Gender Effect on Post-Operative Pain after Different Instrumentation Techniques

Authors

  • Baidaa M. Zeidan1, Abeer A. Abass2, Nada A. Mehdi1

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v11i9.11022

Keywords:

Wave one, Protaper Next, Verbal rating Scale

Abstract

This study was conduct to assess gender effect on post-operative pain after different instrumentation
techniques, One hundred and twenty patient (60 female, 60 male) were incorporated into this investigation,
those patients requiring endodontic treatment on their permanent molar teeth with asymptomatic irreversible
pulpitis preoperatively to do access opening and instrumentation at a similar visit. Patients ran in age from 19
to 50 years of age, and all were healthy, as decided from a composed medical history and oral interview. The
patients were relegated into two gatherings: first gathering (30 female and 30 male): Teeth were instrumented
utilizing ProtaperNext System (Full Rotary method), second gathering (30 female, 30 male): Teeth were
instrumented utilizing Wave One System (Reciprocating method. (Pain evaluation completed at day 1, 3 and
7 utilizing Verbal Rating Scale (4 -Point Scale). Patients recorded the occurrence and seriousness of pain
experienced. Patients were called at 24, and 72 hours to acquire their reports for the initial three days. Seven
days after treatment their records were inspected and percussion test performed. The information acquired
were examined factually utilizing Chi-Square test. Result demonstrated that all gatherings incited Postoperative
Pain both sexual orientation. The outcome appeared there were significant differences between
sexual orientation from the outset and third day, while there were non-significant contrasts between sexes
at 7day.

Author Biography

Baidaa M. Zeidan1, Abeer A. Abass2, Nada A. Mehdi1

1Lecturer, 2Assistant Lecturer College of Dentistry, Conservative Department, Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad,
Iraq

Published

2020-09-11

How to Cite

Baidaa M. Zeidan1, Abeer A. Abass2, Nada A. Mehdi1. (2020). Gender Effect on Post-Operative Pain after Different Instrumentation Techniques. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 11(9), 282-287. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v11i9.11022