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UNFINISHED ROOT CANAL AND RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES : A REVIEW AUTHOR SEQUENCE

ABSTRACT: Root canal treatments (RCTs) aim to eradicate pulpal diseases and save the infected teeth by eliminating microorganisms from the root canal system. Starting but not finishing an RCT can perpetuate a dead space for bacterial growth, which can spread to other sites in the body and develop systemic symptoms. Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) have a complex etiology determined by risk factors, which are in turn associated to a strong genetic …Read More

Abstract – UNFINISHED ROOT CANAL AND RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES : A REVIEW AUTHOR SEQUENCE

ABSTRACT: Root canal treatments (RCTs) aim to eradicate pulpal diseases and save the infected teeth by eliminating microorganisms from the root canal system. Starting but not finishing an RCT can perpetuate a dead space for bacterial growth, which can spread to other sites in the body and develop systemic symptoms. Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) have a complex etiology determined by risk factors, which are in turn associated to a strong genetic …Read More

PROSTHODONTIC MANAGEMENT OF GAGGING : A REVIEW

ABSTRACT: The gag reflex is a complex physiologic phenomenon. The problem compromises the quality of dental treatment and is a barrier to optimal patient care. The function of the reflex is protective in nature. When the reflex is abnormally active, the dentist may be presented with a bewildering and frustrating problem in various dental procedures, resulting in a strong potential for compromised treatment. The purpose of this paper is to …Read More

Abstract – PROSTHODONTIC MANAGEMENT OF GAGGING : A REVIEW

ABSTRACT: The gag reflex is a complex physiologic phenomenon. The problem compromises the quality of dental treatment and is a barrier to optimal patient care. The function of the reflex is protective in nature. When the reflex is abnormally active, the dentist may be presented with a bewildering and frustrating problem in various dental procedures, resulting in a strong potential for compromised treatment. The purpose of this paper is to …Read More

EMERGENCY CARE IN PATIENTS WITH HEAD AND NECK INJURIES

ABSTRACT: Trauma accounts for a significant proportion of annual mortality world-wide. Being the most exposed part of the body, face is more vulnerable to such injuries. Multimodal optimization of surgical care significantly improves patient’s physical and psychological function with reduced patient morbidity and mortality after surgical procedure. The physical examination begins with revaluation of the patient’s vital signs. If the patient’s vital signs are worsening or if there is a …Read More

Abstract – EMERGENCY CARE IN PATIENTS WITH HEAD AND NECK INJURIES

ABSTRACT: Trauma accounts for a significant proportion of annual mortality world-wide. Being the most exposed part of the body, face is more vulnerable to such injuries. Multimodal optimization of surgical care significantly improves patient’s physical and psychological function with reduced patient morbidity and mortality after surgical procedure. The physical examination begins with revaluation of the patient’s vital signs. If the patient’s vital signs are worsening or if there is a …Read More

UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS OF INFECTION CONTROL AGAINST BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS

ABSTRACT: Barrier precautions are a fundamental component of any blood borne pathogen strategy and a critical aspect of all isolation systems.  Many infections are transmitted from patient-to-patient via the hands of personnel and gloves and gowns are widely recommended to provide an extra measure of protection against cross-infection. Barrier precautions may also fail if infected patients are not identified promptly. Universal precautions were designed to protect personnel, not to provide …Read More

Abstract – UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS OF INFECTION CONTROL AGAINST BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS

ABSTRACT: Barrier precautions are a fundamental component of any blood borne pathogen strategy and a critical aspect of all isolation systems.  Many infections are transmitted from patient-to-patient via the hands of personnel and gloves and gowns are widely recommended to provide an extra measure of protection against cross-infection. Barrier precautions may also fail if infected patients are not identified promptly. Universal precautions were designed to protect personnel, not to provide …Read More

RENAL DISEASE AND ITS ORAL MANIFESTATIONS : REVIEW AND CASE REPORT

ABSTRACT: Chronic renal disease is a condition defined as the progressive and irreversible loss of renal function, leading to marked reduction in the glomerular filteration rate. This condition manifests oral consequences very frequently. About  90 % of the patients with renal failure have oral symptoms like dry mouth, mucosal pallor, stomatitis, uremic odor, change in taste, glow salivary flow. Moreover, candidiasis and recurrent herpes are more common in chronic renal …Read More

Abstract – RENAL DISEASE AND ITS ORAL MANIFESTATIONS : REVIEW AND CASE REPORT

ABSTRACT: Chronic renal disease is a condition defined as the progressive and irreversible loss of renal function, leading to marked reduction in the glomerular filteration rate. This condition manifests oral consequences very frequently. About  90 % of the patients with renal failure have oral symptoms like dry mouth, mucosal pallor, stomatitis, uremic odor, change in taste, glow salivary flow. Moreover, candidiasis and recurrent herpes are more common in chronic renal …Read More