(BQ) Part 2 book "Emergency medicine procedure" presents the following contents: Skin and soft tissue procedures, neurologic and neurosurgical procedures, anesthesia and analgesia, obstetrical and gynecologic procedures, genitourinary procedures, ophthalmologic procedures, otolaryngologic procedures, dental procedures, podiatric procedures, miscellaneous procedures.
Pharmacology has undergone major intellectual changes in the recent years and has become
increasingly important to all medical, dental and other health professionals. The graduate
students of dentistry may have to handle medical emergency during various dental
procedures on the dental chair. Besides this, dentists have to look into various drug
associated interactions. The broad goal of teaching pharmacology to undergraduate
students is to inculcate rational and scientific basis of therapeutics keeping in view the
dental curriculum and profession.
Since the last issue on temporomandibular (TMD) disorders and orofacial
pain presented in the Dental Clinics of North America (April 1997), there
has been an explosion of scientific, technologic, and procedural advances in
this complex field. The amalgamation of the science with the art of dentistry
has resulted from an enhanced appreciation for and the ability to provide
evidence-based diagnosis and care.
Pain and compromised function are the most common reasons for which
people seek health care.
Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 32. Oral Manifestations of Disease
Oral Manifestations of Disease: Introduction
As primary care physicians and consultants, internists are often asked to evaluate patients with disease of the oral soft tissues, teeth, and pharynx. Knowledge of the oral milieu and its unique structures is necessary to guide preventive services and recognize oral manifestations of local or systemic disease (Chap. e7).
At a recent meeting of the American Academy of Esthetic
Dentistry a survey questioned whether aesthetic treatment
methods were ethical. The situation typical for that time
was used as basis for the survey: "Let's assume that the
patient is completely healthy and there are no biological or
physical reasons for a therapeutic intervention.
Accepted worldwide as one of the most important new areas in clinical dentistry, esthetic dentistry is undergoing constant expansion and advancement. Here is the first complete practitioner's guide to the field, with key techniques for improving, restoring, or rebuilding single teeth with a wide range of ceramic systems. Written by a renowned international team who has pioneered several of the techniques in use today, the book covers both basic principles and clinical and laboratory procedures, with dozens of case examples and before-and-after photographs....
This practical resource addresses a range of clinical problems in orthodontics and pediatric dentistry and provides a step-by-step guide to differential diagnosis and treatment planning. Emphasizing clinical-problem solving, it helps readers combine different dental procedures into a rational plan of treatment for patients who may have a number of different dental problems that require attention.
Antibiotic prophylaxis, if 100% effective, likely prevents only a small number of cases of endocarditis; nevertheless, it is possible that rare cases are prevented. Weighing the potential benefits, potential adverse events, and costs associated with antibiotic prophylaxis, the expert committee of the American Heart Association has dramatically restricted the recommendations for antibiotic prophylaxis. Prophylactic antibiotics (Table 118-7) are advised only for those patients at highest risk for severe morbidity or death from endocarditis (Table 1188).
This textbook could not have been produced without the
encouragement and help of many people. We thank our families
for their patience and support throughout the writing,
editing, and production. We were fortunate to have so many
quality colleagues to contribute many chapters in this work.
We hope that covering the many topics by worldwide authors
has given us a chance to present a thorough documentation
of the art and science of Equine Veterinary Dentistry.
We are indebted to the excellence and patience of the editing
and production staff of Harcourt Brace (W. B.
John McPeek is a co-author of the Complete Guide to a Business Policy & Procedure Manual. Mr. McPeek was also a co-author in the development the ISO 9000 Production & Documentation Manual. Mr. McPeek has over 18 years of operational management experience with both start-up and larger businesses.
He started as a CPA with McGladrey & Pullen, LLP, a leading CPA firm serving middle-market businesses. He then moved on to a few start-up medical and dental manufacturing companies serving in various capacities as Corporate Controller, Vice President of Finance and Operations, and President.
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Pain management procedures used by dental and maxillofacial surgeons: an investigation with special regard to odontalgia
Implant dentistry today focuses more on the patient’s
overall appearance than ever before, contributing not
only to enhanced social interaction but also to selfconfidence
and self-esteem. As a result, esthetic implantology
procedures are expected to become a more
integral part of modern dentistry, encompassing quality
of life along with routine functional establishment.
Oral health should be an integral part of prenatal care (1;2). Although we have known for a long time that oral health is important, some pregnant women are not receiving oral health care services (2;3). Prenatal care providers can play a crucial role in breaking down barriers to access and raising awareness about the importance of oral health.
Oral health professionals should be aware of hypertensive disorders because of increased risk of bleeding during procedures and should consult with the prenatal care provider before initiating dental procedures in women with uncontrolled severe hypertension. Blood pressure values of greater than or equal to 140/90 mmHg are considered mild hypertension and values greater than or equal to 160/110 mmHg are considered severe hypertension.
A Comparison of the Effects of the Latham–Millard POPLA Procedure with a Conservative Treatment Approach on Dental Occlusion and Facial Aesthetics in CUCLP and CBCLP
Samuel Berkowitz, Martha Mejia
One of the most widely debated areas in the treatment of cleft lip and palate involves the use of presurgical orthopedics and periosteoplasty with lip adhesion (POPLA) designed by Ralph Latham (orthodontist) and D. Ralph Millard, Jr. (plastic surgeon) [1, 2].
Since not all the dental discolorations can be bleached effectively, it is important to recognize the etiology of discoloration and to
communicate the information to the patient, along with the available treatment options, alternative treatment, and their potential
outcomes. Nonvital bleaching is indicated when the discoloration is due to pulpal necrosis, pulpal hemorrhage, endodontic filling
materials, or mild to moderate tetracycline staining.The most important prerequisite for internal bleaching of a tooth is the quality
of the endodontic therapy.
The vertebrae are the most common sites of hematogenous osteomyelitis in adults. Organisms reach the well-perfused vertebral body via spinal arteries and quickly spread from the end plate into the disk space and then to the adjacent vertebral body. Sources of bacteremia include the urinary tract (especially among men over age 50), dental abscesses, soft tissue infections, and contaminated IV lines, but the source of bacteremia is not evident in more than half of patients.
In November 1999, the Department of Dental Surgery at Chubu National Hospital,
National Institute of Longevity Science (Now: National Center for Geriatrics and
Gerontologyʣ, established the first oral care outpatient clinic in the nation. We have instructed
many people in methods of systematic oral care, and the service has earned a good reputation.
Infection control in health care continues to be the subject of intensive
research and debate.
Implementing safe and realistic infection control procedures requires the
full compliance of the whole dental team. These procedures should be
regularly monitored during clinical sessions and discussed at practice
meetings. The individual practitioner must ensure that all members of the
dental team understand and practice these procedures routinely.
Every practice must have a written infection control policy, which is
tailored to the routines of the individual practice and regularly updated.