Skip to content

Key resources

  • Bibliography
    Bibliography
  • Health promotion
    Health promotion
  • Health practice
    Health practice
  • Programs
    Programs
  • Conferences
    Conferences
  • Courses
    Courses
  • Funding
    Funding
  • Jobs
    Jobs
  • Organisations
    Organisations
  • Health Services MapHealth Services Map
Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin Alcohol and other drugs knowledge centre Yarning Places
 
  • Home
    • » Key resources and services
      • » Programs and projects
        • » Associations Between Periodontal Disease and Cardiovascular Surrogate Endpoints Among Indigenous Adults: the PerioCardio study

Associations Between Periodontal Disease and Cardiovascular Surrogate Endpoints Among Indigenous Adults: the PerioCardio study

 

Overview

The Associations Between Periodontal Disease and Cardiovascular Surrogate Endpoints Among Indigenous Adults study ('the PeriodCardio study') aimed to explore the prevalence of cardiovascular surrogate endpoints among Indigenous people with periodontal disease, and to determine if implementation of a periodontal intervention lead to improved cardiovascular risk outcomes. All study participants received the benefits of the periodontal intervention.

The PeriodCardio study was important in three main ways:

Abstract adapted from the Indigenous Oral Health Unit

Contacts

Indigenous Oral Health Unit
Ground floor
122 Frome Street
Adelaide SA
School of Dentistry
The University of Adelaide
Adelaide SA 5005
Ph: (08) 8313 4045
Ph: (08) 8313 3291
Fax: (08) 8313 4858

Related publications

Schuch HS, Haag DG, Kapellas K, Arantes R, Peres MA, Thomson WM, Jamieson LM (2017)

The magnitude of Indigenous and non-Indigenous oral health inequalities in Brazil, New Zealand and Australia.

Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology; Early view(http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cdoe.12307):

Amarasena N, Kapellas K, Skilton MR, Maple-Brown LJ, Brown A, Bartold M, O’Dea K, Celermajer D, Jamieson LM (2016)

Factors associated with routine dental attendance among Aboriginal Australians.

Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved; 27(1 Supplement): 67-80

Amarasena N, Kapellas K, Skilton MR, Maple-Brown LJ, Brown A, O'Dea K, Celermajer DS, Jamieson LM (2015)

Associations with dental caries experience among a convenience sample of Aboriginal Australian adults.

Australian Dental Journal; 60(4): 471-478

Amarasena N, Kapellas K, Brown A, Skilton MR, Maple-Brown LJ, Bartold MP, O'Dea K, Celermajer D, Slade GD, Jamieson L (2015)

Psychological distress and self-rated oral health among a convenience sample of Indigenous Australians.

Journal of Public Health Dentistry; 75(2): 126–133

Kapellas K, Skilton M, Maple-Brown L, Do L, Bartold P, O'Dea K, Brown A, Celermajer D, Jamieson L (2014)

Periodontal disease and dental caries among Indigenous Australians living in the Northern Territory, Australia.

Australian Dental Journal; 59(1): 93–99

Kapellas K, Jamieson LM, Do LG, Bartold PM, Maple-Brown LJ, Sullivan D, O’Dea K, Brown A, Celermajer DS, Slade GD, Skilton MR (2014)

Associations between periodontal disease and cardiovascular surrogate measures among Indigenous Australians.

International Journal of Cardiology; 173(2): 190–196

Kapellas K, Maple-Brown LJ, Bartold PM, Brown A, O'Dea K, Slade GD, Celermajer DS, Jamieson LM, Skilton MR (2014)

Effect of a periodontal intervention on pulse wave velocity in Indigenous Australians with periodontal disease: the PerioCardio randomized controlled trial.

Global Heart; 9(1 Supplement): e44

Skilton MR, Maple-Brown LJ, Kapellas K, Celermajer DS, Bartold M, Brown A, O'Dea K, Slade GD, Jamieson LM (2011)

The effect of a periodontal intervention on cardiovascular risk markers in Indigenous Australians with periodontal disease: the PerioCardio study.

BMC Public Health; 11: 729

Retrieved 26 September 2011 from http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/11/729

Links

 
Last updated: 5 June 2017
 
Return to top