Report: Nicholas Fernandes ; Nuno Silva
Portuguese Armed Forces Hospital – Dental Service
Report: M. LÜPKE, B. GREVEN (GERMANY)
Hypobaric and hyperbaric changes can trigger extreme states of pain in the human body. This article focuses on the phenomenon of barodontalgia, describing its pathophysiology and providing suggestions for preventative measures and approaches to treatment based on patient cases.
Article: MAJ (DR) Gabriel Chong
Article: M. LÜPKE (GERMANY)
Article: Th. Eger, J. Weyer, R. Thierbach (Germany)
Untreated advanced periodontal disease is a main reason for the development of dental emergencies and sick call during deployments. The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of a postgraduate periodontal training on the quantity of periodontal treatment and prevention.
Article: Lieutenant Colonel Dr Michael Lüpke, MC
Possible correlations between stress and the pathogenesis and progression of periodontal disease in Bundeswehr personnel in the field
Impressions of an impressing event
Article: J. Rehder
A dental surgeon is not always on board or near at hand to provide dental care to personnel serving on sea-going naval units. However, it is essential to ensure that appropriate dental treatment can be provided in emergencies that occur at sea by either an on-board dentist or naval surgeon.
Article: C. von See, A. Schramm, N.-C. Gellrich
September 7 – September 10, 2016 in Poznan/Poland
Article: D. E. GOMES CORREIA, J. J. BALTAZAR MENDES (PORTUGAL)
Dental Service The Influence of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus on Periodontal Disease
Article: C. v. SEE, C. KÜHLHORN, F. HELLWIG, N.-C. GELLRICH (GERMANY)
Article: H.B. van den Heuvel (The Netherlands)
Challenges for the RNDF in using Dental Fitness standards
Article: CH. REINKE (GERMANY)
Article: Kashta, Almir, Thierbach, Rene, Mueller, Sabine, Eger, Thomas
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The 3rd Annual Operational Medicine Symposium will focus on DoD initiatives to enhance military medicine in an era of great power competition. This symposium will bring together highly regarded medical professionals from all services to discuss the practice of medicine in expeditionary environments.