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Harnekar-s, and S. Md, S. Sa, W. Sa et al. METHODS To be rated as relevant, the article had to variables included: infant feeding variables, measure both ECC and breastfeeding as ECC definition, and dental health prac- The internationally recognized systemat- well as meet other criteria outlined in tices.
Remaining articles were ment of ECC, including the factors: breast- ic reviews provide direction for reviews of then divided equally among two readers feeding, individual and community risk controlled trials.
As this clinical research and were rated independently. Of the factors Figure 1.
The unknown effect of topic cannot be measured using random- articles that were retrieved, 28 were judged breastfeeding on the development of ECC ized controlled trials where randomly allo- to be relevant. Validity resistance teeth which have the potential to cations were made to the review process. Measures of infant feed- ing of researchers. The tool included caries. Community risk factors such as edu- ing likely address breastfeeding, therefore appraisals of study design, confounders, cation level, socioeconomic status and gen- articles that mentioned infant feeding were and data collection methods as per the der have also been shown to be related to retrieved.
The above strategy yielded Cochrane systematic review protocol. Three other categories of confounding confounders in this review. Once final- ized, each of the 28 articles was indepen- Gender A detailed dictionary was used to Socioeconomic Status Four overall ratings for each Marital Status article, including strong, moderate, weak 25 and very weak, were assigned based on the pass-fail criteria for each of the categories Health Status Very weak was included as an overall rating, due to the high number of Other 7.
The authors felt that it would be important to distinguish between them 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 as they made up the bulk of the papers. None of the 28 articles were con- sidered to be strong. Twenty-one Figure 3.
With a varied degree of required to pass in this category Figure 3. Variables often absent included: confidence, all indicated that there appears One study passed the infant feeding cate- frequency of teeth cleaning, who is clean- to be a positive association between pro- gory. Research papers often teeth Figure 5. All three sponding author. Figure 4. The inconsistent method- ological approach in the research makes it difficult to compare findings and draw Frequency of Cleaning The results from these studies often contradict one another and findings are not always reproducible Chemotherapeutic Agents 25 from one study to another.
It is difficult to compare variables between studies as they are often poorly and inconsistently defined. Who Cleans Teeth The three moderate studies suggest that Figure 5.
British Pediatric Association. Is breast feeding beneficial in the UK? Arch Dis Child ty and individual factors associated with ; ECC as indicated in the model Figure 1. We wish to acknowledge Donna Ciliska, Breastfeeding and later cognitive and academic outcomes.
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