The oral effects of orotracheal intubation in prematurely born preschoolers.

S. Fadavi, Sikander Adeni, K. Dziedzic, I. Punwani, D. Vidyasagar

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Abstract

This cross-sectional study of fifty-two prematurely-born children, ages two to five years, evaluated the long-term effects of oral intubation at birth on palatal architecture, crossbite malocclusion, and enamel structure. Seventy percent showed a high palatal vault, with palatal grooving in 25 percent; 36 percent had enamel defects in the maxillary primary incisors; and 17 percent had posterior crossbites. The mean palatal depth was 12.9 mm, as compared to 11.4 mm for a group of 45 nonintubated, normal healthy children (the difference was significant at alpha = 0.05). There are significant iatrogenic defects from prolonged neonatal intubation with this sample of preschoolers.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)420-424
Number of pages5
JournalASDC journal of dentistry for children
Volume59
Issue number6
StatePublished - Jan 1 1992

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Malocclusion
Intubation
Dental Enamel
Incisor
Cross-Sectional Studies
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The oral effects of orotracheal intubation in prematurely born preschoolers. / Fadavi, S.; Adeni, Sikander; Dziedzic, K.; Punwani, I.; Vidyasagar, D.

In: ASDC journal of dentistry for children, Vol. 59, No. 6, 01.01.1992, p. 420-424.

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Fadavi, S, Adeni, S, Dziedzic, K, Punwani, I & Vidyasagar, D 1992, 'The oral effects of orotracheal intubation in prematurely born preschoolers.', ASDC journal of dentistry for children, vol. 59, no. 6, pp. 420-424.
Fadavi, S. ; Adeni, Sikander ; Dziedzic, K. ; Punwani, I. ; Vidyasagar, D. / The oral effects of orotracheal intubation in prematurely born preschoolers. In: ASDC journal of dentistry for children. 1992 ; Vol. 59, No. 6. pp. 420-424.
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