Sabrin Ali Mohammed Azim
Azerbaijan Medical University
Sabrin Ali Mohammed Azim is a specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery. Specialised in such areas as trauma, cleft lip-palate, oncology, oral surgery and e.t.c. She has graduated from dentistry faculty, Azerbaijan Medical University in 2010. During that period she has written a scientific works and has participated in such university competition as: Student Scientific society, dentistry faculty 2007, 2009 2010 under the supervisor of the head of the department of oral and maxillofacial surgery prof.Rahimov Ch. . In 2012 she has finished her postgraduate program and became a specialist in oral and maxillofacial surgery. At the moment she continues her Ph.D program in oral and maxillofacial department in Azerbaijan Medical University and studies the quality of life in patients after cleft palate surgery under the supervisor prof. Yusubov Y.
Quality of life research provides patients and health-care providers with vital information about the impact that disease and its treatment has on physical, functional, social and emotional well-being. QoL outcomes are also being recognized as important prognostic variables, which help to predict which patients are most likely to benefit from treatment. Introduction: The quality of life is amorphous and multi- level concept and can vary in priority among people in different age group. Nowadays the quality of life is learned by many medical brances as therapy, surgery, oncology and etc.. We studied the quality of life in patients after cleft palate surgery. More than 200,000 children are born with cleft lip and palate each year, and the condition threatens both the life and livelihood of the child. Cleft may cause problems with feeding, ear disease, speech and socialization. Due to lack of suction, an infant with a cleft may have trouble feeding. But do all this problems finishes with surgical treatment? A cleft lip or palate can be successfully treated with surgery , especially so if conducted soon after birth or in early childhood. Most children who have their clefts repaired early enough are not able to have a happy youth and social life. Children who had a cleft palate repair need to see a dentist or orthodontist. The teeth may need to be corrected as they come in. We decided to study the patient who didn’t agree with our propose to be treated by orthodontist.And the patients who was treated by speech therapist and orthodontist.