일부 대도시지역 당뇨어린이의 구강건강행동과 부모의 사회경제적 특성

Title
일부 대도시지역 당뇨어린이의 구강건강행동과 부모의 사회경제적 특성
Other Titles
Oral health behaviors and socioeconomic status in Korean children with type 1 diabetes mellitus
Author(s)
이희경진혜정[진혜정]최연희[최연희]오애영[오애영]고철우[고철우]김흥식[김흥식]송근배[송근배]
Keywords
구강건강행동; 당뇨어린이; 사회경제적 특성; oral health behavior; socioeconomic status; type 1 diabetes mellitus
Issue Date
201006
Publisher
대한예방치과·구강보건학회
Citation
대한구강보건학회지, v.34, no.2, pp.230 - 237
Abstract
Objectives : The incidence of type 1 diabetes mellitus is increasing in children and adolescents in Korean. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the relationship between oral health behaviors and socioeconomic components in Korea children with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Methods: As a part of a dental and periodontal examination, 41 subjects with type 1 diabetes and 49 age and gender-matched non-diabetic subjects from the same residential area were studied cross-sectionally using a questionnaire regarding their oral health behaviors and socioeconomic status. Statistical analysis was performed with the SPSS 17.0 program. Results: Overall, oral health behaviors and family socioeconomic status in diabetic youth were similar to those of the non-diabetic control subjects. However, diabetic youth were more likely to have a lower gingival index, a higher bleeding point proportion, eat snacks more frequently, and a lower plaque index than the control group. Conclusions: This study may be the first report on the impact of type 1 diabetes mellitus on oral health behavior and socioeconomic status in Korea. Socioeconomic status could influence their children`s gingival health directly and/or indirectly through its effect on children`s oral health behaviour.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/22260
ISSN
1225-388X
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