統合失調症患者の口腔衛生支援:レビュー  [in Japanese] Oral hygiene support for patients with schizophrenia: Review  [in Japanese]

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<p>健康への悪影響が懸念される精神保健分野の課題の1つであり,かつ障害予防歯科における課題でもある精神障害者の口腔衛生問題に関し,統合失調症患者に対する口腔衛生支援の促進をめざし,1)国内外の文献による統合失調症患者における口腔衛生研究動向を概観し,2)今後のわが国の統合失調症患者に対する効果的な口腔衛生支援のあり方と課題を考察した。</p><p>国内研究では事例報告と口腔衛生調査結果が示されていた。国外研究では,口腔衛生調査結果と統合失調症に特有の口腔衛生に関する概説とが示されていた。それらの内容検討から,口腔衛生指導に関する疫学研究の促進,および口腔衛生指導の実践・導入のための組織的な支援体制の整備,さらにわが国の精神保健医療福祉システムに則した効果的な支援方法の検討が必要であると考えられた。</p>

<p>Oral hygiene of patients with mental disorders is an issue that needs to be addressed in the fields of mental health and preventive dental care for the disabled, as poor oral hygiene can adversely affect their health. In order to promote oral hygiene support for patients with schizophrenia, the aims of this study were two-fold: (1) to investigate research trends in the study of oral hygiene of patients with schizophrenia by reviewing the domestic and international literature, and (2) to highlight effective support systems and issues that need to be addressed in Japan regarding the oral hygiene of such patients in Japan. It was found that domestic research tends to focus on case reports and results of oral hygiene surveys, while international studies provide results of oral hygiene surveys and outlines of problems particular to schizophrenics. The results of the literature review suggest the need to enhance epidemiologic research about oral hygiene instructions to patients, improve organizational support systems to implement and manage oral hygiene instructions, and examine effective support systems based on Japanese mental health care and welfare systems.</p>

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  • Japanese Journal of General Hospital Psychiatry

    Japanese Journal of General Hospital Psychiatry 25(3), 268-277, 2013

    Japanese Society of General Hospital Psychiatry

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130006832754
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0915-5872
  • Data Source
    J-STAGE 
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