Volume 4, Issue 2, June 2018, Page: 54-57
Dependence of Premature Births from Periodontal Status of Pregnant Women
Sonila Robo, Department of Gynecology Obstetrics, Qendra Spitalore Fier, Fier, Albania
Ilma Robo, Department of Periodontology, Albanian University, Tirana, Albania
Eduart Kapaj, Department of Gynecology Obstetrics, Qendra Spitalore Fier, Fier, Albania
Saimir Heta, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Qendra Spitalore Universitare, Tirana, Albania
Received: Mar. 10, 2018;       Accepted: Mar. 28, 2018;       Published: May 9, 2018
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijbecs.20180402.14      View  736      Downloads  43
Abstract
Background: Early birth is 37 weeks or less, pregnancy maturity! Clinically active presence, or positive culture of vaginal secretions, means excessive production of cytokines and prostaglandins also encountered in amniotic fluid. Bacterial vaginosis appears with their clinical outbreak in a combination of bacteria. Some of these bacteria are basic members in the creation of bacterial plaque. Objective: The purpose of this study is to find the link between the presence of specific bacteria in the mouth, bacterial vaginosis as one of the causes of premature birth, and the latter. Methods: The study was applied to 30 pregnant women in the burden pathology ward at Fier maternity, divided into two groups. The first group consisting of 20 women in the 2-month period, August-September 2011. The number of women in the ward was 10 days maximum! All women were treated with cortisone and serum IV, magnesium sulphate, antibiotic prophylaxis! Results: 55% of women were under the age of 25 and 45% of women were over the age of 25. The age effect is mentioned for classifying the diseases that causes Actinomyces. Under the age of 25, a teenager and a 25-year-old are chronically ill. The final index was G2! All females were positive for the presence of salicylic acid in saliva and vaginal secretions. Conclusions: Premature birth is a complex process with some gynecological reasons, but in high percentage of cases there is coverage with the presence of infection by Actinomyces Actinomycetemcomitans in the oral cavity, which depending on the age causes two different types of periodontitis with special characteristics.
Keywords
Early Birth, Periodontal Status, Bacterial Vaginosis
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Sonila Robo, Ilma Robo, Eduart Kapaj, Saimir Heta, Dependence of Premature Births from Periodontal Status of Pregnant Women, International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Clinical Science. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2018, pp. 54-57. doi: 10.11648/j.ijbecs.20180402.14
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