There are about 10075 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Egypt. The country of the clinical trial is determined by the location of where the clinical research is being studied. Most studies are often held in multiple locations & countries.
To evaluate the impact of using virtual reality glasses using sign language as a distraction method to reduce the dental anxiety in moderate to severe hearing-impaired children compared to the conventional behavior management technique during pulpotomy treatment. The study will be a randomized controlled parallel two arms clinical trial, a total of 40 healthy children aged 5-7 years with moderate to severe hearing disability, will be selected from Pediatric Dentistry and dental public health Department, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, Egypt. Children selected should have at least one primary molar indicated for pulpotomy. The eligible participants will be randomly assigned to one of two groups: the study group, which will use virtual reality glasses with sign language as a distraction method to manage children's behavior, and the control group, which will use the conventional behavior management strategies including show-tell-do, and positive reinforcement. Local anesthesia will be given and pulpotomy procedure will be done on the selected tooth followed by stainless steel crown restoration. Pre and post-operative assessment of child's dental anxiety will be done using three methods: physiologically using pulse oximeter for measuring the heart rate, objectively using Venham clinical anxiety rating scale, and subjectively using the modified facial image scale.
This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of leukocyte platelet-rich fibrin (L-PRF) as a local sustained released device for antibiotics.
The teeth were randomly allocated in two equal groups : Control group (A):- included 20 mandibular primary molars in which pulpectomy were performed by hand instrumentation system using K- File from size 15 to size 35. Experimental Group (B):- included 20 mandibular primary molars in which pulpectomy were performed by rotary system using Kedo-SG rotary file system according to manufacturer's instructions Methods of Evaluation Stage I :- During and after canal preparation:- The following parameters were evaluated for all cases in both groups:- A- The instrumentation and canal filling time were recorded for both groups using stopwatch. B- Radiographic assessment for filling were done immediately postoperative to record :- 1. Distance between the apex to filling level of the mesial and distal roots . 2. Obturation form Stage II : Follow up : The follow up were carried out by clinical and radiographic evaluation for all cases in both groups:- The clinical evaluation were carried out at (0 base line = after 7 days ) then after 1 , 3 , 6 and 12 months . Radiographic evaluation were performed immediately postoperative as (0 baseline ) after cementation of stainless steel crowns for assessment of filling quality. Radiographs will be used for comparison for consequent radiographs . Follow ups were performed after 6 and 12 months.
. To determine pattern and frequency of dyslipoproteinemia in patients with newly diagnosed juvenile SLE and to assess effect of disease activity on lipid profile of patients with juvenile SLE.
Mechanical methods used for induction of labor received a great attention nowadays due to the serious side effects of the pharmacological methods. Hygroscopic dilators are considered important subtype of these mechanical methods. One of them is Laminaria which is a synthetic type of sea algae that induces cervical dilation by absorbing water from the cervix and gradually increasing in thickness. The current study will compare the effectiveness and safety of laminiria and vaginal prostaglandins in induction of labor in women with unfavorable cervix.
The sample size will be divided between two groups, Group A pulpectomy will be done using single rotary file in primary molars and group B pulpectomy will be done using manual K file system. follow up of the patients and clinical and radiographical success rates of cases will be seen.
ALA is administered orally since it is without difficulty absorbed in the stomach. ALA goes through the blood brain barrier and does not show toxic effects and actions at doses used for prophylactic and therapeutic purposes. This has encouraged us to use an efficient anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory agent, alpha-lipoic acid (biochemical) as a relevant option to prevent POAF.
The aim of the study is to evaluate the effect of non-antibiotic-based supplemental interventions in the management of ventriculitis among pediatric patients. The study objective is to detect the efficacy of probiotics and zinc when taken simultaneously with antibiotic treatment as immunomodulatory in increasing the recovery rate in pediatric population affected with ventriculitis.
This is a retrospective study on children with cleft palate who came to the multidisciplinary cleft clinic at Sohag University Hospital from September 2017 to September 2023
The increased benefits to the edentulous population from implant supported overdenture is overwhelming in terms of better quality of life, emotional stability, improved function, enhanced esthetics and clinical comfort.1-6 Implant supported prosthesis is considered a viable option for partially edentulous patients7. The oral rehabilitation of a long anterior mandibular edentulous span with a fixed or removable implant-supported prosthesis using appropriate prostheses have been a target in oral implant research for the last year. The longevity of any implant prosthesis depends on successful osseointegration and implant stability. Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT ) has also been used extensively for the follow-up of dental implants and is considered one of the tools for assessing implant success