Recently, researchers from Maoming people’s Hospital of Guangdong Province published a paper to explore the effect of periodontitis with diabetes on non-surgical periodontal treatment.
research pointed out that the effect of non-surgical periodontitis with diabetes was significant and had no significant effect on blood glucose control.
was published in the 09 issue of Jilin medicine in 2014.
88 patients with periodontitis and diabetes were selected for periodontal basic treatment.
were used to compare the needle depth, attachment loss (AL), blood glucose and glycosylated protein levels before and after treatment
After treatment, PD was (2.16 plusmn; 0.62) mm, Al was (1.72 plusmn; 0.49) mm, which was significantly lower than that before treatment (5.37 plusmn; 2.46) mm and (4.58 plusmn; 2.28) mm, the difference was statistically significant (P lt; 0.05); after treatment, blood glucose and glycosylated protein were (5.34 plusmn; 1.24) mmol / L, (8.27 plusmn; 0.86)% and before treatment (5.68 plusmn); 46) mmol / L, (8.48 plusmn; 0.93)% (P gt; 0.05)
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