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A retrospective analysis of in-patient temporomandibular disorders

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A retrospective analysis of in-patient temporomandibular disorders
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Hazazi
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Hassan S. M.
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1974-
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Shankar
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Shankar Srinivasan
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internal member
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Dinesh
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Dinesh Mittal
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Rutgers University
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School of Health Professions
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2014
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2014
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eng
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Disorders of Temporomandibular Joint (including capsulitis of TMJ, degenerative arthritis, internal derangement, dislocation, myofacial pain, ankyloses, headache, sleep disorders, trigeminal neuralgia, Cranio-maxillofacial trauma, and other related TMJ diseases) are some of the leading causes of chronic pain. The serious personal consequences of severe, constant facial, head and neck pain from these disorders make these problems a major social issue. One of the greatest challenges facing health care systems internationally is meeting the health needs of their populations with the available resources especially for In-patient. This study explored the association of temporomandibular joint complexity with socio-demographic variables, multidisciplinary management of the TMD during patient hospitalization and selected co-morbidities characteristics based on the 2003 to 2010 nationwide inpatient sample (NIS) of the health care cost and utilization project (HCUP) provided by the agency for health care research and quality (AHRQ) data for TMD In-patients between 2 and 97 years old. There is a strong positive correlation between temporomandibular disorders and hypertension and a weaker but nonetheless positive correlation between temporomandibular disorders and diabetes, temporomandibular disorders and depression, and temporomandibular disorders and weight. The finding of this study support the hypotheses that Socio-demographic factors (age, race, disposition of patient, primary expected payer, patient location, gender, source, length of stay, and median income) affect incidence of TMD and hospital stays, Comorbidities exist that are significantly related to TMD incidence and hospitalization costs. Results of eight years nationwide epidemiological estimates of hospitalizations attributed to temporomandibular joint disorders in the United States demonstrate changes in socio-demonstrate and hospital related factors. Also eight-year trend analysis of hospitalizations for temporomandibular disorders showed that mean length of stay between (3.06 - 3.25) while per year charge increased.
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Biomedical Informatics
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Temporomandibular joint
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Chronic pain
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1 online resource (95 p. : ill.)
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Ph.D.
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by Hassan S.M. Hazazi
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Hassan
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S. M.
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2014-12-03 13:03:29
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