Health

Editor Papa Research October 17, 2020

In the sense of clinically presenting characteristics, gastric lactobezoars are observed in neonates and diagnosed with the aid of imaging modalities. Inspissed milk mixes with the mucous and contributes to ball formation such as semisolid mass. Preterm infants are typically present with abdominal swelling, with or without intestinal obstruction characteristics. In children of a higher […]

Editor Papa Research October 17, 2020

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the prevalence in hospitals of contact dermatitis and to identify risk factors. Among a representative group of 1,278 health professionals at the University Hospital, a cross-sectional analysis was carried out, matching professional rank and department. A questionnaire, a specialised analysis and patch tests were the basis of […]

Editor Papa Research October 17, 2020

Parasitic pathogens that are still causing severe human suffering in sub-Saharan Africa are Sleeping Sickness or Human African Trypanosomosis (HAT) and associated Animal African Trypanosomosis (AAT) diseases. In recent years, the monitoring of trypanosomosis has improved with the implementation of point-of – care lateral flow diagnostic assays (LFAs), leading to a substantial reduction in the […]

Editor Papa Research October 17, 2020

Application of orthodontic force causes an inflammatory event resulting in bone resorption and subsequent orthodontic tooth movement (OTM) in the periodontium. The release of inflammatory mediators such as E2 prostaglandins and Interleukin-1β serve as potent bone resorption stimulators. Strong force application results in discomfort and the same non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs) are recommended for relief. […]

Editor Papa Research October 17, 2020

The most prevalent chronic diseases in the world’s adult population are diabetes mellitus and chronic periodontitis. Diabetes mellitus is a clinically and genetically heterogeneous group of metabolic disorders in which blood glucose levels are abnormally large. Periodontitis[1], on the other hand, is an inflammatory teeth-supporting tissue disease caused by a particular microorganism or community of […]

Editor Papa Research October 17, 2020

Introduction: This case study explains the treatment with prognathic maxilla and retrognathic mandible of Class II skeletal malocclusion with strongly proclined maxillary incisors and lingually blocked right lateral mandibular incisors with complete distalization of the maxillary arch and the use of infrazygomatic crest bone screws devoid of premolar extraction. Treatment of patients with Class II […]

Editor Papa Research October 17, 2020

Objective: To examine at the Brazzaville University Medical Center the awareness, attitudes and behaviours of mothers about breastfeeding. Population and Methods: Analytical KAP research conducted from 1 February to 31 May 2019, covering only mothers who have begun breastfeeding for a minimum of 4 months and a maximum of 24 months in compliance with World […]

Editor Papa Research October 17, 2020

Context: Deliberate periodontium damage caused by either corticotomy, piezocision or microosteoperforation causes increased remodelling of the alveolar bone due to regional acceleratory phenomena leading to rapid movement of the tooth. Periodontal bone graft augmentation provides the periodontium with structural integrity, reducing tell-tale relapse incidence. The procedures advocated for the accelerated correction of the skeletal maxillary […]