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Assessment Of Perceived Stress Levels Among Students In Dental Colleges - A Cross-Sectional Study From South India, Keziah Abraham, Dr.Sudeep C B 2024 Sree Anjaneya Institue of Dental Sciences

Assessment Of Perceived Stress Levels Among Students In Dental Colleges - A Cross-Sectional Study From South India, Keziah Abraham, Dr.Sudeep C B

Annual Research Symposium

According to a report of the Global Congress in Dental Education (2008), “Dental Education is regarded as a complex, demanding and often stressful pedagogical exposure. It involves acquisition of required academic, clinical and interpersonal skills during the course of learning.” Practicing dentistry requires clinical and patient management skills, characteristics that also add to the stress perceived by the students. The aim of this study is to assess the factors affecting stress among students in dental colleges.


Chromatin Pattern Quantification For The Differentiation Of White Blood Cells, Paul Young, Ryan Cordner, Abigail Gordhamer 2024 Brigham Young University - Provo

Chromatin Pattern Quantification For The Differentiation Of White Blood Cells, Paul Young, Ryan Cordner, Abigail Gordhamer

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Nuclear chromatin patterns have been used historically to distinguish between different developmental stages and lineages of white blood cells. While it is common to characterize cells based on arbitrary ‘open’ or ‘closed’ chromatin patterns, quantification of chromatin data is lacking. By extracting nuclei from a database of white blood cells and running fractal analyses using TWOMBLI, we were able to produce meaningful data quantifying chromatin patterns. Our data were put through a random forest algorithm which grouped each point based on relationship probability. The algorithm compared immature and mature cell types as well as cells of similar maturity and differing …


Educational Intervention For Delirium Assessment In Intensive Care Units Using The Confusion Assessment Method, Nathan Nguyen, Kaylee Putney, Alana Whittaker 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Educational Intervention For Delirium Assessment In Intensive Care Units Using The Confusion Assessment Method, Nathan Nguyen, Kaylee Putney, Alana Whittaker

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Delirium frequently occurs in severely ill adults, leading to worse outcomes and increased duration of intensive care unit (ICU) and hospital stays, along with higher associated expenses. The 2018 clinical practice guidelines for Pain, Agitation, Delirium, Immobility, and Sleep Disruption (PADIS) recommend that all adult ICU patients be regularly assessed for delirium. At Valley Hospital Medical Center, the utilization of Confusion Assessment Method for the ICU (CAM-ICU) for monitoring delirium is infrequent, typically taking place either after the adjustment of sedatives or in response to nursing reports of positive neurologic assessments indicating signs of delirium.


Ergonomics And Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Dental Students And Practitioners, ARDRA Nair S Intern, Sudeep C. B Professor and Head of the department public health dentistry 2024 Sree anjaneya institute of dental sciences

Ergonomics And Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Dental Students And Practitioners, Ardra Nair S Intern, Sudeep C. B Professor And Head Of The Department Public Health Dentistry

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study to determine the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders among dental students and dental practitioners in Calicut district.


Pharmacognosy And Trichomoniasis: A Scoping Review Protocol, Claire Hartwell, Melanie Arslanian, Brad Haubrich 2024 Touro University Nevada

Pharmacognosy And Trichomoniasis: A Scoping Review Protocol, Claire Hartwell, Melanie Arslanian, Brad Haubrich

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Trichomoniasis, also called “trich”, is the most common non-viral sexually transmitted infection (STI). Its etiological agent is the protozoan parasite Trichomonas vaginalis, against which first-line antiparasitics usually work. However, resistance is on the rise. Trich has traditionally been considered a nuisance infection, with many (particularly AMAB patients) being asymptomatic. But research in recent years has begun to unravel correlations of trichomonal infections with a myriad of comorbitidies, including infertility, cancers, the pathogenesis of AIDS, and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Between the rise of drug resistance and the incidence of these comorbidities, new treatments are needed. In this work, we are …


Behind The Spine: Investigating The Role Of Cervical Posture And Range Of Motion On Mental Health, Layla Risdon, Luis Alvarez, Cassidy Byers, Davis Byers, Louis Michelon, Tallon Muhlestein, Natalie Tate, Garret Vincent, Christina Small, David Sant, Kurt Alexander, Kyle Bills 2024 Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine

Behind The Spine: Investigating The Role Of Cervical Posture And Range Of Motion On Mental Health, Layla Risdon, Luis Alvarez, Cassidy Byers, Davis Byers, Louis Michelon, Tallon Muhlestein, Natalie Tate, Garret Vincent, Christina Small, David Sant, Kurt Alexander, Kyle Bills

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This research explores the correlation between abnormal forward head posture, cervical range of motion, and psychiatric disorders. Specifically, the study examines the relationships between the loss of cervical lordosis and anxiety, depression, and ADHD. Previous studies have demonstrated the beneficial effect of manipulative therapy on forward head posture and provided a link between postural alignment and cognitive function. This investigation aims to build on existing literature and enhance understanding of how loss of cervical lordosis impacts cervical and overall range of motion as well as its potential association with psychiatric conditions.


Porcelain Fused To Zirconia Wing Bridge: A Clinical Trial, Gerald Greenan 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Porcelain Fused To Zirconia Wing Bridge: A Clinical Trial, Gerald Greenan

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This study evaluated the durability and retention of nine porcelain fused to zirconia wing bridges with the addition of counter sunk holes in the wings. Prior to this clinical trial, preliminary in-vitro testing of bridges with porcelain fused zirconia was performed. The nine bridges were then fabricated for the replacement of missing anterior teeth.


Long Non-Coding Rna As A Potential Diagnostic Tool In Coronary Artery Diseases - A Systematic Review, ARTHI SRI A.S, VISHNU PRIYA VEERARAGHAVAN 2024 SAVEETHA DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL

Long Non-Coding Rna As A Potential Diagnostic Tool In Coronary Artery Diseases - A Systematic Review, Arthi Sri A.S, Vishnu Priya Veeraraghavan

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POSTER - SYSTEMATIC REVIEW - LONG NON CODING RNAS AS DIAGNOSTIC MARKER FOR CAD


Correlation Between Salivary Levels And Tissue Expression Status Of Her2 In Breast Cancer Patients - A Cross-Sectional Study, ARTHI SRI A.S, Massillamani F, Vinothkumar Thilla Sekar 2024 RAGAS DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL

Correlation Between Salivary Levels And Tissue Expression Status Of Her2 In Breast Cancer Patients - A Cross-Sectional Study, Arthi Sri A.S, Massillamani F, Vinothkumar Thilla Sekar

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The study aims to investigate if soluble salivary human epidermal growth factor receptor-2 (HER2) would play a role in the diagnosis of breast cancer patients and also to find out the influence of demographic and hormonal factors on the salivary HER2 levels in breast cancer.


Fit Evaluation Of Soft Milled Zirconia And Cocr By Microcomputed Tomography, Elie Daou 2024 Saint Joseph University, Lebanon

Fit Evaluation Of Soft Milled Zirconia And Cocr By Microcomputed Tomography, Elie Daou

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Statement of problem. The absolute marginal fit of CAD-CAM presintered fixed partial dentures has been poorly documented. Purpose. The purpose of this in vitro study was to evaluate the marginal fit of presintered cobalt-chromium (Co-Cr) and zirconia 3-unit fixed partial dentures by using X-ray microcomputed tomography (mCT).

Material and methods. A metal model was prepared from a typodont to receive fixed partial dentures (N=12). The maxillary first premolar and first molar were prepared with a circumferential 1.2-mm chamfer and 2-mm occlusal reduction. The dies were scanned and assigned to 1 of 2 groups to receive the prostheses made of presintered …


Smile Miles Away: Navigating The Future Of Teledentistry, Farhad Jafeen J, Prem Blaisie Rajula, PL Ravishankar, Shivani Senthilkumar 2024 SRM Institute of Science and Technology

Smile Miles Away: Navigating The Future Of Teledentistry, Farhad Jafeen J, Prem Blaisie Rajula, Pl Ravishankar, Shivani Senthilkumar

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Teledentistry is a combination of telecommunications and dentistry involving the exchange of clinical information and images over remote distances for dental consultation and treatment planning. Teledentists are capable of improving access to oral healthcare, increasing the provision of oral health care and reducing its costs. The disparities in oral health care between rural and urban areas could also be eliminated. This article analyses the origin, rationale, scope, basis and requirements of teledentistry in conjunction with current evidence available in the literature. Ethical and legal issues relating to teledentistry, as well as the future of this alternative and innovative way of …


Double-Blinded Randomized Control Trial Investigating The Efficacy Of Probiotic Mouth Rinse In Enhancing Oral Health, Sudeep C B Prof. Dr., Sunil P M Prof. Dr. 2024 Sree Anjaneye Institute of Dental Sciences

Double-Blinded Randomized Control Trial Investigating The Efficacy Of Probiotic Mouth Rinse In Enhancing Oral Health, Sudeep C B Prof. Dr., Sunil P M Prof. Dr.

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The efficacy of probiotic mouth rinse in enhancing oral health was investigated through a double-blinded randomized controlled trial involving 45 children aged 12 to 15 over a two-week period. Comparing probiotic mouth rinse, chlorhexidine mouth rinse, and a control group, plaque and gingival accumulation were assessed using established indices. Results indicated both probiotic and chlorhexidine groups exhibited reduced plaque compared to the control, with the probiotic group showing superior reduction in gingival inflammation. These findings suggest the potential of probiotic mouth rinse in improving oral hygiene and overall oral health.


Comparative Efficacy Of Forsus Frd And Twin Block Appliance In Class Ii Malocclusion Correction, PRIYANKA UDESHI 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Comparative Efficacy Of Forsus Frd And Twin Block Appliance In Class Ii Malocclusion Correction, Priyanka Udeshi

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The Forsus Fatigue Resistant Device (FRD) and Twin Block appliances are used to correct Class IImalocclusions. Both appliances work primarily through mandibular repositioning. Despite theirwidespread use, uncertainties remain about their specific mechanisms of correction andcomparative effectiveness. Our study aimed to evaluate and compare the dentoalveolar, skeletal,and soft tissue changes between the Forsus FRD and Twin Block appliance in the treatment of ClassII malocclusions.


Evaluating Pi Angle Efficacy Against Established Cephalometric Angular Parameters, Sumit Bohra 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Evaluating Pi Angle Efficacy Against Established Cephalometric Angular Parameters, Sumit Bohra

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Cephalometrics is a cornerstone of orthodontic diagnosis. Numerous angularmeasurements are used to assess the anteroposterior jaw relation include the ANB angle, Betaangle, Yen angle, and W angle. However, these have limitations, leading to the development of thePi angle. Our study aimed to evaluate the predictability of the Pi angle in a South Indian populationand compare it with other established antero-posterior dysplasia indicators such as the ANB angle,W angle, Yen angle, and Beta angle. This comparison is crucial for determining the most accuratemethod for assessing sagittal skeletal discrepancies.


Efficacy Of Concentrated Growth Factor Membrane Versus Collagen Membrane In Treating Gingival Recession, Shazneen Kandawalla 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Efficacy Of Concentrated Growth Factor Membrane Versus Collagen Membrane In Treating Gingival Recession, Shazneen Kandawalla

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Creating a beautiful smile has always been a cornerstone of dental practice. Gingival recession, characterized by a downward shift of the gum line, causing uneven gum margins and an unattractive appearance.

The Vestibular Incision Subperiosteal Tunnel Access (VISTA) technique, introduced by Zadeh in 2011, offers an innovative solution for root coverage. Concentrated Growth Factor Membrane (CGF) further enhances dental repair.


Spatial Analysis Of Maxillary Central Incisors In Relation To The Nasopalatine Canal And Surrounding Alveolar Bone, Harnoor Dhillon 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Spatial Analysis Of Maxillary Central Incisors In Relation To The Nasopalatine Canal And Surrounding Alveolar Bone, Harnoor Dhillon

Annual Research Symposium

The use of mini-implants in orthodontics has enabled greater retraction of incisors than previously achievable. This change underscores the need to understand how incisors relate to the alveolar bone and nasopalatine canal. The varying labiolingual inclination of incisors during orthodontic treatments may influence these anatomical relationships. Our study aimed to assess the spatial relationship between maxillary central incisors and the surrounding alveolar bone and nasopalatine canal.


Implementation Of Best Practice When Collecting Blood Cultures In The Emergency Department (Ed), Parker Grossman 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Implementation Of Best Practice When Collecting Blood Cultures In The Emergency Department (Ed), Parker Grossman

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The purpose of this study is to compare blood culture contamination rates in the ED before and after educational in-services on best practice.


Pinhole Surgical Technique - A Minimally Invasive Approach For The Management Of Gingival Recession Using I-Prf: A Case Series, Pavithra G 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Pinhole Surgical Technique - A Minimally Invasive Approach For The Management Of Gingival Recession Using I-Prf: A Case Series, Pavithra G

Annual Research Symposium

To evaluate the effectiveness of i-PRF using pinhole technique in the management of gingival recession.


Impact Of Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment On Salivary Hif-1Α In Gingivitis & Periodontitis Patients, Srijanani S 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Impact Of Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment On Salivary Hif-1Α In Gingivitis & Periodontitis Patients, Srijanani S

Annual Research Symposium

To estimate and compare the level of salivary HIF-1α in periodontally & systemically healthy volunteers, generalized chronic gingivitis & periodontitis patients before and after non-surgical periodontal treatment.


Detection And Relative Quantitation Of Changes In Gene Expression Of Hippo Proteins In Doxorubicin-Exposed Human Cells By Rt-Qpcr, Lillian Fleisher, Tricia Domingo, Christopher So, Stephen Lee 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Detection And Relative Quantitation Of Changes In Gene Expression Of Hippo Proteins In Doxorubicin-Exposed Human Cells By Rt-Qpcr, Lillian Fleisher, Tricia Domingo, Christopher So, Stephen Lee

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The HIPPO signaling pathway plays a key role in cell proliferation and tumor suppression. It consists of serine/threonine kinase cascades, including MST1/2, LATS1/2, YAP, and TAZ. When the HIPPO pathway is activated, gene expression is altered. Dysfunction of the activity of this cascade may contribute to cancer development and chemoresistance. FAT4 is an intracellular protein that may regulate the HIPPO signaling. The purpose of this study is to determine the relative changes of mRNA of the HIPPO pathway members and FAT4 in doxorubicin-treated and vehicle-treated in vitro cell lines.


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