Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research


Historical stages of development of dental education in Saratov region

Year: 2016, volume 12 Issue: №2 Pages: 213-215
Heading: Scientific schools and memorable dates Article type: Short message
Authors: Krechetov S.A., Konnov V.V., Pospelov A.N., Bizyaev A.A., Pospelova A.A.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University

The article discusses changes in the organization of dental care and dental education in various time stages of the formation of dental education in the Saratov province since the late 19th century to the present time.

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The analysis of security with dentists in contemporary Russia

Year: 2014, volume 10 Issue: №4 Pages: 729-732
Heading: Health Service Organization Article type: Original article
Authors: Trifonova N.Y., Aleynikov A.S., Karimova D.Y., Lugovoy V.E., Shchukin A.l., Livshits S.A., Zlobin A.N.
Organization: Deputy chief physician of Center of Biotic Stomatology, State Scientific Research Center n.a. A.I. Burnasyan — Federal Medical Biophysical Center of Federal Medical Biological Agency

Aim: to carry out the analysis of security with dentists in the country in new conditions of reforming. Materials and methods. In work the complex of methods of collecting and the analysis of materials of research is used: bibliographic, analytical, documentary (fragment of data from medical documentation), epidemiological, mathematical and statistical, current supervision. Results. The used integrated approach to tasks allowed to assess a situation on security with the orthopedic stomatologic help and its demand in a section of subjects of the country. The carried-out analysis showed that in general across Russia and in a number of its districts, coverage by routine inspections of the population has the resistant tendency to decrease which is especially expressed in the Volga Federal District (-15,8%). It led to reduction of number of the patients needing sanitation and received sanitation (it is maximum — in Ural federal district (-16,9%). According to official statistics the smallest number of the patients who received the orthopedic stomatologic help — inhabitants of North Caucasus federal district, maximum — Central Federal District. Conclusion. Thus, the analysis of a condition of stomatologic help in the country from 2006 to 2012 let us establish the highest attendance of experts in Volga (108,2% in 2006, 101,3% in 2012) and Central (100,3%-2006, 102,1 %-2012) federal districts, growth of attendance in North Caucasian (for 66,2%) and Far East (for 22%) federal districts. Coverage by routine inspections of the population by stomatologists had the resistant tendency to decrease which is especially expressed in the Volga Federal District (-15%). Decrease in possibility of identification of the patients needing in sanitation and number of the patients who received it was most expressed in Ural federal district: — 16,9%.

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Occupational risk of HIV infection among dental surgeons in Nigerian

Year: 2010, volume 6 Issue: №2 Pages: 357-360
Heading: Infectious Diseases Article type: Original article
Authors: C.C. Azodo
Organization: Nigeria, University of Benin Teaching Hospital

Background: Prevention of accidents and management of exposures in the work environment is an important oc¬cupation health issue. This study objective was to investigate the occupational risk of HIV among Nigerian dental sur¬geons. Methods: This descriptive cross sectional survey of 300 dental surgeons practicing in private and government owned dental centers in Nigeria was conducted from June 2006 to January 2007. Results: Percutaneous injury was recorded among 69.3% of respondents and only 1.2% had Post exposure prophylaxis. Those with abraded skin that will treat patient without additional barrier were 8.6%. Percutaneous injury was positively related to gender, position, additional qualifications (p<0.05). Conclusion: Percutaneous injury is significantly high and low preventive measure at such exposure. Policies, practices, and trainings geared towards protecting and reducing the prevalence of percu¬taneous injury among dental surgeons, and improving post exposure prophylaxis uptake in the event of exposure is a necessity

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