Cleft lip and palate care in the United Kingdom--the Clinical Standards Advisory Group (CSAG) Study. Part 4: outcome comparisons, training, and conclusions.

Abstract:

OBJECTIVE:A critical appraisal of cleft care in the United Kingdom. DESIGN:Retrospective comparative study. SETTING:All National Health Service cleft centers in the United Kingdom. PATIENTS/PARTICIPANTS:Children born with unilateral complete clefts of the lip and palate between April 1, 1982, and March 31, 1984 (12-year-olds), and April 1, 1989, and March 31, 1991 (5-year-olds). Newly appointed and senior cleft clinicians. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES:Skeletal pattern, dental arch relationship, success of alveolar bone grafting, dental health, facial appearance, oral health status, patient/parent satisfaction. CONCLUSIONS:This paper highlights the poor outcomes for the fragmented cleft care in the United Kingdom, compared with European centers. There is an urgent need for a review of structure, organization, and training.

authors

Bearn D,Mildinhall S,Murphy T,Murray JJ,Sell D,Shaw WC,Williams AC,Sandy JR

doi

10.1597/1545-1569_2001_038_0038_clapci_2.0.co_2

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Has Abstract

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2001-01-01 00:00:00

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38-43

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1

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1055-6656

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1545-1569

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38

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