró una alta incidencia, con el 27,82 % de los dientes sin contactos oclusales ; la causa más frecuente fue la ausencia de dientes antagónicos (78,1 % . En los casos de desoclusión se empeoró la higiene bucal. Tanto la prevalencia como la gravedad de la enfermedad periodontal aumentaron en los dientes que no ocluían.A research was undertaken among 50 patients that received attention at the Periodontics Service of “Hermanos Gómez” Dental Clinic. A clinical examination was made to evaluate the presence of occlusal contacts in the present teeth. The oral higiene degree was measured by Greene and Vermillion's oral higiene index, whereas the the prevalence and severity of the periodontal disease was measured by using Russell's periodontal index. In those cases in which the teeth did not occlude, the cause was mentioned. Dysocclusion showed a high incidence with 27.82 % of the tooth without occlusal contacts. The most frequent cause was the absence of antagonic tooth (78.1 %. Oral higiene was worse in the cases presenting dysocclusion. Both, the prevalence and the severity of the periodontal disease increased in the tooth that did not occlude.

  12. Puentes con vigas pretensadas

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    Editorial, Equipo

    1965-07-01

    de tesado de sesenta alambres de 7 mm de diámetro con que cuenta cada viga. Como en las juntas entre aquéllos se acentúan los esfuerzos cortantes, las extremidades de cada trozo van provistas de acartelamientos o diafragmas en los que, por tener gran superficie de contacto, se mejora por adherencia—la resistencia opuesta al referido esfuerzo. Son también de interés los procedimientos constructivos empleados, que consisten, en síntesis, en levantar los soportes y apoyar en ellos una celosía de lanzamiento, provista de movimiento transversal, sobre la cual se han instalado dos puentes grúa que permiten llevar las vigas a su posición definitiva. Terminado el primer tramo se procede a hormigonar la losa del tablero, se corre la viga auxiliar de lanzamiento y se repiten las mismas operaciones en el nuevo tramo. En este caso no se requieren entramados provisionales.

  13. Estrategia de interacción para soporte a la toma de decisión en situaciones cotidianas

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    Di Santi, Nicolás Andrés; Goñi, Néstor Sebastián

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    El objetivo de este trabajo de tesina es proponer y evaluar diferentes alternativas en los sistemas de soporte para la toma de decisiones. Para tal fin se presentará una variación en los sistemas que se han tomado como caso de estudio, lo cual se basa en el comportamiento detectado durante la interacción y los conceptos de racionalidad limitada y adaptación de aspiraciones. Tales conceptos identifican el comportamiento de los seres humanos en la toma de decisiones y proveen de mecanismos abst...

  14. SISTEMAS DE SOPORTE DE DECISIONES PARA LA CREACIÓN DE MODELOS NUMÉRICOS HIDRODINÁMICOS

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    Fernando Toro

    Full Text Available Este artículo hace una corta descripción de las fases y pasos durante el desarrollo de un modelo numérico hidrodinámico y de las características que debe tener un Sistema de Soporte de Decisiones (SSD que asista al investigador en esta actividad. El SSD maneja, integra y analiza los resultados numéricos del modelo y los datos de campo, que se han incrementado mucho debido a los avances tecnológicos de las últimas décadas en este ramo.

  15. Marcadores de inmunorrespuesta en la periodontitis juvenil

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    Amparo Pérez Borrego,

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    Full Text Available La periodontitis juvenil es una enfermedad del periodonto propia de adolescentes y adultos jóvenes, afecta principalmente los primeros molares y los incisivos y se caracteriza por la pérdida severa del hueso alveolar alrededor de dientes permanentes sin correspondencia entre la rapidez y severidad de la destrucción con los factores locales. En la causa de la enfermedad se citan factores genéticos, infecciosos e inmunológicos. Estudiamos algunos marcadores de inmunorrespuesta en 6 adolescentes que acudieron a nuestro servicio con el diagnóstico de periodontitis juvenil, además de su valoración clínica y radiológica. Ambos sexos se afectaron por igual, la movilidad dentaria y el sangramiento al sondeo fueron los hallazgos clínicos más relevantes y el índice de higiene bucal fue adecuado en todos los casos. No encontramos homogeneidad en las alteraciones inmunológicas, pero todos los pacientes estuvieron afectados en más de un marcador. Predominaron las alteraciones funcionales de linfocitos T en los estudios celulares. La hipogammaglobulinemia y la IgM elevada fueron las alteraciones más frecuentes en la inmunidad de anticuerpos. Se señala la dificultad que aún existe para explicar la patogenia de la enfermedad basándose solamente en un único factor de riesgo, así como la importancia de la valoración individual de cada enfermo.Juvenile periodontitis is a disease of the periodontium inherent to adolescents and young adults, affecting mainly the first molars and incisives and characterized by the severe loss of the alveolar bone sorrounding the permanent teeth with no correspondance between the celerity and severity of the destruction and the local factors. Genetic, infectious and immunological factors are considereed as the causes of the disease. Some immunoresponse markers were studied in 6 adolescents that were seen at our service with the diagnosis of juvenile periodontitis in addition to their clinical and radiological

  16. Periodontally accelerated osteogenic orthodontics

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    Shailesh Mohanlal Bhandari

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available This case report demonstrates an orthodontic method that offers short treatment time and the ability to simultaneously reshape and increase the buccolingual thickness of the supporting alveolar bone. A 23-year-old female with Angle′s Class I moderately to severely crowded malocclusion with periodontal pocket with 31 and reduced thickness of the buccal cortical plate of lower anteriors, requested shortened orthodontic treatment time. This surgery technique included buccal full-thickness flaps, selective partial decortication of the cortical plates, concomitant bone grafting/augmentation, and primary flap closure. Following the surgery, orthodontic adjustments were made approximately every 2 weeks. From bracketing to debracketing, the case was completed in approximately 7 months and 3 weeks. Posttreatment evaluation of patient revealed good results. Preexisting thin labial bony cortical plate with lower anteriors was covered. This finding suggests credence to the incorporation of the bone augmentation procedure into the corticotomy surgery because this made it possible to complete the orthodontic treatment with a more intact periodontium. The rapid expansive tooth movements with no significant apical root resorption may be attributed to the osteoclastic or catabolic phase of the regional acceleratory phenomenon.

  17. Periodontal microsurgery: A case report

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    Kapadia, Janak Anil; Bhedasgoankar, Surekha Y.; Bhandari, Saurabh Dilip

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this article is to limelight the benefit of periodontal microsurgery in the surgical disciplines. It reviews the benefits and potential applications of magnification and microsurgery in the specialty of periodontics and a case report on microsurgical approach for free gingival graft surgery in the treatment of gingival recession. The increased demand for mucogingival esthetics has required the optimization of periodontal procedures. Microsurgery is a minimally invasive technique that is performed with the surgical microscope and adapted instruments and suture materials. Although this hardware and knowledge of various operations are necessary to achieve patient esthetic expectations, clinicians must be willing to undergo an extended period of systematic training to become familiar with novel operating procedures and instruments. This article describes the application of the surgical microscope to provide enhanced perioplastic treatment. PMID:24554892

  18. Interaction between endodontics and periodontics.

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    Rotstein, Ilan

    2017-06-01

    Endodontic-periodontal lesions present challenges to the clinician regarding diagnosis, treatment planning and prognosis. Etiologic factors, such as bacteria and viruses, as well as contributing factors, such as trauma, root resorptions, perforations, cracks and dental malformations, play an important role in the development and progression of such lesions. Treatment and prognosis of endodontic-periodontal lesions vary, depending on the etiology, pathogenesis and correct diagnosis of each specific condition. This chapter will appraise the interrelationship between endodontic and periodontal lesions and provide biological and clinical evidence for diagnosis, prognosis and decision-making in the treatment of these conditions. © 2017 John Wiley & Sons A/S. Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  19. Periodontics--tissue engineering and the future.

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    Douglass, Gordon L

    2005-03-01

    Periodontics has a long history of utilizing advances in science to expand and improve periodontal therapies. Recently the American Academy of Periodontology published the findings of the Contemporary Science Workshop, which conducted state-of-the-art evidence-based reviews of current and emerging areas in periodontics. The findings of this workshop provide the basis for an evidence-based approach to periodontal therapy. While the workshop evaluated all areas of periodontics, it is in the area of tissue engineering that the most exciting advances are becoming a reality.

  20. Gene therapy and its implications in Periodontics

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    Mahale, Swapna; Dani, Nitin; Ansari, Shumaila S.; Kale, Triveni

    2009-01-01

    Gene therapy is a field of Biomedicine. With the advent of gene therapy in dentistry, significant progress has been made in the control of periodontal diseases and reconstruction of dento-alveolar apparatus. Implementation in periodontics include: -As a mode of tissue engineering with three approaches: cell, protein-based and gene delivery approach. -Genetic approach to Biofilm Antibiotic Resistance. Future strategies of gene therapy in preventing periodontal diseases: -Enhances host defense mechanism against infection by transfecting host cells with an antimicrobial peptide protein-encoding gene. -Periodontal vaccination. Gene therapy is one of the recent entrants and its applications in the field of periodontics are reviewed in general here. PMID:20376232

  1. Evaluación de un filtro biológico como unidad de post-tratamiento de aguas residuales utilizando conchas marinas como material de soporte

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    Andres Galindo

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available En esta investigación se evaluó la eficiencia de un filtro biológico (FB a escala piloto, utilizando conchas marinas como material de soporte (MS para el post-tratamiento de aguas residuales municipales (ARM que provenían de un tratamiento previo anaerobio-aerobio. El FB se evaluó con diferentes cargas orgánicas, siendo los tiempos de retención hidráulicos (TRH estudiados: 12,85; 10,71; 8,57 y 6,43h. Los parámetros monitoreados fueron: pH, alcalinidad carbónica y total, temperatura, demanda química de oxígeno (DQO, demanda bioquímica de oxígeno (DBO, ácidos grasos volátiles (AGV, nitrógeno total Kjeldahl (NTK, fósforo total, sólidos suspendidos totales (SST, volátiles (SSV y fijos (SSF. Las mejores eficiencias de remoción de materia orgánica se obtuvieron a TRH de 10,71h, registrando remociones de DQOT, DQOS y DBO5,20 en el orden de 51,5; 48,6 y 39,2%. Sin embargo, la mejor eficiencia en la remoción de sólidos suspendidos se observó en el TRH de 6,43h (SST, 29%, SSV, 23,8% y SSF, 50%. A pesar de recibir tratamiento previo, el número de coliformes totales y fecales afluentes al FB fueron altos, presentando órdenes hasta de 107NMP/100ml, la mayores eficiencias en la remoción de Coliformes totales y fecales fueron de 97,24 y 94,63%, respectivamente, registradas en el TRH de 12,85h. Se evidencia que las conchas marinas (Arca zebra son MS sostenibles y con ellas se logran reducciones satisfactorias de materia orgánica en el tratamiento de ARM.

  2. Aplicación de los sistemas de soporte a la decisión (DSS en el comercio electrónico

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    Alexandra Ruiz G.

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    Full Text Available Los sistemas de soporte a la decisión (DSS y el comercio electrónico (CE han surgido como áreas individuales. Sin embargo, actualmente, y desde hace unos años, los DSS y el CE se han fusionado para traer mayores ventajas y valor agregado a los clientes. Es sabido que existen diversos tipos de DSS y de categorías y modelos de negocio de CE. Por tal razón, la aplicabilidad de una área sobre la otra se expande a las posibles combinaciones que se puedan realizar entre esta diversidad de categorías. Algunos ejemplos representativos están relacionados con, por ejemplo, los sitios de subastas que a través de la aplicación de a- gentes inteligentes se pueda saber sobre cuál producto ofertar o cuándo y dónde vender; los portales web para clientes y em- pleados, los DSS permiten controlar la información de la empresa a la que pueden acceder y de esta forma tomar decisiones; las tiendas virtuales se pueden afectar positivamente con la aplicación de data mining y data warehouse; en los sistemas de ser- vicio al cliente se podrían usar complejos algoritmos de predicción y análisis “qué sucedería si” para identificar oportunidades de ingresos en mercados competitivos; y un sinnúmero más de aplicaciones, en donde el limite es la imaginación. Se requiere que las investigaciones en DSS/CE sean continuas debido al constante surgimiento de nuevos modelos de negocio y de subsiste- mas DSS. Para cada uno, las aplicaciones pueden ser variadas y aportar de forma bidireccional. Los nuevos mecanismos de in- teracción y los esfuerzos por satisfacer al cliente son también el centro de inspiración para nuevas aplicaciones de sistemas DSS en el comercio electrónico.

  3. Uso de fibrinógeno humano en la generación de soportes para la obtención de equivalentes tisulares

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    Dionisio Malagón

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available Título en ingles: Use of human fibrinogen in the generation of scaffold for obtaining Tissue equivalents Resumen Desde sus orígenes, la Ingeniería de Tejidos ha buscado diversos materiales que puedan ser utilizados para la generación de soportes que sirvan para el anclaje, proliferación y diferenciación celular que conduzcan a la obtención de tejidos humanos. Muchos materiales de tipo cerámico, polimérico y metálico se han evaluado, pero hasta la fecha muchos de ellos han sido rechazados por diversas razones, entre otras su escasa biocompatibilidad y biodegradabilidad, la respuesta inmune generada, la baja resistencia mecánica o el riesgo de transmisión de virus o priones. El fibrinógeno es una proteína presente en el plasma sanguíneo que puede ser utilizada para la generación de soportes tridimensionales que favorezcan el crecimiento de células; se obtiene a partir del propio paciente, bancos de sangre o como proteína purificada (Tisseel® o Tissucol®, Laboratorios Baxter. El fibrinógeno evita el desencadenamiento de una respuesta inmunológica y el uso de productos xenogénicos. Debido a la estructura proteica, la adhesión y proliferación celular se ven favorecidas dando excelentes resultados en la generación de equivalentes de piel, cartílago, córnea y reemplazos cardiacos en aplicaciones in vitro e in vivo. Como desventajas presenta su rápida degradación y su baja resistencia mecánica; sin embargo, en los últimos años se han venido evaluando mezclas con algunos biopolímeros como ácido poliláctico (PLLA, ácido poli-glicólico (PGA y alginato de sodio. Esta revisión presenta algunas de las principales aplicaciones del fibrinógeno en Ingeniería de Tejidos. Palabras clave: fibrina, cultivos celulares, biomaterial, hidrogel, proteína. Abstract Since its origin, Tissue Engineering has sought various materials that can be used for generation of scaffolds that serve to anchor, proliferation and cell

  4. Association of Periodontitis and Subsequent Depression

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    Hsu, Chih-Chao; Hsu, Yi-Chao; Chen, Hsuan-Ju; Lin, Che-Chen; Chang, Kuang-Hsi; Lee, Chang-Yin; Chong, Lee-Won; Kao, Chia-Hung

    2015-01-01

    Abstract Periodontitis is a systemic and chronic inflammatory disease associated with multiple physical conditions. Distress and depression are other problems affecting the progression of periodontitis. However, the causal relationship between depression and periodontitis has not been adequately investigated. This aim of this study was to determine the association between periodontitis and the subsequent development of depression. We identified 12,708 patients with newly diagnosed periodontitis from 2000 to 2005 and 50,832 frequency-matched individuals without periodontitis. Both groups were followed until diagnosed with depression, withdrawal from the National Health Insurance program, or the end of 2011. The association between periodontitis and depressio was analyzed using Cox proportional hazard regression models. The incidence density rate of depression was higher in the periodontitis group than in the nonperiodontitis group, with an adjusted hazard ratio of 1.73 (95% confidence interval 1.58–1.89) when adjusting for sex, age, and comorbidity. Cox models revealed that periodontitis was an independent risk factor for depression in patients, except for comorbidities of diabetes mellitus (DM), alcohol abuse, and cancer. Periodontitis may increase the risk of subsequent depression and was suggested an independent risk factor regardless of sex, age, and most comorbidities. However, DM, alcohol abuse, and cancer may prevent the development of subsequent depression because of DM treatment, the paradoxical effect of alcohol, and emotional distress to cancer, respectively. Prospective studies on the relationship between periodontitis and depression are warranted. PMID:26705230

  5. Periodontitis and increase in circulating oxidative stress

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    Takaaki Tomofuji

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available Reactive oxygen species (ROS are products of normal cellular metabolism. However, excessive production of ROS oxidizes DNA, lipids and proteins, inducing tissue damage. Studies have shown that periodontitis induces excessive ROS production in periodontal tissue. When periodontitis develops, ROS produced in the periodontal lesion diffuse into the blood stream, resulting in the oxidation of blood molecules (circulating oxidative stress. Such oxidation may be detrimental to systemic health. For instance, previous animal studies suggested that experimental periodontitis induces oxidative damage of the liver and descending aorta by increasing circulating oxidative stress. In addition, it has been revealed that clinical parameters in chronic periodontitis patients showed a significant improvement 2 months after periodontal treatment, which was accompanied by a significant reduction of reactive oxygen metabolites in plasma. Improvement of periodontitis by periodontal treatment could reduce the occurrence of circulating oxidative stress. Furthermore, recent studies indicate that the increase in circulating oxidative stress following diabetes mellitus and inappropriate nutrition damages periodontal tissues. In such cases, therapeutic approaches to systemic oxidative stress might be necessary to improve periodontal health.

  6. Therapeutic strategies in the treatment of periodontitis

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    Liljana Bogdanovska

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Periodontitis is a chronic inflammatory process which affects the tooth - supporting structures of the teeth. The disease is initiated by subgingival periopathogenic bacteria in susceptible periodontal sites. The host immune response towards periodontal pathogens helps to sustain periodontal disease and eventual alveolar bone loss. Although scaling and root planing is the standard treatment modality for periodontitis, it suffers from several drawbacks such as the inability to reach the base of deep pockets and doesn’t arrest migration of periodontal pathogens from other sites in the oral cavity. In order to overcome the limitations of scaling and root planning, adjunctive chemotherapeutics and host modulatory agents to the treatment are used. These therapeutic agents show substantial beneficial effects when compared to scaling and root planning alone. This review will cover an update on chemotherapeutic and past and future host immune modulatory agents used adjunctively to treat and manage periodontal diseases.

  7. Strengthening the prevention of periodontal disease

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    Petersen, Poul Erik; Ogawa, Hiroshi

    2005-01-01

    BACKGROUND: The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of the burden of periodontal disease in adult populations worldwide, to emphasize the essential risk factors common to periodontal disease and chronic diseases, to outline important new strategies for effective prevention of periodontal...... disease, and to inform about the role of the World Health Organization (WHO) in developing a national capacity for the prevention of disease. METHODS: Information about periodontal health status as measured by the Community Periodontal Index system is stored in the WHO Global Oral Health Data Bank....... Updated information concerning WHO standard age groups was used to describe the prevalence rates of signs of periodontal disease, i.e., gingival bleeding, periodontal pocketing, and loss of attachment. RESULTS: Gingival bleeding is highly prevalent among adult populations in all regions of the world...

  8. Role of genetic in periodontal disease

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    Anand Narayanrao Wankhede

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Genetics is the study and understanding of the phenomena of heredity and variation. A large number of genes are associated with many systemic conditions. Periodontitis is inflammatory condition of periodontium. Periodontium consists of gingiva, periodontal ligament, cementum, and alveolar bone. It is considered being a multifactorial disease. Studies of animals and humans support the concept that a large number of genes' factor may be associated with periodontitis and clearly play a role in the predisposition and progression of periodontal diseases. It has been proven that genetic factors impair inflammatory and immune responses during periodontal diseases. Research on identifying specific genes causing periodontitis may improve and prevent the disease progression. The aim of this article is to focus on genetic risk factors and its influence for the various forms of periodontal disease.

  9. Enhanced periodontal tissue regeneration by periodontal cell implantation

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    Yu, N.; Oortgiesen, D.A.W.; Bronckers, A.L.J.J.; Yang, F.; Walboomers, X.F.; Jansen, J.A.

    2013-01-01

    Aim Due to a lack of regenerative potential, current treatments for periodontal defects do not always provide satisfactory clinical results. Previously, the implantation of a biomaterial scaffold-cell construct has been suggested as a clinically achievable approach. In this study, it was aimed to

  10. Aggressive and acute periodontal diseases.

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    Albandar, Jasim M

    2014-06-01

    Inflammatory periodontal diseases are highly prevalent, although most of these diseases develop and progress slowly, often unnoticed by the affected individual. However, a subgroup of these diseases include aggressive and acute forms that have a relatively low prevalence but show a rapid-course, high rate of progression leading to severe destruction of the periodontal tissues, or cause systemic symptoms that often require urgent attention from healthcare providers. Aggressive periodontitis is an early-onset, destructive disease that shows a high rate of periodontal progression and distinctive clinical features. A contemporary case definition of this disease is presented. Population studies show that the disease is more prevalent in certain geographic regions and ethnic groups. Aggressive periodontitis is an infectious disease, and recent data show that in affected subjects the subgingival microbiota is composed of a mixed microbial infection, with a wide heterogeneity in the types and proportions of microorganisms recovered. Furthermore, there are significant differences in the microbiota of the disease among different geographic regions and ethnicities. There is also evidence that the Aggregatibacter actinomycetemycomitans-JP2 clone may play an important role in the development of the disease in certain populations. The host response plays an important role in the susceptibility to aggressive periodontitis, where the immune response may be complex and involve multiple mechanisms. Also, genetic factors seem to play an important role in the pathogenesis of this disease, but the mechanisms of increased susceptibility are complex and not yet fully understood. The available data suggest that aggressive periodontitis is caused by mutations either in a few major genes or in multiple small-effect genes, and there is also evidence of gene-gene and gene-environment interaction effects. Diagnostic methods for this disease, based on a specific microbiologic, immunologic or

  11. Descomposición durante la cocción del carbonato cálcico contenido en el soporte crudo de los azulejos

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    García Ten, Francisco Javier

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    La mezcla de materias primas que se utiliza habitualmente para la fabricación del soporte de los azulejos (revestimiento cerámico vidriado), contiene entre 12-15% de carbonato cálcico que, al descomponerse durante la cocción, suministra el óxido de calcio necesario para producir las fases cristalinas que le confieren las propiedades técnicas requeridas. Las arcillas que se emplean para la obtención de los soportes de cocción blanca carecen de carbonato cálcico por lo que es necesa...

  12. Optimización del acero usado como soporte y gancho de sujeción del acero de refuerzo en cimentaciones de concreto

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    Sánchez Trujillo, Bryan; Sánchez Trujillo, Bryan; Sánchez Trujillo, Bryan

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    Para el proceso constructivo de cimentaciones de concreto se usan diversos accesorios, algunos estandarizados y otros no; uno de los no estandarizados es el acero usado como soporte y gancho de sujeción de las barras de refuerzo, (comúnmente llamado "burro", "burrito" o "silletas" de soporte), pues en los planos estructurales no se detalla la forma de colocar y sostener las barras de refuerzo y en obra las silletas se colocan de forma empírica según las experiencias previas de los encargados ...

  13. El uso de Soportes Electrónicos en la Evaluación del Aprendizaje del Inglés

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    González, Dafne; Sales Arasa, Cristina; Peirats Chacón, José

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    Ante la rápida incursión de los soportes electrónicos en la enseñanza de idiomas y dada la importancia que tiene la evaluación tanto para los aprendices como para todo el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje, este estudio tuvo como objetivo explorar el uso que se le está dando a estos soportes en el aula para la evaluación del logro de la competencia comunicativa del inglés a nivel universitario Este estudio exploratorio analiza, en primer lugar, la experiencia de algunos docentes de inglés que u...

  14. Treatment of a Periodontic-Endodontic Lesion in a Patient with Aggressive Periodontitis.

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    Fahmy, Mina D; Luepke, Paul G; Ibrahim, Mohamed S; Guentsch, Arndt

    2016-01-01

    Case Description. This case report describes the successful management of a left mandibular first molar with a combined periodontic-endodontic lesion in a 35-year-old Caucasian woman with aggressive periodontitis using a concerted approach including endodontic treatment, periodontal therapy, and a periodontal regenerative procedure using an enamel matrix derivate. In spite of anticipated poor prognosis, the tooth lesion healed. This case report also discusses the rationale behind different treatment interventions. Practical Implication. Periodontic-endodontic lesions can be successfully treated if dental professionals follow a concerted treatment protocol that integrates endodontic and periodontic specialties. General dentists can be the gatekeepers in managing these cases.

  15. Treatment of a Periodontic-Endodontic Lesion in a Patient with Aggressive Periodontitis

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    Mina D. Fahmy

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Case Description. This case report describes the successful management of a left mandibular first molar with a combined periodontic-endodontic lesion in a 35-year-old Caucasian woman with aggressive periodontitis using a concerted approach including endodontic treatment, periodontal therapy, and a periodontal regenerative procedure using an enamel matrix derivate. In spite of anticipated poor prognosis, the tooth lesion healed. This case report also discusses the rationale behind different treatment interventions. Practical Implication. Periodontic-endodontic lesions can be successfully treated if dental professionals follow a concerted treatment protocol that integrates endodontic and periodontic specialties. General dentists can be the gatekeepers in managing these cases.

  16. La reflexividad etnográfica como soporte investigativo en las acciones publicitarias

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    López Torres, Zulima Azeneth; Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana; Torres Estrada, Isabel Cristina; Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana

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    Este artículo busca exponer la importancia de la reflexividad etnográfica como una herramienta investigativa que puede posicionarse como una de las mejores estrategias para el abordaje del consumidor, en tanto el sujeto es atravesado por eldevenir de su realidad social. La etnografía proporciona una visión holística de ese sujeto que consume, en relación consigo mismo, con el entorno y con los objetos y/o bienes disponibles para la satisfacción de sus necesidades, en tanto que permite un anál...

  17. Periodontal Status of Postmenopausal Women

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    Timur V. Melkumyan

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available The objective of this study was to compare the periodontal status in postmenopausal women with osteopenia and osteoporosis. Material and Methods: We examined 43 postmenopausal women aged from 55 to 74 years. Material assessment of bones in every patient was performed by means of dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA from two points on the skeleton – part of the femur neck and between the first and fourth lumbar vertebrae. A lipid blood test was done for patients of both groups. All patients were divided into two groups (the 1st with osteopenia, and the 2nd with osteoporosis. All patients were subjected to an oral clinical examination: the periodontal examination was composed of Plaque Index (PI, Pocket Score (PS, and Papillary Bleeding Index (PBI. X-ray analysis was performed for every patient. Results: The results of the clinical periodontal examination demonstrated that the mean PBI in patients in the 1st group had no significant differences from the PBI in patients in the 2nd group. PI value and PS findings in patients with general osteoporosis also had no statistical differences from the same parameters in patients with osteopenia. Conclusion: Under the circumstances of these patients’ characteristics and within the limits of the present study, we concluded that there is no significant difference in the periodontal status of postmenopausal women with systemic osteopenia and with osteoporosis.

  18. Síndrome serotoninérgico en anciano con falla renal crónica tratada con linezolid: reporte de caso

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    Mauricio Montoya Cañón

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    Entre los factores de riesgo para desarrollo de síndrome serotoninérgico se encuentra el uso de linezolid, que en combinación de otros medicamentos con acción serotoninérgica —como los inhibidores selectivos de recaptación de serotonina, el litio, la trazodona, entre otros— se asocia con la presentación de este cuadro. El síndrome serotoninérgico puede ser evitado con una buena educación al personal médico y la modificación de las conductas de prescripción de medicamentos; el pilar del tratamiento se basa en la suspensión de los fármacos que están causando el cuadro y el planteamiento de medidas de soporte.

  19. Oxidative Stress and Antioxidant System in Periodontitis

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    Wang, Yue; Andrukhov, Oleh; Rausch-Fan, Xiaohui

    2017-01-01

    Periodontitis is a common inflammatory disease, which is initiated by bacterial infection and subsequently progressed by aberrant host response. It can result in the destruction of teeth supporting tissues and have an influence on systemic health. When periodontitis occurs, reactive oxygen species, which are overproduced mostly by hyperactive neutrophils, could not be balanced by antioxidant defense system and cause tissues damage. This is characterized by increased metabolites of lipid peroxidation, DNA damage and protein damage. Local and systemic activities of antioxidants can also be influenced by periodontitis. Total antioxidant capacity, total oxidant status and oxidative stress index have been used to evaluate the oxidative stress associated with periodontitis. Studies have confirmed that inflammatory response in periodontitis is associated with an increased local and systemic oxidative stress and compromised antioxidant capacity. Our review focuses on increased oxidative stress in periodontal disease, specifically, on the relationship between the local and systemic biomarkers of oxidative stress and periodontitis and their association with the pathogenesis of periodontitis. Also, the relationship between periodontitis and systemic inflammation, and the effects of periodontal therapy on oxidative stress parameters will be discussed. PMID:29180965

  20. [Periodontal abscess: etiology, diagnosis and treatment].

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    Vályi, Péter; Gorzó, István

    2004-08-01

    The periodontal abscess is an acute destructive process in the periodontium resulting in localized collections of pus communicating with the oral cavity through the gingival sulcus or other periodontal sites and not arising from the tooth pulp. The prevalence of periodontal abscess is relatively high and it affects the prognosis of the tooth. Periodontal abscesses can develop on the base of persisting periodontitis but can also occur in the absence of periodontitis. The cause of the development of periodontal abscess originating from chronic periodontitis is the marginal closure of a periodontal pocket, or the pocket lumen might be too tight to drain the increased suppuration due to changes in the composition of subgingival microflora, alteration of bacterial virulence or host defenses. Diagnosis of a periodontal abscess is based on medical and dental history as well as oral examination (pocket depth, swelling, suppuration, mobility, sensibility of the tooth). The most prevalent group of bacteria: P. gingivalis, P. intermedia, B. forsythus, F. nucleatum and P. micros. Previous studies have suggested that the complete therapy of the periodontitis patients with acute periodontal abscess has to do in two stages: the first stage is the management of acute lesions, then the second stage is the appropriate comprehensive treatment of the original and/or residual lesions. The management of acute lesions includes establishing drainage via pocket lumen, subgingival scaling and root planing, curettage of the lining pocket epithelia and seriously inflamed connective tissue, compressing pocket wall to underlying tooth and periodontal support, and maintaining tissue contact. Some authors recommend the incision or to establish drainage and irrigation, or a flap surgery, or even extraction of hopeless teeth. We recommend the use of systemic antibiotics as a preventive measure of systemic disease or in case of systemic symptoms.

  1. Clinical treatment of a patient with generalized advanced chronic periodontitis at the school of dentistry of Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia. A case report

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    Rendón Osorio, Willer Leandro; Guzmán Zuluaga, Isabel Cristina; Torres Quiroz, Ingrid Ximena; Botero Zuluaga, Leticia

    2012-01-01

    La enfermedad periodontal afecta la salud del paciente comprometiendo la forma, función y estética del sistema estomatognático, llevando a un deterioro notable de la calidad de vida de las personas. En este caso clínico se presenta el tratamiento integral de un paciente de sexo masculino de 43 años de edad con periodontitis crónica avanzada generalizada que incluyó: tratamiento periodontal no quirúrgico, quirúrgico y de rehabilitación oral, hecho durante dieciocho meses por un estudiante de ú...

  2. Oral Mucoadhesive Buccal Film of Ciprofloxacin for Periodontitis ...

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    Keywords: Periodontitis, Ciprofloxacin, Buccal film, Mucoadhesive, Periodontitis, Sodium carboxymethyl ... diseases. Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease of the gums that damages the soft ..... in dogs using a silk-wire twisted ligature.

  3. Periodontal status and treatment needs of primary school teachers ...

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    Periodontal status and treatment needs of primary school teachers in the absence of ... on probing, periodontal pocketing and treatment needs with CPITN and tooth ... Is In the form of oral prophylaxis and non-surgical periodontal treatment.

  4. Reevaluación del paciente periodontal: intervalo de tiempo adecuado para reevaluar sus parámetros

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    Berenice Flores Díaz

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available La reevaluación es uno de los pasos del tratamiento periodontal enfocados en determinar los resultados de la terapia inicial y la necesidad de terapias de soporte adicionales. El objetivo del artículo es revisar la información relacionada al intervalo de tiempo para la reevaluación los signos de progresión de la enfermedad periodontal apropiado para medir los efectos de la terapia inicial. Después de este período de tiempo, la estabilidad del periodonto debe ser evaluada en lugar de los efectos de la terapia. Conclusión: En síntesis el establecimiento de la nueva unión dento-epitelial se realiza de manera rutinaria por lo que se sugiere la reevaluación después de 2 semanas. Luego del raspado y alisado radicular hay restablecimiento del epitelio de unión al diente la super cie en 1 a 2 semanas el tejido conjuntivo continúa durante 4 a 8 semanas pero más de 2 meses puede ser demasiado tiempo porque las bacterias patógenas ya han repoblado las bolsas periodontales.

  5. La Peroxidación lipídica en la enfermedad periodontal inflamatoria experimental

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    Bárbara E García Triana

    1998-04-01

    Full Text Available La peroxidación de los lípidos de las membranas de los tejidos periodontales, parece estar implicada en la etiopatogenia de la enfermedad periodontal inflamatoria. En este estudio utilizamos perros Beagles, a los cuales se les provocó la enfermedad, por ligadura de los dientes de una hemiarcada, mientras la hemiarcada opuesta se empleó como control. Al final del experimento, las variables estudiadas (profundidad del surco gingival, altura ósea y niveles de malonil-dialdehído fueron significativamente superiores en la hemiarcada ligada, con respecto a la no ligada. Concluimos que el uso de este modelo es factible en nuestras condiciones. Estos resultados apoyan la teoría de la participación de la peroxidación lipídica en la etiopatogenia de la enfermedad periodontal inflamatoria.The lipid peroxidation of the periodontal membranes seems to be involved in the pathogenesis of the periodontal disease. We used for this study Beagles dogs which were caused such a disease by applying a ligature to a dental hemiarch teeth whereas the opposite hemiarch was used as a control. At the end of the experiment, the studied variables (gingival sulcus depth, bone height and malonyl-dialdehyde levels were significantly higher in the ligated hemiarch. We concluded that the use of this model is feasible in our conditions. These results back up the theory of the role of lipid peroxidation in the pathogenesis of the periodontal diseases.

  6. Treatment of periodontal abcess with Class II furcation involvement

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    Nur Rahmah; Arni Irawaty Djais

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    Treatment of periodontal abscess with furcation involvement has its own challenges in achieving the success of periodontal treatment. Teeth with periodontal abscesses often indicate the presence of furcation involvement. Most periodontal abscess occurs in approximately 92.5% molar. Furcation involvement on tooth abscesses had a greater challenge to the success of periodontal therapy. A male patient aged 36 years came to the clinic with active periodontal disease. On examination, the teeth are...

  7. [Discussion on combined periodontic-endodontic lesion type].

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    Wang, Kai; Zhou, Li

    2008-02-01

    Combined the elaboration on periodontic-endodontic lesion in the textbook Periodontics with the deficiencies existed in the clinical and teaching work and demonstrated the understanding on the type of the combined periodontic-endodontic lesion, and suggested the viewpoint of no sub-type of combined periodontic-endodontic lesion. Only regard the type of pulp disease that induced by periodontal disease as genuine combined periodontic-endodontic lesion.

  8. Gingival and Periodontal Diseases in Children and Adolescents

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    Vivek Singh Chauhan; Rashmi Singh Chauhan; Nihal Devkar; Akshay Vibhute; Shobha More

    2012-01-01

    Periodontal diseases are among the most frequent diseases affecting children and adolescents. These include gingivitis, localized or generalized aggressive periodontitis (a.k.a., early onset periodontitis) and periodontal diseases associated with systemic disorders. The effects of periodontal diseases observed in adults have earlier inception in life period. Gingival diseases in a child may progress to jeopardize the periodontium in adulthood. Therefore, periodontal diseases must be prevented...

  9. Treatment of a Periodontic-Endodontic Lesion in a Patient with Aggressive Periodontitis

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    Fahmy, Mina D.; Luepke, Paul G.; Ibrahim, Mohamed S.; Guentsch, Arndt

    2016-01-01

    Case Description. This case report describes the successful management of a left mandibular first molar with a combined periodontic-endodontic lesion in a 35-year-old Caucasian woman with aggressive periodontitis using a concerted approach including endodontic treatment, periodontal therapy, and a periodontal regenerative procedure using an enamel matrix derivate. In spite of anticipated poor prognosis, the tooth lesion healed. This case report also discusses the rationale behind different tr...

  10. [The clinical study of IgA nephropathy with severe chronic periodontitis and aggressive periodontitis].

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    Cao, Y L; Qiao, M; Xu, Z H; Zou, G M; Ma, L L; Li, W G; Xu, B H

    2016-01-05

    To explore the clinical characteristics of IgA nephropathy (IgAN) with severe chronic periodontitis and aggressive periodontitis. A total of 436 hospitalized patients who underwent renal needle biopsy in the department of nephrology of China-Japan Friendship Hospital from November 2013 to December 2014 were recruited in the study and blindly had periodontal examination. The patients were divided into IgAN group and non-IgAN group according to the renal pathology. The patients with IgAN were further categorized as non-periodontitis, chronic periodontitis and aggressive peridontitis group by Haas classification. The chronic periodontitis group was continually divided into mild, moderate and severe periodontitis group. The levels of interleukin (IL)-1β and IL-6 in gingival crevicular fluid were analyzed by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays. The prevalence of periodontitis in the study was 88.3% (385/436). The prevalence of chronic periodontitis and aggressive periodontitis were higher in patients with IgAN than those with non-IgAN (Pchronic periodontitis was correlated with pathologic grading of IgAN (r=0.48, Pperiodontitis, those with severe chronic and aggressive periodontitis had more severe pathology, more frequent recurrent gross hematuria, higher levels of 24 h proteinuria, serum triglyceride and uric acid, higher periodontal probing depth and clinical attatchment level, as well as higer levels of IL-1β and IL-6, but had lower creatinine clearance rate (all Pchronic and aggressive periodontitis was higher in patients with IgAN. Chronic periodontitis is correlated with the onset and development of IgAN. Patients with IgAN have worse condition with the aggravation of periodontitis.

  11. Sobredentadura sobre implantes en paciente con múltiples caries. Reporte de caso.

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    Rengifo Alarcón, Carlos Alberto; Vicente Zamudio, Eduardo Gregorio; Balarezo Razzeto, José Antonio; Matta Morales, Carlos

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    Hasta hace poco tiempo el tratamiento de pacientes desdentados totales era mediante la instalación de prótesis que iban a ser soportadas por las estructuras remanentes de los maxilares sobrela mucosa y la retención, estabilidad y soporte dependían de la cantidad de hueso remanente, forma de los maxilares, calidad de saliva presente, todos éstos influenciados por la capacidadpsicomotriz del paciente. Con la introducción de los implantes dentales y más aun los implantes endo-óseos se ha revoluc...

  12. The global burden of periodontal disease

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    Petersen, Poul E; Ogawa, Hiroshi

    2012-01-01

    Chronic diseases are accelerating globally, advancing across all regions and pervading all socioeconomic classes. Unhealthy diet and poor nutrition, physical inactivity, tobacco use, excessive use of alcohol and psychosocial stress are the most important risk factors. Periodontal disease...... is a component of the global burden of chronic disease, and chronic disease and periodontal disease have the same essential risk factors. In addition, severe periodontal disease is related to poor oral hygiene and to poor general health (e.g. the presence of diabetes mellitus and other systemic diseases......). The present report highlights the global burden of periodontal disease: the ultimate burden of periodontal disease (tooth loss), as well as signs of periodontal disease, are described from World Health Organization (WHO) epidemiological data. High prevalence rates of complete tooth loss are found in upper...

  13. Social gradients in periodontal diseases among adolescents.

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    López, Rodrigo; Fernández, Olaya; Baelum, Vibeke

    2006-06-01

    To investigate the association between socioeconomic position and periodontal diseases among adolescents. Data were obtained from 9203 Chilean high school students. Clinical examinations included direct recordings of clinical attachment level and the necrotizing ulcerative gingival lesions. Students answered a questionnaire on various dimensions of socioeconomic position. Seven periodontal outcomes were analyzed. Logistic regression analyses were used to identify socioeconomic variables associated with the periodontal outcomes. The occurrence of all periodontal outcomes investigated followed social gradients, and paternal income and parental education were the most influential variables. The study demonstrates the existence of significant social gradients in periodontal diseases already among adolescents. This is worrying, and indicates a new potential for further insight into the mechanisms of periodontal disease causation.

  14. Periodontal disease and the special needs patient.

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    Brown, Louise F; Ford, Pauline J; Symons, Anne L

    2017-06-01

    Individuals with special needs are at more risk of dental disease, including periodontal diseases, and have a greater prevalence and incidence of periodontal diseases than the rest of the population. Genetic or medical conditions, and/or the use of prescription medication or recreational substances, may further increase the risk for susceptibility to periodontal disease. The success of preventing or controlling periodontal diseases amongst this group of patients has not been established. Even those individuals who access regular and comprehensive dental care appear to develop periodontal diseases as they age, and this development occurs at a rate comparable to the natural history of the disease. The reasons behind the lack of success of interventions in reducing the incidence of periodontal diseases are complex and part of the lack of success may relate to the professional challenges in treating individuals with special needs. © 2017 John Wiley & Sons A/S. Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  15. Psychosocial distress and periodontitis in adolescents

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    Lopez, Rodrigo; Ramírez, Valeria; Marró, Patricio

    2012-01-01

    Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease associated with predominantly gram negative biofilms and characterized by the progressive destruction of the supporting tissues of the teeth. Some studies conducted among adults have found a significant association between periodontitis and dimensions...... of psychosocial distress and it is unclear whether this association can be found among younger subjects in which destruction of periodontal tissues as a result of periodontitis are less severe. Purpose: The main aim of this study was to assess whether adolescents with periodontitis presented with higher scores...... for non-psychotic psychosocial disorders than control subjects without periodontitis. Materials and Methods: We used a case control study (n=160) nested in a well-defined adolescent population (n=9,163) and the 28-item Spanish version of the General Health Questionnaire. The inclusion criterion for being...

  16. Poor periodontal health: A cancer risk?

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    K S Rajesh

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Evidence indicates that chronic infections and inflammation are associated with increased risk of cancer development. There has also been considerable evidence that proves the interrelationship between bacterial and viral infections and carcinogenesis. Periodontitis is a chronic oral infection thought to be caused by gram-negative anaerobic bacteria in the dental biofilm. Periodontal bacteria and viruses may act synergistically to cause periodontitis. Many studies have shown that periodontal pockets may act as reservoirs for human papilloma virus, cytomegalovirus, Epstein Barr virus, and suspected agents associated with oral cancer. Periodontitis, characterized by epithelial proliferation and migration, results in a chronic release of inflammatory cytokines, chemokines, growth factors, prostaglandins, and enzymes, all of which are associated with cancer development. This review article intends to shed light on the association between periodontal health and carcinogenesis.

  17. Poor periodontal health: A cancer risk?

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    Rajesh, K S; Thomas, Deepak; Hegde, Shashikanth; Kumar, M S Arun

    2013-11-01

    Evidence indicates that chronic infections and inflammation are associated with increased risk of cancer development. There has also been considerable evidence that proves the interrelationship between bacterial and viral infections and carcinogenesis. Periodontitis is a chronic oral infection thought to be caused by gram-negative anaerobic bacteria in the dental biofilm. Periodontal bacteria and viruses may act synergistically to cause periodontitis. Many studies have shown that periodontal pockets may act as reservoirs for human papilloma virus, cytomegalovirus, Epstein Barr virus, and suspected agents associated with oral cancer. Periodontitis, characterized by epithelial proliferation and migration, results in a chronic release of inflammatory cytokines, chemokines, growth factors, prostaglandins, and enzymes, all of which are associated with cancer development. This review article intends to shed light on the association between periodontal health and carcinogenesis.

  18. Genetic variants in periodontal health and disease

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    Dumitrescu, Alexandrina L [Tromsoe Univ. (Norway). Inst. of Clinical Dentistry; Kobayashi, Junya [Kyoto Univ. (Japan). Dept. of Genome Repair Dynamics

    2010-07-01

    Periodontitis is a complex, multifactorial disease and its susceptibility is genetically determined. The present book systematically reviews the evidence of the association between the genetic variants and periodontitis progression and/or treatment outcomes. Genetic syndromes known to be associated with periodontal disease, the candidate gene polymorphisms investigated in relation to periodontitis, the heritability of chronic and aggressive periodontitis, as well as common guidelines for association studies are described. This growing understanding of the role of genetic variation in inflammation and periodontal chronic disease presents opportunities to identify healthy persons who are at increased risk of disease and to potentially modify the trajectory of disease to prolong healthy aging. The book represents a new concept in periodontology with its pronounced focus on understanding through knowledge rather than presenting the presently valid answers. Connections between genetics and periodontology are systematically reviewed and covered in detail. (orig.)

  19. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERIODONTAL DISEASE INDEX AND LOW BIRTH WEIGHT BABIES IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH PERIODONTITIS

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    Ira Komara

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    Full Text Available Objective: To identify the relationship between periodontitis in pregnant women through the periodontal disease index (PDI and low birth weight babies. Methods: A case-control study was conducted to determine the relationship between periodontitis in pregnant women through the periodontal disease index (PDI and the low birth weight babies (LBW. The participants were mothers with periodontitis and non-periodontitis mothers aged 20–35 years who gave birth in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology-Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital, Bandung in the period of December to January 2005. Results: Based on the chisquare test results a highly significant relationship between periodontitis and low birth weight (p=0.002 was found. The Odd’s ratio showed that the risk of low birth weight in pregnant women with periodontitis was 15.58 times higher compared to those who did not suffer from periodontitis. The periodontal disease index has an accuracy of 88.6% in predicting the incidence of LBW. It strongly influenced the incidence of LBW with a high Odd’s ratio of 28.0. Pregnant women who suffer from periodontitis with a PDI > 3.25, have 19.2 times higher risk for delivering babies with LBW compared to the non-periodontitis mothers. Conclusions: The loss of attachment affects the possibility of delivering LBW babies.

  20. Generalized Severe Periodontitis and Periodontal Abscess in Type 2 Diabetes: A Case Report

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    Sonnenschein Sarah K.

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available The bidirectional relationship between periodontitis and diabetes mellitus can cause distinct oral symptoms that can impact the general health conditions of affected patients. The presented case report of a female diabetes type 2 patient with severe periodontitis and a periodontal abscess shows how interdisciplinary collaboration between the attending physician and dentist can significantly improve oral conditions and metabolic control.

  1. Gestión de tecnologías de información y comunicación: soportes para la innovación en las Organizaciones Inteligentes

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    Ana Judith Paredes de V.

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo del presente artículo, es determinar el impacto de las tecnologías de información y comunicación TIC, en el proceso de innovación y desarrollo en las organizaciones inteligentes. Para tal fin, se formulan planteamientos relacionados con los cambios y transformaciones que asumen éstas organizaciones, específicamente las del sector de educación superior, quienes soportan el desarrollo de sus procesos y productos en forma permanente y sistemática, a través de la generación de valor agregado, la creatividad de sus recursos humanos y el soporte de las TIC. Asimismo, se expone desde un enfoque crítico las tendencias que han de asumir las Instituciones de Educación Superior del futuro, por lo que se presenta la primera fase, de una investigación en plena ejecución y de mayor alcance. Para el desarrollo de lo planteado, se analizó la realidad desde una perspectiva general y se realizó el estudio de aspectos teóricos en comparación con experiencias que caracterizan a las organizaciones universitarias. Situación que permitió, determinar que el uso de las TIC, aunado a la gestión del conocimiento y al aprendizaje organizacional, deben concebirse, como recursos que permiten la vinculación e integración de la estrategia y la tecnología, con los factores endógenos y exógenos de la organización, facilitando de este modo la acción interactiva entre todos los componentes del sistema.

  2. Emdogain--periodontal regeneration based on biomimicry.

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    Gestrelius, S; Lyngstadaas, S P; Hammarström, L

    2000-06-01

    Biomimicry has been introduced as a term for innovations inspired by nature [1]. Such innovations may appear in almost every part of modern society. This review on the effects of enamel matrix proteins on the formation of cementum and the development of emdogain for regeneration of periodontal tissues lost due to periodontitis shows an example of biomimicry in dentistry. Findings from clinical and laboratory investigations are summarized and the biological basis for enamel matrix-induced periodontal regeneration is discussed.

  3. MicroRNAs and Periodontal Homeostasis.

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    Luan, X; Zhou, X; Trombetta-eSilva, J; Francis, M; Gaharwar, A K; Atsawasuwan, P; Diekwisch, T G H

    2017-05-01

    MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are a group of small RNAs that control gene expression in all aspects of eukaryotic life, primarily through RNA silencing mechanisms. The purpose of the present review is to introduce key miRNAs involved in periodontal homeostasis, summarize the mechanisms by which they affect downstream genes and tissues, and provide an introduction into the therapeutic potential of periodontal miRNAs. In general, miRNAs function synergistically to fine-tune the regulation of biological processes and to remove expression noise rather than by causing drastic changes in expression levels. In the periodontium, miRNAs play key roles in development and periodontal homeostasis and during the loss of periodontal tissue integrity as a result of periodontal disease. As part of the anabolic phase of periodontal homeostasis and periodontal development, miRNAs direct periodontal fibroblasts toward alveolar bone lineage differentiation and new bone formation through WNT, bone morphogenetic protein, and Notch signaling pathways. miRNAs contribute equally to the catabolic aspect of periodontal homeostasis as they affect osteoclastogenesis and osteoclast function, either by directly promoting osteoclast activity or by inhibiting osteoclast signaling intermediaries or through negative feedback loops. Their small size and ability to target multiple regulatory networks of related sets of genes have predisposed miRNAs to become ideal candidates for drug delivery and tissue regeneration. To address the immense therapeutic potential of miRNAs and their antagomirs, an ever growing number of delivery approaches toward clinical applications have been developed, including nanoparticle carriers and secondary structure interference inhibitor systems. However, only a fraction of the miRNAs involved in periodontal health and disease are known today. It is anticipated that continued research will lead to a more comprehensive understanding of the periodontal miRNA world, and a systematic

  4. Protein Biomarkers of Periodontitis in Saliva

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    Taylor, John J.

    2014-01-01

    Periodontitis is a chronic inflammatory condition of the tissues that surround and support the teeth and is initiated by inappropriate and excessive immune responses to bacteria in subgingival dental plaque leading to loss of the integrity of the periodontium, compromised tooth function, and eventually tooth loss. Periodontitis is an economically important disease as it is time-consuming and expensive to treat. Periodontitis has a worldwide prevalence of 5–15% and the prevalence of severe dis...

  5. Identification of periodontal pathogens in atherosclerotic vessels

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    Fiehn, Nils-Erik; Larsen, Tove; Christiansen, Natalia

    2005-01-01

    Epidemiological studies have shown that periodontitis may be associated with presence of atherosclerosis. DNA from periodontal pathogens has been detected in atherosclerotic lesions, but viable oral bacteria have not yet been isolated from atherosclerotic plaques. The purpose of the present study...... was to determine if viable oral bacteria could be isolated from atherosclerotic lesions and if DNA from periodontal pathogens could be detected by use of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) techniques....

  6. Novedades en soporte vital básico y desfibrilación externa semiautomática

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    López-Messa, J.B.; Herrero-Ansola, P.; Pérez-Vela, J.L.; Martín-Hernández, H.

    2011-01-01

    Durante la resucitación, el soporte vital básico (SVB) y la desfibrilación externa automática hacen referencia a las maniobras de mantenimiento de la permeabilidad de la vía aérea, el apoyo de la respiración y de la circulación, sin el uso de otro equipo que un dispositivo de barrera, y el uso de un desfibrilador externo automático (DEA). Se presentan a continuación algunas de las novedades más importantes que incorporan las nuevas recomendaciones internacionales en resucitación de 2010. Se d...

  7. Asociación entre enfermedad periodontal y disfunción endotelial valorada por vasodilatación mediada por flujo en la arteria braquial: Estudio piloto Association between periodontal disease and endothelial dysfunction assessed by flow-mediated dilation in the brachial artery: Pilot study

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    Álvaro J Ruiz

    2013-02-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: evaluar la disfunción endotelial a través de la vasodilatación mediada por flujo (VMF en la arteria braquial en pacientes fumadores con periodontitis crónica avanzada y compararla con pacientes fumadores sin enfermedad periodontal, para determinar si hay diferencias en cuando a disfunción endotelial entre quienes presentan o no periodontitis crónica avanzada. Métodos: se incluyeron 30 pacientes con hábito de tabaquismo, 15 con periodontitis crónica avanzada y 15 sin periodontitis. Se realizó historia clínica completa, exámenes de laboratorio y prueba de vasodilatación mediada por flujo de la arteria braquial. Resultados: el estudio mostró que había diferencias significativas en los diámetros finales, resultantes de vasodilatación mediada por flujo (p=0,0328, con menores valores finales para quienes tenían enfermedad periodontal. Las diferencias en las respuestas porcentuales y en el número de personas con disfunción determinada dicotómicamente, no alcanzaron significación estadística. Conclusión: se observó que el grupo de pacientes con periodontitis crónica avanzada tuvo diámetros resultantes luego de la prueba que fueron significativamente menores que los del grupo de controles. Aunque al evaluar las diferencias en porcentajes no se alcanzó significación estadística, el estudio mostró una respuesta claramente menor en vasodilatación en el grupo con enfermedad periodontal.Objective: To evaluate endothelial dysfunction through flow-mediated vasodilation (FMD in the brachial artery in smokers with advanced chronic periodontitis and compare it with smokers without periodontal disease, to determine whether there are differences in endothelial dysfunction among those with or without advanced chronic periodontitis. Methods: We included 30 patients with smoking habit, 15 with advanced chronic periodontitis and 15 without periodontal disease. We performed a complete medical history, laboratory tests and flow

  8. Diabetes mellitus and periodontal health: dentists' knowledge.

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    Al-Khabbaz, Areej K; Al-Shammari, Khalaf F

    2011-01-01

    There is a strong body of evidence to support the relationship between periodontal diseases and diabetes mellitus. Unless dental practitioners are aware of this link, they cannot apply the information to their daily practice. The aim of the study was, therefore, to evaluate the knowledge of dental practitioners concerning the effect of diabetes on periodontal health. This was a cross-sectional survey of randomly selected dental practitioners in Kuwait. Participants were asked about specific periodontal complications which they believed that patients diagnosed with diabetes were more susceptible to. A total of 220 dental practitioners (133 general dental practitioners and 87 dental specialists) participated in the study. Less than 60% of all study participants reported that tooth loss due to periodontal reasons and periodontal abscess were frequent among diabetic patients. Dental specialists, especially periodontists, were significantly more aware of periodontal complications associated with diabetes. Factors significantly associated with having knowledge about the effect of diabetes on periodontal health in logistic regression analysis were dentists who were older and those who were specialists. The results of this study indicate that knowledge about the effects of diabetes on periodontal health among this sample of dental practitioners is generally low, and dentists may underestimate the outcomes of periodontal diseases in diabetic patients. Copyright © 2011 S. Karger AG, Basel.

  9. Link between rheumatoid arthritis and chronic periodontitis

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    Tomasz Kaczyński

    2018-03-01

    Full Text Available Chronic periodontitis is an infectious disease associated with the progressive destruction of periodontal tissues. In recent years, more and more data indicate an existing relationship between periodontal disease and rheumatoid arthritis. The link between both diseases has been confirmed in multiple studies. Despite the fact that this association might be based on shared environmental and genetic risk factors, a possible causal relation was advocated by experimental, epidemiological and interventional studies, with the leading role of Porphyromonas gingivalis. Individuals with chronic periodontitis are at an increased risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, as well as rheumatoid arthritis patients are at an increased risk of chronic periodontitis and more severe forms of periodontitis. Furthermore, there is a correlation between the activity in both diseases – patients with more severe periodontitis suffer from more active rheumatoid arthritis. Intervention attempts were also performed, which demonstrated that eliminating periodontal infection and inflammation can affect the severity of rheumatoid arthritis. In this paper, we review the current knowledge about the link between both diseases, focusing on its clinical implications. Will periodontal treatment become a part of standard therapy for rheumatoid arthritis?

  10. Linkage Between Periodontal Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis

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    Holmstrup, Palle; Nielsen, Claus Henrik

    2016-01-01

    The past decades have significantly widened the perspectives of the chronic oral infectious disease known as periodontitis. The disease is regarded as a bacterial infection resulting in low-grade inflammation of the periodontal tissues, and both the associated release of pro-inflammatory mediators...... and the presence of bacteria in the periodontal pockets, which, as the result of daily procedures, may spread after penetration of the vasculature, are possible mediators of systemic consequences. The present chapter deals with the possible association of periodontitis with rheumatoid arthritis, which may possess...

  11. Linkage Between Periodontal Disease and Diabetes Mellitus

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    Holmstrup, Palle; Flyvbjerg, Allan

    2016-01-01

    The past decades have significantly widened the perspectives of the chronic oral infectious disease known as periodontitis. The disease is regarded as a bacterial infection resulting in low-grade inflammation of the periodontal tissues, and both the associated release of pro-inflammatory mediators...... and the presence of bacteria in the periodontal pockets, which, as the result of daily procedures, may spread after penetration of the vasculature, are possible mediators of systemic consequences. This chapter deals with the possible association between periodontitis and diabetes mellitus which is believed...

  12. Common Periodontal Diseases of Children and Adolescents

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    Hayat Al-Ghutaimel

    2014-01-01

    “microbiology of periodontal diseases,” “classification of periodontal diseases,” “epidemiology of periodontal diseases,” and “treatment of periodontal diseases.” Articles were evaluated by title and/or abstract and relevance to pediatric dentistry. Sixty-five citations were selected by this method and by the references within the chosen articles. A review of the comprehensive textbooks on pediatric dentistry and periodontology was done. Some recommendations were based on the opinions of experienced researchers and clinicians, when data were inconclusive.

  13. Periodontal Disease and Pregnancy Outcomes

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    Babalola, Dolapo A.; Omole, Folashade

    2010-01-01

    An increasing number of studies are confirming an association between periodontal disease (PD) and adverse outcomes in pregnancy. PD places pregnant women at greater risk for preterm birth than alcohol consumption or smoking. This underscores the importance of offering dental screening to women who are pregnant or contemplating pregnancy and the need for physicians who provide obstetric care to be aware of the possible connection between poor dental health and poor pregnancy outcomes.

  14. Periodontal Disease and Pregnancy Outcomes

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    Dolapo A. Babalola

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available An increasing number of studies are confirming an association between periodontal disease (PD and adverse outcomes in pregnancy. PD places pregnant women at greater risk for preterm birth than alcohol consumption or smoking. This underscores the importance of offering dental screening to women who are pregnant or contemplating pregnancy and the need for physicians who provide obstetric care to be aware of the possible connection between poor dental health and poor pregnancy outcomes.

  15. Inmovilización de lactobacillus helveticus en soportes vítreos obtenidos por tecnología sol-gel

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    Betancur, J. F.

    2003-04-01

    células de lactobacillus helveticus por atrapamiento en soportes vítreos elaborados mediante tecnología sol-gel, utilizando como precursor tetraetil-orto-silicato (TEOS. Posteriormente, se determina la viabilidad de las células inmovilizadas a través de su capacidad de convertir en ácido láctico la lactosa proveniente del suero de leche. Éstos resultados se compararon con los obtenidos utilizando células libres bajo las mismas condiciones de operación, y se observó que las células inmovilizadas además de conservar su actividad metabólica, en algunos casos mejoraron la conversión a ácido láctico. Se obtuvieron partículas estables con distribución de tamaño de 1 a 3 mm, buena resistencia mecánica y un tamaño de poro que no resultó altamente restrictivo a la transferencia de moléculas entre sustrato y producto. Finalmente, se determinó que las células inmovilizadas mostraban buen comportamiento durante al menos cinco fermentaciones sucesivas de 40 horas cada una.

  16. Esthetics in periodontics and implantology.

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    Zucchelli, Giovanni; Sharma, Praveen; Mounssif, Ilham

    2018-06-01

    Periodontal plastic surgery comprises an increasing part of clinical periodontology. Clinical trials have traditionally used professionals to judge esthetic outcome, and few studies have addressed patient needs and requests (true end points). Development of universally accepted and validated methods for professional esthetic assessment, together with standardized questionnaires for patient-perceived outcome, may help to provide better insights into the true needs and benefits of periodontal and implant-associated plastic surgery. In this volume of Periodontology 2000, experienced researchers and clinicians from different subdisciplines of periodontology evaluate: treatment of gingival recession with or without papilla elevation; clinical crown lengthening in the natural dentition and in prosthodontic preparative treatment; periodontal regeneration around natural teeth; and soft-tissue augmentation in edentulous areas. Similarly, experts in different areas of implant science address esthetic outcomes with single and multiple implant rehabilitation, alveolar ridge preservation, implant positioning and immediate implant placement in the esthetic zone. © 2018 John Wiley & Sons A/S. Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  17. Periodontal disease and women's health.

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    Martelli, Maria Luisa; Brandi, Maria Luisa; Martelli, Marialaura; Nobili, Piero; Medico, Enzo; Martelli, Francesco

    2017-06-01

    Periodontal disease (PD) is a multifactorial inflammatory condition in which inappropriate interaction between the host immune response and specific groups of bacterial pathogens leads to destruction of connective and bone tissues supporting the tooth. Dissemination of pathogens, toxins, and immune complexes from and to periodontal lesions is at the basis of the increasingly recognized association between PD and various systemic diseases (SDs). Considering the growing attention of the medical community to "gender medicine", this review focuses on the association between PD and six systemic conditions heavily impacting women's health, with the aim of providing evidence in support of a joint effort between physicians and dentists to improve clinical management of these conditions. We considered systematic reviews, meta-analyses and narrative reviews evaluating all possible associations between periodontitis, systemic diseases and women. Gender prevalence for PD is discordant, but the literature strongly supports an association between PD and female infertility and adverse pregnancy outcomes. Moreover, PD is bidirectionally linked to several systemic diseases characterized by an established female gender bias, i.e. osteoporosis (OP), cardiovascular diseases (CVD), autoimmunity, Alzheimer's disease (AD) and cancer. Overall, the literature data reviewed here provides a strong foundation for further characterization of molecular and microbial drivers of PD and of several female-prevalent systemic diseases, highlighting the possible importance of a good oral condition in preventing or attenuating women's systemic diseases.

  18. Suporte de cabeça para cirurgia da coluna vertebral: nota técnica Soporte de cabeza para cirúgia de columna vertebral: nota técnica Head support for spinal surgery: technical note

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    Guilherme Zanini Rocha

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    Full Text Available Descreve-se um suporte de cabeça para cirurgia da coluna vertebral, que permite a colocação da cabeça do paciente em alinhamento neutro com o corpo e monitorização da posição de olhos, boca, nariz e tubo orotraqueal, evitando danos decorrentes de mau posicionamento durante a cirurgia.Se describe un soporte de cabeza para la cirugía de columna vertebral que permite la colocación de la cabeza del paciente en alineación neutra con el cuerpo y el control de la posición de ojos, boca, nariz y tubo oro-traqueal, evitando los daños causados por el posicionamiento incorrecto durante la cirugía.We describe a head support for spinal surgery that allows the placement of the patient's head in neutral alignment with the body and monitoring the position of the eyes, mouth, nose and orotracheal tube, preventing damages from poor positioning during surgery.

  19. Oxidación catalítica de a-pineno con metiltrioxorenio inmovilizado en resinas

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    Lina María González R.

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    Full Text Available Se investigó la inmovilización del catalizador homogéneo metiltrioxorenio (MTO, CH3ReO3, en resinas basadas en vinilpiridina sintetizadas por diferentes procedimientos. Los catalizadores se caracterizaron por espectroscopia IR y UV-Vis y la composición elemental de nitrógeno y renio se determinó por ICP-MS. Los análisis FTIR indicaron la presencia de grupos ReO3 y ReO en los catalizadores heterogeneizados; en los análisis UV-Vis se observaron nuevas bandas después de tratar los soportes con MTO. La eficiencia de incorporación de renio fue mayor en PVP comercial y en el copolímero preparado en suspensión. Además, la oxidación del soporte disminuyó la incorporación del MTO. Los catalizadores se evaluaron en la oxidación de α-pineno con peróxido de hidrógeno. Los catalizadores soportados en PVP presentaron baja conversión del α-pineno (7%, pero la selectividad al epóxido de α-pineno fue alta (92%. Además, la más alta conversión del α-pineno (50% se obtuvo con el MTO en los soportes copolimerizados y oxidados; con MeCN/DCM como solvente se obtuvieron principalmente aldehído canfolénico y sobrerol, productos de rearreglo del epóxido. En general, la eficiencia del oxidante fue baja y ésta se favoreció en terbutanol y acetato de etilo como solventes

  20. Morphometric assessment of periodontal tissues in relation to periodontal disease in dogs.

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    Kyllar, Michal; Doskarova, Barbora; Paral, Vaclav

    2013-01-01

    Dimensions of periodontal tissues are thought to predispose to the development of periodontal disease in man and dogs. Several studies have suggested that thin gingiva correlates with an increased incidence of periodontal disease. In this study, we hypothesized that the dimensions of periodontal tissues will vary in different breeds of dogs and could possibly correlate with the incidence of periodontal disease. Forty-two jaws of dogs aged up to 5-years were examined post-mortem and gingival and alveolar bone thickness were measured using methods of transgingival probing and digital calipers, respectively. Dogs were divided into three groups based on their body weight. Group I (dogs compared with small and medium-sized breed dogs. Both gingival and alveolar bone dimensions may be predictors for severity of periodontal disease and influence clinical outcome in certain periodontal surgical procedures.

  1. Exploración de nuevos soportes digitales. Tadvertising como oportunidad para la creatividad publicitaria.

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    Patricia Comesaña Comesaña

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    Las tabletas digitales han revolucionado el mercado de los dispositivos móviles y han cambiado la forma en la que el usuario interactúa con la publicidad. Se han definido nuevas estrategias, nuevas tipologías de apps, nuevos formatos interactivos y no interactivos; y se han encontrado grandes posibilidades para los anunciantes. Este libro pretende mostrar algunas de las estrategias publicitarias más comunes entre el anunciante, así casos de éxito en el mundo de las tabletas digitales que los ...

  2. SOPORTE TECNOLÓGICO Y GESTIÓN EDUCATIVA DE LA INMIGRACIÓN

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    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available La inmigración se ha ido conformando a lo largo de las últimas décadas como un fenómeno de creciente importancia, y, sobre todo, uno de los mayores retos a los que tendrá que hacer frente la sociedad en su conjunto y, en particular, las instituciones educativas. De manera simultánea, asistimos a un intenso desarrollo de las TIC con clara repercusión en el terreno educativo y en la actuación de sus profesionales. Por todo ello, uno los principales propósitos de este trabajo es poner de manifiesto las posibilidades que ofrecen las TIC en una sociedad como la actual donde la multiculturalidad plantea nuevos desafíos. Sabemos, tras el recorrido realizado, que la tecnología pone a nuestra disposición recursos de enorme potencial que, en mayor o menor medida, pueden ser de gran ayuda para trabajar a favor de una educación más comprometida con la equidad en la esfera pública.

  3. Longitudinal Association Of Alcohol Consumption To Periodontitis

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    Kongstad, Johanne; Hach, Maria; Hvidtfeldt, Ulla Arthur

    pocket depth (PPD) and calculation of clinical attachment level (CAL). Periodontitis was defined according to severe periodontitis as ≥2 interproximal sites with CAL ≥6mm (not on the same tooth) and ≥1 interproximal site with PPD ≥5mm (Page & Eke 2007). Alcohol consumption and relevant covariates were...

  4. An update on periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships.

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    Dannan, Aous

    2010-01-01

    Talking about periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships is related primarily to the 1960s, where a generalized increase in salivary bacterial counts, especially Lactobacillus, had been shown after orthodontic band placement. The purpose of this article is to provide the dental practitioner with basic understanding of the interrelationship between periodontics and orthodontics by means of representing classical studies, and, to give an update on this topic by demonstrating the most recent opinions concerning periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships. Specific areas reviewed are the ability of orthodontic treatment to afford some degree of protection against periodontal breakdown, short-term and long-term effects of orthodontic treatment on the periodontium, and some mucogingival considerations. Topics considering orthodontic treatment in periodontally compromised patients were not included in this review. While past studies have shown that orthodontic treatment can positively affect the periodontal health, recent reviews indicate an absence of reliable evidence for the positive effects of orthodontic therapy on patients' periodontal status. Periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships are still controversial issues. However, a standard language between the periodontist and the orthodontist must always be established to eliminate the existing communications barrier, and to improve the outcomes of the whole treatment.

  5. An update on periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships

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    Dannan Aous

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Talking about periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships is related primarily to the 1960s, where a generalized increase in salivary bacterial counts, especially Lactobacillus, had been shown after orthodontic band placement. The purpose of this article is to provide the dental practitioner with basic understanding of the interrelationship between periodontics and orthodontics by means of representing classical studies, and, to give an update on this topic by demonstrating the most recent opinions concerning periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships. Specific areas reviewed are the ability of orthodontic treatment to afford some degree of protection against periodontal breakdown, short-term and long-term effects of orthodontic treatment on the periodontium, and some mucogingival considerations. Topics considering orthodontic treatment in periodontally compromised patients were not included in this review. While past studies have shown that orthodontic treatment can positively affect the periodontal health, recent reviews indicate an absence of reliable evidence for the positive effects of orthodontic therapy on patients′ periodontal status. Periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships are still controversial issues. However, a standard language between the periodontist and the orthodontist must always be established to eliminate the existing communications barrier, and to improve the outcomes of the whole treatment.

  6. Essentials of Periodontal Medicine in Preventive Medicine

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    Gulati, Minkle; Anand, Vishal; Jain, Nikil; Anand, Bhargavi; Bahuguna, Rohit; Govila, Vivek; Rastogi, Pavitra

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    Influence of systemic disorders on periodontal diseases is well established. However, of growing interest is the effect of periodontal diseases on numerous systemic diseases or conditions like cardiovascular disease, cerebrovascular disease, diabetes, pre-term low birth weight babies, preeclampsia, respiratory infections and others including osteoporosis, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, erectile dysfunction, Alzheimer′s disease, gastrointestinal disease, prostatitis, renal diseases, which has a...

  7. Estimation of salivary neopterin in chronic periodontitis.

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    Mahendra, Little; Mahendra, Jaideep; Borra, Sai Krishna; Nagarajan, Aishwarya

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    Periodontal diseases are the most common bacterial infection predominantly associated with Gram-negative microorganisms that exist in the subgingival biofilm. Analysis of saliva provides a noninvasive means of evaluating the role of the host response in periodontal disease. Though salivary enzymes can be used as the biomarkers, neopterin has been recently used as one of the important diagnostic tools in the field of periodontics. Hence, we aimed to identify the neopterin levels in unsimulated saliva from the chronic periodontitis patients and compare them with the periodontally healthy subjects. Twenty subjects participated in the study and were categorized as the experimental group (chronic periodontitis patients) and control groups (healthy subjects). Unstimulated saliva samples were collected from both the groups for neopterin estimation. Neopterin in saliva was estimated using Shimadzu High Performance Liquid Chromatography with LC-20AD pump system, equipped with RF-10 AXL fluorescence detector. Data were expressed as mean±SD and analyzed using GraphPad Prism version 6.0 (California, USA). Statistical analysis was done by Student's t-test. The neopterin level in unstimulated saliva was found to be higher in the experimental group than the control group with P≤0.05. The chronic periodontitis patients showed higher neopterin level in unstimulated saliva as compared to control. Hence, neopterin can be used as a potential biomarker for identification of the periodontal disease in its initial stage can help in preventing the disease progression.

  8. Uncovering the molecular networks in periodontitis

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    Trindade, Fábio; Oppenheim, Frank G.; Helmerhorst, Eva J.; Amado, Francisco; Gomes, Pedro S.; Vitorino, Rui

    2015-01-01

    Periodontitis is a complex immune-inflammatory disease that results from a preestablished infection in gingiva, mainly due to Gram-negative bacteria that colonize deeper in gingival sulcus and latter periodontal pocket. Host inflammatory and immune responses have both protective and destructive roles. Although cytokines, prostaglandins, and proteases struggle against microbial burden, these molecules promote connective tissue loss and alveolar bone resorption, leading to several histopathological changes, namely destruction of periodontal ligament, deepening of periodontal pocket, and bone loss, which can converge to attain tooth loss. Despite the efforts of genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics/peptidomics, and metabolomics, there is no available biomarker for periodontitis diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment evaluation, which could assist on the established clinical evaluation. Nevertheless, some genes, transcripts, proteins and metabolites have already shown a different expression in healthy subjects and in patients. Though, so far, ‘omics approaches only disclosed the host inflammatory response as a consequence of microbial invasion in periodontitis and the diagnosis in periodontitis still relies on clinical parameters, thus a molecular tool for assessing periodontitis lacks in current dental medicine paradigm. Saliva and gingival crevicular fluid have been attracting researchers due to their diagnostic potential, ease, and noninvasive nature of collection. Each one of these fluids has some advantages and disadvantages that are discussed in this review. PMID:24828325

  9. Diagnosis of periodontal diseases using different classification ...

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    The codes created for risk factors, periodontal data, and radiographically bone loss were formed as a matrix structure and regarded as inputs for the classification unit. A total of six periodontal conditions was the outputs of the classification unit. The accuracy of the suggested methods was compared according to their ...

  10. Periodontal Disease Awareness and Knowledge among Nigerian ...

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    Periodontal disease is highly prevalent and a costly to treat condition that impacts .... effective in helping young people learn positive and healthy models of behavior. .... periodontal disease as a preventable disease [Table 7]. Best preventive ..... oral hygiene habits, health knowledge, and sources of oral health information ...

  11. Comparative periodontal status of human immunodeficiency virus ...

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    Background: There are diverse reports on the prevalence and severity of chronic periodontitis in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) positive persons. Few studies have been carried out in developing countries in Sub.Saharan Africa. This study was aimed at comparing the prevalence and severity of chronic periodontitis of ...

  12. Relationship between alexithymia and chronic periodontitis | Sezer ...

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    The participants were divided into a chronic periodontitis group (n = 114) and a control group (n = 108) with no history of periodontitis. The Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS‑20) was used to evaluate alexithymia status of the subjects. Clinical data were collected on parameters such as the plaque index, bleeding on probing, ...

  13. Factores asociados al desgaste profesional en los trabajadores del soporte vital básico del País Vasco: Un estudio cualitativo Factors associated with professional burnout among basic life support caregivers in the Basque Country: A qualitative research

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    Full Text Available Objetivos: Identificar factores de riesgo de desgaste profesional percibidos por los técnicos en emergencias sanitarias de las unidades de soporte vital básico del País Vasco. Metodología: Investigación cualitativa realizada mediante análisis de discurso en ocho entrevistas individuales a trabajadores del soporte vital básico con puntuaciones compatibles con afectación por desgaste profesional en el Inventario de Burnout de Maslach. Las variables estructurales tenidas en cuenta para la elección de los participantes fueron la antigüedad profesional (superior o inferior a 10 años y el centro de trabajo. Resultados: Los trabajadores presentan disconformidad con la actual estructura organizacional del sistema de emergencias y falta de proyección y reconocimiento de su rol profesional. Además manifiestan un progresivo distanciamiento afectivo para con los pacientes, con quienes ha aumentado el número de enfrentamientos debidos a dificultades de entendimiento causadas por situaciones de inadecuación del uso de los recursos asistenciales. Conclusiones: La estructura de organización del sistema de emergencias, el trato con el paciente y su familia y la situación profesional del técnico en emergencias son percibidos como elementos clave predisponentes de desgaste profesional.Objective: To identify possible factors associated with professional burnout among basic life support caregivers in the Basque Country. Method: A qualitative research was performed. We conducted an analysis of the discus of eight interpretive individual interviews with caregivers in basic life support units who presented scores compatible with burnout on the Maslach Burnout Inventory. The selection of participants was intentional. Results: The data analysis found that ambulance personnel have disagreed with emergency system organizational structure and recognition of their professional role. They show a progressive emotional detachment to patients. An inadequate use

  14. PERIODONTAL INFECTIONS AS A RISK FACTOR FOR VARIOUS SYSTEMIC DISEASES

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    A healthy periodontium is needed for the general well being of an individual. However, periodontal diseases are common and periodontal infections are increasingly associated with systemic diseases. The literature is focused on the association between periodontal infections and systemic diseases. The individuals with periodontal disease may be at higher risk for adverse medical outcomes including cardiovascular diseases, respiratory infections, adverse pregnancy outcomes, rheumatoid arthritis ...

  15. Does diabetes increase the risk of periodontitis?

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    Nascimento, Gustavo G; Leite, Fábio R M; Vestergaard, Peter

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    AIM: Even though the association between diabetes and periodontitis is taken for granted, results on this association are conflicting within the literature. This systematic review assessed whether poorly controlled diabetes was associated with periodontitis onset or progression. METHODS: Electronic...... searches were performed in PubMed, Scopus and Embase databases. Hand search was carried out in the reference list of all articles included. Gray literature was investigated with a Google Scholar search. Prospective longitudinal studies on the association between diabetes and periodontitis were considered...... for this review. Studies should have presented at least two measurements of periodontal conditions over time. Data on study design, crude and adjusted estimates were collected. We used meta-analysis to estimate the pooled effect of hyperglycemia in people with diabetes on periodontitis onset or progression. Meta...

  16. Smoking-a true periodontal hazard

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    Mani Ameet M, Mani Shubhangi A, Tejnani Avneesh H, Gupta Ankit

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    Full Text Available It is now well established that tobacco use in general and cigarette smoking in particular, is a major risk factor in the incidence and severity of several forms of periodontal diseases.A large number of studies have been published in the dental literature regarding this possible role. Much of the literature has also indicated that smokers affected with periodontitis respond less favourably to periodontal treatment be it non-surgical, surgical or regenerative. Numerous studies of the potential mechanisms whereby smoking tobacco may predispose to periodontal disease have been conducted, and it appears that smoking may affect the vasculature, the humoral immune system, and the cellular immune and inflammatory systems, and have effects throughout the cytokine and adhesion molecule network. The aim of this review is to consider the evidence for the association between smoking and periodontal diseases and to highlight the biological mechanisms whereby smoking may affect the periodontium.

  17. Essentials of periodontal medicine in preventive medicine.

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    Gulati, Minkle; Anand, Vishal; Jain, Nikil; Anand, Bhargavi; Bahuguna, Rohit; Govila, Vivek; Rastogi, Pavitra

    2013-09-01

    Influence of systemic disorders on periodontal diseases is well established. However, of growing interest is the effect of periodontal diseases on numerous systemic diseases or conditions like cardiovascular disease, cerebrovascular disease, diabetes, pre-term low birth weight babies, preeclampsia, respiratory infections and others including osteoporosis, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, erectile dysfunction, Alzheimer's disease, gastrointestinal disease, prostatitis, renal diseases, which has also been scientifically validated. This side of the oral-systemic link has been termed Periodontal Medicine and is potentially of great public health significance, as periodontal disease is largely preventable and in many instances readily treatable, hence, providing many new opportunities for preventing and improving prognosis of several systemic pathologic conditions. This review article highlights the importance of prevention and treatment of periodontal diseases as an essential part of preventive medicine to circumvent its deleterious effects on general health.

  18. Essentials of periodontal medicine in preventive medicine

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    Minkle Gulati

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Influence of systemic disorders on periodontal diseases is well established. However, of growing interest is the effect of periodontal diseases on numerous systemic diseases or conditions like cardiovascular disease, cerebrovascular disease, diabetes, pre-term low birth weight babies, preeclampsia, respiratory infections and others including osteoporosis, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, erectile dysfunction, Alzheimer′s disease, gastrointestinal disease, prostatitis, renal diseases, which has also been scientifically validated. This side of the oral-systemic link has been termed Periodontal Medicine and is potentially of great public health significance, as periodontal disease is largely preventable and in many instances readily treatable, hence, providing many new opportunities for preventing and improving prognosis of several systemic pathologic conditions. This review article highlights the importance of prevention and treatment of periodontal diseases as an essential part of preventive medicine to circumvent its deleterious effects on general health.

  19. Scope of photodynamic therapy in periodontics

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    Vivek Kumar

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Periodontal disease results from inflammation of the supporting structure of the teeth and in response to chronic infection caused by various periodontopathic bacteria. The mechanical removal of this biofilm and adjunctive use of antibacterial disinfectants and antibiotics have been the conventional methods of periodontal therapy. However, the removal of plaque and the reduction in the number of infectious organisms can be impaired in sites with difficult access. Photodynamic therapy (PDT is a powerful laser-initiated photochemical reaction, involving the use of a photoactive dye (photosensitizer activated by light of a specific wavelength in the presence of oxygen. Application of PDT in periodontics such as pocket debridement, gingivitis, and aggressive periodontitis continue to evolve into a mature clinical treatment modality and is considered as a promising novel approach for eradicating pathogenic bacteria in periodontitis.

  20. Scope of photodynamic therapy in periodontics.

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    Kumar, Vivek; Sinha, Jolly; Verma, Neelu; Nayan, Kamal; Saimbi, C S; Tripathi, Amitandra K

    2015-01-01

    Periodontal disease results from inflammation of the supporting structure of the teeth and in response to chronic infection caused by various periodontopathic bacteria. The mechanical removal of this biofilm and adjunctive use of antibacterial disinfectants and antibiotics have been the conventional methods of periodontal therapy. However, the removal of plaque and the reduction in the number of infectious organisms can be impaired in sites with difficult access. Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a powerful laser-initiated photochemical reaction, involving the use of a photoactive dye (photosensitizer) activated by light of a specific wavelength in the presence of oxygen. Application of PDT in periodontics such as pocket debridement, gingivitis, and aggressive periodontitis continue to evolve into a mature clinical treatment modality and is considered as a promising novel approach for eradicating pathogenic bacteria in periodontitis.

  1. Some modern aspects of periodontal disease

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    Bergenholtz, A.; Jorkjend, L.

    1990-01-01

    During the last three to four decades, extensive changes in opinion concerning the etiology, pathogenesis, and treatment of periodontal disease have taken place. During these decades, contributing factors are standardized and controlled trials, as well as epidemiological studies, were performed. Periodontics is no longer an art as it was at the end of the 19th century- it is a science based on research. Pyorrhea alveoiaris or periodontitis has been considered a multifactorial disease with bad prognosis which, together with caries, causes loss of teeth in the population. It was supposed to affect most of the population with age progress, trauma from occlusion, systemic diseases, and bad oral hygiene. The discovery that plaque was the cause of gingivitis, and that the subgingival microflora differed in composition between sites, teeth, and individuals created new suggestions and demands for the treatment of periodontal disease. The aim of this paper is to summarize some modern aspects on periodontal disease. (author)

  2. Cytokine ratios in chronic periodontitis and type 2 diabetes mellitus.

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    Acharya, Anirudh B; Thakur, Srinath; Muddapur, M V; Kulkarni, Raghavendra D

    Chronic periodontitis may influence systemic cytokines in type 2 diabetes. This study aimed to evaluate the cytokine ratios in type 2 diabetes with, and without chronic periodontitis. Gingival status, periodontal, glycemic parameters and serum cytokines were evaluated in participants grouped as healthy, chronic periodontitis, and type 2 diabetes with, and without chronic periodontitis. Cytokine ratios showed significant differences in type 2 diabetes and chronic periodontitis, were highest in participants having both type 2 diabetes and chronic periodontitis, with a statistically significant cut-off point and area under curve by receiver operating characteristic. Copyright © 2016 Diabetes India. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  3. Periodontal treatment outcomes during pregnancy and postpartum.

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    Moreira, Carlos Heitor Cunha; Weidlich, Patrícia; Fiorini, Tiago; da Rocha, José Mariano; Musskopf, Marta Liliana; Susin, Cristiano; Oppermann, Rui Vicente; Rösing, Cassiano Kuchenbecker

    2015-09-01

    This study was conducted to compare periodontal therapy outcomes during pregnancy and after delivery. One hundred nine pregnant women up to the 20th gestational week (GW) were randomized into two groups: the test group (comprehensive periodontal therapy during pregnancy) and the control group (comprehensive periodontal therapy after delivery). Periodontal examinations comprised plaque index (PI), gingival index (GI), periodontal probing depth (PPD), clinical attachment level (CAL), bleeding on probing (BOP), and gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) volume. After baseline examination, women in the test group received periodontal treatment up to the 24th GW. The final examination was performed at the 26th to the 28th GW. Women in the control group were treated 30 days after delivery and reexamined 30 days after treatment. Periodontal therapy significantly reduced periodontal inflammation in both groups. The mean percentage of sites with BOP was reduced from 49.14 % (±22.49) to 11.10 % (±7.84) and from 45.71 % (±17.86) to 8.07 % (±5.21) in the test and control groups, respectively (p = 0.95). No statistically significant differences were observed between groups concerning PI, GI, PPD, CAL, and GCF. The reduction in mean percentage of sites with BOP stratified for initial PPD ≥4 mm was higher in the control group (p pregnancy do not interfere in treatment outcomes in women with widespread gingival inflammation and limited periodontal destruction. The role of these hormonal changes in pregnant women with different disease patterns remains uncertain. Periodontal health can be reestablished irrespective of the hormonal challenge that takes place during pregnancy.

  4. Perspectivas de desarrollo para el documentalismo, el documental en soporte digital

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    Lic. Manuela Penafria

    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available El documental tiene una historia reciente. Al contrario de lo que generalmente se afirma, entendemos que el documental no nace al mismo tiempo que el cine. Las primeras experiencias con las imágenes en movimiento tenían por objeto tan sólo registrar acontecimientos de la vida cotidiana de las personas y de los animales. Así, la contribución de los pioneros del cine para el documental fue mostrar que el material base de trabajo para el documental son las imágenes recogidas en los lugares donde ocurren los acontecimientos. O dicho de otra forma, es el registro in loco que encontramos en el inicio del cine que constituye la raíz (principio base en que se asienta la producción documental.

  5. Exploración de nuevos soportes digitales. Tadvertising como oportunidad para la creatividad publicitaria.

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    Patricia Comesaña Comesaña

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Las tabletas digitales han revolucionado el mercado de los dispositivos móviles y han cambiado la forma en la que el usuario interactúa con la publicidad. Se han definido nuevas estrategias, nuevas tipologías de apps, nuevos formatos interactivos y no interactivos; y se han encontrado grandes posibilidades para los anunciantes. Este libro pretende mostrar algunas de las estrategias publicitarias más comunes entre el anunciante, así casos de éxito en el mundo de las tabletas digitales que los ejemplifiquen. El storytelling, el advergaming, el advertainment, la publicidad para revistas,la prensa diaria o las aplicaciones de anunciantes más descargadas configuran el Tabvertising, la denominada por el Interactive Advertising Bureau como publicidad creada para tabletas digitales.

  6. Periodontal abscess during supportive periodontal therapy: a review of the literature.

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    Silva, Geraldo L M; Soares, Rodrigo V; Zenóbio, Elton G

    2008-09-01

    The aim of this review is to present the current status of the occurrence and management of a periodontal abscess during supportive periodontal therapy (SPT). A periodontal abscess depicts typical features and has been described in patients under SPT in clinical trials. Common periodontal pathogens have been observed in this lesion and some etiologic factors may be responsible for its recurrence. This condition can be isolated or associated with factors that can change the prognosis of affected teeth. Although it has been frequently noticed in untreated periodontitis, the periodontal abscess can also occur in patients under SPT and has been regarded as one of the possible complications of SPT. Patients with a high susceptibility to periodontal disease lost more teeth than those with a healthy periodontium. Early diagnosis and appropriate intervention for periodontal abscesses in patients under SPT are extremely important for the management of the periodontal abscess since this condition can lead to loss of the involved tooth. A single case of a tooth diagnosed with periodontal abscess that responds favorably to adequate treatment does not seem to affect its longevity. An accurate diagnosis and adequate treatment can preserve the longevity of affected teeth.

  7. Role of periodontal pathogenic bacteria in RANKL-mediated bone destruction in periodontal disease.

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    Kajiya, Mikihito; Giro, Gabriela; Taubman, Martin A; Han, Xiaozhe; Mayer, Marcia P A; Kawai, Toshihisa

    2010-11-08

    Accumulated lines of evidence suggest that hyperimmune responses to periodontal bacteria result in the destruction of periodontal connective tissue and alveolar bone. The etiological roles of periodontal bacteria in the onset and progression of periodontal disease (PD) are well documented. However, the mechanism underlying the engagement of periodontal bacteria in RANKL-mediated alveolar bone resorption remains unclear. Therefore, this review article addresses three critical subjects. First, we discuss earlier studies of immune intervention, ultimately leading to the identification of bacteria-reactive lymphocytes as the cellular source of osteoclast-induction factor lymphokine (now called RANKL) in the context of periodontal bone resorption. Next, we consider (1) the effects of periodontal bacteria on RANKL production from a variety of adaptive immune effector cells, as well as fibroblasts, in inflamed periodontal tissue and (2) the bifunctional roles (upregulation vs. downregulation) of LPS produced from periodontal bacteria in a RANKL-induced osteoclast-signal pathway. Future studies in these two areas could lead to new therapeutic approaches for the management of PD by down-modulating RANKL production and/or RANKL-mediated osteoclastogenesis in the context of host immune responses against periodontal pathogenic bacteria.

  8. Nutrición parenteral total en una paciente gestante con pancreatitis aguda e hipertrigliceridemia por déficit de lipoproteín lipasa

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    Contreras-Bolívar, Victoria; González-Molero, Inmaculada; Valdivieso, Pedro; Olveira, Gabriel

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    Presentamos un caso de pancreatitis aguda severa inducida por hipertrigliceridemia secundaria a déficit de lipoproteín lipasa (LPL) en una paciente gestante con diabetes gestacional, manejada inicialmente con dieta, siendo necesario posteriormente llevar a cabo medidas de soporte nutricional artificial: nutrición parenteral total. El déficit de LPL causa hipertrigliceridemia severa y, frecuentemente, pancreatitis aguda de repetición, situación de difícil manejo y de importante gravedad durant...

  9. Active matrix metalloproteinase-8 and periodontal bacteria depending on periodontal status in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

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    Kirchner, A; Jäger, J; Krohn-Grimberghe, B; Patschan, S; Kottmann, T; Schmalz, G; Mausberg, R F; Haak, R; Ziebolz, D

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    The aim of this clinical cross-sectional study was to determine the level of active matrix metalloproteinase-8 (aMMP-8) and periodontal pathogenic bacteria in gingival crevicular fluid in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) with varying periodontal conditions. In total, 103 patients with RA and 104 healthy controls (HC) were included. The assessment of periodontal status included periodontal probing depth, bleeding on probing and clinical attachment loss. Periodontal disease was classified as healthy/mild, moderate or severe. For the determination of aMMP-8 levels using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and periodontal pathogenic bacteria using polymerase chain reaction, samples of gingival crevicular fluid were taken from the deepest gingival pockets. The statistical analyses used included a Mann-Whitney U-test, a chi-squared test or a Fisher's exact test, and the significance level was set at α = 5%. We found that 65% of patients with RA and 79% of HC had moderate to severe periodontal disease (p = 0.02). The prevalence of periodontal pathogens was almost equal (p > 0.05). Furthermore, depending on periodontal disease severity only minor differences in bacterial prevalence were detected. With increasing severity of periodontal disease, higher aMMP-8 levels were observed. Accordingly, a significant difference in patients with moderate periodontal disease (RA: 15.3 ± 13.8; HC: 9.1 ± 9.1; p ≤ 0.01) and severe periodontal disease (RA: 21.7 ± 13.3; HC: 13.1 ± 8.6; p = 0.07) was detected, with a greater tendency in the latter group. The increased aMMP-8 levels in the RA group indicate that the presence of RA appears to have an influence on the host response at a comparable level of bacterial load and periodontal disease severity. © 2017 John Wiley & Sons A/S. Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  10. Implicaciones éticas de la limitación de tratamientos de Soporte Vital desde la perspectiva Enfermera.

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    Delgado Rodríguez, Janet

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    Full Text Available The patients’ health care on their death process raises important ethical issues to health professionals and society in general. Great advances in biomedical science and technology during the second half of last century are the beginning to question the technological imperative. In such way, nowadays when the patient shows a bad prognosis of survival, low recoverability, etc, limitation of life-sustaining treatments is needed. In these cases, professionals have to prioritize the patient’s comfort at its highest level, for patient to die without suffering. However, there is in literature and in clinical practice much controversy about how to make decisions in such situations, and how to implement them, because there are many ethical issues involved around the limitation of life-sustaining treatments. The aim of this research article is to introduce nurses into the developed from Bioethics’ reflection around the complex issue of limiting life-sustaining treatments. Another pretension is to highlight which is the Nursing professional’s role in the whole thing, without losing of view that one of its contributions has to be the humanization of death process.ResumenLa atención sanitaria a un paciente en el proceso del morir plantea importantes cuestiones éticas a los profesionales sanitarios y a la sociedad en general. Debido a los grandes avances de la ciencia biomédica y de la tecnología durante la segunda mitad del siglo pasado, se empieza a cuestionar el imperativo tecnológico. De tal modo que hoy en día, cuando hay evidencias de que el paciente tiene un pronóstico negativo de supervivencia, escasa recuperabilidad, etc, se plantea la necesidad de limitar los tratamientos de soporte vital. En estos casos, los profesionales sanitarios han de priorizar el mayor grado de confort del paciente para que pueda morir sin sufrimiento, cuando ya no se puede curar. Sin embargo, tanto en la literatura como en la práctica asistencial hay una

  11. The Relationship Between Fatty Liver Disease and Periodontal Disease

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    Periodontitis is a highly prevalent and destructive chronic disease. Numerous studies support an association between periodontal disease and other...destruction seen in periodontal disease. The association between the two diseases has never been investigated. A reasonable mechanism in which periodontal ...disease may play a role in the destruction seen in NAFLD is the remote site infection of periodontal disease. Chewing and oral hygiene measures lead to

  12. Levels of Candidate Periodontal Pathogens in Subgingival Biofilm

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    Oliveira, R.R.D.S.; Fermiano, D.; Feres, M.; Figueiredo, L.C.; Teles, F.R.F.; Soares, G.M.S.; Faveri, M.

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    In recent years, several new periodontal taxa have been associated with the etiology of periodontitis. A recent systematic review provides further support for the pathogenic role of 17 species/phylotypes. Thus, the aim of this study was to assess the prevalence and levels of these species in subjects with generalized chronic periodontitis (GChP; n = 30), generalized aggressive periodontitis (GAgP; n = 30), and periodontal health (PH; n = 30). All subjects underwent clinical and microbiologica...

  13. Prevalence of Periodontal Disease in Children with Leukemia and Thalassemia

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    2014-01-01

    Background. Various periodontal disease can occur in children and adolescents. Some can take place quickly and periodontal tissue damage. Several previous studies indicate that systemic diseases associated with periodontal disease in children. Objectives. This study aims to determine the prevalence of periodontal disease in children with leukemia and thalassemia. Methods. The design study is a cross-sectional approach. Periodontal pocket depth measurements performed using the WHO standa...

  14. Periodontal disease and diabetes mellitus.

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    Negrato, Carlos Antonio; Tarzia, Olinda; Jovanovič, Lois; Chinellato, Luiz Eduardo Montenegro

    2013-01-01

    Periodontal disease (PD) is one of the most commonly known human chronic disorders. The relationship between PD and several systemic diseases such as diabetes mellitus (DM) has been increasingly recognized over the past decades. The purpose of this review is to provide the reader with knowledge concerning the relationship between PD and DM. Many articles have been published in the English and Portuguese literature over the last 50 years examining the relationship between these two chronic diseases. Data interpretation is often confounded by varying definitions of DM, PD and different clinical criteria were applied to determine the prevalence, extent and severity of PD, levels of glycemic control and diabetes-related complications. This paper provides a broad overview of the predominant findings from research conducted using the BBO (Bibliografia Brasileira de Odontologia), MEDLINE, LILACS and PubMed for Controlled Trials databases, in English and Portuguese languages published from 1960 to October 2012. Primary research reports on investigations of relationships between DM/DM control, PD/periodontal treatment and PD/DM/diabetes-related complications identified relevant papers and meta-analyses published in this period. This paper describes the relationship between PD and DM and answers the following questions: 1- The effect of DM on PD, 2- The effects of glycemic control on PD and 3- The effects of PD on glycemic control and on diabetes-related complications. The scientific evidence reviewed supports diabetes having an adverse effect on periodontal health and PD having an adverse effect on glycemic control and on diabetes-related complications. Further research is needed to clarify these relationships and larger, prospective, controlled trials with ethnically diverse populations are warranted to establish that treating PD can positively influence glycemic control and possibly reduce the burden of diabetes-related complications.

  15. Periodontal disease and diabetes mellitus

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    NEGRATO, Carlos Antonio; TARZIA, Olinda; JOVANOVIČ, Lois; CHINELLATO, Luiz Eduardo Montenegro

    2013-01-01

    Periodontal disease (PD) is one of the most commonly known human chronic disorders. The relationship between PD and several systemic diseases such as diabetes mellitus (DM) has been increasingly recognized over the past decades. Objective: The purpose of this review is to provide the reader with knowledge concerning the relationship between PD and DM. Many articles have been published in the english and Portuguese literature over the last 50 years examining the relationship between these two chronic diseases. Data interpretation is often confounded by varying definitions of DM, PD and different clinical criteria were applied to determine the prevalence, extent and severity of PD, levels of glycemic control and diabetes-related complications. Methods: This paper provides a broad overview of the predominant findings from research conducted using the BBO (Bibliografia Brasileira de Odontologia), MEDLINE, LILACS and PubMed for Controlled Trials databases, in english and Portuguese languages published from 1960 to October 2012. Primary research reports on investigations of relationships between DM/DM control, PD/periodontal treatment and PD/DM/diabetes-related complications identified relevant papers and meta-analyses published in this period. Results: This paper describes the relationship between PD and DM and answers the following questions: 1- The effect of DM on PD, 2- The effects of glycemic control on PD and 3- The effects of PD on glycemic control and on diabetes-related complications. Conclusions: The scientific evidence reviewed supports diabetes having an adverse effect on periodontal health and PD having an adverse effect on glycemic control and on diabetes-related complications. Further research is needed to clarify these relationships and larger, prospective, controlled trials with ethnically diverse populations are warranted to establish that treating PD can positively influence glycemic control and possibly reduce the burden of diabetes

  16. Systemic antibiotic therapy in periodontics

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    Anoop Kapoor

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Systemic antibiotics in conjunction with scaling and root planing (SRP, can offer an additional benefit over SRP alone in the treatment of periodontitis, in terms of clinical attachment loss (CAL and pocket depth change, and reduced risk of additional CAL loss. However, antibiotics are not innocuous drugs. Their use should be justified on the basis of a clearly established need and should not be substituted for adequate local treatment. The aim of this review is to discuss the rationale, proper selection, dosage and duration for antibiotic therapy so as to optimize the usefulness of drug therapy.

  17. Continuous aerobic treatment of dairy waste waters. Supported reactor; Depuracion aerobia de aguas residuales de industrias lacteas en regimen continuo. Reactor con soporte

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    Carta, F.; Romeero, F.; Pereda, J.; Alvarez, P. [Universidad de Sevilla (Spain)

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    Experiences in continuous flow been carried out to achieve effluents with low COD and a minimum ammonium nitrogen concentration. A 80 liter reactor with rectangular cross-section (width 25 cm and depth 30 cm) and length 150 cm was used thermostated. The system was aerated by air injection the air passed through perforated tubes settled at the bottom and covered by a plastic mesh. The liquor (water and milk) temperature was near 30 degree centigree Mixtures of milk and water, with pH of 11 and containing 3500 mg COD/1 (as sewage from Dairy Center`s) were fed into the reactor. A mixed cultive constituted of cultives isolated from Dairy Center`s effluent adapted to 30 degree centigree for 19 days, and mixed with sludge from a domestic wastewater treatment plant was used as inoculum. The influent flow rates were 81/d, 101/d and 12,6 L/d. The experiences went on up to stationary-state. In all the experience, the pH values become stabilized over 8,5 and the nitrite and nitrate nitrogen concentrations were insignificant. It was observed that when flow rate rises, the average COD values and the ammonium nitrogen concentrations (achieved at the end of experiences) decreased in a parallel way up to a certain flow rate value at which they are almost constant with the increase of the flow rate. The sludge analysis showed a composition of 5,4 gN and 2,4 gP in 100 g biomass. (Author) 16 refs.

  18. Proceso de instrucción con soporte tecnológico para la formación del docente en investigación

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    Full Text Available Se refiere una práctica de administración del proceso instruccional bajo la plataforma Moodle, para la facilitación de aprendizajes relativos a investigación, en la formación de docentes especialistas en Dificultades de Aprendizaje, en la Universidad Nacional Abierta de Venezuela. El objetivo general es analizar esta experiencia, en términos de logros, necesidades y mejoras requeridas; precisión del aprovechamiento de las TIC; determinación de condiciones para la sistematización correspondiente. La metodología se asocia a una investigación de corte aplicativo, en la cual se estudia la situación educativa, se formulan expectativas de cambios y mejoras y se estructura una propuesta de acción.

  19. La oposición de los tiempos simples del pasado en relación con eventos bajo foco vs. eventos de soporte en algunas lenguas romances

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    2003-01-01

    This article deals with the simple past tenses in Spanish, French and Portuguese. The functional hypothesis to be tested is that the preterit tense indicates events under focus, and the imperfect past tense indicates background events. This is done for two reasons: i) to show that this hypothesis is

  20. Clinical evaluation in periodontitis patient after curettage

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    Widowati Witjaksono

    2006-09-01

    Full Text Available Curettage is used in periodontics to scrap off the gingival wall of a periodontal pocket, and is needed to reduce loss of attachment (LOA by developing new connective tissue attachment in patients with periodontitis. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the success of curettage by the formation of tissue attachment. This clinical experiment was done by comparing LOA before curettage, 2 weeks and 3 weeks after curettage on 30 teeth with the indication of curettage. Study population were periodontitis patient who attending dental clinic at Hospital University Science Malaysia (HUSM with inclusion criteria good general health condition, 18 to 55 years old male or female and presented with pocket depth > 3mm. The teeth were thoroughly scaling before intervention and evaluated by measuring the periodontal attachment before curettage, two weeks and three weeks after curettage. Repeated measure ANOVA and Paired T Test were used to analyze the data. The result of the study showed that there was reduction in the periodontal attachment loss in periodontitis patient after curettage either in the anterior or posterior teeth which were supported by statistical analysis. This study concluded that curettage could make reattachment of the tissue

  1. Periodontitis and Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer's Disease.

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    Mark Ide

    Full Text Available Periodontitis is common in the elderly and may become more common in Alzheimer's disease because of a reduced ability to take care of oral hygiene as the disease progresses. Elevated antibodies to periodontal bacteria are associated with an increased systemic pro-inflammatory state. Elsewhere raised serum pro-inflammatory cytokines have been associated with an increased rate of cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease. We hypothesized that periodontitis would be associated with increased dementia severity and a more rapid cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease. We aimed to determine if periodontitis in Alzheimer's disease is associated with both increased dementia severity and cognitive decline, and an increased systemic pro inflammatory state. In a six month observational cohort study 60 community dwelling participants with mild to moderate Alzheimer's Disease were cognitively assessed and a blood sample taken for systemic inflammatory markers. Dental health was assessed by a dental hygienist, blind to cognitive outcomes. All assessments were repeated at six months. The presence of periodontitis at baseline was not related to baseline cognitive state but was associated with a six fold increase in the rate of cognitive decline as assessed by the ADAS-cog over a six month follow up period. Periodontitis at baseline was associated with a relative increase in the pro-inflammatory state over the six month follow up period. Our data showed that periodontitis is associated with an increase in cognitive decline in Alzheimer's Disease, independent to baseline cognitive state, which may be mediated through effects on systemic inflammation.

  2. Increased cancer risk in patients with periodontitis.

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    Dizdar, Omer; Hayran, Mutlu; Guven, Deniz Can; Yılmaz, Tolga Birtan; Taheri, Sahand; Akman, Abdullah C; Bilgin, Emre; Hüseyin, Beril; Berker, Ezel

    2017-12-01

    Previous studies have noted a possible association between periodontal diseases and the risk of various cancers. We assessed cancer risk in a cohort of patients with moderate to severe periodontitis. Patients diagnosed with moderate to severe periodontitis by a periodontist between 2001 and 2010 were identified from the hospital registry. Patients younger than 35 years of age or with a prior cancer diagnosis were excluded. The age- and gender-standardized incidence rates (SIR) were calculated by dividing the number of observed cases by the number of expected cases from Turkish National Cancer Registry 2013 data. A total of 280 patients were included (median age 49.6, 54% female). Median follow-up was 12 years. Twenty-five new cancer cases were observed. Patients with periodontitis had 77% increased risk of cancer (SIR 1.77, 95% CI 1.17-2.58, p = .004). Women with periodontitis had significantly higher risk of breast cancer (SIR 2.40, 95% CI 0.88-5.33) and men with periodontitis had significantly higher risk of prostate cancer (SIR 3.75, 95% CI 0.95-10.21) and hematological cancers (SIR 6.97, 95% CI 1.77-18.98). Although showing a causal association necessitates further investigation, our results support the idea that periodontitis might be associated with increased cancer risk, particularly with hematological, breast and prostate cancers.

  3. Protein Biomarkers of Periodontitis in Saliva

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    Taylor, John J.

    2014-01-01

    Periodontitis is a chronic inflammatory condition of the tissues that surround and support the teeth and is initiated by inappropriate and excessive immune responses to bacteria in subgingival dental plaque leading to loss of the integrity of the periodontium, compromised tooth function, and eventually tooth loss. Periodontitis is an economically important disease as it is time-consuming and expensive to treat. Periodontitis has a worldwide prevalence of 5–15% and the prevalence of severe disease in western populations has increased in recent decades. Furthermore, periodontitis is more common in smokers, in obesity, in people with diabetes, and in heart disease patients although the pathogenic processes underpinning these links are, as yet, poorly understood. Diagnosis and monitoring of periodontitis rely on traditional clinical examinations which are inadequate to predict patient susceptibility, disease activity, and response to treatment. Studies of the immunopathogenesis of periodontitis and analysis of mediators in saliva have allowed the identification of many potentially useful biomarkers. Convenient measurement of these biomarkers using chairside analytical devices could form the basis for diagnostic tests which will aid the clinician and the patient in periodontitis management; this review will summarise this field and will identify the experimental, technical, and clinical issues that remain to be addressed before such tests can be implemented. PMID:24944840

  4. [Periodontal disease in pediatric rheumatic diseases].

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    Fabri, Gisele M C; Savioli, Cynthia; Siqueira, José T; Campos, Lucia M; Bonfá, Eloisa; Silva, Clovis A

    2014-01-01

    Gingivitis and periodontitis are immunoinflammatory periodontal diseases characterized by chronic localized infections usually associated with insidious inflammation This narrative review discusses periodontal diseases and mechanisms influencing the immune response and autoimmunity in pediatric rheumatic diseases (PRD), particularly juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), childhood-onset systemic lupus erythematosus (C-SLE) and juvenile dermatomyositis (JDM). Gingivitis was more frequently observed in these diseases compared to health controls, whereas periodontitis was a rare finding. In JIA patients, gingivitis and periodontitis were related to mechanical factors, chronic arthritis with functional disability, dysregulation of the immunoinflammatory response, diet and drugs, mainly corticosteroids and cyclosporine. In C-SLE, gingivitis was associated with longer disease period, high doses of corticosteroids, B-cell hyperactivation and immunoglobulin G elevation. There are scarce data on periodontal diseases in JDM population, and a unique gingival pattern, characterized by gingival erythema, capillary dilation and bush-loop formation, was observed in active patients. In conclusion, gingivitis was the most common periodontal disease in PRD. The observed association with disease activity reinforces the need for future studies to determine if resolution of this complication will influence disease course or severity. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Editora Ltda. All rights reserved.

  5. Los soportes textiles de pintura de caballete en México, siglos XVII-XIX. Aportaciones históricas tras su restauración

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    Rita Sumano González

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo aborda la forma en que ciertos lienzos textiles fueron usados como soportes de pintura de caballete en México durante los siglos XVII al XIX. Se llevó a cabo un estudio usando como fuente primaria doscientos informes de trabajo de pinturas que habían sido restauradas por el Seminario Taller de Restauración de Pintura de Caballete de la Escuela Nacional de Conservación, Restauración y Museografía en México (STRPC-ENCRyM-INAH. Los registros de técnica de factura de los soportes se organizaron de acuerdo a una ficha de análisis textil y se vertieron en una base de datos, para después interpretarlos utilizando estadística descriptiva. Los resultados del análisis estadístico orientaron la investigación histórica, que se sirvió de fuentes vivas, materiales, bibliográficas y documentales. De esta investigación se desprendieron datos relevantes sobre la forma en que los lienzos fueron usados como soportes de pintura de caballete lo que puede contribuir a su estudio y a una mejor conservación de las pinturas.

  6. Gene expression in periodontal tissues following treatment

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    Eisenacher Martin

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background In periodontitis, treatment aimed at controlling the periodontal biofilm infection results in a resolution of the clinical and histological signs of inflammation. Although the cell types found in periodontal tissues following treatment have been well described, information on gene expression is limited to few candidate genes. Therefore, the aim of the study was to determine the expression profiles of immune and inflammatory genes in periodontal tissues from sites with severe chronic periodontitis following periodontal therapy in order to identify genes involved in tissue homeostasis. Gingival biopsies from 12 patients with severe chronic periodontitis were taken six to eight weeks following non-surgical periodontal therapy, and from 11 healthy controls. As internal standard, RNA of an immortalized human keratinocyte line (HaCaT was used. Total RNA was subjected to gene expression profiling using a commercially available microarray system focusing on inflammation-related genes. Post-hoc confirmation of selected genes was done by Realtime-PCR. Results Out of the 136 genes analyzed, the 5% most strongly expressed genes compared to healthy controls were Interleukin-12A (IL-12A, Versican (CSPG-2, Matrixmetalloproteinase-1 (MMP-1, Down syndrome critical region protein-1 (DSCR-1, Macrophage inflammatory protein-2β (Cxcl-3, Inhibitor of apoptosis protein-1 (BIRC-1, Cluster of differentiation antigen 38 (CD38, Regulator of G-protein signalling-1 (RGS-1, and Finkel-Biskis-Jinkins murine osteosarcoma virus oncogene (C-FOS; the 5% least strongly expressed genes were Receptor-interacting Serine/Threonine Kinase-2 (RIP-2, Complement component 3 (C3, Prostaglandin-endoperoxide synthase-2 (COX-2, Interleukin-8 (IL-8, Endothelin-1 (EDN-1, Plasminogen activator inhibitor type-2 (PAI-2, Matrix-metalloproteinase-14 (MMP-14, and Interferon regulating factor-7 (IRF-7. Conclusion Gene expression profiles found in periodontal tissues following

  7. Periodontitis: facts, fallacies and the future.

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    Slots, Jørgen

    2017-10-01

    This volume of Periodontology 2000 represents the 25th anniversary of the Journal, and uses the occasion to assess important advancements in periodontology over the past quarter-century as well as the hurdles that remain. Periodontitis is defined by pathologic loss of the periodontal ligament and alveolar bone. The disease involves complex dynamic interactions among active herpesviruses, specific bacterial pathogens and destructive immune responses. Periodontal diagnostics is currently based on clinical rather than etiologic criteria, and provides limited therapeutic guidance. Periodontal causative treatment consists of scaling, antiseptic rinses and occasionally systemic antibiotics, and surgical intervention has been de-emphasized, except perhaps for the most advanced types of periodontitis. Plastic surgical therapy includes soft-tissue grafting to cover exposed root surfaces and bone grafting to provide support for implants. Dental implants are used to replace severely diseased or missing teeth, but implant overuse is of concern. The utility of laser treatment for periodontitis remains unresolved. Host modulation and risk-factor modification therapies may benefit select patient groups. Patient self-care is a critical part of periodontal health care, and twice-weekly oral rinsing with 0.10-0.25% sodium hypochlorite constitutes a valuable adjunct to conventional anti-plaque and anti-gingivitis treatments. A link between periodontal herpesviruses and systemic diseases is a strong biological plausibility. In summary, research during the past 25 years has significantly changed our concepts of periodontitis pathobiology and has produced more-effective and less-costly therapeutic options. © 2017 John Wiley & Sons A/S. Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  8. Periodontal Disease, Tooth Loss, and Cancer Risk.

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    Michaud, Dominique S; Fu, Zhuxuan; Shi, Jian; Chung, Mei

    2017-01-01

    Periodontal disease, which includes gingivitis and periodontitis, is highly prevalent in adults and disease severity increases with age. The relationship between periodontal disease and oral cancer has been examined for several decades, but there is increasing interest in the link between periodontal disease and overall cancer risk, with systemic inflammation serving as the main focus for biological plausibility. Numerous case-control studies have addressed the role of oral health in head and neck cancer, and several cohort studies have examined associations with other types of cancers over the past decade. For this review, we included studies that were identified from either 11 published reviews on this topic or an updated literature search on PubMed (between 2011 and July 2016). A total of 50 studies from 46 publications were included in this review. Meta-analyses were conducted on cohort and case-control studies separately when at least 4 studies could be included to determine summary estimates of the risk of cancer in relation to 1) periodontal disease or 2) tooth number (a surrogate marker of periodontal disease) with adjustment for smoking. Existing data provide support for a positive association between periodontal disease and risk of oral, lung, and pancreatic cancers; however, additional prospective studies are needed to better inform on the strength of these associations and to determine whether other cancers are associated with periodontal disease. Future studies should include sufficiently large sample sizes, improved measurements for periodontal disease, and thorough adjustment for smoking and other risk factors. © The Author 2017. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. All rights reserved. For permissions, please e-mail: journals.permissions@oup.com.

  9. The relationship between depression and periodontal diseases.

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    Hwang, S H; Park, S G

    2018-03-01

    A cross-sectional study was conducted to investigate whether depression is associated with periodontal diseases in a representative sample of South Korean adults Methods: We used data from the sixth Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES VI), conducted in 2014. We included in this study 4328 participants aged over 20 years (1768 males and 2560 females). Depression was assessed with the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) and history of physician-diagnosed depression. Periodontal diseases were assessed a gingival bleeding, calculus and periodontal pockets. The data were analyzed using the chi-square test and multiple logistic regression. People with any periodontal diseases tended to be old, male, married, low income, poor education, blue-collar occupation, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, overweight, smoking, not using dental floss or interdental brush in univariate analysis. Neither self-reported nor diagnosed depression was associated with the presence of any or severe periodontal disease in the total sample. In participants aged 20-29 years only, the presence of any periodontal disease was associated with self-reported depression (OR, 2.031; 95% CI, 1.011-4.078). In the same age group, the presence of severe periodontal disease was associated with both self-reported depression (OR, 6.532; 95% CI, 2.190-19.483) and diagnosed depression (OR, 7.729; 95% CI, 1.966-30.389). Self-reported depression was significantly associated with the presence of any or severe periodontal disease, and diagnosed depression was significantly associated with severe periodontal diseases only in participants aged 20-29 years. Copyright© 2018 Dennis Barber Ltd.

  10. Combined periodontic-orthodonticendodontic interdisciplinary approach in the treatment of periodontally compromised tooth

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    Deepa, D; Mehta, D. S.; Puri, Viren K.; Shetty, Sadashiva

    2010-01-01

    Orthodontic treatment in adult patients is one of the most frequently encountered components involving multidisciplinary approaches. In the present report, a 28-year-old male patient was treated for localized chronic periodontitis with pocket formation, mobility, pathologic migration and malalignment of maxillary left lateral incisor tooth #22. The periodontal therapy included motivation, education and oral-hygiene instructions (O.H.I.), scaling and root planing and periodontal flap surgery. ...

  11. Dental Investigations: Efficiency of Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy in Moderate Chronic Periodontitis

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    Mlachkova Antoaneta M.; Popova Christina L.

    2014-01-01

    INTRODUCTION: Chronic periodontitis is defined as an inflammatory disease of the supporting tissues of teeth caused by microorganisms in the dental biofilm, resulting in progressive destruction of the periodontal ligament and alveolar bone with pocket formation and gingival recession. Treatment of chronic periodontitis aims at arresting the inflammation and stopping the loss of attachment by removal and control of the supra- and subgingival biofilm and establishing a local environment and mic...

  12. Differentiated embryonic chondrocytes 1 expression of periodontal ligament tissue and gingival tissue in the patients with chronic periodontitis.

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    Hu, Shenlin; Shang, Wei; Yue, Haitao; Chen, Ruini; Dong, Zheng; Hu, Jinhua; Mao, Zhao; Yang, Jian

    2015-04-01

    To evaluate the DEC1 expression of periodontal ligament tissue and gingival tissue in the patients with chronic periodontitis. 20 non-smoking patients with chronic periodontitis and 20 healthy individuals were enrolled. Periodontal ligament tissue and gingival tissue samples from healthy subjects were collected during teeth extraction for orthodontic reason or the third molar extraction. The parallel samples from patients with chronic periodontitis were obtained during periodontal flap operations or teeth extraction as part of periodontal treatment. The DEC1 expression and the alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity of both the periodontal ligament tissue and gingival tissue were determined by Western blot, Immunohistochemistry and ALP Detection Kit. The DEC1 expression of periodontal ligament tissue in the patients with chronic periodontitis decreased significantly along with the decreased ALP activity. On the contrary, the DEC1 expression of gingival tissue in the patients with chronic periodontitis increased significantly. Further study found that the DEC1 expression of gingival tissue increased mainly in the suprabasal layer of gingival epithelial cells but decreased in the gingival connective tissue of the patients with chronic periodontitis. The DEC1 expression decreases in the periodontal ligament tissue which is related to the osteogenic capacity, whereas the DEC1 expression increases in the suprabasal layer of gingival epithelial cells which are involved in immune inflammatory response in the patients with chronic periodontitis. The findings provide a new target to explore the pathology and the therapy of periodontitis. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  13. Consideraciones especiales para realizar pruebas de usabilidad con niños: Caso de Estudio

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    María Esperanza Pérez Cordoba Sánchez

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Cuando se aplican pruebas de usabilidad se espera que los resultados arrojen un diagnóstico con respecto a la facilidad de uso y del grado de satisfacción de los usuarios. Se sabe desde hace mucho tiempo que el diseño de las interfaces es parte crucial en la percepción que se tiene del sistema, para lograr un buen diseño es necesario conocer de antemano quién es el usuario final y después se tienen que cubrir las necesidades de uso. Esto es especialmente cierto cuando se trabaja con niños, dado que influyen factores como la forma en la que aprenden, sus gustos, el grado de distracción, su facilidad para seguir indicaciones, la motivación para ejecutar las tareas e incluso cuestiones como la ergonomía. En el presente trabajo se reportan algunos hallazgos que resultaron de realizar pruebas de usabilidad con niños a un sistema interactivo controlado por Kinect. Se describe la metodología usada durante las pruebas así como los aspectos y diferencias que existen con respecto a las pruebas de usabilidad con adultos. También se incluye una revisión bibliográfica de trabajos publicados que tratan el tema de pruebas de usabilidad con niños, con lo que se busca dar soporte al presente trabajo.

  14. Sistema de Gestión de Auditorías para el Centro de Soporte UCI

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    Dairis Almaguer Perez

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    Full Text Available El presente artículo pertenece a una investigación para la realización de un sistema que audite los procedimientos que se realizan en el centro de soporte de la universidad de ciencias informáticas (UCI. El objetivo de la implementación de este sistema es incrementar la prestación de servicios de Tecnologías de la Información (TI en el centro. Para llevar a cabo la implementación de dicho sistema fueron analizados los sistemas de gestión de auditoría de servicios de TI existentes en la actualidad como resultado de un profundo estudio del arte en el ámbito nacional e internacional, se describieron las herramientas y tecnologías utilizadas en la solución desarrollada (metodología, patrones, softwares, lenguajes de programación, etc. que permitieron una implementación eficiente en corto tiempo del sistema propuesto. Lo antes escrito se refleja de manera positiva en una mejor satisfacción de los clientes y por consiguiente en una mayor aceptación de los servicios brindados por la entidad.

  15. Association between periodontal diseases and systemic diseases

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    Patrícia Weidlich

    2008-08-01

    Full Text Available Current evidence suggests that periodontal disease may be associated with systemic diseases. This paper reviewed the published data about the relationship between periodontal disease and cardiovascular diseases, adverse pregnancy outcomes, diabetes and respiratory diseases, focusing on studies conducted in the Brazilian population. Only a few studies were found in the literature focusing on Brazilians (3 concerning cardiovascular disease, 7 about pregnancy outcomes, 9 about diabetes and one regarding pneumonia. Although the majority of them observed an association between periodontitis and systemic conditions, a causal relationship still needs to be demonstrated. Further studies, particularly interventional well-designed investigations, with larger sample sizes, need to be conducted in Brazilian populations.

  16. Maternal periodontal disease, pregnancy, and neonatal outcomes.

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    Dasanayake, Ananda P; Gennaro, Susan; Hendricks-Muñoz, Karen D; Chhun, Nok

    2008-01-01

    The purpose of this article is to review the current literature on the association between maternal periodontal disease and poor pregnancy and neonatal outcomes and outline the role nurses can play in improving the oral health of pregnant women. Maternal periodontal disease is linked to preterm birth, low birthweight, and preterm low birthweight, but treatment of periodontal disease during pregnancy has been shown to be safe and effective. Nurses, nurse practitioners, and nurse-midwives are in a position to educate pregnant women on the benefits of good oral health and identify and refer women who are in need of dental care for treatment.

  17. The antioxidant master glutathione and periodontal health

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    Vivek Kumar Bains

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Glutathione, considered to be the master antioxidant (AO, is the most-important redox regulator that controls inflammatory processes, and thus damage to the periodontium. Periodontitis patients have reduced total AO capacity in whole saliva, and lower concentrations of reduced glutathione (GSH in serum and gingival crevicular fluid, and periodontal therapy restores the redox balance. Therapeutic considerations for the adjunctive use of glutathione in management of periodontitis, in limiting the tissue damage associated with oxidative stress, and enhancing wound healing cannot be underestimated, but need to be evaluated further through multi-centered randomized controlled trials.

  18. El régimen colombiano de la contratación estatal frente al TLC con Estados Unidos

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    López Silva, Jorge Alberto

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    El presente escrito desarrolla un análisis comparado entre el sistema de compras públicas colombiano y el Tratado de Libre Comercio suscrito con los Estados Unidos en cuanto a compras públicas se refiere, poniendo en evidencia inconsistencias de tipo jurídico para efectos principalmente prácticos, acudiendo a temas de soporte para el desarrollo de las obligaciones contenidas en el acuerdo, como son las Normas de Origen de los Bienes y el régimen de responsabilidad del contratista estatal colo...

  19. Prevalence of Clinical Periodontitis and Putative Periodontal Pathogens among South Indian Pregnant Women

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    Chaitanya Tellapragada

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available In view of recent understanding of the association of periodontal infections and adverse pregnancy outcomes, the present investigation was undertaken to study the periodontal infections among 390 asymptomatic pregnant women and to find an association of bacterial etiologies with the disease. Prevalence of gingivitis was 38% and clinical periodontitis was 10% among the study population. Subgingival plaque specimens were subjected to multiplex PCR targeting ten putative periodontopathogenic bacteria. Among the periodontitis group, high detection rates of Porphyromonas gingivalis (56%, Prevotella nigrescens (44%, Treponema denticola (32%, and Prevotella intermedius (24% were noted along with significant association with the disease (P<0.05.

  20. Honeybee propolis extract in periodontal treatment: A clinical and microbiological study of propolis in periodontal treatment

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    Amita Coutinho

    2012-01-01

    Conclusion: Subgingival irrigation with propolis extract as an adjuvant to periodontal treatment was more effective than scaling and root planing as assessed by clinical and microbiological parameters.

  1. Periodontal Regenerative Therapy in Patient with Chronic Periodontitis and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Case Report.

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    Seshima, Fumi; Nishina, Makiko; Namba, Takashi; Saito, Atsushi

    2016-01-01

    We report a case of generalized chronic periodontitis and type 2 diabetes mellitus requiring periodontal treatment including regenerative therapy. The patient was a 66-year-old man who presented with the chief complaint of gingival inflammation and mobile teeth in the molar region. He had been being treated for type 2 diabetes mellitus since 1999. His glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) level was 7.8%. An initial examination revealed sites with a probing depth of ≥7 mm in the molar region, and radiography revealed angular bone defects in this area. Based on a clinical diagnosis of generalized chronic periodontitis, the patient underwent initial periodontal therapy. An improvement was observed in periodontal conditions on reevaluation, and his HbA1c level showed a reduction to 6.9%. Periodontal regenerative therapy with enamel matrix derivative was then performed on #16, 26, and 27. Following another reevaluation, a removable partial denture was fabricated for #47 and the patient placed on supportive periodontal therapy (SPT). To date, periodontal conditions have remained stable and the patient's HbA1c level has increased to 7.5% during SPT. The results show the importance of collaboration between dentist and physician in managing periodontal and diabetic conditions in such patients.

  2. The periodontal pain paradox: Difficulty on pain assesment in dental patients (The periodontal pain paradox hypothesis

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    Haryono Utomo

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available In daily dental practice, the majority of patients’ main complaints are related to pain. Most patients assume that all pains inside the oral cavity originated from the tooth. One particular case is thermal sensitivity; sometimes patients were being able to point the site of pain, although there is neither visible caries nor secondary caries in dental radiograph. In this case, gingival recession and dentin hypersensitivity are first to be treated to eliminate the pain. If these treatments failed, pain may misdiagnose as pulpal inflammation and lead to unnecessary root canal treatment. Study in pain during periodontal instrumentation of plaque-related periodontitis revealed that the majority of patients feel pain and discomfort during probing and scaling. It seems obvious because an inflammation, either acute or chronic is related to a lowered pain threshold. However, in contrast, in this case report, patient suffered from chronic gingivitis and thermal sensitivity experienced a relative pain-free sensation during probing and scaling. Lowered pain threshold which accompanied by a blunted pain perception upon periodontal instrumentation is proposed to be termed as the periodontal pain paradox. The objective of this study is to reveal the possibility of certain factors in periodontal inflammation which may involved in the periodontal pain paradox hypothesis. Patient with thermal hypersensitivity who was conducted probing and scaling, after the relative pain-free instrumentation, thermal hypersensitivity rapidly disappeared. Based on the successful periodontal treatment, it is concluded that chronic gingivitis may modulate periodontal pain perception which termed as periodontal pain paradox

  3. Improvement of pustulosis palmaris et plantaris by periodontal infection control in a patient with chronic periodontitis.

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    Murai, Osamu; Sasaki, Daisuke; Ando, Yoshinori; Fujimura, Akira; Oikawa, Hiromi; Suwa, Nagisa; Watabe, Daisuke; Maeda, Fumihiko; Endo, Kohki; Yaegashi, Takashi; Akasaka, Toshihide; Naruishi, Koji

    2012-01-01

    Pustulosis palmaris et plantaris (PPP) is a chronic, inflammatory, autoimmune-type disease characterized by sterile pustules of skin. The skin inflammation is influenced by several factors such as drugs, sunlight, metabolic and psychogenic factors as well as metal allergy. Here, we report a rare case that intensive periodontal treatment might have contributed to the improvement of skin inflammation. Skin inflammation regressed 1 month after intensive periodontal treatment. Both CD4/CD8 ratio and % of B cells in the blood sample were slightly decreased corresponding to the improvement of periodontal inflammation. Infection control of periodontal lesions might be one of attractive therapeutic targets in management of PPP.

  4. Signature of Microbial Dysbiosis in Periodontitis.

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    Meuric, Vincent; Le Gall-David, Sandrine; Boyer, Emile; Acuña-Amador, Luis; Martin, Bénédicte; Fong, Shao Bing; Barloy-Hubler, Frederique; Bonnaure-Mallet, Martine

    2017-07-15

    Periodontitis is driven by disproportionate host inflammatory immune responses induced by an imbalance in the composition of oral bacteria; this instigates microbial dysbiosis, along with failed resolution of the chronic destructive inflammation. The objectives of this study were to identify microbial signatures for health and chronic periodontitis at the genus level and to propose a model of dysbiosis, including the calculation of bacterial ratios. Published sequencing data obtained from several different studies (196 subgingival samples from patients with chronic periodontitis and 422 subgingival samples from healthy subjects) were pooled and subjected to a new microbiota analysis using the same Visualization and Analysis of Microbial Population Structures (VAMPS) pipeline, to identify microbiota specific to health and disease. Microbiota were visualized using CoNet and Cytoscape. Dysbiosis ratios, defined as the percentage of genera associated with disease relative to the percentage of genera associated with health, were calculated to distinguish disease from health. Correlations between the proposed dysbiosis ratio and the periodontal pocket depth were tested with a different set of data obtained from a recent study, to confirm the relevance of the ratio as a potential indicator of dysbiosis. Beta diversity showed significant clustering of periodontitis-associated microbiota, at the genus level, according to the clinical status and independent of the methods used. Specific genera ( Veillonella , Neisseria , Rothia , Corynebacterium , and Actinomyces ) were highly prevalent (>95%) in health, while other genera ( Eubacterium , Campylobacter , Treponema , and Tannerella ) were associated with chronic periodontitis. The calculation of dysbiosis ratios based on the relative abundance of the genera found in health versus periodontitis was tested. Nonperiodontitis samples were significantly identifiable by low ratios, compared to chronic periodontitis samples. When

  5. The Trimeric Model: A New Model of Periodontal Treatment Planning

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    Tarakji, Bassel

    2014-01-01

    Treatment of periodontal disease is a complex and multidisciplinary procedure, requiring periodontal, surgical, restorative, and orthodontic treatment modalities. Several authors attempted to formulate models for periodontal treatment that orders the treatment steps in a logical and easy to remember manner. In this article, we discuss two models of periodontal treatment planning from two of the most well-known textbook in the specialty of periodontics internationally. Then modify them to arrive at a new model of periodontal treatment planning, The Trimeric Model. Adding restorative and orthodontic interrelationships with periodontal treatment allows us to expand this model into the Extended Trimeric Model of periodontal treatment planning. These models will provide a logical framework and a clear order of the treatment of periodontal disease for general practitioners and periodontists alike. PMID:25177662

  6. Gingival and Periodontal Diseases in Children and Adolescents

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    Vivek Singh Chauhan

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Periodontal diseases are among the most frequent diseases affecting children and adolescents. These include gingivitis, localized or generalized aggressive periodontitis (a.k.a., early onset periodontitis and periodontal diseases associated with systemic disorders. The effects of periodontal diseases observed in adults have earlier inception in life period. Gingival diseases in a child may progress to jeopardize the periodontium in adulthood. Therefore, periodontal diseases must be prevented and diagnosed early in the life. This paper reviews the most common periodontal diseases affecting children: chronic gingivitis (or dental plaque-induced gingival diseases and aggressive periodontitis. In addition, systemic diseases that affect the periodontium in young children and necrotizing periodontal diseases are addressed. The prevalence, diagnostic characteristics, microbiology, host- related factors, and therapeutic management of each of these disease entities are discussed.

  7. Periodontal treatment for preventing adverse pregnancy outcomes

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    Schwendicke, Falk; Karimbux, Nadeem; Allareddy, Veerasathpurush

    2015-01-01

    OBJECTIVES: Periodontal treatment might reduce adverse pregnancy outcomes. The efficacy of periodontal treatment to prevent preterm birth, low birth weight, and perinatal mortality was evaluated using meta-analysis and trial sequential analysis. METHODS: An existing systematic review was updated...... risk of random errors. RESULTS: Thirteen randomized clinical trials evaluating 6283 pregnant women were meta-analyzed. Four and nine trials had low and high risk of bias, respectively. Overall, periodontal treatment had no significant effect on preterm birth (odds ratio [95% confidence interval] 0.......79 [0.57-1.10]) or low birth weight (0.69 [0.43-1.13]). Trial sequential analysis demonstrated that futility was not reached for any of the outcomes. For populations with moderate occurrence (periodontal treatment was not efficacious for any of the outcomes...

  8. Interdisciplinary Treatment of a Periodontally Compromised Adult

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    Kshitij Bansal

    2013-01-01

    Chronic periodontal disease create multitude of complications which needs to be treated by a team of dental specialists and not by one individual; in the best interest of the patients including their apprehensions, medical and oral conditions, time and cost.

  9. Periodontal health and global public health

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    Petersen, Poul E; Baehni, Pierre C

    2012-01-01

    Chronic diseases are a growing burden to people, to health-care systems and to societies across the world. The rapid increase in the burden of chronic diseases is particularly prevalent in the developing countries. Periodontal disease is one of the two most important oral diseases contributing...... to the global burden of chronic disease. In addition to social determinants, periodontal health status is related to several proximal factors. Modifiable risk factors, such as tobacco use, excessive alcohol consumption, poor diet and nutrition, obesity, psychological stress and insufficient personal....../oral hygiene, are important and these principal risk factors for periodontal disease are shared by other chronic diseases. The present monograph is devoted to the existing evidence on the practice of public health related to periodontal health. Public health is defined as the process of mobilizing and engaging...

  10. Spiramycin resistance in human periodontitis microbiota

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    Rams, Thomas E; Dujardin, Sebastien; Sautter, Jacqueline D; Degener, John E; van Winkelhoff, Arie J

    Purpose: The occurrence of in vitro resistance to therapeutic concentrations of spiramycin, amoxicillin, and metronidazole was determined for putative periodontal pathogens isolated in the United States. Materials and methods: Subgingival plaque specimens from 37 consecutive adults with untreated

  11. Optical coherence tomography for diagnosing periodontal disease

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    Colston, Bill W., Jr.; Everett, Matthew J.; Da Silva, Luiz B.; Otis, Linda L.; Nathel, Howard

    1997-05-01

    We have, in this preliminary study, investigated the use of optical coherence tomography for diagnosis of periodontal disease. We took in vitro OCT images of the dental and periodontal tissues from a young pig and compared them to histological sections. These images distinguish tooth and soft tissue relationships that are important in diagnosing and assessing periodontal disease. We have imaged the attachment of gingiva to the tooth surface and located the cemento-enamel junction. This junction is an important reference point for defining attachment level in the diagnosis of periodontal disease. the boundary between enamel and dentin is also visible for most of the length of the anatomical crown, allowing quantitation of enamel thickness and character.

  12. Hamilelik ve periodontal hastalık

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    Sağlam, Ebru; Saruhan, Nesrin; Çanakçı, Cenk Fatih

    2015-01-01

    Hamileliğe bağlı olarak annede görülen bazı immünolojik değişiklikler enfeksiyonlara yatkınlığı artırmaktadır. Periodontal hastalık, başlıca sebebi mikrobiyal dental plak olan, multifaktöriyel ve çeşitli şiddetlerde görülen yaygın bir hastalıktır. Periodontal hastalığın klinik olarak birçok tanı kriteri bulunmaktadır. Hamilelik ve periodontal enflamasyon arasındaki ilişki uzun yıllardır bilinmektedir. Periodontal hastalık, hamilelerde sistemik durumu etkilemektedir ve fetusa da olumsuz etkile...

  13. Severe periodontitis and higher cirrhosis mortality

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    Ladegaard Grønkjær, Lea; Holmstrup, Palle; Schou, Søren

    2018-01-01

    Background Periodontitis and edentulism are prevalent in patients with cirrhosis, but their clinical significance is largely unknown. Objective The objective of this article is to determine the association of severe periodontitis and edentulism with mortality in patients with cirrhosis. Methods...... A total of 184 cirrhosis patients underwent an oral examination. All-cause and cirrhosis-related mortality was recorded. The associations of periodontitis and edentulism with mortality were explored by Kaplan–Meier survival plots and Cox proportional hazards regression adjusted for age, gender, cirrhosis...... etiology, Child–Pugh score, Model for End-Stage Liver Disease score, smoker status, present alcohol use, comorbidity, and nutritional risk score. Results The total follow-up time was 74,197 days (203.14 years). At entry, 44% of the patients had severe periodontitis and 18% were edentulous. Forty...

  14. Relationship between Alexithymia and Chronic Periodontitis

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    May 22, 2017 ... and increased plaque accumulation, have been reported to be more common in ... The participants were divided into a chronic periodontitis group (n = 114) and a ... A case–control design was used to measure alexithymia.

  15. Dental Investigations: Efficiency of Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy in Moderate Chronic Periodontitis

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    Mlachkova Antoaneta M.

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available INTRODUCTION: Chronic periodontitis is defined as an inflammatory disease of the supporting tissues of teeth caused by microorganisms in the dental biofilm, resulting in progressive destruction of the periodontal ligament and alveolar bone with pocket formation and gingival recession. Treatment of chronic periodontitis aims at arresting the inflammation and stopping the loss of attachment by removal and control of the supra- and subgingival biofilm and establishing a local environment and microflora compatible with periodontal health. The AIM of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of non-surgical therapy (scaling and root planning in the treatment of moderate chronic periodontitis. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The study included 30 patients aged between 33 and 75 years, of which 46.7% women and 53.3% men, diagnosed with moderate and, at some sites, severe periodontitis. They were treated with non-surgical periodontal therapy methods (scaling and root planning and curettage if indicated. Additionally, chemical plaque control with rinse water containing chlorhexidine was applied. The diagnostic and reassessment procedures included measuring the periodontal indices of 601 periodontal units before and after the therapy. The indices measured were the papillary bleeding index (PBI, the hygiene index (HI, the probing pocket depth (PPD and the clinical attachment level (CAL. RESULTS: Significant reduction of plaque and gingival inflammation was found in all treated patients; we also found a statistically significant reduction of periodontal pockets with clinically measured depth ⋋ 5 mm (PD ⋋ 5 mm. Pockets with PD > 5 mm did not show statistically significant lower incidence rates probably due to the initially small percentage of deep pockets in the patients studied. There was a statistically significant reduction of all sites with attachment loss, the highest significance found at sites where the attachment loss was greater than 5 mm. CONCLUSION

  16. Proteína C reactiva como marcador inflamatorio en la enfermedad periodontal

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    Víctor Martínez-Aguilar

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available La Proteína C Reactiva (PCR es una de las proteínas plasmáticas que aparecen en la fase aguda de la inflamación. La periodontitis se relaciona con niveles elevados de PCR en adul tos y con una reducción de la misma después de su tratamiento. La diabetes, por otro lado, es una enfermedad que compromete la respuesta tanto inflamatoria como reparativa del organismo y los tejidos periodontales son particularmente sensibles a su efecto. La PCR por lo tanto, puede ser útil en el diagnóstico y en la determinación de progresión de la enfermedad periodontal (EP. El objetivo del presente estudio fue evaluar los niveles de PCR en pacientes con EP y pacientes con EP y diabetes mellitus tipo 2 (DM2. Se incluyeron 60 sujetos distribuidos en 3 grupos: 15 pacientes con EP (Grupo 1, 15 pacientes con EP y DM2 (grupo 2 y 30 pacientes sistémicamente sanos (grupo 3. A cada uno de los participantes se les realizaron pruebas bioquímicas: Proteína C Re activa (NycoCard® PCR, HbA1c (NycoCard® y glucosa en sangre. Para el diagnóstico de la enfermedad periodontal se siguieron los parámetros del 5° Taller Europeo de Periodontología. Para evaluar las diferencias entre los grupos se usó la prueba de Kruskal Wallis. Se encontraron diferencias estadísticas significativas al comparar la concentración de PCR en los 3 grupos (p<0.01, siendo el grupo de pacientes sanos el que presentaba el menor promedio (4.88±0.08 y los mayores promedios para los grupos de EP (5 .95±2.23 y EP/DM2 (5.21±0.20. Además se encontraron diferencias significativas (p<0.01 en los tres grupos con respecto a la concentración hemoglobina, talla, IMC y PI. Los resultados indican que los niveles séricos de PCR se elevan en pacientes con EP y en pacientes con EP y DM2. Aunque se notó esta diferencia, existen diversos factores tanto locales como sistémicos que pueden potencialmente influir en los niveles de PCR y estos representan una limitación y dificultad al momento de

  17. Biodesulfurización de queroseno con células inmovilizadas de Pseudomonas sp. No. 6 (aislado nativo) en un novedoso biorreactor de lecho de tubos con recirculación

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    Silva, Edelberto; Caicedo, Luis; Pulido, Paula; Lentijo, Iván

    2006-01-01

    En este trabajo se realizó la biodesulfurización de queroseno con células inmovilizadas de Pseudomonas sp. ATCC 39327, en un sistema emulsionado, W/O 30/70 (v/v), con medio mínimo de sales (MMS) como fase dispersa. El sistema de inmovilización consta de dos paneles de 60 tubos cada uno. Los tubos de alta alúmina tienen 140 mm de largo, 6,6 mm de diámetro externo y 3,2 mm de diámetro interno, con una porosidad del 43% y capacidad de retención de 9,5x109 células/g de soporte, colocados dentro d...

  18. Oxidative Stress and Periodontal Disease in Obesity.

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    Dursun, Erhan; Akalin, Ferda Alev; Genc, Tolga; Cinar, Nese; Erel, Ozcan; Yildiz, Bulent Okan

    2016-03-01

    Periodontal disease is a chronic inflammatory disease of the jaws and is more prevalent in obesity. Local and systemic oxidative stress may be an early link between periodontal disease and obesity. The primary aim of this study was to detect whether increased periodontal disease susceptibility in obese individuals is associated with local and systemic oxidative stress. Accordingly; we analyzed periodontal status and systemic (serum) and local (gingival crevicular fluid [GCF]) oxidative status markers in young obese women in comparison with age-matched lean women.Twenty obese and 20 lean women participated. Periodontal condition was determined by clinical periodontal indices including probing depth, clinical attachment level, gingival index, gingival bleeding index, and plaque index. Anthropometric, hormonal, and metabolic measurements were also performed. Blood and GCF sampling was performed at the same time after an overnight fasting. Serum and GCF total antioxidant capacity (TAOC), and total oxidant status (TOS) levels were determined, and oxidative stress index (OSI) was calculated.Clinical periodontal analyses showed higher gingival index and gingival bleeding index in the obese group (P = 0.001 for both) with no significant difference in probing depth, clinical attachment level, and plaque index between the obese and the lean women. Oxidant status analyses revealed lower GCF and serum TAOC, and higher GCF and serum OSI values in the obese women (P < 0.05 for all). GCF TOS was higher in the obese women (P < 0.05), whereas there was a nonsignificant trend for higher serum TOS in obese women (P = 0.074). GCF TAOC values showed a negative correlation with body mass index, whereas GCF OSI was positively correlated with fasting insulin and low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol levels (P < 0.05 for all). Clinical periodontal indices showed significant correlations with body mass index, insulin, and lipid levels, and also oxidant status markers

  19. Periodontal Considerations for the Child and Adolescent. A Literature Review.

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    Lin, Guo-Hao; Boynton, James R

    2015-01-01

    The primary etiology of periodontal disease is bacterial plaque and its byproducts in a susceptible host. Although the prevalence of plaque-induced periodontal disease is relatively low for the child and adolescent, destructive periodontal disease may be a manifestation of an underlying systemic disease. In some cases, childhood periodontal destruction may be the first sign of systemic disease, making appropriate recognition and determination of etiology critical in this population. Therefore, this literature review discusses the periodontal considerations for the child and adolescent patient, aiming to offer a guide for differential diagnosis and oral management of periodontal disease in the young population.

  20. O leigo e o suporte básico de vida El lego y el soporte básico de vida Laypeople and basic life support

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    Aline Maino Pergola

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available A capacitação do leigo para o atendimento precoce em situações de emergência e instituição do suporte básico de vida (SBV é fundamental para salvar vidas e prevenir seqüelas. O objetivo foi identificar o conhecimento dos leigos sobre SBV. Utililizou-se entrevista estruturada em linguagem não-técnica. A amostra compreendeu 385 sujeitos, a maioria (57,1% do sexo feminino com ensino médio completo e superior incompleto (53,7%. Verificou-se apenas 9,9% conhecem a manobra de respiração boca-a-boca; 84,2% conhecem a técnica de compressão torácica externa (CTE, e destes, 79,9% sabem sua finalidade. Apenas 14,5% sabem posicionar a vítima para realizar a CTE; 82,4% referem uma freqüência menor que 60 CTE/minuto. Por não apresentarem adequada informação e fundamentação das etapas do SBV, os leigos podem prestar atendimento incorreto à vítima de emergência, acarretando prejuízos à reanimação.La capacitación del lego para la atención precoz en situaciones de emergencia e aplicación del soporte básico de vida (SBV es fundamental para salvar vidas y prevenir secuelas. El objetivo fue identificar el conocimiento de los legos sobre SBV. Se utililizó la entrevista estructurada en un lenguague no técnico. La muestra comprendió 385 sujetos, la mayoría (57,1% del sexo femenino con enseñanza media completa y superior incompleta (53,7%; Los que conocen la maniobra de respiración boca a boca son apenas 9,9%; 84,2% conocen la técnica de compresión toráxica externa (CTE y de estos, 79,9% saben su finalidad. Apenas 14,5% saben posicionar a la víctima para realizar la CTE, 82,4% refieren una frecuencia menor que 60 CTE/minuto. Por no presentar adecuada información y fundamentos de las etapas del SBV, los legos pueden prestar una atención incorrecta a la víctima de emergencia, ocasionando perjuicios en la reanimación.Training laypeople to give first aid in emergency situations and offer basic life support (BLS is crucial

  1. Evidence-based practice of periodontics.

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    Cobb, Charles M; MacNeill, Simon R; Satheesh, Keerthana

    2010-01-01

    Evidence-based practice involves complex and conscientious decision making based not only on the available evidence but also on patient characteristics, situations, and preferences. It recognizes that care is individualized and ever-changing and involves uncertainties and probabilities. The specialty of periodontics has abundant high-level evidence upon which treatment decisions can be determined. This paper offers a brief commentary and overview of the available evidence commonly used in the private practice of periodontics.

  2. An update on periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships

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    Dannan, Aous

    2010-01-01

    Talking about periodontic-orthodontic interrelationships is related primarily to the 1960s, where a generalized increase in salivary bacterial counts, especially Lactobacillus, had been shown after orthodontic band placement. The purpose of this article is to provide the dental practitioner with basic understanding of the interrelationship between periodontics and orthodontics by means of representing classical studies, and, to give an update on this topic by demonstrating the most recent opi...

  3. Inter- relationship between rheumatoid arthritis and periodontitis.

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    Rajkarnikar, J; Thomas, B S; Rao, S K

    2013-01-01

    Periodontal medicine defines a rapidly emerging branch of Periodontology focusing on establishing a strong relationship between periodontal health and systemic health. It is speculated that the major common dysregulation which links Periodontitis with Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is being played by the mediators of immune inflammatory response. To determine whether there is any relationship between periodontal disease and Rheumatoid arthritis. A total of 100 patients were included for the present study which was divided into two groups: one group (cases) included 50 patients attending the Department of Orthopedics, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal who were diagnosed of Rheumatoid arthritis. Another subject population included 50 patients as controls attending the Department of Oral Medicine, Manipal College of Dental Sciences, Manipal with age and gender matched with those of rheumatoid arthritis group. Specific measures for periodontitis included plaque index, gingival index, number of missing teeth, and radiographic alveolar bone loss scores. Measures of rheumatoid arthritis included health assessment questionaires, levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) and erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR). Various periodontal parameters were compared between the cases and controls. The average alveolar bone loss was statistically more severe in Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) group than in the controls although there were similar plaque index in both the groups. The gingival index was statistically higher in the RA group. The Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR) and C- Reactive Protein (CRP) levels of RA patients were also significantly associated with the severity of periodontal disease. There was a significant association between Rheumatoid arthritis and Periodontitis which may be due to a common underlying deregulation of the inflammatory response in these individuals.

  4. Periodontics and Oral-Systeric Relationships: Diabetes.

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    Glascoe, Alison; Brown, Ronald; Robinson, Grace; Hailu, Kassahun

    2016-01-01

    The oral cavity is a part of the body. The health of the oral cavity affects the health of the entire body. This relationship is reciprocal, as the overall health of an individual will also affect the health of that individual's oral cavity. Periodontal disease is a common, chronic inflammatory disease affecting the supporting structures of the teeth. It has been proposed that periodontal disease is a risk factor for systemic diseases such as diabetes.

  5. Scope of photodynamic therapy in periodontics

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    Vivek Kumar; Jolly Sinha; Neelu Verma; Kamal Nayan; C S Saimbi; Amitandra K Tripathi

    2015-01-01

    Periodontal disease results from inflammation of the supporting structure of the teeth and in response to chronic infection caused by various periodontopathic bacteria. The mechanical removal of this biofilm and adjunctive use of antibacterial disinfectants and antibiotics have been the conventional methods of periodontal therapy. However, the removal of plaque and the reduction in the number of infectious organisms can be impaired in sites with difficult access. Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is...

  6. Periodontitis in patients with focal tuberculosis

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    Alexandrova Е.А.

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available The research goal is to investigate the mechanisms of formation and peculiarities of periodontitis in patients with focal tuberculosis. Patients with periodontitis and focal tuberculosis are proved to develop local inflammatory reaction with increased infection and activation of proinflammatory cytokines in parodontal pockets fluid. The main risk factor of frequent and durable recurrence of parodontal pathology in case of focal tuberculosis was the development of pathologic process as a cause of disbalance of lipid peroxidation and antioxidant system, endotoxicosis syndrome

  7. Impact of periodontitis on chemokines in smokers.

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    Haytural, O; Yaman, D; Ural, E C; Kantarci, A; Demirel, Korkud

    2015-06-01

    The aim of this study was to investigate the chemokine expression profiles in gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) and serum in patients with advanced chronic periodontitis and to assess the impact of smoking on local and systemic levels of chemokines. Thirty patients with chronic periodontitis (CP; 20 smokers and 10 non-smokers) and 20 periodontally healthy subjects (10 smokers and 10 non-smokers) were recruited. Clinical parameters included the plaque index (PI), gingival index (GI), and bleeding on probing (BOP). Macrophage inflammatory protein-1 alpha (MIP-1α), macrophage inflammatory protein-1 beta (MIP-1β), monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 (MCP-1), and regulated on activation normal T cell expressed and secreted chemokine (RANTES) were measured in gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) and serum using a multiplex immunoassay. MIP-1α levels were significantly lower (10.15 ± 1.48; p = 0.039) while MIP-1β levels were significantly higher (42.05 ± 8.21; p = 0.005) in sera from non-smoker patients with CP compared to non-smoker healthy subjects. MCP-1 concentration in sera was significantly higher in smoker periodontitis patients (8.89 ± 1.65) compared to non-smoker patients with periodontitis (8.14 ± 0.97; p = 0.004). MIP-1α and RANTES were significantly higher in GCF of the patients with CP (p = 0.001) while there were no statistically significant correlations between the GCF levels of these analytes and the smoking status. Periodontal inflammation increases the chemokine concentrations in the GCF while smoking suppresses chemokine levels in serum suggesting that different local and systemic mechanisms are involved during the response to periodontitis in smokers. Understanding the local and systemic chemokine responses in smokers will enable the development of biologically-based treatment methods for chronic periodontitis.

  8. Caracterización arqueométrica de pigmentos y soportes procedentes de pinturas murales góticas (S. XIII-XV

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    Kriznar, A.

    2007-04-01

    mortar as support were used in these Gothic wall paintings. Moreover, this feature, besides of cinnabar application, allows to establish the 1400-1410 wall paintings in the artistic Italian current named Trecento. The second procedure to paint is a typical of North Europe: one or two layer of mortar with a fine layer of lime. This is used to improve the strenght of lime as an aglutinant in the mortar. With this study, it is concluded that the Italian and North-European artistic currents met in Slovenian territory, which is appraisable as much stilistic (Art History as scientific (Chemical and Physical analysis point of views. This kind of investigation allows to know better the Central European Art and the Slovenian Art in the Adriatic zone, as well as the general map of European Art in the Middle Age.

    El presente trabajo forma parte de una investigación más amplia sobre pinturas murales góticas (S. XIII-XV. En concreto, se han estudiado las que se encuentran en el interior de varias iglesias de Eslovenia y que no habían sido estudiadas, hasta la fecha, por medio de técnicas instrumentales de análisis de materiales. Una de ellas está situada en la ciudad de Crngrob (Eslovenia y se ha seleccionado como objeto de este estudio (Iglesia de la Anunciación de María. El estudio científico de las muestras en el ICMSE se basó, principalmente, en la preparación de una serie de secciones estratigráficas a partir de los fragmentos pequeños de las mismas para analizar las diferentes capas de mortero soporte y de la propia pintura. Se examinaron dichas preparaciones por varias técnicas, como son fotografía digital, microscopías óptica y electrónica (MEB, espectroscopía IR (reflexión y EDX. Una información adicional sobre pigmentos y morteros se obtuvo mediante IR (transmisión, preparando pastillas con KBr, además de DRX. Las muestras estudiadas pueden clasificarse en dos grupos que, a su vez, permiten apreciar dos formas de pintura mural. La primera es t

  9. Attitudes regarding specialist referrals in periodontics.

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    Sharpe, G; Durham, J A; Preshaw, P M

    2007-02-24

    To examine the attitudes of dental practitioners towards specialist periodontal referral in the North East of England. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with a purposive sample of 10 practitioners. Interviews continued until data saturation occurred. The data were organised using a framework and analysed by two researchers working independently. Perceptions of periodontal disease and treatment appear to be heavily influenced by the NHS remuneration system. Treatment in general practice was limited to simple scaling and there was an apparent reluctance to treat advanced periodontitis. Such cases were commonly referred to specialists, confirming the demand for a referral service in periodontics. The perceived potential for medico-legal consequences was a strong driver of referrals. Distance to the referral centre and the perceived costs of treatment were significant barriers to referral. Dentists valued the specialist's personal reputation and clinical skills more highly than academic status. Deficiencies in communication between primary and secondary care were highlighted. Increased resources are required to manage periodontal diseases within the NHS. There is a need for a periodontal referral service in the North East of England to improve accessibility to specialist care. This would appear to be most appropriately delivered by increased numbers of specialist practitioners.

  10. Association between periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease

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    Rehman, M.M.; Salama, R.P.

    2004-01-01

    Studies have supported the notion that subjects with periodontitis and patients with multiple tooth extractions as a result of chronic advanced periodontal disease (PDD) have a greater risk of developing Cardiovascular disease (CVD) than those who had little or no periodontal infection. Periodontitis may predispose affected patients to CVD by elevating systemic C-reactive protein level and pro-inflammatory activity in atherosclerotic lesions and accelerate development of cardiovascular diseases, Oral health variables including loss of teeth, positive plaque Benzoyl-D-L-Arginine- Naphthyl Amide test (BANA) scores, and compliant of xerostomia may by considered as risk indicators for CVD. Exact mechanism which links PDD and CVD has not been firmly established. The link between PDD and CVD may be attributed to bacteria entering blood stream and attaching to the fatty plaque in coronary artery and contributing to clot formation which can lead to heart attack. Inflammation caused by PDD increases the plaque build up. The association between the two disease entities is cause for concern. However, dental and medical practitioners should be aware of these findings to move intelligently to interact with inquiring patients with periodontitis. They should be urged to maintain medical surveillance of their cardiovascular status, and work on controlling or reducing all known risk factors associated with CVD, including periodontal infection. (author)

  11. Maternal Periodontitis, Preeclampsia and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes

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    Pourandokht Afshari

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Background and Aim: Preeclampsia is a considerable problem of pregnancy. Endothelial dysfunction and placental hypoxia are the current hypothesis of preeclampsia. Chronic inflammation, including periodontitis may provoke systemic maternal and placental pro-inflammatory endothelial dysfunction, which represent a significant risk factor for diseases of vascular origin. So this study was carried out to evaluate the possible relationship between periodontitis and preeclampsia. Methods: A total of 360 pregnant women were included, corresponding to 180 pregnant women with mild or sever periodotitis in one group and 180 pregnant women with periodontal health in the other group. Periodontitis was determined by the sum of all pockets with pocket probing depth (PPD ≥4mm and bleeding on probing. periodontal health was defined as the absence of PPD≥ 4mm. Then two groups evaluated to determine the presence of preeclampsia. After delivery, Child weight at birth and gestational age was also evaluated. Chi square and t test analysis were used to analyze the data. Results: There was statistically significant difference between two groups in presence of preeclampsia (p=0.003. Women who had a worse periodontal condition were at higher risk for preeclampsia. In addition, birth weight and gestational age was statistically lower in the case group than the control group (p < 0.001. Conclusion: The results indicate that the presence and severity of peridontitis increase the risk for occurrence of preeclampsia and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

  12. Effect of Simvastatin Prodrug on Experimental Periodontitis.

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    Bradley, Aaron D; Zhang, Yijia; Jia, Zhenshan; Zhao, Gang; Wang, Xiaobei; Pranke, Laura; Schmid, Marian J; Wang, Dong; Reinhardt, Richard A

    2016-05-01

    Local application of statins has shown potential in preventing and regenerating bone loss associated with experimental periodontitis. This study evaluates the effect of a novel simvastatin (SIM) prodrug (capable of delivering high doses to periodontitis inflammatory lesion and cells) on experimental periodontitis bone loss and inflammation. Forty mature female Sprague Dawley rats were subjected to ligature-induced experimental periodontitis between maxillary first and second molars (M1-M2). Equal groups were treated with three weekly doses of: 1) prodrug carrier alone (mPEG); 2) 0.5 mg SIM dose equivalent in carrier (SIM/SIM-mPEG); 3) 1.0 mg SIM/SIM-mPEG; 4) 1.5 mg SIM/SIM-mPEG; or 5) ligature alone. Contralateral molars served as unmanipulated controls. Four weeks after initiation of periodontitis, animals were euthanized, the M1-M2 interproximal was evaluated with microcomputed tomography and histology, and data were analyzed with one-way analysis of variance. Ligature alone caused a mean bone loss of 1.01 ± 0.06 mm from the cemento-enamel junction, whereas all doses of SIM/SIM-mPEG reduced bone loss, especially 1.5 mg SIM/SIM-mPEG (0.68 ± 0.05 mm, P periodontitis bone loss and inflammation in rats.

  13. Quantitative assessment of periodontal bone defects

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    Radiographs are a well-accepted tool in diagnosing periodontal bone lesions and making an accurate evaluation of the treatment. However, the assessment of bone is hampered by the complicated and as it were unpredictable pattern of bone structure. Therefore, and to compensate for the bias always present in human observations, a computer aided procedure was developed to detect and describe periodontal bone lesions. This paper describes a comparison of the performance by human observers and of the computer program. Two series of artificial periodontal bone lesions served as material for the assessments. This study shows that the automated lesion detection program enables an assessment of periodontal bone lesions, which is at least comparable with the results of a group of experienced observers and probably better. It is considerably better than the results of observers individually, and decreases the time-dependent variability appearing in repeated assessments of a single observer. The computer aided detection of periodontal lesions can be considered as a useful and reliable tool in periodontal diagnosis. 9 ref.; 2 figs

  14. Ubiquitination in Periodontal Disease: A Review.

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    Tsuchida, Sachio; Satoh, Mamoru; Takiwaki, Masaki; Nomura, Fumio

    2017-07-10

    Periodontal disease (periodontitis) is a chronic inflammatory condition initiated by microbial infection that leads to gingival tissue destruction and alveolar bone resorption. The periodontal tissue's response to dental plaque is characterized by the accumulation of polymorphonuclear leukocytes, macrophages, and lymphocytes, all of which release inflammatory mediators and cytokines to orchestrate the immunopathogenesis of periodontal disease. Ubiquitination is achieved by a mechanism that involves a number of factors, including an ubiquitin-activating enzyme, ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme, and ubiquitin-protein ligase. Ubiquitination is a post-translational modification restricted to eukaryotes that are involved in essential host processes. The ubiquitin system has been implicated in the immune response, development, and programmed cell death. Increasing numbers of recent reports have provided evidence that many approaches are delivering promising reports for discovering the relationship between ubiquitination and periodontal disease. The scope of this review was to investigate recent progress in the discovery of ubiquitinated protein in diseased periodontium and to discuss the ubiquitination process in periodontal diseases.

  15. Diagnosis of Periodontal Diseases by Biomarkers

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    Kido, Jun-Ichi; Hino, Mami; Bando, Mika; Hiroshima, Yuka

    Many middle aged and old persons take periodontal diseases that mainly cause teeth loss and result in some systemic diseases. The prevention of periodontal diseases is very important for oral and systemic health, but the present diagnostic examination is not fully objective and suitable. To diagnose periodontal diseases exactly, some biomarkers shown inflammation, tissue degradation and bone resorption, in gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) and saliva are known. We demonstrated that GCF levels of calprotectin, inflammation-related protein, and carboxy-terminal propeptide of type I procollagen, bone metabolism-related protein, were associated with clinical condition of periodontal diseases, and suggested that these proteins may be useful biomarkers for periodontal diseases. Recently, determinations of genes and proteins by using microdevices are studied for diagnosis of some diseases. We detected calprotectin protein by chemiluminescent immunoassay on a microchip and showed the possibility of specific and quantitative detection of calprotectin in a very small amount of GCF. To determine plural markers in GCF by using microdevices contributes to develop accurate, objective diagnostic system of periodontal diseases.

  16. Periodontal conditions in vegetarians: a clinical study.

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    Staufenbiel, I; Weinspach, K; Förster, G; Geurtsen, W; Günay, H

    2013-08-01

    Investigations about possible correlations between vegetarian diet and periodontal conditions are rare and characterized by small case numbers. The aim of this clinical study was to investigate the influence of a vegetarian diet on periodontal parameters with an appropriate sample size. A total of 200 patients, 100 vegetarians and 100 non-vegetarians, were included in the study. All patients were examined including a full mouth assessment of the periodontal and dental conditions. In addition, a questionnaire was handed out to ask for patients' oral hygiene habits and level of education. For statistical analysis the Mann-Whitney Test (χ(2) for analysis of the questionnaire) was applied (level of significance: Pvegetarians versus 41.72 years non-vegetarians). Vegetarians had significantly lower probing pocket depths (P=0.039), bleeding on probing (P=0.001), periodontal screening index (P=0.012), a better hygiene index (Pvegetarians. Furthermore, vegetarians had a higher level of education (PVegetarians revealed better periodontal conditions (less inflammation signs, less periodontal damage and a better dental home care). However, it should be considered that vegetarians are not only avoiding meat in their nutrition but are also characterized by an overall healthier life style.

  17. Advanced drug delivery approaches against periodontitis.

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    Joshi, Deeksha; Garg, Tarun; Goyal, Amit K; Rath, Goutam

    2016-01-01

    Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease of gums involving the degeneration of periodontal ligaments, creation of periodontal pocket and resorption of alveolar bone, resulting in the disruption of the support structure of teeth. According to WHO, 10-15% of the global population suffers from severe periodontitis. The disease results from the growth of a diverse microflora (especially anaerobes) in the pockets and release of toxins, enzymes and stimulation of body's immune response. Various local or systemic approaches were used for an effective treatment of periodontitis. Currently, controlled local drug delivery approach is more favorable as compared to systemic approach because it mainly focuses on improving the therapeutic outcomes by achieving factors like site-specific delivery, low dose requirement, bypass of first-pass metabolism, reduction in gastrointestinal side effects and decrease in dosing frequency. Overall it provides a safe and effective mode of treatment, which enhances patient compliance. Complete eradication of the organisms from the sites was not achieved by using various surgical and mechanical treatments. So a number of polymer-based delivery systems like fibers, films, chips, strips, microparticles, nanoparticles and nanofibers made from a variety of natural and synthetic materials have been successfully tested to deliver a variety of drugs. These systems are biocompatible and biodegradable, completely fill the pockets, and have strong retention on the target site due to excellent mucoadhesion properties. The review summarizes various available and recently developing targeted delivery devices for the treatment of periodontitis.

  18. Orthodontic treatment in patients with aggressive periodontitis.

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    Carvalho, Cássio Volponi; Saraiva, Luciana; Bauer, Flávio Paim Falcão; Kimura, Rui Yoshio; Souto, Maria Luisa Silveira; Bernardo, Carlos Cheque; Pannuti, Cláudio Mendes; Romito, Giuseppe Alexandre; Pustiglioni, Francisco Emílio

    2018-04-01

    Aggressive periodontitis (AP) is a condition that promotes breakdown of the periodontal tissues in a short time. In severe cases, pathologic migration of teeth and tooth loss can occur, producing esthetic and functional problems for the patient. Orthodontic treatment may be recommended to restore esthetics and masticatory function. We assessed the effects of orthodontic movement in the periodontal tissues of treated patients with AP. Ten subjects (ages 25.0 ± 5.22 years) with AP received periodontal treatment followed by orthodontic treatment. Maintenance sessions were performed monthly under a strict dental biofilm control. They were compared with 10 periodontally healthy subjects (ages 22.9 ± 5.23 years) who received orthodontic treatment. Probing pocket depth, clinical attachment level, bleeding on probing, and dental plaque index were measured at baseline, after orthodontic treatment, and after 4 months. Statistical analysis showed improvement in all clinical parameters between baseline and 4 months after orthodontic treatment: probing pocket depth (0.29 mm), clinical attachment level (0.38 mm), bleeding on probing (4.0%), and dental plaque index (11%). The periodontal parameters of the AP patients remained stable during orthodontic treatment under strict biofilm control. Copyright © 2018 American Association of Orthodontists. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  19. Association between periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease

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    Rehman, M M; Salama, R P [Ajman Univ. of Science and Technology Network, Abu-Dhabi Campus (United Arab Emirates)

    2004-06-01

    Studies have supported the notion that subjects with periodontitis and patients with multiple tooth extractions as a result of chronic advanced periodontal disease (PDD) have a greater risk of developing Cardiovascular disease (CVD) than those who had little or no periodontal infection. Periodontitis may predispose affected patients to CVD by elevating systemic C-reactive protein level and pro-inflammatory activity in atherosclerotic lesions and accelerate development of cardiovascular diseases, Oral health variables including loss of teeth, positive plaque Benzoyl-D-L-Arginine- Naphthyl Amide test (BANA) scores, and compliant of xerostomia may by considered as risk indicators for CVD. Exact mechanism which links PDD and CVD has not been firmly established. The link between PDD and CVD may be attributed to bacteria entering blood stream and attaching to the fatty plaque in coronary artery and contributing to clot formation which can lead to heart attack. Inflammation caused by PDD increases the plaque build up. The association between the two disease entities is cause for concern. However, dental and medical practitioners should be aware of these findings to move intelligently to interact with inquiring patients with periodontitis. They should be urged to maintain medical surveillance of their cardiovascular status, and work on controlling or reducing all known risk factors associated with CVD, including periodontal infection. (author)

  20. Photodynamic therapy for periodontal disease

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    Weersink, Robert A.

    2002-05-01

    Periodontal disease is a family of chronic inflammatory conditions caused by bacterial infections.' It is manifested in red, swollen gingiva (gums) and can lead to destruction of the connective tissue and bone that hold teeth in place. Conventional treatments typically require some form of invasive surgery, depending on the disease stage at time of detection. Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) is the use of light-activated drugs (photosensitizers) for treatment of a variety of conditions 2 such as solid tumors, pre-malignancies, macular degeneration and actinic keratitis. There have been a number of studies of PDT as an antibacterial agent. 3'4 Depending on the photosensitizer and strain of bacteria, significant killing (several LOGS) can be achieved.

  1. Total anti-oxidant capacity of saliva in chronic periodontitis patients before and after periodontal treatment.

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    Shirzaiy, M; Ansari, S M; Dehghan, J H; Ghaeni, S H

    2014-01-01

    Periodontal disease is among the most common inflammatory conditions which is associated with many different factors. One of the contributing factors to the pathogenesis of this condition may compromise the defensive mechanism of antioxidants. The present study evaluates the antioxidant capacity of saliva in periodontal patients before and after periodontal treatment. In this cross sectional study, 31 patients systemically healthy non smokers with chronic periodontitis were recruited. The antioxidant capacity of saliva was measured before the initial phase of periodontal therapy and after completion of the treatment. Data were analyzed using SPSS 19 software. Paired T-Test, Independent sample T-test and ANOVA tests were used as appropriated. The mean and standard deviation antioxidant capacity of the saliva after the treatment.(0.962± 0.287µM)was significantly higher than before the treatment (0.655 ± 0.281 µM ,pperiodontal treatment was higher among men than among women; however, the difference was not significant (P=0.07). The mean difference of salivary antioxidant capacity was not significantly differed among different ages (P=0.772). The antioxidant capacity of saliva was higher after periodontal therapy among patients with periodontal disease, however the change was not varied across the ages and gender. Therefore, the alterations in the defensive mechanism of antioxidants could be the key factors contribute to the pathogenesis of periodontal diseases.

  2. Effect of Periodontal Dressing on Wound Healing and Patient Satisfaction Following Periodontal Flap Surgery.

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    Sara Soheilifar

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available It has been claimed that periodontal dressing reduces the risk of wound infection, bleeding and granulation tissue formation and improves tissue healing. This study sought to assess the effect of periodontal dressing on wound healing and patient satisfaction following periodontal flap surgery.This clinical trial was conducted on 33 patients presenting to Hamadan University, School of Dentistry in 2012 whose treatment plan included two periodontal surgical procedures on both quadrants of the maxilla or mandible. The variables evaluated were severity of pain, bleeding, facial swelling and ease of nutrition experienced by patient during the first 3 days after surgery and inflammation, granulation tissue formation and gingival color at 7 and 14 days. Obtained data were analyzed using SPSS version 16.0 and R software and chi-square and t-tests.The mean (±SD pain score was 1.73±1.153 and 2.79±1.933 in surgical sites with and without periodontal dressing, respectively and this difference was statistically significant (P=0.005. No significant difference was noted between sites with and without periodontal dressing in terms of swelling, bleeding, gingival consistency, granulation tissue formation, gingival color and ease of nutrition (P>0.05.According to the results of the present study, patients did not experience more bleeding, facial swelling or nutritional problems without periodontal dressing; however, the level of pain experienced was lower after surgeries with the use of periodontal dressing.

  3. Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy Reduces Saliva Adipokine and Matrix Metalloproteinase Levels in Periodontitis.

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    Özcan, Erkan; Işıl Saygun, N; Serdar, Muhittin A; Umut Bengi, V; Kantarcı, Alpdoğan

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    Adipokines enhance the synthesis of proinflammatory cytokines and matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), which play a role in extracellular matrix degeneration. The aim of this study is to determine the levels of some adipokines, proinflammatory cytokines, and MMPs in the saliva of patients with periodontitis and healthy individuals and to evaluate the changes after non-surgical periodontal therapy (NSPT). Of 32 individuals included in the study, 17 had periodontitis and 15 had healthy gingiva. Saliva samples were obtained from all individuals. In patients with periodontitis, samples were recollected 3 and 6 months after NSPT. Visfatin, chemerin, progranulin, interleukin (IL)-1β, IL-8, MMP-8, and MMP-13 levels were measured using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. In patients with periodontitis, all of the parameters measured in the saliva were higher than those of healthy individuals. At 3 months, visfatin, progranulin, IL-8, and MMP-8 levels were significantly decreased compared with baseline values. The levels of other biochemical parameters, chemerin and IL-1β, were significantly decreased compared with baseline values at 6 months, and the levels became similar to those in healthy individuals. In the periodontitis group, positive correlations were found among visfatin and IL-8 (r = 0.909, P periodontal tissue in periodontitis by stimulating the expression of proinflammatory cytokines and MMPs.

  4. The intricate anatomy of the periodontal ligament and its development: Lessons for periodontal regeneration

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    de Jong, T.; Bakker, A. D.; Everts, V.; Smit, T. H.

    2017-01-01

    The periodontal ligament (PDL) connects the tooth root and alveolar bone. It is an aligned fibrous network that is interposed between, and anchored to, both mineralized surfaces. Periodontal disease is common and reduces the ability of the PDL to act as a shock absorber, a barrier for pathogens and

  5. Impact of aggressive periodontitis and chronic periodontitis on oral health-related quality of life.

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    Llanos, Alexandre Hugo; Silva, Carlos Guillermo Benítez; Ichimura, Karina Tamie; Rebeis, Estela Sanches; Giudicissi, Marcela; Romano, Marcelo Munhóes; Saraiva, Luciana

    2018-01-01

    The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to investigate the effect of different forms of periodontal diseases on Oral Health-Related Quality of Life (OHRQoL). Fifty-two patients with Aggressive Periodontitis (AP) or Chronic Periodontitis (CP) were included: nine patients with Localized Aggressive Periodontitis (LAP), thirty-three patients with Generalized Aggressive Periodontitis (GAP) and ten patients with Generalized Chronic Periodontitis (GCP). Oral Health Impact Profile questionnaires (OHIP-14) were distributed after a clinical examination that measured the following periodontal parameters: tooth loss, bleeding on probing (BoP), probing depth (PD), gingival recession (REC) and clinical attachment level (CAL). The global OHIP-14 score means were 10.6 for LAP, 16.5 for GAP, and 17.5 for GCP. A statistically significant difference (p periodontitis. LAP, GAP and GCP have an impact on patient quality of life when measured using the OHIP-14. Patients with GAP and GCP had poorer OHRQoL than LAP patients.

  6. Microbiomes associated with bovine periodontitis and oral health.

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    Borsanelli, Ana C; Lappin, David F; Viora, Lorenzo; Bennett, David; Dutra, Iveraldo S; Brandt, Bernd W; Riggio, Marcello P

    2018-05-01

    Periodontitis is an infectious polymicrobial, immuno-inflammatory disease of multifactorial aetiology that has an impact on the health, production and welfare of ruminants. The objective of the present study was to determine the microbial profiles present in the gingival sulcus of cattle considered periodontally healthy and in the periodontal pocket of animals with periodontitis lesions using high-throughput bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequencing. Subgingival biofilm samples were collected from 40 cattle with periodontitis and 38 periodontally healthy animals. In total, 1923 OTUs were identified and classified into 395 genera or higher taxa. Microbial profiles in health differed significantly from periodontitis in their composition (p PERMANOVA) but no statistically significant differences were observed in the diversity of healthy and periodontitis microbiomes. The most prevalent taxa in health were Pseudomonas, Burkholderia and Actinobacteria, whereas in disease these were Prevotella, Fusobacterium and Porphyromonas. The most discriminative taxa in health were Gastranaerophilales, Planifilum and Burkholderia, and in disease these were Elusimicrobia, Synergistes and Propionivibrio. In conclusion, statistically significant difference exists between the microbiome in bovine oral health and periodontitis, with populations showing 72.6% dissimilarity. The diversity of the bacteria found in health and periodontitis were similar and bacteria recognised as periodontal pathogens showed increased abundance in disease. In this context, the main components of bacterial homeostasis in the biofilm of healthy sites and of dysbiosis in periodontal lesions provide unprecedented indicators for the evolution of knowledge about bovine periodontitis. Copyright © 2018 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  7. Memoria organizacional para el soporte de gestión documental en actividades de investigación

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    Javier Enrique De la Hoz Freyle

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    Full Text Available La gestión de la calidad en las organizaciones supone una serie de beneficios que las impulsa a obtener ventajas competitivas a través de la mejora continua de sus procesos. Sin embargo, este enfoque de gestión administrativo conlleva una serie de barreras y dificultades que obstaculizan la rápida consecución del éxito en sus prácticas. Una de las áreas de la gestión de la calidad que ha presentado dificultades en el Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones Ambientales (CEIAM de la Universidad Industrial de Santander (UIS es la gestión documental, principalmente debido a la alta rotación del personal técnico, el cual está compuesto en su mayoría por estudiantes de química de últimos semestres, que abandonan el laboratorio del centro una vez culminan sus estudios universitarios, lo que obliga a la entidad a incluir nuevos estudiantes continuamente para dar soporte a sus labores de investigación y extensión, entorpeciendo así esta área de la gestión de la calidad.Como alternativa de solución a la problemática descrita se planteó y desarrolló una investigación en la cual se pretendía aplicar estrategias de gestión del conocimiento para disminuir las dificultades presentadas en la gestión documental del laboratorio del CEIAM.

  8. Desarrollo didáctico de aplicaciones fotogramétricas sobre soporte informático

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    Full Text Available RESUMEN: En este artículo se llama la atención acerca de la escasez de reflexiones realmente pedagógicas tanto en la enseñanza de las disciplinas técnicas como en el empleo de los soportes informáticos para, a continuación, acometer una serie de reflexiones teóricas que permitan fundamentar una línea de actuación, tan heurística como didáctica, encaminada a desarrollar software docente en la enseñanza técnica y, en concreto, en las titulaciones de Ingeniero Técnico en Topografía e Ingeniero Superior en Geodesia y Cartografía impartidas en la E.P.S. de Ávila de la Universidad de Salamanca. Estas consideraciones van acompañadas de los resultados obtenidos por un desarrollo concreto en la línea mencionada aplicado en la docencia de la asignatura Fotogrametría III durante el curso 1998/99.ABSTRACT: This paper points out the fact that there is a lack of true pedagogic discussion on the teaching of the engineering curriculums and on the use of computers. Some ideas are put forward on the aim of establishing the fundamentáis of a teaching/learning software developing project. This software should be proficient in the technological teaching environment and, more concisely, in the Surveyor Engineer and Geodestic and Cartographic Engineer curriculums, both implemented at the Superior Engineering School of Ávila belonging to the Salamanca University. These considerations are supported by the results obtained on the application of a computer aided course covering the main program of the Photogrammetry III matter in the pastyear 1998/99.

  9. El papel de las Administraciones Públicas en la configuración de las autopistas de la información de Andalucía como soporte para los sistemas de información

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    Full Text Available Las administraciones central, autonómicas y municipales están participando en la revolución de las nuevas tecnologías de la información (NTI con desigual in­terés y fortuna. La propia revolución se está sirviendo de vehículo a sí misma, provocando una situación de atracción y desconcierto donde los intereses mercantiles y políticos pueden primar sobre la lógica de la correcta configuración sobre el territorio de una red de transmisión de datos, la cual debe dar soporte físico a los costosos sistemas de información territoriales que se están desarrollando y poniendo en servicio en Andalucía. El principio constitucional sobre la autonomía de las tres administraciones no exime a éstas de la obligación de ofrecer al ciudadano un conjunto de centros de gestión con una actividad fluida y con sistemas de información intercomunicados que sean capaces de proporcionar al contribuyente unos servicios con la calidad que actualmente se requiere, estando este deber en consonancia con la ley 30/92 del Régimen Jurídico de las Administraciones Públi­cas y del Procedimiento administrativo común. El propio Estatuto de Andalucía en el artículo 42 párrafo cuatro obliga a la Comunidad Autónoma a articular la gestión de sus servicios periféricos propios a través de las Diputaciones Provinciales. Por otra parte, dado el carácter articulador que se le reconoce a las telecomunicaciones, la operatividad de los sistemas de información en lo que a su topología y componente lógico se refiere está contenida en el capítulo de comunica­ciones dentro del cual se incluye el de las telecomunicaciones. Este aspecto se tiene en cuenta dentro de las directrices del Plan Andaluz de Desarrollo Económico y Territorial 1991-94, tal y como se advierte en las Bases para la Ordenación del Territorio de Andalucía BELLOSO y ESPAÑA (1995. A la luz de este contexto jurídico administrativo, este trabajo pretende desvelar los obstáculos que sobre

  10. Resistin: A Potential Biomarker for Periodontitis Influenced Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetes Induced Periodontitis

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    Archana Devanoorkar

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Biomarkers are highly specific and sensitive indicators of disease activity. Resistin is a recently discovered adipocytokine, having a potent biomarker quality. Initially resistin was thought to be produced by adipocytes alone; however, emerging evidence suggests that it is also produced in abundance by various cells of the immunoinflammatory system, indicating its role in various chronic inflammatory diseases. Data suggests that resistin plays a role in obesity, insulin resistance, cardiovascular diseases, and periodontitis. Resistin derived its name from the original observation that it induced insulin resistance (resist-in: resist insulin in mice and is downregulated in mature murine adipocytes cultured in the presence of insulin sensitizing drugs like thiazolidinediones. It is well recognized that obesity, is associated with insulin resistance and diabetes. A three-way relationship has been established between diabetes, obesity and periodontitis. Recent evidence also suggests an association between obesity and increased risk for periodontitis. Our previous research showed incremental elevation of resistin with periodontal disease activity and a reduced level of resistin, after periodontal therapy. Thus resistin would be one of the molecular links connecting obesity, periodontitis, and diabetes and may serve as a marker that links periodontal disease with other systemic diseases. A Medline/PubMed search was carried out for keywords “Diabetes Mellitus,” “Periodontitis,” and “Resistin,” and all relevant research papers from 1990 in English were shortlisted and finalized based on their importance. This review provides an insight into the biological action of resistin and its possible role in periodontitis influenced diabetes mellitus and diabetes induced periodontitis.

  11. Relationship between invasion of the periodontium by periodontal pathogens and periodontal disease: a systematic review.

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    Mendes, Luzia; Azevedo, Nuno Filipe; Felino, António; Pinto, Miguel Gonçalves

    2015-01-01

    Bacterial invasion of the periodontal tissues has been suggested as a relevant step in the etiopathogenesis of periodontal disease. However, its exact importance remains to be defined. The present systematic review assessed the scientific evidence concerning the relationship between the quality or quantity of periodontal microbiota in periodontal tissues and development of periodontal disease. The databases Medline-PubMed, Cochrane-CENTRAL, ISI Web of Knowledge and SCOPUS were searched, up to January 2014. Studies that reported evaluation of periodontal pathogens invasion on human tissues were selected. The screening of 440 title/abstracts elected 26 papers for full-text reading. Twenty three papers were subsequently excluded because of insufficient data or a study protocol not related to the objectives of this systematic review. All included studies were case-control studies that evaluated intracellular or adherent bacteria to epithelial cells from periodontal pockets versus healthy sulci. Study protocols presented heterogeneity regarding case and control definitions and methodological approaches for microbial identification. No consistent significant differences were found related to the presence/absence or proportion of specific periopathogens across the studies, as only one study found statistically significant differences regarding the presence of A. actinomycetemcomitans (p = 0.043), T. forsythia (P periodontal pockets vs. healthy sulci. All studies reported a larger unspecific bacterial load in or on the epithelial cells taken from a diseased site compared to a healthy sulcus. The current available data is of low to moderate quality and inconsistent mainly due to study design, poor reporting and methodological diversity. As so, there is insufficient evidence to support or exclude the invasion by periodontal pathogens as a key step in the etiopathogenesis of periodontal disease. Further research is needed.

  12. Relationship between invasion of the periodontium by periodontal pathogens and periodontal disease: a systematic review

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    Mendes, Luzia; Azevedo, Nuno Filipe; Felino, António; Pinto, Miguel Gonçalves

    2015-01-01

    Bacterial invasion of the periodontal tissues has been suggested as a relevant step in the etiopathogenesis of periodontal disease. However, its exact importance remains to be defined. The present systematic review assessed the scientific evidence concerning the relationship between the quality or quantity of periodontal microbiota in periodontal tissues and development of periodontal disease. The databases Medline-PubMed, Cochrane-CENTRAL, ISI Web of Knowledge and SCOPUS were searched, up to January 2014. Studies that reported evaluation of periodontal pathogens invasion on human tissues were selected. The screening of 440 title/abstracts elected 26 papers for full-text reading. Twenty three papers were subsequently excluded because of insufficient data or a study protocol not related to the objectives of this systematic review. All included studies were case-control studies that evaluated intracellular or adherent bacteria to epithelial cells from periodontal pockets versus healthy sulci. Study protocols presented heterogeneity regarding case and control definitions and methodological approaches for microbial identification. No consistent significant differences were found related to the presence/absence or proportion of specific periopathogens across the studies, as only one study found statistically significant differences regarding the presence of A. actinomycetemcomitans (p = 0.043), T. forsythia (P < 0.001), P. intermedia (P < 0.001), C. ochracea (P < 0.001) and C. rectus (P = 0.003) in epithelial cells from periodontal pockets vs. healthy sulci. All studies reported a larger unspecific bacterial load in or on the epithelial cells taken from a diseased site compared to a healthy sulcus. The current available data is of low to moderate quality and inconsistent mainly due to study design, poor reporting and methodological diversity. As so, there is insufficient evidence to support or exclude the invasion by periodontal pathogens as a key step in the

  13. Uso y percepciones hacia las tecnologías de información y comunicación en pacientes con diabetes, en un hospital público del Perú

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    Walter H. Curioso

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    Full Text Available La diabetes es un problema de salud global con una tendencia franca de aumento de pacientes en el mundo. Las tecnologías de información y comunicación (TIC pueden cumplir una función importante en este grupo de pacientes. Objetivo. Reportar el uso y percepciones hacia las TIC de pacientes con diabetes. Materiales y métodos. Durante el mes de agosto de 2008 se aplicó encuestas, previamente validadas, a pacientes con diabetes que acudieron a un hospital nacional. Resultados. La mayoría de los 200 pacientes con diabetes (mediana de edad: 60 años, 78,5% mujeres nunca usó una computadora (89,5%, correo electrónico (90%, Internet (92% o el chat (91,5%. La mayoría de participantes (91,5% nunca ha buscado información en salud en Internet. El 49% de los participantes realiza o recibe llamadas por celular al menos una vez por semana, sin embargo, la mayoría (84,5% y 67% nunca ha enviado o recibido mensajes de texto, respectivamente. Casi la totalidad de participantes desea recibir información sobre el cuidado de la diabetes. La mayoría de entrevistados (70,5% y 61,5% expresó su interés de participar en un programa de soporte para su diabetes usando celulares e Internet, respectivamente. Conclusiones. A pesar de que el uso de las TIC es relativamente bajo, la percepción hacia un sistema o programa usando celulares o Internet para el soporte de pacientes con diabetes es positiva. Es necesario desarrollar estudios que evalúen las razones por las que los pacientes no utilizan celulares o Internet, y evaluar posibles intervenciones a través de estos medios para el mejor manejo y soporte de pacientes con diabetes.

  14. Vitamin C in plasma and leucocytes in relation to periodontitis

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    Kuzmanova, D.; Jansen, I.D.C.; Schoenmaker, T.; Nazmi, K.; Teeuw, W.J.; Bizzarro, S.; Loos, B.G.; van der Velden, U.

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    Aim To test the hypothesis that vitamin C concentrations in plasma, polymorphonuclear neutrophilic leucocytes (PMNs) and peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) are lower in periodontitis patients compared with healthy controls. Methods Twenty-one untreated periodontal patients and 21 healthy

  15. Collagenolytic fragments and active gelatinase complexes in periodontitis.

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    Bildt, M.M.; Bloemen, M.; Kuijpers-Jagtman, A.M.; Hoff, J.W. Von den

    2008-01-01

    BACKGROUND: Periodontal tissues remodel rapidly, which enables quick adaptation to mechanical changes. Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) are involved in these remodeling processes under control of tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases (TIMPs). In periodontitis, overactivity of MMPs results in

  16. The role of cyclosporine A on the periodontal tissues

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    Mallappa Jayasheela

    2013-01-01

    Conclusion: CsA targets the periodontal tissues (gingiva, alveolar bone and cementum in different pattern. Its role in cementogenesis can be utilized for periodontal regeneration, if its local application is testified and verified in the future animal studies.

  17. Role of periodontal ligament fibroblasts in osteoclastogenesis: a review

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    Sokos, D.; Everts, V.; de Vries, T.J.

    2015-01-01

    During the last decade it has become clear that periodontal ligament fibroblasts may contribute to the in vitro differentiation of osteoclasts. We surveyed the current findings regarding their osteoclastogenesis potential. Periodontal ligament fibroblasts have the capacity to select and attract

  18. The Role of Nutrition in Periodontal Health: An Update

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    Shariq Najeeb

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    Full Text Available Periodontal health is influenced by a number of factors such as oral hygiene, genetic and epigenetic factors, systemic health, and nutrition. Many studies have observed that a balanced diet has an essential role in maintaining periodontal health. Additionally, the influences of nutritional supplements and dietary components have been known to affect healing after periodontal surgery. Studies have attempted to find a correlation between tooth loss, periodontal health, and nutrition. Moreover, bone formation and periodontal regeneration are also affected by numerous vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. The aim of this review is to critically appraise the currently available data on diet and maintenance of periodontal health and periodontal healing. The effects of nutritional intervention studies to improve the quality of life and well-being of patients with periodontal disease have been discussed.

  19. Periodontitis-activated monocytes/macrophages cause aortic inflammation

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    Miyajima, Shin-ichi; Naruse, Keiko; Kobayashi, Yasuko; Nakamura, Nobuhisa; Nishikawa, Toru; Adachi, Kei; Suzuki, Yuki; Kikuchi, Takeshi; Mitani, Akio; Mizutani, Makoto; Ohno, Norikazu; Noguchi, Toshihide; Matsubara, Tatsuaki

    2014-01-01

    A relationship between periodontal disease and atherosclerosis has been suggested by epidemiological studies. Ligature-induced experimental periodontitis is an adequate model for clinical periodontitis, which starts from plaque accumulation, followed by inflammation in the periodontal tissue. Here we have demonstrated using a ligature-induced periodontitis model that periodontitis activates monocytes/macrophages, which subsequently circulate in the blood and adhere to vascular endothelial cells without altering the serum TNF-α concentration. Adherent monocytes/macrophages induced NF-κB activation and VCAM-1 expression in the endothelium and increased the expression of the TNF-α signaling cascade in the aorta. Peripheral blood-derived mononuclear cells from rats with experimental periodontitis showed enhanced adhesion and increased NF-κB/VCAM-1 in cultured vascular endothelial cells. Our results suggest that periodontitis triggers the initial pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, inflammation of the vasculature, through activating monocytes/macrophages. PMID:24893991

  20. Identification of Dominant Immunogenic Bacteria and Bacterial Proteins in Periodontitis

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    Agerbæk, Mette Rylev; Haubek, Dorte; Birkelund, Svend

    Marginal periodontitis is considered an infectious disease that triggers host inflammatory responses resulting in destruction of the periodontium. A complex biofilm of bacteria is associated with periodontitis. Some species have been identified as putative pathogens such as Porphyromonas gingivalis...

  1. Immunolocalization of heme oxygenase-1 in periodontal diseases

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    G Gayathri

    2014-01-01

    Conclusion: The results of our study is an increasing evidence of involvement of antioxidant enzymes like heme oxygenase-1 in periodontal inflammation and their implication for treatment of chronic periodontitis.

  2. Development of an Ontology for Periodontitis.

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    Suzuki, Asami; Takai-Igarashi, Takako; Nakaya, Jun; Tanaka, Hiroshi

    2015-01-01

    In the clinical dentists and periodontal researchers' community, there is an obvious demand for a systems model capable of linking the clinical presentation of periodontitis to underlying molecular knowledge. A computer-readable representation of processes on disease development will give periodontal researchers opportunities to elucidate pathways and mechanisms of periodontitis. An ontology for periodontitis can be a model for integration of large variety of factors relating to a complex disease such as chronic inflammation in different organs accompanied by bone remodeling and immune system disorders, which has recently been referred to as osteoimmunology. Terms characteristic of descriptions related to the onset and progression of periodontitis were manually extracted from 194 review articles and PubMed abstracts by experts in periodontology. We specified all the relations between the extracted terms and constructed them into an ontology for periodontitis. We also investigated matching between classes of our ontology and that of Gene Ontology Biological Process. We developed an ontology for periodontitis called Periodontitis-Ontology (PeriO). The pathological progression of periodontitis is caused by complex, multi-factor interrelationships. PeriO consists of all the required concepts to represent the pathological progression and clinical treatment of periodontitis. The pathological processes were formalized with reference to Basic Formal Ontology and Relation Ontology, which accounts for participants in the processes realized by biological objects such as molecules and cells. We investigated the peculiarity of biological processes observed in pathological progression and medical treatments for the disease in comparison with Gene Ontology Biological Process (GO-BP) annotations. The results indicated that peculiarities of Perio existed in 1) granularity and context dependency of both the conceptualizations, and 2) causality intrinsic to the pathological processes

  3. Tratamiento integrado ortoperiodontal en la periodontitis juvenil: Presentación de un caso Orthoperiodontal integrated treatment in juvenile periodontitis: A case report

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    Tatiana Peña Ruiz

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available La periodontitis juvenil es un término que se usa para incluir diferentes tipos de periodontitis que afectan a jóvenes sanos. Esta entidad afecta a personas en la segunda década de la vida y se ha dividido en 2 formas: la localizada y la generalizada. Se presenta el caso de una paciente femenina de 13 años de edad, mestiza, estudiante de canto coral, la cual llevaba año y medio de tratamiento de ortodoncia, que después de instaurados los aparatos fijos, abandonó el seguimiento por consulta de la especialidad. Al examen físico se detecta una lesión de distribución márgino papilar, con pérdida de la morfología gingival, consistencia duroelástica, aspecto fibroedematoso y color rosado intenso con manchas melánicas aisladas, gingivorragia al sondeo, dolor y movilidad en dientes anterosuperiores y en menor escala en los anteroinferiores, bolsas periodontales de hasta 8 mm y pérdidas óseas horizontales y verticales localizadas en incisivos superiores e inferiores y en los primeros molares permanentes, constatada en las radiografías. Se presenta el tratamiento indicado y la evolución del caso mediante seguimiento imagenológico.Juvenile periodontitis is a term used to include different types of periodontitis affecting healthy young individuals. This entity affects persons on the second decade of life, and it has been divided into 2 forms: the localized and the generalized. The case of a 13-year-old black female student of choral singing, who had been under orthodontia treatment for a year and a half, and that after having the fixed appliances abandoned the follow-up, was presented. On the physical examination, it was detected a lesion of the marginal and papillary distribution with loss of gingival morphology, hardelastic consistency, fibroedematous aspect and dark pink colour with isolated melanic stains, gingivorrhagia, pain and mobility in the anterosuperior teeth, and in a less scale in the anteroinferior, periodontal pockets of

  4. Periodontal disease associated to systemic genetic disorders.

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    Nualart Grollmus, Zacy Carola; Morales Chávez, Mariana Carolina; Silvestre Donat, Francisco Javier

    2007-05-01

    A number of systemic disorders increase patient susceptibility to periodontal disease, which moreover evolves more rapidly and more aggressively. The underlying factors are mainly related to alterations in immune, endocrine and connective tissue status. These alterations are associated with different pathologies and syndromes that generate periodontal disease either as a primary manifestation or by aggravating a pre-existing condition attributable to local factors. This is where the role of bacterial plaque is subject to debate. In the presence of qualitative or quantitative cellular immune alterations, periodontal disease may manifest early on a severe localized or generalized basis--in some cases related to the presence of plaque and/or specific bacteria (severe congenital neutropenia or infantile genetic agranulocytosis, Chediak-Higiashi syndrome, Down syndrome and Papillon-Lefévre syndrome). In the presence of humoral immune alterations, periodontal damage may result indirectly as a consequence of alterations in other systems. In connective tissue disorders, bacterial plaque and alterations of the periodontal tissues increase patient susceptibility to gingival inflammation and alveolar resorption (Marfan syndrome and Ehler-Danlos syndrome). The management of periodontal disease focuses on the control of infection and bacterial plaque by means of mechanical and chemical methods. Periodontal surgery and even extraction of the most seriously affected teeth have also been suggested. There are variable degrees of consensus regarding the background systemic disorder, as in the case of Chediak-Higiashi syndrome, where antibiotic treatment proves ineffective; in severe congenital neutropenia or infantile genetic agranulocytosis, where antibiotic prophylaxis is suggested; and in Papillon-Lefévre syndrome, where an established treatment protocol is available.

  5. Aggressive periodontitis: case definition and diagnostic criteria.

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    Albandar, Jasim M

    2014-06-01

    Aggressive periodontitis is a destructive disease characterized by the following: the involvement of multiple teeth with a distinctive pattern of periodontal tissue loss; a high rate of disease progression; an early age of onset; and the absence of systemic diseases. In some patients periodontal tissue loss may commence before puberty, whereas in most patients the age of onset is during or somewhat after the circumpubertal period. Besides infection with specific microorganisms, a host predisposition seems to play a key role in the pathogenesis of aggressive periodontitis, as evidenced by the familial aggregation of the disease. In this article we review the historical background of the diagnostic criteria of aggressive periodontitis, present a contemporary case definition and describe the clinical parameters of the disease. At present, the diagnosis of aggressive periodontitis is achieved using case history, clinical examination and radiographic evaluation. The data gathered using these methods are prone to relatively high measurement errors. Besides, this diagnostic approach measures past disease history and may not reliably measure existing disease activity or accurately predict future tissue loss. A diagnosis is often made years after the onset of the disease, partly because current assessment methods detect established disease more readily and reliably than they detect incipient or initial lesions where the tissue loss is minimal and usually below the detection threshold of present examination methods. Future advancements in understanding the pathogenesis of this disease may contribute to an earlier diagnosis. Insofar, future case definitions may involve the identification of key etiologic and risk factors, combined with high-precision methodologies that enable the early detection of initial lesions. This may significantly enhance the predictive value of these tests and detect cases of aggressive periodontitis before significant tissue loss develops. © 2014

  6. Coffee consumption and periodontal disease in males.

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    Ng, Nathan; Kaye, Elizabeth Krall; Garcia, Raul I

    2014-08-01

    Coffee is a major dietary source of antioxidants as well as of other anti-inflammatory factors. Given the beneficial role of such factors in periodontal disease, whether coffee intake is associated with periodontal disease in adult males was explored. Existing data collected by a prospective, closed-panel cohort study of aging and oral health in adult males was used. Participants included the 1,152 dentate males in the Veterans Affairs (VA) Dental Longitudinal Study who presented for comprehensive medical and dental examinations from 1968 to 1998. Mean age at baseline was 48 years; males were followed for up to 30 years. Participants are not VA patients; rather, they receive their medical and dental care in the private sector. Periodontal status was assessed by probing depth (PD), bleeding on probing, and radiographic alveolar bone loss (ABL), measured on intraoral periapical radiographs with a modified Schei ruler method. Moderate-to-severe periodontal disease was defined as cumulative numbers of teeth exhibiting PD ≥4 mm or ABL ≥40%. Coffee intake was obtained from participant self-reports using the Cornell Medical Index and food frequency questionnaires. Multivariate repeated-measures generalized linear models estimated mean number of teeth with moderate-to-severe disease at each examination by coffee intake level. It was found that higher coffee consumption was associated with a small but significant reduction in number of teeth with periodontal bone loss. No evidence was found that coffee consumption was harmful to periodontal health. Coffee consumption may be protective against periodontal bone loss in adult males.

  7. PERAWATAN ABSES PERIODONTAL PADA PENDERITA DIABETES MELLITUS (LAPORAN KASUS)

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    Hasanuddin Thahir

    2015-01-01

    The treatment of diabetes mellitus patient who had periodontal abscess requires a careful management and good cooperation with an internist. Periodontal abscess management technique on diabetic patient is not quite difficult from other periodontal diseases, nevertheless the dentist needs to complete examination, mainly blood glucose level must be checked, pre and post treatment. The objective of this report is to know the result of periodontal abscess management in uncontrolled diabetic patie...

  8. Evidenced-based review of clinical studies on periodontics.

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    2009-08-01

    Periodontal diseases have several implications for the practice of endodontics. First, advanced periodontitis often has direct implications for the long-term prognosis of the case and requires careful evaluation and coordinated treatment of both the periodontic and endodontic diseases. Second, the potential for functional interactions between odontogenic pathoses and marginal periodontitis requires careful collection of clinical observations and monitoring the outcome of various treatments. In this section, we provide an analysis of recent clinical studies in this area.

  9. Periodontitis, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease: A Bermuda Triangle

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    Teeuw, W.J.

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    The research presented in this thesis contributes to the understanding of the complex relationship between periodontitis and diabetes mellitus (DM), and periodontitis and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ACVD). It was observed that a substantial number of suspected new DM patients could be found in patients with periodontitis. Furthermore, periodontitis patients showed increased C-reactive protein (CRP) levels and more arterial stiffness compared to controls, reflecting an increased at...

  10. Association between erectile dysfunction and chronic periodontitis: A clinical study

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    Ranjit Singh Uppal; Rajat Bhandari; Karanparkash Singh

    2014-01-01

    Background: In recent years, evidence has come forth supporting the notion that localized infectious diseases such as periodontal disease may indeed influence a number of systemic diseases. Erectile dysfunction (ED) and chronic periodontitis have common risk factors such as diabetes mellitus, cardiac diseases and smoking etc. Aim: The aim was to evaluate the periodontal status of the subjects suffering from ED and to find association between vasculogenic ED and chronic periodontitis, if a...

  11. Gingivectomia como alternativa estética de la cirugía Periodontal

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    Stephanye Ariza Martínez

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available Title: Gingivectomy like a cosmetic alternative of periodontal surgery.ResumenLa gingivectomía consiste en la escisión y eliminación de tejido gingival, con el objetivo del corte de la pared de tejidos blandos de una bolsa para disminuir su profundidad. Corrige dicha discrepancia, y elimina también bolsas supra óseas, agrandamientos fibrosos o edematosos de la encía, transformación de márgenes redondeados o engrosados en la forma ideal, y abscesos periodontales supra óseos. Para este procedimiento quirúrgico es necesario que el paciente tenga una encía insertada amplia, y dejar una zona funcionalmente adecuada para no eliminar la encía remanente y así no correr el riesgo de eliminar toda la encía. Se reporta un caso clínico de un paciente femenino de 28 años de edad que presenta inconformidad estética por dejar apreciar gran cantidad de encía cuando sonríe y por consiguiente dientes con corona clínica corta. Se obtuvieron excelentes resultados estéticos en el tratamiento y en su evolución. La finalidad de este reporte es presentar la gingivectomía como tratamiento estético periodontal en pacientes con sonrisa de encía que pueden ser antiestéticas para el paciente y conseguir una sonrisa más bella y armoniosa. (DUAZARY 2012 No. 1, 72 - 74AbstractGingivectomy involves the excision and removal of gum tissue, which aims to cut the soft tissue wall of a periodontal pocket and thus decrease its depth, corrects this discrepancy and also eliminates supra osseous pockets, eliminating gingival enlargements of gum process, conducing to margins rounded or thickened in the ideal, periodontal supra osseous. For this surgical procedure is necessary that the patient has a good quantity of attached gingival and leave an area not functionally adequate to remove the gum residue and thus avoid the risk of eliminating all the remaining gums. In this paper is reported a case of a female patient aged 28 presents aesthetic disagreement lot of

  12. Scoring the full extent of periodontal disease in the dog: development of a total mouth periodontal score (TMPS) system.

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    Harvey, Colin E; Laster, Larry; Shofer, Frances; Miller, Bonnie

    2008-09-01

    The development of a total mouth periodontal scoring system is described. This system uses methods to score the full extent of gingivitis and periodontitis of all tooth surfaces, weighted by size of teeth, and adjusted by size of dog.

  13. Comparison of periodontal pathogens between cats and their owners

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    Booij-Vrieling, H E; van der Reijden, W A; Houwers, D J; de Wit, W E A J; Bosch-Tijhof, C J; Penning, L C; van Winkelhoff, A J; Hazewinkel, H A W

    2010-01-01

    The periodontal pathogens Porphyromonas gingivalis and Tannerella forsythia are strongly associated with periodontal disease and are highly prevalent in humans with periodontitis. Porphyromonas and Tannerella spp. have also been isolated from the oral cavity of cats. The oral microflora in animals

  14. Emdogain in regenerative periodontal therapy. A review of the literature.

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    Sculean, A.; Windisch, P.; Dori, F.; Keglevich, T.; Molnar, B.; Gera, I.

    2007-01-01

    The goal of regenerative periodontal therapy is the reconstitution of the lost periodontal structures (i.e. the new formation of root cementum, periodontal ligament and alveolar bone). Results from basic research have pointed to the important role of the enamel matrix protein derivative (EMD) in the

  15. Manipulations in Maternal Environment Reverse Periodontitis in Genetically Predisposed Rats

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    Sluyter, Frans; Breivik, Torbjørn; Cools, Alexander

    2002-01-01

    The predisposition to develop periodontitis is partly genetically determined in humans as well as in animals. Here we demonstrate, however, that early manipulations in the maternal environment of an animal (rat) model of periodontitis can fully reverse the genetic predisposition to develop periodontitis at adult age. PMID:12093700

  16. Lipopolysaccharide: a Link between Periodontitis and Cardiometabolic Disorders

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    Kallio, Elisa

    2014-01-01

    Periodontitis is characterized by an inflammatory response to bacterial infection in the supporting tissues of the teeth. The disease manifests with gingival swelling and bleeding, increased periodontal pocket depth, and alveolar bone loss. Intact bacteria or bacterial products, including lipopolysaccharide (LPS), may enter the bloodstream through inflamed periodontal tissue or via saliva. Bacterial dissemination, further potentiated by gastrointestinal microbiota, may result in endotoxemia a...

  17. [The use of Emdogain in periodontal and osseous regeneration

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    Sculean, A.; Rathe, F.; Junker, R.; Becker, J.; Schwarz, F.; Arweiler, N.B.

    2007-01-01

    The goal of regenerative periodontal therapy is the reconstitution of the lost periodontal structures (i. e. the new formation of root cementum, periodontal ligament and alveolar bone). Results from basic research have pointed to the important role of an enamel matrix protein derivative (EMD) in

  18. Ligneous Periodontitis in a Child with Plasminogen Deficiency

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    Jan 30, 2018 ... Ligneous periodontitis (LP), a rare periodontal disease, is seen secondary to plasminogen deficiency and fibrin deposition. It is characterized by nodular gingival enlargements and progressive destructive membranous periodontal disease. It generally ends with the early loss of teeth. Defective fibrinolysis ...

  19. Ligneous Periodontitis in a Child with Plasminogen Deficiency ...

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    Ligneous periodontitis (LP), a rare periodontal disease, is seen secondary to plasminogen deficiency and fibrin deposition. It is characterized by nodular gingival enlargements and progressive destructive membranous periodontal disease. It generally ends with the early loss of teeth. Defective fibrinolysis and abnormal ...

  20. PENYEMBUHAN LUKA SETELAH PERAWATAN BEDAH PERIODONTAL (Studi Pustaka

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    Natalina Natalina

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    Full Text Available Background. Periodontal therapy for treatment of periodontitis involves the elimination of anatomic defect. There are two primary approaches to eliminating these anatomic defects : resective (gingivectomy, osseous resection, and apically positioned flaps, and regenerative surgery (osseous graft, guided tissue regeneration, resorbable barriers, coronally position flaps. Aims. The dentist know the outcomes after periodontal surgery. References. Periodontal regeneration means healing after periodontal surgery that results in the formation of a new attachment apparatus, consisting of cementum, periodontal ligament, and alveolar bone. Periodontal repair implies healing without restoration of the normal attachment apparatus. Histologic evaluation is the only reliable method to determine the true efficacy of periodontal therapies. Discussion. The variables involved in periodontal wound healing to solve how to achieve periodontal regeneration are manipulation of progenitor cell, alteration of pathologically exposed root surfaces, exclusion of gingival epithelium, and wound stabilization. Conclusions. Periodontal surgery usually do not result in periodontal regeneration. Gingival epithelium that proliferates apically can be inhibited by stabilization of the flap margin and regenerative surgery.

  1. Chronic periodontitis with multiple risk factor syndrome: a case report.

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    Shimoe, Masayuki; Yamamoto, Tadashi; Iwamoto, Yoshihiro; Shiomi, Nobuyuki; Maeda, Hiroshi; Nishimura, Fusanori; Takashiba, Shogo

    2011-07-01

    Multiple risk factor syndrome is a clustering of cardiovascular risk factors, such as diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, and obesity associated epidemiologically with insulin resistance. This report describes the clinical course of a patient suffering from severe periodontitis with multiple risk factor syndrome, and discusses the association between periodontal infection and systemic health. The patient had a history of type 2 diabetes, dyslipidemia, and hypertension for over 10 years. At baseline, her hemoglobin A1 c was 8.1%. However, she had no diabetic complications except periodontitis. The IgG antibody titers against Porphyromonas gingivalis FDC 381 and SU63 were elevated above the mean of healthy subjects +2 standard deviations. Intensive periodontal treatment, including periodontal surgery, was performed to reduce periodontal infection and bacteremia. Her systemic and periodontal conditions were evaluated longitudinally for 10 years. Following periodontal treatment, antibody titers against Porphyromonas gingivalis and hemoglobin A1c values were significantly improved. The other clinical data and medication for her systemic condition also remained stable during supportive periodontal therapy. However, she developed myocardial infarction, and showed continuous deterioration of hemoglobin A1 c level and periodontitis. The long-term clustering of risk factors, such as diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, and periodontitis, are associated with the development of myocardial infarction. Treatment of systemic conditions in combination with comprehensive periodontal treatment is important in management of patients with multiple risk factor syndrome.

  2. COX-2 is associated with periodontitis in Europeans

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    Schaefer, A.S.; Richter, G.M.; Nothnagel, M.; Laine, M.L.; Noack, B.; Glas, J.; Schrezenmeir, J.; Groessner-Schreiber, B.; Jepsen, S.; Loos, B.G.; Schreiber, S.

    2010-01-01

    COX-2 plays an important role in periodontitis by mediating inflammatory reactions in periodontal tissues, and the COX-2 polymorphisms rs20417 and rs689466 have been reported to be associated with periodontitis in populations of Taiwanese and Chinese ethnicity. To test whether these variants were

  3. Periodontal Status and Some Variables among Pregnant Women in ...

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    Periodontal Diseases is one of the most common chronic disorders of infectious origin known in humans. It may present as gingivitis or periodontitis. Gingivitis is the inflammatory condition of the soft tissues surrounding the teeth and periodontitis, the destruction of the supporting structures of the teeth, including the ...

  4. Efecto de la realimentación en la composición corporal de mujeres con anorexia nerviosa restrictiva: antropometría frente a impedancia bioeléctrica

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    Beatriz de Mateo Silleras; Paz Redondo del Río; Alicia Camina Martín; María Soto Célix; Sara R. Alonso Torre; Alberto Miján de la Torre

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    Producción Científica Evaluar la composición corporal en un grupo de pacientes desnutridas con anorexia nerviosa, respecto de controles sanas, antes y después del soporte nutricional, mediante antropometría y bioimpedancia. Métodos: Estudio observacional prospectivo. Se realizó una antropometría completa y un análisis de bioimpedancia a 12 mujeres con anorexia nerviosa restrictiva (24,5 años) al ingreso hospitalario y semanalmente durante la realimentación. El grupo control estuvo formado ...

  5. Análisis dinámico por elementos finitos del conjunto soporte captador de alta frecuencia de un tren subterráneo//Dynamic analysis for finite elements to the support of the captator of high frequency of an underground train

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    Alfredo González‐Becerra

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    Full Text Available El objetivo de este trabajo fue la determinación del estado de los esfuerzos dinámicos en varios modelos del soporte del sistema de pilotaje automático de un tren subterráneo con el empleo del Método de los Elementos Finitos a partir de la densidad espectral de potencia de las cargas y las aceleraciones máximas determinadas con anterioridad en evaluaciones extensométricas realizadasal mismo, teniendo en cuenta las frecuencias propias de oscilación del conjunto de alta frecuencia (High Frequency, HF. Como resultado de esta investigación se determinó que los altos valores de tensiones que aparecieron en este elemento fueron la causa de la aparición de las grietas y su desarrollo trajo como consecuencia la aparición de elevados niveles de vibraciones, lo que conllevóal descontrol en el funcionamiento del sistema y la necesidad de su reparación o sustitución prematura. Se diseñó y analizó un nuevo modelo de soporte, más rígido, donde conjuntamente con la elevación de la resistencia, se mejora notablemente su comportamiento ante las cargas dinámicas.Palabras claves: análisis dinámico, elementos finitos, vibraciones, transporte ferroviario.______________________________________________________________________________AbstractThe objective of this work was the determination of the state of the dynamic loads in several models of the support of the system of automatic pilotage of an underground train with the employment of the Method of the Finite Elements starting from the spectral density of power of the loads and the maximum accelerations determined previously in extensometrics evaluations carried out to the same one, keeping in mind the frequencies characteristic of oscillation of the group of high frequency (HF for its initials in English. As a result of this investigation it was determined that the high values of tensions that they appeared in this element they were the cause of the appearance of the cracks andits development

  6. Soportes tridimensionales biodegradables basados en micropartículas para la regeneración del cartílago articular

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    Zurriaga Carda, Javier

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    Introducción El cartílago es una estructura viscoelástica, hipocelular, aneural, alinfático y avascular. Su función en el organismo consiste en el soporte y distribución de carga, soportando cerca de 10 millones ciclos carga/año. Gracias a sus propiedades biomecánicas, permite un movimiento casi libre de fricción al disminuir el coeficiente de rozamiento. Es por tanto de vital importancia para la correcta congruencia y función articular. Las lesiones cartilaginosas poseen escasa capacid...

  7. Periodontal Bacteria and Prediabetes Prevalence in ORIGINS

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    Demmer, R.T.; Jacobs, D.R.; Singh, R.; Zuk, A.; Rosenbaum, M.; Papapanou, P.N.; Desvarieux, M.

    2015-01-01

    Periodontitis and type 2 diabetes mellitus are known to be associated. The relationship between periodontal microbiota and early diabetes risk has not been studied. We investigated the association between periodontal bacteria and prediabetes prevalence among diabetes-free adults. ORIGINS (the Oral Infections, Glucose Intolerance and Insulin Resistance Study) cross sectionally enrolled 300 diabetes-free adults aged 20 to 55 y (mean ± SD, 34 ± 10 y; 77% female). Prediabetes was defined as follows: 1) hemoglobin A1c values ranging from 5.7% to 6.4% or 2) fasting plasma glucose ranging from 100 to 125 mg/dL. In 1,188 subgingival plaque samples, 11 bacterial species were assessed at baseline, including Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, Porphyromonas gingivalis, Treponema denticola, Tannerella forsythia, and Actinomyces naeslundii. Full-mouth clinical periodontal examinations were performed, and participants were defined as having no/mild periodontitis vs. moderate/severe periodontitis per the definition of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / American Academy of Periodontology. Modified Poisson regression evaluated prediabetes prevalence across bacterial tertiles. Prevalence ratios and 95% confidence intervals for third vs. first tertiles are presented. All analyses were adjusted for cardiometabolic risk factors. All results presented currently arise from the baseline cross section. Prediabetes prevalence was 18%, and 58% of participants had moderate/severe periodontitis. Prevalence ratios (95% confidence intervals) summarizing associations between bacterial levels and prediabetes were as follows: A. actinomycetemcomitans, 2.48 (1.34, 4.58), P = 0.004; P. gingivalis, 3.41 (1.78, 6.58), P = 0.0003; T. denticola, 1.99 (0.992, 4.00), P = 0.052; T. forsythia, 1.95 (1.0, 3.84), P = 0.05; A. naeslundii, 0.46 (0.25, 0.85), P = 0.01. The prevalence ratio for prediabetes among participants with moderate/severe vs. no/mild periodontitis was 1.47 (0.78, 2.74), P

  8. Primary prevention of periodontitis: managing gingivitis.

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    Chapple, Iain L C; Van der Weijden, Fridus; Doerfer, Christof; Herrera, David; Shapira, Lior; Polak, David; Madianos, Phoebus; Louropoulou, Anna; Machtei, Eli; Donos, Nikos; Greenwell, Henry; Van Winkelhoff, Ari J; Eren Kuru, Bahar; Arweiler, Nicole; Teughels, Wim; Aimetti, Mario; Molina, Ana; Montero, Eduardo; Graziani, Filippo

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    Periodontitis is a ubiquitous and irreversible inflammatory condition and represents a significant public health burden. Severe periodontitis affects over 11% of adults, is a major cause of tooth loss impacting negatively upon speech, nutrition, quality of life and self-esteem, and has systemic inflammatory consequences. Periodontitis is preventable and treatment leads to reduced rates of tooth loss and improved quality of life. However, successful treatment necessitates behaviour change in patients to address lifestyle risk factors (e.g. smoking) and, most importantly, to attain and sustain high standards of daily plaque removal, lifelong. While mechanical plaque removal remains the bedrock of successful periodontal disease management, in high-risk patients it appears that the critical threshold for plaque accumulation to trigger periodontitis is low, and such patients may benefit from adjunctive agents for primary prevention of periodontitis. The aims of this working group were to systematically review the evidence for primary prevention of periodontitis by preventing gingivitis via four approaches: 1) the efficacy of mechanical self-administered plaque control regimes; 2) the efficacy of self-administered inter-dental mechanical plaque control; 3) the efficacy of adjunctive chemical plaque control; and 4) anti-inflammatory (sole or adjunctive) approaches. Two meta-reviews (mechanical plaque removal) and two traditional systematic reviews (chemical plaque control/anti-inflammatory agents) formed the basis of this consensus. Data support the belief that professionally administered plaque control significantly improves gingival inflammation and lowers plaque scores, with some evidence that reinforcement of oral hygiene provides further benefit. Re-chargeable power toothbrushes provide small but statistically significant additional reductions in gingival inflammation and plaque levels. Flossing cannot be recommended other than for sites of gingival and periodontal

  9. Hyaluronic Acid: A Boon in Periodontal Therapy

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    Dahiya, Parveen; Kamal, Reet

    2013-01-01

    Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring linear polysaccharide of the extracellular matrix of connective tissue, synovial fluid, and other tissues. Its use in the treatment of the inflammatory process is established in medical areas such as orthopedics, dermatology, and ophthalmology. The Pubmed/Medline database was searched for keywords “Hyaluronic acid and periodontal disease” and “Hyaluronic acid and gingivitis” which resulted in 89 and 22 articles respectively. Only highly relevant articles from electronic and manual search in English literature were selected for the present review article. In the field of dentistry, hyaluronic acid has shown anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial effects in the treatment of periodontal diseases. Due to its tissue healing properties, it could be used as an adjunct to mechanical therapy in the treatment of periodontitis. Further studies are required to determine the clinical efficacy of hyaluronic acid in healing of periodontal lesion. The aim of the present review, article is to discuss the role of hyaluronic acid in periodontal therapy. PMID:23814761

  10. Local and systemic antimicrobial therapy in periodontics.

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    Herrera, David; Matesanz, Paula; Bascones-Martínez, Antonio; Sanz, Mariano

    2012-09-01

    This review aimed to update the current evidence on the efficacy of the adjunctive use of local and systemic antimicrobials in the treatment of periodontitis and to assess whether it might improve the clinical limitations and shortcomings of standard nonsurgical treatment in the management of periodontitis. Relevant randomized clinical trials (RCT) with more than 3 months of follow-up, published from 2010 to 2012 for systemic antimicrobials and from 2008 to 2012 for local antimicrobials, were searched in Medline and critically analyzed. Scientific evidence evaluated in different systematic reviews and reviews presented at European and World Workshops were also included. Only adjunctive therapies were considered in the present review: articles comparing debridement alone or plus placebo, versus debridement plus systemic or local antimicrobials were included. Adjunctive systemic antimicrobials have been evaluated both in aggressive and chronic periodontitis: in aggressive periodontitis, amoxicillin and metronidazole have been extensively studied, reporting clinical and microbiological benefits; in chronic periodontitis, different products are under scrutiny, such as azithromycin. The clinical efficacy of local antimicrobials, although extensively demonstrated, is still surrounded by a constant debate on the cost-effectiveness evaluation and on its adequate indications. Despite the clinical efficacy of the adjunctive use of local and systemic antimicrobials, demonstrated in RCTs and in systematic reviews, there is a lack of evidence to support well-defined clinical protocols, including products and dosages. Copyright © 2012 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  11. Histopathological lesions associated with equine periodontal disease.

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    Cox, Alistair; Dixon, Padraic; Smith, Sionagh

    2012-12-01

    Equine periodontal disease (EPD) is a common and painful condition, the aetiology and pathology of which are poorly understood. To characterise the histopathological lesions associated with EPD, the skulls of 22 horses were assessed grossly for the presence of periodontal disease, and a standard set of interdental tissues taken from each for histopathological examination. Histological features of EPD included ulceration and neutrophilic inflammation of the gingival epithelium. Mononuclear and eosinophilic inflammation of the gingival lamina propria and submucosa was commonly present irrespective of the presence or degree of periodontal disease. Gingival hyperplasia was present to some degree in all horses, and was only weakly associated with the degree of periodontal disease. In all horses dental plaque was present at the majority of sites examined and was often associated with histological evidence of peripheral cemental erosion. Bacteria (including spirochaetes in four horses) were identified in gingival samples by Gram and silver impregnation techniques and were significantly associated with the presence of periodontal disease. This is the first study to describe histological features of EPD, and the first to identify associated spirochaetes in some cases. Histological features were variable, and there was considerable overlap of some features between the normal and diseased gingiva. Further investigation into the potential role of bacteria in the pathogenesis and progression of EPD is warranted. Copyright © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  12. Periodontal status during pregnancy and postpartum.

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    Maximino González-Jaranay

    Full Text Available Different studies have documented an association between periodontal disease and low birth-weight delivery. Hence, knowledge of periodontal status during pregnancy and postpartum is important in order to reduce the risks of both diseases. This study aimed to analyze periodontal status at successive stages of pregnancy and 3-6 weeks postpartum in women with initial periodontal alterations.Ninety-six pregnant women were examined at 8-10 weeks (pregnancy diagnosis, baseline, 21-23 weeks and 34-36 weeks of gestation and at 40 days postpartum to record plaque scores, clinically assessed gingival inflammation and probing depth (mean depth and % sites with depth >3 mm. Bivariate and multivariate analyses were performed. Type 1 (α error was established at 0.05.Plaque Index increased (p = 0.043 throughout pregnancy (baseline, 42%±0.18; 21-23 weeks, 42.6%±0.14; 34-36 weeks, 45.6%±0.13 and decreased postpartum (44.8%±0-13. Gingival Index increased (p3 mm increased (p<0.001 throughout pregnancy (baseline, 17.6%±0.16; 21-23 weeks, 23.9%±0.17; 34-36 weeks, 31.1%±0.17 and decreased postpartum (21.2%±0.17 but remained significantly (p<0.02 higher than at baseline.Periodontal status deteriorates during gestation but improves postpartum.

  13. Is periodontal disease a public health problem?

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    Batchelor, P

    2014-10-01

    Clinically defined periodontal disease is highly prevalent, has considerable impacts on individuals and society and is costly to treat; the cost of dental care is the fourth highest costs of all diseases and consuming between 5 and 10% of all healthcare resources. Changes in the epidemiology of clinically defined periodontal diseases suggest that the prevalence of severe periodontal disease is low and rates of progression of periodontal destruction tend to be relatively slow. Current periodontal care modalities have a remarkably weak evidence base, with considerable resources allocated to fund interventions that include oral hygiene instruction, scale and polishes through to surgical interventions. The public health problem lies more in the failure in design of a contract between dental professionals and the state. Such a contract needs to recognise both the wider determinants of disease and the role that dental professionals could play: a contract that concentrated on rewarding outcomes, namely a diminution in treatment need, as opposed to one based simply on the number of interventions would be a major step forward.

  14. [Update in family medicine: Periodontal disease].

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    López Silva, M C; Diz-Iglesias, P; Seoane-Romero, J M; Quintas, V; Méndez-Brea, F; Varela-Centelles, P

    2017-03-01

    About 85-94% of the Spanish adults older than 35 experience gum problems, and about 15-30% suffer from periodontitis, being severe in up to 5-11% of them. Unlike other inflammatory conditions, periodontal disease rarely causes discomfort, or limits life or causes functional limitations until its advanced stages, when clinical signs and symptoms arise (gingival recession, pathological teeth migration, or mobility). Lack of knowledge about the disease, together with the idea that tooth loss is linked to ageing, frequently results in a late diagnosis, requiring extensive treatments with a worse prognosis. At Primary Care level, there is series of drugs have been related to periodontal disease (anticonvulsants, immunosuppressive drugs, and calcium channel blockers) as secondary effects, which vary as regards their frequency and severity depending of the amount of accumulated plaque. Stress and depression have also been reported to alter the immune response and to increase the inflammatory response as well as periodontal susceptibility. Certain systemic conditions, such as diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disorders, respiratory diseases, as well as low-weight pre-term birth, have also been linked to periodontitis. Copyright © 2016 Sociedad Española de Médicos de Atención Primaria (SEMERGEN). Publicado por Elsevier España, S.L.U. All rights reserved.

  15. Orthodontic management of a periodontally compromised dentition

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    Prashant K Zaveri

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Malocclusion superimposed with severe periodontitis may present a great challenge to clinicians while providing orthodontic treatment due the episodic and site-specific nature of the disease with risk of rapid tissue breakdown. However, orthodontic treatment in such situation may contribute significantly to the overall rehabilitation both functionally and esthetically. In this article, a case report outlines a combined periodontic-orthodontic management of compromised dentition. A 37-year-old female patient with significant medical history was treated for Class II Division 1 type of malocclusion associated with spaced upper and lower anterior teeth, deep overbite, and increased overjet, superimposed with chronic generalized periodontitis and bone loss. Treatment was completed using temporary anchorage devices assisted strategically applied force and modified tandem retraction biomechanics amidst management of acute inflammatory episodes during and mucogingival complication after treatment. Affected areas healed very well after post-orthodontic periodontal treatment with minimal pocket depth, and bleeding on probing, and a healthy zone of attached gingiva at the follow up visits. The orthodontic results lead to improvement in patient's facial profile, lip posture, and correction of protrusion which addressed her main concern. One year follow-up shows good orthodontic and periodontic stability. The report highlights the importance of identifying “at risk” individuals and continuous monitoring of disease status during treatment. Despite all precautionary measures, a flare-up during the treatment can be anticipated.

  16. Dietary arginine silicate inositol complex inhibits periodontal tissue loss in rats with ligature-induced periodontitis.

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    Dundar, Serkan; Eltas, Abubekir; Hakki, Sema S; Malkoc, Sıddık; Uslu, M Ozay; Tuzcu, Mehmet; Komorowski, James; Ozercan, I Hanifi; Akdemir, Fatih; Sahin, Kazim

    2016-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to induce experimental periodontitis in rats previously fed diets containing arginine silicate inositol (ASI) complex and examine the biochemical, immunological, and radiological effects. Fifty two 8-week-old female Sprague Dawley rats were equally divided into four groups. The control group included those fed a standard rat diet with no operation performed during the experiment. The periodontitis, ASI I, and ASI II groups were subjected to experimental periodontitis induction for 11 days after being fed a standard rat diet alone, a diet containing 1.81 g/kg ASI complex, or a diet containing 3.62 g/kg ASI complex, respectively, for 8 weeks. Throughout the 11-day duration of periodontitis induction, all rats were fed standard feed. The rats were euthanized on the eleventh day, and their tissue and blood samples were collected. In the periodontitis group, elevated tissue destruction parameters and reduced tissue formation parameters were found, as compared to the ASI groups. Levels of enzymes, cytokines, and mediators associated with periodontal tissue destruction were lower in rats fed a diet containing ASI complex after experimental periodontitis. These results indicate that ASI complex could be an alternative agent for host modulation.

  17. Effect of Periodontal Therapy on Crevicular Fluid Interleukin-6 and Interleukin-8 Levels in Chronic Periodontitis

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    Paschalina Goutoudi

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Purpose. The aim of this study was to analyse the levels of interleukin-6 (IL-6 and interleukin-8 (IL-8 in gingival crevicular fluid (GCF of patients with chronic periodontitis prior to and following surgical and/or nonsurgical periodontal therapy for a period of 32 weeks. Methods. GCF samples were obtained from 24 nondiseased and 72 diseased sites of 12 periodontal patients prior to as well as at 6, 16, and 32 weeks following non-surgical and surgical periodontal therapy. IL-6 and IL-8 levels were determined by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA. Results. Periodontal treatment improved all clinical parameters. Both treatment modalities resulted in similar IL-6 as well as IL-8 levels. Mean IL-6 and IL-8 concentrations were significantly higher in non-diseased compared to diseased sites and increased significantly following treatment in diseased sites. Mean total amounts of IL-6 and IL-8 (TAIL-6, TAIL-8 did not differ significantly between diseased and nondiseased sites, while following therapy TAIL-8 levels decreased significantly. Conclusions. The data suggest that periodontal therapy reduced the levels of IL-8 in GCF. However, a strong relationship between IL-6, IL-8 amounts in GCF and periodontal destruction and inflammation was not found.

  18. Periodontist-Dental Hygienist Collaboration in Periodontal Care for Chronic Periodontitis: An 11-year Case Report.

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    Tomita, Sachiyo; Uekusa, Tomomi; Hosono, Meiko; Kigure, Takashi; Sugito, Hiroki; Saito, Atsushi

    2016-01-01

    We report a case of severe chronic periodontitis treated and longitudinally maintained by a periodontist and dental hygienists. The patient was a 45-year-old woman who presented with the chief complaint of gingival bleeding and tooth mobility. An initial examination revealed generalized gingival inflammation and subgingival calculus in the premolar and molar regions. Premature contact was observed in #14 and 45. Clinical examination revealed 42% of sites with a probing depth (PD) of ≥4 mm and 44% of sites with bleeding on probing. Radiographic examination revealed vertical bone resorption in #35, 36, and 45, and horizontal bone resorption in other regions. Based on a clinical diagnosis of severe chronic periodontitis, initial periodontal therapy consisting of plaque control, scaling and root planing, and removal of an ill-fitting prosthesis was performed. Following suppression of inflammation, occlusal adjustment of premature contact sites was performed. Open flap debridement was performed for teeth with a PD of ≥5 mm. After confirming the stability of the periodontal tissue, final prostheses were placed on #16, 35-37, and 46. Following re-evaluation, the patient was placed on supportive periodontal therapy. It has been 11 years since the patient's first visit, and the periodontal conditions have remained stable. Meticulous periodontal care maintained over a number of years by a periodontist and dental hygienist have yielded a clinically favorable outcome.

  19. Del soporte papel perforado y cinta magnética...al disco 3D holográfico anatómico-nanotecnológico: nuevos soportes magneto-ópticos y ópticos de almacenamiento masivo de información

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    Nadia Villarejo Sánchez

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    Full Text Available Se describe en este artículo, en primer lugar la evolución que los soportes tecnológicos magnéticos, magneto-ópticos y ópticos han experimentado a lo largo de la historia desde el nacimiento de las primeras cintas de papel perforadas y mag-néticas muy rudimentarias en el proceso de lectura y escritura de información, hasta el desarrollo de la última tecnología holográfica 3D anatómica-nanotecnológica; soporte óptico de almacenamiento masivo de información de última generación, y en segundo lugar se enumeran y explican las aplicaciones posibles, que las nuevas tecnologías digitales de captura de caracteres escritos (OCR, y los nuevos soportes magneto-ópticos y ópticos, aportan en la conservación, preservación y difusión del patrimonio bibliográfico y documental español en el siglo XXI.

  20. El dolor patelofemoral en el baile flamenco y su relación con el pie

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    José M. Castillo-López

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    Full Text Available El dolor patelofemoral es uno de los desórdenes más comunes que afectan a la rodilla. De las lesiones descritas en el baile flamenco profesional, destacan las relacionadas con el pie y la rodilla, en relación al microtraumatismo repetido del gesto técnico del zapateado y a la flexión de rodilla mantenida que requiere. El objetivo de este estudio es determinar la presencia de dolor patelo femoral en profesionales del baile de flamenco y comprobar si existe relación alguna con el pie pronador y genus valgo. En el estudio han participado 46 profesionales del baile flamenco, 38 bailaoras y 8 bailaores, con una carga media de 25.4 ± 8.25 horas de baile semanales. El 34.78% de los participantes presentaban dolor patelofemoral. El 24% presentaba también genus valgo. Se encontró un 34.78% de pies pronadores. La asociación de pies pronadores y genus valgo fue del 31.25%, mientras que la asociación de pies pronadores y dolor patelofemoral fue de 43.75 % de los casos. Factores predisponentes de esta patología se dan en la práctica del baile flamenco: el impacto repetitivo, una posición mantenida y forzada de la rodilla en un rango concreto, desplazamientos y los giros bruscos. Como conclusión, se demuestra relación directa entre la presencia de pies pronadores y dolor patelofemoral en el baile flamenco. Así como entre pies pronadores y genus valgo. Estudios científicos actuales demuestran la utilidad de soportes plantares en este síndrome. La incidencia de pies pronadores y dolor patelofemoral hace recomendable estudios biomecánicos y podológicos y el uso de soportes plantares personalizados en cada caso.

  1. Resistencia de dientes restaurados con postes prefabricados ante cargas de máxima intercuspidación, masticación y bruxismo Resistance of teeth restored with prefabricated posts to maximum intercuspidation loads, mastication and bruxism

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    Santiago Correa Vélez

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: determinar por el método de los elementos finitos la resistencia de dientes restaurados con postes prefabricados ante cargas estáticas de máxima intercuspidación y cargas cíclicas de masticación y bruxismo y analizar el efecto de la pérdida periodontal en la resistencia de las restauraciones. Métodos: se realizó una investigación in vitro mediante el método de los elementos finitos de dientes con pérdida periodontal, rehabilitados con postes prefabricados en fibra de vidrio, carbono y titanio. Los dientes fueron reconstruidos a partir de imágenes tomográficas de un paciente periodontalmente sano. Resultados: se muestra que ante cargas estáticas las rehabilitaciones no presentan tendencia a la falla, independientemente del material del poste o del grado de pérdida periodontal. En el caso de bruxismo y pérdida periodontal de 4 mm, la dentina presenta una durabilidad de 60 000 ciclos independiente del material del poste. Para cargas de masticación y periodonto sano, la falla en la dentina ocurre a los 100 000 ciclos con poste en titanio, 200 000 ciclos con poste en fibra de carbono y 1 100 000 ciclos con poste en fibra de vidrio. Para una pérdida periodontal de 2 mm la durabilidad de la dentina se reduce a 4 000 ciclos con poste en titanio, 5 000 ciclos con poste en fibra de carbono y 7 000 ciclos con poste en fibra de vidrio. Para pérdida periodontal de 4 mm, la durabilidad de la dentina se estima en 1 000 ciclos, independientemente del material del poste utilizado. Conclusiones: ante carga estática de máxima intercuspidación las rehabilitaciones con postes prefabricados en fibra de vidrio, carbono y titanio no presentan tendencia a la falla, independientemente del grado de pérdida periodontal. Ante cargas cíclicas, los postes prefabricados presentan una vida útil infinita, y es la dentina la estructura más afectada ante dichos eventos.Objective: using the finite element method, determine the resistance of

  2. La atención odontológica del paciente geriátrico con deterioro cognitivo

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    M.C. Haya Fernández; I. Blasco Garrido; M.B. Cabo Pastor

    2015-01-01

    La investigación clínica ha demostrado que una mejor función cognitiva se relaciona con un mejor estado de salud oral. Y, de la misma manera, los pacientes mayores institucionalizados con deterioro cognitivo presentan una pobre salud oral con mayor número de dientes ausentes, caries, acúmulo de placa y enfermedad periodontal. El diagnóstico precoz del paciente con deterioro cognitivo es fundamental para mejorar el pronóstico de la enfermedad y poder plantear un tratamiento odontológico preven...

  3. [Effect of periodontal mechanical treatment on periodontal pathogenic bacteria in gingival crevicular fluid of chronic periodontitis patients].

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    Ding, Fang; Meng, Huan-xin; Li, Qi-qiang; Zhao, Yi-bing; Feng, Xiang-hui; Zhang, Li

    2010-04-18

    To evaluate the subgingival prevalent rates of 6 periodontal pathogenic bacteria in gingival crevicular fluids of CP patients before and after treatment, to analyze the relationship between the prevalent variance and periodontal clinical parameters, and to provide a microbiologic method of evaluating curative effect and estimating the prognosis. Gingival crevicular fluids of 13 CP patients were collected at baseline, 2 weeks, 2 months and 4 months after periodontal mechanical treatment. Also, gingival crevicular fluids were collected from 11 healthy subjects. Six periodontal pathogenic bacteria including Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans (Aa), Porphyromonas gingivalis(Pg), Tannerella forsythensis (Tf), Prevotella intermedia (Pi), Fusobacterium nucleatum(Fn), Prevotella nigrescens (Pn) were detected by 16S rRNA based PCR. The PLI, PD, BI of the CP patients 2 months and 4 months after periodontal mechanical treatment were evidently less than those before treatment. These 4 months after treatment were a little more than those 2 months after. The six bacteria were more frequently detected in the CP patients at baseline than in healthy controls. The prevalent rates of Tf (42.1%, 73.7%, 70.2%), Pg (47.4%, 68.4%, 77.2%), Aa (15.8%, 22.8%, 7.0%), Pn (38.6%, 57.9%, 64.9%), Pi(15.8%, 38.6%, 42.1%) 2 weeks, 2 months and 4 months following treatment were significantly lower than those at baseline (Tf 96.5%, Pg 93.0%, Aa 36.8%, Pn 86.0%, Pi 84.2%), but the prevalent rates of all the detected bacteria 2 months after treatment were higher than those at 2 weeks after. Tf, Pg, Aa, Pn and Pi may cooperate in the development of CP. The changes of periodontal pathogenic bacteria could be detected before the changes of clinical parameters and the patients should be re-evaluated and re-treated regularly within 2 months after treatment.

  4. Comparisons of subgingival microbial profiles of refractory periodontitis, severe periodontitis, and periodontal health using the human oral microbe identification microarray.

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    Colombo, Ana Paula V; Boches, Susan K; Cotton, Sean L; Goodson, J Max; Kent, Ralph; Haffajee, Anne D; Socransky, Sigmund S; Hasturk, Hatice; Van Dyke, Thomas E; Dewhirst, Floyd; Paster, Bruce J

    2009-09-01

    This study compared the subgingival microbiota of subjects with refractory periodontitis (RP) to those in subjects with treatable periodontitis (GRs = good responders) or periodontal health (PH) using the Human Oral Microbe Identification Microarray (HOMIM). At baseline, subgingival plaque samples were taken from 47 subjects with periodontitis and 20 individuals with PH and analyzed for the presence of 300 species by HOMIM. The subjects with periodontitis were classified as having RP (n = 17) based on mean attachment loss (AL) and/or more than three sites with AL >or=2.5 mm after scaling and root planing, surgery, and systemically administered amoxicillin and metronidazole or as GRs (n = 30) based on mean attachment gain and no sites with AL >or=2.5 mm after treatment. Significant differences in taxa among the groups were sought using the Kruskal-Wallis and chi(2) tests. More species were detected in patients with disease (GR or RP) than in those without disease (PH). Subjects with RP were distinguished from GRs or those with PH by a significantly higher frequency of putative periodontal pathogens, such as Parvimonas micra (previously Peptostreptococcus micros or Micromonas micros), Campylobacter gracilis, Eubacterium nodatum, Selenomonas noxia, Tannerella forsythia (previously T. forsythensis), Porphyromonas gingivalis, Prevotella spp., Treponema spp., and Eikenella corrodens, as well as unusual species (Pseudoramibacter alactolyticus, TM7 spp. oral taxon [OT] 346/356, Bacteroidetes sp. OT 272/274, Solobacterium moorei, Desulfobulbus sp. OT 041, Brevundimonas diminuta, Sphaerocytophaga sp. OT 337, Shuttleworthia satelles, Filifactor alocis, Dialister invisus/pneumosintes, Granulicatella adiacens, Mogibacterium timidum, Veillonella atypica, Mycoplasma salivarium, Synergistes sp. cluster II, and Acidaminococcaceae [G-1] sp. OT 132/150/155/148/135) (P spp. cluster I, Capnocytophaga sputigena, Cardiobacterium hominis, Haemophilus parainfluenzae, Lautropia mirabilis

  5. Marker of cemento-periodontal ligament junction associated with periodontal regeneration.

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    Hara, Ryohko; Wato, Masahiro; Tanaka, Akio

    2005-06-01

    The purpose of this study was to identify factors promoting formation of the cemento-periodontal ligament junction. Regeneration of the cemento-periodontal ligament junction is an important factor in recovery of the connective tissue attachment to the cementum and it is important to identify all specific substances that promote its formation. To clarify the substances involved in cemento-periodontal ligament junction formation, we produced a monoclonal antibody (mAb) to human cemento-periodontal ligament junction (designated as the anti-TAP mAb) and examined its immunostaining properties and reactive antigen. Hybridomas producing monoclonal antibody against human cemento-periodontal ligament junction antigens were established by fusing P3U1 mouse myeloma cells with spleen cells from BALB/c mice immunized with homogenized human cemento-periodontal ligament junction. The mAb, the anti-TAP mAb for cemento-periodontal ligament junction, was then isolated. The immunoglobulin class and light chain of the mAb were examined using an isotyping kit. Before immunostaining, antigen determination using an enzymatic method or heating was conducted. Human teeth, hard tissue-forming lesions, and animal tissues were immunostained by the anti-TAP mAb. The anti-TAP mAb was positive in human cemento-periodontal ligament junction and predentin but negative in all other human and animal tissues examined. In the cemento-osseous lesions, the anti-TAP mAb was positive in the peripheral area of the cementum and cementum-like hard tissues and not in the bone and bone-like tissues. The anti-TAP mAb showed IgM (kappa) and recognized phosphoprotein. The anti-TAP mAb is potentially useful for developing new agents promoting cementogenesis and periodontal regeneration.

  6. Active Matrixmetalloproteinase-8 and periodontal bacteria - interlink between periodontitis and inflammatory bowel disease?

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    Schmidt, J; Weigert, M; Leuschner, C; Hartmann, H; Raddatz, D; Haak, R; Mausberg, R F; Kottmann, Tanja; Schmalz, G; Ziebolz, D

    2018-03-25

    The aim of this study was the investigation of concentration and prevalence of selected periodontal pathogenic bacteria and concentration of active matrix-metalloproteinase-8 (aMMP-8) within a group of patients with inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) and to compare the results with a group of healthy control subjects (HC). 59 IBD patients with Crohn`s disease (CD, n = 30) or ulcerative colitis (UC, n = 29) and 59 HC were included in this cross-sectional study. Based on periodontal probing depth (PPD) and clinical attachment level (CAL), periodontitis was classified into healthy/mild, moderate or severe. aMMP-8 was analyzed from gingival crevicular fluid using enzyme linked immunosorbent assay. Eleven selected periodontal pathogenic bacteria were analyzed in subgingival plaque samples using polymerase chain reaction. IBD patients showed higher CAL (p periodontitis (p = 0.04), gingival bleeding (p periodontitis was associated with an increase in aMMP-8 concentration (p = 0.02). The prevalences of Eubacterium nodatum and Eikanella corrodens were significantly lower in IBD compared to HC (p = 0.01). Additionally, the prevalence of Eikanella corrodens was significantly higher in CD compared to UC group (p = 0.04). Further statistically significant differences in selected bacteria between IBD and HC or CD and UC groups could not be found (p > 0.05). The results reveal changes in host immune response of IBD patients in terms of aMMP-8. Only in CD increasing aMMP-8 was associated with severity of periodontal disease. The role of periodontal pathogenic bacteria in the interrelation between IBD and periodontitis remains unclear. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

  7. Effect of nonsurgical periodontal treatment in patients with periodontitis and rheumatoid arthritis: A systematic review

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    Silvestre-Rangil, Javier; Bagan, Leticia; Bagan, Jose V.

    2016-01-01

    Background Periodontitis has been regarded as a potential risk factor for rheumatoid arthritis (RA). A systematic review is made to determine whether nonsurgical periodontal treatment in patients with RA offers benefits in terms of the clinical activity and inflammatory markers of the disease. Material and Methods A search was made of the Medline-PubMed, Cochrane, Embase and Scopus databases to identify studies on the relationship between the two disease processes, and especially on the effects of nonsurgical treatment in patients of this kind. The search was based on the following keywords: rheumatoid arthritis AND periodontitis (MeSH), rheumatoid arthritis AND periodontal treatment. Results Eight articles on the nonsurgical treatment of patients with periodontitis and RA were finally included in the study. All of them evaluated clinical (DAS28) and laboratory test activity (ESR, CRP, IL-6, TNFα) before and after treatment. A clear decrease in DAS28 score and ESR was recorded, while other parameters such as CRP, IL-6 and TNFα showed a non significant tendency to decrease as a result of treatment. Conclusions Nonsurgical treatment improved the periodontal condition of patients with periodontitis and RA, with beneficial effects upon the clinical and laboratory test parameters (DAS28 and ESR), while other inflammatory markers showed a marked tendency to decrease. However, all the studies included in the review involved small samples sizes and follow-up periods of no more than 6 months. Larger and particularly longitudinal studies are therefore needed to more firmly establish possible significant relations between the two disease processes. Key words:Periodontitis, rheumatoid arthritis, periodontal treatment. PMID:26946202

  8. Human Umbilical Cord MSCs as New Cell Sources for Promoting Periodontal Regeneration in Inflammatory Periodontal Defect.

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    Shang, Fengqing; Liu, Shiyu; Ming, Leiguo; Tian, Rong; Jin, Fang; Ding, Yin; Zhang, Yongjie; Zhang, Hongmei; Deng, Zhihong; Jin, Yan

    2017-01-01

    Human periodontal ligament stem cells (hPDLSCs) transplantation represents a promising approach for periodontal regeneration; however, the cell source is limited due to the invasive procedure required for cell isolation. As human umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (hUCMSCs) can be harvested inexpensively and inexhaustibly, here we evaluated the regenerative potentials of hUCMSCs as compared with hPDLSCs to determine whether hUCMSCs could be used as new cell sources for periodontal regeneration. Methods The characteristics of hUCMSCs, including multi-differentiation ability and anti-inflammatory capability, were determined by comparison with hPDLSCs. We constructed cell aggregates (CA) using hUCMSCs and hPDLSCs respectively. Then hPDLSCs-CA and hUCMSCs-CA were combined with β-tricalcium phosphate bioceramic (β-TCP) respectively and their regenerative potentials were determined in a rat inflammatory periodontal defect model. Results hPDLSCs showed higher osteogenic differentiation potentials than hUCMSCs. Meanwhile, hUCMSCs showed higher extracellular matrix secretion and anti-inflammatory abilities than hPDLSCs. Similar to hPDLSCs, hUCMSCs were able to contribute to regeneration of both soft and hard periodontal tissues under inflammatory periodontitis condition. There were more newly formed bone and periodontal ligaments in hPDLSCs and hUCMSCs groups than in non-cell treated group. Moreover, no significant differences of regenerative promoting effects between hPDLSCs and hUCMSCs were found. Conclusion : hUCMSCs generated similar promoting effects on periodontal regeneration compared with hPDLSCs, and can be used as new cell sources for periodontal regeneration.

  9. RELACIÓN DE LA CALIDAD DE VIDA CON DIFERENTES MODELOS DE ATENCIÓN DOMICILIARIA EN ENFERMOS ONCOLÓGICOS TERMINALES DE UN ÁREA SANITARIA DE MADRID

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    Yolanda Agra Varela

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available Fundamentos: En este trabajo se evalúa la efectividad de los cuidados paliativos a domicilio con el objetivo de determinar si los enfermos con cáncer terminal tratados por Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria presentan mejor calidad de vida que los tratados por Equipos de Atención Primaria. Métodos: Estudio prospectivo cuasi experimental realizado en el Área 4 del Imsalud de Madrid con enfermos referidos desde el hospital a Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria o a Equipos de Atención Primaria. La variable estudiada fue la calidad de vida medida a través del Rotterdam Symptom Check List y el Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale. Para el análisis estadístico se utilizó MANOVA, ANOVA de medidas repetidas y el test de Friedman. Resultados: 165 enfermos fueron tratados por Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria y 56 por Equipos de Atención Primaria. Los primeros presentaron mejor puntuación en las escalas global (diferencia de medias: 9,5; IC 95%: 2,3-16,67 y dolor (diferencia de medias: 6,4; IC 9%: 1,14-11,43 del Rotterdam Symptom Check List en la primera semana del estudio. El tamaño del efecto fue mayor en el grupo Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria. La prescripción de fármacos y el lugar de la muerte fue diferente en ambos grupos. Conclusiones:Al principio del estudio los enfermos tratados por Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria presentaron una mejor percepción del estado de salud que los tratados por Equipos de Atención Primaria. No obstante, el importante número de pérdidas a lo largo del mismo hace que haya que mirar estos resultados con precaución.

  10. Relación de la calidad de vida con diferentes modelos de atención domiciliaria en enfermos oncológicos terminales de un área sanitaria de Madrid

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    Agra Varela Yolanda

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    Full Text Available Fundamentos: En este trabajo se evalúa la efectividad de los cuidados paliativos a domicilio con el objetivo de determinar si los enfermos con cáncer terminal tratados por Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria presentan mejor calidad de vida que los tratados por Equipos de Atención Primaria. Métodos: Estudio prospectivo cuasi experimental realizado en el Área 4 del Imsalud de Madrid con enfermos referidos desde el hospital a Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria o a Equipos de Atención Primaria. La variable estudiada fue la calidad de vida medida a través del Rotterdam Symptom Check List y el Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale. Para el análisis estadístico se utilizó MANOVA, ANOVA de medidas repetidas y el test de Friedman. Resultados: 165 enfermos fueron tratados por Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria y 56 por Equipos de Atención Primaria. Los primeros presentaron mejor puntuación en las escalas global (diferencia de medias: 9,5; IC 95%: 2,3-16,67 y dolor (diferencia de medias: 6,4; IC 9%: 1,14-11,43 del Rotterdam Symptom Check List en la primera semana del estudio. El tamaño del efecto fue mayor en el grupo Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria. La prescripción de fármacos y el lugar de la muerte fue diferente en ambos grupos. Conclusiones: Al principio del estudio los enfermos tratados por Equipos de Soporte de Atención Domiciliaria presentaron una mejor percepción del estado de salud que los tratados por Equipos de Atención Primaria. No obstante, el importante número de pérdidas a lo largo del mismo hace que haya que mirar estos resultados con precaución.

  11. Quorum Sensing of Periodontal Pathogens

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    Darije Plančak

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    Full Text Available The term ‘quorum sensing’ describes intercellular bacterial communication which regulates bacterial gene expression according to population cell density. Bacteria produce and secrete small molecules, named autoinducers, into the intercellular space. The concentration of these molecules increases as a function of population cell density. Once the concentration of the stimulatory threshold is reached, alteration in gene expression occurs. Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria possess different types of quorum sensing systems. Canonical LuxI/R-type/acyl homoserine lactone mediated quorum sensing system is the best studied quorum sensing circuit and is described in Gram-negative bacteria which employ it for inter-species communication mostly. Grampositive bacteria possess a peptide-mediated quorum sensing system. Bacteria can communicate within their own species (intra-species but also between species (inter-species, for which they employ an autoinducer-2 quorum sensing system which is called the universal language of the bacteria. Periodontal pathogenic bacteria possess AI-2 quorum sensing systems. It is known that they use it for regulation of biofilm formation, iron uptake, stress response and virulence factor expression. A better understanding of bacterial communication mechanisms will allow the targeting of quorum sensing with quorum sensing inhibitors to prevent and control disease.

  12. Comparative cytotoxicity of periodontal bacteria

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    Stevens, R.H.; Hammond, B.F.

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    The direct cytotoxicity of sonic extracts (SE) from nine periodontal bacteria for human gingival fibroblasts (HGF) was compared. Equivalent dosages (in terms of protein concentration) of SE were used to challenge HGF cultures. The cytotoxic potential of each SE was assessed by its ability to (1) inhibit HGF proliferation, as measured by direct cell counts; (2) inhibit 3H-thymidine incorporation in HGF cultures; or (3) cause morphological alterations of the cells in challenged cultures. The highest concentration (500 micrograms SE protein/ml) of any of the SEs used to challenge the cells was found to be markedly inhibitory to the HGFs by all three of the criteria of cytotoxicity. At the lowest dosage tested (50 micrograms SE protein/ml); only SE from Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans, Bacteroides gingivalis, and Fusobacterium nucleatum caused a significant effect (greater than 90% inhibition or overt morphological abnormalities) in the HGFs as determined by any of the criteria employed. SE from Capnocytophaga sputigena, Eikenella corrodens, or Wolinella recta also inhibited cell proliferation and thymidine incorporation at this dosage; however, the degree of inhibition (5-50%) was consistently, clearly less than that of the first group of three organisms named above. The SE of the three other organisms tested (Actinomyces odontolyticus, Bacteroides intermedius, and Streptococcus sanguis) had little or no effect (0-10% inhibition) at this concentration. The data suggest that the outcome of the interaction between bacterial components and normal resident cells of the periodontium is, at least in part, a function of the bacterial species

  13. [Bacteriological study on juvenile periodontitis].

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    Han, N

    1991-02-01

    The predominant cultivable microflora of 23 pockets in 15 juvenile periodontitis (JP) patients was studied for the first time in China using the current anaerobic methodology. Samples were taken with sterile paper points and dispersed on a vortex mixer. Then the diluted samples were plated on the non-selective blood agar plates and selective MGB medium which favors the growth of Actinobacillus actimycetemcomitans (Aa) and incubated in anaerobic chamber for 5 days. From each sample 15 or more isolated colonies were picked in sequence without selection and subcultured. The isolates were identified mainly by Schrechenberger's 4 hour rapid methods for biochemical and fermentative tests and the chromatographic analysis of acid end products using ion-chromatography. The results were as follows: 1. The microflora of healthy sulci of 7 healthy young subjects was significantly different from that in the pocket of JP patients. The predominant species in healthy sulci were Streptococcus spp and Capnocytophaga gingivalis. 2. The species increased significantly in JP patients in prevalence and proportions was Eubacterium. Other species in high proportions were Bacteroides oris, B. melaninogenicus, B. gingivalis, Capnocytophaga sputigena, and Actinomyces meyeri, etc. 3. Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans was not detected in any of the samples.

  14. Herramientas de software con licencia pública general para el modelado por elementos finitos

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    Full Text Available En el presente artículo se presentan los resultados de una revisión realizada a varios programas con licencias GPL para el modelamiento de problemas con elementos finitos. Este estudio permitió realizar la caracterización de estos programas teniendo en cuenta criterios como el tipo de análisis permitido, la compatibilidad con programas CAD, el tipo de soporte ofrecido, la actualización de las versiones, el tipo de interfaz de usuario implementado y la curva de aprendizaje para nuevos usuarios, entre otros. Posteriormente se estudiaron tres casos diferentes, los cuales fueron modelados con elementos finitos empleando distintos programas GPL. En la parte final del documento se comparan los resultados obtenidos con software libre, los arrojados por un programa comercial (Ansys, y los modelos analíticos derivados de la solución de la ecuación diferencial que rige el fenómeno particular, obteniendo una convergencia aceptable entre todos los resultados

  15. Periodontal status of Pakistani orthodontic patients

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    Full Text Available The objective of this study was to evaluate and compare the periodontal status of orthodontic patients and non-orthodontic patients, aged 15–28 years, of both genders. The cross-sectional study included 100 orthodontic and 100 non-orthodontic patients evaluated using a Community Periodontal Index for Treatment Need (CPITN probe on the index teeth. A questionnaire was distributed to the participants to assess and evaluate the use of oral hygiene aids. The data were analyzed using SPSS version 17, and various comparisons were performed using the chi-square test. The study revealed that there was a statistically significant association in CPITN scores between the orthodontic and non-orthodontic patients (p < 0.01. The study showed that patients undergoing orthodontic treatment have increased plaque accumulation and probing depth resulting in periodontal tissue destruction. Proper oral hygiene practices and interdental aids should be employed to control plaque.

  16. Emerging Therapeutic Strategies and Future Challenges in Clinical Periodontics.

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    Shin, Daniel; Hamada, Yusuke; John, Vanchit

    2016-01-01

    Currently, the protocol for treating periodontitis follows a standardized and straightforward algorithm: 1) review and reinforce oral hygiene; 2) perform scaling and root planing; 3) proceed to periodontal surgery if the disease process has not been arrested; then 4) enroll the patient in a customized periodontal maintenance recall program to maintain the health of the reduced periodontium. Multiple longitudinal studies have demonstrated that the aforementioned treatment regimen can arrest the progression of periodontitis and can increase the likelihood of tooth retention and periodontal stability.

  17. Application of ozone in the treatment of periodontal disease

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    Srikanth, Adusumilli; Sathish, Manthena; Sri Harsha, Anumolu Venkatanaga

    2013-01-01

    Gingivitis and periodontitis are most common inflammatory diseases of supporting tissues of teeth. Role of microbial etiology and host response in progression of gingival and periodontal diseases has been well established. Because of the beneficial biological effects of ozone, due to its antimicrobial and immunostimulating effect, it is well indicated in the treatment of gingival and periodontal diseases. The objective of this article is to provide a general review about clinical applications of ozone in treatment of periodontal diseases and to summarize the available in vitro and in vivo studies in Periodontics in which ozone has been used. PMID:23946585

  18. Endodontic, surgical and periodontal treatment of dens invaginatus. Case report.

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    Castellarin, M; Demitri, V; Politi, M

    2001-01-01

    The aim of this paper is to propose a single stage global treatment of endodontic, periapical and periodontal lesions in a lateral maxillary incisor with dens invaginatus. A 24 year-old woman presenting a lateral maxillary incisor with dens invaginatus in association with periapica1 and periodontal lesions underwent simultaneous surgical, endodontic and periodontal regenerative procedures. At 2, 6, 12, 18 months follow-up the radiographic healing appeared to be improved and the periapical lesion healed completely 1 year after surgical intervention. Surgery in association with endodontic and periodontal procedures represents the treatment of choice to maximize long term prognosis in cases of dens invaginatus with chronic periapical and periodontal lesions.

  19. Effect of Periodontal Disease on Preeclampsia

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    Sayar, F; Hoseini, M Sadat; Abbaspour, S

    2011-01-01

    Background: A lot of studies have shown periodontal diseases as a risk factor for adverse pregnancy outcomes. The association between periodontitis and preeclampsia has been studied recently with controversy. Considering the importance of preventing preeclampsia as a dangerous and life-threatening disease in pregnant women, the present study was carried out. Methods: Two hundred and ten pregnant women participated in this case-control study (105 controls & 105 cases) during years 2007 and 2008. Preeclamptic cases were defined as blood pressure ≥140/90mmHg and proteinuria +1. Control group were pregnant women with normal blood pressure without proteinuria. Both groups were examined during 48 hours after child delivery. Plaque Index (PLI), Pocket Depth (PD), Clinical Attachment Level (CAL), Bleeding On Probing (BOP), Gingival Recession (GR) were measured on all teeth except for third molars and recorded as periodontal examination. Data was analyzed using t-test, chi-square, and Mann-Whitney U statistical tests. Results: There was no significant difference between the two study groups for PD. CAL, GR, BOP significantly increased in the case group (P< 0.02). This study showed that preeclamptic cases were more likely to develop periodontal disease (P< 0.0001). Eighty three percent of the control group and 95% of the case group had periodontal disease (P< 0.005) which had shown that preeclamptic cases were 4.1 times more likely to have periodontal disease (OR= 4.1). Conclusion: Preeclamptic cases significantly had higher attachment loss and gingival recession than the control group. PMID:23113094

  20. Association between periodontal disease and pregnancy outcomes.

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    Soroye, M; Ayanbadejo, P; Savage, K; Oluwole, A

    2015-12-01

    To evaluate the association between periodontal disease and pregnancy outcomes like preterm birth and low birth weight. Interviewer-administered questionnaires were completed by the subjects who attended the antenatal clinic of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Lagos. Information obtained included; maternal age, gestational age, marital status, educational status, occupation and expected date of delivery. After delivery, the questionnaire was completed with baby's weight at birth and the actual date of delivery. Clinical assessment of the periodontium was done using Oral Hygiene Index (OHI) and Community Periodontal Index of Treatment Needs (CPITN). Participants were divided into three groups: Test, Control I and Control II groups. Scaling and polishing were done for all patients with periodontal disease before (Test group) and after delivery (Control I). All Control II participants (those without periodontal disease) were given Oral hygiene instructions. Descriptive and comparative analyses were done using Epi info version 2008. Four hundred and fifty women received the questionnaire but the response rate was 94%, giving an actual sample size of 423 participants. Maternal age range was between 18 and 34 years with mean age of 29.67 (± 3.37). Gestational age at the point of recruitment was between 10 weeks and 26 weeks with mean of 23.34 (± 4.05). The prevalence of periodontal disease among the study group was 33.38%. About 71% of the participants attained tertiary level of education; only 0.7% had no formal education. There was 9.9% use of alcohol among the participants. The mean oral hygiene score for the participants was 1.94 (± 1.31). The prevalences for preterm deliveries, low birth weight and spontaneous abortion were 12.5%, 12.1% and 1.42% respectively. This study confirms periodontal disease as a probable risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes such as preterm delivery and low birth weight. Therefore, health workers should be encouraged to promote good

  1. Host response mechanisms in periodontal diseases

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    Nora SILVA

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Periodontal diseases usually refer to common inflammatory disorders known as gingivitis and periodontitis, which are caused by a pathogenic microbiota in the subgingival biofilm, including Porphyromonas gingivalis, Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, Tannerella forsythia and Treponema denticola that trigger innate, inflammatory, and adaptive immune responses. These processes result in the destruction of the tissues surrounding and supporting the teeth, and eventually in tissue, bone and finally, tooth loss. The innate immune response constitutes a homeostatic system, which is the first line of defense, and is able to recognize invading microorganisms as non-self, triggering immune responses to eliminate them. In addition to the innate immunity, adaptive immunity cells and characteristic cytokines have been described as important players in the periodontal disease pathogenesis scenario, with a special attention to CD4+ T-cells (T-helper cells. Interestingly, the T cell-mediated adaptive immunity development is highly dependent on innate immunity-associated antigen presenting cells, which after antigen capture undergo into a maturation process and migrate towards the lymph nodes, where they produce distinct patterns of cytokines that will contribute to the subsequent polarization and activation of specific T CD4+ lymphocytes. Skeletal homeostasis depends on a dynamic balance between the activities of the bone-forming osteoblasts (OBLs and bone-resorbing osteoclasts (OCLs. This balance is tightly controlled by various regulatory systems, such as the endocrine system, and is influenced by the immune system, an osteoimmunological regulation depending on lymphocyte- and macrophage-derived cytokines. All these cytokines and inflammatory mediators are capable of acting alone or in concert, to stimulate periodontal breakdown and collagen destruction via tissue-derived matrix metalloproteinases, a characterization of the progression of periodontitis as

  2. Genetic influences in caries and periodontal diseases.

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    Hassell, T M; Harris, E L

    1995-01-01

    Deciphering the relative roles of heredity and environmental factors ("nature vs. nurture") in the pathogenesis of dental caries and diseases of the periodontium has occupied clinical and basic researchers for decades. Success in the endeavor has come more easily in the case of caries; the complex interactions that occur between host-response mechanisms and putative microbiologic pathogens in periodontal disease have made elucidation of genetic factors in disease susceptibility more difficult. In addition, during the 30-year period between 1958 and 1987, only meager resources were targeted toward the "nature" side of the nature/nurture dipole in periodontology. In this article, we present a brief history of the development of genetic epistemology, then describe the three main research mechanisms by which questions about the hereditary component of diseases in humans can be addressed. A critical discussion of the evidence for a hereditary component in caries susceptibility is next presented, also from a historical perspective. The evolution of knowledge concerning possible genetic ("endogenous", "idiotypic") factors in the pathogenesis of inflammatory periodontal disease is initiated with an analysis of some foreign-language (primarily German) literature that is likely to be unfamiliar to the reader. We identify a turning point at about 1960, when the periodontal research community turned away from genetics in favor of microbiology research. During the past five years, investigators have re-initiated the search for the hereditary component in susceptibility to common adult periodontal disease; this small but growing body of literature is reviewed. Recent applications of in vitro methods for genetic analyses in periodontal research are presented, with an eye toward a future in which persons who are at risk--genetically predisposed--to periodontal disease may be identified and targeted for interventive strategies. Critical is the realization that genes and environment

  3. Host response mechanisms in periodontal diseases

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    SILVA, Nora; ABUSLEME, Loreto; BRAVO, Denisse; DUTZAN, Nicolás; GARCIA-SESNICH, Jocelyn; VERNAL, Rolando; HERNÁNDEZ, Marcela; GAMONAL, Jorge

    2015-01-01

    Periodontal diseases usually refer to common inflammatory disorders known as gingivitis and periodontitis, which are caused by a pathogenic microbiota in the subgingival biofilm, including Porphyromonas gingivalis, Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, Tannerella forsythia and Treponema denticola that trigger innate, inflammatory, and adaptive immune responses. These processes result in the destruction of the tissues surrounding and supporting the teeth, and eventually in tissue, bone and finally, tooth loss. The innate immune response constitutes a homeostatic system, which is the first line of defense, and is able to recognize invading microorganisms as non-self, triggering immune responses to eliminate them. In addition to the innate immunity, adaptive immunity cells and characteristic cytokines have been described as important players in the periodontal disease pathogenesis scenario, with a special attention to CD4+ T-cells (T-helper cells). Interestingly, the T cell-mediated adaptive immunity development is highly dependent on innate immunity-associated antigen presenting cells, which after antigen capture undergo into a maturation process and migrate towards the lymph nodes, where they produce distinct patterns of cytokines that will contribute to the subsequent polarization and activation of specific T CD4+ lymphocytes. Skeletal homeostasis depends on a dynamic balance between the activities of the bone-forming osteoblasts (OBLs) and bone-resorbing osteoclasts (OCLs). This balance is tightly controlled by various regulatory systems, such as the endocrine system, and is influenced by the immune system, an osteoimmunological regulation depending on lymphocyte- and macrophage-derived cytokines. All these cytokines and inflammatory mediators are capable of acting alone or in concert, to stimulate periodontal breakdown and collagen destruction via tissue-derived matrix metalloproteinases, a characterization of the progression of periodontitis as a stage that

  4. Some aspects of periodontitis pathogenesis in children

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    Shcherbina I.N.

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Inflammatory processes in the tissues surrounding tooth root are frequent enough and develop as the direct complication of caries. As acute periodontitis is manifested with grinding toothache and violation of ph¬y¬sio¬logical act of chewing, symptoms of general intoxication, the continuous sluggish chronic periodontitis is harmful and dangerous to the organism as well. It forms the state of chronic оdontogenetic intoxication and chroneosepsis with wrong functioning of some internal organs and body systems. The like complications can cause significant disturbance to the function of kidneys, liver, heart, joints and their treatment without ablating focus of inflammation is often in- effective; this must be taken into account by doctors-interns. However, scanning of the oral cavity by conservative means has its difficulties mostly because of ignoring pathogenesis of such inflammation. That is why activity of ferments of blood dehydrogenases from the periapical tissues of the teeth affected with the chronic periodontitis was studied. The level of succinate dehydrogenase and alpha-glycerophosphate degydrogenase of lymphocytes of 110 schoolchildren aged 13-17 years old was studied. The main group of examined individuals included those of infected with tuber¬culousis – 50 individuals, and the control group (60 individuals – clinically healthy ones without tuberculousis desease. All schoolchildren had 1 or 2 teeth affected with chronic periodontitis of the apical localization. The researchers found that a significant inhibition of activity of succinate dehydrogenase and alpha-glycerophosphate degydrogenase ferments occurs in the inflammatory periodontal tissues, which indicates to local immunity decline, and as a consequence, pathogenic bacteria activation. In people infected with tuberculousis these violations were more developed. Such features of periodontitis pathogenesis must be taken into account when providing a combined treatment.

  5. Eficacia del tratamiento de la enfermedad periodontal sobre marcadores de riesgo cardiovascular

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    COLONIA GARCÍA, ADRIANA; DUQUE DUQUE, ANDRÉS

    2011-01-01

    Los principales factores de riesgo relacionados con eventos cardiovasculares son: edad, género, hipertensión arterial, diabetes mellitus, tabaquismo, bajo nivel de lipoproteínas de alta densidad, genética, estrés, obesidad y sedentarismo; pero existen factores de riesgo no identificados aún para explicar el modelo cardiovascular. La enfermedad periodontal ha emergido en las últimas décadas como un posible factor de riesgo para el desarrollo de eventos cardiovasculares. Una revisión sistemátic...

  6. El papel de la genética en la aparición y desarrollo de la periodontitis: II: Polimorfismos asociados a la enfermedad periodontal The role of genetics in the development and progression of periodontitis: II: Polymorphism associated to periodontal disease

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    D. Rodrigo-Gómez; A. Oteo-Calatayud; A. Alonso-Rosado; A. Bascones-Martínez

    2008-01-01

    La periodontitis es una enfermedad multifactorial que resulta de la interacción de bacterias periodontopatógenas con los mecanismos de respuesta inmune del huésped y que se caracteriza por una reacción inflamatoria que afecta al aparato de inserción del diente. Las enfermedades multifactoriales habitualmente envuelven complejas interacciones de muchos genes y factores ambientales. El tipo de variaciones genéticas involucradas en este tipo de enfermedades se denominan polimorfismos genéticos, ...

  7. C-reactive protein levels in patients with aggressive periodontitis.

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    Salzberg, Trang N; Overstreet, Benjamin T; Rogers, Jeffrey D; Califano, Joseph V; Best, Al M; Schenkein, Harvey A

    2006-06-01

    Sera from patients with periodontal infections contain elevated levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) compared to periodontally healthy individuals. Most studies to date have included patients with chronic periodontitis, and few investigators have studied CRP levels in subjects with aggressive periodontitis (AgP). The purpose of this study was to determine the relative levels of serum CRP in AgP patients and periodontally healthy subjects and to examine patients' characteristics that might account for intergroup differences. Serum samples were collected from 93 patients with generalized AgP (GAgP), from 97 patients with localized AgP (LAgP), and from 91 healthy controls (non-periodontitis [NP]). Periodontal examination consisted of plaque index, gingival index, probing depth, bleeding index, and attachment loss measurements. Current smoking was assessed by determination of serum cotinine levels by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), and serum CRP levels were determined using a high-sensitivity ELISA assay. The three groups were significantly different from one another (P periodontal and demographic variables and current smoking, both mean probing depth and periodontal diagnosis remained correlated with CRP levels. Patients with AgP have statistically significant elevations in serum CRP levels compared to subjects without periodontitis. Elevated CRP in these subjects might represent a contribution of periodontal infections to systemic inflammation in relatively young individuals.

  8. Demand for and availability of online support to stop smoking Soporte en línea para parar de fumar Suporte online para parar de fumar

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    Beatriz Helena Carlini

    2012-12-01

    ínea relacionados con el cesamiento de cigarro en Brasil en 2010, utilizando herramientas de búsqueda. El número de búsquedas fue determinado a través de herramientas de análisis de Google Ads; el número y tipo de sitios fueron determinados por la reproducción de patrones de búsqueda de usuarios de internet. Los sitios fueron clasificados de acuerdo con su contenido (propagandas, biblioteca de artículos y otros. La calidad de los sitios fue analizada utilizándose la Smoking Treatment Scale-Content (STS-C y Smoking Treatment Scale-Rating (STS-R. RESULTADOS: Se realizaron 642.446 búsquedas. Cerca de un tercio de los 113 sitios encontrados fueron del tipo "biblioteca", es decir, contenían solamente artículos; seguidos por sitios con propagandas de clínicas (18,6% y educación profesional (10,6%. Trece sitios ofrecían intervenciones directas para fumadores. La mayoría de ellos no estaba basada en evidencias, ofrecía bajas interactividad y capacidad de personalización y no tenía herramientas de comunicación con sus usuarios después del primer contacto. Otras limitaciones detectadas fueron omisión de las fuentes de financiamiento y ausencia de garantía de sigilo de las informaciones obtenidas y de distinción entre contenido editorial y de anuncios comerciales. CONCLUSIONES: Hay disparidad entre la alta demanda para apoyo en línea para cesamiento del cigarro y la escasa disponibilidad de intervenciones en línea de calidad para fumadores. El desarrollo de intervenciones en línea interactivas, personalizadas, basadas en evidencias y pruebas en ensayos clínicos ramdomizados es necesario para el avance en el soporte ofrecido a fumadores en Brasil.OBJETIVO Estimar a frequência de buscas online sobre tabagismo e analisar a qualidade dos recursos online de apoio para tabagistas interessados em parar de fumar. MÉTODOS: Revisão de buscas e recursos online relacionados à cessação de tabaco no Brasil em 2010, utilizando ferramentas de busca. O número de buscas foi

  9. Periodontic and orthodontic treatment in adults.

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    Ong, Marianne M A; Wang, Hom-Lay

    2002-10-01

    The purpose of this article is to provide an update of the interrelationship between periodontics and orthodontics in adults. Specific areas reviewed are the reaction of periodontal tissue to orthodontic forces, the influence of tooth movement on the periodontium, the effect of circumferential supracrestal fiberotomy in preventing orthodontic relapse, the effect of orthodontic treatment on the periodontium, microbiology associated with orthodontic bands, and mucogingival and esthetic considerations. In addition, the relationship between orthodontics and implants (eg, using dental implants for orthodontic anchorage) is discussed.

  10. Renal alterations in prediabetic rats with periodontitis

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    Andersen, Carla Cruvinel Pontes; Holmstrup, Palle; Buschard, Karsten

    2008-01-01

    BACKGROUND: Periodontitis was shown to have an impact on glucose levels in prediabetic and diabetic rats. The Zucker fatty rat (ZFR) is a well-characterized model of prediabetes presenting with impaired glucose tolerance, hyperinsulinemia, dyslipidemia, and moderate hypertension. The aim...... IValpha1, fibronectin, and nephrin. Urinary albumin excretion and creatinine clearance were also evaluated. RESULTS: In prediabetic ZFRs, periodontitis was associated with kidney hypertrophy (P = 0.03) and a tendency for increased glomerular volume (P = 0.06). In lean littermates, elevated fibronectin m...

  11. Revolutionizing radiographic diagnostic accuracy in periodontics

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    Brijesh Sharma

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Effective diagnostic accuracy has in some way been the missing link between periodontal diagnosis and treatment. Most of the clinicians rely on the conventional two-dimensional (2D radiographs. But being a 2D image, it has its own limitations. 2D images at times can give an incomplete picture about the severity or type of disease and can further affect the treatment plan. Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT has a better potential for detecting periodontal bone defects with accuracy. The purpose here is to describe how CBCT imaging is beneficial in accurate diagnosis and will lead to a precise treatment plan.

  12. Floating retained root lesion mimicking apical periodontitis.

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    Chung, Ming-Pang; Chen, Chih-Ping; Shieh, Yi-Shing

    2009-10-01

    A case of a retained root tip simulating apical periodontitis on radiographic examination is described. The retained root tip, originating from the left lower first molar, floated under the left lower second premolar apical region mimicking apical periodontitis. It appeared as an ill-defined periapical radiolucency containing a smaller radiodense mass on radiograph. The differential diagnosis included focal sclerosing osteomyelitis (condensing osteitis) and ossifying fibroma. Upon exicisional biopsy, a retained root associated with granulation tissue was found. After 1-year follow-up, the patient was asymptomatic and the periradicular lesion was healing. Meanwhile, the associated tooth showed a normal response to stimulation testing.

  13. Estrategias de un Call Center de telecomunicaciones para la mejora continua de la calidad con enfoque en la satisfacción del cliente.

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    Nolivos Balarezo, Jaime Danilo

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    198 hojas : ilustraciones, 29 x 21 cm + CD-ROM 4168 El objetivo de esta tesis es definir las estrategias a seguir para el mejoramiento continuo de la calidad con enfoque en la satisfacción del cliente, que al aplicar en el Centro de Soporte de Datos de Movistar mejore los niveles de desempeño del personal y la imagen de la empresa frente a sus clientes. Capítulo 1. Introducción al Call Center, funcionamiento y factores críticos de éxito. Aspectos importantes de la empresa y descripción de ...

  14. Correlaciones anatomoclínicas en el paciente con traumatismo raquimedular y/o craneoencefálico: Importancia en enfermería.

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    Gonzalo Martín, Pilar

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    [ES] Esta tesis se ha enfocado en la evolución a lo largo de diez años del manejo inicial (asistencia prehospitalaria por un Soporte Vital Avanzado -SVA-), del paciente con lesión cerebral traumática (LCT) y/o lesión medular traumática (LMT). Basados en todos los aspectos y comentarios que se desarrollan en los apartados de introducción y discusión, los objetivos y enfoque del presente trabajo de Tesis Doctoral se realiza un análisis retrospectivo, longitudinal y descriptivo de la Asistencia ...

  15. UAICase: integración de un entorno académico con una herramienta CASE en una plataforma virtual colaborativa

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    Battaglia, Nicolás; Neil, Carlos; De Vincenzi, Marcelo; Martínez, Roxana

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    En el uso de herramientas CASE como soporte de modelado para la enseñanza de la ingeniería de software, suelen utilizarse productos comerciales de uso profesional muy complejos o herramientas de modelado de acceso libre no tan comunes en el mercado. Surge entonces la necesidad de contar con herramientas CASE que permitan asistir al alumno a adquirir y afianzar los contenidos académicos desarrollados dentro de un espacio que facilite tanto a sus pares como al docente colaborar entre sí, sin...

  16. Mejora en la calidad de indicadores de internación mediante codificación de problemas de salud con CIE 9 CM

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    Bevilacqua, Érica; Manzoti, Matías; Padilla, Inger; Centeno, Josefina; Engwald, Carlos; Diaz Maffini, Martín

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    La gestión de la información para la toma de decisiones en salud re-quiere de fuentes y soporte de calidad que aseguren resultados adecuados y exac-tos para la toma de decisiones. Los datos procesados en las instituciones de salud deben consolidarse en información sólida, actualizada y apropiada que permita contar con los indicadores de internación que señalen el diagnóstico acertado. En el Hospital Alemán se estableció una herramienta de post procesamiento de datos asistenciales de internaci...

  17. Cuidados de enfermería en el paciente crítico con ventilación mecánica no invasiva

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    Peña Otero, David

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    El desarrollo biotecnológico en el siglo XX, y la progresión mantenida en el siglo XXI, generan un gran cambio en los cuidados a los pacientes. Como disciplina y profesión sanitaria la Enfermería debe ser capaz de adaptarse a los cambios y a las necesidades de los usuarios, con el fin de garantizar y procurar la excelencia del cuidado. La Ventilación Mecánica No Invasiva (VMNI) es un soporte ventilatorio que, sin invadir la vía aérea, logra mantener presiones positivas. Sus beneficios y utili...

  18. Therapeutic applications of resveratrol and its derivatives on periodontitis.

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    Chin, Yu-Tang; Cheng, Guei-Yun; Shih, Ya-Jung; Lin, Chi-Yu; Lin, Shan-Jen; Lai, Hsuan-Yu; Whang-Peng, Jacqueline; Chiu, Hsien-Chung; Lee, Sheng-Yang; Fu, Earl; Tang, Heng-Yuan; Lin, Hung-Yun; Liu, Leroy F

    2017-09-01

    Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease of the supporting tissues of the teeth induced by periodontopathic bacteria that results in the progressive destruction of periodontal tissues. Treatment of periodontitis is painful and time-consuming. Recently, herbal medicines have been considered for use in treating inflammation-related diseases, including periodontitis. Resveratrol and its derivative 2,3,5,4'-tetrahydroxystilbene-2-O-β-glucoside (THSG), a polyphenol extracted from Polygonum multiflorum, have anti-inflammatory properties and other medical benefits. Here, we highlight the importance of resveratrol and its glycosylated derivative as possible complementary treatments for periodontitis and their potential for development as innovative therapeutic strategies. In addition, we present evidence and discuss the mechanisms of action of resveratrol and THSG on periodontitis, focusing on Porphyromonas gingivalis-induced inflammatory responses in human gingival fibroblasts and animal modeling of ligature-induced periodontitis. We also illuminate the signal transduction pathways and the cytokines involved. © 2017 New York Academy of Sciences.

  19. PENYAKIT PERIODONTAL DAN BAYI PREMATUR BERBERAT BADAN LAHIR RENDAH

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    Saidina Hamzah Daliemunthe

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    Full Text Available Periodontal disease is one of the risk factors for certain systemic conditions. Retrospective and prospective studies showed that pregnant women with periodontitis have significantly higher risk to deliver preterm low birth weight infants (gestation period < 37 weeks and birth weight < 2500 grams, and the risk increase as the periodontitis progressed during pregnancy. Periodontal disease could mediate this systemic effect through the action of periodontal pathogens and lipopolysaccharide increasing the production of prostaglandin and cytokine (physiologic mediators in parturition which will trigger the delivery of preterm low birth weight among women with periodontitis. It is concluded that periodontal disease is an independent risk factor for preterm low birth weight, and inclusion of oral prophylaxis procedure during pregnancy should be considered.

  20. The effect of alcohol consumption on periodontitis in older Danes

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    Hach, M; Holm-Pedersen, P; Adegboye, A R A

    2015-01-01

    OBJECTIVES: To examine the association of alcohol consumption measured at different points in time and periodontitis at 20 years follow-up and to investigate whether long-term alcohol consumption is related to periodontitis in old age. DESIGN: Participants aged 65 years or older in 2003, from...... the longitudinal study Copenhagen City Heart Study (CCHS), were invited to participate in the Copenhagen Oral Health Senior Study. METHODS: Clinical periodontal attachment loss was calculated to determine the progress of periodontitis. Alcohol consumption was measured at CCHS follow-ups in 1981-1983, 1991...... alcohol consumption measured at different points in time and periodontitis and to assess the effect of long-term alcohol consumption on periodontitis. RESULTS: The results show that heavy drinkers in 1981-1983 had a higher odds ratio for having periodontitis compared to light drinkers (OR = 4.64 95% CI...

  1. Evaluation of cross-protection by immunization with an experimental trivalent companion animal periodontitis vaccine in the mouse periodontitis model.

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    Hardham, John; Sfintescu, Cornelia; Evans, Richard T

    2008-03-01

    Companion animal periodontal disease is one of the most prevalent diseases seen by veterinarians. The goal of this study was to evaluate the vaccine performance of a trivalent canine periodontitis vaccine in the mouse oral challenge model of periodontitis. Mice vaccinated subcutaneously with an inactivated, whole-cell vaccine preparation of Porphyromonas denticanis, Porphyromonas gulae, and Porphyromonas salivosa displayed significantly reduced alveolar bone loss in response to heterologous and cross-species challenges as compared to sham vaccinated animals. Based on the results of these studies, a periodontitis vaccine may be a useful tool in preventing the initiation and progression of periodontitis caused by the most commonly isolated pigmenting anaerobic bacteria in animals.

  2. Combined periodontic-orthodonticendodontic interdisciplinary approach in the treatment of periodontally compromised tooth.

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    Deepa, D; Mehta, D S; Puri, Viren K; Shetty, Sadashiva

    2010-04-01

    Orthodontic treatment in adult patients is one of the most frequently encountered components involving multidisciplinary approaches. In the present report, a 28-year-old male patient was treated for localized chronic periodontitis with pocket formation, mobility, pathologic migration and malalignment of maxillary left lateral incisor tooth #22. The periodontal therapy included motivation, education and oral-hygiene instructions (O.H.I.), scaling and root planing and periodontal flap surgery. Subsequently on resolution of periodontal inflammation, orthodontic therapy was carried out using the orthodontic aligner for a period of 6 months. Post-treatment (3 years) results showed complete resolution of infrabony pocket with significant bone fill, reduced tooth mobility and complete alignment of the affected maxillary left lateral incisor, thus restoring the esthetics and function.

  3. Combined periodontic-orthodontic-endodontic interdisciplinary approach in the treatment of periodontally compromised tooth

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    Deepa D

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Orthodontic treatment in adult patients is one of the most frequently encountered components involving multidisciplinary approaches. In the present report, a 28-year-old male patient was treated for localized chronic periodontitis with pocket formation, mobility, pathologic migration and malalignment of maxillary left lateral incisor tooth #22. The periodontal therapy included motivation, education and oral-hygiene instructions (O.H.I., scaling and root planing and periodontal flap surgery. Subsequently on resolution of periodontal inflammation, orthodontic therapy was carried out using the orthodontic aligner for a period of 6 months. Post-treatment (3 years results showed complete resolution of infrabony pocket with significant bone fill, reduced tooth mobility and complete alignment of the affected maxillary left lateral incisor, thus restoring the esthetics and function.

  4. Resistencia de dientes restaurados con postes prefabricados ante cargas de máxima intercuspidación, masticación y bruxismo

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    Santiago Correa Vélez

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: determinar por el método de los elementos finitos la resistencia de dientes restaurados con postes prefabricados ante cargas estáticas de máxima intercuspidación y cargas cíclicas de masticación y bruxismo y analizar el efecto de la pérdida periodontal en la resistencia de las restauraciones. Métodos: se realizó una investigación in vitro mediante el método de los elementos finitos de dientes con pérdida periodontal, rehabilitados con postes prefabricados en fibra de vidrio, carbono y titanio. Los dientes fueron reconstruidos a partir de imágenes tomográficas de un paciente periodontalmente sano. Resultados: se muestra que ante cargas estáticas las rehabilitaciones no presentan tendencia a la falla, independientemente del material del poste o del grado de pérdida periodontal. En el caso de bruxismo y pérdida periodontal de 4 mm, la dentina presenta una durabilidad de 60 000 ciclos independiente del material del poste. Para cargas de masticación y periodonto sano, la falla en la dentina ocurre a los 100 000 ciclos con poste en titanio, 200 000 ciclos con poste en fibra de carbono y 1 100 000 ciclos con poste en fibra de vidrio. Para una pérdida periodontal de 2 mm la durabilidad de la dentina se reduce a 4 000 ciclos con poste en titanio, 5 000 ciclos con poste en fibra de carbono y 7 000 ciclos con poste en fibra de vidrio. Para pérdida periodontal de 4 mm, la durabilidad de la dentina se estima en 1 000 ciclos, independientemente del material del poste utilizado. Conclusiones: ante carga estática de máxima intercuspidación las rehabilitaciones con postes prefabricados en fibra de vidrio, carbono y titanio no presentan tendencia a la falla, independientemente del grado de pérdida periodontal. Ante cargas cíclicas, los postes prefabricados presentan una vida útil infinita, y es la dentina la estructura más afectada ante dichos eventos.

  5. Effect of periodontal therapy on pregnancy outcome in women affected by periodontitis.

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    Tarannum, Fouzia; Faizuddin, Mohamed

    2007-11-01

    There is convincing evidence to suggest that infections affecting the mother during pregnancy may produce alterations in the normal cytokine- and hormone-regulated gestation, which could result in preterm labor, premature rupture of membranes, and preterm birth (PTB). Studies in the late 1990s associated periodontitis with preterm low birth weight (PLBW) deliveries, and this may have similar pathogenic mechanisms as other maternal infections. This study determined the effect of non-surgical periodontal therapy on pregnancy outcome. A total of 200 pregnant women with periodontitis were randomly assigned to treatment and control groups. Detailed data about previous and current pregnancies were obtained. All women received a full-mouth periodontal examination, including oral hygiene index-simplified, bleeding index, and clinical attachment level. The women in the treatment group received non-surgical periodontal therapy during the gestational period, and those in the control group received periodontal treatment after delivery. Periodontal therapy included plaque control instructions and scaling and root planing performed under local anesthesia. The outcome measures assessed were gestational age and birth weight of the infant. PTB was recorded when delivery occurred at PTBs in the treatment group and 68 PTBs in the control group. Twenty-six LBW infants were recorded in the treatment group, and 48 LBW infants were noted in the control group. The mean gestational ages were 33.8+/-2.8 weeks and 32.7+/-2.8 weeks in the treatment and control groups, respectively. The difference was statistically significant at P<0.006. The mean birth weight was 2,565.3+/-331.2 g in the treatment group and 2,459.6+/-380.7 g in the control group, with the difference being statistically significant at P<0.044. A multiple regression model showed a significant effect of periodontal treatment on birth outcomes. Non-surgical periodontal therapy can reduce the risk for preterm births in mothers who

  6. Assessment of Periodontal Tissue Status in Patients with Generalized Periodontitis and Essential Hypertension

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    T I Vicharenko

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available Vascular disorders play a significant role in the development of dystrophic inflammatory process. There is a direct correlation between the degree of damage to blood vessels in the jaw and a depth of the destructive process in periodontal tissue. A certain role is played by endogenous factors, such as: age, vitamin deficiency, diabetes mellitus, essential hypertension and others. Clinical and epidemiological studies using pathological techniques showed significant changes in vascular wall of the artery in the periodontium, the interdental artery in particular.  Atherosclerosis, essential hypertension and periodontal pathology were proven to occur in individuals older than 40 years. The objective of the research was to determine periodontal tissue status in patients with stage II hypertension and generalized periodontitis of II degree of severity. Materials and methods. The study involved 36 patients with stage II hypertension and generalized periodontitis of II degree of severity (the main group. The patients’ age ranged from 35 to 54 years. The control group included 10 patients of corresponding age without generalized periodontitis and somatic pathology. To assess the status of periodontal tissues, we applied the Papillary-Marginal-Attached Index and the Community Periodontal Index of Treatment Needs. When diagnosing periodontal disease, the classification of M.F. Danilevskyi was used. Results. The analysis of the indicators of the Community Periodontal Index of Treatment Needs index showed the following results: in patients of the main group, the index was 2.38±0.07 points (p<0.001 pointing out a need for a course of professional oral hygiene. In patients of the control group, the index was 0.5±0.17 points indicating that there was no need for treatment, however, there was a need for improving oral hygiene. The indicators of the Papillary-Marginal-Attached Index in the main group were 55.49±1.96 points pointing out a severe degree of

  7. Cierre de diastema con resinas compuestas híbridas

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    Alain Manuel Chaple Gil

    Full Text Available El tratamiento para el cierre de diastemas fundamentalmente está enfocado a otorgar estética y salud periodontal. Los diastemas pueden ser resueltos con prótesis y ortodoncia, sin embargo, estas opciones generalmente requieren de preparaciones del tejido sano, incluyen procedimientos de laboratorio y aumentan el tiempo clínico. La utilización de resinas compuestas constituye una opción estética y funcional para estos casos en los que se requiere de mínima intervención sobre el tejido sano o de ninguna. El propósito de esta presentación es describir un caso de cierre de diastema central anterosuperior utilizando resinas compuestas híbridas. Una paciente femenina de 21 años de edad acude a consulta para tratarse un diastema central superior. Se le propuso realizarle un cierre con resina compuesta híbrida. Se aplicó consentimiento informado y se obtuvo aprobación. Se realizó resolución del diastema con técnica incremental con resina híbrida hasta lograr el punto de contacto cuidando la salud periodontal. Se planificó el tratamiento, se pulieron las superficies a incrementar, se aplicaron sistemas adhesivos y se aplicaron capas de resina hasta lograr el resultado deseado. Mejoró la estética y se logró la total satisfacción de la paciente. En este caso, los pasos de la técnica de restauración directa con incremento d4e resina compuesta híbrida fueron seguidos adecuadamente. Se logró el cierre del diastema y el restablecimiento del punto de contacto sin forzar la papila interdental.

  8. Periodontal regeneration around natural teeth.

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    Garrett, S

    1996-11-01

    1. Evidence is conclusive (Table 2) that periodontal regeneration in humans is possible following the use of bone grafts, guided tissue regeneration procedures, both without and in combination with bone grafts, and root demineralization procedures. 2. Clinically guided tissue regeneration procedures have demonstrated significant positive clinical change beyond that achieved with debridement alone in treating mandibular and maxillary (buccal only) Class II furcations. Similar data exist for intraosseous defects. Evidence suggests that the use of bone grafts or GTR procedures produce equal clinical benefit in treating intraosseous defects. Further research is necessary to evaluate GTR procedures compared to, or combined with, bone grafts in treating intraosseous defects. 3. Although there are some data suggesting hopeful results in Class II furcations, the clinical advantage of procedures combining present regenerative techniques remains to be demonstrated. Additional randomized controlled trials with sufficient power are needed to demonstrate the potential usefulness of these techniques. 4. Outcomes following regenerative attempts remain somewhat variable with differences in results between studies and individual subjects. Some of this variability is likely patient related in terms of compliance with plaque control and maintenance procedures, as well as personal habits; e.g., smoking. Variations in the defects selected for study may also affect predictability of outcomes along with other factors. 5. There is evidence to suggest that present regenerative techniques lead to significant amounts of regeneration at localized sites on specific teeth. However, if complete regeneration is to become a reality, additional stimuli to enhance the regenerative process are likely needed. Perhaps this will be accomplished in the future, with combined procedures that include appropriate polypeptide growth factors or tissue factors to provide additional stimulus.

  9. Association between periodontal flap surgery for periodontitis and vasculogenic erectile dysfunction in Koreans

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    Lee, Jae-Hong; Choi, Jung-Kyu; Kim, Sang-Hyun; Cho, Kyung-Hyun; Kim, Young-Taek; Choi, Seong-Ho; Jung, Ui-Won

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    Purpose The National Health Insurance Service-National Sample Cohort and medical checkup data from 2002 to 2013 were used to evaluate the association between periodontal surgery for the treatment of periodontitis (PSTP) and vasculogenic erectile dysfunction (VED). Methods Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression analyses were applied to a longitudinal retrospective database to assess the association between PSTP and VED while adjusting for the potential confounding effects of sociodemog...

  10. Staphylococcus spp. in the oral cavity and periodontal pockets of chronic periodontitis patients

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    Loberto,Jussara Cia S.; Martins,Clélia Ap. de Paiva; Santos,Silvana S. Ferreira dos; Cortelli,José Roberto; Jorge,Antonio Olavo Cardoso

    2004-01-01

    Staphylococcus spp are not usually isolated from the oral cavity, and when this occurs, they are considered to belong to the transitory microbiota. Individuals with periodontal disease represent possible reservoirs of these opportunistic bacteria in the oral cavity. The use of antibiotics for treatment of periodontal disease or other infections may predispose to the increase of the number of Staphylococcus spp. in the oral cavity. These microorganisms easily become resistant to antibiotics, a...

  11. Regeneration of bone and periodontal ligament induced by recombinant amelogenin after periodontitis.

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    Haze, Amir; Taylor, Angela L; Haegewald, Stefan; Leiser, Yoav; Shay, Boaz; Rosenfeld, Eli; Gruenbaum-Cohen, Yael; Dafni, Leah; Zimmermann, Bernd; Heikinheimo, Kristiina; Gibson, Carolyn W; Fisher, Larry W; Young, Marian F; Blumenfeld, Anat; Bernimoulin, Jean P; Deutsch, Dan

    2009-06-01

    Regeneration of mineralized tissues affected by chronic diseases comprises a major scientific and clinical challenge. Periodontitis, one such prevalent disease, involves destruction of the tooth-supporting tissues, alveolar bone, periodontal-ligament and cementum, often leading to tooth loss. In 1997, it became clear that, in addition to their function in enamel formation, the hydrophobic ectodermal enamel matrix proteins (EMPs) play a role in the regeneration of these periodontal tissues. The epithelial EMPs are a heterogeneous mixture of polypeptides encoded by several genes. It was not clear, however, which of these many EMPs induces the regeneration and what mechanisms are involved. Here we show that a single recombinant human amelogenin protein (rHAM(+)), induced in vivo regeneration of all tooth-supporting tissues after creation of experimental periodontitis in a dog model. To further understand the regeneration process, amelogenin expression was detected in normal and regenerating cells of the alveolar bone (osteocytes, osteoblasts and osteoclasts), periodontal ligament, cementum and in bone marrow stromal cells. Amelogenin expression was highest in areas of high bone turnover and activity. Further studies showed that during the first 2 weeks after application, rHAM(+) induced, directly or indirectly, significant recruitment of mesenchymal progenitor cells, which later differentiated to form the regenerated periodontal tissues. The ability of a single protein to bring about regeneration of all periodontal tissues, in the correct spatio-temporal order, through recruitment of mesenchymal progenitor cells, could pave the way for development of new therapeutic devices for treatment of periodontal, bone and ligament diseases based on rHAM(+).

  12. Influence of nanotopography on periodontal ligament stem cell functions and cell sheet based periodontal regeneration.

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    Gao, Hui; Li, Bei; Zhao, Lingzhou; Jin, Yan

    2015-01-01

    Periodontal regeneration is an important part of regenerative medicine, with great clinical significance; however, the effects of nanotopography on the functions of periodontal ligament (PDL) stem cells (PDLSCs) and on PDLSC sheet based periodontal regeneration have never been explored. Titania nanotubes (NTs) layered on titanium (Ti) provide a good platform to study this. In the current study, the influence of NTs of different tube size on the functions of PDLSCs was observed. Afterward, an ectopic implantation model using a Ti/cell sheets/hydroxyapatite (HA) complex was applied to study the effect of the NTs on cell sheet based periodontal regeneration. The NTs were able to enhance the initial PDLSC adhesion and spread, as well as collagen secretion. With the Ti/cell sheets/HA complex model, it was demonstrated that the PDLSC sheets were capable of regenerating the PDL tissue, when combined with bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell (BMSC) sheets and HA, without the need for extra soluble chemical cues. Simultaneously, the NTs improved the periodontal regeneration result of the ectopically implanted Ti/cell sheets/HA complex, giving rise to functionally aligned collagen fiber bundles. Specifically, much denser collagen fibers, with abundant blood vessels as well as cementum-like tissue on the Ti surface, which well-resembled the structure of natural PDL, were observed in the NT5 and NT10 sample groups. Our study provides the first evidence that the nanotopographical cues obviously influence the functions of PDLSCs and improve the PDLSC sheet based periodontal regeneration size dependently, which provides new insight to the periodontal regeneration. The Ti/cell sheets/HA complex may constitute a good model to predict the effect of biomaterials on periodontal regeneration.

  13. 16S rDNA analysis of periodontal plaque in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and periodontitis patients.

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    Wu, Xingwen; Chen, Jiazhen; Xu, Meng; Zhu, Danting; Wang, Xuyang; Chen, Yulin; Wu, Jing; Cui, Chenghao; Zhang, Wenhong; Yu, Liying

    2017-01-01

    This study investigated if chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is correlated with periodontitis via periodontal microbiota and if certain bacteria affect periodontitis as well as COPD. Moreover, the study investigated whether suffering from COPD is associated with a decrease in the richness and diversity of periodontal microbiota. Subgingival plaque was obtained from 105 patients. Bacterial DNA was isolated from 55 COPD and 50 non-COPD participants (either with or without periodontitis). 16S rRNA gene metagenomic sequencing was used to characterize the microbiota and to determine taxonomic classification. In the non-periodontitis patients, suffering from COPD resulted in a decrease in bacteria richness and diversity in the periodontal microenvironment. An increase in the genera Dysgonomonas , Desulfobulbus , and Catonella and in four species ( Porphyromonas endodontalis , Dysgonomonas wimpennyi , Catonella morbi , and Prevotella intermedia ) in both COPD and periodontitis patients suggests that an increase in these periodontitis-associated microbiota may be related to COPD. Three genera ( Johnsonella , Campylobacter , and Oribacterium ) were associated with COPD but not with periodontitis. The decrease in the genera Arcanobacterium , Oribacterium , and Streptomyces in COPD patients implies that these genera may be health-associated genera, and the decrease in these genera may be related to disease. These data support the hypothesis that COPD is correlated with periodontitis via these significantly changed specific bacteria.

  14. Relationship between Acute Phase of Chronic Periodontitis and Meteorological Factors in the Maintenance Phase of Periodontal Treatment: A Pilot Study.

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    Takeuchi, Noriko; Ekuni, Daisuke; Tomofuji, Takaaki; Morita, Manabu

    2015-08-05

    The acute phase of chronic periodontitis may occur even in patients during supportive periodontal therapy. However, the details are not fully understood. Since the natural environment, including meteorology affects human health, we hypothesized that weather conditions may affect occurrence of acute phase of chronic periodontitis. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between weather conditions and acute phase of chronic periodontitis in patients under supportive periodontal therapy. Patients who were diagnosed with acute phase of chronic periodontitis under supportive periodontal therapy during 2011-2013 were selected for this study. We performed oral examinations and collected questionnaires and meteorological data. Of 369 patients who experienced acute phase of chronic periodontitis, 153 had acute phase of chronic periodontitis without direct-triggered episodes. When using the autoregressive integrated moving average model of time-series analysis, the independent covariant of maximum hourly range of barometric pressure, maximum hourly range of temperature, and maximum daily wind speed were significantly associated with occurrence of acute phase of chronic periodontitis (p chronic periodontitis.

  15. NECESIDADES DE TRATAMIENTO PERIODONTAL EN UNA POBLACIÓN DE PACIENTES FUMADORES JÓVENES

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    Full Text Available   Normal 0 21 false false false ES-CO X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Tabla normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0cm; mso-para-margin-right:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0cm; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;} El tabaquismo como factor de riesgo en enfermedad periodontal ha sido evaluado durante muchos años, encontrándose una relación directa. Se realizó un estudio descriptivo, con el objetivo de determinar la necesidad de tratamiento periodontal de una población de adultos jóvenes fumadores que ingresa a primer semestre de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. En el examen odontológico, se seleccionaron  adultos jóvenes fumadores y  adultos jóvenes no fumadores. Así mismo, se realizo el examen clínico periodontal con base en el Índice de Necesidad de Tratamiento Periodontal de las Comunidades. El total de los adultos jóvenes que participaron en el estudio fueron ciento treinta y nueve. Entre ellos encontramos setenta adultos jóvenes fumadores y sesenta y nueve adultos jóvenes no fumadores.  Al evaluar las Necesidades de Tratamiento en el grupo  fumadores encontramos que 86% presenta NT: 2 ,9% presenta  NT: 3 ,4% presenta  NT: 1 ,1% presenta NT: 0. Al evaluar las Necesidades de Tratamiento Periodontal en el grupo de no fumadores, encontramos que el 86% presenta NT: 2; 14% presenta NT: 1. En la necesidad de tratamiento de los adultos jóvenes fumadores, el 86% (NT: 2 presenta necesidad en educación en higiene oral

  16. Nutraceuticals in Periodontal Health: A Systematic Review on the Role of Vitamins in Periodontal Health Maintenance.

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    Varela-López, Alfonso; Navarro-Hortal, María D; Giampieri, Francesca; Bullón, Pedro; Battino, Maurizio; Quiles, José L

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    Periodontal disease, a relevant public health problem worldwide, is generally considered a common pathology of elderly people. In this respect, there is agreement about that nutritional status may be a modifying factor in the progression and healing of the periodontal tissues. Vitamins have been recommended as nutraceuticals for prevention and treatment of some pathological conditions, such as cardiovascular diseases, obesity or cancer. Thus, a systematic approach to determining how the different vitamin type could ameliorate periodontal risks or improve periodontal health is necessary to further the understanding of the potential benefits and risks of vitamins supplementation use. For this, a systematic review of English-written literature in PubMed until February 2018, which included both human and animal research on the relationship of each vitamin with periodontal disease, was conducted. Among all the analyzed vitamins those with antioxidant capacity and effects on immune system seem to be useful for prevention or improvement of periodontal disease, as well as those implicated in bone metabolism. In the first case, there are quite information in favor of various vitamins, mainly vitamin C, that is the most studied. In the second case, vitamin D seems to have the most relevant role.

  17. Endodontic-periodontal microsurgery for combined endodontic-periodontal lesions: An overview.

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    Sharma, Ritu; Hegde, Vivek; Siddharth, M; Hegde, Rashmi; Manchanda, Gunsha; Agarwal, Pratul

    2014-11-01

    Endodontic and periodontal microsurgery has surpassed the success rates for traditional endodontic and periodontal surgical procedures. Excellent healing results are being attributed to both the techniques, when employed, for isolated endodontic or periodontal defects. Combined endodontic-periodontal lesions have been referred to as a true challenge, requiring not only endodontic microsurgical management but also concurrent bone grafting and membrane barriers techniques. The prevention of epithelial downgrowth and regeneration of periodontal cementum, fiber, and bone seals the fate of these cases. Achieving primary closure with submergence of grafts has a positive effect on GTR outcome. New techniques of periodontal microsurgery, such as minimally invasive papilla preserving flaps with passive internal mattress suturing, have managed to obtain 90% primary flap closure over grafted sites. Root surface treatment and conditioning has also shown to be beneficial for GTR. Endodontic microsurgery for the combined lesion has not integrated these advances yet. These advances, along with a recently suggested treatment strategy, are ushering in the level next in management of the combined lesions. This article offers an overview of the combined lesion, the disease, its classification, treatment strategy, regenerative tools, microsurgical recommendations, and outcome studies.

  18. Periodontal parameters following orthodontic treatment in patients with aggressive periodontitis: A before-after clinical study

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    Khorsand, Afshin; Paknejad, Mojgan; Yaghobee, Siamak; Ghahroudi, Amir Alireza Rasouli; Bashizadefakhar, Hourieh; Khatami, Masoomeh; Shirazi, Mohsen

    2013-01-01

    Background: The success of combined periodontal and orthodontic approach in the treatment of aggressive periodontitis patients with the pathologic extruded anterior teeth is a main concern and stability of the treatment results is an important factor to evaluate the treatment. The present study investigated the periodontal parameters at the end of the orthodontic treatment in patients with the aggressive periodontitis. Materials and Methods: Eight patients with an aggressive periodontal disease, extruded maxillary incisors, infrabony defects and probing depth of ≥5 mm were enrolled in this clinical trial (before, after). After periodontal therapy, orthodontic treatment was carried out for intrusion and alignment of teeth. Plaque index (PI), probing pocket depth (PPD), distance between incisal edge and interdental papilla, root length (RL), and defect dimensions (depth and width) were examined at the end of treatment and three as well as 6 months afterward. The data were subjected to repeated measure ANOVA test. P orthodontic approach would be a successful treatment with acceptable stability in the case of regular follow-up visits and controlled oral hygiene habits. PMID:24379862

  19. Assessment of Alveolar Bone Status in Middle Aged Chinese (40-59 Years) with Chronic Periodontitis--Using CBCT.

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    Zhao, Haijiao; Li, Chen; Lin, Li; Pan, Yaping; Wang, Hongyan; Zhao, Jian; Tan, Lisi; Pan, Chunling; Song, Jia; Zhang, Dongmei

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    This study used con-beam computed tomography (CBCT) to investigate the prevalence and severity of alveolar bone loss in middle-aged (40-59 years) Chinese with chronic periodontitis. The study group comprised 145 dentate individuals aged 40 to 59 years residing in China who suffered from chronic periodontitis. CBCT and the application of NNT software were used to examine the level and location of alveolar bone loss. The study revealed that 40-59 year old patients with chronic periodontitis had severe bone loss. At 5,286 sites (34.7%), alveolar bone loss was mild; severe alveolar bone loss was found at 5,978 sites (39.2%). A comparison of bone loss in different jaws revealed that the area with the highest degree of bone loss was on the lingual side of the maxillary molar (56.3 ± 7.2%), and that the area with the lowest degree was primarily on the lingual side of the mandibular canine (27.5 ± 6.3%). There was a lower degree of alveolar bone loss in males than females. Differences were observed when comparing the incidence of bone loss between males and females (P chronic periodontitis, the highest degrees of bone loss in the incisors, premolars, and molars were on the lingual side, mesial side and lingual side, respectively. Menopause in females and smoking may affect the level of bone loss.

  20. Efectividad e impacto económico de un programa de atención integrada con soporte de telemedicina a pacientes diabéticos tipo 2 tratados con insulina (estudio GITDIABE

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    Conclusiones: Los resultados obtenidos no difieren de otros estudios equiparables. El perfil es de un paciente anciano y pluripatológico que tiene todavía limitaciones tecnológicas. Para superar estas barreras se debería dedicar más tiempo a la formación y a la resolución de problemas tecnológicos.