A relação da condição bucal com a transmissibilidade e o agravamento da COVID-19: uma revisão integrativa / The relationship between oral condition and transmissibility and aggravation of COVID-19: an integrative review

Lucas Daylor Aguiar da Silva, Cibelly de Fátima Vieira Ferreira, Matheus Nicolau Matos Barros, Gabriel Silva Ribeiro, Ana Paula Brito da Silva, Maria Áurea Lira Feitosa

Abstract


A COVID-19 é uma emergência de saúde pública de âmbito internacional. A cavidade bucal tem um importante papel na transmissão e patogenicidade do vírus. Esta revisão integrativa tem como objetivo fazer uma investigação das evidências científicas para responder se há relação entre higiene bucal e maior taxa de transmissibilidade ou agravamento da COVID-19. Foram utilizados como descritores: “COVID-19” ou “Coronavirus” e “Oral hygiene”, nas bases de dados LILACS/BVS e PUBMED. 10 artigos foram selecionados para o trabalho, de acordo com os critérios de inclusão adotados. Conforme os estudos analisados, há evidências de que a má higiene bucal tem um impacto na transmissibilidade e gravidade da COVID-19.


Keywords


COVID-19, Higiene Bucal, Transmissão de Doença Infecciosa, Exacerbação dos Sintomas

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34119/bjhrv4n3-127

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