Calcium Metabolism Indicators in Patients with Generalized Periodontitis and Hypertension
The objective of the study is to determine the level of calcium in patients with hypertension of the II degree and generalized periodontitis of the II degree.
There were examined 30 patients with hypertension of the II degree with generalized periodontitis of the II degree. Patients’ age ranged from 35 to 54 years. These patients were in the main group. Treatment of patients included taking the medicine “Ca-D3 NIKOMED”.
The control group included 10 patients without general somathic pathology and with healthy periodontitis of the same age. The results obtained were subject to variational and statistical processing.
The analyses were carried out before and 3 months after the treatment. The level of general Ca in patients with generalized periodontitis of the II degree and hypertension of the II degree before the treatment was 1.66±0.03 mmol/l (p<0.001) (norm 2.15-2.5 mmol/l). In the patients of control group this figure was 2.33±0.04 mmol/l (p<0.001).
After 3 months the level of general Ca in patients with generalized periodontitis of the II degree and hypertension of the II degree was 1.87±0.03 mmol/l (p<0.001).
The level of ionized Ca in patients with generalized periodontitis of the II degree and hypertension of the II degree before the treatment was 0.36± 0.01 mmol/l (p<0.001); after the treatment the level of ionized Ca was 0.41±0.01 mmol/l (p<0.001). The level of ionized Ca in control group patients was 1.03±0.02 mmol/l (p<0.001).
We can conclude: according to the analysis of levels of general and ionized calcium in serum of patients with generalized periodontitis of the II degree and hypertension of the II degree we can conclude that these indexes are lower than normal; patients with generalized periodontitis of the II degree and hypertension of the II degree have increased levels of general calcium and ionized calcium in serum after taking the drug “Ca-D3 NIKOMED”during 3 months.
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