publication . Master thesis . 2016

Estudo piloto de avaliação da glicose salivar em seniores

Miranda, Vanessa;
Open Access Portuguese
  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Country: Portugal
Abstract
A diabetes é uma doença metabólica caracterizada por uma hiperglicemia. O aumento da prevalência da diabetes e das suas complicações associadas, implica uma necessidade crescente de novas estratégias para uma identificação precoce dos indivíduos de risco. De uma forma geral, o controlo da diabetes é feito através de uma metodologia invasiva que implica a medição da glicemia plasmática. No entanto, a avaliação da glicose salivar começa a ser aceite na comunidade científica e tem vindo a ser alvo de vários estudos para averiguar as principais vantagens desta metodologia. As complicações associadas à hiperglicemia são amplamente conhecidas, nomeadamente na saúde da...
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free text keywords: Diabetes, Saliva, Hiperglicemia, Periodontite, Hyperglycaemia, Salivary glycose, Periodontitis, :Ciências Médicas::Ciências da Saúde [Domínio/Área Científica]
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