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S. edentulous), diabetics, urine output, alcohol consumption, smoking, or total time on dialysis. 914). 1. Significant differences were observed with regard to gender, age and alcohol consumption (Table 4). 019). 0005). 2% of the patients a subjective dry mouth was present. 3% of the patients sipped liquids to aid in swallowing food. 016). 717). 0). In contrast, no difference was observed between male smokers and nonsmokers. 39 Table 4. 01. 3. 0005), see Table 4. 4). Table 2 gives an overview of the scores for each item of the DTI.

33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. Navazesh M, Christensen C, Brightman V. Clinical criteria for the diagnosis of salivary gland hypofunction. J Dent Res 1992; 71: 1363-1369 Thomson WM, Williams SM. Further testing of the xerostomia inventory. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod 2000; 89: 46-50 Thomson WM, Chalmers JM, Spencer AJ, Williams SM. The Xerostomia Inventory: a multi-item approach to measuring dry mouth. Community Dent Health 1999; 16: 12-17 Thomson WM, Chalmers JM, Spencer AJ, Slade GD.

The prevalence and severity of thirst and xerostomia were greater in younger subjects. Patients with urine-output did not differ from those without urine-output with respect to thirst, xerostomia and IWG. 001). 05). Conclusions In HD patients, xerostomia (XI) and thirst (DTI) are associated with a higher IWG. Our data provide evidence that, in HD patients, xerostomia is related to both salivary flow rate and thirst (DTI). 1 During hemodialysis excess fluid is removed to normalize extracellular fluid volume and blood pressure.

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