소아ㆍ청소년의 대사증후군과 치은건강의 관련성

Title
소아ㆍ청소년의 대사증후군과 치은건강의 관련성
Other Titles
Relationship between metabolic syndrome and gingival health among Korean adolescents
Author(s)
이희경진혜정[진혜정]최연희[최연희]이상규[이상규]권호장[권호장]김형규[김형규]송근배[송근배]
Keywords
adolescents; gingivitis; metabolic syndrome; adolescents; gingivitis; metabolic syndrome; 대사증후군; 소아; 청소년; 치은염
Issue Date
201012
Publisher
대한예방치과·구강보건학회
Citation
대한구강보건학회지, v.34, no.4, pp.628 - 635
Abstract
Objectives.Metabolic syndrome (MS) is becoming a common disorder worldwide. Preventing metabolic syndrome is important because the presence of multiple MS components increases the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. In this cross-sectional study, we aimed to assess the association of between MS and gingivitis in youth. Methods.A total of 947 subjects (513 boys and 432 girls) who underwent medical and dental checkups with all MS components was final sample size from data analysis from the fourth Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. We examined the relationship between each component and the number of positive components of MS (central obesity, hypertriglyceridemia, low high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol, hypertension, insulin resistance) and gingivitis status using the Community Periodontal Index. The logistic regression models were build odds ratios (ORs) and 95% confidence intervals (CIs) were calculation using SPSS 17.0 program. Results.Of the five components of MS, low HDL cholesterol level and high blood pressure were each significantly related with having gingivitis. Logistic regression analysis for full model including all metabolic syndrome components and other risk factors the OR for low HDL-cholesterol was 1.52 significantly and the OR for high blood pressure was 1.38. Conclusions.Gingivitis was positively associated with MS in Korean, suggesting that further studies should be needed to investigate causal relationship.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/23083
ISSN
1225-388X
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