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Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice

Download Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice written by Orrett E. Ogle, Harry Dym, Robert J. Weinstock in PDF format. This book is under the category Dentistry and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 867155698/9780867155693. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Orrett E. Ogle, Harry Dym, Robert J. Weinstock

publisher

Quintessence Pub Co; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

190 pages

language

English

isbn10

867155698

isbn13

9780867155693


Book Description

Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice (PDF) contains decision-making algorithms and step-by-step treatment guidelines that help medical students and dentists alike. The active use of preventive measures is invaluable in clinical practice; but the best way to ensure effective management of a medical emergency is to be prepared in advance. Practitioners and their entire dental staff must be ready to confront medical emergencies that may arise during treatment with sufficient medical knowledge to initiate appropriate primary treatment. This accessible manual addresses the most common medical emergencies encountered during dental treatment. Step-by-step treatment guidelines and decision-making algorithms outline the steps for immediate treatment and make this practical ebook an essential office manual.

book-author

Orrett E. Ogle, Harry Dym, Robert J. Weinstock

publisher

Quintessence Pub Co; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

190 pages

language

English

isbn10

867155698

isbn13

9780867155693

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Frontmatter……Page 2
Preface……Page 8
Acknowledgments……Page 9
Contributors……Page 10
Medical Assessment……Page 12
Risk Analysis……Page 16
Conclusion……Page 18
References……Page 19
Chapter 2: Essentials of an Emergency Kit……Page 20
Office Equipment……Page 21
Emergency Drugs……Page 22
Protocol Tips……Page 24
References……Page 25
Chapter 3: Respiratory Emergencies……Page 26
Foreign Body Obstruction……Page 27
Hyperventilation……Page 30
Asthma……Page 31
Respiratory Arrest……Page 33
References……Page 37
Chapter 4: Acute Chest Pain……Page 38
Differential Diagnosis……Page 39
Potentially Life-ThreateningCauses of Chest Pain……Page 40
Non–Life-ThreateningCauses of Chest Pain……Page 48
Management of AcuteChest Pain……Page 49
Emergency Response……Page 50
References……Page 52
Prevention……Page 55
Differential Diagnosis……Page 56
Management……Page 59
References……Page 61
Chapter 6: Allergy and Anaphylaxis……Page 62
Etiology, Immunogenesis,and Mediators……Page 63
Signs and Symptoms ofAllergic Reactions……Page 64
Signs and Symptomsof Anaphylactic andAnaphylactoid Reactions……Page 65
Management of Allergyand Anaphylaxis……Page 71
Prevention……Page 76
References……Page 77
Seizures and Epilepsy……Page 80
Stroke……Page 83
References……Page 87
Chapter 8: Nausea and Vomiting……Page 88
Causes……Page 89
Management of Nausea and Vomiting……Page 90
Conclusion……Page 94
References……Page 95
Chapter 9: Hemorrhagic Emergencies……Page 96
Intraoperative Bleeding……Page 97
Postoperative Bleeding……Page 104
Blood Transfusion……Page 105
Oral Bleeding……Page 107
Bleeding in Patients withCoagulation Defects……Page 110
References……Page 111
Overview of Pregnancy……Page 114
Hypotension……Page 115
Pain……Page 116
Diabetic Emergencies……Page 117
Eclampsia……Page 119
Asthma……Page 120
Conclusion……Page 121
References……Page 122
Physiology……Page 123
Hypertension……Page 124
Hypotension……Page 125
References……Page 128
TMJ Dislocation……Page 130
References……Page 135
Classification……Page 136
Pretreatment Assessment……Page 137
Management ofEmergencies……Page 138
References……Page 142
Chapter 14: Malignant Hyperthermia……Page 144
Epidemiology……Page 145
Management……Page 146
Conclusion……Page 149
References……Page 150
Chapter 15: Thyroid Crisis……Page 151
Hyperthyroidism……Page 152
Thyroid Crisis……Page 153
Atrial Fibrillation……Page 156
References……Page 157
Chapter 16: Local Anesthesia Emergencies……Page 158
Dosage……Page 159
Overdose Signs……Page 160
Overdose Treatment……Page 161
Other Emergencies……Page 163
References……Page 165
Steroid Hormones……Page 167
Adrenal Insufficiency……Page 168
Adrenal Crisis……Page 171
References……Page 173
Chapter 18: Basic Life Support……Page 175
Basic Life Support……Page 176
BLS Protocol in Adults……Page 177
BLS Protocol in Children……Page 180
Use of the AED in theDental Office……Page 183
References……Page 186
Index……Page 188

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