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PREVALENCIA DEL TRAUMA DENTOALVEOLAR EN PACIENTES ATENDIDOS EN EL SERVICIO DE URGENCIAS DE LA CLÍNICA CARLOS ARDILA LULLE DE FLORIDABLANCA – COLOMBIA, ENTRE 1998 Y 2002

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dc.creatorLeón G., Juan Carlos
dc.creatorContreras M., Elio
dc.creatorPineda P., Leonardo
dc.creatorGaleano A., Carlos Fernando
dc.date2018-03-14
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.ustabuca.edu.co/index.php/USTASALUD_ODONTOLOGIA/article/view/1835
dc.identifier10.15332/us.v3i1.1835
dc.descriptionObjetivo: Determinar la prevalencia del trauma dentoalveolar de las Historias Clínicas, según la base de datos de la Clínica Carlos Ardila Lulle de Floridablanca – Colombia, en individuos atendidos en el servicio de urgencias mèdicas, durante los años 1998 a 2002.Materiales y métodos: Con una metodología observacional de tipo descriptivo-retrospectivo, se analizaron 1235 historias clínicas de pacientes atendidos por emergencia, cuyo diagnóstico, según la clasificación internacional de enfermedades y causas de defunción (CIE), novena revisión de 1975, especificaron los códigos 873.6 ; 873.7 y 959.0, relacionados con el trauma< dentoalveolar.Resultados: Se encontró una prevalencia del 45.7% de trauma dentoalveolar con dientes afectados y una mayor frecuencia en hombres que en mujeres, así mismo los accidentes de tránsito aportaron el mayor número de eventos. La primera década de la vida presentó la mayor prevalencia de trauma de tejido blando, y, entre la segunda y tercera década la mayor prevalencia fue afectación dental.Conclusiones: Es importante destacar que la mayor parte de los eventos de trauma dentoalveolar fueron diagnosticados por el médico general, y sólo en los casos severos se remitió a consulta con el cirujano maxilofacial. Así mismo, la actuación del endodoncista fue subvalorada. Cabe anotar que el 99.14% de los eventos, recibió atención por algún tipo de aseguramiento, siendo la EPS la utilizada.[León JC, Contreras E, Pineda L, Galeano C. Prevalencia del trauma dentoalveolar en pacientes atendidos en el servicio de urgencias de la clínica Carlos Ardila Lulle de Floridablanca, Colombia, entre 1998 y 2002. Ustasalud Odontología 2004; 3: 32 - 40]es-ES
dc.descriptionPurpose: To determine the prevalence of dental trauma from the database of “Carlos Ardila Lulle” Hospital, from Floridablanca - Colombia, in people that attended emergency room service from 1998 until 2002.Material and methods: An observational methodology (descriptive-retrospective), 1235 medical cards were analyzed in patients who came to emergency room service, by diagnostic classification of diseases and mortality causes (CIE), nineth edition from 1975; with 873.6, 873.7 and 959.0 codes, related to dental trauma.Results: Medical cards from 1998 until 2002 were analyzed. A prevalence of 45.7% of Dental Trauma was found with affected teeth. There was higher frequency among male than female. Car accidents are the highest number of events of dental trauma.Conclusions: It is important to highlight that most of Dental Trauma events were diagnosed by the physician, and only in severe cases they were remitted to consultation with the maxilofacial surgeon. Validation of endodontics was not to value. 99.14% of the events were assisted by some insurance type, being the “EPS” the most used one.en-US
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dc.sourceUstaSalud; Vol. 3, Núm. 1 (2004); 32-40es-ES
dc.source1692-5106
dc.source10.15332/us.v3i1
dc.subjectDental trauma; Prevalence; Emergency roomen-US
dc.subjectTrauma dentoalveolar; Prevalencia; Servicio de urgenciases-ES
dc.titlePREVALENCE OF DENTAL TRAUMA IN PATIENTS ATTENDED BY EMERGENCY ROOM SERVICE OF CARLOS ARDILA LULLE HOSPITAL FROM FLORIDABLANCA – COLOMBIA FROM 1998 UNTIL 2002en-US
dc.titlePREVALENCIA DEL TRAUMA DENTOALVEOLAR EN PACIENTES ATENDIDOS EN EL SERVICIO DE URGENCIAS DE LA CLÍNICA CARLOS ARDILA LULLE DE FLORIDABLANCA – COLOMBIA, ENTRE 1998 Y 2002es-ES
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