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Autori: Škec, Vjekoslav; Macan, Darko; Špiček Macan, Jasna; Sušac, Marija; Lukšić, Ivica
Naslov: Influence of oral health on combat readiness in the Croatian Army
Izvornik: Military medicine (0026-4075) 167 (2002); 1016-1019
Vrsta rada: članak
Ključne riječi: oral health; combat
Sažetak:
The impact of the acute stomatological conditions on the reducing of the combat readiness is an important responsibility for the military planners. Classification of dental health is the primary condition for research and assessment of the army dental readiness for combat. Clinical examination of teeth and mouth included 912 soldiers, 650 of whom were recruits and 262 active duty military personnel. According to their oral status, the examinees were divided into three classes. Class 1 included all those examinees that did not require any dental treatment or reevaluation within 12 months. Class 2 included all of the examinees whose oral health was such that if regularly controlled or followed up, they were not expected to have a dental emergency within 12 months. Class 3 included all of the examinees that required dental treatment to correct both their dental and oral health because the present condition was likely to cause acute stomatological conditions during the 12-month period. This survey designated 130 (14.3%) of the examinees to class 1, 178 (19.5%) to class 2, and 604 (66.2%) to class 3. The combat readiness of the 604 (66.2%) examinees in the third class was reduced because a dental emergency can cause the need for dental treatment. The recruits do not have satisfactory dental status even at the beginning of their army service. Unfortunately, active duty military personnel do not have satisfactory dental status either, although they have access to cost-free dental care (prosthetics and orthodontics are not included). This increases the possibility for development of dental emergencies that would have a negative impact on combat readiness.
Projekt / tema: 0065004
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Current Contents: DA
Citation Index: DA
Ostale indexne publikacije: EMBASE (Excerpta Medica);MEDLINE
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Stomatologija
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