Diagnostic Value Of Salivator Cytokines In Dental Diseases In Children With Diabetes Mellitus Type 1
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1518-1523
AbstractDiabetes mellitus has the most significant effect on the state of the oral cavity. Therefore, pediatric dentists should be aware of the characteristics of the course of oral diseases in children with diabetes [Nirmala SVSG, Saikrishna D, 2016, Babu SR, Eisenbarth GS., 2012]. Diabetes mellitus is a multifactorial disease characterized by a chronic rise in blood glucose levels or hyperglycemia and is caused by impaired insulin secretion and / or insulin dysfunction. Diabetes is also called a silent epidemic and a majora public health problem and accounts for 9% of all deaths worldwide [Nazir MA, Al Ghamdi L, Al Kadi M, Al Beajan N, Al Rashoudi L, Al Hussan M., 2018]. The accumulated scientific knowledge on the study of the biochemical and immunological composition of saliva in various chronic pathologies, including diseases of the gastrointestinal tract , stress, have shown the ability of the secretion of the oral cavity to reflect the processes occurring in the patient's body, and serve as an adequate substrate for monitoring homeostasis [Komarova L.G., Alekseeva O.P., 2016]. According to the Action Strategy for five priority areas of development of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2017-2021, important tasks have been identified in order to ensure a full life for vulnerable segments of the population to improve the system of social protection of the population and health care, including, "increasing the availability and quality of medical and socio-medical services the population, the formation of a healthy lifestyle of the population.
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