Acta Scientific Dental Sciences (ASDS)(ISSN: 2581-4893)

Research Article Volume 5 Issue 2

Current Situation of Oral Diseases Among Police Officers and Soldiers of Nam Dinh Provincial Public Security Department in Viet Nam, in 2019-2020: Examination, Diagnosis and Intervention with Some Biomedical Techniques

Nguyen Huu Ban1*, Dao Anh Son2, Vu Manh Tuan2 and Nguyen Thi Thuy Hanh2

1PC11- Nam Dinh Provincial Public Security Department, Nam Dinh Province, VietNam
2Ha Noi Medical University, Ha Noi city, Vietnam

*Corresponding Author: Nguyen Huu Ban, PC11- Nam Dinh Provincial Public Security Department, Nam Dinh Province, Vietnam.

Received: January 11, 2021; Published: January 23, 2021

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Abstract

Objectives: Describe the current state of oral disease and evaluate results of examination, diagnosis and some interventions with biomedical techniques among police officers and soldiers of Nam Dinh provincial public security department in Viet Nam, in 2019-2020.

Subjects and Research Methods: Description of cross section and vertical track intervention was performed with 843 officers and soldiers of Nam Dinh provincial public security department. The purpose of 3 regions was selected and each region was randomly selected 2 units. In each unit was selected, all police officers and soldiers of each unit were sampled. Information was collected by questionnaires, through direct questioning and clinical examination. Some biomedical techniques such as techniques of imaging diagnostics, techniques of oral imaging, digital photography, application of information technology, artificial intelligence to support examination, diagnosis and some oral disease interventions. Results: Research results before intervention showed: The rate of 803 had oral diseases (95.2%), of which there were 766 dental caries (90.8%) and periodontal disease was 797 (94.5%). The study only showed that the intervention efficiency index for Oral diseases was 57.7%, the intervention efficiency index for tooth decay was 58.0%, the intervention efficiency index for periodontal diseases was 57.7%, the intervention efficiency index for gingivitis is 57.6%, the intervention efficiency index for periodontitis was 65.0%.

Conclusion: It is necessary to bring communication programs and instructions on oral hygiene, oral disease prevention measures supported by a number of biomedical techniques as well as periodic health checks for police officers and soldiers.

Keywords: Oral Disease; Biomedical Techniques; Police Officers and Soldiers

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Citation

Citation: Nguyen Huu Ban., et al. “Current Situation of Oral Diseases Among Police Officers and Soldiers of Nam Dinh Provincial Public Security Department in Viet Nam, in 2019-2020: Examination, Diagnosis and Intervention with Some Biomedical Techniques". Acta Scientific Dental Sciences 5.2 (2021): 92-98.




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