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Linking medical and dental health record data: a partnership with the Rochester Epidemiology Project.
St Sauver JL, et al. BMJ Open 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28360234 Free PMC article.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this project was to expand the Rochester Epidemiology Project (REP) medical records linkage infrastructure to include data from oral healthcare providers. ...Antibiotic prescriptions prior to dental procedures declined from 62% to 7% following the change in guidelines. FUTURE PLANS: Dental data from participating practitioners will be updated on an annual basis, and new dental data will be linked to patient medical records. ...
PURPOSE: The purpose of this project was to expand the Rochester Epidemiology Project (REP) medical records linkage infrastructure to …
Electronic Dental Records System Adoption.
Abramovicz-Finkelsztain R, et al. Stud Health Technol Inform 2015. PMID 26262001
The use of Electronic Dental Records (EDRs) and management software has become more frequent, following the increase in prevelance of new technologies and computers in dental offices. ...The lack of studies in this area suggests the need for more usability and implementation studies on EDRs so that we can improve EDR adoption by the dental community....
The use of Electronic Dental Records (EDRs) and management software has become more frequent, following the increase in prevel …
Demographic factors and dental health of Swedish children and adolescents.
Kramer AC, et al. Acta Odontol Scand 2016. PMID 26133545
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the dental health of Swedish children and adolescents with reference to age, gender and residence. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Electronic dental records from 300,988 3-19-year-olds in one Swedish region were derived in a cross-sectional study in years 2007-2009. ...
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the dental health of Swedish children and adolescents with reference to age, gender and residence. MATERIAL …
Utilizing Dental Electronic Health Records Data to Predict Risk for Periodontal Disease.
Thyvalikakath TP, et al. Stud Health Technol Inform 2015. PMID 26262380
This study explores mining potential risk factors from dental electronic health records to predict and display patients' contextualized risk for periodontal disease. We retrieved relevant risk factors from structured and unstructured data on 2,370 patients who underwent comprehensive oral examinations at the Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis, IN, USA. ...
This study explores mining potential risk factors from dental electronic health records to predict and display patients' conte …
Medication discrepancies in the dental record and impact of pharmacist-led intervention.
Choi HJ, et al. Int Dent J 2017. PMID 28543391
Data were analysed using Poisson regression with a significance level set at 0.05. RESULTS: One-hundred and thirty patients (48% women; mean age 57 years) were interviewed by a clinical pharmacist (100 before intervention and 30 at follow-up). ...CONCLUSIONS: Medication discrepancies in the dental record occur at an alarming rate and frequently involve medications known to cause oral health problems or complications with dental procedures. ...
Data were analysed using Poisson regression with a significance level set at 0.05. RESULTS: One-hundred and thirty patients (48% wome
Update on Electronic Dental Record and Clinical Computing Adoption Among Dental Practices in the United States.
Acharya A, et al. Clin Med Res 2017. PMID 29229631 Free PMC article.
This study sought to re-characterize trends and factors affecting electronic dental record (EDR) and technologies adoption by dental practices and the impact of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) act on adoption rates through 2012. ...Patient portal adoption among dental practices in the United States remained low....
This study sought to re-characterize trends and factors affecting electronic dental record (EDR) and technologies adoption by dent
Reporting dental trauma and its inclusion in an injury surveillance system in Victoria, Australia.
Dang KM, et al. Aust Dent J 2015. PMID 25721283 Free article.
Dental trauma and injury surveillance data were collected and evaluated with reference to the criteria of the Victorian Emergency Minimum Dataset. ...This study also confirmed the benefits of electronic collection of dental injury surveillance data that can assist policy planners and health service providers in designing and delivering effective dental injury prevention and management services....
Dental trauma and injury surveillance data were collected and evaluated with reference to the criteria of the Victorian Emerge
Caries data collected from public health records compared with data based on examinations by trained examiners.
Hausen H, et al. Caries Res 2001. PMID 11641572
Collecting data for dental caries studies is costly. In countries where uniform patient records are available for virtually the whole population, it is tempting to use them as a data source. ...In large enough settings, data obtained from patient records could possibly be used as a replacement for separate surveys....
Collecting data for dental caries studies is costly. In countries where uniform patient records are available for virtu …
Developmental dental anomalies and their potential role in establishing identity in post-mortem cases: a review.
Puri P, et al. Med Leg J 2019. PMID 30605002
Identification from dentition is based on the direct comparison of post-mortem dental profiles with ante-mortem dental records of the deceased. This article aims to review these developmental and morphological dental traits and their role in post-mortem identification....
Identification from dentition is based on the direct comparison of post-mortem dental profiles with ante-mortem dental reco
Strategies for caries risk assessment in children and adolescents at public dental clinics in a Swedish county.
Sarmadi R, et al. Int J Paediatr Dent 2009. PMID 19178606
Information about medical and social history, dental status, dietary habits, oral hygiene, and salivary data was obtained from the records. RESULTS: The results show that the only data registered in the majority of the dental records were dental status from the clinical examination and bitewing radiographs. ...
Information about medical and social history, dental status, dietary habits, oral hygiene, and salivary data was obtained from …
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