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https://doi.org/10.5671/ca.46.2.6

Correlations of Lactobacillus in Saliva and OHI, PI, GI and PBI Indices in Pregnant Women

Edon Behluli ; University of Prishtina, Medical Faculty, Dentistry School, Department of Periodonthology and Oral Medicine, Prishtina, Kosovo
Blerim Kamberi ; University of Prishtina, Medical faculty, Dentistry School, Depatement of Dental Pathology and Endodontics, Prishtina, Kosovo
Donika Dragidella ; University of Prishtina, Medical Faculty, Dentistry School, Department of Periodonthology and Oral Medicine, Prishtina, Kosovo
Anila Kamberi orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-4415-6384 ; Alma Mater Europaea Campus College “Rezonanca”, Prishtina, Kosovo
Mirsada Behluli ; University Clinic Center of Kosovo, Clinic of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Prishtina, Kosovo
Gazmend Temaj ; College UBT, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, Prishtina, Kosovo


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str. 121-128

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Pregnancy is a completely new physiological condition that stimulates important protective forces of the future mother. The changes that occur in the body of the pregnant woman are hormonal, biochemical, anatomical, and histological which are manifested in the functions of all organs. This study included 66 pregnant women in their first pregnancy living in Pristina or coming from nearby places in Kosovo. It aimed at dermining the Oral Hygiene Index (OHI), Plaque Index (PI), Gingival index (GI) and Index of interdental gingival bleeding (PBI) in pregnant women in the first and third trimester of pregnancy. The amount of Lactobacillus in saliva was determined by the diagnostic test of CRT-bacteria. The results show that OHI value in the third trimester of pregnancy for (p = 0.000) was significantly higher than the value in the first trimester; IDP value in the third trimester of pregnancy for (p=0.000) was significantly higher than the first trimester value; GI value in the third trimester of pregnancy was significantly higher than in the first trimester p<0.01(p=0.006); PBI value in the third trimester of pregnancy was significantly higher than in the first trimester (p=0.000). A weak positive correlation was obtained between the OHI index and Lactobacillus in pregnant women in the first and third trimesters (p> 0.05). The correlation between IDP and the value Lactobacillus in pregnant women in the first and third trimesters showed a weak positive value (p> 0.05). The correlation between GI and the value of Lactobacillus in pregnant women in the first and third trimester showed a weak negative insignificant correlation for Spearman Rank Order R = –0.05 and p> 0.05. The results obtained from this study pointed at small differences in the examined parameters which are very important for early detection and timely prevention.

Ključne riječi

saliva, pregnancy, Lactobacillus, OHI, PI, GI, PBI index

Hrčak ID:

280910

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/280910

Datum izdavanja:

30.6.2022.

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