Azerbaijan Medical Journal

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Azerbaijan Medical Journal

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The Anti-Bacterial Effect of Protocols of Different Irrigation Solutions

Abstract : The aim of study was to evaluate the anti-bacterial effect of four protocols of irrigation solutions (group 1: distilled water, group 2: hypochlorite sodium NaOCl 5.25% + EDTA, group 3: MTAD, and group 4: NaOCl 1.3% + MTAD). The clinical study consists of 52 anterior teeth from 29 adolescent patients (10-16 years). The studied bacteria were: ichirichia colli, SPP and anaerobic bacteria. Group 3 and 4 showed the reduction of an account of ichirichia colli, SPP and anaerobic bacteria after immedia

Effectiveness of Oral Haloperidol in Combination with Midazolam Compared with Midazolam in Managing Uncooperative Children during Dental Treatment: A Randomized Clinical Trial

Abstract : It was suggested that oral haloperidol may be effective in managing the manifestations of psychotic disorders, and severe behavioral problems in children with hyperactivity. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate haloperidol in combination with midazolam sedative properties to reach the most optimal dental treatment for uncooperative children. This study was designed as a randomized clinical study based on evaluating the efficacy and safety of two sedative methods. The sedative methods effic

An investigation of the effect of Triple Antibiotic Paste and Cinnamon Oil as intracanal medicaments on Endodontic Treatments in Necrotic Primary Molars: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial

Abstract : This randomized controlled trial is aimed to evaluate the clinical and radiographic success of endodontic treatments in necrotic primary molars when cinnamon oil (CEO) and triple antibiotic paste (TAP) were applied as an intracanal medicaments compared to pure calcium hydroxide (CH). The study sample consisted of 60 necrotic second primary molars in 56 children aged between 4-7 years, these cases were allocated randomly into three groups: Group 1 (experimental, n=20): CEO was applied as intracan

Physicochemical studies of Nigella sativa for standardization as antioxidant agent

Abstract : Nigella sativa is an important medicinal plant found in several countries and used in folk medicine. Extract standardization is a crucial step in ensuring the quality and consistency of herbal extract used in medicinal therapy. The aim of this study was to determine the physicochemical content on the Nigella sativa extract and the antioxidant activity. DPPH methods were used to evaluate the antioxidant activity. Colorimetric methods were used to evaluate the secondary metabolite of the extract.

Is Obesity a Risk Factor among Egyptians during Covid-19 Pandemic?

Abstract : Obesity is one of the causative agents in progression of many diseases as diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases, hypertension and others. It may be considered as one of the danger factor increasing the morbidity and death rate during Covid-19 pandemic. The aim of this study is to examine the correlation between obesity and its associated biochemical mechanisms in patients with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis. To assess if obesity increases the severity of Covid-19 or not; 80 individuals (40

Comparison of XP-endo Finisher and Passive Ultrasonic irrigation on the Penetration Depth of Sodium Hypochlorite (Solution and Gel)

Abstract : Although irrigation is one of the most important stages during root canal treatment, it is not possible to guarantee the entry of irrigants to all the areas in the root canal, especially in the apical third. Therefore, the activation of irrigants can stimulate and help the irrigants to access hard-to-reach places within the root canal system. Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate the penetration depth between sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) gel and solutions into dentinal tubules after ultrasonic

Evaluation of Nutrient Canals in Diabetic Mellitus Patients: A Case-Control Study

Abstract : Systemic diseases showed a clear impact on the various organs of the body, prompting many researchers to study their impact and complications, and one of these diseases is diabetes mellitus, which affects the nerves and peripheral vessels. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the effect of diabetes mellitus on the nutrient canals in the oral cavity through digital periapical radiography and the relationship between which nutrient canals appearance and the incidence of diabetes mellitus. Th

A comparison of xenograft bone ring, EthOss bone graft, and β-TCP bone graft for the augmentation of horizontally defected alveolar ridges simultaneously with implant placement

Abstract : The severely compromised socket prevents immediate implant placement and necessitates bone grafting as the first surgical procedure since implant placement within the remaining bone would result in a drastically off-axis implant placement. A comparative clinical study was conducted on a series of 18 patients with 30 alveolar ridge defects suffering from a horizontal bone defect that will result in the exposure of 2 to 3 mm of the implant threads after the implant placement in the anterior region

The Effects of β-TCP and β-TCP/CS (EthOss®) Bone Substitutes on Rabbit Tibia Bone Healing: A Histological Comparative Study

Abstract : Bioactive alloplastic materials are a branch of bone grafts used in bone regeneration and augmentation. EthOss® bone graft and β-TCP are the most common alloplastic materials and are thoroughly researched. This study aimed to compare the biological performance of EthOss®, β-TCP, and spontaneous healing. Each grafting material was used to fill an 8 mm diameter artificial bone defect in the tibia bone of rabbits, a third bone defect in each rabbit where left empty to heal spontaneously. Ten Ne

Patient-reported outcome measures following soft-tissue grafting at implant sites with maxillary tuberosity and palatal donor sites: a comparative randomized-controlled clinical trial

Abstract : Autogenous connective tissue graft (CTG) combined or not with Injectable Platelet-rich Fibrin (I-PRF) is a reliable techniques for peri-implant soft tissue augmentation. Harvesting the graft from the Maxillary Tuberosity allow a reduced harvesting duration and in principle less pain and morbidity. The aim of this study was to compare the palate or the tuberosity as a donor site on oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL). The sample patients who benefited from CTG from the palate or the tube