INFLUENCE OF NON SURGICAL THERAPY ON SERUM ALBUMIN AND WBC COUNT IN DIABETIC AND NON DIABETICS WITH CHRONIC PERIODONTITIS
Journal Title: Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research - Year 2016, Vol 5, Issue 6
BACKGROUND: Periodontal disease is a complex, multifactorial, chronic inflammatory disease that involves destruction of Periodontium. Many systemic diseases have been implicated as risk factors or risk indicators in periodontal disease. Clinical research over the past decades has led to an improved understanding and appreciation of periodontal pathogens. It has been indicated that there might be a difference between serum Albumin levels and WBC count among Diabetic and non-Diabetic patients with chronic periodontitis. AIM: The aim of my study is to evaluate levels of serum Albumin and WBC [WHITE BLOOD CELLS] count in Diabetic and non-Diabetic patients with chronic periodontitis before and after phase I therapy. Materials and methods: 20 patients were divided in to two groups i.e., Group A [Diabetic], Group B [non Diabetic]. Clinical parameters like Gingival index [GI], Plaque index [PI], Probing depth [PD], Clinical attachment level [CAL] were recorded at baseline. Furthermore Biochemical parameters like serum Albumin, WBC counts were assessed at baseline and at 1 month after nonsurgical periodontal therapy. Results: The present study showed significant gain in serum Albumin and reduced values of WBC count in both groups with more gain in serum Albumin levels & decrease in WBC count more pronouncedly in Group B. Conclusion: Within the limitations of the study there is a significant correlation of serum Albumin and WBC levels. An elevated WBC count, along with a decreased value of serum Albumin has been observed before Scaling and root planning [SRP] .However after SRP decreased values of WBC, along with elevated values of serum Albumin has been observed there by establishing a correlation between periodontitis WBC and serum Albumin levels.
Authors and Affiliations
P. ARAVIND KUMAR| PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PERIODONTICS, ST.JOSEPH DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, RASAGNYA. Y| PG STUDENT, DEPARTMENT OF PERIODONTICS, ST.JOSEPH DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL., S. V. V. S MUSALAIAH| PROFESSOR, AND HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT, DEPARTMENT OF PERIODONTICS, ST. JOSEPH DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL., M. NAGASREE| PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PERIODONTICS, ST.JOSEPH DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL., P. INDEEVAR| SENIOR LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF PERIODONTICS, ST.JOSEPH DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL.
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P. ARAVIND KUMAR, RASAGNYA. Y, S. V. V. S MUSALAIAH, M. NAGASREE, P. INDEEVAR (2016). INFLUENCE OF NON SURGICAL THERAPY ON SERUM ALBUMIN AND WBC COUNT IN DIABETIC AND NON DIABETICS WITH CHRONIC PERIODONTITIS. Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research, 5(6), 19-25. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-3785