Nursing Caries relationship to feeding practices, socioeconomic status - Prevalence of Nursing Caries in Pre-school children and relationship to feeding practices,socioeconomic status of family

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Tyagi, Rishi Nursing Caries relationship to feeding practices, socioeconomic status - Prevalence of Nursing Caries in Pre-school children and relationship to feeding practices,socioeconomic status of family
Tyagi, Rishi - Nursing Caries relationship to feeding practices, socioeconomic status - Prevalence of Nursing Caries in Pre-school children and relationship to feeding practices,socioeconomic status of family

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The aim was to find the prevalence of nursing caries in Davangere preschool children and its relationship with feeding practices and socioeconomic status of the family. A total of 813 children aged 2-6 years were screened for the present study from randomly selected three kindergarten schools each from Government, Government aided, and private managements. Clinical examination was done inside the respective schools. At the time of examination, a proforma was filled for each child comprising of DFS index. The questionnaire by Winter et al. was modified and used .The completed proformas were statistically analyzed to find if any correlation existed between the nursing caries to the feeding practices and socioeconomic status of the family. There is a strong and significant relationship between the severity of nursing caries and the degree of feeding abuse. Children from low socioeconomic status have increased early childhood caries.Nursing caries were more in children who were taking a feeding bottle to bed at night and were increasingly seen in large families and lower socioeconomic groups.

Contributors

Author:
Tyagi, Rishi

Further information

Biography Artist:
Reader,Dept.Pediatric Dentistry,University of Delhi,UCMS>BH,Delhi- 95.INDIA.Education BDS,MDS.Life member Indian Society of Pediatric Dentistry.Work experience of more than 5 years in PG teaching and clinical work.Have 4 National and 2 international Publications.Contributed in pediatric Dentistry textbook.
Language:
English
Number of Pages:
80
Media Type:
Softcover
Publisher:
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

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Product Type:
Paperback book
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.005 m; 0.168 kg
GTIN:
09783843355230
DUIN:
H7D2T3TV5TB
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