TABLE 7: INTER GROUP COMPARISON OF PLAQUE 1NDEX, BLEEDING INDEX
AND MODIFIED GINGIVAL INDEX SCORES VALUES ARE EXPRESSED AS MEAN+-SD
salivarius M18 group indicated a return to near-normal values of less than 1 for plaque index, gingival index, and modified sulcus bleeding index
, and a probing pocket depth of just over 3 mm.
Gingival bleeding was recorded using the criteria of the Ainamo & Bay bleeding index
01) observed in periodontal pocket depth and Bleeding Index
incase of Doxycycline, Metronidazole combination in comparison to Amoxicillin, Metronidazole combination.
Table 1 Mean Plaque (PI) and Papillary bleeding Index
(PBI) scores between Baseline and 3 months (MV SD).
Periodontal measurements, including pocket depths, clinical attachment levels, GI (Loe and Silness, 1963) and BOP (modified sulcus bleeding index
--scale 0 to 1) were taken at 6 sites before treatment and at 6 to 8 weeks and 3 month re-evaluation intervals.
A comprehensive periodontal examination was done including parameters like Oral Hygiene Index Simplified (OHIS),Gingival Bleeding Index
(GBI)  and Clinical Attachment Loss (CAL) .
Peter and Ronnie suffered bleeding index
fingers as a result of their fast fish takes.
To score gingival bleeding for buccal and lingual surfaces, a Sulcus Bleeding Index
(SBI) (15) and Bleeding on Probing (BOP) were assessed.
According to age, patients from 35 to 44 years-old, had the greatest Sulcus Bleeding Index
As determined by the APACHE III, bleeding index
, and Charlson scores, increased age and a higher Charlson score both indicated a significantly higher risk of mortality (Table 4).