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World Health Journal - Professionals On Line ISSNe: 2961-2020

Vol. 3 No. 2 (2022): World Health Journal (July - December) 2022
New submissions

World Health Journal (July - December) 2022

The World Health Journal, launched in June 2020. It is an academic and scientific publication edited and fully sponsored by Professionals On Line, Peru. This publication is focused on health sciences worldwide, and publishes original articles and papers related to medical sciences, epidemiology, and public health. The thematic focus of the journal favors original and unpublished articles in the area of public health, nutrition, health policies, social security, health statistics, health education, mental health, medical ethics, epidemiological surveillance, epidemiology, administration in health, health promotion, health systems and services, and the various approaches to evidence-based medicine and medical education. The Editorial Committee values in a special way the presentation of cases, and the approach of updating topics. The purpose of the Journal is to promote and disseminate research carried out in the Health sector at an international level.


Glenn Alberto Lozano Zanelly


Jessica Adanary Castañeda Zamora, Hebert Marín Silva, Marisel Roxana Valenzuela Ramos
02 - 06
Prevalence and types of allergy in patients with titanium implants
Francis Natalia Cardozo Guerrero, Yossetty Nicoll Santisteban, Marisel Roxana Valenzuela Ramos
07 - 11
Factors that influence the appearance of halitosis in children
Marlo Emerson Carranza Jara, Yosselin Nayely Huamán Estela, Astrid Abigail Ramos Calderón, María Carmen Vargas Ribasplata
12 - 17
Anterior crossbite in children – Literature review
José José Espinoza Plaza, Jimmy Ascanoa Olazo, Marisel Roxana Valenzuela Ramos
18 - 20
Use of panoramic radiography and computed tomography to prevent inferior alveolar nerve injury during impacted mandibular third molar surgery: Literature review
Anggie Infante Guevara, Ana Quiroz Ortega, Doraliza Rodriguez Torres, Marisel Roxana Valenzuela Ramos
21 - 27
Influence of low Socioeconomic level on the deficiency of dental brushing in school children