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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Psychometric Properties Of The Ohip-14 And Prevalence And Severity Of Oral Health Impacts In A Rural Riverine Population In Amazonas State, Brazil [avaliação Das Propriedades Psicométricas Do Ohip-14 E Da Prevalência Dos Impactos Da Saúde Bucal, Em População Rural Ribeirinha No Amazonas, Brasil]
Author: Cohen-Carneiro F.
Rebelo M.A.B.
Souza-Santos R.
Ambrosano G.M.B.
Salino A.V.
Pontes D.G.
Abstract: The objectives of this study were: (1) test the psychometric properties of OHIP-14 in a rural population; and (2) compare the oral health impacts in two riverine communities in the Brazilian Amazon that were living at different distances from an urban center. Data were obtained from a cross-sectional study in a consecutive sample (n = 126). The validity was assessed through the association of OHIP with clinical and subjective variables, which showed a more significant association with: pain, caries, need of extraction or endodontic treatment; than with tooth loss, periodontal disease or need of prostheses. The stability and internal consistency were good (ICC = 0.97; Cronbach's α = 0.89). The prevalence of oral impacts was greater in the community far from the urban center [70.3 (59.9-80.7)] than in the community closer to it [44.3 (30.7-57.7)], and in women [66.7 (56.0-77.3)] in comparison with men [49.1 (35.3-62.7)]. The OHIP-14 adapted to rural populations in Amazonas State was valid, reproducible, and consistent. There was high prevalence of impacts, especially for riverine communities that lived far from urban centers.
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Date Issue: 2010
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