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  • Diagnosis and management of xerostomia and

    2014-12-22u2002·u2002Introduction. Xerostomia is defined as the subjective complaint of dry mouth.1 Interestingly, patients complaining of xerostomia frequently do not show any objective sign of hyposalivation and their symptoms may be secondary to qualitative and/or quantitative changes in the composition of saliva.2,3 The normal stimulated salivary flow rate averages 1.5–2.0 mL/min while the unstimulated ...

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  • Xerostomia in Denture Patients - IJSR

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002xerostomia. 2. Etiological Factors Xerostomia is often related with aging process but it is mostly a problem of systemic or extrinsic origin. Saliva seems to undergo chemical changes with aging. As the amount of ptyalin decreases and mucin increases, saliva can become thick and viscous. Thus, this makes the elderly at a

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  • Xerostomia (dry mouth) in patients with COVID-19: a case ...

    2021-4-6u2002·u2002SARS-CoV-2 could travel to other tissues such as salivary glands and make some alterations to them resulting in oral manifestations. Xerostomia might be the initial manifestation of COVID-19 before signs and symptoms in the respiratory system. It is prudent to consider COVID-19 as a differential diagnosis in case of xerostomia.

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  • [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly ...

    [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly totally edentulous]. [Article in Spanish] Pescio JJ(1). Author information: (1)Cátedra de Prostodoncia III B. Facultad de Odontología, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Pabellón Argentina, Ciudad Universitaria Córdoba. [email protected]

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  • Treatment of xerostomia and hyposalivation in the elderly ...

    2016-5-1u2002·u2002Introduction. The total or partial loss of saliva causes serious oral consequences, manifesting as an uncomfortable feeling of dry mouth (xerostomia) and presenting numerous signs and symptoms mainly in the mucous membranes, lips, tongue, salivary glands and teeth (Fig. (Fig.1) 1) (1,2).In the majority of cases, dry mouth is caused by hypofunction of the salivary glands, acute or chronic, with ...

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  • (PDF) Salivary flow and xerostomia in patients with type 2 ...

    Methods 47 patients with type 2 DM and 46 healthy individuals, aged 40‐80, participated in the study. Samples of saliva were collected, at rest and after stimulation, at baseline and after the ...

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  • Xerostomia, Hyposalivation, and Salivary Flow in Diabetes ...

    The presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is frequent among diabetes mellitus (DM) patients. It is not clear if the presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is greater in DM than non-DM patients. The aims of this systematic review are (1) to compare the prevalence rates of xerostomia, (2) to evaluate the salivary flow rate, and (3) to compare the prevalence rates of hyposalivation in DM ...

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  • Xerostomia, hyposalivation, and oral microbiota in type 2 ...

    The prevalence of xerostomia was 62% in patients with type 2 DM compared with 36% in the nondiabetic control group (p = 0.001). The prevalence of hyposalivation (defined as MST values < or = 25 mm ...

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  • TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports

    2020-6-13u2002·u2002B52 International ournal of Contemorary Meicine Surgery an Raiology Volume 5 Issue 2 April-June 2020 ss o p C TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports Vijaykumar Bokkasam1, Yamini Puchalapalli2, Sameeulla Shaik3, S.V. Suman4, Sai Praveen5, Yendluru Mercy6, Naga Jyothi Peta7, Sai Jyotsna Siddavaram8, Nikitha Reddy Veluru9 1Professor and HOD, Department of Oral …

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  • (PDF) Xerostomia in palliative care

    After ten weeks of treatment salivary production increased to a mean of 2.24 cm (s.d. 0.7), with a range from 1.2 to 4.0 cm. There was a salivary flow increase of 64.5% (p<0.001).

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  • [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly ...

    Xerostomia may be attributed to various causes. It is not considered a disease but a clinical manifestation of oral dryness with or without hyposalivation. Once the disorder has been identified, health professionals should join to design a suitable treatment planning.

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  • Salivary flow and xerostomia in older patients with type 2 ...

    2017-8-2u2002·u2002Objectives To assess salivary flow in older patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM2) and its association with xerostomia. Methods Cross-sectional clinical study conducted with older patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes for at least one year receiving treatment at the Integrated Center for Diabetes and Hypertension of Ceará (CIHD) in the city of Fortaleza, Ceará, Northeastern Brazil.

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  • Xerostomia, Hyposalivation, and Salivary Flow in Diabetes ...

    2016-7-10u2002·u2002The prevalence of xerostomia was analyzed in 7 studies (Table 2). In adults T2DM xerostomia prevalence varied between 12.5% and 53.5%, compared to 0–28.4% in the CG [7–10]. Only three studies [8–10] (two with the same study population [9, 10]) showed that DM patients suffered significantly more xerostomia than non-DM patients.

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  • Treatment of xerostomia and hyposalivation in the elderly ...

    2016-5-1u2002·u2002Introduction. The total or partial loss of saliva causes serious oral consequences, manifesting as an uncomfortable feeling of dry mouth (xerostomia) and presenting numerous signs and symptoms mainly in the mucous membranes, lips, tongue, salivary glands and teeth (Fig. (Fig.1) 1) (1,2).In the majority of cases, dry mouth is caused by hypofunction of the salivary glands, acute or chronic, with ...

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  • Dry Mouth (Xerostomia) Causes and Treatment – Dental Care

    Dry mouth, or xerostomia, is a condition which slows or prevents saliva production. It can make it hard for you to swallow, chew your food or speak clearly. Dry mouth can contribute to tooth decay, causing it to progress very quickly. Untreated, dry mouth can also contribute to bad breath.

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  • Xerostomia (Dry Mouth Disease) Therapeutics Market

    Xerostomia, commonly referred to as dry mouth syndrome, is a result of reduced or absent salivary flow producing mucosal dryness. The increase in radiation therapy and chemotherapy is likely to lead to an increased incidence of xerostomia, which is estimated to predominantly drive the xerostomia …

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  • Sticky stuff: xerostomia in patients undergoing head and ...

    The vast majority of patients reported or were objectively found to have xerostomia at 1–3 months, 3–6 months, 6–12 months, 1–2 years, and >2 years post-treatment. With xerostomia then representing one of the most common acute, subacute, and late side effects associated with head and neck radiotherapy, its impact on patients' overall ...

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  • Management of an edentulous patient having xerostomia

    Xerostomia is a clinical condition caused by a decrease in the production of saliva. It may present itself as a local symptom, as part of a systemic disease, as side effects of medications or following therapeutic radiation to the head and neck regions.

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  • Global Xerostomia (Dry Mouth) Therapeutics Market to

    2021-4-8u2002·u2002Abstract: - Global Xerostomia (Dry Mouth) Therapeutics Market to Reach $826. 3 Million by 2027. - Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the global market for Xerostomia (Dry …

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  • FABRICATION OF A MAXILLARY SPLIT COMPLETE

    months and reported reduction in halitosis and xerostomia. REFERENCES [1] Fritos R, Rodriguez S, Miralles-Jorda L, Machuca G Oral manifestations and dental treatment in menopause. Med Oral. 2002 Jan-Feb; 7(1):26-30, 31-5. [2] Villa A, P. A. (2011). The reported prevalence of xerostomia …

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  • Diagnosis and management of xerostomia and

    2014-12-22u2002·u2002Introduction. Xerostomia is defined as the subjective complaint of dry mouth.1 Interestingly, patients complaining of xerostomia frequently do not show any objective sign of hyposalivation and their symptoms may be secondary to qualitative and/or quantitative changes in the composition of saliva.2,3 The normal stimulated salivary flow rate averages 1.5–2.0 mL/min while the unstimulated ...

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  • Xerostomia in Denture Patients - IJSR

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002xerostomia. 2. Etiological Factors Xerostomia is often related with aging process but it is mostly a problem of systemic or extrinsic origin. Saliva seems to undergo chemical changes with aging. As the amount of ptyalin decreases and mucin increases, saliva can become thick and viscous. Thus, this makes the elderly at a

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia (dry mouth) in patients with COVID-19: a case ...

    2021-4-6u2002·u2002SARS-CoV-2 could travel to other tissues such as salivary glands and make some alterations to them resulting in oral manifestations. Xerostomia might be the initial manifestation of COVID-19 before signs and symptoms in the respiratory system. It is prudent to consider COVID-19 as a differential diagnosis in case of xerostomia.

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  • [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly ...

    [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly totally edentulous]. [Article in Spanish] Pescio JJ(1). Author information: (1)Cátedra de Prostodoncia III B. Facultad de Odontología, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Pabellón Argentina, Ciudad Universitaria Córdoba. [email protected]

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  • Treatment of xerostomia and hyposalivation in the elderly ...

    2016-5-1u2002·u2002Introduction. The total or partial loss of saliva causes serious oral consequences, manifesting as an uncomfortable feeling of dry mouth (xerostomia) and presenting numerous signs and symptoms mainly in the mucous membranes, lips, tongue, salivary glands and teeth (Fig. (Fig.1) 1) (1,2).In the majority of cases, dry mouth is caused by hypofunction of the salivary glands, acute or chronic, with ...

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  • (PDF) Salivary flow and xerostomia in patients with type 2 ...

    Methods 47 patients with type 2 DM and 46 healthy individuals, aged 40‐80, participated in the study. Samples of saliva were collected, at rest and after stimulation, at baseline and after the ...

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  • Xerostomia, Hyposalivation, and Salivary Flow in Diabetes ...

    The presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is frequent among diabetes mellitus (DM) patients. It is not clear if the presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is greater in DM than non-DM patients. The aims of this systematic review are (1) to compare the prevalence rates of xerostomia, (2) to evaluate the salivary flow rate, and (3) to compare the prevalence rates of hyposalivation in DM ...

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  • Xerostomia, hyposalivation, and oral microbiota in type 2 ...

    The prevalence of xerostomia was 62% in patients with type 2 DM compared with 36% in the nondiabetic control group (p = 0.001). The prevalence of hyposalivation (defined as MST values < or = 25 mm ...

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  • TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports

    2020-6-13u2002·u2002B52 International ournal of Contemorary Meicine Surgery an Raiology Volume 5 Issue 2 April-June 2020 ss o p C TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports Vijaykumar Bokkasam1, Yamini Puchalapalli2, Sameeulla Shaik3, S.V. Suman4, Sai Praveen5, Yendluru Mercy6, Naga Jyothi Peta7, Sai Jyotsna Siddavaram8, Nikitha Reddy Veluru9 1Professor and HOD, Department of Oral …

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  • (PDF) Xerostomia in palliative care

    After ten weeks of treatment salivary production increased to a mean of 2.24 cm (s.d. 0.7), with a range from 1.2 to 4.0 cm. There was a salivary flow increase of 64.5% (p<0.001).

    Get Price
  • Diagnosis and management of xerostomia and

    2014-12-22u2002·u2002Introduction. Xerostomia is defined as the subjective complaint of dry mouth.1 Interestingly, patients complaining of xerostomia frequently do not show any objective sign of hyposalivation and their symptoms may be secondary to qualitative and/or quantitative changes in the composition of saliva.2,3 The normal stimulated salivary flow rate averages 1.5–2.0 mL/min while the unstimulated ...

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia in Denture Patients - IJSR

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002xerostomia. 2. Etiological Factors Xerostomia is often related with aging process but it is mostly a problem of systemic or extrinsic origin. Saliva seems to undergo chemical changes with aging. As the amount of ptyalin decreases and mucin increases, saliva can become thick and viscous. Thus, this makes the elderly at a

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia (dry mouth) in patients with COVID-19: a case ...

    2021-4-6u2002·u2002SARS-CoV-2 could travel to other tissues such as salivary glands and make some alterations to them resulting in oral manifestations. Xerostomia might be the initial manifestation of COVID-19 before signs and symptoms in the respiratory system. It is prudent to consider COVID-19 as a differential diagnosis in case of xerostomia.

    Get Price
  • [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly ...

    [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly totally edentulous]. [Article in Spanish] Pescio JJ(1). Author information: (1)Cátedra de Prostodoncia III B. Facultad de Odontología, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Pabellón Argentina, Ciudad Universitaria Córdoba. [email protected]

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  • Treatment of xerostomia and hyposalivation in the elderly ...

    2016-5-1u2002·u2002Introduction. The total or partial loss of saliva causes serious oral consequences, manifesting as an uncomfortable feeling of dry mouth (xerostomia) and presenting numerous signs and symptoms mainly in the mucous membranes, lips, tongue, salivary glands and teeth (Fig. (Fig.1) 1) (1,2).In the majority of cases, dry mouth is caused by hypofunction of the salivary glands, acute or chronic, with ...

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Salivary flow and xerostomia in patients with type 2 ...

    Methods 47 patients with type 2 DM and 46 healthy individuals, aged 40‐80, participated in the study. Samples of saliva were collected, at rest and after stimulation, at baseline and after the ...

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia, Hyposalivation, and Salivary Flow in Diabetes ...

    The presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is frequent among diabetes mellitus (DM) patients. It is not clear if the presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is greater in DM than non-DM patients. The aims of this systematic review are (1) to compare the prevalence rates of xerostomia, (2) to evaluate the salivary flow rate, and (3) to compare the prevalence rates of hyposalivation in DM ...

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  • Xerostomia, hyposalivation, and oral microbiota in type 2 ...

    The prevalence of xerostomia was 62% in patients with type 2 DM compared with 36% in the nondiabetic control group (p = 0.001). The prevalence of hyposalivation (defined as MST values < or = 25 mm ...

    Get Price
  • TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports

    2020-6-13u2002·u2002B52 International ournal of Contemorary Meicine Surgery an Raiology Volume 5 Issue 2 April-June 2020 ss o p C TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports Vijaykumar Bokkasam1, Yamini Puchalapalli2, Sameeulla Shaik3, S.V. Suman4, Sai Praveen5, Yendluru Mercy6, Naga Jyothi Peta7, Sai Jyotsna Siddavaram8, Nikitha Reddy Veluru9 1Professor and HOD, Department of Oral …

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  • (PDF) Xerostomia in palliative care

    After ten weeks of treatment salivary production increased to a mean of 2.24 cm (s.d. 0.7), with a range from 1.2 to 4.0 cm. There was a salivary flow increase of 64.5% (p<0.001).

    Get Price
  • Diagnosis and management of xerostomia and

    2014-12-22u2002·u2002Introduction. Xerostomia is defined as the subjective complaint of dry mouth.1 Interestingly, patients complaining of xerostomia frequently do not show any objective sign of hyposalivation and their symptoms may be secondary to qualitative and/or quantitative changes in the composition of saliva.2,3 The normal stimulated salivary flow rate averages 1.5–2.0 mL/min …

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia in Denture Patients - IJSR

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002xerostomia. 2. Etiological Factors Xerostomia is often related with aging process but it is mostly a problem of systemic or extrinsic origin. Saliva seems to undergo chemical changes with aging. As the amount of ptyalin decreases and mucin increases, saliva can become thick and viscous. Thus, this makes the elderly at a

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia (dry mouth) in patients with COVID-19: a case ...

    2021-4-6u2002·u2002SARS-CoV-2 could travel to other tissues such as salivary glands and make some alterations to them resulting in oral manifestations. Xerostomia might be the initial manifestation of COVID-19 before signs and symptoms in the respiratory system. It is prudent to consider COVID-19 as a differential diagnosis in case of xerostomia.

    Get Price
  • [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly ...

    [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly totally edentulous]. [Article in Spanish] Pescio JJ(1). Author information: (1)Cátedra de Prostodoncia III B. Facultad de Odontología, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Pabellón Argentina, Ciudad Universitaria Córdoba. [email protected]

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  • Treatment of xerostomia and hyposalivation in the elderly ...

    2016-5-1u2002·u2002Introduction. The total or partial loss of saliva causes serious oral consequences, manifesting as an uncomfortable feeling of dry mouth (xerostomia) and presenting numerous signs and symptoms mainly in the mucous membranes, lips, tongue, salivary glands and teeth (Fig. (Fig.1) 1) (1,2).In the majority of cases, dry mouth is caused by hypofunction of the …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Salivary flow and xerostomia in patients with type 2 ...

    Methods 47 patients with type 2 DM and 46 healthy individuals, aged 40‐80, participated in the study. Samples of saliva were collected, at rest and after stimulation, at baseline and after the ...

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia, Hyposalivation, and Salivary Flow in Diabetes ...

    The presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is frequent among diabetes mellitus (DM) patients. It is not clear if the presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is greater in DM than non-DM patients. The aims of this systematic review are (1) to compare the prevalence rates of xerostomia, (2) to evaluate the salivary flow rate, and (3) to compare the prevalence rates of …

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  • Xerostomia, hyposalivation, and oral microbiota in type 2 ...

    The prevalence of xerostomia was 62% in patients with type 2 DM compared with 36% in the nondiabetic control group (p = 0.001). The prevalence of hyposalivation (defined as MST values < …

    Get Price
  • TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports

    2020-6-13u2002·u2002B52 International ournal of Contemorary Meicine Surgery an Raiology Volume 5 Issue 2 April-June 2020 ss o p C TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports Vijaykumar Bokkasam1, Yamini Puchalapalli2, Sameeulla Shaik3, S.V. Suman4, Sai Praveen5, Yendluru Mercy6, Naga Jyothi Peta7, Sai Jyotsna Siddavaram8, Nikitha Reddy Veluru9 1Professor and …

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  • (PDF) Xerostomia in palliative care

    After ten weeks of treatment salivary production increased to a mean of 2.24 cm (s.d. 0.7), with a range from 1.2 to 4.0 cm. There was a salivary flow increase of 64.5% (p<0.001).

    Get Price
  • Diagnosis and management of xerostomia and

    2014-12-22u2002·u2002Introduction. Xerostomia is defined as the subjective complaint of dry mouth.1 Interestingly, patients complaining of xerostomia frequently do not show any objective sign of hyposalivation and their symptoms may be secondary to qualitative and/or quantitative changes in the composition of saliva.2,3 The normal stimulated salivary flow rate averages 1.5–2.0 mL/min while the unstimulated ...

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia in Denture Patients - IJSR

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002xerostomia. 2. Etiological Factors Xerostomia is often related with aging process but it is mostly a problem of systemic or extrinsic origin. Saliva seems to undergo chemical changes with aging. As the amount of ptyalin decreases and mucin increases, saliva can become thick and viscous. Thus, this makes the elderly at a

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia (dry mouth) in patients with COVID-19: a case ...

    2021-4-6u2002·u2002SARS-CoV-2 could travel to other tissues such as salivary glands and make some alterations to them resulting in oral manifestations. Xerostomia might be the initial manifestation of COVID-19 before signs and symptoms in the respiratory system. It is prudent to consider COVID-19 as a differential diagnosis in case of xerostomia.

    Get Price
  • [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly ...

    [Clinical epidemiological study of xerostomia in elderly totally edentulous]. [Article in Spanish] Pescio JJ(1). Author information: (1)Cátedra de Prostodoncia III B. Facultad de Odontología, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Pabellón Argentina, Ciudad Universitaria Córdoba. [email protected]

    Get Price
  • Treatment of xerostomia and hyposalivation in the elderly ...

    2016-5-1u2002·u2002Introduction. The total or partial loss of saliva causes serious oral consequences, manifesting as an uncomfortable feeling of dry mouth (xerostomia) and presenting numerous signs and symptoms mainly in the mucous membranes, lips, tongue, salivary glands and teeth (Fig. (Fig.1) 1) (1,2).In the majority of cases, dry mouth is caused by hypofunction of the salivary glands, acute or chronic, with ...

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Salivary flow and xerostomia in patients with type 2 ...

    Methods 47 patients with type 2 DM and 46 healthy individuals, aged 40‐80, participated in the study. Samples of saliva were collected, at rest and after stimulation, at baseline and after the ...

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia, Hyposalivation, and Salivary Flow in Diabetes ...

    The presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is frequent among diabetes mellitus (DM) patients. It is not clear if the presence of xerostomia and hyposalivation is greater in DM than non-DM patients. The aims of this systematic review are (1) to compare the prevalence rates of xerostomia, (2) to evaluate the salivary flow rate, and (3) to compare the prevalence rates of hyposalivation in DM ...

    Get Price
  • Xerostomia, hyposalivation, and oral microbiota in type 2 ...

    The prevalence of xerostomia was 62% in patients with type 2 DM compared with 36% in the nondiabetic control group (p = 0.001). The prevalence of hyposalivation (defined as MST values < or = 25 mm ...

    Get Price
  • TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports

    2020-6-13u2002·u2002B52 International ournal of Contemorary Meicine Surgery an Raiology Volume 5 Issue 2 April-June 2020 ss o p C TENS in Radiation Induced Xerostomia - Case Reports Vijaykumar Bokkasam1, Yamini Puchalapalli2, Sameeulla Shaik3, S.V. Suman4, Sai Praveen5, Yendluru Mercy6, Naga Jyothi Peta7, Sai Jyotsna Siddavaram8, Nikitha Reddy Veluru9 1Professor and HOD, Department of Oral …

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  • (PDF) Xerostomia in palliative care

    After ten weeks of treatment salivary production increased to a mean of 2.24 cm (s.d. 0.7), with a range from 1.2 to 4.0 cm. There was a salivary flow increase of 64.5% (p<0.001).

    Get Price
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