Hadissa Tapsoba

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A questionnaire designed to measure oral health-related quality of life (OHRQOL) in adults and children was assessed for its factorial structure and reliability using data from the Second International Collaborative Study on Oral Health Outcomes in New Zealand, Poland and Germany. Principal component analysis with orthogonal and oblique rotation was(More)
This paper presents the findings of an investigation into the treatment of oral diseases with medicinal plants in the Kadiogo province, Burkina Faso. Although the region is mainly urban, it appears that traditional healers who live there, and the general population, continue to rely on plant products when dealing with a broad range of oral health concerns.(More)
ABSTRACT Pearl millet inbreds Tift 23DB, Tift 85DB, PS748BC, and Tift 89D(2) were used to develop three categories of host mixtures (physical mixtures, random-mated populations, and mixtures of two-way and three-way crosses) representing different levels of complexity of resistance through increased heterogeneity within populations and through stacking of(More)
The authors present the results of a study carried out within the context of a diagnosis of the state of dental health among 300 twelve years old students in school in the province of Kadiogo (Burkina Faso). The data collected by questionnaires explore the range of behaviours linked to dental health: dental hygiene, eating habits, use of fluoride and use of(More)
AIM Our study aimed to analyze the epidemiological aspects of cutaneous mycosis in people living with human immunodeficiency virus (PLHIV). MATERIALS AND METHODS This is a descriptive study of 382 patients living with HIV. Following an investigation into the risk factors, mycological samples have been performed. Each sample underwent direct examination(More)
Bad dental hygiene in adults is usually the result of bad care during childhood. Within the framework of Health for All, WHO and the International Dental Federation defined global objectives for dental health which allow for monitoring progress in different countries. The most common dental problems, such as dental cavities, can be prevented by simple and(More)
Oral health has a low priority in the health care and national health policies of Burkina Faso because of the high mortality rate and the occurrence of endemic and epidemic diseases. However, Burkina Faso, like other developing countries, is now having to cope with increases in the incidence of oral diseases. The World Health Organization has emphasized the(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the oral health status of 12-year-old schoolchildren in Kadiogo province, Burkina Faso. DESIGN A cross-sectional epidemiological study in which a trained dentist performed clinical examinations. SETTING Twenty primary schools in Kadiogo Province. SUBJECTS Three hundred randomly selected children. OUTCOME MEASURES Oral health(More)
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