Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Penza Regional Children's Clinical Hospital n.a. N.F.Filatov

Comparative analysis of psychophysiological characteristics of clinically healthy persons with an average teeth resistance to caries harmonious and anxious personality types

Year: 2011, volume 7 Issue: №2 Pages: 385-387
Heading: Physiology and Pathophysiology Article type: Short message
Authors: Khalturina V.G., Kirichuck V.F., Kodochigova A.I., El-bubu М.М. M. A., Kucherov M.G.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University, Penza Regional Children's Clinical Hospital n.a. N.F.Filatov
Summary:

When analyzing the results of psychophysiological study of healthy individuals aged 18 to 30 years with an average teeth resistance to caries of harmonious and anxious personality types, it was revealed that the number of representatives of anxious type were more than of harmonic type; and high neuroticism, anxiety and conflicting intrapersonal tendencies which are the risk factors for dental caries origin and progression, were observed in their personal radical. In this regard, the plan of preventive arrangements for carious process progression in clinically healthy persons of anxious psycho-type seems to be the rational measure

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Psychophysiological types of clinically healthy individuals with different levels of teeth resistance to caries

Year: 2010, volume 6 Issue: №2 Pages: 271-273
Heading: Physiology and Pathophysiology Article type: Original article
Authors: V.G. Khalturina, V.F. Kirichuck, A.I. Kodochigova, E.S Olenko, O.V. Medvedeva, M.G. Kucherov, M.M.M. El-bubu, I.D. Pavlishcheva
Organization: Saratov State Medical University, Saratov City Hospital №9, Penza Regional Children's Clinical Hospital n.a. N.F.Filatov
Summary:

The work is a result of the psychophysiological tests with the help of cutting examination and psychogeometrical tests for 76 healthy individuals ages 20,18±1,25 years, having different caries resistance. It is known that group of people with poor caries resistance has a conflict type of personality. There is a positive tendency to growth of anxiety level and reducing caries resistance. The article concludes that the prophylaxis of caries and its complications must contain methods of psychophysiological correction

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Clinical, psychophysiological and psychological aspects of risk factors of periodontal disease development in clinically healthy persons

Year: 2009, volume 5 Issue: №4 Pages: 516-520
Heading: Physiology and Pathophysiology Article type: Original article
Authors: O.V. Medvedeva, V.F. Kirichuk, A.I. Kodochigova, M.G. Kucherov, I.N. Nikulina
Organization: St. Petersburg State University, Saratov State Medical University, Penza Regional Children's Clinical Hospital n.a. N.F.Filatov
Summary:

The research goal is to determine risk factors of periodontal disease development, psychophysiological personal types and their interrelations in clinically healthy persons. 47 first-year cadets of St.-Petersburg Military School of radio electronics have been examined. This group of respondents has been chosen by presence of such social stressor as change of place of living (97,9% cadets have arrived in St.-Petersburg from other cities and republics of the Russian Federation) and strict disciplinary conditions. The research has revealed a low level of oral hygiene, cases of mild gingivitis in most respondents. The general mental state of group under study is characterized by raised level of personal anxiety and low indices of reactive anxiety. The examined group has demonstrated anxiety, tension, indecision and lowered stress stability. Clinically healthy persons are more liable to develop inflammatory and inflammatory-destructive periodontal diseases. It was possible to determine psychophysiological features correlated with physiological parameters of risk degree of periodontal diseases. It may have a great significance in defining of periodontal disease etiology and pathogenesis

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