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    Paediatric Dentistry and the coronavirus (COVID-19) response in the North East of England and North Cumbria

    Authors: Sarah Simpsons; Oliver Sumner II; Richard Holliday III; Charlotte C Currie IV; Virginia Hind V; Nicola Lush; Lucy Burbridge; Ben Cole

    doi:10.1101/2020.06.02.20114967 Date: 2020-06-05 Source: medRxiv

    Introduction: Coronavirus (COVID-19) has dramatically changed the landscape of dentistry including Paediatric Dentistry. This paper explores paediatric patient data within a wider service evaluation completed within an Urgent Dental Care Centre in the North East of England and North Cumbria over a 6-week period. Aim: To assess demand for the service, patient demographics and inform paediatric urgent dental care pathways. Main outcome methods: Data collected included key characteristics of paediatric patients accessing Paediatric Dental Services from 23rd March to 3rd May 2020. Descriptive statistics were used for analysis. Results: There were 369 consultations (207 telephone, 124 face-to-face and 38 Out of Hours consultations). The mean age TRANS of children TRANS accessing the service was 7 years old. 7% of those attending face-to-face visits were reattenders. The most common diagnoses were irreversible pulpitis MESHD and dental trauma. 49% of face-to-face consultations resulted in extractions, 28% with General Anaesthetic, and 21% with Local Anaesthetic. Conclusion: Management of dental emergencies MESHD provided by the Urgent Dental Care Centre for paediatric patients has largely been effective and confirmed the efficacy of patient pathways established.

    The first 6 weeks: setting up a UK urgent dental care centre during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Authors: Emily Carter; Charlotte Currie; Abisola Asuni; Rachel Goldsmith; Grace Toon; Catherine Horridge; Sarah Simpson; Christopher Donnell; Mark Greenwood; Graham Walton; Ben Cole; Justin Durham; Richard Holliday

    doi:10.1101/2020.05.06.20093179 Date: 2020-05-11 Source: medRxiv

    Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic has posed many challenges, including provision of urgent dental care. This paper presents a prospective service evaluation during establishment of urgent dental care in the North-East of England over a six-week period. Aim: To monitor patient volumes, demographics and outcomes at the North-East urgent dental care service and confirm appropriate care pathways. Main Outcome Methods: Data were collected on key characteristics of patients accessing urgent care from 23rd March to 3rd May 2020. Analysis was with descriptive statistics. Results: There were 1746 patient triages, (1595 telephone and 151 face-to-face) resulting in 1322 clinical consultations. The most common diagnoses were: symptomatic irreversible pulpitis MESHD or apical periodontitis MESHD periodontitis HP. 65% of clinical consultations resulted in extractions, 0.5% an aerosol generating procedure. Patients travelled TRANS 25km on average to access care, however this reduced as more urgent care centres were established. The majority of patients were asymptomatic TRANS of COVID-19 and to our knowledge no staff acquired infection MESHD due to occupational exposure. Conclusion: The urgent dental care centre effectively managed urgent and emergency MESHD dental care, with appropriate patient pathways established over the 6-week period. Dental preparedness for future pandemic crisis could be improved and informed by this data.

    Changes in the characteristics of dental emergencies MESHD under the influence of SARS-CoV-2 : A retrospective study

    Authors: Kan Wu; Chunjie Li; Zheng Yang; Shangchun Yang; Wenbin Yang; Chengge Hua

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-28103/v2 Date: 2020-05-08 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background To master the distribution and changing characteristics of dental diseases MESHD is of great significance for the dental emergency MESHD center in order to strengthen the treatment abilities of medical staff and the effective use of emergency MESHD resources in the face of public health emergencies MESHD of highly infectious respiratory diseases MESHD. Methods The medical records of 4158 cases of dental emergency MESHD patients from 2019 to 2020 were retrospectively analyzed,with patients being divided into the pre-SARS-COV-2 group and the during SARS-COV-2 group according to the date of their admittance to the dental emergency MESHD center.The dental emergency MESHD patients demographicsn data,day and time,diagnoses,treatment approaches were compared before and during the SARS-COV-2. Results During the SARS-COV-2,the number of dental emergency MESHD visits increased by 29.7% compared with those before the SARS-COV-2.The peak of the number of patients at weekends and at night is not obvious compared with the pre-SARS-COV-2 group.Duing the SARS-COV-2 Male TRANS(n=286,58.1%) were more likely than female TRANS(n=206,41.9%) to visit the dental emergency MESHD center for trauma P<0.05, female TRANS(n=242,60.8%) were more likely than male TRANS(n=156,39.2%) to visit the dental emergency MESHD center for Acute gingivitis MESHD gingivitis HP and Acute pericoronitis MESHD P<0.05.A major diagnoses change is Acute Pulpitis MESHD (K04.0) and Acute apical periodontitis MESHD periodontitis HP (K04.4) increased by 9.2%,Acute gingivitis MESHD gingivitis HP (K05.0) and Acute pericoronitis MESHD(K05.2) increased by 3.5%,Open wound of lip and oral cavity (S01.5) fell HP 17.9%,others (non- emergency MESHD diseases MESHD) increased by 6.8%,compare with the pre-SARS-COV-2.Among the treatment methods,during the pre-SARS-COV-2,304(17.7%)received a prescription for Antibiotics and Analgesics,1485(86.5%) received a prescription for local treatment.During the SARS-COV-2,958(39.2%)received a prescription for Antibiotics and Analgesics,1636(67.0%) received a prescription for local treatment. Conclusion SARS-COV-2 led to changes in the characteristics of dental emergency MESHD patients.Trauma,Acute Pulpitis MESHD,Acute periodontitis MESHD periodontitis HP Acute periodontitis MESHD periodontitis HP are the leading reason why patients go to the dental emergency MESHD.The dental emergency MESHD center should optimize the treatment procedures,optimize the staffing and reasonably allocate materials according to the changes,to improve the on-site treatment capacity and provide adequate dental emergency MESHD care. .

    Changes in the Spectrum of Dental Emergencies MESHD Under the Influence of SARS-COV-2

    Authors: Kan Wu; Chunjie Li; Zheng Yang; Shangchun Yang; Wenbin Yang; Chengge Hua

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-28103/v1 Date: 2020-05-08 Source: ResearchSquare

    BackgroundTo master the distribution and changing characteristics of dental diseases MESHD is of great significance for the dental emergency MESHD center in order to strengthen the treatment abilities of medical staff and the effective use of emergency MESHD resources in the face of public health emergencies MESHD of highly infectious respiratory diseases MESHD.MethodsThe medical records of 4260 cases of dental emergency MESHD patients from December 2019 to March 2020 were retrospectively analyzed, with patients being divided into the pre- Corona Virus Disease MESHD 2019 (SARS-COV-2) group and the during SARS-COV-2 group according to the date of their admittance to the dental emergency MESHD department. The patient demographics, occurrence of dental emergencies MESHD and treatment approaches were compared before and during the pandemic.ResultsDuring the pandemic period, the number of dental emergency MESHD visits increased by 25.56% compared with those before the pandemic. From the view of demographic, the proportion of patients aged TRANS 0 –17 years decreased by 10.6%, while the proportion of patients aged TRANS 46 – 65 years increased by 6.9%. The emergency MESHD patient amount reduced during the week and increased at the weekend, the distribution of the peak time of patient visits was 13:00 – 18:00, and the emergency MESHD patient amount at night decreased obviously compared with that before the outbreak of the epidemic.A major change is acute pulpitis MESHD/root periarthritis MESHD ratio increased by 9.2%, fell HP 17.9%, before the outbreak on dental and maxillofacial trauma stitch, the residual roots and residual crowns and other non- emergency MESHD diseases MESHD increased by 3.2%. Among the treatment methods, dental local drug irrigation, dental local hemostasis, and local treatment of pericoronitis MESHD were the main treatment approaches, accounting for 63.1% of the total cases. The use of local anesthesia decreased and the use of painkillers increased during the SARS-COV-2 pandemic.ConclusionSARS-COV-2 led to changes in the spectrum of dental emergency MESHD cases. The dental emergency MESHD department should optimize the treatment procedures, optimize the staffing and reasonably allocate materials according to the changes, to improve the on-site treatment capacity and provide adequate dental emergency MESHD care.

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