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Title:
EFFECTIVENESS OF DISINFECTING AGENTS IN IMPRESSIONS WITH IRREVERSIBLE HYDROCOLLOID

Authors:
Eusebio Miguel Del Angel Herrera , Jorge Humberto Luna Dominguez , Violeta Cecilia Tinoco Cabriales , Roberto Mendez Maya , Bertha Luna Garcia , Jose Macario Hernandez Izaguirre Mario Alberto Palomares Rodriguez

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Eusebio Miguel Del Angel Herrera1 , Jorge Humberto Luna Dominguez2 , Violeta Cecilia Tinoco Cabriales2 , Roberto Mendez Maya2 , Bertha Luna Garcia2 , Jose Macario Hernandez Izaguirre 2 Mario Alberto Palomares Rodriguez2
1Graduate in Dental Surgeon, M.D, of the Dentistry Faculty, Autonomous University of Tamaulipas.
2Professor of the Dentistry Faculty, Autonomous University of Tamaulipas

MLA 8
Herrera, Eusebio Miguel Del Angel, et al. "EFFECTIVENESS OF DISINFECTING AGENTS IN IMPRESSIONS WITH IRREVERSIBLE HYDROCOLLOID." IJETSI, vol. 3, no. 1, Jan.-Feb. 2018, pp. 96-106, ijetsi.org/more2018.php?id=8.
APA
Herrera, E., Dominguez, J., Luna, J., Maya, R., Garcia, B., Izaguirre, J., & Rodriguez, M. (2018, January/February). EFFECTIVENESS OF DISINFECTING AGENTS IN IMPRESSIONS WITH IRREVERSIBLE HYDROCOLLOID. IJETSI, 3(1), 96-106.
Chicago
Herrera, Eusebio Miguel Del Angel, Jorge Humberto Luna Dominguez, Jorge Humberto Luna, Roberto Mendez Maya, Bertha Luna Garcia, Jose Macario Hernandez Izaguirre, and Mario Alberto Palomares Rodriguez. "EFFECTIVENESS OF DISINFECTING AGENTS IN IMPRESSIONS WITH IRREVERSIBLE HYDROCOLLOID." IJETSI 3, no. 1 (January/February 2018), 96-106.

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Abstract:
The purpose:
was to determine the effectiveness of two disinfecting agents in impressions with irreversible hydrocolloids.
Methods and Materials:
10 students of Autonomous University of Tamaulipas-Dentristy Faculty were selected, after the nature of the study was explained and signed the consent form, it was proceeded to obtain dental impressions with irreversible hydrocolloids (Phase Plus^R, Zhermak) in the upper arch (n=10). The dental impressions were sectioned and placed in Petri dishes with Trypticasein Soy Broth as culture media. Afterwards, a sample was taken to isolate identify and make bacterial stock and then was divided into three groups: Group A: 0.5ml of bacterial stock + 0.5ml of Saline Solution (PiSA^R) Group B: 0.5ml of bacterial stock + 0.5ml Etanol + 2-propanol (Z 7 Spray^R Zhermak) Group C: 0.5ml of bacterial stock + 0.5ml of Morinda Citrifolia, incubation time was two minutes and was inoculated in culture media, and counted after 24 hrs of incubation.
Results:
A significant relevance of the antimicrobial factor agent (p=<0.0001) was identified. The control group presented the highest values in relation with the bacterial count (media=4.69 +_ 0.65 Log10UFCxml) followed by the Morinda citrifolia group (media=2.25+_ 1.76 Log10UFCxml) and the Etanol + 2-propanol group reported a minor growth (media=1.03+_ 1.93Log10UFCxml). The bacteria that was isolated more times was the Staphylococcus aureus ( 30%).
Conclusion:
The Morinda citrifolia and the Di-ethanol decreased the bacterial growth in irreversible hydrocolloids.