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First aid in dentistry: status asthmaticus
12.08.2016 | Clinical international

First aid in dentistry: status asthmaticus

A huge number of patients attends dental clinics every day. Thus, some patients do not inform dentists about some diseases like asthma. What you should do if your patient will have asthma attack during dental treatment? Should you provide first aid or wait for the ambulance? Read useful tips for such cases in the article below.

Status asthmaticus is usually accompanied by total bronchial obstru

First aid in dentistry: myocardial ischemia
01.08.2016 | Clinical international

First aid in dentistry: myocardial ischemia

A visit to dentists is often associated with stress and unpleasant memories for many patients. In addition, some patients may have weak heart. For this reason, dentists should know how to provide first aid to patients with myocardial ischemia.  

It is known that myocardial ischemia is characterized with anginal attack, which occurs in case of lack of oxygen in myocard. However, significant defi

Diabetes Mellitus and Dental Implantation
26.07.2016 | Clinical international

Diabetes Mellitus and Dental Implantation

Today dental implantation is considered to be an integral part of dental practice. However, despite the attractiveness of this procedure it has a number of absolute and relative contraindications​.

The most common issue in dental implantology is patients with diabetes mellitus .

However, with improved dental implantation techniques and achievements in endocrinology there is an opportunity t

First aid in dental office: hypertensive crisis
25.07.2016 | Clinical international

First aid in dental office: hypertensive crisis

Many patients come to the dental office each day. All of them have different clinical history, including hypertonia. Therefore, it is not impossible that one of patients could have hypertensive crisis during dental treatment. What should you do? Can you provide first aid in such case?

Hypertensive disease is a special disease that result in high blood pressure and cerebral disorders of vascular

First aid in dental office: allergic reactions Part 2
15.07.2016 | Clinical international

First aid in dental office: allergic reactions Part 2

Anaphylactic shock

Anaphylactic shock is a special reaction of a human organism toward allergen. This reaction leads to negative changes in endocrine and cardiovascular systems.

During dental care procedures, it is important to remember that chronic stress, physical activity, and beta-blockers of adrenaline can only exacerbate anaphylaxis. The patients who suffer from congestive heart failur

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