在线客服: 点击这里给我发消息  新用户使用步骤:会员注册→充值→重新登入→进入资源
标题:Differences in salivary flow rates in elderly subjects using xerostomatic medications
时间:2019-12-03 18:55:53
DOI:10.1016/0030-4220(91)90187-H
作者:Rigmor E. Persson; Kenneth T. Izutsu; Edmond L. Truelove
关键词:DENTAL IMPLANTATION;DENTAL IMPLANTS;HYDROXYAPATITE;OSSEOINTEGRATION
出版源: 《Oral Surgery Oral Medicine Oral Pathology》 ,72 (1) :42-46
摘要:Stimulated whole salivary flow rate (SWSFR) was measured in a group of elderly subjects who were examined for the use of zerostomia-inducing medications. SWSFR was significantly reduced in elderly subjects using one of these medications when compared with control subjects (0.94 vs 1.52 ml/min). Increasing use of up to four different xerostomia-inducing medications did not result in additional significant reduction of stimulated salivary flow rate. Psychotropic and diuretic agents were the most commonly used xerostomatic medications, and these were almost equally potent in reducing mean flow rate (0.79 vs 0.84 ml/min). The use of potentially xerostomatic medications did not affect decayed, missing, or filled surface scores or unstimulated whole saliva pH values. A weak, statistically significant, positive correlation (r = 0.39, p < 0.01) was found between subject age and salivary flow rate in this population of elderly subjects, and this sugests that SWSRF is influenced more by factors such as medication than by aging.
大小:613 kb
下载: 点击下载
预览:

浏览器不支持嵌入PDF阅读,打开新页面在线阅读

本页内容由网络收集而来,版权归原创者所有,如有侵权请及时联系