Medically Compromised Patients 2011
Objectives and GoalsEach resident will be assigned one the following medical conditions (by the resident president). Please research your condition and present your findings with references. Include the following aspects in your report:
- basic physiology of the condition
- common medications used to treat the condition
- possible considerations, complications, or alterations in dental treatment and medication usage.
- treatment of medical emergency involving the condition
- Hypertension/history of MI, angina
- Liver disease
- Kidney disease (including dialysis)
- Osteoporosis/bisphosphonate patients
In addition, the following articles will be read/abstracted as usual.
- Be familiar with some of the more common medically compromising situations seen in practice
- Be more prepared to treat complications or emergencies
- Be more prepared to act as a source of information to your referring dentists
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All Malamed S. Back to basics; emergency medicine in dentistry. 1997. J ab 5 Cal DentAssoc. 25;4:285-94.
All Malamed S. Emergency medicine:beyond the basics. 1997. JADA ab 6 128:843-54.
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