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Vol. 7, Issue 1 (2018)

Characteristics of morphological changes of the teeth-containing tissues at the workers of poultry farms

Author(s):
Olga Kardashevska
Abstract:
In the process of intensive development of modern agriculture a study of the influence of harmful and associated with health risk factors of production environment is a timely and very important. Specific working conditions contribute to the formation of various pathological processes in the human body. However, as shown by previous research work on poultry farms is still tied to the influence of adverse factors of production environment. So, in the poultry industry, a high proportion of manual work, some of which are associated with significant physical stress. All these factors adversely affect the condition of periodontal tissues working on poultry farms. The significant influence of adverse environmental factors on the condition of the organs and systems of person confirms trend of the increase of frequency of periodontal disease in industrial developed countries, which in different age groups ranges from 80 % to 100 %. This article presents a study of morphological changes of periodontal tissues in workers of poultry factories, which demonstrated that daily contact with the poultry products reduces the immune resistance, thereby creating a favorable breeding ground for anaerobic, fungal and chlamydial infection, which is a leading cause of periodontal disease.
Pages: 360-363  |  393 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Olga Kardashevska. Characteristics of morphological changes of the teeth-containing tissues at the workers of poultry farms. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(1):360-363.
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