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Influences of stress and fatigue on periodontal health indicators in patients with periodontal disease
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Influences of stress and fatigue on periodontal health indicators in patients with periodontal disease
Jo, Ji-Young; Jeong, Ji-Hye; Lee, So-Young; Kwun, Hyeon-Sook; Park, Kyeong-Lok; Urm, Sang-Hwa; Yu, Byeng-Chul;
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 Abstract
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to investigate the influential factors of stress and fatigue on peridontal indicators in patients with periodontal disease. Methods: A self-administrated questionnaire study was conducted during November 2012 to January 2013 with 140 periodontal patients. The Fatigue and Stress were evaluated with Multidimensional Fatigue Scale(MFS) and Psychosocial Well-bing Index(PWI). Periodontal health indicators were consisted with gingival index and pocket depth. Data were analyzed by descriptive analysis, t-test, ANOVA, and multiple regression analysis. Results: Overall stress and fatigue level of subjects were and . Gingival index and periodontal pocket depth as periodontal health indicators were and . The influential factors of gingival index and periodontal pocket depth were social function(subcategory of pwi) and depression(subcategory of pwi), respectively. Conclusions: Some subcategories of PWI were related with periodontal health indicators. So, consideration of stress related with depression and social function are needed to manage and prevent periodontal disease.
 Keywords
gingival index;Multidimensional Fatigue Scale(MFS);periodontal disease;periodontal pocket depth;Psychosocial Well-being Index(PWI);stress;
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Korean
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