WorldCat Identities

Ide, Mark

Works: 4 works in 8 publications in 1 language and 25 library holdings
Genres: Academic theses 
Roles: Author
Classifications: RK361, 617.632
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works by Mark Ide
A clinical guide to periodontology by R Palmer( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Periodontology has witnessed some of the most intensive research in dentistry over the last 30 years. Making full use of their extensive experience in clinical practice, the authors have provided a concise and straightforward guide to the principles and practice of the diagnosis and treatment of periodontitis. Examination, diagnosis and prognosis are followed by chapters encompassing treatment planning and the full range of surgical and non-surgical treatment options available." "Illustrated with 160 colour and 30 black and white photographs, A Clinical Guide to Periodontology is essential reading for general dental practitioners, dental students and dental hygienists and is also of great value as a primer for postgraduate students."--BOOK JACKET
Investigations of dentine sensitivity : an in vitro investigation of the role of abrasives and the development and testing of improved methods of clinical measurement by Mark Ide( Book )

5 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Prognostic biomarkers of periodontal disease by Belkais Farag Abuaisha Karim( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

MMP-8 baseline concentrations were significantly higher in responders (419.3 ± 343.1 ng/ml) than non-responders (158.8 ± 73.3 ng/ml) (p=0.009). MMP- 8 concentrations at baseline that were above the cut-off (<182.8 ng/ml) predicted a good response to periodontal treatment with 77% sensitivity and 70% specificity. There was no effect of the single round of non-surgical periodontal treatment on the levels of systemic markers CRP & IL-6, and also there was no correlation between local and systemic markers. Conclusion: These results of both studies suggest that MMP-8, HNP1-3 and S100A8 may be useful to identify cases of periodontitis with good specificity and moderate sensitivity and may give superior results when combined. In addition the salivary MMP-8 and S1 OOA8 showed promising periodontal prognostic ability to detect the likelihood of a good response to treatment, with MMP-8 showed the best results with moderate sensitivity and specificity. However, further validation studies would be useful in larger, non-diabetic cohorts
Epidemiology of association between maternal periodontal disease and adverse pregnancy outcomes - systematic review( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract : Background: and objectives: There is still debate regarding potential relationships between maternal periodontitis during pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes. The aim of this systematic review was to synthesize the available epidemiological evidence on this association. Data sources: Combined electronic and hand search of MEDLINE, EMBASE, WEB OF SCIENCE and Cochrane Central Register databases. Study eligibility criteria: Original publications reporting data from cross-sectional, case-control or prospective cohort epidemiological studies on the association between periodontal status and preterm birth, low birthweight (LBW) or preeclampsia. The search was not limited to publications in English. All selected studies provided data based on professional assessments of periodontal status, and outcome variables, including preterm birth (<37 weeks gestation), LBW (<2500 g), gestational age, small for gestational age, birthweight, pregnancy loss or miscarriage, or pre-eclampsia. Participants: Pregnant women with or without periodontal disease, and with or without adverse pregnancy outcomes, assessed either during pregnancy or postpartum. No intervention studies were included. Study appraisal and synthesis methods - Publications were assessed based on predefined screening criteria including type of periodontal assessment, consistency in the timing of the periodontal assessment with respect to gestational age, examiner masking and consideration of additional exposures and confounders. Results: Maternal periodontitis is modestly but significantly associated with LBW and preterm birth, but the use of a categorical or a continuous exposure definition of periodontitis appears to impact the findings: Although significant associations emerge from case-control and cross-sectional studies using periodontitis "case definitions, " these were substantially attenuated in studies assessing periodontitis as a continuous variable. Data from prospective studies followed a similar pattern, but associations were generally weaker. Maternal periodontitis was significantly associated with pre-eclampsia. Limitations: There is a high degree of variability in study populations, recruitment and assessment, as well as differences in how data are recorded and handled. As a result, studies included in meta-analyses show a high degree of heterogeneity. Conclusions and implications: of key findings: Maternal periodontitis is modestly but independently associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes, but the findings are impacted by periodontitis case definitions. It is suggested that future studies employ both continuous and categorical assessments of periodontal status. Further use of the composite outcome preterm LBW is not encouraged
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Audience level: 0.75 (from 0.72 for A clinical ... to 0.88 for Epidemiolo ...)

Alternative Names
Ide, M. (Mark)