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  • Development of a national position paper for chronic care : example of Belgium

    Paulus, Dominique (2013)
    105-109 The management of chronic diseases is a prime challenge of most 21st century health care systems. Many Western countries have invested heavily in care plans oriented towards specific conditions and diseases, such as dementia and cancer. The major downside of this narrowly focused approach is that treatment of multimorbidity is ignored. This paper describes the development and main stance of a national position that proposes streamlined reforms of the Belgian health care system to i...

    Vaccination des adultes contre le pneumocoque : évaluation économique – Rapport succinct

    Blommaert, Adriaan (2016)
    43 p. ill., Avec la vaccination contre la grippe, se pose aussi, pour les personnes âgées, la question de la vaccination contre le pneumocoque. Une vaccination assez peu suivie chez nous malgré la virulence redoutable de cette bactérie qui cause pneumonies, méningites et septicémies, avec une mortalité qui peut dépasser 20% chez les plus de 85 ans. Le Centre fédéral d’Expertise des Soins de Santé (KCE) et l’Universiteit Antwerpen ont réalisé une étude coût-efficacité des deux vaccins co...

    Factors associated with prevalence and severity of caries experience in preschool children

    Declerck, Dominique (2008)
    p. 168-178 OBJECTIVES: The aim of the present study was to examine the prevalence and severity of caries experience in the primary dentition of preschool children and to assess the association of disease distribution with oral hygiene levels, reported oral health behaviours and socio-demographic factors. METHODS: Study samples comprised 1250 3-year-old and 1283 5-year-old pre-school children from four distinct geographical areas in Flanders. Information on oral hygiene and dietary hab...

    Oral health care utilization in children with disabilities

    Leroy, Roos (2013)
    1855-1861 OBJECTIVES: The objectives of this report were to survey the utilization of oral health care in children and adolescents with disabilities over a 7-year period and to compare these data with the utilization pattern of their peers without disabilities. For most countries, these data have not been published in the international literature so far. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The cohort used was the Permanent Sample of Socially Insured Persons, an anonymous representative sample of Be...

    The oral health status of special olympics athletes in Belgium

    Leroy, Roos (2012)
    p. 68-73 To describe and evaluate the oral condition and oral treatment needs of the participants of the Special Olympics Special Smiles program organised in Belgium in 2008. A cross-sectional study where the data were collected through interviews and clinical examinations. 687 Belgian Special Smiles athletes participated, mean age 33 years. More than 70% had at least one missing tooth. Distinct signs of gingivitis and visible caries experience were observed in 44% and 22% of dentate athle...
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