Home

Epidemiology and etiology of parodontal inflammatory diseases at railway workers

Written by Knyazeva E.B., Turkutyukov V.B.

  UDK: 616.314.17-036.2 – 057:656.2 | Pages: 29–31 | Full text PDF | Open PDF 

Annotation:

Background. In the Russian Federation the inflammatory diseases of parodont are an actual problem representing not only medical but also a social problem.
Methods. For epidemiological researches of parodontal inflammatory diseases the accounting and registration forms of stomatologic clinics were used. 943 railway workers were surveyed. The identification of the allocated cultures was done by the automatic analyzer ATB Expression (BioMerieux, France).
Results. Among the patients with gingivitis women were predominant and among the patients with paradontitits and parodontosis, as well as in general – men dominated. Most often the infectious pathology of the parodont was diagnosed at the age of 41–50 years. Gingivitis was more often registered at the age of 20–30 years, and not found in men of 31–40 and 41–50 years, and paradontitits and parodontosis were diagnosed almost with identical frequency. Essential differences in frequency of etiologically significant pathogens among the patients of different age and gender were not revealed.
Conclusions. Calling for the stomatologic help at later stages of infectious process in parodont leads to such diseases as paradontitits and parodontosis that are typical for aged people with no dependence on gender being the general problem of out-patient service in stomatology.

Links to authors:

E.B. Knyazeva, V.B. Turkutyukov
Pacific State Medical University (2 Ostryakova Ave. Vladivostok 690950 Russian Federation)


1. Antonov A.N. Social, demographic, and motivation aspects of dentistry service satisfaction in existing conditions: author’s abstract, PhD. М., 2008. P. 22.
2. Bachurinskaya I.E., Tsimbalistov A.V., Shtorina G.B. Condition of hard tissue of teeth and periodont in dental patients with symptoms of halitosis // Pacific Medical Journal. 2013. No. 1. P. 54–55.
3. Voloshina A.A. Microbial factor value in evolution and progress of the inflammatory periodont disease // Young Sicentist. 2011. No. 1. P. 248–251.
4. Grigoryan A.S., Rakhmetova S.Yu., Zyryanova N.V. Microorganisms in periodont diseases: ecology, pathogenesis, diagnostics. М.: GEOTAR-Media, 2007. P. 212.
5. Zhizhina N.A., Prokhonchukov A.A. Pathogenic risk factors value in diagnostics and treatment of dental diseases // Dentistry-2006: Materials of VIII Annual Scientific Forum. М.: MSMSU, 2006. P. 22–25.
6. Zakharov A.A., Ilna N.A. The analysis of microbial flora of the oral cavity of examined patients with different diseases // The Success of Modern Science. 2007. No. 12. P. 141–143.
7. Kuzmina E.M. Dental morbidity of Russian population. М.: Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, 2009. P. 225.
8. Leontiev V.K. Ecological, medical, and social aspects of main dental diseases // Biosphere. 2010. No. 1. P. 230–236.
9. Sokhov S.T., Ayrapetyan S.M. Dental diseases distribution in population // Approaches to the assessment of preventable health losses in dentistry / edited by S.T. Sokhova. Stavropol, 2009. P. 107–147.
10. Khubetsova N.O., Pashayan S.G., Toboev V.G. Long-term seasonal rhythms of dental diseases // Materials of III International Conference. Stavropol, 2001. Part 4. P. 24–26.
11. Yanushevich O.O., Sokhov S.T., Sabgayda T.P. [et al.] Dentistry in Russia, figures and facts: text edition. М.: ANMI. 2010. P. 208.
12. Haffajee A.D., Bogren A., Hasturk H. [et al.] Subgingival microbiota of chronic periodontitis subjects from different geographic locations // J. Clin. Periodontol. 2004. Vol. 31. P. 996–1002.
13. Nunn M.E. Understanding the etiology of periodontitis: an overview of periodontal risk factors // Periodontology 2000. 2003. Vol. 32. P. 11–23.
14. The World Oral Health Report. WHO. Geneva. 2003. 46 p.

PUBLISHER: "MEDITSYNA DV"

Founded in 1997  |  Editions in a year: 4, Articles in one issue: 30 |  ISSN of print version: 1609-1175  |  Ind.: 18410 (Agency "Rospechat’")  |  Edition: 1000 c.